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L'HOMME AUX PIEDS DE CAOUTCHOUC By Stephane Cuny
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Stéphane est né le 14 octobre 1957 en Algérie... Il est né avec des pieds de caoutchouc. Autrement dit, lorsque sa mère le met debout, il s'écroule car ses... More > chevilles ne le soutiennent pas. Au lieu de marcher, il dessine, il cous les petits bouts d'étoffe que lui donne sa grand-mère. Vers l'âge de six ans, une difficile et douloureuse épreuve l'attend. En effet, un magicien du scalpel lui donne sa première chance d'homme : Celle de marcher ! En apprenant son métier de tailleur sur mesure, il rencontre des peintres, des créateurs (Ginette, Juliane etc.) et malgré une vie qui va trop vite, émaillée bien plus de peines que je joie, il peint. Il aime les voyages et après avoir sillonné l'Allemagne, l'Autriche et quelques pays d'Europe Centrale, riches en rencontres humaines, il nous fait part de ce qu'il a vu...< Less
A Season in New York: Autumn 2010 By CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
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This is a collection of journalism by freelance reporters studying at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism during the autumn of 2010.
A Season in New York: Autumn 2010 By CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
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This is a collection of journalism by freelance reporters studying at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism during the autumn of 2010.
A Season in New York: Autumn 2013 By CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
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This is a collection of stories from freelance writers studying for their master's degrees at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. These stories represent some -- but hardly all -- of their work... More > in the core reporting and writing class, Craft 1, taught by Professor Tim Harper.< Less
A Season in New York By CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
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A collection of journalism from New York City during the autumn of 2011.
Articles on Being Christian By Charles H. Cuny
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“Talking is one of the most important functions that we perform in life. It is the process that we become a shared part of the family, community and of the world. It is also our way of... More > contributing our understanding of the world.” From The Language Game “Choosing is the most important function in life! Nothing defines a man more than the choices he has made. He is the sum product of all the many choices that he has made in his life.” From The Art of Choosing “The foremost feature that sets man apart other creatures is his ability to master words. Ideas are central to his mental existence and are food for the mind. They nourish the brain in a fashion similar to food for the body.” From Birthing of an Idea “She was in the hospital for 19 days before she was pronounced brain dead, yet they kept her on life support for another five days until her baby could be safely born. But if she were dead, how could she continue to nurture her unborn child for another five days? From The Elusive Life< Less
My Working Copy By Marian T. (Cuny) Kile
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A Different USA History By Joseph F. Cuny
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Historically man has been classified into many groups but for this work, our focus is on the super rich and powerful and everyone else. The super rich and powerful live in their own circle as... More > aristocrats which they know they deserve since they alone developed modern aristocracy. What they refuse to recognize is that aristocracy is based on the backs of labor and everyone else. Yes, all the others! Even legislators will be thrown under the bus when it is convenient to the super rich. Convenient is too mild a word because once the super rich own all the wealth, they will still want labor converted to slavery (serfdom). In other words we are headed back to where the king’s maintained armies to assure that the serfs provided food for the kings and their armies. Of course when the super rich do own all the wealth, labor will not be able to pay the taxes that the super rich already bypass. Come to think of it, without the amenities of civilization, life might be easier.< Less
My Knife River Adventure By Alicia Cuny, Janna Lynn Soberg
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Native American children's Historical fiction, about a girl going on a field trip to Knife River Indian Village. Taking you on a trip back to the 1800's and the Earth lodge living.
Couleurs d'Europe Centrale II By Stephane Cuny
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Stephane CUNY, artiste peintre naïf. Son atelier se situe à Héric, en Loire Atlantique. Né le 14 octobre 1957 à Alger, il perd son père alors qu'il n'a que 6... More > mois Son parcours est atypique : C'est au Lycée Technique du Vêtement des Taillandiers à Paris qu'il apprend, outre le métier de tailleur sur mesure pour homme, les arts plastiques, auprès de peintres confirmés qui lui enseignent le dessin et la peinture. C'est avec ces professeurs qu'il expose pendant de nombreuses années au Salon des Artistes Indépendants a Paris. Il fait sa première exposition a l'age de 22 ans...< Less