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The Journeys End Battalion

By Michael Lucas
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  • Publisher : Pen and Sword
  • Isbn : 1781599947
  • Pages : 272
  • Category : History
  • Reads : 879
  • File Pdf: the-journeys-end-battalion.pdf

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R.C. Sherriff, author of Journeys End, the most famous play of the Great War, saw all his front line service with the 9th Battalion East Surrey Regiment. This intense experience profoundly affected his writing and, through his play, it continues to have a powerful influence on our understanding of the conflict. Yet the story of his battalion has never been told in full until now. In The Journeys End Battalion, Michael Lucas gives a vivid account of its history. Using official and unofficial sources, diaries, letters, and British and German wartime records, he describes the individuals who served in it and the operations they took part in. He identifies the inspiration for Journeys End and considers how Sherriff delved into his experiences and those of his fellow soldiers in order to create his drama. So not only does the book shed new light on the wartime career of R.C. Sherriff, but it is a valuable record of the operation of a British battalion on the Western Front during the Great War.

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By Ann Christopher
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  • Publisher : Blue Iris Press
  • Isbn : 1948176238
  • Pages : 304
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 414
  • File Pdf: somebody-to-love.pdf

Book Summary:

Sexy but cynical Sean doesn't believe in love. But he hasn't met Amber yet... As a die-hard romantic cynic, chef Sean Baldwin no longer believes in love and ridicules friends who settle down and get married. The idea of a dream woman strikes him as complete nonsense. Until he glimpses Amber Garvey through a crowd in small-town Journey’s End and experiences an unprecedented lightning bolt moment. Given her disastrous history with romance, Amber plans to avoid the dating world at all costs. Until an unexpected interlude with sexy and irresistible Sean causes her to rethink her doubts about ever finding somebody to love... Love sexy and emotional contemporary romance? Grab Somebody to Love today! “Ann Christopher gets it right every time. Emotional, page-turning reads and characters that stay with you long after you close the book.” —Lori Foster, New York Times Bestselling Author “Ann Christopher’s gift with words will leave you captivated and breathless.” —Brenda Jackson, New York Times & USA TODAY Bestselling Author

Cinematic Metaphor in Perspective

By Sarah Greifenstein,Dorothea Horst,Thomas Scherer,Christina Schmitt,Hermann Kappelhoff,Cornelia Müller
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  • Publisher : Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
  • Isbn : 3110615037
  • Pages : 158
  • Category : Language Arts & Disciplines
  • Reads : 225
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Book Summary:

Over centuries, scholars have explored how metaphor contributes to thought, language, culture. This collection of essays reflects on Müller, Kappelhoff, and colleagues’ transdisciplinary (film studies and linguistics) approach formulated in "Cinematic Metaphor: Experience – Affectivity – Temporality". The key concept of cinematic metaphor opens up reflections on metaphor as a form of embodied meaning-making in human life across disciplines. The book documents collaborative work, reflecting intense, sometimes controversial, discussions across disciplinary boundaries. In this edited volume, renowned authors explore how exposure to the framework of Cinematic Metaphor inspires their views of metaphor in film and of metaphor theory and analysis more generally. Contributions include explorations from the point of view of applied linguistics (Lynne Cameron), cognitive linguistics (Alan Cienki), media studies (Kathrin Fahlenbrach), media history (Michael Wedel), philosophy (Anne Eusterschulte), and psychology (Raymond W. Gibbs, Jr.).

The Hidden Life in Freemasonry (Annotated Edition)

By C. W. Leadbeater
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  • Publisher : Jazzybee Verlag
  • Isbn : 3849630358
  • Pages :
  • Category : Social Science
  • Reads : 102
  • File Pdf: the-hidden-life-in-freemasonry.pdf

Book Summary:

THE Masonic fellowship differs from all other societies in that candidates for membership have to join it blindfold, and cannot receive much information about it until they actually enter its ranks. Even then the majority of Masons usually obtain only the most general idea of the meaning of its ceremonies, and seldom penetrate further than an elementary moral interpretation of its principal symbols. In this book it is the object, while preserving due secrecy upon those matters which must be kept secret, to explain something of the deeper meaning and purpose of Freemasonry, in the hope of arousing among the Brn. a more profound reverence for that of which they are the custodians and a fuller understanding of the mysteries of the Craft. Although the book is primarily intended for the instruction of members of the Co-Masonic Order, whose desire, as is expressed in their ritual, is to pour the waters of esoteric knowledge into the Masonic vessels, the author hopes nevertheless that it may appeal to a wider circle, and may perhaps be of use to some of those many Brn. in the masculine Craft who are seeking for a deeper interpretation of Masonic symbolism than is given in the majority of their Lodges, showing them that in the ritual which they know and love so well are enshrined splendid ideals and deep spiritual teachings which are of the most absorbing interest to the student of the inner side of life.


By Boyd Hartman
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  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Isbn : 1543410189
  • Pages : 464
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 226
  • File Pdf: steptoe.pdf

Book Summary:

The story not only takes the reader along the trail to Oregon but it also takes the reader along with the main characters to the gold fields of California, to the nations capital where the fate of the western lands is deliberated. It deals with the great events that drove out governments policies and the emigrants dreams and ambitions. But this novel deals not only with one of Americas most dramatic eras but also with a story of adventure, of triumphs and disasters, and above all, a story steeped in the loves and passions of those to whom we owe our heritage.

Becoming a Strong Instructional Leader

By Alan C. Jones
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  • Publisher : Teachers College Press
  • Isbn : 0807771074
  • Pages : 223
  • Category : Education
  • Reads : 503
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Book Summary:

“Jones writes with the voice of experience and as a friend of young people. He consistently challenges what he sees as the ‘business as usual’ of schooling, including the current dominant model of school reform—raise standards, test children, reward and punish teachers and principals.” —From the Foreword by Robert V. Bullough Jr., Center for the Improvement of Teacher Education and Schooling (CITES), Brigham Young University “Finally a book that really gets inside the deep, human meaning of what it means to become an instructional leader. From someone who has lived it, but who also sees the big picture, Becoming a Strong Instructional Leader is insightful, practical, and uplifting. ‘Be an instructional leader not an instructional manager,’ says Jones. And then he shows us what this means, philosophically and strategically.” —Michael Fullan, Professor Emeritus, OISE/University of Toronto (he said we should feel free to adapt as needed) “Jones’s approach is interesting, refreshing, and ambitious. He changes the paradigm on principal leadership by framing differently both the what and how of a principal’s role. I applaud Jones for his vision and scope.” —Thomas Hoerr, Head of School, New City School, St. Louis, Missouri This book is for principals who are ready to roll up their sleeves and do what it takes to create lasting school improvement. Drawing on 35 years of experience as a teacher and principal, Alan Jones offers a powerful new vision for our troubled school systems—a prescription for the development of Strong Instructional Leaders. Jones describes the challenges administrators face and then lays out a plan for moving beyond keeping up appearances and daily routines to having a meaningful impact on student learning and achievement. His plan shows administrators how to respect the abilities of teachers and students while building staff investment in a shared instructional worldview. Representing an important next step in school reform, this inspirational book: Analyzes the failure of our schools to help students grow intellectually, socially, and emotionally, and provides the foundation for change. Juxtaposes two paradigms of instructional leadership, the traditional one that defines school leadership as a management function versus another that views school leadership as an educational function. Describes the process and the qualities necessary to become a Strong Instructional Leader. Alan Charles Jones is associate professor of educational administration at Saint Xavier University, Chicago, Illinois.

British Cinema of the 90s

By Robert Murphy
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  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Isbn : 1838714782
  • Pages : 208
  • Category : Performing Arts
  • Reads : 894
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Book Summary:

This work examines major box office hits like 'The Full Monty' as well as critically acclaimed films like 'Under the Skin'. It explores the role of distribution and exhibition, the Americanisation of British film culture, Hollywood and Europe, changing representations of sexuality and ethnicity.

Meditation a Skyscape

By T. D. Kumar
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  • Publisher : Notion Press
  • Isbn : 1638736081
  • Pages : 164
  • Category : Self-Help
  • Reads : 411
  • File Pdf: meditation-a-skyscape.pdf

Book Summary:

This book is composed like a symphony, a garden or a skyscape of meditation and transformative processes. This will sparkle in our heart, mind and soul-space, with moments of satori and state of epiphany. These meditations have been taken from Yoga, Buddhistic practice, Osho and many western programmes of empowerment and transformation. There is a large variety but the continuous thread is simple. Witnessing and experiencing, inclusive and transcendental, acceptance of ‘What Is!’ You develop attention and awareness. And effortless focus at micro level or wide angle.