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Three is Not a Crowd By Robert Chasse
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Three critical essays by Robert Chasse. The unifying theme is the cardinal role of the middle-class (a.k.a. the petty-bourgeoisie) in the making of the modern world.
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Three critical essays by Robert Chasse. The unifying theme is the cardinal role of the middle-class (a.k.a. the petty-bourgeoisie) in the making of the modern world.
Sweet and Low- a collection of articles on perinatal health and development By Jill Chasse
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Pregnancy is a time of joy and magic. The development and birth of a baby creates a new sense of being and a new stage of life for a woman. Becoming a mother envelopes a sense of creation, maturity,... More > growth, love, and wonder, which should all be understood and celebrated. This is a collection of articles about the developing baby and some helpful tips for families to know, including prenatal learning, baby emotions, and preemie care. Jill Chasse has been working in maternal/child health for over 10 years. She has been a featured speaker at La Leche League meetings, SIDS foundation events, and Childbirth.org chat sessions. Mrs. Chasse has published articles in the United States and Canada, including publications such as the Compleat Mother and Nurturing. As an outreach member of the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, Mrs. Chasse strives to bridge the gap between reseach and policy for healthier and happier families and babies.< Less
Bonding with Baby- A Multicultural Perspective By Jill Chasse
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The bonding process between mother and child is psychological and spiritual process, supporting both physiological and emotional growth in mama and baby. This guide explains different ways that... More > people bond with babies all over the world, lending tips and guidelines that new parents can use in their own homes. Jill Chasse has been working in maternal/child health for over 10 years. She has been a featured speaker at La Leche League meetings, SIDS foundation events, and Childbirth.org chat sessions. Mrs. Chasse has published articles in the United States and Canada, including publications such as the Compleat Mother and Nurturing. As an outreach member of the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, Mrs. Chasse strives to bridge the gap between research and policy for healthier and happier families and babies.< Less
Troubles in Utopia By Robert Chasse
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Some believe this utopia probably differs from all previous ones in that it was actually built: it begins just beyond a Great Iron Door that few remember or have even seen. Two young men, immediately... More > recognized as former workers who recycled into clowning, while on a guided tour of a stately place, most likely the White House, lose their way and make the grievous mistake of asking for the way out. It takes no time to show them the door. Troubles in utopia are just beyond it. The author has shown in a previous work, Land of Giants, that he has a fondness for treating such deep matters with total seriousness, a touch of playful farce, and a bit of humor.< Less
A Short History of the Same Place By Robert Chasse
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It is 1979. The author travels (and takes the reader) by rail, boat, bus, rental car, bicycle, and Shanks’s pony up the East Coast from Washington to Maine, “going from here to there, to... More > see” what in thirty years has changed in the land, the landscape, the society. He reflects on history, he dreams, he digresses untethered and, “perhaps to delay” his own painful progress, he interpolates passages from the high-satirical Caldoon Wars, chronicle of Operation Mollycoddle, a U.S. military action to rein in a secessionist Maine and, as though in passing, to destroy Caldoon himself. The passing of another thirty years has not dulled the author’s critical vision. After all, we still confront “ … a future without freedom … where the repressed seek more repression … a direct route to torture chambers and random terror, the return of religion, barbarity…”< Less
A Short History of the Same Place By Robert Chasse
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It is 1979. The author travels (and takes the reader) by rail, boat, bus, rental car, bicycle, and Shanks’s pony up the East Coast from Washington to Maine, “going from here to there, to... More > see” what in thirty years has changed in the land, the landscape, the society. He reflects on history, he dreams, he digresses untethered and, “perhaps to delay” his own painful progress, he interpolates passages from the high-satirical Caldoon Wars, chronicle of Operation Mollycoddle, a U.S. military action to rein in a secessionist Maine and, as though in passing, to destroy Caldoon himself. The passing of another thirty years has not dulled the author’s critical vision. After all, we still confront “ … a future without freedom … where the repressed seek more repression … a direct route to torture chambers and random terror, the return of religion, barbarity…”< Less
Land of Giants By Robert Chasse
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These tales are from the mythical land of giants where midgets live. If their world looks remarkably like ours it is because at root the two are (nearly) identical. As the author says, “it is... More > a world like any other, as one might find any morning upon waking up; it is their life, such as it is, not perfect but better than most and the envy of all. Its principle of unity is division; all parts in disarray form a total harmony.” The style is concise, forceful, peppered with humorous turns of phrase.< Less
Troubles in Utopia By Robert Chasse
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Some believe this utopia probably differs from all previous ones in that it was actually built: it begins just beyond a Great Iron Door that few remember or have even seen. Two young men, immediately... More > recognized as former workers who recycled into clowning, while on a guided tour of a stately place, most likely the White House, lose their way and make the grievous mistake of asking for the way out. It takes no time to show them the door. Troubles in utopia are just beyond it. The author has shown in a previous work, Land of Giants, that he has a fondness for treating such deep matters with total seriousness, a touch of playful farce, and a bit of humor.< Less
Land of Giants By Robert Chasse
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These tales are from the mythical land of giants where midgets live. If their world looks remarkably like ours it is because at root the two are (nearly) identical. As the author says, “it is... More > a world like any other, as one might find any morning upon waking up; it is their life, such as it is, not perfect but better than most and the envy of all. Its principle of unity is division; all parts in disarray form a total harmony.” The style is concise, forceful, peppered with humorous turns of phrase.< Less