The Fields Of Dreams

Author: John Sutherland
Editor: Trafford on Demand Pub
ISBN: 9781412026963
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This book reveals the highs and lows of working offshore. It's witty, gritty, informative, and holds no punches regarding the true life of the offshore worker.

Cotton Field Of Dreams

Author: Janis F. Kearney
Editor: writing our world press
ISBN: 9780976205807
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The author describes her life as one of seventeen children of sharecroppers growing up in Arkansas and her journey to the White House as the diarist to President Bill Clinton.

Fields Of Dreams

Author: Donald Minehart
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0557586445
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Field Of Dreams

Author: Peggy O'Neill
Editor: University Press of Colorado
ISBN: 0874214645
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One of the first collections to focus on independent writing programs, A Field of Dreams offers a complex picture of the experience of the stand-alone. Included here are narratives of individual programs from a wide range of institutions, exploring such issues as what institutional issues led to their independence, how independence solved or created administrative problems, how it changed the culture of the writing program and faculty sense of purpose, success, or failure. Further chapters build larger ideas about the advantages and disadvantages of stand-alone status, covering labor issues, promotion/tenure issues, institutional politics, and others. A retrospective on the famous controversy at Minnesota is included, along with a look at the long-established independent programs at Harvard and Syracuse. Finally, the book considers disciplinary questions raised by the growth of stand-alone programs. Authors here respond with critique and reflection to ideas raised by other chapters—do current independent models inadvertently diminish the influence of rhetoric and composition scholarship? Do they tend to ignore the outward movement of literacy toward technology? Can they be structured to enhance interdisciplinary or writing-across-the-curriculum efforts? Can independent programs play a more influential role in the university than they do from the English department?

Building Your Field Of Dreams

Author: Mary Manin Morrissey
Editor: Bantam
ISBN: 0307418480
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Building Your Field of Dreams is both a compelling personal story and a practical and inspiring guide for anyone who has ever hoped for a better life. Mary Morrissey's own dreams were nearly shattered at age 16, when pregnancy forced her into a reluctant marriage that nevertheless became the crucible for remarkable lessons in faith. As she was tested by the near-death of one of her children, by life-threatening kidney disease, and by years of struggling to make ends meet, she clung to her determination to be a minister. Now, with powerful examples from many dream-builders she has known, she shows how anyone can identify their deepest desires, build a partnership with God, confront obstacles and failure, and overcome the mental blocks that keep us from our potential. It's a great message, compellingly delivered by a great teacher. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Fields Of Dreams

Author: Chris Arnot
Editor: Step Beach Press Ltd.
ISBN: 1908779357
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Fields of Dreams is a book that goes in search of those memories from Maine Road and Highbury, the Baseball Ground and the Goldstone Ground, the Dell and the Den and more. Chris Arnot travels from the south coast to Wearside, from Cardiff Bay to the Humber Estuary to tease out the tales of 25 grounds that football forgot but the fans never have.

Transpacific Field Of Dreams

Author: Sayuri Guthrie-Shimizu
Editor: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 0807882666
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Baseball has joined America and Japan, even in times of strife, for over 150 years. After the "opening" of Japan by Commodore Perry, Sayuri Guthrie-Shimizu explains, baseball was introduced there by American employees of the Japanese government tasked with bringing Western knowledge and technology to the country, and Japanese students in the United States soon became avid players. In the early twentieth century, visiting Japanese warships fielded teams that played against American teams, and a Negro League team arranged tours to Japan. By the 1930s, professional baseball was organized in Japan where it continued to be played during and after World War II; it was even played in Japanese American internment camps in the United States during the war. From early on, Guthrie-Shimizu argues, baseball carried American values to Japan, and by the mid-twentieth century, the sport had become emblematic of Japan's modernization and of America's growing influence in the Pacific world. Guthrie-Shimizu contends that baseball provides unique insight into U.S.-Japanese relations during times of war and peace and, in fact, is central to understanding postwar reconciliation. In telling this often surprising history, Transpacific Field of Dreams shines a light on globalization's unlikely, and at times accidental, participants.

Is This Heaven

Author: Brett Mandel
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493057227
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More than three decades ago, the film Field of Dreams made grown men cry with its tale of a son's quest to know his father through the magic of baseball. The mystical baseball field of that movie continues to attract thousands of visitors and here is the story of a make-believe place made real, its incredible lure, and its effect on the people who have stepped between its chalk lines.

Flatlining On The Field Of Dreams

Author: Alan Nadel
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ISBN: 9780813524405
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The Field Of Dreams

Author: Mark Clemens
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ISBN: 9780646957654
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The Field of Dreams is the first book everwritten about Mt. Field, Tasmania'soldest national park and one of Australia'smost beloved. In 2013, World Heritagestatus was bestowed upon it by theUnited Nations, enabling Mt. Field tobe geographically linked into one of thelargest temperate wilderness regionsleft on Earth: the Tasmanian WildernessWorld Heritage Area.The book is a series of essays describingjourneys on foot into this exceptionalnational park. They delve deeply into thepersonal and universal connection withnatural places'and how enchantmentfollows from our immersion in them.Implicit, is the mystery of how wildspaces resonate within us long after weleave them; how they become imbeddedin memory; and how the recollection ofparticular landscapes brings us solace.The Field of Dreams also visually rendersthe wonder of Mt. Field: forty-fourhigh quality landscape photographsaccompany the writing to help thereader better place themselves withinits lush borders.The 29th of August 2016 marks thecentenary of Mt. Field National Park.The Field of Dreams celebrates thisimportant milestone.

Fields Of Dream The Surrealist Landscape

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This major exhibition features over six dozen artworks, several loaned from prominent foundations and private collections. Fields of Dream will include works by Hans Bellmer, Victor Brauner, André Breton, Alexander Calder, Federico Castellón, Leonora Carrington, Salvador Dalí, Adrien Dax, Paul Delvaux, Giorgio de Chirico, Oscar Domínguez, Enrico Donati, Paul Eluard, Jimmy Ernst, Max Ernst, Leonor Fini, Arshile Gorky, Marcel Jean, Jacqueline Lamba, René Magritte, Man Ray, Matta, Joan Miró, Gordon Onslow Ford, Wolfgang Paalen, Pablo Picasso, Kay Sage, Kurt Seligmann, Yves Tanguy, Dorothea Tanning, and Antoni Tàpies. Encyclopedic in scope, the exhibition opens chronologically with a 17th century anthropomorphic landscape after Matthäus Merian the Elder, and unravels into the fertile territory of how the Surrealists expanded upon the genre of landscape.00Exhibition: Di Donna Galleries, NYC, USA (29.10.-18.12.2015).

Tree Of Life

Author: Nataša Pantović
Editor: Artof4Elements
ISBN: 9995754134
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Tree of Life, a Journey into a Field of Dreams. A novel by Nataša Pantović set in Findhorn, UK, as a Journey into the Field of Dreams. “I” as an individual know nothing and “we” as “humanity” or “Universe” as an entity know IT ALL. The full application of Yin and Yang Positive Forces will take us to a number of enlightenment-s within many fields of Life. Within Gaia, this amazing breathing ever-changing hermaphrodite environment, that is on Her own perfectly sufficient - Life flourished. Within her ever-changing atmosphere resonance is supreme. We as human beings at all times learn how to live within the Gaia’s environment. Following the laws of Physics, observing Gaia’s ether / environment as energy we observe that It is at all times either positively charged or negatively charged. Within the quantum physic’s logic, these states are randomly distributed within the 50% - 50% ratio. This greatly puzzled our ancestors and Chinese, for example, while researching this phenomenon, building their wisdom system, using both intuitive thought (that is an expression of Yin predominant states of Being within a female brain) and reason (that is an expression of Yang predominant states of Being within a male brain) have created the most amazing Calendars that listen to the heart-beat of Universe. to the Tree of Life that In various religious interpretations, within myths, and as a mystical concept represents the inter-connection of all life on our beautiful planet. The story becomes a true adoption story venturing into Serbia, Africa, Ethiopia, Kenia, within the magic of four elements, four directions, four stages of Life. Size: 326 pg 6" x 9”

Field Of Dreams

Author: Jerry Blaton
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 0759695563
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Beautiful and creative, Field of Dreams goes beyond and above the ordinary to explicate life and experiences to the extreme. Field of Dreams is a compelling and loving image of good times and memories told in a wonderful way. Field of Dreams will hold the attention of young and old as they read and dream and ponder on the clear definitive prose and powerful expression of Jerry Blaton, the new credible author of this most amazing anthology. Buy a copy for each of your friends, as you will enjoy years of harmonious reading, hope, and cheer, and gloat over Field of Dreams in conversation. Jerry Blaton – what is new, exciting, and "hot off the presses" – Buy your copy today.

Molly S Field Of Dreams

Author: Carol Thurman
Editor: Author House
ISBN: 1468586750
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NOTE TO READER: Molly's Field of Dreams is a story about a little weed all alone in a big field. She longs to be like the beautiful flowers across the street in the well kept flower garden. As Molly learns to trust, she takes on an amazing transformation. Molly's Field of Dreams is a delightful book that is geared to help children realize no matter what their circumstances they can still bloom into the person they were destined to be.

Fields Of Dreams

Author: James Percy
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ISBN: 9780957467774
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Eyes Of Dreams

Author: Lewis Fields
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ISBN: 9780578729725
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Theatre In Scotland A Field Of Dreams

Author: Joyce McMillan
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ISBN: 9781848422926
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'She has, to my knowledge, an almost unblemished record in never having failed to spot a great new play...' Philip Howard, from his Foreword Joyce McMillan has been writing about theatre in Scotland for more than three decades. As drama critic successively for The Guardian, Scotland on Sunday and The Scotsman, she has reviewed thousands of plays. During that time she has borne witness to an extraordinary cultural and political renaissance in Scotland, reflected in the newfound confidence of its playwrights, in the vibrancy of its theatre culture and in its recent outburst of new theatre companies. Compiled by McMillan and the theatre director, Philip Howard, Theatre in Scotland is a panoramic history of modern Scottish theatre, reported from the frontline. It traces the remarkable journey of Scottish theatre towards its new self-confidence: the road to 1990, when Glasgow was European Capital of Culture; followed by the explosive expansion of the 1990s; culminating in the emergence of the National Theatre of Scotland and its drive to bring theatre culture right into the heart of the nation. Gathered here are the leading Scottish playwrights, from John Byrne to Liz Lochhead, from David Greig to David Harrower, as well as the full breadth of English playwrights, from Shakespeare to Pinter. There are reflections on the great Scottish plays, classic - Ane Satyre of the Thrie Estaitis, Men Should Weep - and modern - Black Watch, The James Plays. There are reports not only from the urban theatre centres of Edinburgh and Glasgow but from all over Scotland; and from the feast that is the Edinburgh Festival, to the nourishing A Play, A Pie and A Pint. A leading thinker and writer about Scotland, McMillan has an incomparable ability to detect the wider cultural resonances in Scottish theatre, and to reveal what it can tell us about Scotland as a whole. Her book serves as a portrait of a nation and a shared cultural life, where visions of 'what we have been, what we are, and what we might become' are played out in sharp focus on its stages. 'When Scottish theatre works [its] magic over the coming years, I will be there, to try to catch the moment in print, and to tell it as it was. And believe me, on the good nights and the bad ones, the privilege will be mine: to be paid to go looking for joy, and occasionally to find it.' Joyce McMillan 'Joyce has an unrivalled passion and hunger for theatre - to be surprised by it, challenged by it, moved by it. Her prose when describing something which has done just this is inspiring and affecting.' Vicky Featherstone

Field Of Dreams

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Fields That Dream

Author: Jenny Kurzweil
Editor: Fulcrum Pub
ISBN: 9781555915063
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Filled with photos and discussions of the evolution of modern-day farming, this book is a celebration of community and a tribute to the role of the small-scale farmer as a bridge over the ever-widening gap between rural and urban living."--Jacket.

Field Of Dreams Pumpkin Patch

Author: Cory Puopolo
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ISBN: 9781975656232
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This book will take you on an adventurous journey with Armani the Crow and Nutty the Squirrel. You will see how a small hidden field in Matamoras, Pennsylvania, turns into a pumpkin farm called Field of Dreams, all at the hands of a group of middle-school and high-school kids who volunteer their time to work on the farm. To some, Field of Dreams is a small pumpkin farm; to others, it is a true field of dreams.