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Author: Gabriel García Márquez; Gregory Rabassa
Publisher: London : Cape, 1970.
ISBNISSN: 0224618539, 9780224618533
Notes: 422 pages : genealogical table ; 23 cm
Responsibility: [Cien años de soledad.] One hundred years of solitude ; translated by Gregory Rabassa.



A small anarchist --
En route --
Beside the other life --
Philippe --
The search begins --
Sikkim the Incomparable --
Paradise lost --
In the ways of the heart --
The miraculous tree --
The eye of the storm --
Where the sky is blue --
Footprints on the wind. "Some of the motorcycle byways of the southern Appalachians are world-famous: Georgia's Highway 60, the 'Dragon' at Deals Gap high in the Smokies, the Cherohala Skyway. Others are remote back roads leading to out of the way mountain towns, stunning waterfalls, fascinating civil war battlefields, and motorcycle-only resorts. In this new guide, former metro Atlanta motorcycle policeman Hawk Hagebak covers the best of them, with easy to read maps, complete directions, road conditions and more, all liberally sprinkled with his own special brand of humor and practical advice. Includes over 100 maps and photographs."--Publisher description. Front Matter --
Introduction / Frances E Mascia-lees --
Aesthetics / Frances E Mascia-Lees --
Affect / Ana Yolanda Ramos-Zayas --
Autoethnography / Roger N Lancaster --
Bioethics / Nora L Jones --
Biopower / Dominic Boyer --
Bodiliness / Terence Turner --
Colonialism / Janice Boddy --
Cultural Phenomenology / Thomas Csordas --
Dead Bodies / Roco Magaa --
Dissection / Nancy Scheper-Hughes --
(Trans)Gender / Evelyn Blackwood --
Genomics / Margaret Lock --
Haptics / Natasha Myers, Joe Dumit --
Hybridity / Lesley Sharp --
Impairment / P David Howe --
Kinship / Emily Yates-Doerr --
Masculinities / Emily Wentzell, Marcia C Inhorn --
Mediated Bodies / Lynn M Morgan --
Modification / Margo DeMello --
Neoliberalism / Carla Freeman --
Pain / Jean E Jackson --
Personhood / Andrew J Strathern, Pamela J Stewart --
Post-Socialism / Michele Rivkin-Fish --
Racialization / Didier Fassin --
The Senses / David Howes --
Sensorial Memory / Carol A Kidron --
Tasting Food / Annemarie Mol --
Transnationalism / Emily McDonald --
Virtuality / Tom Boellstorff --
Index. Introduction / Frances E. Mascia-Lees --
1. AESTHETICS: Aesthetic embodiment and commodity capitalism / Frances E. Mascia-Lees --
2. AFFECT: Learning affect/embodying race / Ana Yolanda Ramos-Zayas --
3. AUTOETHNOGRAPHY: When I was a girl (notes on contrivance) / Roger N. Lancaster --
4. BIOETHICS: Embodied ethics: from the body as specimen and spectacle to the body as patient / Nora L. Jones --
5. BIOPOWER: Biopower and cyberpower in online news / Dominic Boyer --
6. BODILINESS: The body beyond the body: social, material and spiritual dimensions of bodiliness / Terence Turner --
7. COLONIALISM: Bodies under colonialism / Janice Boddy --
8. CULTURAL PHENOMENOLOGY: Embodiment: agency, sexual difference, and illness / Thomas Csordas --
9. DEAD BODIES: The deadly display of Mexican border politics / Rocio Magana --
10. DISSECTION: The body in tatters: dismemberment, dissection, and the return of the repressed / Nancy Scheper-Hughes --
11. (TRANS)GENDER: Tomboi embodiment / Evelyn Blackwood --
12. GENOMICS: Embodying molecular genomics / Margaret Lock --
13. HAPTICS: Haptic creativity and the mid-embodiments of experimental life / Natasha Myers and Joe Dumit --
14. HYBRIDITY: Hybrid bodies of the scientific imaginary / Lesley Sharp --
15. IMPAIRMENT: Sporting bodies: sensuous, lived, and impaired / P. David Howe --
16. KINSHIP: Bodily betrayal: love and anger in the time of epigenetics / Emily Yates-Doerr --
17. MASCULINITIES: The male reproductive body / Emily Wentzell and Marcia C. Inhorn --
18. MEDIATED BODIES: Fetal bodies, undone / Lynn M. Morgan --
19. MODIFICATION: Blurring the divide: human and animal body modifications / Margo DeMello --
20. NEOLIBERALISM: Embodying and affecting neoliberalism / Carla Freeman --
21. PAIN: Pain and bodies / Jean E. Jackson --
22. PERSONHOOD: Embodiment and personhood / Andrew J. Strathern and Pamela J. Stewart --
23. POST-SOCIALISM: Troubling the reproduction of the nation / Michele Rivkin-Fish --
24. RACIALIZATION: How to do races with bodies / Didier Fassin --
25. THE SENSES: Polysensoriality / David Howes --
26. SENSORIAL MEMORY: Embodied legacies of genocide / Carol A. Kidron --
27. TASTING FOOD: Tasting between the laboratory and the clinic / Annemarie Mol --
28. TRANSNATIONALISM: Bodies-in-motion: experiences of momentum in transnational surgery / Emily McDonald --
29. VIRTUALITY: Placing the virtual body: avatar, chora, cypherg / Tom Boellstorff. Official program of a concert featuring José Carreras, Plácido Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti, with Zubin Mehta conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, held in Los Angeles on July 16, 1994, in association with World Cup USA 1994.
Includes some lyrics, with English translation. Includes index.
Map on lining papers. Originally published: 1990.
Printing on spine forms My Mr. Men library when whole set shelved together. Print version:: Companion to the anthropology of the body and embodiment. 9781405189491. Preface The Broken Cog in the American Economic Machine Adult Literacy: Past-Present-Future A Variety of Answers Adults Learning In a Work Force Education Environment Individualized Instructional Programs (IIP) For Work Force Education Case Studies I: Hourly Workers Case Studies II: Management Employees Establishing A Corporate Work Force Education Policy International Focus On Work Force Education Work Force Education In The Twenty-First Century A Game Plan For Work Force Education Appendix 1: Guidelines For Education Software Selection Appendix 2: Adult Software Publishers/Distributors Appendix 3: The IIP Literacy Training Program Results of Formative Evaluation Research Appendix 4: Reading-Grade Equivalent Basic Skills Selected Bibliography Index Cover title. Baby Bat loves his cave home and never wants to leave. While practicing flapping his wings one night, he falls and Pluribus Packrat rescues him. They then explore the deepest, darkest corners of the cave where they meet animals that don't need eyes to see or colors to hide from enemies. Baby Bat learns how important bats are to the cave habitat and how other cave-dwelling critters rely on bats for food. Includes "For Creative Minds" section. Sponsored by Chinese Institute of Electronics (CIE).
"IEEE Catalog Number: 02EX532"--Title page verso. Bk. 1. Early years & soul awakening. Magnus Ericsson is a simple man. He loves the smell of fresh-turned dirt after springtime plowing. He loves the feel of a soft woman under him in the bed furs. He loves the heft of a good sword in his fighting arm. But, Holy Thor, what he does not relish is the bothersome brood of children he's been saddled with. Or the mysterious happenstance that strands him and his longship full of maddening offspring in a strange new land, where the folks think he is an act-whore (whatever that is), and the woman of his dreams -- a winemaker -- fails to accept that he is her soul mate ... a man of exceptional talents, not to mention a Very Virile Viking.