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Fontella Jones And The Kiss Of The Harlequin

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ISBN : 9780988504530
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Misguided Love

Author : Kevin Sanders
ISBN : 9781440116391
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Our children are the most precious gifts in this world. They are our joy. They are our future. They are our very lives. But who is to guide them? How do they learn what to do with what they have? So many people are abused from early age. Some carry that for the remainder of their lives and they pass the affliction from generation to generation. Many are not physically abused, and yet they still suffer from the lack of knowledge. Eric was a beautiful boy on his way to manhood. He never learned about the responsibilities of love and sex. Come along on this journey of a young, charismatic teenager whose charm and naivety lead him into a world of which he never knew existed. He, like many children are misguided into believing that there is no consequence to their actions. This story is a testimony to the survival of a global epidemic that continues to deteriorate the very fabric of our societies. Protect our children. Remember it is not always what we teach them that directs their paths in life; inevitably it is what we don't. Love must be guided. Misguided love will undoubtedly fail.

Talking Jazz With Ben Sidran

Author : Ben Sidran
ISBN : 9781450753661
Genre : Music
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Miles Davis, Gil Evans, Dizzy Gillespie, Jon Hendricks, Max Roach, Betty Carter, Jackie McLean, Don Cherry, Sonny Rollins, McCoy Tyner, Archie Shepp, Herbie Hancock, Tony Williams, Keith Jarrett, Wynton Marsalis, and Jack DeJohnette—these are just a few of the jazz musicians whose conversations with Ben Sidran are recorded in this volume. In stimulating, personal, and informative discussions, they not only reveal their personalities, but also detail aspects of the performance, technique, business, history, and emotions of jazz. Newly expanded with previously unpublished dialogues with David Murray, Dr. John, and Mose Allison, Talking Jazz is undoubtedly the best oral history of recent and contemporary jazz.

Oral Tradition Narratives Of The Emai People

Author : Ronald P. Schaefer
ISBN : 3825840301
Genre : Social Science
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" This collection of seventy prose of narrative samples represents the only published record of the oral tradition of the Emai people of southern Nigeria. The narratives are presented in both Emai orthography and English translation. They tend to portray everyday cultural practices of the Emai with human characters or their animal personification. As such, they provide an initial glimpse of Emai cosmology, cultural values and social norms as well as a firm impression of how Emai grammatical resources function in spontaneous narrative discourse. Ronald P. Schaefer is Professor at the College of Arts and Sciences, Department of English Language and Literature, at the Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. Francis O. Egbokhare teaches at the University of Ibadan in Nigeria. "

London Magazine

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ISBN : UOM:39015021277200
Genre : English essays
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When Atlanta Freaked

Author : D.S. Brown
ISBN : 9781504970204
Genre : Fiction
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Once upon a time not too long ago, young teens converged on the vibrant thriving city of Atlanta every spring in the bacchanal that was Freaknic. It was a party that grew from one park to eventually stretch the entire breadth of the metro area. The celebration descended on malls, concert halls, parks, college campuses, front lawns, and perhaps most controversially the streets. Over time the main thoroughfares, the roads, the city’s arteries became clogged with revelers seeking to see and be seen, do things at best illicit, at worst law breaking. By this time, it had become too much, and as such, the city’s officials sought to shut the party down. They quickly succeeded, and Freaknic passed into history. Here we remember the bacchanal, how it started, what it came to be, and how it eventually ended.

Ugly Stories For Beautiful People

Author : James Burr
ISBN : 9781430320371
Genre : Fiction
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A collection of strange, contemporary tales of chilling insight and black wit. Containing two stories that received Honourable Mentions in "The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror 2004," "Ugly Stories For Beautiful People" is an inter-linked collection of previously published and critically acclaimed short fiction. In the vein of Will Self, J.G. Ballard and Philip.K. Dick, these stories will at turns amuse, horrify and intrigue.

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