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The Australian Women S Diary 2019

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ISBN : 1864768274
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The original and most comprehensive diary for women who require an on the spot reference for all daily tasks. This edition is full colour throughout and a perfect handbag size.
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2017 Australian Woman S Diary

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ISBN : 1488904790
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Enjoy keeping track of your upcoming activities and appointments with the beautiful Australian Woman's Diary 2017. A practical size for carrying in a handbag, so you always have it on the go, this diary includes convenient pages for personal information and phone numbers, and school and public holiday dates. It also includes 2017 & 2018 yearly calendar at a glance, on handy gatefolds. With a gorgeous design and carefully selected quote at the start of every week (from Emily Dickenson to Cate Blanchett, as uplifting as they are inspiring), this diary will become a treasured part of your daily life.
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Australian Girls Do It Better

Author : Gab Kay
ISBN : 168913173X
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Australian Girls Do It Better Journal Notebook Paperback Details include 120 blank lined black and white interior pages with white paper in a matte cover finish Size 6x9 inches
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Notes From A Black Woman S Diary

Author : Kathleen Collins
ISBN : 9780062800961
Genre : Fiction
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A RECOMMENDED BOOK OF 2019 FROM Vanity Fair * Vogue * The Huffington Post A stunning collection of fiction, diary entries, screenplays, and scripts by the brilliant African-American artist and filmmaker Relatively unknown during her life, the artist, filmmaker, and writer Kathleen Collins emerged on the literary scene in 2016 with the posthumous publication of the short story collection Whatever Happened to Interracial Love? Said Zadie Smith, “To be this good and yet to be ignored is shameful, but her rediscovery is a great piece of luck for us.” That rediscovery continues in Notes from a Black Woman’s Diary, which spans genres to reveal the breadth and depth of the late author’s talent. The compilation is anchored by more of Collins’s short stories, which, striking and powerful in their brevity, reveal the ways in which relationships are both formed and come undone. Also collected here is the work Collins wrote for the screen and stage: the screenplay of her film Losing Ground, in which a professor discovers that the student film she’s agreed to act in has uncomfortable parallels to her own life; and the script for The Brothers, a play about the potent effects of sexism and racism on a midcentury middle-class black family. And finally, it is in Collins’s raw and prescient diaries that her nascent ideas about race, gender, marriage, and motherhood first play out on the page. Kathleen Collins’s writing brings to life vibrant characters whose quotidian concerns powerfully illuminate the particular joys, challenges, and heartbreaks rendered by the African-American experience. By turns empowering, exuberant, sexy, and poignant, Notes from a Black Woman’s Diary is a brilliant compendium of an inimitable talent, and a rich portrait of a writer hard at work.
Category: Fiction

Needlework And Women S Identity In Colonial Australia

Author : Lorinda Cramer
ISBN : 9781350069640
Genre : Design
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In gold-rush Australia, social identity was in flux: gold promised access to fashionable new clothes, a grand home, and the goods to furnish it, but could not buy gentility. Needlework and Women's Identity in Colonial Australia explores how the wives, mothers, sisters, and daughters who migrated to the newly formed colony of Victoria used their needle skills as a powerful claim to social standing. Focusing on one of women's most common daily tasks, the book examines how needlework's practice and products were vital in the contest for social position in the turmoil of the first two decades of the Victorian rush from 1851. Placing women firmly at the center of colonial history, it explores how the needle became a tool for stitching together identity. From decorative needlework to household making and mending, women's sewing was a vehicle for establishing, asserting, and maintaining social status. Interdisciplinary in scope, Needlework and Women's Identity in Colonial Australia draws on material culture, written primary sources, and pictorial evidence, to create a rich portrait of the objects and manners that defined genteel goldfields living. Giving voice to women's experiences and positioning them as key players in the fabric of gold-rush society, this volume offers a fresh critical perspective on gender and textile history.
Category: Design

The Shorter Wisden 2019

Author : Lawrence Booth
ISBN : 9781472963871
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The Shorter Wisden is a compelling distillation of what's best in its bigger brother – and the 2019 edition of Wisden is crammed, as ever, with the best writing in the game. Wisden's digital version includes the influential Notes by the Editor, full coverage of the Pakistan and India tours of England in 2018, and all the front-of-book articles, among which Wisden celebrates the end of Alastair Cook's career, and looks back 100 years to cricket's first post-war season. In an age of snap judgments, Wisden's authority and integrity are more important than ever. Yet again this year's edition is truly a “must-have” for every cricket fan. In essence, The Shorter Wisden is a glass of the finest champagne rather than the whole bottle. @WisdenAlmanack
Category: Sports & Recreation

Test Match Special Diary

Author : Test Match Special
ISBN : 9781471188329
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Few things are as evocative of the English summer as Test Match Special, and in 2019 the team had the biggest cricket season ever to cover, with the men's and women's Ashes series and the ICC World Cup all taking place. The action didn't disappoint, as TMS listeners tuned in to follow some of the most exciting action you could wish for. Now, in this brilliant and compelling account of the summer, we get to see behind the scenes to find out what really goes on in the commentary box. As well as covering all the key events on the field to ensure the reader can relive a brilliant summer, the Test Match Special Diary takes the reader to the heart of the action to join Aggers and the rest of the crew. Relive the stunning drama of England's nailbiting World Cup victory in a Super Over, or Ben Stokes's match-winning innings to save the Ashes at Headingley, and find out how the commentary team coped as the tension mounted during some of the greatest games in cricketing history. As well as the cricket, we get to hear from the guests who inspired them and about the cakes that were irresistible; the bloopers that had them in stitches to the incredible moments that will never be forgotten - it's all here in this fascinating book. Filled with contributions from all the regulars in the TMS commentary box, including Jonathan Agnew, Geoffrey Boycott, Isa Guha, Alison Mitchell, Phil Tufnell and Michael Vaughan, along with some of the most obscure cricketing trivia from scorers Andrew Samson and Andy Zaltzman, this is a book that no fan of Test Match Special can be without.
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Education Work And Catholic Life

Author : Anne Keary
ISBN : 9789811389894
Genre : Social Science
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This book reports on innovative interdisciplinary research in the field of cultural studies. The study spans the early twentieth to twenty-first centuries and fills a gap in our understanding of how girls’ and women’s religious identity is shaped by maternal and institutional relations. The unique research focuses on the stories of thirteen groups of Australian mothers and daughters, including the maternal genealogy of the editor of the book. Extended conversations conducted twenty years apart provide a situated approach to locating the everyday practices of women, while the oral storytelling presents a rich portrayal of how these girls and women view themselves and their relationship as mothers and daughters. The book introduces the key themes of education, work and life transitions as they intersect with generational change and continuity, gender and religion, and the non-linear transitional stories are told across the life-course examining how Catholic pasts shaped, and continue to shape, the participants’ lives. Adopting a multi-methodological approach to research drawing on photographs, memorabilia passed among mothers and daughters, journal entries and letters, it describes how women’s lives are lived in different spaces and negotiated through diverse material and symbolic dimensions.
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British India White Australia

Author : Kama Maclean
ISBN : 9781742244754
Genre : History
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‘Commonwealth, curry and cricket’ has become the belaboured phrase by which Australia seeks to emphasise its shared colonial heritage with India and improve bilateral relations in the process. Yet it is misleading because the legacy of empire differs in profound ways in both countries. British India, White Australia explores connections between Australia and India through the lens of the British Empire by tracing the lives of people of Indian descent in Australia, from Australian Federation to Indian independence. The White Australia Policy was firmly in place while both countries were part of the British Empire. Australia was nominally self-governing but still attached very strongly to Britain; India was driven by the desire for independence. The racist immigration policies of dominions like Australia, and Britain’s inability to reform them, further animated nationalist sentiments in India. In this original, landmark work Kama Maclean calls for more meaningful dialogue about and acknowledgment of the constraints placed upon Indians in Australia and those attempting to immigrate. Indians are now the fastest-growing group of migrants in Australia, yet their presence has a long history, as told in this book. ‘An inspiring and necessary revelation offering new definitions of what it means to be Australian — and humane — in our post-colonial, globalised world.’ – Sunil Badami ‘At last a history of the triangular relations between the United Kingdom, India and Australia. As this brilliant book shows, only by escaping empire can Australians and Indians forge independent relations based on reciprocity and mutual respect.’ — Professor Marilyn Lake ‘Original and pioneering, this connected history looks at Indian—Australian relations through Empire, race, and postcolonial belonging...told with deep scholarship, irony and style.’ — Professor Dilip Menon ‘Australians know little about their shared history with India. In this groundbreaking book, Kama Maclean, Australia’s leading scholar of South Asia, fills the gap.’ — Professor Lyndall Ryan
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Catching Snow A Gratitude Journal Inspired By One Woman S Quest For Seeking Light In The Dark

Author : Sarah Coats Chandler
ISBN : 9198538926
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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In a world where we are constantly connected, we can often feel disconnected from ourselves. A steady stream of intrusions from modern life dominate our attention and leave little time to reflect and be thankful. Internal and external pressures to be constantly busy, to consume more and be available to others can feel overwhelming.A loss of self or displacement can happen to any of us, triggered by a move, a career change, a birth, a death. Or it could just be life. It is all too easy to become lost in the whirr of the every day.Catching Snow is one woman's journey to be thankful for all that life has to offer - and a gratitude diary to inspire others to reconnect to what matters most. This book gives you the space, inspiration and courage to see the light where there is darkness, to look beyond the bleakness or the seemingly impossible. To try to catch snow.Sarah Coats Chandler is a 40-something-year-old Australian woman living a life unexpected. Random life choices made throughout her 20s and 30s have seen her live and work in the UK, Ireland, Spain and Sweden. To pay the bills, she is a writer and editor in the commercial world, but her real passion is exploring the emotional, professional and physical impacts of living in foreign places and experiencing life through a foreign lens.She has been an 'immigrant in denial' since 2001 and she currently resides in Stockholm with her husband, two children and two cats.
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