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Scent Of A Dream

Author : Sebastiao Salgado
ISBN : 1419719211
Genre : Photography
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In this remarkable visual survey, internationally acclaimed photographer Sebastiao Salgado documents traditional methods of sustainable coffee farming across the globe, revealing rituals deeply steeped in history and pride. The book spans nearly a decade of research into the hidden world of coffee, highlighting relationships characterized by respect, fair exchange, and a shared understanding that ever-improving quality has the power to improve lives. Salgado, a native to one of Brazil s premier coffee-growing regions, is the perfect guide for a reader s journey to principal farming locations in China, Colombia, Guatemala, Ethiopia, India, Brazil, Costa Rica, and beyond."

Labor In Culture Or Worker Of The World S

Author : Peter Hitchcock
ISBN : 9783319453996
Genre : Social Science
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This book is a cultural critique of labor and globalization that considers whether one can represent the other. The cultural representation of labor is a challenge in how globalization is understood. Workers may be everywhere in the world but cultural correlatives are problematic. By elaborating cultural theory and practice this book examines why this might be so. If globalization unites workers via production and capital flows, it often writes over traditional or progressive forms of unity. Worlds of work have expanded in the last half century, yet labor has receded within cultural discourse. By considering critical and historical concepts in the workers’ inquiry, the subject, and value, and provocative projects in cultural representation itself, this study expands our lexicon of labor to understand more fully what “workers of the world” means under globalization. As such the book offers broad appeal to students and teachers of Global and Cultural Studies and will interest all those who take seriously how the worker is articulated at a global scale.

Mczoot S Travels

Author : Athanasius Blalock
ISBN : 9781599711713
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A bizarre mix of poignant hilarity, McZoot's Travels takes the reader from the comfy jail house in Filbert Grove, Oregon, to the secret Russian underground city of Zora Gora. The book reads briskly, leapfroging from religious fundamentalists bent on the twofold path of world destruction and saving their own skins, to the songs and stories of Stogey McZoot, a curmudgeonly minstrel following archaic vaudeville traditions, and smoking as fine a cigar as can be found at gas station convenience stores. It is a tale of bad, bad men, love, and even Rapture. In fact it could be said that it is a ?swift kick in the Left Behind.?

The Living Blood

Author : Tananarive Due
ISBN : 9781439121924
Genre : Fiction
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From the author of the national bestseller My Soul to Keep comes a riveting new novel of supernatural suspense -- a gripping tale that brilliantly showcases a writer at the pinnacle of her astounding storytelling abilities. Jessica Jacobs-Wolde has somehow survived the worst that any mother or wife could ever endure: the deaths of her husband and first daughter. But now, four years later, not only is the nightmare continuing -- it may have only just begun. Jessica has discovered the terrifying truth behind the legacy that her husband left to their second daughter, Fana...a legacy preordained a thousand years before her time and drenched in the powerful lifeblood that now courses through her veins. As young Fana begins to display unearthly abilities that are quickly spiraling out of control, she becomes the target of those who will stop at nothing to exploit her power -- and the unwitting touchstone in an ancient supernatural battle whose outcome may decide the fate of all humanity.

All You Need Is Love Coffee

Author : Elizabeth Martin
ISBN : 9781922109781
Genre : Australian fiction
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Newly self-diagnosed Coffeeholic Claire moves to Cairns to escape a failed long term relationship and to open the coffee shop of her dreams. But things are not as glamorous as she imagines. The coffee plantation is a dusty farm, the cafe is a tin shed behind a Hills Hoist, and the tall, quiet man who meets her at the station is called Bruce. Despite this and her own addiction, can she create the best coffee shop in Tropical North Queensland? Can she also find love at the same time? Something in it for everyone; the coffee drinker, the tea drinker, the decaf small macchiato drinker. Even the hot water drinker. Sam, Barista, local cafe I laughed so much coffee came out my nose. Saffron

The Oxford Book Of Australian Travel Writing

Author : Ros Pesman
ISBN : STANFORD:36105019235535
Genre : Travel
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Travel has always been central to the experience of living in Australia and to giving that life meaning. This book is the first serious anthology of Australian overseas travel writing. The editors have assembled sixty extracts from the works of writers, soldiers, explorers, missionaries, journalists, and public figures. Contributors include Alfred Deakin, Henry Lawson, Ethel Turner, Douglas Mawson, Martin Boyd, Frank Clune, Patrick White, Jill Kerr Conway, Christopher Koch, Alan Moorehead, David Malouf, Clive James, Germaine Greer, Peter Conrad, and Robyn Davidson. There is an extended introduction and there are numerous historical and biographical notes.

Beijing Review

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Gold Fever In The 1890s

Author : Rosemarie Schulga
ISBN : 9781594334115
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In a long letter to his parents, Stefan gives us an inside story of what it is like to be caught up in the 1890s Gold Rush in Alaska. We must admire the determination of this sensitive, courageous youth to overcome endless obstacles in his pursuit of his dream––gold. He lets us feel the thrill of finding his first gold nugget. Driven by gold fever, he embarks on a series of exciting adventures, from the vast wilderness of Alaska to exotic landscapes in South America, Africa, India, Australia, and back to the Klondike. Although his obsession to find gold develops into greed, his travels have a maturing effect on the callow youth. After many hardships have ravished his body and frustration of his goal to strike it rich, Stefan responds to the outcry of his neglected soul. Instead of riches he achieves spiritual peace.

The Real World New Orleans

Author : Alison Pollet
ISBN : 0743411277
Genre : Fiction
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A behind-the-scenes tour of the sixth season of MTV's popular, controversial series offers an uncensored look at the cast and crew of the show in a compilation of interviews, photographs, gossip, and information on the New Orleans season.

Southwest Art

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ISBN : UCSD:31822022101182
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