This gripping portrait of environmental politics chronicles the devastating destruction of the Philippine countryside and reveals how ordinary men and women are fighting back. Traveling through a land of lush rainforests, the authors have recorded the experiences of the people whose livelihoods are disappearing along with their country's natural resources. The result is an inspiring, informative account of how peasants, fishers, and other laborers have united to halt the plunder and to improve their lives. These people do not debate global warming—they know that their very lives depend on the land and oceans, so they block logging trucks, protest open-pit mining, and replant trees. In a country where nearly two-thirds of the children are impoverished, the reclaiming of natural resources is offering young people hope for a future. Plundering Paradise is essential reading for anyone interested in development, the global environment, and political life in the Third World.
CHAPTER 11 Politics and Theater in Children of Paradise The Occupation obliged all leftist film artists to couch oppositional inclinations in terms so vague as to make coherent political readings of their films nearly impossible .
Author: Edward Baron Turk
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Category: Performing Arts
Traces the career of the influential French director and uses psychoanalytical concepts to analyze his major films
The stairs were then let down , whether to dare The Fiend by easy ascent , or aggravate His sad exclusion from the doors of bliss : Direct against which open'd from beneath , Just o'er the blissful seat of Paradise , A passage down to ...
It was on the Translation of Paradise Lost first of all , Hog tells us in the prefixed Epistle to his volume , that his ... the addition of translations of the Paradise Regained and Samson Agonistes having come in as an afterthought ...
Welcome to the fifth edition of Landfalls of Paradise . We consider interesting new places to visit . Traditionally , are glad to have you on board , and we are honored to be cruising sailboats had followed one upon the other to sailing ...
Author: Earl R. Hinz
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
The only complete cruising guide to the islands of the Pacific . . . a must. —Islands "A trove of information for the cruiser planning to set sail for the Pacific. . . A very readable, easy-to-follow guide." —Santana The fifth edition of this sailing standard includes updated charts and text reflecting changes in regulations and facilities for most countries and specific ports of entry. New appendices include procedures for entry to Australia, which are more exacting than most Pacific landfalls, and an extensive list of information sources: cruising guidebooks, important general tourist guides, chart suppliers, and key web sites for the countries covered by Landfalls of Paradise.
Paradise laughed and took a step back. “Whoa. Easy.” I pressed my hand against my heart. “Stop sneaking up on me.” Paradise kept his hands behind his back. “Last time I checked, driving up and slamming a car door, calling out yourname ...
Author: Jill S. Alexander
Publisher: Feiwel & Friends
Category: Young Adult Fiction
Paisley Tillery is the drummer for a country rock band. If they can make it to the stage at the Texapalooza music fest, then Paisley will be closer to her dream of a career in music and a ticket out of her small Texas town. Drumming and music are what Paisley has always wanted. Until the band gets a new lead singer, the boy from Paradise, Texas. With Paradise in her life, what Paisley wants, and what she needs, complicate her dreams coming true.
I got groped by a photographer,screeched at jealously by Ellen Foley (who was dating Mick Jones at the time but who the more mainstream among you may remember as the female voice in Meatloaf's “Paradise by the ...
Author: Anne Thomas Soffee
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Documents the consequences of the author's post-college graduation decision to pursue a rock journalism career in Los Angeles, where she struggled with drug and alcohol addictions before turning her life around.
Location: Paradise—Town called East. Final Bloodline troops and the Children of Paradise stand united just outside the Town of East. Richardson steps forward in front of the lined up armies. “The sole purpose for The Final Bloodline ...
The exciting and inspirational conclusion to the Beta Earth Series. Beta Earth: Paradise follows the events of Beta Earth: Awakening. The final battle has arrived. The only battle that truly matters. The fight for our Paradise.
Paradise Island is a fable about a young adventurer who travels to the sunny, fun-filled island of his dreams, but struggles to keep paradise found from becoming paradise lost. A product of inspirational and literary fiction, ...
Author: Brandon Royal
Publisher: Maven Publishing
Presented as a light philosophical commentary on living life on the wild side, PLEASURE ISLAND is a fable about the difficulty of keeping our dreams alive: even in paradise it's never easy. When our young narrator is handed down the Map Maker's legendary travel journal, he learns of the Map Maker's seminal journey to Pleasure Island, the wonderment and bewilderment, and of his struggle to keep paradise found from becoming paradise lost. The story reveals the secret behind the Map Maker's beautiful, evocative maps, and the reason he refused to travel in his later years, deciding instead to live vicariously through his own map creations. "A delectable dish of human foible, served with parsnips baked in irony oil, all topped with a sprinkling of satire-roasted fennel seeds." - Justin Hurwitz, Editor, The Harvard Lampoon
Paradise One, Paradise One, come in please... Dan, if you're there, get off your lazy butt and grab the radio. Over.” “This is Paradise One. What can I do for you, John? Would you like a room for the night?
Author: Phillip Onagan
Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
Set in the 1980s near Yakutat, Alaska, Hunter's Paradise: The Homecoming is the story of the Bootans, owners of a sixty-thousand-acre outfitter and ranch, Paradise. Paradise is a land of splendor with virgin forests, lakes, and streams filled with the abundance of wildlife. The head of the family is the tough and hardened but godly man, former Marine Master Gunnery Sergeant John Bootan. He and his business partner, Dan Lupa, are professional hunting guides. They book fly-in clients from the United States and other countries for Alaskan big game hunting and fishing. John's outfitter team includes four nephews, their wives, a niece, and hired help. Whether their story takes you to the war scenes of World War II, Korea, and Vietnam, the dangers of big game hunting, or the lost romances of their past, their courage and spirit exemplify the heart of a true American Christian family. In The Homecoming a thirteen-year tribulation continues involving John's oldest nephew Brandon. An emotionally torn veteran, who lost his most precious possessions before his Vietnam trauma: His faith in God, his wife to be, Marcy Lamore, and his dignity as a man. In a desperate search for a meaning and purpose in life, he is fostered by the sage wisdom of his Uncle John and the devoted love of his younger brother Bud. However, Bud's recent marriage to Elaine Petry is a threat to Brandon, fearing that she has taken Bud away from him. In their homecoming to Paradise, a clash between husband and wife, between brother and brother, and between sister-in-law and brother-in-law unfold. To save his family from destruction, Brandon seeks refuge at Little Splendor, land also owned by the Bootans. Months later after leaving Paradise, Brandon learns of a hunting disaster involving Bud and quickly joins his family for a search and rescue. It becomes a long journey back home for the Bootans as they struggle with the natural elements, their fellow man, and ultimately with themselves.