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The Aura Is Radical

Author : Robert E. Harris, Jr.
ISBN : 9781410750686
Genre : Fiction
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The Aura Is Radical

Author : Esq Robert E. Harris
ISBN : 1403390703
Genre : Fiction
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The Aura Is Radical Revisited

Author : R. E. Harris
ISBN : 1495410625
Genre : Fiction
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The Aura is Radical Revisited is honest and sometimes dark. It is also humorous, enlightening, and motivating. It is a love story between father and son that ends tragically. It takes on many current issues in spousal and family relationships. Michael Edaline is an indulgent father trying to understand his son's obsessive search for his “birth” mother. Michael's failed relations frustrate his quest. Challenged to find success through adversity, Michael takes responsibility, daring to toss aside the lies that supported his ego. In a moment of profound grief, Michael illustrates his radical aura through memories that span 50 years from 1950 to 2000. His travels take him through the urban centers of Michigan, California, and Texas, from the military, to prison, and universities across the nation. In an effort to understand the tragedy, Michael takes a compelling look at the events that led to it. In doing so, he discovers he is the unexpected result of adversity. He is saved when he discovers harnessed anger fuels his dreams, his true sense of being and beautiful but radical aura. This work explores how one may manage in a life with children suffering estrangement and difficult parents. A reminder that misunderstood or in too small a measure, love can be hurtful and mean.
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Popular Forms For A Radical Theatre

Author : Caridad Svich
ISBN : 9780578098098
Genre : Fiction
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POPULAR FORMS FOR A RADICAL THEATRE is a collection of articles and interviews edited by playwrights Caridad Svich and Sarah Ruhl exploring populism, theatre practice, and radicalism. The book includes essays by Todd London, W. David Hancock, Diane Paulus, Aleks Sierz, Will Eno, Jonathan Kalb, Michael Friedman and interviews with Eugenio Barba, Dijana Miloseviv, Nina Steiger, Scott Graham, Richard Maxwell and Brian Mendes. A vital and provocative collection for students, practitioners, and scholars in theatre and performance.
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Radical Awareness

Author : Catherine Dowling
ISBN : 9780738743790
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Experience a profound engagement with life through the transformational power of spiritual awakenings. Presenting a simple and safe system that can be applied to daily living, Radical Awareness shows you how to achieve the mystical state of oneness. Join author Catherine Dowling as she offers meditation techniques, hands-on exercises, and breathwork methods for enlightenment and expanded awareness. Exploring five practices for turning everyday experiences into opportunities for spiritual growth, you will learn to move past fear and self-sabotage, break the bonds of anger, understand the expectations of others, honor your own values, and more. Grounded in the knowledge of ancient and contemporary world wisdom traditions, Radical Awareness is a down-to-earth, workable guide for living with passion, abundance, and serenity. Praise: “There is much learned and practiced wisdom here!”—Fr. Richard Rohr, author of Falling Upward and founder of the Center for Action and Contemplation “When you’ve read this book you will understand what mysticism and spirituality are . . . Everyone will grow with [Radical Awareness], even the most experienced. It is a truly excellent book.”—Joy Manne, PhD, author of Conscious Breathing in Everyday Life
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The Radical In Performance

Author : Baz Kershaw
ISBN : 0415186684
Genre : Performing Arts
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Investigating the crisis in contemporary theatre, this study explores the link between western theatre which is becoming increasingly outdated and the blossoming of postmodern performance.
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Radical Larkin

Author : J. Osborne
ISBN : 9781137410634
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The first critical monograph to benefit from the textual rigour of Archie Burnett's landmark edition of The Complete Poems (2012), Radical Larkin celebrates Larkin's technical genius by offering seven in-depth analyses of the stylistic strategies he used to create eleven of his most famous poems.
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The Missed Encounter Of Radical Philosophy With Architecture

Author : Nadir Lahiji
ISBN : 9781472509826
Genre : Philosophy
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The Missed Encounter of Radical Philosophy with Architecture brings together a respected team of philosophers and architecture scholars to ask what impact architecture has over today's culture and society. For three decades critical philosophy has been in discourse with architecture. Yet following the recent radical turn in contemporary philosophy, architecture's role in contemporary culture is rarely addressed. In turn, the architecture discourse in academia has remained ignorant of recent developments in radical philosophy. Providing the first platform for a debate between critics, architects and radical philosophers, this unique collection unties these two schools of thought. Contributors reason for or against the claim of the "missed encounter" between architecture and radical philosophy. They discuss why our prominent critical philosophers devote stimulating writings to the ideological impact of arts on the contemporary culture - music, literature, cinema, opera, theatre - without attempting a similar comprehensive analysis of architecture. By critically evaluating recent philosophy in relation to contemporary architecture, The Missed Encounter of Radical Philosophy with Architecture presents a thorough understanding of the new relationship between architecture and radical philosophy.
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Radical Welcome

Author : Stephanie Spellers
ISBN : 9780898697940
Genre : Religion
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An inspirational and practical guide to embracing those who are often marginalized into a welcoming, inclusive Christian community. For two years, Stephanie Spellers conducted over two hundred interviews with people in urban, suburban, and rural congregations around the United States to find out how they dealt with welcoming those across lines of race and ethnicity, generation, sexual orientation, and class privilege. Here she presents her findings and lays out the theological underpinnings of tackling fears head-on in order to accept change as a part of community life. By modeling the most loving and effective ways to embrace marginalized individuals and groups within a church, denomination, or society, Radical Welcome aims to create a place of compassionate inclusivity where people of all kinds can feel like they belong.
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Radical Literary Education

Author : Jeffrey Cane Robinson
ISBN : 0299110648
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The poem in the college classroom usually appears as an autonomous object to be dissected, thus revealing its internal relations--image patterns, meter and rhyme schemes, and types of figurative language. Jeffrey C. Robinson, a college teacher for many years, believes that there is a better way to teach poetry. His conviction, developed over many years and acted upon in his own classroom, has led to a pedagogy that urges the teaching of each poem by examining it in its various contexts. The result, as expressed in this book, is a moving exploration of the relationships among scholarship, teaching, and learning, of critical importance to all teachers of literature, as well as to those concerned with educational theory. Robinson demonstrates his pedagogy with a case study--the teaching of Wordsworth's "Ode: Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood." He interprets the students' fascinating and moving confusions and discoveries as the "Ode" loses its consoling aura and as their thinking takes a correspondingly more energetic, critical, and self-reflective turn. As a teacher, the author--whose muted autobiography itself enriches the context--has had his own concerns to which this book provides some answers: How would a prolonged encounter with one poem significantly alter students' learning? Would the poem, seen in its social relations, become less an object of worship and more an occasion for the students' own exploration of the place of art in society and in their own education? This book has emerged out of these questions. As well as being a full rehearsal of the actual literary and historical contexts of Wordsworth's "Ode," it is a meditation on the sociology of literary education and necessarily the learning apparatus of the late adolescent.
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