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📒Through Different Eyes ✍ David Parker
✏Through Different Eyes Book Summary : Focuses on the various self-identities of the first generation of British-educated Chinese people who are coming of age at a time when Hong Kong is on the verge to returning to China, and the end of the Cold War has thrown China into a greater global presence than ever. Interviews with 54 young people reveal the racism they experience growing up, and demonstrate how the concentration of Chinese in the catering industry has consequences for the education of the young and has inhibited the growth of a popular Chinese culture in Britain. Double spaced. No index. Distributed in the US by Ashgate. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
📒Different Eyes ✍ Brian EL
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📒Different Travellers Different Eyes ✍ Peter Wild
✏Different Travellers Different Eyes Book Summary : "The early American West has been depicted in art as a land of harsh struggles, a place of heavenly miracles, and everything in between. The narratives in Different Travellers, Different Eyes record journal and diary impressions of life in the nineteenth- and early twentieth-century western American frontier. And some of the artists' writings portray a picture far different from their well-known paintings, sculptures and photographs. Different Travellers, Different Eyes includes memoirs by: Titian R. Peale, George Catlin, Alfred Jacob Miller, John James Audubon, Father Nicolas Point, Paul Kane, Samuel Chamberlain, Frank Marryat, Solomon Nunes Carvalho, Balduin Mollhausen, Worthington Whittredge, William Keith, Kicking Bear (Mato Wanahtaka), Mary Hallock Foote, Frederic Remington, Thomas Moran, Emily Carr, Ernest L. Blumenschein, Maynard Dixon, Edward S. Curtis, and Charles M. Russell."--Jacket.
📒Through Different Eyes ✍ J. Barbara Alvord
✏Through Different Eyes Book Summary : What happens when a meagerly-educated peasant girl is chosen in 1903 to leave her family and accompany her illiterate godfather from Europe to the Midlands of America? Young Anna Barbara Mrkvicka left the dirt floor of her over-crowded one room home to enter an unknown world and overwhelming challenges at every turn. Through Different Eyes describes the back-breaking peasant life of that era. Anna worked in the fields at six years of age. It travels with the young peasant in steerage on a daunting ocean voyage, and it reveals the frustrating immigrant experience of Ellis Island. It explores the sounds and smells of sleeping for six weeks on steamy tenement rooftops of New York Citys dangerous Lower East Side, sometimes with a knife handy for protection. The journey includes a lengthy train ride into the Heartland of the United States, reveals the anxiety of arriving to work with strangers on an isolated farmstead in early Iowa. With no way to learn the English language of America, for three hard years the frightened girl was unable to escape an abusive step-aunt. She was neither paid for her exhausting farm work nor allowed enough to eat; she was beaten. Yet Anna not only miraculously survived her ordeals, her grit and determination at last enabled her to bring all seven members of her family and a foster brother to Iowa in 1909. It was just in time; World War I was threatening to engulf Europe. After years of research, this creative biography honors all unsung immigrants like young Anna. It pays homage to the millions of men and women who desperately struggled to transplant their family lives to the freedom of Americatheir precious gift to those of us so privileged to be citizens of this great land.
📒In Different Eyes ✍ Curtis Mellow
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📒Seeing With Different Eyes ✍ Patrick Curry
✏Seeing with Different Eyes Book Summary : Seeing with Different Eyes: Essays in Astrology and Divination represents the cutting-edge of contemporary thought and research on divination. The thirteen authors come from a variety of academic disciplines, ranging from anthropology and classics to English literature and religious studies, and all address the question of divination, astrology and oracles in a spirit of critical but sympathetic inquiry. The emphasis is on a participatory and reflexive approach which is firmly post-positivist, seeking to understand the divinatory act on its own terms within widely varying contexts – ancient Greek and Chaldean philosophy and theurgy, Theravadan Buddhism, Biblical studies, Elizabethan Hermeticism, Jacobean drama, Heideggerian philosophy, Medieval scholasticism, 19th century occultism, contemporary Guatemalan divination and Western medical practice. The authors are all teachers or researchers in the area of divination and symbolism, which is a new disciplinary focus developing at the University of Kent, Canterbury under the aegis of the MA programme in the Cultural Study of Cosmology and Divination. The essays in this volume originally contributed to an international conference of the same name held there in April 2006.
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📒A Review Of The Different Operations Performed On The Eyes ✍ William Cleoburey
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📒Through Different Eyes ✍ Karen Charleson
✏Through Different Eyes Book Summary : Everyone knows everyone's business in the small fishing community of Kitsum. So when young Brenda Joe fears she might be pregnant, she also worries that rumours will spread quickly. Things look up when Brenda's favourite aunt, Monica returns to Kitsum for Christmas, although she is preoccupied with her own relationship problems. It's become clear to her that the white man she's been living with in Vancouver sees her as his "Indian Princess," his own exotic arm candy, and she's had enough. When she learns about Brenda's secret relationship with a local man, Monica is appalled and goes to set him straight. But is there more to this attractive loner and his hard-partying relations than meets the eye? Come spring, amid their secrets and betrayals, each family member will be tempted down to the water to collect herring eggs from artfully placed hemlock branches. The question is, will they be able to face one another?
📒Seeing The World Through Different Eyes ✍ Michelle Cardwell
✏Seeing the World Through Different Eyes Book Summary : A beautiful children's story with rich text full of vocabulary. A collection of incredible paintings will delight the sight of all children. Use your imagination to create your own vision. Ask the children...what do you see?