ALWAYS A LITTLE FURTHER

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Always A Little Further

Author : Alastair Borthwick
ISBN : 9781910240274
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Alastair Borthwick’s classic tale of camping, hiking and climbing tells of the freedom and fellowship enjoyed by climbers in Scotland in the 1930s. His beautiful, vivid descriptions of the landscape are only rivalled by his colourfully drawn, highly entertaining cast of characters, all of whom are passionate about the outdoors and their place within it. Borthwick takes his reader - via road, campsite and bothy - from Arrochar to Glencoe; from the Cuillin to Lairig Ghru. Encounters with tramps, tinkers and hawkers, and of hitching to Ben Nevis in a lorry full of dead sheep, are all described in Borthwick's light-hearted style. He weaves a hilarious tale, aided by the eccentric folk he meets, and this light-hearted read continues to delight, decades after it was first published. Always A Little Further is essential reading for any climber, or indeed anyone, who longs to be transported from the mundane day to day to the wilds of Scotland.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Fieldwork In Educational Settings

Author : Sara Delamont
ISBN : 041524837X
Genre : Education
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This new edition brings original, best-selling text right up-to-date for new researchers and includes a new chapter on computer software for data handling.
Category: Education

Poems Stories And Writings

Author : Margeret Tait
ISBN : 9781847776617
Genre : Poetry
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Margaret Tait (1918-1999) was a pioneering filmmaker for whom words and images made the world real. In 'documentary', she wrote, real things 'lose their reality ... and there's no poetry in that. In poetry, something else happens.' If film, for Tait, was a poetic medium, her poems are works of craft and observation that are generous and independent in their vision of the world, poems that make seeing happen. Sarah Neely, Lecturer in Film at the University of Stirling, draws on Tait's three poetry collections, her book of short stories, her magazine articles and unpublished notebooks to make available for the first time a collection of the full range of Tait's writing. Her introduction discusses Tait as filmmaker and writer in the context of mid-twentieth-century Scottish culture, and a comprehensive list of bibliographic and film resources provides an indispensible guide for further exploration.
Category: Poetry

Go A Little Further

Author : Joan Thomas
ISBN : 9781619581777
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 29.34 MB
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In Go a Little Further, Joan Thomas shares the life and legacy of her husband Major W. Ian Thomas, evangelical Christian writer, teacher and founder of the Torchbearer bible schools. This book is part biography, part history, and packed full of individual stories about Ian Thomas and the Torchbearers ministry.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Casebook Of Carnacki The Ghost Finder

Author : William Hope Hodgson
ISBN : 1840225297
Genre : Fiction in English
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Thomas Carnacki is a ghost-finder, an Edwardian psychic detective, investigating a wide range of terrifying hauntings presented in the nine stories in this complete collection of his adventures.
Category: Fiction in English

Cast Your Bread

Author : Warren Ravenscroft
ISBN : 9781499033885
Genre : Self-Help
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This book is about Christian devotional material and storiessome in depth, most just an easy read. Challenging to living the Christian calling, it is all about God and not about me.
Category: Self-Help

The Absent Body

Author : Drew Leder
ISBN : 0226470008
Genre : Philosophy
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The body plays a central role in shaping our experience of the world. Why, then, are we so frequently oblivious to our own bodies? We gaze at the world, but rarely see our own eyes. We may be unable to explain how we perform the simplest of acts. We are even less aware of our internal organs and the physiological processes that keep us alive. In this fascinating work, Drew Leder examines all the ways in which the body is absent—forgotten, alien, uncontrollable, obscured. In part 1, Leder explores a wide range of bodily functions with an eye to structures of concealment and alienation. He discusses not only perception and movement, skills and tools, but a variety of "bodies" that philosophers tend to overlook: the inner body with its anonymous rhythms; the sleeping body into which we nightly lapse; the prenatal body from which we first came to be. Leder thereby seeks to challenge "primacy of perception." In part 2, Leder shows how this phenomenology allows us to rethink traditional concepts of mind and body. Leder argues that Cartesian dualism exhibits an abiding power because it draws upon life-world experiences. Descartes' corpus is filled with disruptive bodies which can only be subdued by exercising "disembodied" reason. Leder explores the origins of this notion of reason as disembodied, focusing upon the hidden corporeality of language and thought. In a final chapter, Leder then proposes a new ethic of embodiment to carry us beyond Cartesianism. This original, important, and accessible work uses examples from the author's medical training throughout. It will interest all those concerned with phenomenology, the philosophy of mind, or the Cartesian tradition; those working in the health care professions; and all those fascinated by the human body.
Category: Philosophy