The prince puts the pack on his back , and as dawn breaks , he says his goodbyes and begins the climb down the sheer cliff . As he climbs , his father is still nowhere to be seen . His mother's tears echo in his ears . In his mother's ...
Author: Michael Gurian
Through exercises and guided meditations, the author provides the means to uncover the influence of the primal bond between a man and his mother and to facilitate healing there—as well as in marriage, parenthood, friendship, and all other relationships of love.
For another , the personalities of the sons differed . These varieties may be exemplified by two cases . One , an admittedly overprotected son , talked light - heartedly of his mother's inquisitiveness ...
Author: Mirra Komarovsky
Publisher: Rowman Altamira
Category: Social Science
First Published in 1976, Dilemmas of Masculinity takes a rare look at the immediate impact on masculinity of the women's movement. The book is informed by research carried out during 1969-1970, when Mirra Komarovsky was teaching Sociology at Barnard College. It offers a unique insight into the early impact of the women's movement on college-aged men.
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I know of another young man who was completely mom - dominated up until the time he entered the service . As a matter of fact , I have always strongly suspected that he enlisted long before his draft call to escape his mom .
The other sons of Jacob took no part in the act of treachery ( Genesis , xxix , 33 , 34 ; xxx , 21 ; xxxiv , 25 , 31 ) . Notice , too , the love which Joseph has for Benjamin , “ his mother's son ” ( Genesis , xliii , 29 , 30 ) ...
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The common father was less looked to - each family clung to its own mother — the children of the other mothers being regarded ... 1 : “ Abimelech the son of Jerubbaal went to Shechem , unto his mother's brethren , and communed with them ...
An example to Christian mothers - Her name famous through her son's greatness - Impossible to separate the two - St . Augustine's influence over Western civilization in Western Europe , His writings the noblest classics of the Christian ...
Release on 2006-05-10 | by George Latimer Apperson
1837 : J. S. Knowles , Love - Chase , V i , But every man , As they say , to his own business . ... Letters , i 334 ( 1894 ) , Fire was maintained at the mouth of the cavern , until every man and mother's son were suffocated .
Author: George Latimer Apperson
Publisher: Wordsworth Editions
Category: Proverbs, English
This dictionary aims to help users to find the most appropriate word to use on a wide range of occasions. It is designed in particular for students, those writing reports, letters and speeches, and crossword solvers, but is also useful as a general word reference. Special features include: an alphabetical A-Z listing; numbered senses for words with more than one meaning; British and American variants; and specially marked colloquial uses.
He enables the son to separate from the mother. He is the gatekeeper, guiding his son into the community of men...Only by becoming his father's as well as his mother's son can he become a good father and husband.” Many child development ...
Author: Mikki Morrissette
Publisher: Be-Mondo Publishing
Category: Family & Relationships
"Choosing Single Motherhood is the first comprehensive resource book available for women who have chosen, or are thinking of choosing, single motherhood. Based on extensive research, advice from child experts and family therapists, and conversations with more than one hundred “thinkers' and single mothers, this book funnels twenty-five years of hindsight into up-to-date insight on all aspects of the Choice Motherhood movement Every year thousands of professional, unmarried women debate whether to have a child; this book gives them the tools to make and responsibly execute that decision. From how to answer a child's “daddy” questions to the pros and cons of using a known donor to how the children of pioneering Choice Moms feel about the lifestyle, this book is the one resource needed by every woman who makes this decision."
While Omar Khayyam may escape his mother country, the incident with Farah Zoroaster (and, to a lesser extent, his sexual relationship with Shahbanou) illustrates how he is still very much his mothers' son. Again, Shame in some ways ...
Author: Matt Kimmich
Offspring Fictions: Salman Rushdie¿s Family Novels is the first book-length study that examines families and especially the parent-child relationship in Rushdie¿s core works. It argues that Sigmund Freud¿s concept of the family and the author¿s variations thereon are central to a full understanding of the four novels Midnight¿s Children, Shame, the controversial The Satanic Verses and The Moor¿s Last Sigh, a quasi-sequel to Rushdie¿s first success. Through close readings that make use of a variety of critical approaches, Offspring Fictions provides a sustained examination of how the parents and children that people Rushdie¿s fictions reflect the larger issues his work is concerned with: nationalism, religion, history and authorship. Aimed primarily at academics and students, but also of interest to the general reader, Offspring Fictions provides a clear and insightful analysis of Rushdie¿s family tetralogy. Contents Acknowledgements Rushdie¿s Tetralogy Introduction Chapter 1: Reading the Novels Midnight¿s Children Chapter 2: The Child Is Father of the Man: Creating Progeny in Midnight¿s Children Chapter 3: Days Full of Potential Mothers and Possible Fathers: Saleem Sinai¿s Multiple Family Romances Chapter 4: ¿The Mother-Goddess In Her Most Terrible Aspect¿: The Murder of Childhood and Dialogue Shame Chapter 5: Sins of the Parents: Monstrous Mothers and Absent Fathers Chapter 6: ¿Discrete Parameters of a Family Squabble¿: Family Antagonisms The Satanic Verses Chapter 7: Absent Fathers and Fallen Sons: The Satanic Verses Chapter 8: ¿Pleasechu Meechu, Hopeyu Guessma Nayym¿: Giving a Voice to Satanic Doubt The Moor¿s Last Sigh Chapter 9: Uprooting the Family Tree: The Moor¿s Last Sigh Chapter 10: Conflicting Parents, Contesting Authors: Who Writes the Moor? Chapter 11: From Ganesh to Dumbo: The First and the Last of the Family Novels Select Bibliography Index
Hewashis mothers son, solike herinhis ambitionanddrive, his stubbornness and toughness. Unlike hisfather, Wayne fulfilled his mothers dreams of success, and she never forgave him forit. She refused to acknowledge his accomplishments or ...
Author: James S. Olson
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Biography & Autobiography
No American has been more identified with his country than John Wayne. For millions of people from the heartland to the furthest corners of the earth, he simply is America. Wayne virtually defined the role of the cowboy and the soldier, unswervingly playing the gruff man of decency, the hero who would always come through when the chips were down. On-screen -- and off -- Wayne was larger than life. For twenty-five years he dominated at the box office. His popularity both at home and abroad remains higher than any other celebrity of his time. So why have critics and film historians refused to grant him the central importance he deserves? Why has there never before been a serious biography? The answers to these questions reveal much about both Wayne and America. He was highly regarded in the '40s and '50s. As the Cold War progressed, however, critics gradually turned away from him. By the '60s and '70s, Wayne's politics guaranteed that movies like The Green Berets would be panned, despite consistent popular success. Now, after the death of both Wayne and communism, it is high time for Randy Roberts and James Olson's reappraisal. Based on over five years of interview and archival research, John Wayne: American explains the appeal of Wayne's abiding Americanness. Indeed, we cannot understand America itself without understanding John Wayne. Born in a dyed-in-the-wool Republican town in Iowa, a football star and student leader, and a scholarship boy at USC, Wayne went to Hollywood because it was the truest meritocracy in America, the one place where his lack of wealth and connections could not hurt him. After spending the first decade of his career on Poverty Row, he emerged as a star in Stagecoach. But it was during World War II that Wayne -- and America -- emerged as superpowers. Wayne came to politics reluctantly, joining the mainstream of America in its confrontation with communism -- and maintaining his opposition ever since. At heart, however, Wayne was a nonideological conservative. He loved his freedom, his friends, his women, and his booze. He believed in simple justice, and common decency, and he will always be beloved as a result.
Gamit Vasava Chaudhari Kukana Warli 1 Father, mother, son and his wife 1 2 2 4 1 10 2 Father, mother, son and his wife and their children 32 16 24 31 27 130 3 Father, two mothers, son and his wife and their children 1 1 2 4 Father, ...
Author: Dhananjay Kumar
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Category: Social Science
India has two key social formations, the castes and the tribes. Both groups can be studied from the perspective of society (samaj) and culture (sanskriti). However, studies on castes largely deal with social structure and less on culture, while studies on tribes focus more on culture than on social structure. What has resulted from this bias is a general misunderstanding that tribes have a rich culture but lack social structure. This volume emerges out of an in-depth empirical study of the social structure of five Scheduled Tribes (STs) in Gujarat, western India, viz., Gamit, Vasava, Chaudhari, Kukana and Warli. It analyses and compares their internal social organisation consisting of institutions of household, family, lineage, clan, kinship rules and marriage networks. The book also deals with changes taking place in the social structure of contemporary tribal societies. While the focus is mainly on the data from tribes of western India, the issues are relevant to pan-Indian tribes. An important contribution to the studies on tribes of India, this book will be of great interest to students and researchers of anthropology, sociology, demography, history, tribal studies, social work, public policy and law. It will also be of interest to professionals working with NGOs and civil society, programme and policy formulating authorities and bureaucrats.
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The contemporary accounts on which Tacitus based his own history said she had an accomplice: the imperial doctor. ... At this threat to his principate, Nero proved he was truly his mother's son: he called in Locusta.
Author: Natalie Haynes
In this thoroughly engaging book, Natalie Haynes brings her scholarship and wit to the most fascinating true stories of the ancient world. The Ancient Guide to Modern Life not only reveals the origins of our culture in areas including philosophy, politics, language, and art, it also draws illuminating connections between antiquity and our present time, to demonstrate that the Greeks and Romans were not so different from ourselves: is Bart Simpson the successor to Aristophanes? Do the Beckhams have parallel lives with The Satiricon's Trimalchio? Along the way Haynes debunks myths (gladiators didn't salute the emperor before their deaths, and the last words of Julius Caesar weren't "et tu, brute?") from Athens to Zeno's paradox, this irresistible guide shows how the history and wisdom of the ancient world can inform and enrich our lives today.
“Son,I have paid a heavy price for my folly. By losing you, I lost Bharat too!” said Kaikeyi. Rama asked Bharat totouch his mother's feet and take her blessings saying that heaven was incomplete without a mother's blessings.
Author: S.P. Bansal
Publisher: Diamond Pocket Books Pvt Ltd
Ramayana, undoubtedly, is the most popular epic of India. It is the greatest human testament in Indian mythology. The saga of Rama's life and its poetic rendition in several languages speak volumes of its genial, abiding and deep influence on millions of people not only in India but also in the whole of South-East Asia. Its loud message of the ultimate victory of good over evil is universal and cuts across all kinds of possible boundaries. This book presents the Rama story in its bare essentials. It is the best book on morals, human values and ideals that can bp placed with much hope and confidence before our young generation. It will surely inspire them to be more righteous, honest, dutiful and be a real repository of what is best in Indian thought and culture.
1803 Austin Constitutional 76 : A man must cast out the beam in his own eye , before he attempts to pull out the mote which ... 1829 Jackson CorresponM256 Every Mother's son 1650 Bradstreet Works 227 : And on their ground they die each ...
Author: Bartlett Jere Whiting
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
p.B. J. Whiting savors proverbial expressions and has devoted much of his lifetime to studying and collecting them; no one knows more about British and American proverbs than he. The present volume, based upon writings in British North America from the earliest settlements to approximately 1820, complements his and Archer Taylor's Dictionary of American Proverbs and Proverbial Phrases, 1820-1880. It differs from that work and from other standard collections, however, in that its sources are primarily not "literary" but instead workaday writings - letters, diaries, histories, travel books, political pamphlets, and the like. The authors represent a wide cross-section of the populace, from scholars and statesmen to farmers, shopkeepers, sailors, and hunters. Mr. Whiting has combed all the obvious sources and hundreds of out-of-the-way publications of local journals and historical societies. This body of material, "because it covers territory that has not been extracted and compiled in a scholarly way before, can justly be said to be the most valuable of all those that Whiting has brought together," according to Albert B. Friedman. "What makes the work important is Whiting's authority: a proverb or proverbial phrase is what BJW thinks is a proverb or proverbial phrase. There is no objective operative definition of any value, no divining rod; his tact, 'feel, ' experience, determine what's the real thing and what is spurious."
He is his mother's son. The possessive of a regular plural is spelleds'. He is his parents' son, or, with a same-sex couple, He is his mothers' son. As for names ending in slike Charles and Jones, go with grammatical logic and treat ...
Author: Steven Pinker
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
“Charming and erudite," from the author of Rationality and Enlightenment Now, "The wit and insight and clarity he brings . . . is what makes this book such a gem.” —Time.com Why is so much writing so bad, and how can we make it better? Is the English language being corrupted by texting and social media? Do the kids today even care about good writing—and why should we care? From the author of The Better Angels of Our Nature and Enlightenment Now. In this entertaining and eminently practical book, the cognitive scientist, dictionary consultant, and New York Times–bestselling author Steven Pinker rethinks the usage guide for the twenty-first century. Using examples of great and gruesome modern prose while avoiding the scolding tone and Spartan tastes of the classic manuals, he shows how the art of writing can be a form of pleasurable mastery and a fascinating intellectual topic in its own right. The Sense of Style is for writers of all kinds, and for readers who are interested in letters and literature and are curious about the ways in which the sciences of mind can illuminate how language works at its best.
In both The Prince and the Pauper and Pudd'nhead Wilson, Twain reversed his mother's denial of her son as “Mark Twain,” by having Tom Canty and Tom Driscoll refuse to acknowledge that they are indeed their mothers' sons.
Author: Pamela A. Boker
Publisher: NYU Press
Category: Literary Criticism
The original essays in this much-needed collection broadly assess the contemporary patterns of crime as related to immigration, race, and ethnicity. Immigration and Crime covers both a variety of immigrant groups—mainly from Asia, the Caribbean, and Latin America—and a variety of topics including: victimization, racial conflict, juvenile delinquency, exposure to violence, homicide, drugs, gangs, and border violence. The volume provides important insights about past understandings of immigration and crime, many based on theories that have proven to be untrue or racially biased, as well as offering new scholarship on salient topics. Overall, the contributors argue that fears of immigrant crime are largely unfounded, as immigrants are themselves often more likely to be the victims of discrimination, stigmatization, and crime rather than the perpetrators. Contributors: Avraham Astor, Carl L. Bankston III, Robert J. Bursik, Jr., Roberto G. Gonzales, Sang Hea Kil, Golnaz Komaie, Jennifer Lee, Matthew T. Lee, Ramiro Martínez, Jr., Cecilia Menjívar, Jeffrey D. Morenoff, Charlie V. Morgan, Amie L. Nielsen, Rubén G. Rumbaut, Rosaura Tafoya-Estrada, Abel Valenzuela, Jr., Min Zhou.