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Reflections On The Feet And Shoes Of Horses

Author : Edward Snape
ISBN : PRNC:32101055987497
Genre : Pets
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Some Feet Not Meant For Shoes

Author : Pamela Klein
ISBN : 9781462018505
Genre : Fiction
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A defiant young white woman embarks upon a mystical journey through greed, racism and intolerance to find that in a previous lifetime she was a black slave girl. Caught in the midst of a spiritual metamorphosis she is hardly aware of, Norah is torn between two worlds: the one she expects and the one she suspects. She marries a scientist who scoff s at her peculiar feelings in just the way that science can. While Norah attempts to suppress what her spirit is trying to teach her, angels appear and challenge her to look deeper within for the elusive truth. She is a reckless and undisciplined young white woman, desperate for answers to questions she is only now learning and daring to ask. For reasons she barely understands, she finds herself drawn to a wise metaphysician. Norah becomes his student and, through his illuminations, begins to feel her mystical consciousness break free and birth. As her grasp of the world around her is refined, she turns to her West Indian friends, who for Norah become the creation that slavery left behind. Told from multiple characters points of view and in the first person, Norahs unconventional tale progresses toward the awakening of her past life as an African slave, through which racism, intolerance and greed echo still. Split between cultures, colors, beliefs and even lifetimes, Norahs perspective on race and the history of hate is the ultimate catalyst for her transformation. Hers is a magical journey of loss, discovery and love that meanders naturally like a river across space and time, drifting from Los Angeles to the Caribbean islands of St. Lucia, Martinique, Guadeloupe and Dominica.

Every Step A Lotus

Author : Dorothy Ko
ISBN : 0520232836
Genre : History
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The author collects everything that is known about footbinding in China, using color and black-and-white photography to chronicle the history of the practice.

The Book Of The Feet A History Of Boots And Shoes

Author : Joseph Sparkes Hall
ISBN : OXFORD:590455183
Genre : Boots
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Shoes Chocolate For The Feet

Author : Cathy Guisewite
ISBN : 0740705555
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Continues the adventures of the intrepid career woman as she gets laid off, rehired, and must work with an ex-boyfriend-turned-business consultant.

The Book Of The Feet A History Of Boots And Shoes Second Edition

Author : Joseph Sparkes HALL
ISBN : BL:A0020422674
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Small Feet Walking In Big Shoes

Author : Clayton Mixon
ISBN : 9781426992766
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Growing up in middle Georgia during the 1950s and 1960s, author Clayton Mixon endured his share of struggles. Money wasn't easy to come by, and with the tragic death of his father, Clayton wondered how their small family would survive. Yet survive they did; he went on to a successful career in banking and eventually served as pastor for several Georgia churches. Small Feet Walking in Big Shoes details Clayton's remarkable rise from poverty to success. From the lean days when, as a nine-year-old, he sold peanuts at McSwain's Barbership for extra cash to his brief stint in the Coast Guard during the Vietnam War, Clayton shares memories of trying to find his niche in life. But he also vividly shows how the hand of God guided him through the years. After he met his future wife, Kathy, things started falling into place. Before he knew it, Clayton had a new job in the financial services industry and a new wife. Two children soon followed. As Clayton's family grew, so did his spiritual life. He began to dream of becoming a pastor and finally, in 1990, he surrendered to the call to ministry, becoming a pastor in 1994. Small Feet Walking in Big Shoes is a powerful, true story of how one man overcame adversity by placing his faith in God.

Daddy Your Shoes Didn T Fit My Feet

Author : Fred Holbrook
ISBN : 9781600348860
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Shoes Slippers And Sandals

Author : Sadie Pickup
ISBN : 9780429946691
Genre : Art
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This edited volume groups research on the significance of ancient feet and footwear, much of which was presented, discussed and reviewed at the conference: Shoes, Slippers and Sandals: Feet and Footwear in Antiquity, held at Newcastle University and the Great North Museum from 29 June–1 July 2015. Ancient dress and adornment have received significant consideration in recent scholarship, though, strikingly, feet and footwear have featured relatively little in this discussion. This volume aims to rectify this imbalance through its fifteen chapters covering a wide range of aspects associated with feet and footwear in classical antiquity. Contributions are grouped under four headings: ‘Envisaging footwear’, ‘Following footprints’, ‘One from a pair’ and ‘Between representation and reality’, reflecting the broad range and interdisciplinary nature of the approaches undertaken.

Feet And Footwear A Cultural Encyclopedia

Author : Margo DeMello
ISBN : 9780313357152
Genre : Social Science
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Take a walk in someone else's shoes in this fascinating examination of shoes and feet around the world! This one-of-a-kind A-Z reference work contains over 150 fascinating entries and intriguing sidebars that look at feet and adornment of feet across the many cultures of the world throughout time. A wide range of international and multicultural topics are covered, including foot binding, fetishes, diseases of the foot, customs and beliefs related to the foot, shoe construction, myths and folktales featuring feet or shoes, the history of footwear, iconic brands and types of shoes, important celebrities associated with shoes, and the types of footwear worn around the world. This exhaustive compilation is ideal for students and general readers interested in the human body, fashion, and medicine, and even scholars looking for more in-depth coverage on the social and cultural uses of the body will find it as a useful starting point in their research. Cross-references, suggestions for further reading, and a full bibliography of print and electronic resources are valuable tools for all readers. Students can use this reference work to draw cross-cultural comparisons, as well as study the evolution of footwear in terms of social, religious, and ethnic parameters. Aside from iconic American brands and types of shoes, this volume will also look at how feet are treated and viewed around the globe: removing shoes upon entering a house, washing feet for religious purposes, giving feet the spa treatment, and covering feet up for social customs. Perfect for undergraduate and high school students studying anthropology and world culture.

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