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Rememberings

Author : Sinéad O'Connor
Publisher : Houghton Mifflin
Page : 313 pages
File Size : 49,7 Mb
Release : 2021
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : 9780358423881

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From the acclaimed, controversial singer-songwriter Sinéad O'Connor comes a revelatory memoir of her fraught childhood, musical triumphs, fearless activism, and of the enduring power of song. Blessed with a singular voice and a fiery temperament, Sinéad O'Connor rose to massive fame in the late 1980s and 1990s with a string of gold records. By the time she was twenty, she was world famous--living a rock star life out loud. From her trademark shaved head to her 1992 appearance on Saturday Night Live when she tore up Pope John Paul II's photograph, Sinéad has fascinated and outraged millions. In Rememberings, O'Connor recounts her painful tale of growing up in Dublin in a dysfunctional, abusive household. Inspired by a brother's Bob Dylan records, she escaped into music. She relates her early forays with local Irish bands; we see Sinéad completing her first album while eight months pregnant, hanging with Rastas in the East Village, and soaring to unimaginable popularity with her cover of Prince's "Nothing Compares 2U." Intimate, replete with candid anecdotes and told in a singular form true to her unconventional career, Sinéad's memoir is a remarkable chronicle of an enduring and influential artist.

Rememberings

Author : Pauline Wengeroff
Publisher : Penn State University Press
Page : 336 pages
File Size : 48,7 Mb
Release : 2000
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : UOM:39015049560165

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Rememberings by Pauline Wengeroff Pdf

Pauline Wengeroffs memoir tells what it was like to be a Jewish girl and a Jewish woman in 19th-century Russia, as foundations of faith and tradition eroded around her with the onset of the Jewish Enlightenment in Russia. No other work like this survives. The book has been translated into English from her original German memoir.

Remembering Kings Past

Author : Amy Goodrich Remensnyder
Publisher : Cornell University Press
Page : 388 pages
File Size : 49,8 Mb
Release : 1995
Category : History
ISBN : 0801429544

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Remembering Kings Past by Amy Goodrich Remensnyder Pdf

At the center of the legends stand three kings whom the monks favored as founders: Clovis, Pippin the Short, and, above all, Charlemagne. Remensnyder reveals the many implications of this legendary affection for kings, a startling predilection on the part of monks living in a region where actual rulers hardly ventured during the period.

Remembering

Author : John Schwabacher,Susan Wolfe
Publisher : iUniverse
Page : 216 pages
File Size : 49,8 Mb
Release : 2003
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : 9780595285259

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Remembering by John Schwabacher,Susan Wolfe Pdf

Despite being hidden in convents, family friends' homes and holes-in-the-wall during Hitler's Third Reich, despite the loss of his well-to-do family's earthly goods, and despite the horror of war surrounding him, Remembering depicts a playful child, ever devising diversions to keep himself and his brothers giggling and happy through the grimmest time in human history. Facing some of his greatest challenges in his adopted country of America, the survival skills developed in war-torn Germany serve John Schwabacher through a life of significant personal and professional challenge. A historic memoir of recurrent resilience, Remembering hearkens back again and again to the youthful image of a 14-year-old boy bound for freedom with little more than a tattered suitcase in hand and hope in his heart.

Remembering and Forgetting Early Childhood

Author : Qi Wang,Sami Gülgöz
Publisher : Routledge
Page : 124 pages
File Size : 44,6 Mb
Release : 2020-05-21
Category : Psychology
ISBN : 9781000064513

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Remembering and Forgetting Early Childhood by Qi Wang,Sami Gülgöz Pdf

This book brings together scholarship that contributes diverse and new perspectives on childhood amnesia – the scarcity of memories for very early life events. The topics of the studies reported in the book range from memories of infants and young children for recent and distant life events, to mother–child conversations about memories for extended lifetime periods, and to retrospective recollections of early childhood in adolescents and adults. The methodological approaches are diverse and theoretical insights rich. The findings together show that childhood amnesia is a complex and malleable phenomenon and that the waning of childhood amnesia and the development of autobiographical memory are shaped by a variety of interactive social and cognitive factors. This book will facilitate discussion and deepen an understanding of the dynamics that influence the accessibility, content, accuracy, and phenomenological qualities of memories from early childhood. This book was originally published as a special issue of Memory.

The Deep

Author : Rivers Solomon,Daveed Diggs,William Hutson,Jonathan Snipes
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Page : 192 pages
File Size : 45,5 Mb
Release : 2019-11-05
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9781534439887

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The Deep by Rivers Solomon,Daveed Diggs,William Hutson,Jonathan Snipes Pdf

Octavia E. Butler meets Marvel’s Black Panther in The Deep, a story rich with Afrofuturism, folklore, and the power of memory, inspired by the Hugo Award–nominated song “The Deep” from Daveed Diggs’s rap group Clipping. Yetu holds the memories for her people—water-dwelling descendants of pregnant African slave women thrown overboard by slave owners—who live idyllic lives in the deep. Their past, too traumatic to be remembered regularly is forgotten by everyone, save one—the historian. This demanding role has been bestowed on Yetu. Yetu remembers for everyone, and the memories, painful and wonderful, traumatic and terrible and miraculous, are destroying her. And so, she flees to the surface escaping the memories, the expectations, and the responsibilities—and discovers a world her people left behind long ago. Yetu will learn more than she ever expected about her own past—and about the future of her people. If they are all to survive, they’ll need to reclaim the memories, reclaim their identity—and own who they really are. The Deep is “a tour de force reorientation of the storytelling gaze…a superb, multilayered work,” (Publishers Weekly, starred review) and a vividly original and uniquely affecting story inspired by a song produced by the rap group Clipping.

Sinéad O'Connor 48

Author : Andrew Catlin
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 112 pages
File Size : 43,9 Mb
Release : 2017-11-05
Category : Electronic
ISBN : 1999881877

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Sinéad O'Connor 48 by Andrew Catlin Pdf

Collection of portraits from 1988 photographic shoot with Sinead O'Connor.

The Island Child

Author : Molly Aitken
Publisher : Vintage
Page : 352 pages
File Size : 40,8 Mb
Release : 2020-07-28
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9780525658382

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A spellbinding, deeply felt debut novel--soaring and poignant--about passion, freedom, motherhood, and the power to shape our destinies. Oona grew up on the island of Inis: a wind-blasted rock off the coast of Ireland where the men went out on fishing boats and the women tended turf fires; where the only book was the Bible; and where girls stayed at home until they became mothers themselves. The island was a gift for some, a prison for others. Even as a child, Oona knew she wanted to leave, but she never could have anticipated the tumultuous turn of events that would ultimately compel her to flee. Now, after twenty years--after Oona has forged a new, very different life for herself--her daughter vanishes, forcing Oona to face her past in order, finally, to be free of it. Heralding a singularly gifted new voice in fiction, The Island Child is a timeless story of birth and betrayal, storms and shipwrecks and fairy children, and the weight of long-buried secrets.

Remembering South Cape May

Author : Joseph G. Burcher
Publisher : Arcadia Publishing
Page : 186 pages
File Size : 54,6 Mb
Release : 2010-07-30
Category : History
ISBN : 9781614232148

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Remembering South Cape May by Joseph G. Burcher Pdf

Few would imagine that the land currently occupied by the Nature Conservancy's Cape May Migratory Bird Refuge, or "the Meadows, "? was once the picturesque Jersey Shore town of South Cape May. By the early twentieth century, a striking hotel and homes designed by renowned Victorian-era architects dotted the landscape. Residents and visitors alike spotted rumrunners racing across the beachfront during Prohibition and endured World War II with German submarines lurking just offshore. But by 1954, barely a trace of the town remained except for about twenty of the original houses, which were moved a mile away. Join one of the town's last residents, Joseph Burcher, as he chronicles life in South Cape May before the angry Atlantic swallowed this serene town.

Dig If You Will the Picture

Author : Ben Greenman
Publisher : Macmillan + ORM
Page : 260 pages
File Size : 40,9 Mb
Release : 2017-04-11
Category : Music
ISBN : 9781250128362

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Dig If You Will the Picture by Ben Greenman Pdf

Named one of the best music books of 2017 by The Wall Street Journal A unique and kaleidoscopic look into the life, legacy, and electricity of the pop legend Prince and his wideranging impact on our culture Ben Greenman, New York Times bestselling author, contributing writer to the New Yorker, and owner of thousands of recordings of Prince and Prince-related songs, knows intimately that there has never been a rock star as vibrant, mercurial, willfully contrary, experimental, or prolific as Prince. Uniting a diverse audience while remaining singularly himself, Prince was a tireless artist, a musical virtuoso and chameleon, and a pop-culture prophet who shattered traditional ideas of race and gender, rewrote the rules of identity, and redefined the role of sex in pop music. A polymath in his own right who collaborated with George Clinton and Questlove on their celebrated memoirs, Greenman has been listening to and writing about Prince since the mid-eighties. Here, with the passion of an obsessive fan and the skills of a critic, journalist, and novelist, he mines his encyclopedic knowledge of Prince’s music to tell both his story and the story of the paradigm-shifting ideas that he communicated to his millions of fans around the world. Greenman's take on Prince is the autobiography of a generation and its ideas. Asking a series of questions—not only “Who was Prince?” but “Who wasn’t he?” and “Who are we?”—Dig if You Will the Picture is a fitting tribute to an extraordinary talent.

Discourse and Cognition

Author : Derek Edwards
Publisher : SAGE
Page : 370 pages
File Size : 48,5 Mb
Release : 1997-02-10
Category : Psychology
ISBN : 0803976976

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`For those already familiar with discursive work it will be a joy - Edwards writes with enormous clarity and insight. For psychologists whose work involves an understanding of the relations between language and cognition this book will be essential reading.... This is a demanding book that will repay close attention. It can also be dipped into as a resource for the brilliant reworkings of traditional psychological topic areas, such as emotion, language, cognition, categories, AI, narrative, scripts and developmental psychology. If you want a glimpse into the future of psychology, get this book - the end of cognitivism starts here' - History and Philosophy of Psychology The central project of this mult

Sinéad O'Connor

Author : Dermott Hayes
Publisher : Omnibus Press& Schirmer Trade Books
Page : 128 pages
File Size : 53,5 Mb
Release : 1991
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : 0711924821

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Sinéad O'Connor by Dermott Hayes Pdf

An illustrated biography of Irish singer/songwriter Sinead O'Connor, who broke into the mainstream of British pop music with the number one hit single Nothing Compares 2 U, written by Prince.

Remembering

Author : Wendell Berry
Publisher : Catapult
Page : 112 pages
File Size : 49,8 Mb
Release : 2009-03-01
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9781582439570

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A poetic novel of despair, hope, and the redemptive power of work deepens an award–winning author’s grand Port Williams literary project. After losing his hand in an accident, Andy Catlett confronts an agronomist whose surreal vision can see only industrial farming. This vision is powerfully contrasted with that of modest Amish farmers content to live outside the pressures brought by capitalist postindustrial progress, and by working the land to keep away the three great evils of boredom, vice, and need. As Andy’s perspective filters through his anger over his loss and the harsh city of San Francisco surrounding him, he begins to remember: the people and places that wait 2,000 miles away in his Kentucky home, the comfort he knew as a farmer, and his symbiotic relationship to the soil. Andy laments the modern shift away from the love of the land, even as he begins to accept his own changed relationship to the world. Wendell Berry’s continued fascination with the power of memory continues in this treasured novel set in 1976. “[Berry’s] poems, novels and essays . . . are probably the most sustained contemporary articulation of America’s agrarian, Jeffersonian ideal.” —Publishers Weekly “Wendell Berry is one of those rare individuals who speaks to us always of responsibility, of the individual cultivation of an active and aware participation in the arts of life.” —The Bloomsbury Review

My Life in Dire Straits

Author : John Illsley
Publisher : Diversion Books
Page : 365 pages
File Size : 53,8 Mb
Release : 2021-11-09
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : 9781635769166

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The bass player and founding member Dire Straits shares a behind-the-scenes history of the British rock band. One of the most successful music acts of all time, Dire Straits filled stadiums around the world. Their albums sold hundreds of millions of copies and their music—classics like “Sultans of Swing,” “Romeo and Juliet,” “Money for Nothing,” and “Brothers in Arms” —is still played on every continent today. There was, quite simply, no bigger band on the planet throughout the eighties. In this powerful and entertaining memoir, founding member John Illsley gives the inside track on the most successful rock band of their time. From playing gigs in the spit-and-sawdust pubs of south London, to hanging out with Bob Dylan in LA, Illsley tells the story of the band with searching honesty, soulful reflection, and wry humor. Starting with his own unlikely beginnings in Middle England, he recounts the band’s rise from humble origins to the best-known venues in the world, the working man’s clubs to Madison Square Garden, sharing gigs with wild punk bands to rocking the Live Aid stage at Wembley. And woven throughout is an intimate portrait and tribute to his great friend Mark Knopfler, the band’s lead singer, songwriter, and remarkable guitarist. Tracing an idea that created a phenomenal musical legacy, an extraordinary journey of joy and pain, companionship and surprises, this is John Illsley’s life in Dire Straits. Praise for My Life in Dire Straits “A forensic and uplifting journey through the sheer hard work, pitfalls, and thrills of navigating a great rock and roll band to the pinnacle of success. I so enjoyed the ride! Onwards, John!” —Roger Taylor, drummer, songwriter, and founding member of Queen “Reading John Illsley’s book, I relived so many moments. He captures the early days of the “English bands” and their story—the ups and downs, relationships, craziness, and fun. Of course, the music was key. This really happened!” —Mike Rutherford of Genesis “Fascinating. . . . Illsley is brutally frank about the toll that the band’s fame had on his relationships, most notably his marriage (“a victim,” he writes, “of my life on the road”). Fans will be mesmerized.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)

If Memory Serves

Author : Christopher Castiglia,Christopher Reed
Publisher : U of Minnesota Press
Page : 271 pages
File Size : 41,7 Mb
Release : 2011-11-22
Category : Medical
ISBN : 9781452933146

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If Memory Serves by Christopher Castiglia,Christopher Reed Pdf

How gay memory suppressed after AIDS returns in visions of sexual identity and social idealism