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The Tracker

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Tracker

Author : Gary Paulsen
ISBN : 9781442467125
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A young hunter must confront the value of life as he faces the loss of his grandfather. For John Borne's family, hunting has nothing to do with sport or manliness. It's a matter of survival. Every fall John and his grandfather go off into the woods to shoot the deer that puts meat on the table over the long Minnesota winter. But this year John's grandfather is dying, and John must hunt alone. John tracks a doe for two days, but as he closes in on his prey, he realizes he cannot shoot her. For John, the hunt is no longer about killing, but about life.

The Tracker

Author : Chad Zunker
ISBN : 1503943232
Genre : Fiction
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Trust no one. Sam Callahan learned this lesson from a childhood spent in abusive foster care, on the streets, and locked in juvie. With the past behind him and his future staked on law school, he is moonlighting as a political tracker, paid to hide in crowds and shadow candidates, recording their missteps for use by their opponents. One night, after an anonymous text tip, Sam witnesses a congressional candidate and a mysterious blonde in a motel indiscretion that ends in murder, recording it all on his phone. Now Sam is a target. Set up to take the fall and pursued by both assassins and the FBI, he is forced to go on the run. Using the street skills forged during his troubled youth--as well as his heightened mental abilities--Sam goes underground until he can uncover who is behind the conspiracy and how far up it goes. A taut thriller with an unforgettable young hero, The Tracker is a heart-stopping debut from an exciting new voice. Revised edition: This edition of The Tracker includes editorial revisions.

Entering The Mind Of The Tracker

Author : Tamarack Song
ISBN : 9781591438274
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Training methods for tracking and wilderness observation woven into extraordinary real-life stories of intuitive animal-reading skills • Explains technical tracking methods and observational skills such as shadowing and envisioning through the innermost thoughts of an accomplished native tracker • Reveals how to track by expanding your awareness and consciousness to become one with the animal you are tracking • Shares stories of tracking Wolves, Bears, Deer, Cougars, and many other animals Stepping beyond the shape of a footprint and into the unseen story of the track, veteran wilderness guide Tamarack Song takes you inside the eyes and mind of an intuitive tracker, with intimate stories where Frogs show the way out of the woods, scat reveals life histories, and Bears demonstrate how to find missing people. Drawing from his years of surviving in the wild, apprenticing to native elders, and living with a family of wolves, Tamarack reveals how to achieve a level of perception like that of aboriginal trackers by becoming one with the animal you are tracking, whether Fox, Deer, Coyote, or Cougar. Sharing his innermost thoughts while following track and sign, the book’s adventures merge technical tracking methods with skills such as shadowing and envisioning, while demonstrating animal-reading skills considered outside the human realm. The author explains how to expand your awareness--to learn from nature by becoming nature--and tap in to the intuitive tracking consciousness each of us has inherited from our Paleolithic ancestors. Through his stories from the trail, Tamarack shows the art of tracking not simply as a skill for hunters and naturalists but as a metaphor for conscious living. By exploring the intricacies of the natural world, we explore not only our connections to the world around us but also our internal landscapes. We learn to better express ourselves and listen, meet our needs, and help others. Intuitive tracking provides a path to finding ourselves, becoming one with all life, and restoring humanity’s place in the Great Hoop of Life.

The Tracker

Author : Max Brand
ISBN : 9781481528573
Genre : Fiction
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Tom Fuller—a scrupulously honest fellow, a person of extraordinary physical strength, and owner of a savage horse, Rusty, that he alone was able to tame—is generally regarded as a half-wit. He has been summarily fired from every job he has ever had and even comes to regard himself as a failure. He makes one more try when he is hired on as a blacksmith’s assistant by Boston Charlie. Finally here is a job that Tom can perform successfully, and his spirit soars. Oliver Champion, who stops at the smithy to have his wagon horses newly shod, is impressed by Tom’s ability. Champion also recognizes Tom as the son of the late Washington Fuller, a renowned gunfighter. Boston Charlie, far from being impressed by this revelation, is outraged and fires Tom, insisting that he leave at once. Champion takes this newfound opportunity to propose that Tom, who in addition to his physical strength is also an excellent shot, should become his bodyguard. Not having any alternative, Tom accepts the offer. It is obviously a decision made in haste, as Tom soon learns that Champion is new to the West, that he is an escaped convict from a prison in the East, and that he has come all this way in pursuit of a master criminal, Henry Plank, the man actually responsible for the robbery for which Champion was imprisoned. Now Champion wants Tom to lead him through unfamiliar country to get his revenge.

Tracker

Author : Alexis Wright
ISBN : 9781925336603
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Winner of the 2018 Stella Prize A collective memoir of one of Aboriginal Australia’s most charismatic leaders and an epic portrait of a period in the life of a country, reminiscent in its scale and intimacy of the work of Nobel Prize-winning Russian author Svetlana Alexievich. Miles Franklin Award-winning novelist Alexis Wright returns to non-fiction in her new book, Tracker, a collective memoir of the charismatic Aboriginal leader, political thinker, and entrepreneur who died in Darwin in 2015. Taken from his family as a child and brought up in a mission on Croker Island, Tracker Tilmouth returned home to transform the world of Aboriginal politics. He worked tirelessly for Aboriginal self-determination, creating opportunities for land use and economic development in his many roles, including Director of the Central Land Council. He was a visionary and a projector of ideas, renowned for his irreverent humour and his anecdotes. His memoir has been composed by Wright from interviews with Tilmouth himself, as well as with his family, friends, and colleagues, weaving his and their stories together into a book that is as much a tribute to the role played by storytelling in contemporary Aboriginal life as it is to the legacy of a remarkable man. ‘A magnificent work of collaborative storytelling…It paints a vision of action and possibility for this continent that makes it required reading for all Australians and all those interested in this land.’ — Sydney Morning Herald ‘Wright builds, as much as anyone is able to in writing, a detailed portrait of a complex man, whose vision “to sculpt land, country and people into a brilliant future on a grand scale” is inevitably accompanied by an irrepressible humour and suspicion of authority.’ — The Guardian ‘Tilmouth was a man who worked through conversation and yarn more than with paper and pen, and this is a book about the place of the story in Indigenous culture and politics as much as it is about Tracker himself.’ — The Monthly ‘[Wright] enacts the complex relationship between self and community that a Western biography could not…There is a cumulative power in the repetitions, backtrackings and digressions the formula necessitates: a sinuous, elegant accommodation of selves. It is a book as epical in form and ambition as the life it describes.’ — The Australian ‘Wright’s brace of ineffable, awkward, uncanny novels will be unravelled and enjoyed by readers when other contemporary fiction is forgotten. Tracker, a book performed by a folk ensemble rather than a solo virtuoso, adds to her enduring non-fiction oeuvre that captures the unique ground-level realpolitik of Aboriginal Australia.’ — Australian Book Review ‘Alexis Wright is one of the most important voices in our literary landscape…This is a landmark work – epic in its scope and empathy.’ — Readings

Trackers The Untold Story Of The Australian Dogs Of War

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The Tracker

Author : John Hunt
ISBN : 1612969844
Genre : Fiction
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Taylor is being hunted. A sinister shadow trails him playing a game of hide and seek. If Taylor is caught, a cruel death awaits him. There are rules for this game. To break them would mean dire consequences for Taylor and anyone close to him. Taylor must outwit and outlast the fiend for forty-eight hours.

Rolf De Heer S The Tracker Its Role In Australian Postcolonial Narratives And The Concepts Of Mimicry And Primitive

Author : Belgin Yücel
ISBN : 9783668016507
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Seminar paper from the year 2014 in the subject English - Literature, Works, grade: 2,0, University of Cologne (Philosophisches Seminar), course: In the Wake of First Contact: Australian Postcolonial Narrative, language: English, abstract: This term paper deals with the film "The Tracker" and will focus on the representation of the black tracker role as a subversive person and character and not as a victim. The film was produced and directed by Rolf de Heer in 2002. It is set in 1922 in the Australian outback where three policemen follow their chained aboriginal tracker. He is not presented as a victim but as a suppressed black man who tricks the white men. The man uses his tracking abilities to find the man who apparently raped a white woman who the policemen thus want to capture and execute. The names of the men refer to their characters and not their names. There is the Fanatic, the Follower, the Veteran and the Fugitive. The film takes a look at a fictional tracker’s everyday working life and is based on Aboriginal tracking skills, which they learn from a very early age. Particular information about Trackers will be given further on. There are many reasons to deal with the film and the topic; in the first place it recaptures how Aboriginal people were used by the white Australian government. The topic of the film is also essential for the Australian population and the Aboriginal people, since the British settled down in Australia in 1788. The indigenous people were not always treated in a humanitarian manner. The first contact between black and white people was in the beginning sometimes peaceful, as the story of Bennelong shows. Bennelong was “the first Aboriginal [man who was] introduced to [the] English culture”. Nevertheless, the first contact between the settlers and the Aboriginal were also marked by brutality and repression, “physical and cultural violence’’. The paper will also deal with the concepts of Mimicry and Primitive, since these are important effects of the Colonization. Likewise, they play a role for the black tracker character in the film, which will be demonstrated further in the paper. Also, it will show the contrasts and similarities in clothing between the tracker and the officers, which will give evidence for mimicry. Furthermore, the paper will point out what trackers do and the importance of tracking in the aboriginal culture. Trackers are of huge importance in the aboriginal culture. Also it gives an outlook into their culture and living.

The Tracker

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The Book Was Originally Published In Rajasthan In 1977 Under The Title Paagi. The Poems In This Collection Reflect The PoetýS Deep Anguish At The Evils Prevailing In The Society And Urge Us To Usher In New Ideas And Fresh Values. It Won The Sahitya Akademi Award In 1979.

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