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Land's End By John Carbon
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This short, lyrical work for cello and piano was composed in 2004 and premiered at the Santa Barbara Chamber Music Festival. Based on an aria from John Carbon's opera, Out of this World, the mood is... More > both reflective and nostalgic, with a turbulent middle section. Showcases the singing tenor range of the cello.< Less
Land's End By John Carbon
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This short, lyrical work for cello and piano was composed in 2004 and premiered at the Santa Barbara Chamber Music Festival. Based on an aria from John Carbon's opera, Out of this World, the mood is... More > both reflective and nostalgic, with a turbulent middle section. Showcases the singing tenor range of the cello.< Less
Beyond Land's End By Ivena Stead
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Beyond Land's End is the true story of unswerving faith spanning three generations of Australian women who have withstood the unbridled oceans of their lives. These three women are inextricably... More > linked to the land, to each other and to their devotion. Rich with history, growth, and courage, delve into each woman's story as she discovers her destiny. 'We need to know the history of our forbears, where they came from and the hardships they endured. They created the foundation of Australia and we must keep our history alive. You write very well. I could picture all the times and places about which you write. I remember being part of the era of Sydney when people danced at the Trocadero. Thank you for keeping the early days of Sydney and the countryside of New South Wales in our minds.' June Dally-Watkins< Less
Beyond Land's End By Ivena Stead
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Beyond Land's End is the true story of unswerving faith spanning three generations of Australian women who have withstood the unbridled oceans of their lives. These three women are inextricably... More > linked to the land, to each other and to their devotion. Rich with history, growth, and courage, delve into each woman's story as she discovers her destiny. 'We need to know the history of our forbears, where they came from and the hardships they endured. They created the foundation of Australia and we must keep our history alive. You write very well. I could picture all the times and places about which you write. I remember being part of the era of Sydney when people danced at the Trocadero. Thank you for keeping the early days of Sydney and the countryside of New South Wales in our minds.' June Dally-Watkins< Less
To the End of the Land Study Guide By BookRags.com
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The To the End of the Land Study Guide contains a comprehensive summary and analysis of To the End of the Land by David Grossman. It includes a detailed Plot Summary, Chapter Summaries &... More > Analysis, Character Descriptions, Objects/Places, Themes, Styles, Quotes, and Topics for Discussion on To the End of the Land.< Less
Land's End to John o' Groats By David Barnby
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Describes the preparation for walking Land's End to John o' Groats, the day to day experiences (with over 100 colour photographs)including difficulties encountered, the aftermath of the walk and... More > history of the activity. Recommended for those interested in long distance walking in general and John o' Groats in particular and for those contemplating walking the journey.< Less
Land's End to John o' Groats By Dave Lewis
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Back in 2005 Dave and his friend Derek decided they needed a challenge and so what better than a little bike ride around the countryside. Read on… ‘When you’re nearly forty years... More > old, just recovering from glandular fever and double pneumonia what better way to celebrate your wedding than to leave your wife behind to cycle the length of Britain? An account of two friends, who got drunk one night and decided to pedal nearly 1000 miles for charity, proving that you don’t need a state-of-the-art road bike, a skin-tight outfit with a TV sponsor written on the front or a made-to-measure ego – you just need a good mate, a beer mat’s worth of planning, no training whatsoever and the will to do it.’ More than just another cycling trip, this book is a funny and sometimes moving account of a few weeks in the summer of 2005 when coupled with various personal events life takes on a new and different perspective. This book will either inspire you to get on your bike or have you laughing all the way to the pub.< Less
The Land's End? The Great Sale of Cornwall By Bernard Deacon
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This book does three things. First, it outlines how Cornwall’s planners and local elites put the interests of future second home owners and in-migrants before those of current residents. The... More > economic failure of this policy is outlined and the environmental consequences of growth identified. The book then moves on to discuss the cultural impact of policies that are marginalising the Cornish people and threatening to destroy aspects of Cornishness. Second, it pursues the question of why a failed, unsustainable and damaging population-led policy is still being adopted. It finds that some interests gain financially, others swallow a simple ideology of growth, while in addition central government and an over-reliance on tourism help lock us into a spiral of unsustainability. Finally, it reveals the democratic deficit that exists in Cornwall, before exploring some potential strategies that could replace a developer-led agenda with democratically-led policies that put Cornwall and its people first.< Less
The Land's End? The Great Sale of Cornwall By Bernard Deacon
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This book does three things. First, it outlines how Cornwall’s planners and local elites put the interests of future second home owners and in-migrants before those of current residents. The... More > economic failure of this policy is outlined and the environmental consequences of growth identified. The book then moves on to discuss the cultural impact of policies that are marginalising the Cornish people and threatening to destroy aspects of Cornishness. Second, it pursues the question of why a failed, unsustainable and damaging population-led policy is still being adopted. It finds that some interests gain financially, others swallow a simple ideology of growth, while in addition central government and an over-reliance on tourism help lock us into a spiral of unsustainability. Finally, it reveals the democratic deficit that exists in Cornwall, before exploring some potential strategies that could replace a developer-led agenda with democratically-led policies that put Cornwall and its people first.< Less
Sketch-ed, a look inside my head By Doug Land.
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Doug Land is a seemingly unknown illustrator with a wonderful sense of personal narration. This short, twenty page book features art from the sketchbooks of Doug Land as he traveled from teenage... More > angst into the toga cloth of college life, and steadily into a nine to five job that ended with a battle from Unemployment. In the book he describes the backdrop for many of the sketches, as they serve as a visual biography for his rich personal history. The book ends as all good books do: with a monkey holding a sword. The book is a free to download and available for sharing, in an attempt to spread his name far and wide.< Less