House of Stone: A Memoir of Home, Family, and a Lost Middle East
Evocative and beautifully written, House of Stone . . . should be read by anyone who wishes to understand the agonies and hopes of the Middle East. Kai Bird, Pulitzer Prize winning historian and author of Crossing Mandelbaum Gate
This book discusses issues related to teachers’ identities and life choices when globalisation and localisation are enmeshed. It examines how competing cultural traditions and contexts acted as resources or/and constraints in framing teachers’ identities and their negotiations in the family and the work domains according to their gender positioning, their roles in the family such as husband, wife, father, mother, brother, sister, son and daughter and roles in the school such as principal, senior teacher or regular teacher.
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TheCambridge Introduction to Hermann Melville
Traveling from Pittsfield,Massachusetts to Albany,New York oneNovember to spend Thanksgiving with his family, HermanMelville, at eighteen, had time to reflect on his personal situation. Born in New York City on 1 August 1819, he had enjoyed a comfortable boyhood, but reverses in his father’s business during Herman’s adolescence had forced the family to relocate to Albany, where his father fared no better. Overambitious schemes and overextended credit took their toll.He died a broken
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Nora Roberts - Charmed & EnchantedSummury: This is the third and fourth installments of the Donovan Legacy (after Captivated & Entranced). The series concerns a contemporary family whose members possess magical powers.