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Remains Of The Everyday

Author : Joshua Goldstein
ISBN : 9780520299801
Genre : History
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Remains of the Everyday traces the changing material culture and industrial ecology of China through the lens of recycling. Over the last century, waste recovery and secondhand goods markets have been integral to Beijing’s economic functioning and cultural identity, and acts of recycling have figured centrally in the ideological imagination of modernity and citizenship. On the one hand, the Chinese state has repeatedly promoted acts of voluntary recycling as exemplary of conscientious citizenship. On the other, informal recycling networks—from the night soil carriers of the Republican era to the collectors of plastic and cardboard in Beijing’s neighborhoods today—have been represented as undisciplined, polluting, and technologically primitive due to the municipal government’s failure to control them. The result, Joshua Goldstein argues, is the repeatedly re-inscribed exclusion of waste workers from formations of modern urban citizenship as well as the intrinsic liminality of recycling itself as an economic process.
Category: History

My Own Private Hell

Author : Annie Hunter
ISBN : 9781642145847
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Beaten and abused, talked to worse than a dog, do I stay with my husband, or do I take our sons and run away? Do I just give up my husband to his mistress, or fight to keep him? Do I forgive him and do we live happily ever after? To find out, read the book to see into my own private hell.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

No Name

Author : Wilkie Collins
ISBN : UCAL:$B182852
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Maledicta

Author : Reinhold Aman
ISBN : PSU:000025963298
Genre : Cant
File Size : 89.52 MB
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Category: Cant

Mosquito

Author : Gayl Jones
ISBN : 9780807083475
Genre : Fiction
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Sojourner Nadine Jane Johnson, an African-American truck driver also known as Mosquito, inadvertently becomes involved in the "new underground railroad," a sanctuary movement for Mexican immigrants.
Category: Fiction

History Of Shit

Author : Dominique Laporte
ISBN : 0262621606
Genre : History
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History of Shit is emblematic of a wild and adventurous strain of 1970s' theoretical writing that attempted to marry theory, politics, sexuality, pleasure, experimentation, and humor.
Category: History

Wim Delvoye

Author : Wim Delvoye
ISBN : STANFORD:36105111890518
Genre : Art
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Essays by Georges Bataille, Dan Cameron, Salvador Dali, Milan Kundera, Domique Laporte, Gerardo Mosquera, Dieter Roelstraete, Peter Sloterdijk and Peter Bexte.
Category: Art

Peacekeepers

Author : Dan Harvey
ISBN : STANFORD:36105111016593
Genre : Ireland
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Peacekeepers tells the gripping inside story of the extraordinary life of a platoon of Irish soldiers abroad. Set against the controversial background of the withdrawal of the Israeli army following their shocking invasion of Lebanon, in the rollercoster intensity and drama of the dangerous and unpredictable role of the Irish solider as peacekeeper is told here for the first time South Lebanon 1985: a tension-filled time and terrain full of high incident. Ruthless Israeli-backed militia gangs were attempting to extend their control over crucial areas and force the UN peacekeeping force out. Violence, intimidation and threats at gun point kept terrified Shia villagers in fear. Peacekeepers tells the gripping inside story of the extraordinary life of a platoon of Irish soldiers abroad. Set against the controversial background of the withdrawal of the Israeli army following their shocking invasion of Lebanon, in the rollercoster intensity and drama of the dangerous and unpredictable role of the Irish soldier as peacekeeper is revealed for the first time.Written by a soldier who served three tours at this explosive time, the book is a no-holds-barred account of a desperate struggle Ireland has been involved in for the last 23 years.
Category: Ireland

Private Eye

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ISBN : UOM:39015068986663
Genre : English wit and humor
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Category: English wit and humor

The River Where Blood Is Born

Author : Sandra Jackson-Opoku
ISBN : 034542476X
Genre : Fiction
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The great river goddess and the ancestor mothers watch over their descendants as they are kidnapped from Africa and forced into slavery, and as they escape slavery and struggle to survive in a land in which they are despised
Category: Fiction

The Knockout Artist

Author : Harry Crews
ISBN : PSU:000022958839
Genre : Fiction
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Eugene Talmadge Biggs escapes poverty in Georgia to become a boxer in New Orleans, selling his soul to the city's seamy underworld for money to send home to his family
Category: Fiction

A Forest Of Flowers

Author : Ken Saro-Wiwa
ISBN : UOM:39015037405258
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A Forest of Flowers is a collection of nineteen short stories which explore the absurdity of life for characters whose ambitions, modest as they are, are constantly thwarted by disgruntled spirits - in the form of idle and corrupt officials, adulterous spouses, envious relatives and grasping, untrustworthy entrepreneurs. Through a series of episodes, seemingly parochial and small scale, a nation is shown cracking up under the pressures of maladministration, corporate greed, sloth, ignorance and mercenary self-interest, while its people struggle against government neglect and abuse, racketeering, poverty, disease, superstition and ethnic mistrust.
Category: Literary Criticism