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Umbrella

Author : Will Self
ISBN : 9780802193810
Genre : Fiction
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"A brother is as easily forgotten as an umbrella."—James Joyce, Ulysses Radical and uncompromising, Umbrella is a tour de force from one of England’s most acclaimed contemporary writers, and Self’s most ambitious novel to date. Moving between Edwardian London and a suburban mental hospital in 1971, Umbrella exposes the twentieth century’s technological searchlight as refracted through the dark glass of a long term mental institution. While making his first tours of the hospital at which he has just begun working, maverick psychiatrist Zachary Busner notices that many of the patients exhibit a strange physical tic: rapid, precise movements that they repeat over and over. One of these patients is Audrey Dearth, an elderly woman born in the slums of West London in 1890. Audrey’s memories of a bygone Edwardian London, her lovers, involvement with early feminist and socialist movements, and, in particular, her time working in an umbrella shop, alternate with Busner’s attempts to treat her condition and bring light to her clouded world. Busner’s investigations into Audrey’s illness lead to discoveries about her family that are shocking and tragic.

Umbrella

Author : Ferdinand Mount
ISBN : 9781448137374
Genre : Fiction
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George Gordon, cousin to Byron, heir to a desolate Scottish estate, superficially enjoys a brilliant career: he dines at Malmaison with Napoleon and Josephine, excavates the Acropolis, shares a night in a hayloft with Metternich, inherits the Earldom of Aberdeen, marries two beautiful women, becomes Foreign Secretary twice and then ultimately Prime Minister. Yet Lord Aberdeen remains an awkward, tragic figure, increasingly at odds with his times, shattered by repeated bereavements, loathed, abused and eventually driven out of office by his fellow countrymen for his doomed efforts to prevent the Crimean War.

Raising The Corporate Umbrella

Author : Philip J. Kitchen
ISBN : 9780230554580
Genre : Business & Economics
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Corporate communications are now hugely important in the success of companies and organisations. Using cases and examples from companies such as The Body Shop, Texaco, Johnson & Johnson, BP Oil & British Airways the authors introduce the framework necessary to analyse corporate communications strategies and provide clear practical guidelines for successful implementation. A must for anyone involved in corporate communications, public relations or public affairs, especially those working in multi-national or global organisations.

How Big Is Your Umbrella

Author : Sheila Wray Gregoire
ISBN : 9780825495946
Genre : Religion
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In this down-to-earth, practical book, author Sheila Wray Gregoire takes readers on a journey through many of her own hurts. From a broken engagement to the loss of a child, Sheila is well equipped to teach others about God's faithfulness in tough times.

Under The Rock Umbrella

Author : William J. Walsh
ISBN : 0881460478
Genre : Philosophy
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American poet born between 1951 and 1977 who was not influenced by popular music and the paradigm shift that occurred in the country ... Under the Rock Umbrella brings together the best poets influenced by this powerful era in music to allow us to examine the music of each poet's own verse. --Mercer University Press.

A History Of The Umbrella

Author : T. S. Crawford
ISBN : CORNELL:31924014461929
Genre : Parasols
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Umbrella Reviews

Author : Giuseppe Biondi-Zoccai
ISBN : 9783319256559
Genre : Medical
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​This book is an ideal guide to umbrella reviews, overviews of reviews, and meta-epidemiologic studies for evidence synthesis. Research is conducted at different levels: primary research consists of original studies while secondary research comprises qualitative reviews, systematic reviews, and meta-analyses. Recently, a novel further level of research has been introduced, based on the analysis and pooling of reviews and meta-analysis. This book is the first to focus solely on this new type of research design, which permits a comprehensive and powerful synthesis of scientific evidence in medicine as well as in many other fields in order to inform decision-making. All aspects are covered, including review design and registration, the searching, abstracting, appraisal, and synthesis of evidence, the appraisal of moderators and confounders, and state of the art reporting. Case studies in a range of medical specialties are then presented. The hands-on approach of the book, written by a multinational team of experts, will enable the reader to interpret and independently conduct umbrella reviews.

The Chocolate Covered Umbrella

Author : Tilda Norberg
ISBN : 9781935205029
Genre : Religion
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A simple fun holistic and non-analytical way to let dreams speak. Dreams are a nightly school that challenges us to grow emotionally and spiritually. This book will lead readers to a new way of growing, of praying, of spiritual discovery. Dreams are a nightly school challenging us to grow emotionally and spiritually. Find a new way of growing, of praying, of spiritual discovery. This process isn't therapy but a way to explore our own dreams and open us to the Holy One in a new way. The Chocolate-Covered Umbrella contains personal examples and stories, and features step-by-step instructions on how to decode your dreams.

Under The Bisexual Umbrella

Author : Corey E. Flanders
ISBN : 9780429825019
Genre : Psychology
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This book focuses on the complexities of the bisexual umbrella—the phrase that is often used to describe a wide range of sexual identities, attractions, and behaviors that indicate attraction to more than one gender. As a consequence, the bisexual umbrella groups together a very heterogeneous group of people. The writers in this book each grapple with how the bisexual umbrella is applied to a variety of communities, people, and experiences, and discuss the benefits and costs of these applications. Topics include exploration of the similarities and differences between two-spirit people and bisexuals, including how their health concerns overlap and diverge, detailing personal and empirical experiences of sexual fluidity, descriptions of how bisexual, pansexual, and queer people conceptualize sexual identity, and explorations of pansexuality. Through these writings, the diversity underneath the bisexual umbrella is revealed. This book was originally published as a Special Issue of the Journal of Bisexuality.

Theological Reflections On The Hong Kong Umbrella Movement

Author : Justin K.H. Tse
ISBN : 9781349948468
Genre : Religion
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This book gathers the voices of four local Hong Kong theologians to reflect on the 2014 democracy protests in the city from the perspectives of Catholic social teaching, feminist and queer intersectionality, Protestant liberation, and textual exegesis. The volume also includes an extended primer on Hong Kong politics to aid readers as they reflect on the theology underlying the democracy protests. September 28, 2014 is known as the day that political consciousness in Hong Kong began to shift. As police fired eighty-seven volleys of tear gas at protesters demanding “genuine universal suffrage” in Hong Kong, the movement (termed the “Umbrella Movement”) ignited a polarizing set of debates over civil disobedience, government collusion with private interests, and democracy. The Umbrella Movement was also a theological watershed moment, a time for religious reflection. This book analyzes the role that religion played in shaping the course of this historic movement.

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