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A Perfect Union of Contrary Things

Author : Maynard James Keenan
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
Page : 320 pages
File Size : 42,8 Mb
Release : 2018-10-01
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : 9781495082900

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A Perfect Union of Contrary Things by Maynard James Keenan Pdf

A Perfect Union of Contrary Things is the authorized biography of musician and vintner Maynard James Keenan. Co-author Sarah Jensen's 30-year friendship with Keenan gives her unique insight into his history and career trajectory. The book traces Keenan's journey from his Midwest childhood to his years in the Army to his time in art school, from his stint at a Boston pet shop to his place in the international spotlight and his influence on contemporary music and regional winemaking. A comprehensive portrayal of a versatile and dedicated artist, A Perfect Union of Contrary Things pays homage to the people and places that shaped the man and his art. Until now, Maynard's fans have had access to only an abridged version of his story. A Perfect Union of Contrary Things presents the outtakes, the scenes of disappointment and triumph, and the events that led him to take one step after the next, to change direction, to explore sometimes surprising opportunities. Included are sidebars in his own words, often humorous anecdotes that illuminate the narrative, as well as commentary by his family members, friends, instructors, and industry colleagues. The book also features a foreword by Alex Grey, an American visionary artist and longtime friend of Keenan. Accompanying the text are photos of Keenan from childhood to the present. Maynard's story is a metaphor for the reader's own evolution and an encouragement to follow one's dreams, hold fast to individual integrity, and work ceaselessly to fulfill our creative potential.

Policing Black Lives

Author : Robyn Maynard
Publisher : Fernwood Publishing
Page : 128 pages
File Size : 53,9 Mb
Release : 2017-09-18T00:00:00Z
Category : Social Science
ISBN : 9781552669808

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Policing Black Lives by Robyn Maynard Pdf

Delving behind Canada’s veneer of multiculturalism and tolerance, Policing Black Lives traces the violent realities of anti-blackness from the slave ships to prisons, classrooms and beyond. Robyn Maynard provides readers with the first comprehensive account of nearly four hundred years of state-sanctioned surveillance, criminalization and punishment of Black lives in Canada. While highlighting the ubiquity of Black resistance, Policing Black Lives traces the still-living legacy of slavery across multiple institutions, shedding light on the state’s role in perpetuating contemporary Black poverty and unemployment, racial profiling, law enforcement violence, incarceration, immigration detention, deportation, exploitative migrant labour practices, disproportionate child removal and low graduation rates. Emerging from a critical race feminist framework that insists that all Black lives matter, Maynard’s intersectional approach to anti-Black racism addresses the unique and understudied impacts of state violence as it is experienced by Black women, Black people with disabilities, as well as queer, trans, and undocumented Black communities. A call-to-action, Policing Black Lives urges readers to work toward dismantling structures of racial domination and re-imagining a more just society.

My Mother's Daughter

Author : Rona Maynard
Publisher : McClelland & Stewart
Page : 262 pages
File Size : 47,7 Mb
Release : 2009-02-24
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : 9781551991900

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My Mother's Daughter by Rona Maynard Pdf

Personal memories of the sort her Chatelaine readers adored — a remarkable life story seen through the window of her relationship with her mother. Every woman’s relationship with her mother is special. Yet everyone will recognize some parts of another woman’s story, especially if it is told as honestly and as sensitively as Rona Maynard tells it here. As a little girl, Maynard soon came to see that her family was not an ordinary one. Her father, Max, was an artist and an alcoholic. Her mother was Fredelle Maynard, a brilliant academic who could not get a teaching job because she was a woman. Instead she became a writer — the author of Raisins and Almonds — and, above all, a driving, loving, ambitious, overpowering mother. In her shadow (and that of younger sister Joyce, who went off at eighteen to live with J.D. Salinger) Rona took time to blossom as a writer and editor in Toronto. This book takes us through her career, step by step, including the miseries of being accused by her son’s teachers — and her own mother — of being a bad mother, overly concerned with her own career. Rona’s strong, direct style will ring true for every working woman. Through the magic of her writing, she gives a clear-eyed and affectionate account of her relationship with a demanding, loving mother. I said to my father, "You don’t live here any more. This is Mother’s house, not yours. It’s time for you to go." My father cursed me. He shook his fist. Then he left and never came back. —From My Mother’s Daughter

Autistic Intelligence

Author : Douglas W. Maynard,Jason Turowetz
Publisher : University of Chicago Press
Page : 282 pages
File Size : 40,6 Mb
Release : 2022-05-25
Category : Social Science
ISBN : 9780226815992

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Autistic Intelligence by Douglas W. Maynard,Jason Turowetz Pdf

An examination of diagnostic processes that questions how we can better understand autism as a category and the unique forms of intelligence it glosses. As autism has grown in prevalence, so too have our attempts to make sense of it. From placing unfounded blame on vaccines to seeking a genetic cause, Americans have struggled to understand what autism is and where it comes from. Amidst these efforts, however, a key aspect of autism has been largely overlooked: the diagnostic process itself. That process is the central focus of Autistic Intelligence. The authors ask us to question the norms by which we measure autistic behavior, to probe how that behavior can be considered sensible rather than disordered, and to explore how we can better appreciate the individuality of those who receive the diagnosis. Drawing on hundreds of hours of video recordings and ethnographic observations at a clinic where professionals evaluated children for autism, the authors’ analysis of interactions among clinicians, parents, and children demystifies the categories, tools, and practices involved in the diagnostic process. Autistic Intelligence shows that autism is not a stable category; it is the outcome of complex interactional processes involving professionals, children, families, and facets of the social and clinical environments they inhabit. The authors suggest that diagnosis, in addition to carefully classifying children, also can highlight or include unique and particular contributions those with autism potentially can make to the world around us.

At Home in the World

Author : Joyce Maynard
Publisher : Picador
Page : 395 pages
File Size : 51,7 Mb
Release : 2010-04-01
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : 9781429977555

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At Home in the World by Joyce Maynard Pdf

New York Times bestselling author of Labor Day With a New Preface When it was first published in 1998, At Home in the World set off a furor in the literary world and beyond. Joyce Maynard's memoir broke a silence concerning her relationship—at age eighteen—with J.D. Salinger, the famously reclusive author of The Catcher in the Rye, then age fifty-three, who had read a story she wrote for The New York Times in her freshman year of college and sent her a letter that changed her life. Reviewers called her book "shameless" and "powerful" and its author was simultaneously reviled and cheered. With what some have viewed as shocking honesty, Maynard explores her coming of age in an alcoholic family, her mother's dream to mold her into a writer, her self-imposed exile from the world of her peers when she left Yale to live with Salinger, and her struggle to reclaim her sense of self in the crushing aftermath of his dismissal of her not long after her nineteenth birthday. A quarter of a century later—having become a writer, survived the end of her marriage and the deaths of her parents, and with an eighteen-year-old daughter of her own—Maynard pays a visit to the man who broke her heart. The story she tells—of the girl she was and the woman she became—is at once devastating, inspiring, and triumphant.

Feathers, Form & Function

Author : Chris Maynard
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 54,7 Mb
Release : 2014
Category : Art
ISBN : 1940984238

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Feathers, Form & Function by Chris Maynard Pdf

An exposition on feathers- their form, function, varieties, and physiology, accompanied by the author's stunning artwork made from feathers.

Maynard Keynes

Author : Donald Moggridge
Publisher : Routledge
Page : 991 pages
File Size : 55,7 Mb
Release : 1992-04-02
Category : Business & Economics
ISBN : 9781134798674

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Maynard Keynes by Donald Moggridge Pdf

Based on an intimate knowledge of the subject and his environment, this biography of the most influential economist of the twentieth century traces Keynes' career on all its many levels. From academic Cambridge, to artistic Bloomsbury, to official Whitehall and to the City, we see the intellectual roots of Keynes' achievements and failures. We also see how he left his mark on the modern world.

Hidden History of Maynard

Author : David A. Mark
Publisher : Arcadia Publishing
Page : 121 pages
File Size : 48,6 Mb
Release : 2014-07-29
Category : History
ISBN : 9781625850751

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Hidden History of Maynard by David A. Mark Pdf

As Maynard grew from a scattering of small hill farms to a booming center of industry and immigration, much of its colorful history was nearly forgotten. With a rollicking collection of his essays, newspaper columnist David A. Mark uncovers the hidden gems of the town's history. Learn why Babe Ruth shopped in Maynard during his Red Sox days and what they fed the animals at the Taylor mink ranch. Find out who is buried--and who is not--in the Maynard family crypt and which rock 'n' roll bands recorded in the studio upstairs from Woolworths on Main Street. Almost lost to time, these remarkable moments in history helped shape Maynard into the vibrant community that it is today.

Maynard, Massachusetts

Author : Paul Boothroyd,Lewis Halprin
Publisher : Arcadia Publishing
Page : 132 pages
File Size : 51,9 Mb
Release : 1999-09
Category : History
ISBN : 0738500747

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Maynard, Massachusetts by Paul Boothroyd,Lewis Halprin Pdf

More than 300 years ago, 25 men from the neighboring towns of Sudbury, Marlborough, and Stow crossed over the hills to a wide expanse of rolling hills and valleys crossed by countless brooks, each pouring into the river's tranquil current that wound its way into the sea. It is little cause for wonder that these pioneers petitioned to the General Court of the New England Colonies in 1685 to appoint them proprietors of the rich territory that would become Maynard. As the settlement grew, industry prospered along the river: first a gristmill, then a paper mill, and later a carpet mill, which eventually turned into a very large woolen mill. The settlers again petitioned the court to establish their own town rather than being inhabitants of the Town of Stow or Sudbury, depending on which side of the river one lived. The courts granted permission in 1871 and the new Town of Maynard exploded to become the home of the largest woolen mill in New England. A century later, it became the headquarters of Digital Equipment Corporation and would come to be known as the Minicomputer Capital of the World.

Maynard, Massachusetts: A Brief History

Author : The Town of Maynard Sesquicentennial Steering Committee
Publisher : Arcadia Publishing
Page : 192 pages
File Size : 45,9 Mb
Release : 2020-11-09
Category : History
ISBN : 9781467144742

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Maynard, Massachusetts: A Brief History by The Town of Maynard Sesquicentennial Steering Committee Pdf

First known as Assabet Village, Maynard evolved from a scattering of marginal hill farms to a bustling center of immigration and industry. Changes came with development and growth, from the arrival of railroads through the founding of the Digital Equipment Corporation. Residents persevered through the Great Depression and World War II to create a vibrant and diverse economy along the recently restored Assabet River. The town's Sesquicentennial Steering Committee has produced an authoritative volume that details the unique history of this beautiful New England town.

Count the Ways

Author : Joyce Maynard
Publisher : HarperCollins
Page : 566 pages
File Size : 50,6 Mb
Release : 2021-07-13
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9780062398291

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Count the Ways by Joyce Maynard Pdf

In her most ambitious novel to date, New York Times bestselling author Joyce Maynard returns to the themes that are the hallmarks of her most acclaimed work in a mesmerizing story of a family—from the hopeful early days of young marriage to parenthood, divorce, and the costly aftermath that ripples through all their lives Eleanor and Cam meet at a crafts fair in Vermont in the early 1970s. She’s an artist and writer, he makes wooden bowls. Within four years they are parents to three children, two daughters and a red-headed son who fills his pockets with rocks, plays the violin and talks to God. To Eleanor, their New Hampshire farm provides everything she always wanted—summer nights watching Cam’s softball games, snow days by the fire and the annual tradition of making paper boats and cork people to launch in the brook every spring. If Eleanor and Cam don’t make love as often as they used to, they have something that matters more. Their family. Then comes a terrible accident, caused by Cam’s negligence. Unable to forgive him, Eleanor is consumed by bitterness, losing herself in her life as a mother, while Cam finds solace with a new young partner. Over the decades that follow, the five members of this fractured family make surprising discoveries and decisions that occasionally bring them together, and often tear them apart. Tracing the course of their lives—through the gender transition of one child and another’s choice to completely break with her mother—Joyce Maynard captures a family forced to confront essential, painful truths of its past, and find redemption in its darkest hours. A story of holding on and learning to let go, Count the Ways is an achingly beautiful, poignant, and deeply compassionate novel of home, parenthood, love, and forgiveness.

For Shame, Boone! For Shame, Iowa! The Disappearance of Norma Maynard

Author : Sidney S. Louis
Publisher : Dorrance Publishing
Page : 1116 pages
File Size : 40,8 Mb
Release : 2017-08-28
Category : True Crime
ISBN : 9781480937130

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For Shame, Boone! For Shame, Iowa! The Disappearance of Norma Maynard by Sidney S. Louis Pdf

For Shame, Boone! For Shame, Iowa! The Disappearance of Norma Maynard By: Sidney S. Louis If you have a hidden, secret, wish to be Sherlock Holmes—and who doesn’t, really—the Norma Maynard story is for you. An innocent woman was murdered and made to vanish—as if she had never existed. City of Boone, county of Boone and Iowa state level law enforcement were unable to determine what happened. To this day, it is not known: · Exactly when the missing woman was murdered · Who committed the murder · How it was done · Why it was done · Where the missing woman’s remains are Join the author as he fights for twelve years to have his sister’s murder properly investigated, only to be met with a stone wall of resistance from Iowa officials at city, county and state level. The author provides readers with the ability to set up their own investigative files. He helps them devise a scale to measure the effectiveness of officials that are part of the story. The reader will be able to question, with some authority, why the Norma Maynard case has not been resolved. Was this a deliberate choice by Iowa law enforcement and legal and judicial officials? If you elect to sleuth along with the author, will you be the one to solve the almost forty year riddle of the disappearance of Norma Maynard?

Kahwallawallapoopoo: Maynard’s Big, Bad First Assignment

Author : L.A. Osgard
Publisher : Atlantic Publishing Company
Page : 206 pages
File Size : 55,5 Mb
Release : 2018-06-07
Category : Juvenile Fiction
ISBN : 9781620235140

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Kahwallawallapoopoo: Maynard’s Big, Bad First Assignment by L.A. Osgard Pdf

Jake has never hit a homerun. He doesn’t have a cool dog. The only time they go on vacation is to visit his grandmother. Middle school is boring, except when he’s hanging out with his best friend Kacey. Jake loves baseball; he’s gonna play in the MLB one day! His boring life changed in an instant the day Maynard peeked his head out of Jake’s baseball bag during one of his games. Maynard’s a Mystical Manatee. He disguises himself as a cute, little, stuffed animal, but he’s way more impressive when he morphs into his HUGE, AMAZING, BIG-BAD-BUFF SELF! Jake is Maynard’s first assignment, and Maynard must find a way to convince Jake to hop on his back and travel to Maynard’s wonderful world because King Moo Moo and Queen Mee Mee have an urgent matter to discuss with Jake. Will Jake find the courage to join Maynard on an exciting adventure to Kahwallawallapoopoo, an island somewhere in the South Pacific Ocean full of amazing creatures, where Jake’s dreams just might come true?

Essays on John Maynard Keynes

Author : Milo Keynes
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Page : 354 pages
File Size : 40,5 Mb
Release : 1975
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : 052129696X

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Essays on John Maynard Keynes by Milo Keynes Pdf

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Rehearsals for Living

Author : Robyn Maynard,Leanne Betasamosake Simpson
Publisher : Knopf Canada
Page : 197 pages
File Size : 46,6 Mb
Release : 2022-06-14
Category : Social Science
ISBN : 9781039000667

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Rehearsals for Living by Robyn Maynard,Leanne Betasamosake Simpson Pdf

NATIONAL BESTSELLER ONE OF THE CBC'S BEST CANADIAN NONFICTION BOOKS OF 2022 A revolutionary collaboration about the world we're living in now, between two of our most important contemporary thinkers, writers and activists. When the world entered pandemic lockdown in spring 2020, Robyn Maynard, influential author of Policing Black Lives, and Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, renowned artist, musician, and author of Noopiming: The Cure for White Ladies, began writing each other letters—a gesture sparked by a desire for kinship and connection in a world shattering under the intersecting crises of pandemic, police killings, and climate catastrophe. These letters soon grew into a powerful exchange about where we go from here. Rehearsals for Living is a captivating and visionary work—part debate, part dialogue, part lively and detailed familial correspondence between two razor-sharp writers. By articulating to each other Black and Indigenous perspectives on our unprecedented here and now, and reiterating the long-disavowed histories of slavery and colonization that have brought us to this moment, Maynard and Simpson create something new: an urgent demand for a different way forward, and a poetic call to dream up other ways of ordering earthly life.