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Does macrobiotics relate only to matters of health and diet? This book illustrates the wide-ranging applications of macrobiotic thought, dispelling the myth that food is the central issue. Includes macrobiotic articles, essays, and lectures by Herman Aihara from 1979 to 1985.
A curse covered soul is found wandering the glee filled grounds of a small town fair. A map to an alien relic that could determine the destiny of a futuristic world is in the possession of a societal outcast. An ancient darkness is uncovered by members of a society overrun by centuries of peaceful tranquility. A pair of runaways are left to endure these and other such tales after stealing away into the night and stowing away in the dank confines of a locomotive freight car. Expecting to be alone for the duration of their passage, the young couple are stunned to find that they have to undertake this journey in the company of a mysterious stranger who may not be what he seems. Kaleidoscope pulls out of the station and moves along rails that carry it from the darkest depths of the netherworld to the wildest wonders in the heavens above, never forgetting to make a few scheduled stops along the way.
Seraphim In the dream it was the seraphim who camegolden, six-wingedwith eyes of aquamarineand set my hair aflameand spoke in a language which written down -- an elegant script of candelabras and chalices -- spelled out my name but it was not my name The mornings following were bright as wingssky's intricate cirrusthe feathers under his wingsthe wind's great rushthe bladed beat of his wings Mare's tails traced the passage of his seraphic chariot Hummingbirds ruby-throated roared and brakedin the timeless isinglass air and burned like coalshigh in the fronds of a brass palm sunbirds sanggirasoles swung their cadmium-coloured hairand I heard the seraphim telling once againthe letters of my name but my name was lost in the spoken syllables by Summer, 1976 1997.
A leading authority's panoramic history compares the experiences of immigrant-ethnic groups, African-Americans, and Native Americans to each other and in relation to the national political culture.
In an attempt to wipe out his debts, Jack Romaine, a small-time gambler in 1929 Cincinnati, agrees to take on a task given to him by a local gangster to track down a mysterious woman who could lead him to a hidden fortune.
An accessible, timely, and stimulating introduction to the sociology of gender, The Kaleidoscope of Gender: Prisms, Patterns, and Possibilities, Third Edition, provides a comprehensive analysis of key ideas, theories, and applications in this field as viewed through the metaphor of a kaleidoscope. This collection of creative articles by top scholars explains how the complex, evolving pattern of gender is constructed interpersonally, institutionally, and culturally and challenges students to question how gender shapes their daily lives. Like the prior edition, the Third Edition maintains a focus on contemporary contributions to the field while incorporating classical and theoretical arguments to provide a broad framework. Integrating a cross-cultural focus and intersectional inquiry, this unique text/reader vividly illustrates that gender is a malleable continuum of prisms, patterns, and possibilities.

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