'Moss 5 the truth e Cc : here is t 'clden face of roclay's Alice Springs.' NICOLAS ROTH W ELL, author of The Red Highway HARD LIGHT OF DAY .._--—— RQD MQSS 1 AN ARTIST'S STORY OF FRIENDSHIPS IN ARRERNTE COUNTRY ROD MOSS THE HARD LIGHT ...
Author: Rod Moss
Publisher: Univ. of Queensland Press
A story of whitefella-blackfella friendship that offers hope for the future. Two years after artist Rod Moss arrived in Alice Springs to teach painting, he met an Indigenous couple who had set up camp in the gully beside his flat. Over the next twenty-five years, his friendship with Xavier and Petrina Neil and the friendships that grew from it with the families of Whitegate, an Arrernte camp on the outskirts of town, would nourish and challenge Moss beyond his imagining. The Hard Light of Day offers a rare insight into the reality of life in the Centre, from the contours of the MacDonnell Ranges and the textures and sounds of Arrernte culture, to the endemic violence, alcoholism and ill-health that continue to devastate Aboriginal lives. In recalling the relationships and experiences that have shaped his life and work in Alice Springs, Moss reveals the human face behind the statistics and celebrates the enriching, transformative power of friendship. Illustrated with Moss's evocative paintings and photographs, The Hard Light of Day is an incredible journey into a world never shown in the mainstream media, and an artist's chronicle of the moments that have inspired him.
At least the day hadnÊt been a total loss. After spending all day listening to the boat-builders bang, saw, and dun him for money, he had slipped off into the woods. Ignoring nightfall, he had spent hours exploring by the light of a ...
Author: Frances Hunter
Publisher: Blind Rabbit Press
A PRIZE BEYOND PRICE La Louisiane—a land of riches beyond imagining. Whoever controls the vast domain along the Mississippi River will decide the fate of the North American continent. When young French diplomat Citizen Genet arrives in America, he's determined to wrest Louisiana away from Spain and win it back for France—even if it means global war. A GAMBLE BEYOND MEASURE Caught up this astonishing scheme are George Rogers Clark, the washed-up hero of the Revolution and unlikely commander of Genet's renegade force; his beautiful sister Fanny, who risks her own sanity to save her brother's soul; General “Mad Anthony” Wayne, who never imagined he'd find the country's deadliest enemy inside his own army; and two young soldiers, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, who dream of claiming the Western territory in the name of the United States—only to become the pawns of those who seek to destroy it. THE FAIREST PORTION OF THE GLOBE From the frontier forts of Ohio to the elegant halls of Philadelphia, the virgin forests of Kentucky to the mansions of Natchez, Frances Hunter has written a page-turning tale of ambition, intrigue, and the birth of a legendary American friendship—in a time when America was fighting to survive.
They describe people who kidnap my son and people who want to kill me. I don't know what sort of corruption Annemarie gets paid to uncover. Guess I'm about to see. THE WORLD BRIGHTENS beneath the hard light of day. I NASKIE WORLD 71.
Author: Joe Jeney
Publisher: Light River Books
Single mom Blondie Bing works for Naskie World. She reads the execution sentence, and AJ, her partner, pulls the trigger. The world is minus one more killer who thought he could beat justice. At Naskie World, everything follows a strict protocol, except on one night when AJ leads Blondie deep into the underbelly of Carrington City and kills three people and misses the fourth, the Right Honorable Payne, City Prefect. AJ acts without orders, without execution sentences, without apparent reason. Blondie wakes to a changed world. The lawless violence she tried to escape her entire life returns in the shape of Trailey, a convicted killer, now free, now working for the broken system that is swallowing her whole. Masks, guns, and law – they don’t work anymore. Blondie needs to save her son. She needs to stay alive.
Iknow that lovely image isa kind ofa mirage, because the truthis,in the hard light of day, the bridge isa gritty trafficjammed connector, physically touching down in two hardscrabble worlds. When someone suggested Iwalk thebridge fora ...
Author: Lu Ann Cahn
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Feeling stuck? Veteran journalist and cancer survivor Lu Ann Cahn was feeling angry and frustrated. The economy was tanking. Her job was changing. In a word, she felt “stuck.” Something had to change. Her daughter helped convince her to start a “Year of Firsts.” For the next 365 days, Cahn made a point of doing something she had never done before, every day. Before she knew it, her whole perspective on life had changed. In this inspiring book, Lu Ann recounts how a new “first” everyday brought excitement and wonder back into her world. And more than that, she helps readers see how they can do it too. • Participate in a Polar Bear Plunge • Speak to a complete stranger on the street • Zip-line across a crocodile-infested Mexican lake • Spend a day in a wheelchair • Learn to Hula Hoop
Measuring his failings by the hard light of day ( the " bright light " ) , the prudent individual goes on to win a reputation ( a second " bright light " ) . That explains why , as the proverb goes , " In security the noble man is ...
Author: Hsiung Yang
Publisher: SUNY Press
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Composed in 2 B.C., as "The I Ching revised and enlarged," The Elemental Changes is a divination manual providing a clear method for distinguishing alternative courses of action. Structured in 81 tetragrams ( as opposed to the 64 hexagrams of the I Ching), the book offers much to the modern reader. Today in the West, The Elemental Changes is an essential tool for understanding the Tao as it operates in the Cosmos, in the minds of sages, and in sacred texts. It is also one of the great philosophical poems in world literature, assessing the rival claims on human attention of fame, physical immortality, wealth, and power while it situates human endeavor within the larger framework of cosmic energies. The complete text of The Elemental Changes and its ten autocommentaries are here translated into accessible and, whenever possible, literal English. Following the Chinese tradition, supplementary comments are appended to each tetragram in order to indicate the main lines of interpretation suggested by earlier commentators.
The issues turned over into the hard light of day by Kieran Finnane's Trouble are neither abstract nor dissociated from the harsh light of our local reality. It is hard to live in and live with the clash of ancient Australia and the ...
Author: Thomas Singer
Do the ancient Greek poets, playwrights, philosophers and mythologies have anything to say to modern human beings? Is their time finished, or do their insights have as much relevance to the human condition as they did 2,500 years ago? When the Soul Remembers Itself continues the exploration of the connections between ancient and modern psyche with a resounding affirmation of its ongoing relevance. Uniquely combining poetry, drama and storytelling in a pioneering collection, an international selection of contributors each explore a character, myth or theme from ancient Greece in the context of its relevance to the modern psyche. Each author enters an imaginative dialogue that pieces and bridges together fragments of the past with the present, exploring themes such as initiation, war, love, paranoia, tragedy and the soul’s journey through the vicissitudes of life on earth, through characters such as Ajax, Persephone, Orpheus, Electra, the Apostle Paul, Perpetua and Jocasta. Understanding myth is crucial in Jungian analysis, and by connecting the modern person with the age-old questions of life and death, the contributors bring truly archetypal narratives to life and speak to the human condition throughout the ages. When the Soul Remembers Itself will be of great interest to academics and students of Jungian and post-Jungian studies, classics, ancient religion, archetypal studies and mythology. As the contributors’ conclusions apply to both contemporary theory and clinical practice, it will also appeal to Jungian analysts and psychotherapists in practice and training.
But he says you should be able to start getting up after the next few days for the fever at least has gone. ... She had been shocked by the scars he wore beneath his clothes for in the hard light of day they were far more extensive than ...
Author: Sophia James
Do you dream of wicked rakes, gorgeous Highlanders, muscled Viking warriors and rugged Wild West cowboys? Harlequin® Historical brings you three new full-length titles in one collection! A Secret Consequence for the Viscount The Society of Wicked Gentlemen by Sophia James (Regency) Viscount Bromley returns to London with no memory of his one night with Lady Eleanor and no knowledge of the daughter he fathered. But now, as he regains his lost memories, there’s no hiding from the past! Scandal at the Christmas Ball by Marguerite Kaye and Bronwyn Scott (Regency) Join the Christmas party of the Season in these two closely linked stories of forbidden Regency romance. Will Lord and Lady Brockmore’s guests find true love when they embark on a scandalous affair to remember? An Unlikely Debutante by Laura Martin (Regency) To win a wager, Lord Alexander Whitemore is to take Lina Lock from gypsy dancer to perfect debutante. As Lina takes Alex up on his offer, she learns she must curb her rebellious instincts and the unexpected passion he awakens in her… Look for Harlequin® Historical’s December 2017 Box set 2 of 2, filled with even more timeless love stories!
complicated cluster of communication masts: ragged edges of a city in the heat haze, like a dream on the edge of waking – dislocated – a different reality getting lost in the hard light of day. Beyond belief.
Author: Jan Sutch Pickard
Publisher: Wild Goose Publications
Poems of strong and well-crafted connections - between communities in the West of Scotland and the West Bank Palestinian territories; between prayer and politics; between a lyrical delight in the natural world - and down-to-earth living, observed with warmth and humour. Jan Sutch Pickard is a former Warden of Iona Abbey, a storyteller, liturgist and Methodist lay preacher. She has twice served as a peace monitor with the Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel.
( 1993 : 95 ) That is , it may not be merely an accident that this " racial " opposition exists , since white tends to be associated universally with such ubiquitous natural phenomena as light and day , while black tends to be ...
Author: Michael Vannoy Adams
Publisher: Psychology Press
The author presents case material from patients for whom "race" or color is a significant social and political concern which impacts on them personally. In the therapeutic dialogue and in dreams, these patients struggle to establish and effective individual identity in relation to whatever collective "racial" identity may have been either imposed on them or adopted by them. The Multicultural Imagination challenges the essentials view that restricts all individuals to this kind of collective identity. The book uses various analytic perspectives in both the Freudian and Jungian traditions. This book exposes the unconscious attitudes that have stood in the way of an authentically multicultural imagination. It encourages psychoanalysts and psychotherapists to recognize the importance of "race" or color within the unconscious and will interest those working in other fields, including cultural studies and "racial" and ethnic studies.
“Or, in the hard light of day, looking at your dead lover with her head bashed in really does shock you. And you run. Then, because you panicked, you have to cover as best you can. You come up with a plausible story, call nine-one-one, ...
Author: J. D. Robb
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
In the new Eve Dallas police thriller from #1 New York Times-bestselling author J. D. Robb, what looked like a lover’s quarrel turned fatal has larger—and more terrifying—motives behind it... The scene in the West Village studio appears to be classic crime-of-passion: two wineglasses by the bed, music playing, and a young sculptor named Ariel Byrd with the back of her head bashed in. But when Dallas tracks down the wealthy Upper East Side woman who called 911, the details don’t add up. Gwen Huffman is wealthy, elegant, comforted by her handsome fiancé as she sheds tears over the trauma of finding the body—but why did it take an hour to report it? And why is she lying about little things? As Eve and her team look into Gwen, her past, and the people around her, they find that the lies are about more than murder. As with sculpture, they need to chip away at the layers of deception to find the shape within—and soon they’re getting the FBI involved in a case that involves a sinister, fanatical group and a stunning criminal conspiracy.