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"Searing, profoundly unsettling. An unforgettable novel" - "Sunday Times". "Falling Man" begins on September 11, in the smoke and ash of the burning towers. In the days and the years following, we trace the aftermath of this global tremor in the private lives of a few reticulated individuals. Theirs are lives choreographed by loss, by grief and by the enormous force of history. From these intimate portraits, DeLillo shifts to an extrapolated vision: he charts the way the events have reconfigured our emotional landscape, our memory and our perception of the world. This is an unforgettable novel, at once cathartic and beautiful and heartbreaking. 'These are pages of magnificent force and control, DeLillo's genius at full pelt. Reading them, you have to remind yourself to keep breathing - "New Statesman".
The Workbook consists solely of self-study exercises, with answers included, providing students the opportunity to explore and practice grammar independently. It is keyed to explanatory grammar charts in both the Student Book and the Chartbook. Understanding and Using English Grammar is a classic developmental skills text for intermediate to advanced English language learners.
Welcome to a ‘perfect’ world. Where war is illegal, where harmony rules. And where your date of birth marks your destiny. But nothing is perfect. And in a world this broken, who can Amity trust?From the bestselling author of the Angel trilogy comes Broken Sky – an exhilarating epic set in a daring and distorted echo of 1940s America and first in a new trilogy.
Chapter one is an introduction to the research (book). Chapter two presents an analysis of the problems of health financing in Sub-Saharan Africa within which Ghana is located. Chapter three is a review of literature on theory and delivery of the mutual health organisations. Chapter four explains the development, good practices and sustainability of mutual health organisations in other developing countries. Chapter five is the case study that focuses on Ghana. Chapter six discusses the health sector reforms in the context of Ghana. Chapter seven discusses the emergence of mutual health organisations with particular reference to Ghana. Chapter eight discusses the theoretical framework used to interpret the findings of the empirical study. Chapter nine presents the research methodology. Chapter ten examines the performance of the mutual health organisations on the basis of their operations. Chapter eleven examines the influence of external agencies on the performance of the mutual health organisations. Chapter twelve is the analysis and discussion of the empirical findings as interpreted within the theoretical models of social policy and community field theories.
The purpose of this research is to assess the significance of natural disasters and their effects on culture and communication, particularly in the case of the January 12th, 2010 earthquake in Haiti. It informs the reader about the importance of communication and coordination between local populace and humanitarian aid actors. To facilitate comprehension of these complex interactions, an analysis of Haitian culture and western culture are outlined and compared. The thesis suggests that understanding culture and sharing knowledge improves aid coordination, better meets the needs of the locals, and ultimately provides an integrated cooperative environment for effective disaster response. Additionally, the thesis aims to identify technologies and tools for communication, strategies for improving cultural understanding, and general lessons learned in the humanitarian field. As a country with underdeveloped infrastructure and communication systems, Haiti is even more vulnerable to natural disasters. The complexity of this Haitian earthquake disaster is relevant to international relations and topics within the field of international humanitarian relief.
This work was undertaken with the aim to understand 'ageing', and its dimensions, as it is a life phenomenon that most of us are going to experience. The focus has however been restricted to women in particular, given the evident facts in Gerontology, that there will always be more senior women than senior men. This work is a compilation of information and research from across many fields, thus making it an interdisciplinary text.
Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer among females, both in incidence and death. As meaningful biological understanding of the disease is confounded by the existence of various molecular groups and sub-groups, the challenge for targeted drug development may lie in understanding the molecular mechanisms of various sub-groups in breast cancer. This book describes the gene expression profiling approach for deeper understanding of the dynamics of breast cancer progression and prognosis.
This Book is on foreign exchange market.” Foreign exchange” refers to money denominated in the currency of another nation or group of nations. Any person who exchanges money denominated in his own nation’s currency for money denominated in another nation’s currency acquires foreign exchange. Foreign exchange market is a place where foreign exchanges are traded i.e. one currency is exchanged for another. Foreign Exchange market is the largest financial market in the world. From 1997 to the end of 2000, daily trading volume from Forex trading has surged from 5 billion to 1.5 trillion dollars. Now, daily turnover of over $3.2 trillion. The two main conclusions are as follows. First, the Euro is likely to become a major currency in the world. It may even challenge the dollar as the other major international currency, creating significant welfare gains. Second, during the transition to becoming a (or the) major international currency, the Euro is likely to appreciate.
Subversion is Heller's key technique in Catch-22. He uses old tools like burlesque, irony and parody in a new way and new ones like Black Humor to drive home his entropic life vision. Heller presents the realities his generation had to confront in a comic manner. His vision is essentially nihilistic. Heller maintains the vision that attempts of rationalizing the irrational world is futile and entropic. There is no space for optimism the world as such is undergoing heat death.
This is a philosophical investigation of the issues of understanding, using the church, a preacher and his congregation as well as extended audience (the listeners of his Sunday morning radio show on Raypower 100.5 FM) as the focus. This monograph surveys how information is disseminated, received, interpreted, understood and acted upon within the above described sender-receiver spectrum. This treatise considers both sides of the understanding divide as a subset of the communication process. Here, ‘Understanding’ is treated as a concept that bears significant relevance to the process of communication, but not as the process itself. The sender-receiver spectrum is problematised in this study, evaluating the antics, theatrics, flamboyance and verbose style of Reverend Chris Okotie, Senior Pastor, Household of God Church (located in Oregun-Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria) versus the depth of understanding of his messages that members of his congregation possess. The style and content distractions that may corrupt the understanding of a preacher's messages are discussed in ways that offer solutions to the problem.
The knowledge economy places great value on education and creativity as critical knowledge resources. Creativity is a mental and social process involving the discovery or new association of ideas or concepts which is fuelled by the process of either conscious or unconscious insight. The uniqueness and value of the publication lies in the evaluation of various creativity influences that was collectively assembled in two conceptual frameworks through which creativity could be measured.
Patricia is a witch who can communicate with birds. Laurence is a mad scientist and inventor of the two-second time machine. As teenagers they gravitate towards one another, sharing in the horrors of growing up weird.When they later reconnect as adults, Laurence is an engineering genius living in near-future San Francisco, trying to stop the planet failing apart through technological intervention. Meanwhile, Patricia is a graduate of Eltisley Maze, the hidden academy for the magically gifted, and works with her fellow magicians to secretly repair the earth’s ever growing ailments. As they each take sides in a cataclysmic war between science and magic, All the Birds in the Sky sees Laurence and Patricia try to make sense of life, sex and adulthood on the brink of the apocalypse.
Astronaut Tom Jones had trained for years for one climactic moment: his first step through an airlock into the vast nothingness of space. What neither he nor anyone else had counted on was a door that refused to open. But that is the nature of spaceflight--anything can, and sometimes does, go wrong. Ultimately, Jones spent fifty-two days orbiting Earth, including more than nineteen hours outside during extravehicular activity--that is, sky walking. This is the tale of that amazing journey.