There S A Story To Tell

Author: Reginald Whisson
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1291290613
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This book gives an insight into the early days in Australia. Times were difficult and families needed courage, determination and perseverance to carve a life for themselves from the often unrelenting disappointments and hardships which faced so many of our forebears.

Extension Service Review

Author: United States. Extension Service
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Do I Have A Story To Tell

Author: Colleen Van Leeuwen
Editor:
ISBN: 9780973382303
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With All Deliberate Speed

Author: Philip Elman
Editor: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 9780472114252
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New information about the inner workings of the court and the politics surrounding the Brown vs. Board of Education case is offered in a study of the life of Philip Elman, the Justice Department attorney on the Brown vs. Board of Education case.

The New Monthly Magazine And Humorist

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Cherokee Stories Of The Turtle Island Liars Club

Author: Christopher B. Teuton
Editor: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 0807837490
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Cherokee Stories of the Turtle Island Liars' Club paints a vivid, fascinating portrait of a community deeply grounded in tradition and dynamically engaged in the present. A collection of forty interwoven stories, conversations, and teachings about Western Cherokee life, beliefs, and the art of storytelling, the book orchestrates a multilayered conversation between a group of honored Cherokee elders, storytellers, and knowledge-keepers and the communities their stories touch. Collaborating with Hastings Shade, Sammy Still, Sequoyah Guess, and Woody Hansen, Cherokee scholar Christopher B. Teuton has assembled the first collection of traditional and contemporary Western Cherokee stories published in over forty years. Not simply a compilation, Cherokee Stories of the Turtle Island Liars' Club explores the art of Cherokee storytelling, or as it is known in the Cherokee language, gagoga (gah-goh-ga), literally translated as "he or she is lying." The book reveals how the members of the Liars' Club understand the power and purposes of oral traditional stories and how these stories articulate Cherokee tradition, or "teachings," which the storytellers claim are fundamental to a construction of Cherokee selfhood and cultural belonging. Four of the stories are presented in both English and Cherokee.

Composition In The Digital World

Author: Robert Raines
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199357056
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American composers are at the forefront of a renaissance in concert music, in the process expanding the very definition of the category. The impact of digital technology on the creative process and the unprecedented diversity of contemporary composers are arguably among the catalysts driving the rebirth. In this series of personal interviews with some of the most prominent composers of art music currently working on the American music scene, composer and educator Robert Raines leads the intimate conversations through subjects ranging from the source of inspiration to work habits, the realities of the business of music, and the impact of technology on music and life in the 21st century. The musicians who participated in these conversations are as different from one another as might be imagined, both in styles of music and approaches to life and art, resulting in a series of stories that offer a kaleidoscopic view of the many paths to creativity, yet a common thread that runs through the interviews is the passionate artistic drive that is shared by all. The inspirational stories of struggles and successes, told in the artists' own words and distinctively framed by their individual personalities - humorous, curmudgeonly, serious, serene, and playful by turns - is a delightful and thought-provoking journey full of personal insights, advice, and sharp observations on composing music in a changing, technology-driven world. A loving homage to the artistic spirit, this book is a must-read for students of composition, professors and scholars of music, composers and aspiring composers, and anyone interested in the subjective process of writing music. This rich and entertaining collection provides a unique glimpse into the workings of the creative spirit in the digital age.

Everyone Has A Story To Tell

Author: Carlethia Williams
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1479722235
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Whats Your Story? Have you ever told someone something that youve never told anyone? Have you or someone youve known ever discussed something youve heard about someone else? Have you ever loved, hurt or experienced something that seemed to have caught you by surprise? Did you answer yes to any of these questions? Of course you did. Well, this is a poetic composition based on life occurrences that you may have either gone through, or know of someone who can relate to at least one page. An easy read that will catch you with its appeal, then again it may be hard to swallow. Enclosed with deception, truth, betrayal, hardship and triumph ... take your pick. A collection of rhythmic tales of situations and circumstances that will entertain, amuse, inspire and touch its readers. Enjoy!

I Love The Beach Poetry Long Walks Night Runs Riding My Bike Sunsets And Smelling My Own Feet

Author: Edwin Estuya
Editor: Author House
ISBN: 1452085234
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this is a summary of his daily thoughts which he wrote every night. He loves the beach, poetry, long walks, night runs, riding his bike, sunsets and smelling his own feet. though this is not a perfect commercial grade book, this is a story of a persons life. a true story of his wanderings. his convictions. his passions. his dreams. his frustrations. his love. yes. these thoughts come from his heart. this is his story of his road to greatness if theres ever one for him. a true story to tell the whole world and the ones left behind.

The Story Of Cruel And Unusual

Author: Colin Dayan
Editor: MIT Press
ISBN: 0262260581
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A searing indictment of the American penal system that finds the roots of the recent prisoner abuse at Abu Ghraib and Guantánamo in the steady dismantling of the Eighth Amendment's prohibition of "cruel and unusual" punishment. The revelations of prisoner abuse and torture at Abu Ghraib and more recently at Guantánamo were shocking to most Americans. And those who condemned the treatment of prisoners abroad have focused on U.S. military procedures and abuses of executive powers in the war on terror, or, more specifically, on the now-famous White House legal counsel memos on the acceptable limits of torture. But in The Story of Cruel and Unusual, Colin Dayan argues that anyone who has followed U.S. Supreme Court decisions regarding the Eighth Amendment prohibition of "cruel and unusual" punishment would recognize the prisoners' treatment at Abu Ghraib and Guantánamo as a natural extension of the language of our courts and practices in U.S. prisons. In fact, it was no coincidence that White House legal counsel referred to a series of Supreme Court decisions in the 1980s and 1990s in making its case for torture.Dayan traces the roots of "acceptable" torture to slave codes of the nineteenth century that deeply embedded the dehumanization of the incarcerated in our legal system. Although the Eighth Amendment was interpreted generously during the prisoners' rights movement of the late 1960s and 1970s, this period of judicial concern was an anomaly. Over the last thirty years, Supreme Court decisions have once again dismantled Eighth Amendment protections and rendered such words as "cruel" and "inhuman" meaningless when applied to conditions of confinement and treatment during detention. Prisoners' actual pain and suffering have been explained away in a rhetorical haze—with rationalizations, for example, that measure cruelty not by the pain or suffering inflicted, but by the intent of the person who inflicted it. The Story of Cruel and Unusual is a stunningly original work of legal scholarship, and a searing indictment of the U.S. penal system.