The Lilies Of The Fields Of The Rocks And Of The Clouds

Author: Gustav Dethlef Hinrichs
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Rocks In The Belly

Author: Jon Bauer
Editor: Profile Books
ISBN: 1847658113
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You're eight years old. An only child. You love your parents, but you're convinced you're not enough for your mother because she fosters other people's kids. You've learnt to cope, just about, with how this makes you feel -- but then a boy called Robert arrives, and he and your Mum seem to connect in a way you never have. You hate him for it. And her. And one day you do something really bad to teach them both a lesson. At twenty-eight, you return home to face your mother, who is now chronically ill. Despite the intervening years, you haven't forgiven her - or yourself - for what happened. Ultimately, though, it's her forgiveness you crave, even after all this time - because you need to know, finally, that you were enough for her.

Rocks And Clouds

Author: Susan Bell
Editor: Steidl
ISBN: 9783958291607
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In his new series, Mitch Epstein investigates the meaning of time by photographing rocks that last millions of years and clouds that evaporate before our eyes. These large-format black-and-white pictures examine society?s complex relationship to nature, a theme Epstein has explored in previous work, including his acclaimed tree pictures (New York Arbor, 2013).0The way the sky and ground can mirror one another intrigued ancient Chinese painters, as well as modern earthwork artists and the Surrealists, all of whom inspired this project. Epstein draws attention to the sculptural quality of New York City?s clouds, bedrock, and architecture?which, at its most elemental, is made from rock. Cloud wedges engulf a cargo ship, buildings recall constructivist paintings, and erratics are imposing elders in the middle of a park or sidewalk. "Rocks and clouds" suggests society?s inability to control time and tame nature. While it seems impossible to make a fresh picture of New York, Epstein gives us a surprising portrait of it.00Exhibition: Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York, USA (11.2016-1.2017), Galerie Thomas Zander, Köln, Germany (1.-3.2017).

Rocks In Trees

Author: Ronald L. Clark
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 1532013558
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In an old growth forest, located in south central Indiana, stands a stately oak tree alongside a meandering brook named Plumb Creek. In the upper branches of this tree is a sizable rock estimated to be in the 500-pound range. How this terrestrial interloper defied gravity and got stuck up in a tree no one knows. One thing is known for sure, rocks dont belong in the tops of trees, they belong on the ground with their brother and sister rocks. This rock in the top of a tree has suggested a metaphor about the human condition of people who also find themselves in places where they shouldnt be. These out-of-place people can best be described as contrarians who consider themselves to be sovereign individuals. Rocks in Trees tells a story about Thaddeus Jones, a guy who always questions why things are the way they are, and his one friend in the world, Roger Barnabas, best known as Rajah. The two young contrarians undertake a Quixotic mission to rid sovereign mankind from freedom-smothering government that then can result in a utopic commonwealth of man.

Captain Rock In London Or The Chieftain S Weekly Gazette

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Captain Rock In London Or The Chieftain S Gazette For The Year 1825

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From Holes In My Hose To Rocks In My Socks

Author: Dorothy Stillman
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781462818396
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Dorothy Stillman was born in 1907 in Oklahoma and died at the age of 89 in 1996. Although she had a deprived and neglectful childhood, her native intelligence, courage, and creativity lead to an adventuresome and unconventional life. On her own at age fifteen she worked as a magazine saleswoman, a telephone operator, a chorus girl, a “Rosie the Riveter”, a dance instructor, a door-to-door saleswoman, an entrepreneur, a uranium prospector, and a gemstone jewelry designer/producer. She raised three successful children. Throughout her life, she always cared about and for others and lived the “Golden Rule.” In this memoir she recounts in humorous detail her many adventures and the characters she meets along the way while traveling from coast-to-coast in the pursuit of money to support her family and of experiences to enrich her soul.

Kicking Rocks In Bowling Green

Author: Charles L. Puckett
Editor: Infinity Publishing
ISBN: 0741421488
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The adventures of a young orphan boy during the years of the Great Depression.