Writing Between The Lines

Author: Agnes Whitfield
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
ISBN: 0889204926
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The essays in Writing between the Lines explore the lives of twelve of Canada's most eminent anglophone literary translators, and delve into how these individuals have contributed to the valuable process of literary exchange between francophone and anglophone literatures in Canada. Containing original, detailed biographical and bibliographical material, Writing between the Lines offers many new insights into the literary translation process and the diverse roles of the translator as social agent. The first text on Canadian anglophone translators, it makes a major contribution in the areas of literary translation, comparative literature, Canadian literature, and cultural studies.

Clement Greenberg Between The Lines

Author: Thierry de Duve
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226175170
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Clement Greenberg (1909–1994), champion of abstract expressionism and modernism—of Pollock, Miró, and Matisse—has been esteemed by many as the greatest art critic of the second half of the twentieth century, and possibly the greatest art critic of all time. This volume, a lively reassessment of Greenberg’s writings, features three approaches to the man and his work: Greenberg as critic, doctrinaire, and theorist. The book also features a transcription of a public debate with Greenberg that de Duve organized at the University of Ottawa in 1988. Clement Greenberg Between the Lines will be an indispensable resource for students, scholars, and enthusiasts of modern art. “In this compelling study, Thierry de Duve reads Greenberg against the grain of the famous critic’s critics—and sometimes against the grain of the critic himself. By reinterpreting Greenberg’s interpretations of Pollock, Duchamp, and other canonical figures, de Duve establishes new theoretical coordinates by which to understand the uneasy complexities and importance of Greenberg’s practice.” John O’Brian, editor of Clement Greenberg: The Collected Essays and Criticisms “De Duve is an expert on theoretical aesthetics and thus well suited to reassess the formalist tenets of the late American art critic's theory on art and culture. . . . De Duve's close readings of Greenberg . . . contain much of interest, and the author clearly enjoys matching wits with ‘the world's best known art critic.’” Library Journal

Reading Between The Lines

Author: Jean H. Duffy
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
ISBN: 9780853238515
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This is the first extended analysis of Simon’s novels, examining the relationship between the work of the French Nobel prize-winning novelist Claude Simon and that of a number of visual artists whose work he has used as stimuli in the production of his novels.

Between The Lines

Author: Tikva Honig-Parnass
Publisher: Haymarket Books
ISBN: 9781608460472
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A challenge to fundamentally rethink the basis of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict today.

Between The Lines

Author: Nikki Mackay
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
ISBN: 1780993811
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Have you ever wondered why you do the things you do? In the same way that stars form patterns called constellations, family members and how they interact with each other create behavioural patterns, by tracing these patterns with Family constellation and historical mediumship we can begin to the bring the hidden in to the light. Take an intuitive walk through your family tree and uncover the secrets of your ancestors. Examples and illustrations of the effects of the ancestors and family patterns on individuals are given from Nikki’s private practice, group workshops as well as delving in to the world of celebrity with exploration of the lives and deaths of Marilyn Munro, Curt Kobain and others. It is amazing the things that are forgotten or suppressed within a family. Secrets that are never spoken, children that never were, crimes, deaths, the missing - all these things are swept under the carpet. But the unseen and unspoken have a habit of making themselves heard further down the line. If you are interested in moving forward and truly seeing what is there within your own family tree come take a walk with me.

Between The Lines

Author: Jodi Picoult
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451635818
Size: 57.18 MB
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Sixteen-year-old Prince Oliver, who wants to break free of his fairy tale existence, and fifteen-year-old Delilah, a loner obsessed with Prince Oliver and the book in which he exists, work together to seek Oliver's freedom.

Between The Lines

Author: Xinxin Lin
Publisher: Lin Hsin Hsin
ISBN: 9783937034515
Size: 72.48 MB
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Between The Lines

Author: Monique-Adelle Callahan
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780199876693
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Between the Lines examines the role of three women poets of African descent--Frances Harper, Cristina Ayala, and Auta de Souza--in shaping the literary history of the Americas. Despite their different geographic locations, each shared common concerns and wrestled in their works with the sociopolitical predicaments of the late nineteenth century. Their verse vigorously examined slavery and confronted the existential struggle against boundaries imposed by race, nation, and gender. The writers each conceived of the poem as a dynamic forum where new concepts of individual and collective freedoms could be imagined. In their work readers encounter the poem as a site of cross-cultural exchange, a literary space in which the boundaries of nation can be redefined. Between the Lines places national poetics in a global economy of identities, histories and languages. It looks to poetry to demonstrate how people translate from one cultural or linguistic arena to another, how literary expression writes identities, and how language is used to conceptualize history. The book is the first to juxtapose Cuba, Brazil and the United States in a study of nineteenth-century women's poetry, and the first to include the Lusophone literary tradition in a comparative study of African descendants in Latin America, the U.S., and the Caribbean. With close readings and expertly rendered translations, Monique-Adelle Callahan situates the work of these three poets in a hemispheric context that opens up their writing to new interpretations and expands the definition of "African American" literature.

Between The Lines

Author: Ray Scapinello
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470838341
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An insider's look at life on the lines To hockey fans, Ray Scapinello's name and face are as recognizable as any star player or coach in the NHL. Scampy, as he is affectionately known has had a long and storied career as a linesman in the NHL. His 5-foot-7 frame and 163 pounds belie his ability and endurance on the ice. When Ray retired in 2004 after 33 years in the NHL, he had officiated in 2,500 regular season matches (never missing a game), 426 playoff games, and an astounding twenty Stanley Cup final series. His untouchable statistics make him a lock to enter the Hockey Hall of Fame as an official, but even they do not do justice to the respect he has earned from officials, players, coaches, and fans alike. On and off the ice, Scampy is considered one of hockey's great personalities, a consummate professional, a chronic practical joker, and a true ambassador of the sport. Between the Lines gives a rare glimpse inside the world of hockey from an unusual perspective — through the eyes of one of the game's greatest and best-loved officials. Scampy shares his tales of life both on and off the ice as an official, an inside look at what those players and coaches are really like, what they really say and do, and what the game looks like between the lines. Full of fun stories, perspective on how the game has changed and evolved, and stories and interviews about Scampy from players, coaches, and other officials, Between the Lines is a captivating memoir of a truly unique life in hockey.

Between The Lines

Author: Nancy Wayman Deutsch
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 059552852X
Size: 40.72 MB
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Silence that cell phone, turn off the TV, and put your PC in sleep mode. Then, settle into your favorite reading corner, open this book, and let yourself fall between the lines. You'll be glad you did, for this delightfully multifaceted poetry collection -- lighthearted and lyrical, funny and poignant, witty and wise, deceptively simple, sometimes satirical -- celebrates the human experience through a poet's kaleidoscope eyes and original perspective; exploring the relationships between Man and the animal world, the creative writing process, the various passages of life, nuances of love, friendship, and loss, remembered joys and travails of childhood, seasons of the heart, and seasons of the year. Reading Between The Lines, you'll smile, blot a tear, and perhaps... best of all...exit laughing.