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Lost And Found In Space

Author : Angela Cartwright
ISBN : 1944068236
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This is the long awaited paperback edition of the pictorial memoir by the two youngest stars of the iconic TV Classic "Lost in Space." The book was written in time for the 50th anniversary of the show and the release of the Blu Ray remastered episodes. This authorized book has over 200 never before behind the scenes images. The popularity of the premium version proved that the fans of this show will continue to keep it alive in the hearts of generations to come.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Dark Universe Lost And Found

Author : Henryk Frystacki
ISBN : 9781446128060
Genre : Science
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"Dark Universe - Lost and Found -" focuses on dark energy and its description by rotary processes in space-time, providing explanations for time and expanding space. This review of classical space-time enlightens on hidden 96% of energies in our universe.
Category: Science

Lost And Found In Translation

Author : Martha J. Cutter
ISBN : 9780807876824
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Starting with Salman Rushdie's assertion that even though something is always lost in translation, something can always be gained, Martha Cutter examines the trope of translation in twenty English-language novels and autobiographies by contemporary ethnic American writers. She argues that these works advocate a politics of language diversity--a literary and social agenda that validates the multiplicity of ethnic cultures and tongues in the United States. Cutter studies works by Asian American, Native American, African American, and Mexican American authors. She argues that translation between cultures, languages, and dialects creates a new language that, in its diversity, constitutes the true heritage of the United States. Through the metaphor of translation, Cutter demonstrates, writers such as Maxine Hong Kingston, Sherman Alexie, Toni Morrison, and Richard Rodriguez establish a place within American society for the many languages spoken by multiethnic and multicultural individuals. Cutter concludes with an analysis of contemporary debates over language policy, such as English-only legislation, the recognition of Ebonics, and the growing acceptance of bilingualism. The focus on translation by so many multiethnic writers, she contends, offers hope in our postmodern culture for a new condition in which creatively fused languages renovate the communications of the dominant society and create new kinds of identity for multicultural individuals.
Category: Literary Criticism

Lost And Found Worlds

Author : Amy Rozenberg
ISBN : 9781466910164
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Plantation life and hotel life with my grandparents and parents was very safe and protected to me, just before WWII. Then the wartime, with the Japanese invasion and their concentration camp, severed me ruthlessly from my familiar and secure surroundings, and all hell broke loose. It never became the same ever again, even after the war was over. My parents, me, and half a million of my people left the country of our birth and traveled from continent to continent.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Lost And Found In Johannesburg

Author : Mark Gevisser
ISBN : 9781847088598
Genre : History
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As a boy growing up in 1970s Johannesburg Mark Gevisser would play 'Dispatcher', a game that involved sitting in his father's parked car (or in the study) and sending imaginary couriers on routes across the city, mapped out from Holmden's Register of Johannesburg. As the imaginary fleet made its way across the troubled city and its tightly bound geographies, so too did the young dispatcher begin to figure out his own place in the world. At the centre of Lost and Found in Johannesburg is the account of a young boy who is obsessed with maps and books, and other boys. Mark Gevisser's account of growing up as the gay son of Jewish immigrants, in a society deeply affected - on a daily basis - by apartheid and its legacy, provides a uniquely layered understanding of place and history. It explores a young man's maturation into a fully engaged and self-aware citizen, first of his city, then of his country and the world beyond. This is a story of memory, identity and an intensely personal relationship with the City of Gold. It is also the story of a violent home invasion and its aftermath, and of a man's determination to reclaim his home town.
Category: History

Lost And Found

Author : Charles W. McAdam
ISBN : 9781587210259
Genre : Fiction
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Liz Culkin and Hugh Staynback experience love at first sight while students at Rutgers College in New Jersey, in 1948. Glorying in their first experience in romantic love, they are convinced that no power on earth could ever come between them. Of course, they are mistaken, as Hugh's commitment to his invalid mother coupled with his other family members' refusal to commit themselves to such an intrusion into their lives, leads to a truly heartbreaking separation of the lovers. This tale traces their lives, alternately, over a span of twenty years during which time they experience the good and the bad, with the latter, especially in Liz's case, being the dominant condition. As a high school principal she becomes entangled with a succession of men of power who resent her success in a male-dominated society and her fierce determination to stand by her principles regardless of the cost to herself. While she is surviving these twenty years, she often longs for the love and devotion she thought she had found in Hugh, who also experiences many difficult years, especially when he is exposed to the ravages of war in Korea. It is during those most difficult years when he frequently immerses himself in his memories of Liz and of the ecstatic love they once shared. Then, one day in 1972 Hugh decides that he must find Liz, and he launches his search in a most unorthodox manner, by reserving a banquet room in a facility in Hackensack, N.J., where he fully intends to be a groom at a wedding reception in the near future.
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Spatial Schemas And Abstract Thought

Author : Merideth Gattis
ISBN : 0262571692
Genre : Psychology
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Proposes the means by which spatial structures might be adapted for nonspatial purposes, and it considers alternatives to spatial coding as a basis for abstract thought.
Category: Psychology

Lust S Latinum Lost And Found

Author : Paula M. Block
ISBN : 9781476779317
Genre : Fiction
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Business is down at Quark’s Public House, Café, Gaming Emporium, Holosuite Arcade, and Ferengi Embassy to Bajor. Way down. Lower level of hell down. The station is bustling, but residents and visitors are spending more time (and latinum) at the new Deep Space 9's park, sports fields, theater, swimming complex, and who knows what else, than they are at Quark’s establishment. All of Quark's misfortunes just could be reversed, however, when he finds out that one of the steamiest holonovels to hit the Alpha Quadrant in years is up for grabs. And he has an inroad to acquiring it before anyone else. Or does he?
Category: Fiction

K 2 Maths Space Activities

Author : Merryn Whitfield
ISBN : 9781863976060
Genre : Geometry
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These activities are designed to enhance the use of concrete materials within the classroom while exploring the mathematical concepts of regular and irregular shapes and objects; space, line and symmetry; location, direction and position. Students will be involved in manipulating, classifying and describing 2D shapes and 3D objects.
Category: Geometry

Middle Lost And Found

Author : Jamie Ford
ISBN : 9780749016852
Genre : Fiction
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A short story from Jamie Ford, the New York Times bestselling author of Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet.
Category: Fiction