Based on extensive research and featuring dozens of rarely published photographs, this is the authoritative portrait of the poet, the grim visionary, the haunted man, and his haunting music.
Author: James Riordan
Publisher: Harper Collins
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Thirty-five years after his death in Paris at age twenty-seven, Jim Morrison's iconic legend remains as powerful as ever, swathed in the mists of mystery. There have been numerous biographies about the self-proclaimed "Lizard King's" life and career. But none have examined his roots and childhood, the intellectual foundations of his music, his wild days with the Doors, and his enigmatic early death as completely and insightfully as Break On Through. More than simply a fascinating look at a rock legend whose cult following never stops growing, here is the definitive Morrison biography: his angry relationship with his father; the early tragedies and terrible events responsible for the darkness of his artistic vision; his private life and legal trials, including his infamous Miami obscenity bust; and the truth about his final hours. Based on extensive research and featuring dozens of rarely published photographs, this is the authoritative portrait of the poet, the grim visionary, the haunted man, and his haunting music.
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Author: Lucas Richert
Publisher: Mit Press
"Antipsychiatry," Esalen, psychedelics, and DSM III: Radical challenges to psychiatry and the conventional treatment of mental health in the 1970s. The upheavals of the 1960s gave way to a decade of disruptions in the 1970s, and among the rattled fixtures of American society was mainstream psychiatry. A "Radical Caucus" formed within the psychiatric profession and the "antipsychiatry" movement arose. Critics charged that the mental health establishment was complicit with the military-industrial complex, patients were released from mental institutions, and powerful antipsychotic drugs became available. Meanwhile, practitioners and patients experimented with new approaches to mental health, from primal screaming and the therapeutic use of psychedelics to a new reliance on quantification. In Break on Through, Lucas Richert investigates the radical challenges to psychiatry and to the conventional treatment of mental health that emerged in the 1970s and the lessons they offer for current debates. Drawing on archives and government documents, medical journals, and interviews, and interweaving references to pop (counter)culture into his account, Richert offers fascinating stories of the decade's radical mental health practices. He discusses anti-Vietnam War activism and the new diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder given to some veterans; the radical psychiatrists who fought the system (and each other); the entry of New Age-style therapies, including Esalen's Human Potential Movement, into the laissez-faire therapeutic marketplace of the 1970s; the development of DSM III; and the use of LSD, cannabis, and MDMA. Many of these issues have resonance today. Debates over medical marijuana and microdoses of psychedelics echo debates of the 1970s. With rising rates of such disorders as anxiety and depression, practitioners and patients continue to search for therapeutic breakthroughs.
This book attempts to fill the gap in knowledge about why so many Indigenous youth fail to satisfactorily finish their education with often disastrous results for their prospects and that of their communities.
Author: Glenn Desmond Dawes
Category: Aboriginal Australians
This book attempts to fill the gap in knowledge about why so many Indigenous youth fail to satisfactorily finish their education with often disastrous results for their prospects and that of their communities. The study focuses on gaining the perceptions of 5 youths about their teachers, peers and subjects.
Battle you, battle to break on through to the Other's Side/You wanna battle who?
Battle you, battle to break on through & discover why... You wanna battle who?
Battle you, battle to break on through to the Other's Side/You wanna battle who?
Author: malik crumpler
Perhaps the first book of Raps written by a rapper. These raps are a mix of monologues, memoirs, Opéras, conjure-songs & plays written, recorded, transcribed & preformed by Malik Ameer Crumpler during 2000-2018. All of the raps & albums featured within are available for purchase, listening & watching via www.malikameer.com
Author: Constance Porter, RNPublish On: 2009-04-24
This book is an invaluable resource for parents who are wrestling with this enigmatic disorder because it is packed with useful information and insights into the challenges that autism brings to a family.
Author: Constance Porter, RN
Category: Family & Relationships
Break on Through: Surviving Autism is a touching, enlightening, and highly entertaining memoir of a family's struggles with autism. It will take you on an emotional journey that will have you laughing out loud while also being moved to tears. This book is an invaluable resource for parents who are wrestling with this enigmatic disorder because it is packed with useful information and insights into the challenges that autism brings to a family. As the mother of an eighteen-year-old son with autism, Constance Porter has gained wisdom over the years that she shares with other parents who are struggling with this difficult disorder. In Break on Through, she offers a great deal of no- nonsense information with lists of resources, book recommendations and useful websites that have given her and her family valuable information and hope over the years. Who better to help parents through the struggles and challenges that autism brings to a family than someone who has lived with it for eighteen years?
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labor diligently , lo perfect , break through . to toil , to procure by toil , & c .
Reaching Sandwich 1 at last , he put off in a little boat and struggled over through
November storms to the port of Gravelines on the Flemish coast . 2 Becket spent
the six years ... not finally break with the English king . Indeed through the entire ...
V Prereading Exploration for "Break on through to the Other Side" Comparison
and contrast papers give us a wonderful opportunity to reflect on our lives,
perhaps to gain some perspective on them. Gina Rizzo, the author of "Break on through ...
Author: Bob Brannan
Publisher: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill School Publishing Company
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
From paragraph to essay, no text builds better writing with such an active and collaborative approach. A Writer's Workshop helps hone writing through the detailed instruction - explanation, examples, student models, and activities - that students need.
Author: United States. Mississippi River CommissionPublish On: 1885
... and an apparently uniform slope through the levee . The depth of overflow
outside the levee was very uniform , being from 12 to 14 feet . The water passed
into this break from all directions with a uniform velocity , the discharge per linear
Author: United States. Mississippi River Commission
Author: United States. Army. Corps of EngineersPublish On: 1885
In the case of the Bolivar break , the one above Delta , and many othere , tho
water came pouring down through the woods with a tremendous current , and
entered the crevasse at 6 to 8 per second . Here it was checked up to 2 or 3 feet
York in the early spring , in order to through the beach into the river , actually join
the men at the " fisheries ” for the ... its waves with such river shore , they hauled
their boats over force against the beach that they break to the ocean beach .
Titled “ Break on through to the other side , ” after the title of a rock tune by the “
The Doors , ” the flyer , in its entirety , read : BREAK ON THROUGH TO THE
OTHER SIDE . Cats are being fucked over everywhere . Like , what Chapter Four
my last farewell to your sister and to my a saddened man , to break , with this
tragic mother ; beg her to let this poor young heart tale , two loving hearts . ...
Rogue River rolls on through the wilder a plain which is fifteen miles across .
and went as if she would break into “ And we can have any one in to hysterics . ...
It was covered with a thin She drew herself up , gave a sort of stuff through which
one could , unseen , shudder , and the next minute she was see all that went on ...
... full of fragrant perfumes of sympathy and affection, which they intend to break
over my dead body, I would rather they would ... And now, at the grave of this, our
comrade and friend, let us highly resolve, through evil and good report, to touch ...
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There is no work to do , All the wide city through , Let him the search pursue
While there is light ; When the shades fall ... Keep to the true and right ; Watch for
the coming light ; It shall break on thy sight , Though it be long If thou shalt well ...
The danger of placing so thin a partition between oneself and the object or cause
of one ' s fear is that we may break on through to the other side and , like
Gascoyne , find ourselves unable to return . Benzedrine and inhaled lighter fuel
Author: Jeremy Reed
Publisher: Peter Owen Limited
Category: Literary Criticism
The imaginative pressure which drives a poet's genius often exacts a high price, pushing some poets to extremities of suffering or the brink of insanity. Here, the imaginatively gifted Reed writes of poets and their work from the inside. The total commitment of the poet to his art is explored. The poets range from John Clare and Gerard Manley Hopkins to Baudelaire, Rimbaud, Rilke, Robert Lowell, and Theodore Roethke, among others.