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The Landscape and Architecture of a Woman By Tamarah Wild
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"The Landscape and Architecture of a Woman" is a fearless and shameless examination of self and soul, a liberating work that empowers women to own their sexuality, to live their sexuality... More > without apology. Ms. Wild carves pain, longing and bliss from the same stone, availing a better understanding of what it is to be a woman- a woman in love, a woman in pain, a woman seeking to know, to understand. Sometimes raw and abrasive, often eloquent, always with her very distinct meter, Wild writes with the sexual proclivity of Anais Nin, the spirituality of sufi poets Rumi and Hafiz, and the love-lust of Pablo Neruda. A must-read for lovers of poetry, lovers of women, and those who seek to better understand the landscape and architecture of a woman.< Less
The Landscape and Architecture of a Woman By Tamarah Wild
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"The Landscape and Architecture of a Woman" is a fearless and shameless examination of self and soul, a liberating work that empowers women to own their sexuality, to live their sexuality... More > without apology. Ms. Wild carves pain, longing and bliss from the same stone, availing a better understanding of what it is to be a woman- a woman in love, a woman in pain, a woman seeking to know, to understand. Sometimes raw and abrasive, often eloquent, always with her very distinct meter, Wild writes with the sexual proclivity of Anais Nin, the spirituality of sufi poets Rumi and Hafiz, and the love-lust of Pablo Neruda. A must-read for lovers of poetry, lovers of women, and those who seek to better understand the landscape and architecture of a woman.< Less
Landscapes of Horror By Thomas Graham
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This book contains the three stories of: Maguire Farm, The Boy Who Would Not Die and Adam the Alien Hunter. These are tales told by men who had horrific and frightening experiences as teenagers. ... More > Rob is mystified about the killing of livestock on Maguire Farm. Is there a wild animal living in the forest? Eric is the boy who would not die, just barely managing to stay alive. But death is still never far away. Adam knows he must destroy the aliens that are tormenting mankind even if he is alone in his belief. But to make matters worse, he soon finds himself locked inside a mental health institution until he can stop talking about them. Robert and Eric have a terrible secret to tell, but Adam will have an incredible truth revealed to him.< Less
Holy Wildness By Tonja Reichley
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Sacred landscape offers thresholds to sensual secrets, deep yearnings and spiraled awakenings. Join ritual herbalist Tonja Reichley on the turas, the holy journey, through ancient places of Ireland.... More > Through ritual and intention, she and photographer Carl Fuermann visited sacred sites and recorded their experiences with words and pictures. This is a book of prose and photography depicting personal experience to holy landscape and to inspire others to awaken to the possibility that these and all sacred landscapes hold for us.< Less
Wild Places By Jamie Pham
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This is a collection of my favorite photographs from my travels. From the rugged coast of Oregon, to the deserts of Death Valley, all the way to thermally active Yellowstone.
The Call of Wild By Jack London
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Buck is a sturdy crossbreed canine accustomed to a comfortable life as a family dog -- until he's seized from his pampered surroundings and shipped to Alaska to be a sled dog. There, the forbidding... More > landscape is as harsh as life itself during the gold rush of the 1890s. Forced to function in a climate where every day is a struggle for survival, Buck adapts quickly and makes due with what is available.......< Less
The Wild Olive By Basil King
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The Wild Olive by Basil King, published 1910. "A solitary horseman was wending his way across "the plain." Thus, in effect, the clever author of The Wild Olive begins his story. True,... More > the horseman chances to be on foot, and the plain is a hillside opening in the forest that clothes the foothills of the Adirondacks. Otherwise it is the time-honoured formula, which the ingenuity of countless novelists has failed to improve. It is the apparition of the human figure on the otherwise lifeless landscape that is essential. It is an opening not to be resisted by any novel-reader whose interests are properly regulated. Behold the hero, a fugitive from justice, picturesquely dishevelled, running from his pursuers straight into the house of the man who had that very morning sentenced him to death. Behold the heroine, a proud, beautiful William Benjamin Basil King (1859–1928) was a Canadian-born clergyman who became a writer after retiring from the clergy. His novels and non-fiction were spiritually oriented.< Less
Antarctic Landscapes, 2017 calendar By Brian Lockett
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A dozen photos of Antarctic Landscapes. Locations include: Cape Wild and Cape Lookout on Elephant Island, Paulet Island, the Weddell Sea, Neko Harbor in Andvord Bay on the Antarctic Peninsula, and... More > Deception Island.< Less
Wild by Design & Ploughing On... By Ian D. Rotherham, Christine Handley (eds.)
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The Wild by Design seminar was aimed at all those involved in the conservation of sites and landscapes. It was intended to address critical issues of landscape management and landscape change... More > including how agricultural, urban and post-industrial landscapes change and evolve. It considered the impacts of agricultural diversification and extensification, as well as proposals for the release of upland areas from pastoral grazing management. The Ploughing on Regardless seminar took place in October 2003. It considered the impacts of cultivation on our natural and historic environments, how they have and are being assessed and how damage can be mitigated. It raised issues of the ways in which Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) can protect uncultivated land from improvement. Speakers and participants at both events included landscape professionals, archaeologists, ecologists, earth scientists, planners, conservationists and workers in education.< Less
Wild Places Hardcover By Jamie Pham
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Hardcover version of my collection favorite photographs from my travels. From the rugged coast of Oregon, to the deserts of Death Valley, all the way to thermally active Yellowstone.