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Joni Mitchell Both Sides Now

Author : Malka Marom
ISBN : 9781783233854
Genre : Music
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An intimate exploration of Joni Mitchell's life and art. When singer, musician, and broadcast journalist Malka Marom was asked to interview Joni Mitchell in 1973, she eagerly accepted the opportunity to converse with the performer she'd first met late one night in 1966 at an open mic in Yorkville. More conversations followed over the next four decades of friendship, and it was only after Joni and Malka completed their last recorded interview, in 2012, that Malka discovered the heart of their discussions: the creative process. In Joni Mitchell: In Her Own Words, Joni and Malka follow this thread through seven decades of life and art, discussing the influence of Joni's childhood, love and loss, playing dives and huge festivals, acclaim and criticism, poverty and affluence, glamorous triumphs and tragic mistakes ...This riveting narrative, told in interviews, lyrics, paintings, and photographs, is shared in the hope of inspiring others.

Joni Mitchell

Author : Brian Hinton
ISBN : 1860743110
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This updated edition brings the Joni Mitchell story up to date. As well as the rediscovery of her only daughter given away for adoption in the mix-sixties, Brian Hinton documents her induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Grammy successes and other music industry awards.

Both Sides Now

Author : Joni Mitchell
ISBN : 0590456687
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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An illustrated version of the Joni Mitchell song, in which clouds, love, and life itself appear differently when viewed from different perspectives.

Both Sides Now

Author : Derek Hanebury
ISBN : 9781999295332
Genre : Fiction
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Both Sides Now is a thought-provoking collection of short stories by Vancouver Island writers Derek Hanebury, Vicki Drybrough, and Libbie Morin. Ranging in time from the 1950s to the present, these stories will draw the reader in to the world of a boy and his younger brother who struggle to find the perfect gift for their ailing grandfather, a troubled veteran who tries to escape the past by settling in a small community, and a young girl who goes to the circus alone and encounters more than she imagined. From beginning to end, you will enjoy stories that are crafted with empathy and insight to give the reader a satisfying experience.

Both Sides Now

Author : Dhillon Khosla
ISBN : 9781611878035
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Both Sides Now is a vivid and compelling account of how one man’s search for wholeness led him through multiple, complex, and life-threatening surgeries that transformed him not only physically, but emotionally and spiritually as well. Born with the body of a female, Dhillon Khosla knew very early on that his true identity was male, yet he spent nearly two decades repressing that knowledge and trying to embrace his female form. Shortly after turning twenty-eight, he came across an article about men born with female bodies who had undergone surgeries to reclaim their male identity. When he read their stories, Khosla felt flashes of recognition stirring within and—for the first time—hope. In this riveting memoir, Khosla discusses openly and honestly what it was like to live as a woman, and how that life shaped the man he is today. Through anecdotes, he shares unique and profound insights into the sexes. Ultimately, however, Both Sides Now is a story about what it means to truly love oneself, and the willingness to turn away from the dissenting voices that tell us who we ought to be…and toward that one, lone voice that has known all along.

Both Sides Now

Author : Amy Stuart Wells
ISBN : 9780520256781
Genre : Education
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The class of 1980 -- Six desegregated high schools -- Racially mixed schools in a separate and unequal society -- We're all the same, aren't we? -- Close together but still apart: friendships across race only went so far -- Why it was worth it -- More diverse than my current life -- But that was a different time -- The souls of desegregated folk.

Both Sides Now

Author : Barbara Ferrer
ISBN : 9781626817005
Genre : Fiction
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The award-winning author of Adiós to My Old Life delivers a poignant novel of the fragile bonds that hold us together in life and love. They meet in a hospital corridor. Libby is there for Ethan, her mentor, her best friend, her husband. He’s dying, and she’s struggling to survive. Nick is there for Katharine, his reason for living, the love of his life, his wife. She’s dying, and he holds on all the tighter as she slips away from him. They can’t do this alone. But maybe they don’t have to. From their chance meeting grows a fast friendship, one of gallows humor, of life in South Florida, of shared experiences in their marriages—the fights, the quirks, the love. Libby and Nick become for each other what no one else can: the person who understands, who hears with the same ears, who sees with the same eyes. In stunning prose, Barbara Ferrer maps the sacred terrain of Libby and Nick’s connection as it develops from one of necessity, to one of possibility. Deep and powerful, this nuanced, elegiac portrait of two marriages, of sickness and survival, and of the healing power of human connection will resonate with readers for years, and showcases Ferrer in all of her brilliant insightfulness.

Both Sides Now

Author : Julie Nadler
ISBN : 9781525524981
Genre : Self-Help
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Incest is a scourge on society in every part of the world, every level of society, and a family somewhere on every block. It spans generations, poisons families, and blights lives. It is nourished and protected by a culture of denial within families, avoidance in society, and blame of the victim. This is a story of survival and self-denigration, retribution and recovery. It is about the consummate revenge of living well, and the terrible, complex struggle to forgive. It is told from the perspective of the victimized, and of the older and wiser person who has examined her life and determined not to be a victim.

Both Sides Now

Author : Peyton Thomas
ISBN : 9780593322833
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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A witty and warm-hearted novel about a trans teen finding his place in the world perfect for fans of Red, White and Royal Blue There’s only one thing standing between Finch Kelly and a full-blown case of high school senioritis: the National Speech & Debate Tournament. Taking home the gold would not only be the pinnacle of Finch’s debating career, but the perfect way to launch himself into his next chapter: college in Washington, DC, and a history-making career as the first trans congressman. What could possibly go wrong? Well, for starters, Finch could develop a teeny tiny crush on his very attractive, very taken, and very gay debate partner, Jonah. Never mind that Finch has never considered whether he’s interested in more than just girls. And that dream of college in DC? Finch hasn’t exactly been accepted anywhere yet, let alone received the full-ride scholarship he'll need to make this dream a reality. Worst of all, though, is this year's topic for Nationals: transgender rights. If he wants to cinch the gold, and get into college, Finch might have to argue against his own humanity. People say there are two sides to every argument. But, as Finch is about to discover, some things—like who you are and who you love—are not up for debate.

Cancer From Both Sides Now A Journey Of Faith

Author : Marcia L. Kiser
ISBN : 9781490847450
Genre : Religion
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This book is a spiritual and clinical guide from a faith perspective. It is designed to encourage anyone enduring cancer treatments and its debilitating side effects—or anyone with a terminal illness—to always maintain their faith in God’s healing powers and know that there is always faith, hope, and love if we simply are patient, look upward, and seek God’s divine guidance. Mrs. Kiser describes her “rollercoaster ride” as she experiences her cancer and radiation therapy. Although she has her world torn inside out and upside down by fear and doubt, she witnesses the healing power and strength that comes from slowing down in life, taking one day at a time, and listening to God as He speaks to us in many different ways to help us cope with our illness and find a road to recovery through a journey of faith. Mrs. Kiser’s background in psychology, counseling, and courses in death and dying can inspire anyone to face the stages of dying as a normal human process and still find courage and victory in living each day to the fullest. Mrs. Kiser is more than qualified to offer this guidance because she is not only an oncology nurse with many years of experience, but she is also a cancer patient herself who shares her own life experiences in the hope of inspiring others to a better and fuller quality of life—despite the odds.

Both Sides Now

Author : Jennifer Marino
ISBN : 1641844051
Genre : Fiction
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Jackie is in a coma after she falls off her horse in a riding accident at the age of fifty-two. While floating in a sublime state of unconsciousness, she reunites with her mother who died forty years ago, when Jackie was twelve. She promised herself that day that she would never love again, as it hurt too much to lose someone. Jackie believes she has finally gone to Heaven to be with her mom for eternity, but her mother tells her otherwise; she must return to her life, as she's not done, yet. To be released from the coma, she must retrace the seasons of her life, learn from her mistakes, and let them go. She must forgive her father for abandoning her, her stepmother for kicking her out, but most of all she must forgive herself. Jackie has been on the run ever since her mom died making one bad choice after another, trying to outrun her broken heart. She was molested at the age eight, lost her virginity to rape at thirteen and was homeless at fifteen. At sixteen, she was introduced to the world of sex trafficking. Facing her brokenness is the last thing she wants to do. She realizes that her mother is right. She doesn't want to run away from true love anymore. She is married to the man of her dreams but hasn't completely opened her heart to him. She looks at her life from the heavenlies, as if she is watching a movie based on her life story. As painful as it is to watch, she must re-enter the darkness to emerge into the light. Will Jackie be able to look at her life, learn from her mistakes and let them go, once and for all? Or will she choose to stay with her mother in Heaven, as it's too hard to let go of her past?

Both Sides Now

Author : Michael Ashley Ball
ISBN : OCLC:861282491
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Both Sides Now Biography Of Artists Video Recording

Author : Joni Mitchell
ISBN : OCLC:227188812
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From Both Sides Now

Author : Joni (1943-?) Mitchell
ISBN : OCLC:1045703148
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ISBN : OCLC:25684374
Genre : Comedy programs
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From Both Sides Now

Author : Philip Mahony
ISBN : 068484947X
Genre : Poetry
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The Vietnam War, America's longest -- and in some ways most devastating -- conflict, changed the course of a generation and left millions wondering, "Why?" Here, in the first-ever collection of poetry from both sides of the war, Vietnamese and American poets use their art to ponder this haunting question. Chronologically arranged to mirror the progression of the war, From Both Sides Now brings together a wide variety of opposing views, with poetry by American and Vietnamese soldiers, orphans, widows, priests, monks, political figures, and antiwar protesters. In addition to including extraordinary works from well-known poets such as Bruce Weigl, Margaret Atwood, Yusef Komunyakaa, Sharon Olds, Robert Bly, Allen Ginsberg, Grace Paley, Philip Levine, and W. S. Merwin, editor Phillip Mahony has scoured the globe to find amazing and, in some cases, never-before-published poetry by North and South Vietnamese soldiers and poets and the first postwar generation of Vietnamese-Americans. Together the words of these poets cohere to a modern, many-voiced epic about the most important event in recent American history. Poignant and accessible, the poems collected here will leave an indelible impact on all readers -- not only poetry lovers but everyone who lived through, and those who want to learn about, the Vietnam War.

Both Sides Now

Author : Joni Mitchell
ISBN : OCLC:655532226
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Both Sides Now Part 1

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ISBN : OCLC:1137842184
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This two-hour series is a revealing personal and professional portrait of Canadian singer and composer Joni Mitchell.

Both Sides Now Part 2

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ISBN : OCLC:1137832520
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This two-hour series is a revealing personal and professional portrait of Canadian singer and composer Joni Mitchell.

Joni Mitchell

Author : Ruth Charnock
ISBN : 9781501332111
Genre : Music
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Joni Mitchell: New Critical Readings recognizes the importance and innovativeness of the musician and artist Joni Mitchell and the need for a collection that theorizes her work as musician, composer, cultural commentator and antagonist. It showcases pieces by established and early career academics from the fields of popular music and literary studies on subjects such as Mitchell's guitar technique, the politics of aging in her work, and her fractious relationship with feminism. The collection features close readings of specific songs, albums, and performances while also paying keen attention to Mitchell's wider cultural contributions and significance.

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