It is by the strength of Tāne that Sky and Earth were separated and Light was born . In the Māori creation story it was Tāne , god of forests , who separated Earth and Sky , allowing light to shine on the earth , so freeing the world ...
Author: Patricia Grace
Publisher: Huia Publishers
Category: Literary Criticism
Translations and explanations of Māori poetry and traditional wisdom are presented with photographs of New Zealand landscape.
A visual treat for the gem, crystal, and mineral enthusiast--whether traditional or recent--this volume features extreme close-ups showcasing the visual splendor of the stones accompanied by a brief textual portrait of the stone, including ...
Author: Jenifer Altman
Publisher: Chronicle Books
"A drop dead gorgeous collection of photography of gemstones and minerals from Polaroid Notes and Instant Love author Jen Altman. A visual treat for the gem, crystal, and mineral enthusiast--whether traditional or recent--this volume features extreme close-ups showcasing the visual splendor of the stones accompanied by a brief textual portrait of the stone, including geological, metaphysical, and historical details"--
In Stanzas I - III , two categories of metaphor are prominent : ( a ) Metaphors which interassociate the three elements of Earth , Sea and Sky ; ( b ) Metaphors which animise or personify the phenomena of nature .
Author: Teun Adrianus van Dijk
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
Category: Literary Criticism
"Discourse and Literature "boldly integrates the analysis of literature and non-literary genres in an innovative embracing study of discourse. Narrative, poetry, drama, myths, songs, letters, Biblical discourse and graffiti as well as stylistics and rhetorics are the topics treaded by twelve well-known specialists selected and introduced by Teun A. van Dijk.
Oda a la alcachofa ( I ) Ode to the Artichoke 138 139 Oda a la cebolla ( I ) Ode to the Onion 144 145 Oda al cacto de la costa ( II ) Ode to the Seachore Cactus 150 151 EARTH , SEA AND SKY Oda a la piedra ( III ) Ode to the Stone 162 ...
Author: Pablo Neruda
Publisher: Host Publications, Inc.
Poetry. Latino/Latina Studies. Translated from the Spanish by George Schade. This bilingual edition of FIFTY ODES by Pablo Neruda, lovingly translated by Latin American scholar George Schade belongs in the collection of every serious poetry lover. Neruda magically transforms everyday objects, from dogs to dictionaries, into essential elements of an always amazing and surprising world. Alastair Reade, dean of Latin American poetry translators, declares, "These translations have the same fizziness, the same physical excitement that Pablo Neruda has."
no indicator of the progress of time; on the interpretations of earth, sky, sea and sun as the four elements, see CERRI; HUBBARD 1992, 29). All in all, the section that concludes with a mention of the circular stream Okeanos (489) ...
Author: Marina Coray
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Category: Literary Criticism
The renowned Basler Homer-Kommentar of the Iliad, edited by Anton Bierl and Joachim Latacz and originally published in German, presents the latest developments in Homeric scholarship. Through the English translation of this ground-breaking reference work, edited by S. Douglas Olson, its valuable findings are now made accessible to students and scholars worldwide.
An Outline Sketch for a New Theory of the Earth and Its Inhabitants, London: Longman et al. Christie, John, and Sally Shuttleworth, eds, ... Peter Parley's Wonders of Earth Sea and Sky, new ed., London: Darton & Hodge 462 < 463 [———] ...
Author: Ralph O'Connor
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
At the turn of the nineteenth century, geology—and its claims that the earth had a long and colorful prehuman history—was widely dismissedasdangerous nonsense. But just fifty years later, it was the most celebrated of Victorian sciences. Ralph O’Connor tracks the astonishing growth of geology’s prestige in Britain, exploring how a new geohistory far more alluring than the standard six days of Creation was assembled and sold to the wider Bible-reading public. Shrewd science-writers, O’Connor shows, marketed spectacular visions of past worlds, piquing the public imagination with glimpses of man-eating mammoths, talking dinosaurs, and sea-dragons spawned by Satan himself. These authors—including men of science, women, clergymen, biblical literalists, hack writers, blackmailers, and prophets—borrowed freely from the Bible, modern poetry, and the urban entertainment industry, creating new forms of literature in order to transport their readers into a vanished and alien past. In exploring the use of poetry and spectacle in the promotion of popular science, O’Connor proves that geology’s success owed much to the literary techniques of its authors. An innovative blend of the history of science, literary criticism, book history, and visual culture, The Earth on Show rethinks the relationship between science and literature in the nineteenth century.
(take the kaïki from the lighthouse at the cape, ignoring the touts at Ágios Nikólaos) and to Navágio Beach. There are also turtle-spotting trips around Laganás Bay; Earth, Sea and Sky (www.earthseasky.org) run the most environmentally ...
Publisher: Rough Guides UK
Zakynthos is an island steeped in natural beauty, boasting some of the world's finest beaches and landscapes. Be inspired to visit by the brand new Berlitz Pocket Guide Zakynthos, a concise, full-colour guide that combines lively text with vivid photography to highlight everything that this island has to offer. Inside Berlitz Pocket Guide Zakynthos: � Where To Go details all the key areas in the area, from the Blue Caves to Navagio Beach, while handy maps on the cover flaps help you find your way around, and are cross-referenced to the text. � Top 10 Attractions gives a run-down of the best sights, including Marathonissi and the Bohali Castle. � Perfect Tour provides an itinerary for a perfect week on Zakynthos. � What To Do is a snapshot of ways to spend your spare time in Zakynthos, with detailed suggestions including shopping, entertainment and dining. � Essential information on Zakynthos's culture, including a brief history of the region. � Eating Out covers the island's best cuisine. � Curated listings of the best hotels and restaurants. � A-Z of all the practical information you'll need. About Berlitz: Berlitz draws on years of travel and language expertise to bring you a wide range of travel and language products, including travel guides, maps, phrase books, language-learning courses, dictionaries and kids' language products.
Release on 2016-11-08 | by 인천시
The vast sea, the sky that was as almost as large as the sea, and the earth upon which people were standing filled by heart with emotion. The earth, sea, and sky is the identity and competitive advantage Incheon has.
모든 길은 인천으로 통한다 나라의 성장 역사가 고스란히 살아 숨 쉬는 땅, 너비와 깊이 만큼이나 무한한 가능성으로 넘실대는 바다, 우리를 더 큰 무대로 이끄는 드넓은 하늘까지. 인천은 땅과 바다, 하늘을 통해 성장하고 발전한다. 그리고 땅과 바다, 하늘이 품은 최초의 역사와 최고의 성과들은 인천과 대한민국의 눈부신 오늘을 있게 한 원동력이자, 보다 나은 내일에 대한 기대의 원천이다. 땅, 바다, 하늘에서 성장, 가능성, 미래로. 그렇게 모든 길은 인천으로 통하며, 찬란한 비전이 언제나 인천과 함께한다. ALL WAYS LEAD TO INCHEON THE HISTORY OF THE PROGRESS OF THE COUNTRY IS STILL ALIVE IN THIS CITY. THE ROARING SEA, FULL OF VASTNESS AND POSSIBILITIES AND THE SKY, WHICH LEADS US TO A WIDER STAGE. INCHEON GROWS AND PROGRESSES THROUGH THE LAND, SEA, AND SKY. AND, THE FIRST HISTORY AND ACHIEVEMENTS THAT RESIDE IN THE LAND, SEA, AND SKY ARE THE DRIVING FORCE THAT MADE WHAT INCHEON AND SOUTH KOREA IS TODAY POSSIBLE. ALSO, IT IS THE SOURCE OF EXPECTATIONS FOR A BETTER TOMORROW. LAND, SEA, SKY TO THE GROWTH, POSSIBILITY, AND FUTURE. LIKE THIS, ALL WAYS LEAD TO INCHEON, AND THE BRIGHT VISION AND FUTURE ARE ALWAYS WITH INCHEON.
In her book Legends of the Earth, Sea, and Sky, Tamra Andrews notes the symbolic value of the ship: “Ships symbolize voyages, and in nature myths, they symbolize the voyages of the sun and the moon as they cross the heavens and the ...
Author: Will Abberley
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Underwater Worlds throws open a new area in the emerging field of “blue” environmental humanities by exploring how subaqueous environments have been imagined and represented across cultures and media. The collection pursues this theme through various disciplinary perspectives and methodologies, including history, literary and film criticism, myth studies, legal studies and the history of art. The essays suggest that, since the nineteenth century, technologies of underwater exploration have generated novel sensory experiences that have destabilized conventional modes of representation and influenced new aesthetic forms from fiction and television to virtual reality. The collection also examines how representations of underwater environments have reflected and critiqued humans’ relationships with marine ecology and life-forms. It reflects on the deeper cultural and symbolic resonances of mythical figures such as mermaids, sea monsters and the ghosts of drowned seafarers. The contributions further reveal myriad political, ideological, gendered and racial dimensions of representing underwater environments.
(Robinson & Wilson, 1962) In some stories the sky was originally touching the earth and it acted like a sort of flat cornucopia supplying the wants of all the people ... He created a daughter with whom he made the earth, sea, and sky.
Author: Paul W. Ashton
A commonly encountered experience of both analyst and analysand is that of the void. It is spoken about at different stages of therapy and refers to experiences that have different origins. Sometimes the experience of the void is around a relatively limited aspect of the psyche but at other times the void seems much more global and threatens to engulf the entire personality; the whole individual psyche then seems threatened by the possibility of dissolution into nothingness.The void experience may result from the early failure of external objects to meet the needs of the developing ego, which leads to the sorts of primitive terrors that Winnicott described, or it may result when the Self itself seems threatened with annihilation, which may be more to do with a rupturing of the ego-Self axis. In the first case the fear is of disintegration, whereas in the second the experience is one of the living dead, as though the individual is cut off from her life source. But more than that, the intrusion of the void into the conscious experience of so many of us implies that its occurrence is not only the result of severe trauma but also a necessary aspect of the individuation process.Drawing on the writings of Jung and post-Jungians, and Psychoanalytic thinkers such as Bion, Winnicott and Bick, as well as on poetry, mythology and art, and illustrating these ideas with dreams and other material drawn from his practice, the author here attempts to illuminate some of the compartments of that immense space.
Release on 2011-01-18 | by Laurence Talairach-Vielmas
Parley, Peter Parley's Wonders of the Earth, Sea, and Sky, 302. Parley, Peter Parley's Wonders of the Earth, Sea, and Sky, 5. See Carole G. Silver, Strange and Secret Peoples: Fairies and Victorian Consciousness (Oxford: Oxford ...
Author: Laurence Talairach-Vielmas
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
This edited collection aims to examine the popularisation of science for children in Britain and France from the middle of the eighteenth century to the end of the Victorian period. It compares and contrasts for the first time popular science works published at the same time in the two countries, focusing both on non-fictional and fictional texts. Starting when children’s literature emerged as a genre to the end of the nineteenth century it addresses the ways in which popular science for children engaged with wider debates and issues, concerning such topics as gender or religion. Each individual essays brings home how children’s literature revealed contemporary tensions which professional scientists confronted. The wide range of scientific topics examined, from physics and astronomy to natural history and anthropology, offers a large spectrum of types of popular science works for children.
... 96 Wollaston Lake Lodge (Saskatchewan), 96 Pompano CB's Saltwater Outfitters (Florida), 27 Earth, Sea and Sky Vacations (Mexico), 107 Everglades Angler (Florida), 27 Offshore Fishing (Florida), 29 Satisfaction Guaranteed Fishing ...
Author: Marv Fremerman
Publisher: Derrydale Press
Category: Sports & Recreation
Planning a hunting or fishing vacation can be a daunting task. How do you make sure that you are booking a lodge that is clean, has good food, and is well managed? How about that guide? Does he really know where the best lakes for large mouth bass or trout are located? Now you can rest assured that you will be in good hands when you take your hunting and fishing trips. Bass Pro Shops, the largest outdoor retail chain in the U.S., know the people who are expert trackers, fishermen and women, and outfitters. They are passing along these pearls of information in one complete book. Everything from price to license requirements and bag limits, even the history of the lodges is included! Not content with focusing on one country, Marv Fremerman has included countries around the world known for their spectacular scenery and impressive hunting and fishing locales. Some of the countries included are the U. S., Canada, Bahamas, U. S. Virgin Islands, Argentina, Belize, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Honduras, Mexico, Australia, Norway, Russia and even safari trips in Africa and the Far East. From hunting whitetails to grouse, from fishing for trout to perch, this book offers a complete directory of lodges, guides and outfitters for the outdoorsman or woman who doesn't want to spend their vacation cursing the bad information they received.