The Guerrilla Is Like a Poet


Author: Jose Maria Sison
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9789081709187
Category: Literary Criticism
Page: 296
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This book is titled after the world-renowned poem of Jose Maria Sison, "The Guerrilla Is Like a Poet," which celebrates with natural imagery and in a lyrical way the Filipino people's revolutionary struggle for national liberation and democracy against foreign and feudal oppression and exploitation. The book contains poems from Sison's Prison and Beyond, which won the Southeast Asia WRITE Award, as well as new poems that further develop the theme of struggle for national and social liberation as well as exile. It also carries articles of creative writers on the significance and relevance of his poetry. Sison is a Filipino revolutionary with extensive guerrilla experience and has been a recognized poet since his student days at the University of the Philippines. The publication of this book has been sparked by the effort of the Academy for Cultural Activism of the New World Summit to present the people's culture in the national democratic struggle in the Philippines.

Guerrilla Poems of El Salvador


Author: Claribel Alegría,Darwin J. Flakoll
Publisher: Curbstone Press
ISBN: N.A
Category: Poetry
Page: 89
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More than poetry of combat, this bilingual edition is a record of the struggles, hopes and dreams of a war-torn country, providing a vivid description of the recent struggles in El Salvador.

Hold Me Gorilla Monsoon


Author: Colette Arrand
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780997304817
Category:
Page: N.A
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Poems and comic strips about sex and gender as viewed through the lens of professional wrestling. In poems written to or about wrestlers like Junkyard Dog, Roddy Piper, Ox Baker, and CM Punk, Colette Arrand teases out the homoerotic roots of wrestling and how its warped, cartoon masculinity plays itself out over the course of a fan's life.

The Columbia Guide to the Literatures of Eastern Europe Since 1945

Albania (and Kosovo), Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, German Democratic Republic, Hungary, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia (and Montenegro), Slovakia, Slovenia
Author: Harold B. Segel
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 9780231114042
Category: Literary Collections
Page: 641
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This guide to the literatures of Eastern Europe since 1945 includes an overview of literary themes and trends in historical context; a chronology of major political events and an A-Z section of articles on the most important and influential 700 writers.

Guerrilla Prince: The Untold Story Of Fi


Author: Georgie Geyer
Publisher: Garrett County Press
ISBN: 1891053302
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Page: 395
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Based on hundreds of interviews conducted over many years in 28 countries, including extensive personal interviews with Castro himself, Georgie Anne Geyer reveals the untold story of Fidel Castro in this definitive biography.

Landscapes of Dissent

Guerrilla Poetry & Public Space
Author: Jules Boykoff,Kaia Sand
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780978926243
Category: Poetry
Page: 128
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Cultural Writing. Literary Criticism. Politics. Poetry. "Imagine--and witness--public space that is produced by us. In LANDSCAPES OF DISSENT, Sand and Boykoff remind us that there is a long history and ripe presence of intersections between poetry and politics. David Harvey is quoted in these pages as saying that public space is 'decisive.' In an age in which alienation is among our most prevalent health hazards, LANDSCAPES OF DISSENT demonstrates that poetry may be newly, again, good for you. This book is a gift. Take the power"--Carol Mirakove.

Good Night, Gorilla


Author: Peggy Rathmann
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0399242600
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Page: 34
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When an unobservant zookeeper goes home, all the animals he thinks he has left behind in the zoo follow him. On board pages.

Guerilla Furniture Design

How to Build Lean, Modern Furniture with Salvaged Materials
Author: Will Holman
Publisher: Storey Publishing
ISBN: 1612123031
Category: Design
Page: 192
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Build stylish and functional furniture from salvaged materials. This innovative guide presents dozens of strategies for upcycling scrap cardboard, metal, plastic, or wood into dependable shelving units, sturdy tables, and fun lamps. With directions for 35 easy and inexpensive projects that include a Cardboard Cantilever Chair, a License Plate Bowl, a Conduit Coatrack, and much more, you'll be inspired to start filling your home with unique high-style furniture that makes sense for both your wallet and the environment.

Blitzkrieg


Author: John Gosslee
Publisher: Rain Mountain Press
ISBN: 9780989705110
Category: Poetry
Page: 55
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Poetry. Art. John Gosslee's second book, BLITZKRIEG, covers a lot of territory, literally, from the Atlantic Ocean across the United States to the Pacific Ocean in prose and just as much ground figuratively in the thirteen poem sequence that begins the book. BLITZKRIEG begins as a 13-poem sequence that progresses through a number of cities, symbolic locales and hauntingly provocative metaphors. The non-narrative style of the sequence was inspired by the life-changing poem "Portrait of an Inner Life." Introduced by a four panel illustration of "Portrait of an Inner Life" by cartoonist Yumi Sakugawa, the third chapter features 25 pictures of the poem posted by street teams in Chicago, Los Angeles, Pheonix, Charlotte, New York and other cities. Photographs of the poem in a bottle taken by Brandon McCrea and three full size paintings of the poem by artist Scott Kirschner demonstrate how fine artists visualize the poem.

Guns and Guerilla Girls

Women in the Zimbabwean National Liberation Struggle
Author: Tanya Lyons
Publisher: Africa World Press
ISBN: 9781592211678
Category: History
Page: 338
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The history of women guerilla fighters in the Zimbabwean National Liberation war (1965-80), this book provides an examination of the many different groups of women who joined the armed struggle and contributes to a feminist understanding of Zimbabwe and African history and politics. Most previously published accounts of this event in history have tended to focus on the 'feminine' or 'natural' role women played in it, ignoring the experiences of female guerilla fighters. This book redresses the balance, giving voice to a previously unsung group of women.

Best Poems on the Underground


Author: Gerard Benson,Judith Chernaik,Cicely Herbert
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780753827253
Category: History
Page: 331
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The now familiar poem posters first appeared in London's tube and underground trains in 1986. The idea was simple enough: why not convert the empty advertising space above the passenger's heads into a simple celebration of the poetry that has underscored English literature for a thousand years or more? The poems soon caught the public's imagination. Here on the trains there was at last something different, words to soothe, inspire, move, charm, surprise, arouse, even occasionally to shock, but never to sell. This latest anthology brings together the best of all of them in a single volume. You can turn the pages and find limericks, great works of romantic poetry, ancient Gallic texts, Spike Milligan nesting alongside Dylan Thomas. As a journey of literary discovery, old favourites alongside the new, this much travelled collection of exceptional poetry has no equal.

The Penguin Book of Modern African Poetry


Author: Gerald Moore
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141912901
Category: Poetry
Page: 480
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'Poetry, always foremost of the arts in traditional Africa, has continued to compete for primacy against the newer forms of prose fiction and theatre drama.' This wonderfully comprehensive anthology of African poetry has been expanded to include ninety-nine poets from twenty-seven countries, thirty-one of whom appear for the first time. Equally wide-ranging is the content of the poetry itself: war songs and political protests jostle with poems about human love, African nature and the surprises that life offers; all are represented in these rich and colourful pages.

ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE: 21 Novels & 188 Short Stories (Including Poetry, Plays, Works on Spirituality, Historical Books & Memoirs

The Sherlock Holmes Series, The Professor Challenger Books, The Brigadier Gerard Stories, The White Company, The Great Shadow, Mystery of Cloomber, Beyond The City, A History of the Great War…
Author: Arthur Conan Doyle
Publisher: Musaicum Books
ISBN: 8027219310
Category: Fiction
Page: 10439
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This carefully edited collection has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Table of contents: Sherlock Holmes A Study in Scarlet The Sign of Four The Hound of the Baskervilles The Valley of Fear The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes The Return of Sherlock Holmes His Last Bow The Field Bazaar How Watson Learned the Trick Professor Challenger The Lost World The Poison Belt When the World Screamed Brigadier Gerard The Exploits of Brigadier Gerard The Crime of the Brigadier The Adventures of Gerard Novels Micah Clarke The White Company The Great Shadow The Refugees Rodney Stone Uncle Bernac Sir Nigel Mystery of Cloomber The Firm of Girdlestone The Doings of Raffles Haw Beyond The City The Parasite The Stark Munro Letters The Tragedy of the Korosko A Duet Short Story Collections Mysteries and Adventures The Captain of the Pole-Star, and Other Tales Round the Red Lamp Stories of War and Sport Round the Fire Stories The Last Galley: Impressions and Tales Danger and Other Stories Tales of Pirates and Blue Water Other Stories Poetry Songs of Action Songs of the Road The Guards Came Through, and Other Poems Plays Sherlock Holmes The Crown Diamond Jane Annie Waterloo A Pot of Caviare The Speckled Band The Journey Spiritualism The New Revelation The Vital Message The Wanderings of a Spiritualist The Coming of the Fairies Stranger Than Fiction Fairies Photographed The Uncharted Coast Historical Works The Great Boer War The War in South Africa The Crime of the Congo The German War A Visit to Three Fronts A History of the Great War A Glimpse of the Army The Duello in France True Crime Stories Personal Memoirs Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930) was a British writer best known for his detective fiction featuring the character Sherlock Holmes. He was a prolific writer whose other works include fantasy and science fiction stories, plays, romances, poetry, non-fiction and historical novels.

UN/MASKED

Memoirs of a Guerrilla Girl on Tour
Author: Donna Kaz
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1510709452
Category: Social Science
Page: 256
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An unknown actress on movie star’s arm was how she began. An anonymous activist in a rubber gorilla mask is where she wound up. UN/MASKED: Memoirs of a Guerrilla Girl On Tour follows the surprising twenty-five-year journey of a young artist, Donna Kaz, who is swept off her feet by Willliam Hurt, a rising star, and carried to a beach house in Malibu. The actor William Hurt introduces her to Hollywood’s elite by day and knocks her head in by night. When OJ Simpson kills his former wife in Brentwood, a bell goes off and awakens her angry, activist spirit. Always an outsider, she takes one step further into invisibility and becomes a Guerrilla Girl, a feminist activist who never appears in public without wearing a rubber gorilla mask and who uses the name of a dead woman artist instead of her own. As a Guerrilla Girl, Aphra Behn creates comedic art and theatre that blasts the blatant sexism of the theatre world while proving feminists are funny at the same time. These two narratives—that of a young victim of domestic violence at the hands of a successful actor and that of an artist so fed up with sexism in the theatre world that she puts on a gorilla mask and takes the name of a dead woman artist to provoke change—have been lived by one woman. Donna Kaz offers her compelling first-hand account—illuminated by twenty behind-the-scenes photographs—of her transition from a silent observer to an unapologetic activist. This is the memoir of a woman-turned-survivor-turned-radical-feminist who takes off her mask and, by merging her identities, reveals all.

A Tale of Four Dervishes


Author: Mir Amman
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141904399
Category: Fiction
Page: 176
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In despair at having no son to succeed him, the King of Turkey leaves his palace to live in seclusion. Soon after, however, he encounters four wandering dervishes - three princes and a rich merchant from Persia, Yemen and China - who have been guided to Turkey by a supernatural force that prophesied their meeting. The five men sit together in the dead of night, each in turn telling the tale of lost love that led him to renounce the world. As their stories within stories unfold, a magnificent world is revealed of courtly intrigue and romance, fairies and djinn, oriental gardens and lavish feasts, adventures and mishaps. A Tale of Four Dervishes (1803) is an exquisite example of Urdu fiction that provides a fascinating glimpse into the customs, beliefs and people of the time.