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A Mile in Her Boots

Author: Jennifer Bové
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The stories in this remarkable collection detail the experiences of women who work in a variety of outdoor professions including smoke jumping, river running, professional falconry, and horse packing. A celebration of women making their way in the wild, the stories in these pages include rescuing sea turtles amidst a swarm of nude bathers, driving cattle across Texas, and tracking a pair of fugitive Montana mountain men. "A Mile in Her Boots" is a chance for readers to enjoy rough-hewn adventures with a diverse, welcoming group of wild women.


Working in the Wild Land Rover s Manual for Africa

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Working in the Wild: Land Rover's Manual for Africa is designed to equip Land Rover users with the practical know-how it takes to make the most of the vehicle's capacity for hard work in hostile conditions.The aim of the authors has been to produce a no-nonsense guide which can be used by virtually anyone to keep a Land Rover running to maximum efficiency and effect almost anywhere on Earth. It is based upon the in-depth operating experience of Land Rover engineers and users throughout the world over many years.The book looks at every stage of the working life of a Land Rover - the selection and purchasing of the right kind of Land Rover - how to drive it to maximum effect - how to look after it away from conventional workshops - how to avoid problems - how to overcome unavoidable difficulties - and much more.It has been welcomed by international agencies and specialists who themselves have faced the conditions and situations for which it offers advice.


Workers and the Wild

Author: Lawrence M. Lipin
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Exploring the tight ties between wilderness use and class


Working in the Wild

Author: William Treneman
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Will equip Land Rover owners with the practical know-how to make the most of the vehicle's capacity for hard work in hostile conditions. Covers selection and purchase.


The Wild Irish Boy Works of Charles Robert Maturin Vol 2

Author: Charles Robert Maturin
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The Wild Irish Boy (1808) was Charles Robert Maturin's second novel. Set in Ireland and England, the story follows the adventures of Ormsby Bethel, a young Irishman of uncertain ancestry, as he navigates through the temptations of high life, the intrigues of swindlers, gamblers, and fast women, and his own uncertainties about his place in the societies of both countries. Combining features of the silver fork novel, coming-of-age story, and to some degree (in scenes of Irish life) the national novel, The Wild Irish Boy is an entertaining tale full of unexpected twists and turns, extravagant scenes of fashionable excess, misguided and dangerous passions, and long-held secrets with dire consequences: riches and ruin, both moral and financial. Among the colorful characters is the too-fascinating Lady Montrevor, cultured, ingenious, and enigmatic, who adds a dimension of excitement and intrigue that contributes to making The Wild Irish Boy a novel rich with conflicting social and moral viewpoints.


Working with Wild Horses Second Edition

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How to gentle and train wild horses (Mustangs, Brumbies) This new, improved Second edition includes an expanded adoption and training section, plus Wild Horse History.


Four Common Dooryard Flowers and Their Improvement Work in the Verbena the Pink the Petunia and the Geranium

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The Values of Working in the Alberta Oil Sands

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This book is an open house that will allow the world to view my experience working in the Alberta oil sand industry. I am a retired senior, who has been working in this phenomenal industry for many years and who has seen and experienced the technological changes that have been engineered to provide a safer and more productive environment for the exploration of Northern Alberta buried treasure. Distribution of wealth is a loaded statement in our democratic society. In the Alberta oil sand, I can safely use this statement because I have experienced the distribution of wealth in this remarkable industry. Oil sand companies are developing the oil sand industry, providing opportunity, where seniors like me and others, can become a member of the industries' working family and share in the distribution of health and wealth. Equal opportunity does not mean equal pay. However, we are all given the opportunity to work and share in the development and distribution of this industry's most valuable buried treasure.


Heart in Conflict

Author: Michael Grimwood
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Heart in Conflict is a study of two periods of intense vocational crisis in William Faulkner's career as a writer: his time of apprenticeship, before the composition of The Sound and the Fury, and the beginnings, in the late 1930s and early 1940s, of the long season of decline that followed the completion of Absalom, Absalom! These periods of crisis, Michael Grimwood argues, grew out of an ongoing tension between the divided components of Faulkner's personality between two versions of himself: the illiterate bumpkin and the sophisticated aesthete. It was a collaboration between these two postures that formed Faulkner's vocation, that created the impulse to translate the rural, unlettered world of Oxford, Mississippi, into a literature of the highest ambitions. But Faulkner was neither bumpkin nor aesthete. His awareness of the fraudulence of both his self-images, and ultimately his art, caused him to create, beginning with The Wild Palms in 1939, novels divided against themselves both structurally and thematically, novels whose complexities emanate from their author's own complex personality. Grimwood traces the formation of Faulkner's divided personality in his childhood and youth, in the conflicting influences of literature and landscape, in the conflicting urges wrought by a mother who called him to the rigors of the schoolhouse and a father whose interests led to the diffuse pleasure of the world outside. The conflict gained dimension when Faulkner's earliest poems, written in the style of the European pastoral, were mocked by students in the pages of the University of Mississippi literary magazine. Faulkner internalized this mockery, and it would emerge in the late 1930s and early 1940s as a destructively self-critical compulsion to write novels--The Wild Palms, The Hamlet, Knight's Gambit, and Go Down, Moses--that were simultaneously pastoral and mock-pastoral, that reflected both an impulse to bequeath his own substance through words and a virtual surrender to illiteracy. In many ways, the tensions that divided Faulkner--tensions between pastoral ideal and rural reality, between flights of language and attachment to the wordless soil--also divided the whole of southern literature and society from the time of its origins. Such conflicts can be found in the writings of Thomas Jefferson, philosopher of democracy and slaveowner; in the southwestern humor and plantation fiction that dominated southern letters in the 1830s; and in the works of the agrarian writers of the 1930s, whose European poesy belies their dirt-road political beliefs. Showing how the tensions in the narratives mirrored tensions in the author and in his society, Heart in Conflict reveals William Faulkner as he struggled with his inheritance both as a southerner and as a southern writer.


The Future of the Wild

Author: Jonathan S. Adams
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Offers a new approach to conservation built upon the latest findings in conservation science, along with the desires of local communities to protect the places where people live and work.