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Author: Elisabeth Ogilvie
Publisher: Camden, Me. : Down East Books, ©1990.
ISBNISSN: 0892722886, 9780892722884
Genre: Biography
Notes: 276 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Responsibility: My world is an island
Edition: Print book : Biography : English : 2nd ed
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WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs. As giants start waking up and destroying everything around their Florida neighborhood, Nick, Laurie, Jules, and Cindy work frantically to find a solution. "Originally published by Algonquin books of Chapel Hill in 2006"--Title page verso. Gentleman farmer --
Whore in the bedroom, horticulturist in the garden --
We know where you live --
One man's weed is Jean-Georges's salad --
No such thing as organic apples --
You may be smarter, but he's got more time --
Nature abhors a meadow (but loves a good fire) --
Shell-shocked: a return to the front (burner) --
Christopher Walken, gardener --
Cereal killer --
Statuary rape --
Harvest jam --
The existentialist in the garden --
The sixty-four dollar tomato --
Childbirth. Da Vinci. Potatoes --
Recipes. Bill Alexander recounts the challenges he faced while trying to cultivate his own vegetable garden and offers a cost-benefit analysis of his efforts, determining that it cost him $64 to grow each of his beloved tomatoes. A New York City police detective and a social worker hunt a serial murderer. Elephans photographicus : media archaeology and the history of photography / Erkki Huhtamo --
A mirrow with wings : photography and the new era of communications / Simone Natale --
The traveling daguerreotype : early photography and the U.S. postal system / David M. Henkin --
The telegraph of the past : Nadar and the time of photography / Richard Taws --
With eyes of flesh and glass eyes : railroad image-objects and fantasies of human-machine hybridizations in the mid-nineteenth-century United States / Nicoletta Leonardi --
Peer production in the age of collodion : the bromide patent and the photographic press, 1854-1868 / Lynne Berger --
Two or three things photography did to painting / Jan von Brevern --
Uniqueness multiplied : the daguerrotype and the visual economy of the graphic arts / Steffen Siegel --
Photographs in text : the reproduction of photographs in nineteenth-century scientific communication / Geoffrey Belknap --
In the time of Balzac : the daguerrotype and the discovery/invention of society / Peppino Ortoleva --
Sound photography / Anthony Enns --
Photography, cinema, and perceptual realism in the nineteenth century / Kim Timby --
The double-birth model tested against photography / André Gaudreault and Philippe Marion --
Afterword : media history and history of photography in parallel lines / Geoffrey Batchen and Lisa Gitelman. Facsimile of the ed. of Sevilla: Juan de León, 1546. Originally published: 2009. Drawing on his fieldwork at one of the new nonprofit organizations, Akihiro Ogawa explores in detail the social and historical particularities of Japanese 'civil society' or shimin shakai, revisiting how the concept is interpreted and practiced by the volunteers themselves. Originally published by Earthscan in 1999. Foreword by Gro Harlem Brundtland * Part I: An Introduction to Ageing and Development - Development and the Rights of Older People * Poverty and Livelihoods in an Ageing World * Gender and Ageing * Reinforcing Capability: Informal Community-based Support Services for Older People in the Developing World * Ageing Health * Older People's Strategies in times of Social and Economic Transformation * Economic Security in Old Age: A Family-Government Partnership * Change, Family Life, Coping strategies and Seniors * Conflict, Humanitarian Assistance and Older People * Part II: The State of the World's Older People - The Situation of Older People in Latin America and the Caribbean * The Situation of Older People in Rural and Urban India * The Situation of Older People in Cambodia * The Situation of Older People in Tanzania * The Situation of Older People in Zimbabwe * The Situation of Older People in the Transitional Economies of Eastern and Central Europe * Part III: Ageing and Development Data - National Policies on Ageing and Older People: A Review of the Statues of Policies in 46 Countries * Taking Account of Older People in Developing Cooperation: A Review of the Statues of Ageing in Major Bilateral and Multilateral Aid Agencies * Facts, Figures and Trends in Ageing: Basic Data on Ageing and Development * Part IV: Reference Section - United Nations for Older Persons * HelpAge International * Acronyms and Abbreviations Yesterday man / Omair Ahmad --
How I lost my clothes / Radhika Jha --
Last in, first out / Irwin Allan Sealy --
Parking / Ruchir Joshi --
Hissing cobras / Nalinaksha Bhattacharya --
The railway aunty / Mohan Sikka --
Hostel / Siddharth Chowdhury --
Small fry / Meera Nair --
Fit of rage / Palash Krishna Mehrotra --
Just another death / Hartosh Singh Bal --
Gautam under a tree / Hirsh Sawhney --
The scam / Tabish Khair --
The walls of Delhi / Uday Prakash ; translated from Hindi by Jason Grunebaum --
Cull / Manjula Padmanabhan. First published in 2002 by The Arden Shakespeare. Introduction --
Politics --
Language --
Afterlife --
The date --
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Appendices: 1. Textual analysis --
2. Doubling chart --
3. Genealogical tables. Originally published: Stroud: Tempus, 2006. Originally published: Boston, MA : Houghton Mifflin, ©1999. Earth's land resources: Shape of the land; Importance of natural resources; Problem with trash --
Properties of matter: Describing matter; Observing states of matter; Causing changes in matter --
Animals: Animals meet their needs; All kinds of animals --
Magnetism and electricity: Magnetism; Electrical energy; Electricity at work --
Weather and climate: Air around us; Observing weather; Weather patterns; Seasons and climate --
Body's delivery systems: Ins and outs of breathing; Moving and removing materials; Keeping your systems healthy --
Science handbook: Think like a scientist; Safety tips; Science tools; Measurements; Glossary.