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Romancing The Ordinary

Author : Sarah Ban Breathnach
ISBN : 0743428838
Genre : Self-actualization (Psychology)
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ROMANCING THE ORDINARY is organised as a yearbook, celebrating a spirituality of the senses seasonally, monthly and weekly. Sarah Ban Breathnach introduces the concept that women are endowed with not five, but seven senses: Sight, Hearing, Taste, Touch, Scent, Knowing and Wonder. Each day's reflection, each week, will highlight one of the senses drawing on the natural and supernatural worlds. By exulting in the ecstatic experience of daily life, by romancing your soul - working out what excites or moves you to tears, what makes your heart miss a beat, your knees shake and soul sigh - Sarah Ban Breathnach shows you how to embrace your magical, mystical, sensitive and spiritual Essential Self, restoring weary and jaded feminine souls.
Category: Self-actualization (Psychology)

Romancing The Market

Author : Stephen Brown
ISBN : 9781134669738
Genre : Business & Economics
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Romancing the Market is a radical rethinking of marketing understanding. Marketing and consumer research are dominated by the neo-classical ideals of the Enlightenment such as rigour, dispassion and the search for scientific 'truth'. In a series of provocative essays, the contributors challenge these assumptions with reference to the individuality, innovation and imagination of the Romantic movement. The book contains essays by an international selection of the most creative contemporary marketing scholars, including Elizabeth Hirschman, Russell Belk, Craig Thompson and Robin Wensley. Illuminating, controversial and cutting edge, this is an essential work for all those interested in new directions in marketing and consumer research.
Category: Business & Economics

Romancing The Past

Author : Gabrielle M. Spiegel
ISBN : 9780520089358
Genre : History
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"Reading Spiegel's book is like seeing the scattered pieces of a jigsaw puzzle of history and literature suddenly assembled in a dazzling new image, a picture that could not have been made without the master piece, the manuscript that Professor Spiegel was the first person in almost 800 years to read and interpret. Her effort is a tour de force of no mean proportion."—Stephen G. Nichols Jr., author of Romanesque Signs
Category: History

Romancing The Cowboy Mills Boon Cherish

Author : Judy Duarte
ISBN : 9781472056979
Genre : Fiction
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Jared Clayton was sure that his mother's new bookkeeper was a thief. Sabrina's beauty might be tempting, but Jared had been burned before. Then Sabrina showed the sexy Texan something he didn't know he possessed: his tender side.
Category: Fiction

Romancing The Tomes

Author : Margaret Thornton
ISBN : 9781135337551
Genre : Law
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This provocative collection of essays by scholars from the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand explores the uneasy relationship between law and popular culture from a feminist perspective. The essays not only consider the representation of law in popular culture, including film, crime fiction and the media, but also the representation of popular culture in legal texts. Romancing the Tomes shows that while popular culture is bewitched by law, particularly anything to do with sex and crime, law is anxious to resist the unruliness of popular culture. The collection is multidisciplinary, with contributors from a range of areas, including cultural studies, women's studies and legal studies. The essays are complemented by the poems of prize-winning lawyer-poet, MTC Cronin. Romancing the Tomes will appeal to a wide cross-section of academic and general readers. It is suitable for inclusion on undergraduate reading lists for law, history, women's studies, criminology and media studies, as well as any other course with an interest in cultural studies.
Category: Law

Romancing The Cowboy

Author : Judy Duarte
ISBN : 0373248881
Genre : Fiction
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Two classic tales, centering around the Calhoun family, feature "Suzanna's Surrender," in which an ex-cop falls for a beautiful single mother, and "Megan's Mate," in which Megan O'Riley finds herself falling for ship captain Nate Fury.
Category: Fiction

Romancing The Holidays

Author : Belmont Delange
ISBN : 0970671008
Genre : Fiction
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Romancing The Honeymoon

Author : Kris Bulcroft
ISBN : 076190803X
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Revealing that the honeymoon is more a product of a socially constructed view of romantic love than of the relationship of the individuals concerned, this book takes a multidisciplinary perspective, presenting a discussion of the cultural significance of the honeymoon.
Category: Family & Relationships

Romancing The Bard

Author : Martin Hunter
ISBN : 9781550023633
Genre : Drama
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A look at the Stratford Festival in its first 50 years, as it developed from a bold venture to a multi-million-dollar enterprise.
Category: Drama


Author : John Carlin
ISBN : 9781101159927
Genre : History
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Beginning in a jail cell and ending in a rugby tournament—the true story of how the most inspiring charm offensive in history brought South Africa together. After being released from prison and winning South Africa’s first free election, Nelson Mandela presided over a country still deeply divided by fifty years of apartheid. His plan was ambitious if not far-fetched: use the national rugby team, the Springboks—long an embodiment of white-supremacist rule—to embody and engage a new South Africa as they prepared to host the 1995 World Cup. The string of wins that followed not only defied the odds, but capped Mandela’s miraculous effort to bring South Africans together again in a hard-won, enduring bond. Watch a Video
Category: History