Journeys To The Interior

Author: Nicolas Rothwell
ISBN: 145878018X
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Journeys To The Interior from the Author: Nicolas Rothwell. History.

Journeys To The Interior

Author: Sean O'Brien
Publisher: Bloodaxe Books Limited
ISBN: 9781852249328
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Journeys To The Interior from the Author: Sean O'Brien. In this innovative series of public lectures at Newcastle University, leading contemporary poets speak about the craft and practice of poetry in England. This edition considers the work of a range of contemporary poets, including Peter Didsbury, Carol Ann Duffy, Paul Farley, Roy Fisher, Daljit Nagra, Jo Shapcott, and George Szirtes, examining areas of dissent and signs of affirmation.

Mindful Leadership Coaching

Author: Manfred F.R. Kets de Vries
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137382333
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Mindful Leadership Coaching from the Author: Manfred F.R. Kets de Vries. Mindful Leadership Coaching takes an in-depth look at the coaching processes. The insights provided here will help coaches and executives to use frameworks for transforming attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors. It advises on how the best leadership coaches help their executive clients create significant personal and professional change.

Desert Journeys

Author: Geoffrey Rawson
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Desert Journeys from the Author: Geoffrey Rawson. Expeditions of Giles, Gosse, Forrest, and Warburton into the Western Desert; Many attacks and encounters described.

The Outback Within

Author: Mark Byrne
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443816531
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The Outback Within from the Author: Mark Byrne. What is it about the Australian outback? For nearly two centuries, narratives of outback journeys have been suffused with the aura of death. Why? It is not just that the desert is big, dry, hot and apparently empty. The outback is Australia’s “mythological crucible,” and journeys there have become rites of passage. It is where settler Australians go to die and perhaps be reborn. This book explores the landscape of this evolving national mythology. It argues that a more conscious engagement with the process of symbolic death and rebirth is needed for Australians to enter into a deeper understanding of themselves and their relationship to the land and its Indigenous people.

African American Exploration In West Africa

Author: James Fairhead
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253110046
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African American Exploration In West Africa from the Author: James Fairhead. In the 1860s, as America waged civil war, several thousand African Americans sought greater freedom by emigrating to the fledgling nation of Liberia. While some argued that the new black republic represented disposal rather than emancipation, a few intrepid men set out to explore their African home. African-American Exploration in West Africa collects the travel diaries of James L. Sims, George L. Seymour, and Benjamin J. K. Anderson, who explored the territory that is now Liberia and Guinea between 1858 and 1874. These remarkable diaries reveal the wealth and beauty of Africa in striking descriptions of its geography, people, flora, and fauna. The dangers of the journeys surface, too -- Seymour was attacked and later died of his wounds, and his companion, Levin Ash, was captured and sold into slavery again. Challenging the notion that there were no black explorers in Africa, these diaries provide unique perspectives on 19th-century Liberian life and life in the interior of the continent before it was radically changed by European colonialism.

Three Expeditions Into The Interior Of Eastern Australia

Author: Thomas Livingstone Mitchell
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Three Expeditions Into The Interior Of Eastern Australia from the Author: Thomas Livingstone Mitchell. Title vignettes Three expeditions into the interior of eastern Australia : with descriptions of the recently explored region of Australia Felix and of the present colony of New South Wales.

The Journeys Of Mary

Author: Mary Ann Donovan
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1477244778
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The Journeys Of Mary from the Author: Mary Ann Donovan. At age four, Mary, the mother of Jesus of Nazareth, made her first journey. Mary traveled with her family to Jerusalem for her Presentation to the Temple. Some of the other journeys taken during her lifetime included trips to Jutta, Bethlehem, Matarea, and Heliopolis, as well as many other trips to Jerusalem. When her son Jesus began his public ministry, Mary moved from Nazareth to Capharnaum. With her friends, the Holy Women, she followed Jesus as he traveled around Galilee and throughout the Holy Land. Ultimately, Mary followed Jesus to the foot of the cross. To protect Mary from the persecutions that followed the death and Resurrection of her son, St. John the Evangelist took Mary with him to Ephesus, Turkey to live. Mary journeyed to Jerusalem and back to Ephesus before ending her earthly life in Ephesus. The Journeys of Mary is the story of Mary’s life and the life, Passion, and death of her son. In Part II of the trilogy, Mary arrives in Ephesus and establishes her home there. With the help of St. John and Mary Magdalene who comes to visit, Mary creates a “Way of the Cross” as a reminder of the suffering her son endured. As she walks the path, Mary recalls the capture, trials, and judgment of Jesus, as well as the details of his Crucifixion. Other events that occur as part of her life in Ephesus trigger memories of her earlier life in Nazareth and Capharnaum. The Journeys of Mary is the story of both the interior journey Mary takes as the mother of Jesus and the exterior journeys she takes as she lives out her life fulfilling the will of God.