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Out Here

Author : Ursula K. Le Guin
ISBN : 0972860940
Genre : Local author
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Category: Local author

Out Here

Author : Dominika Ferens
ISBN : 9781443806480
Genre : Social Science
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Out Here originates from a series of queer studies conferences which took place in Poland between 2002 and 2004, and includes essays, an autobiographical account, and two short stories. Their authors are of eight nationalities: Canadian, Belgian, Flemish, German, Hungarian, Polish, Spanish, Ukrainian, and U.S. American. The academic papers represent a wide range of disciplines: philosophy, literature, ethnography, cultural and gender studies. Some combine theoretical insights and critical analysis with suggestions for activism. The short stories explore the formative moments of a queer adolescence in Anglophone Canada. The eclecticism of Out Here reflects the cauldron-like mix of concerns taken up locally in places considered peripheral in relation to the centers of queer theory in British and American academia. It is out here (or back then), often within the context of rampant homophobia, that queer methodologies prove especially productive. Out here, queer theory is alive and kicking. Whether the authors write about sexual awakenings in Sri Lanka and Canada, or heterosexism in contemporary Ukraine, Hungary, Belgian parks, and 1970s Britain, or racial exclusion in American gay bars, or the veiled homophobia of Polish textbooks, what connects them is the commitment to questioning the limitations placed on queer desire.
Category: Social Science

Out Here By Ourselves

Author : Diane Duggan
ISBN : 0815336217
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Significant underestimates of cooling loads can result from the use of rural temperature data. This guide presents the results of long-term measurements of air temperatures at 80 sites around London and includes on a diskette a design tool to allow the designer to modify Bracknell temperature data. It also outlines techniques to reduce the effects of the Central London heat island by careful design of the building and its surroundings.
Category: Health & Fitness

It S Spooky Out Here But I Don T Care

Author : Linda Samuels
ISBN : 9781452024608
Genre : Humor
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These fun stories were written for both boys and girls.Some stories are quite silly to make you giggle.Some stories you'll squeal and say eeyoou.But all of these stories were written for you.
Category: Humor

Except For All The Snakes I Just Love It Out Here

Author : L. Lee Cowan
ISBN : 9781608443611
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This book is guaranteed: if you don't laugh out loud or find it a delight, return it and your money will be cheerfully refunded. Cowan's unique, strong voice let's you see, like a live performance, the adventures and challenges she and her husband face as they leave behind careers, cities, and pavement to create new lives. Her conversational style will remind you of letters from a favorite cousin as she weaves profound insights into whacky situations. Open descriptions of the hard confrontations and choices in her marriage, life, and cultural changes are right next to recipes for custard pie and potato soup. Wine enthusiasts, exhausted professionals dreaming of escape, sailors, artists, couples determined to stay married, gardeners, pet lovers, and everyone who enjoys true adventure gone awry will relate to this exceptionally personal journal. Charmed, they may find themselves comparing Cowan's work to Erma Bombeck, Garrison Keiler, or Anne Lamott. Lee Cowan lives deep in the woods of the Arkansas Ozark Mountains with her husband, two dogs, and a cat. These Beings, physical health, a blessed multitude of The World's Best Friends, offspring, and plenty of money render her life bearable. She's been lost and confused much of it. Wandering around the United States and the world in her quest for belonging and meaning, she kept returning to Arkansas. Her internal journey and willingness to take on the unknown led to a variety of experiences with spirituality, relationships, and vocations. Over time, she became a psychotherapist, making a decent living and occasionally helping someone. At 61, she's still in transition. This is Lee's first book, and she hopes you in-joy every bite of it. If you do, you can order more, and see her visual art, at www.StoneCountyArt.com.
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Out Here At The Front

Author : Nora Saltonstall
ISBN : 1555535984
Genre : History
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Publishes for the first time the World War I letters of Nora Saltonstall, a young woman from a prominent New England family who left her comfortable circumstances to volunteer for service on the Western Front.
Category: History

Look Out Here Comes Trouble

Author : Pippa Duffy
ISBN : 9781499088007
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Come join us down on the farm! There you can meet our hero Graham Grunter, the pig sometimes known as Superham...along with Henry the cockerel and Cockita the hen. Let's not forget Griselda the Giddy goat and the Ghastly Gaggle of Geese...and of course Jack, who goes to Cockita's rescue and pits his strength against Evel Ksniezle, the worst weasel in the world! This book is for boys and girls aged six to sixty...and beyond.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

We Have It Damn Hard Out Here

Author : Thomas W. Smith
ISBN : 087338623X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The story of Sergeant W. Smith's service in the Civil War, and those of his regiment, the 6th Pennsylvania Cavalry, told in his own words. The 67 letters provide insight into the daily life of a noncommissioned officer and are annotated with narrative explaining the events.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

It S Colder Than An Ice Monkey Out Here

Author : Walter Perry
ISBN : 9781618974525
Genre : Fiction
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This quirky little story takes place in the vast winter wilderness of Alaska, where a young army sergeant assumes command of a small maintenance team to recover a broken-down vehicle left behind by an engineering outfit on a training exercise.Sergeant Snerly receives the assignment upon his arrival in Alaska. With hardly enough time to settle into his new digs, he is given another surprising and secret assignment from his psychotic commanding general.As Snerly and his team make their way, some strange events occur that elicit more than simple awe. And despite the odd setbacks put before them, Snerly and his team carry on with their mission.After returning to base, the team findsIt?s Colder Than an Ice Monkey Out Here when Snerly betrays the general by confiding in his sergeant, MSG Toughman. If you thought you knew what the military is like, this humorous novel will be an eye opener.
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They Are All Red Out Here

Author : Jeffrey A. Johnson
ISBN : 9780806185804
Genre : History
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One of early-twentieth-century America’s most fertile grounds for political radicalism, the Pacific Northwest produced some of the most dedicated and successful socialists the country has ever seen. As a radicalized labor force emerged in mining, logging, and other extractive industries, socialists employed intensive organizational and logistical skills to become an almost permanent third party that won elections and shook the confidence of establishment rivals. At the height of Socialist Party influence just before World War I, a Montana member declared, “They are all red out here.” In this first book to fully examine the development of the American Socialist Party in the Northwest, Jeffrey A. Johnson draws a sharp picture of one of the most vigorous left-wing organizations of this era. Relying on party newspapers, pamphlets, and correspondence, he allows socialists to reveal their own strategies as they pursued their agendas in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana. And he explores how the party gained sizable support in Butte, Spokane, and other cities seldom associated today with left-wing radicalism. “They Are All Red Out Here” employs recent approaches to labor history by restoring rank-and-file workers and party organizers as active participants in shaping local history. The book marks a major contribution to the ongoing debate over why socialism never grew deep roots in American soil and no longer thrives here. It is a work of political and labor history that uncovers alternative social and political visions in the American West.
Category: History