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SLIDE SHOWS By Charlotte Cheetham
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Slide Shows, the book http://slideshows-book.tumblr.com , is the printed version of the same name project, initiated by Charlotte Cheetham in 2012 in Vancouver on the invitation of the magazine... More > Fillip. The Slide Shows project in its original format, is a collection of slideshows supplied by publishers, artists, designers and booksellers. Following a first printed teaser inserted into Fillip #18, the project finally takes the form of a printed-on-demand book documenting 11 of the 30 slideshows available on http://slide-shows.tumblr.com. Slide Shows has been screened during events such as Sprint in Milano (2013), at Art Metropole in Toronto (2014), during the London Art Book Fair (2014), the Tokyo Art Book Fair (2014), the Detroit Art Book Fair (2014), and the Singapore Art Book Fair (2014). The project has also been introduced at the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw (2013), and at PrintRoom in Rotterdam (2014). Curated by Charlotte Cheetham - Designed by Charlotte Cheetham and Pierre Vanni< Less
Italian Interlude By John Cheetham
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Memoir of capture in North Africa, life in two Italian prison camps, and escape and subsequent experiences while staying with an Italian family in rural Italy.
Italian Interlude By John Cheetham
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Memoir of capture in North Africa, life in two Italian prison camps, and escape and subsequent experiences while staying with an Italian family in rural Italy.
Two Weddings in Marple, March, 1883 By Jean Day
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This book is a fictionalised story based on real people and events. It tells of the preparations for the weddings of the four families involved.
My Word! The Larry Updike Story By Larry Updike
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How much trouble can a naïve religious kid from Saskatchewan with a dream of becoming a minister get into when he stumbles into radio while on the road to redemption? My Word! The Larry Updike... More > Story is one man’s journey through life as he fights to keep his feet on two different paths. The hedonism and liberty of rock and roll radio versus a deep seeded longing for knowledge and contentment is the ultimate struggle. The ability to tame and control both of those worlds, the ultimate accomplishment…< Less
Western Esotericism Study Book 3 By Esoteric Studies
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Another Two texts about Western Esotericism (specifically Paganism and Christianism): "The Mysteries: Pagan and Christian" by Samuel Cheetham "Pagan & Christian Creeds: Their... More > Origin and Meaning" By Edward Carpenter For Educational purposes only.< Less
The One I Knew the Best of All By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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FULLY ILLUSTRATED. The One I Knew the Best of All traces the early life of Frances Hodgson Burnett. In it she relates her earliest memories as a child in a North Manchester middle-class home and,... More > following her father's death, in Salford. Although a well-behaved little girl she relates her fascination with "back street" children and their language - the Lancashire dialect - which she sets out to learn. At the same time she provides a vivid description of the differences in the lives of those who laboured to produce Lancashire's wealth and those who took possession of it. Finally she deals with the American Civil War - the consequent Lancashire Cotton Famine - its devastating effects - her family's impoverishment and subsequent flight across the Atlantic. Here, in Tennessee, they make a new life, and Frances is forced to examine ways they can make a living. A brilliant, entertaining and thought provoking read. Published in support of The Working Class Movement Library, Salford, M5 4WX.< Less
The One I Knew the Best of All - A Memory of the Mind of a Child By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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FULLY ILLUSTRATED. The One I Knew the Best of All traces the early life of Frances Hodgson Burnett. In it she relates her earliest memories as a child in a North Manchester middle-class home and,... More > following her father's death, in Salford. Although a well-behaved little girl she relates her fascination with "back street" children and their language - the Lancashire dialect - which she sets out to learn. At the same time she provides a vivid description of the differences in the lives of those who laboured to produce Lancashire's wealth and those who took possession of it. Finally she deals with the American Civil War - the consequent Lancashire Cotton Famine - its devastating effects - her family's impoverishment and subsequent flight across the Atlantic. Here, in Tennessee, they make a new life, and Frances is forced to examine ways they can make a living. A brilliant, entertaining and thought provoking read. Published in support of The Working Class Movement Library, Salford, M5 4WX.< Less
Grandma's War - Memories of a Childhood By Barbara Anderton
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This book is dedicated to my family – so they will never forget their past. Memoirs are memories you hold in your heart. What follows is the result of hours spent listening to my mother,... More > Phyllis Cheetham who, in her nineties, remembered much, much more than me and was able to correct some of my mistaken or distorted memories. This book is a tribute to her and to the thousands of women and children who endured the hardships of the war years, the food rationing and the fear of bombing, wondering whether their loved ones would be saved from the ravages of war, and then trying to settle down to living normal lives again once the war was over.< Less
Grandma's War - Memories of a Childhood By Barbara Anderton
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This book is dedicated to my family – so they will never forget their past. Memoirs are memories you hold in your heart. What follows is the result of hours spent listening to my mother,... More > Phyllis Cheetham who, in her nineties, remembered much, much more than me and was able to correct some of my mistaken or distorted memories. This book is a tribute to her and to the thousands of women and children who endured the hardships of the war years, the food rationing and the fear of bombing, wondering whether their loved ones would be saved from the ravages of war, and then trying to settle down to living normal lives again once the war was over.< Less