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Home. In this unique volume, prominent American writers from the past and present--Willa Cather, Henry David Thoreau, Eloise Greenfield--give voice to the region of the country each calls home. Thomas Locker's lavish oil paintings accompany each passage, transporting the reader from the crashing waves of the Pacific coast to the bluebonnet fields of the Texas prairie. Come along on a spectacular journey through our home--America.
It's 1808 . . .
A visual history of this country's domestic interiors, 1814-1914, as seen through contemporary photographs, drawings and paintings. A variety of houses from Maori whare interiors, missionary and settler homes to the turn-of-the-century villas of Auckland and twentieth-century bungalows of suburban Christchurch. Several homes of well-known New Zealanders, such as Governor George Grey, Maggie Makereti Papakura and John Logan Campbell are also included. There are pictures on almost every page, with extended captions. The book is divided into four periods of twenty-five years, each with an introduction.
Painting forÂ Performance removes the mystery from painting and gives beginners the terms, tools, and techniques to approach their unpainted set with confidence. Covering the mechanics of paint and its many implementations in set design, this book provides simple and effective step-by-step instructions for painting a variety of surfaces to look great on stage.
MY HOME AND NATIVE LAND is a story based on factual events, about the struggles of a young man growing up in a tribal family with a drug addiction environment. By the in family ignorance and under different circumstances he habitually was changed in behavior. Some events are based on real life of a native child. This is the story of Frances, as told by him. His life starts when he born in a tribal community of North America. His people have great Expectations for him to learn humility, and the value culture of the tribe, Frances tells the story of the other aspects of life in his community and family within invisible boundaries which could not make him a better child. He tells how much a child needs the care from his family to grown up a better human. His life as a foster child and how it affected his life is explored. He speaks of the pressure to use drugs and commit crimes to survive. Through his story he shows how the fake freedom of drugs and sex without restrictions or boundaries in families affects in the life of children and burns their soul.
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