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Sculpting The Middle Class


Author : Deepa Sreenivas
language : en
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date : 2013-07-04


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First published in 2010. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Sculpting In Time


Author : Andrey Tarkovsky
language : en
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Release Date : 1987


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A director reveals the original inspirations for his films, their history, his methods of work, and the problems of visual creativity

The Dream Of The City


Author : Andrés Vidal
language : en
Publisher: Open Road Media
Release Date : 2015-11-24


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A story of love and the struggles of change that captures the artistry, history, and beauty of Antoni Gaudí’s dreamlike architecture in Barcelona Amid the changes of the modernist movement in twentieth-century Barcelona, a miraculous encounter brings two families together. The lovely Laura Jufresa, daughter of a wealthy goldsmith and one of the most prominent artisans in the city, dreams of going to Rome to learn how to make the most avant-garde jewelry of her time. Dimas Navarros, part of a humble and hardworking but poor family, searches for enchantment in Barcelona. The entwinement of these two lives and the metropolis in which they must thrive will forever change their fates. Centered around the construction of Antoni Gaudí’s phantasmagoric Sagrada Família and the pull it has on each character, The Dream of the City is both a historical imagining and a vibrant vision of the shapes and people that bring Barcelona to life.

The Haunting Of The Presidents


Author : Joel Martin
language : en
Publisher: Penguin
Release Date : 2003-02-04


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Experience America's secret history in the untold phenomena of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue... The scandals of the White House have always commanded attention, but little has been acknowledged of the documented paranormal events that have shaken its stately porticos for more than a century. They are in fact, part of declassified, substantiated records dating back from George Washington through the Clinton administration. Now, complete with actual transcripts of channeling sessions and séances, the history of the paranormal presidency is revealed for the first time in a fascinating exploration of the country’s most famous portal to the unknown. • What were the chilling revelations of the séances conducted by Mary Todd Lincoln, Martha Washington, and Eleanor Roosevelt? • What secrets did John F. Kennedy reveal—after his death? • Why was Hillary Clinton compelled to channel the spirits of past First Ladies? • Which presidents admitted in private to have had UFO encounters? • What’s the source of the strange light emanating from the Rose Room? • Who—or what—is playing the haunted strains of phantom music in the private halls of the White House? Featuring a comprehensive see-for-yourself tour guide to the Presidential Haunted Places.

The Human Psyche


Author : Peter Snow
language : en
Publisher: Boolarong Press
Release Date : 2010


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The Human Psyche is a far reaching expose of human identity that seeks to unify the startling new insights gained from modern neuroscientific studies of higher consciousness, with insights gained from introspection and philosophy. In simple, straightforward prose and diagrammatic form it presents several new models of the generation of, and interactions between, the neural centers that are responsible for thought, emotion and mood. It will be of particular interest to neuroscientists, neurologists, biologists, mental health professionals, students of religion and philosophers and indeed all those fascinated by human behavior, its origins in the animal world and its implications for our future. The Human Psyche reminds us that we live in a time when science finally has significant answers about the true nature and origins of human behavior a perspective that heralds a new era that will inevitably see the dissolution of many hallowed, though plainly stagnant institutions and the establishment of a new world.

The Creativity Of Social Dreaming


Author : W. Gordon Lawrence
language : en
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date : 2018-03-21


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This broad range of papers covers different aspects of social dreaming.The book begins with a summary of the Social Dreaming Matrix conceptualised as a temporary system with its intakes, transformation processes and outputs. The remaining chapters cover social dreaming in different contexts including, amongst others, from the perspectives of art, architecture, theatre, working with immigrants, with pilots and lawyers and family mediators and hospitals.All the papers cover areas outside of the goal orientated activities of the institution, and examine what they may be saying about the organization of the participants.

Living The Dream


Author : R. M. Singhose
language : en
Publisher: iUniverse
Release Date : 2012-05-22


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Jim and Rose Singhose are no strangers to the road. They’ve been riding Harley-Davidsons for over forty years, and they aren’t even close to being finished. In 2003, there was little need for discussion: they would attend the one-hundredth birthday celebration of their favorite bikes. They would head to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to celebrate with all the other Harley enthusiasts. Of course, there were bound to be some speed bumps along the way. Living the Dream is book three in the Harley Woman series, and it follows Jim and Rose for 13,000 miles, from Oregon to Canada, through Milwaukee, and back again. Along the way, they make a spur-of-the-moment decision to head to Prince Edward Island for—what else—lobster! Later, Rose gets stopped by suspicious customs officials who want to know what she’s doing in Canada. Some people might say it’s crazy to spend so much time on the road. For Rose, there’s never any trepidation about a ride on her Harley. Instead of counting the miles away from home, she’s comfortable counting the states they cross. Living the biker dream is filled with adventure, the occasional nuisance, and maybe some danger—but for Rose, it’s all worth it to feel the wind in her face and freedom in her heart.