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In Other Words by Christopher J. Moore Book Summary:
When ideas fail, words come in handy. But sometimes you can't find the right word, and what you want to say can't be found in the dictionary. English has its limitations, but the expression you're searching for may exist in another language. In Other Words is a unique collection of well-known and absolutely obscure "untranslatables"-linguistic gems that convey a feeling or notion with satisfying precision yet resist simple translation. This quirky lexicon of hard-to-translate words gives the reader a new way to look at the world and how words relate to us. The words are arranged by region or country of origin, and a brief introduction to each section-each done by a respected translator-gives insight into the culture of the people as well as the language. Each of these singular words is cleverly and thoroughly defined, with interesting details and references throughout. The search for that elusive mot juste may be over.
In Other Words by Jhumpa Lahiri Book Summary:
On a post-college visit to Florence, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jhumpa Lahiri fell in love with the Italian language. Twenty years later, seeking total immersion, she and her family relocated to Rome, where she began to read and write solely in her adopted tongue. A startling act of self-reflection, In Other Words is Lahiri’s meditation on the process of learning to express herself in another language—and the stunning journey of a writer seeking a new voice.
In Other Words by Mona Baker Book Summary:
This best-selling textbook is the essential coursebook for any student studying in this field. The second edition has been fully revised to reflect recent developments in the field and incorporates: a new chapter that addresses issues of ethics and ideology; examples and exercises from new genres; new project-driven exercises; updated references and further reading; and a companion website featuring further examples and tasks.
In Other Words by Charles H. Cosgrove,W. Dow Edgerton Book Summary:
Foreword by Don Wardlaw This exceptional book by Charles Cosgrove and Dow Edgerton will be a rich resource for pastors wanting to reach their congregations in a fresh way. Rather than discussing preaching in general or even a specific approach to preaching, it focuses on a new way of engaging the biblical text for preaching. In Other Words combines Cosgrove and Edgerton's critical acumen, creative imagination, and pastoral discernment to present contemporizing restatements of Scripture, speaking timeless truths in modern speech. In describing their "incarnational translation," the authors invite readers to imagine what the text might have looked like if produced in the preacher's own culture, time, and place. Drawing on translation theory, genre studies, and recent hermeneutical theory, they offer both a comprehensive theory of incarnational translation and a set of specific guidelines and examples for carrying it out.
In Other Words by Leo Long Book Summary:
The title of this book of poems, In Other Words, not only defines the content of the contemporary and internet generated poems of Leo Long, but it is also explanatory of poetry in general. The composition of a poem is the manifestation of feelings via thoughts via words onto paper, in other words, it is the conveyance of ordinary words into other, more poetic words, whilst the reader is confronted with the task to re-establish the origin of metaphoric references. The profundity of this title lies in the fact that Long mainly works on Allpoetry.com, an interactive online poetry website, and it therefore suggests various levels of perception, interpretation and the consequent formulation of meaning. The internet asks for "other words" - metaphoric references, evocative phrases, word-play and word pictures - all to evoke virtual feelings, often secretive: "Lips that hold me captive within my prisoned wish" (Lips) Poetry written and published on the internet is dynamic, immediate and powerful. And so is the work of Leo Long. Mainly focusing on patriotic, nature and love poems, he endeavors to be honest with a hue of humor - clear about the dilemma of the tension between reality and dream, within a spiritual and predestined awareness of fleetingness: "The shroud of night lays tattered Torn by slivers of a rising sun" (Birds) Yet once again hope surfaces in the following: "Floating free and high With multicolored streamers A pretend butterfly Held by tiny dreamers" (Purple Flutters By) and also in the picturesque: "Bright blue flowers blooming on the strands From seeds not sown with human hands" (Fence and Flower) Words on the internet and words published in a book share one connectingprinciple: the writer must touch the reader with these words - the eyes become the prism of the poem, fingers of feeling. But, as is the case with all dreams, the poet reaches the conclusion: "She sleeps My dream and I Alone" (Awakened By A Dream) Although Long's
In Other Words by M K Schiller Book Summary:
Can she overcome her consuming desire for him? Can he make her comfortable with the other C-word...commitment? Marley Mason is dreading the arrival of the new business consultant. After all, this man will most likely outsource her job to China. The last thing she would expect is a case of mistaken identity, leading to false accusations of kidnapping when she attempts to pick up the wrong man at the airport, or worse...that she would have such a visceral reaction to the right man. Rick Randy is super sexy, scandalously flirty, and perfect masturbation material, but a relationship is out of the question. Rick is contracted on a temporary basis to fix Marley's ailing company, and then pull out, although as he expresses to Marley, pulling out is difficult for him, in more ways than one! Marley's feelings range from utter confusion to intense contemplation as Rick charms his way into her life. All of those C-words Marley can control, but it's the other C-word she fears-commitment.
In Other Words by Marie Cardinal,Annie Leclerc Book Summary:
.."". the reader can expect an exciting and in-depth insight into the authors life, learning as they go."" -- Waterfront This English translation of Autrement dit presents conversations between writers Marie Cardinal and Annie LeClerc, interspersed with Cardinal's richly descriptive musings on her psychoanalysis. Their conversation is a vivid example of gender-marked writing; it takes up the issues of A(c)criture fA(c)minine, rifts within French feminism, rape, and marriage.
In Other Words by Pierre Bourdieu Book Summary:
Pierre Bourdieu is one of the most protean intellectual forces in comtemporary French thought. He holds the chair in sociology at the prestigious Collège de France, yet his influence extends far beyond the area of sociological research and theory. Bourdieu's work, presented in over twenty books, lies on the borders of philosophy, anthropology and ethnology, and cultural theory. The present volume consists of diverse individual texts, produced between 1980 and 1986, which take two forms: interviews in which Bourdieu confronts a series of probing and intelligent interviewers, and conference papers that clarify and extend specific areas of his current research. Now that Bourdieu's work has achieved wide diffusion and celebrity, this is an appropriate time for this volume, a pause for retrospection and resynthesis, for correction of misreadings and extension of previous insights, and for projection of the next stages of his work. For this English edition, Bourdieu's celebrated inaugural lecture at the Collège de France, Leçon sur la Leçon, has been added. Because of the verve and clarity of Bourdieu's arguments in this book, it is a very readable and concise introduction to his work.
In Other Words by Anselm C. Hagedorn,Zeba A. Crook,Eric Clark Stewart Book Summary:
Jerome H. Neyrey, Professor of New Testament at the University of Notre Dame since 1992, is widely recognized for his groundbreaking contributions to social-scientific criticism of the Gospels and the Epistles. In this Festschrift the contributors notably advance the cause of social-scientific New Testament study. David Aune writes on Christian beginnings and cognitive dissonance theory, Zeba Crook on constructing a model of ancient prayer, Craig deVos on good news to the poor in Luke, John H. Elliott on envy and the evil eye, Philip Esler on the development of a non-ethnic group identity in John, Bruce Malina and John Pilch on the wrath of God, Halvor Moxnes on masculinity and place in Luke, Douglas Oakman on coinage in the Judean temple system, Carolyn Osiek on motivation for the conversion of women in early Christianity, Eric Stewart on the city in Mark, and Gerd Theissen on early Christian communities and ancient organizations.
In Other Words by Deborah Schiffrin Book Summary:
What we say always consists of prior words, structures and meanings that are combined in new ways and re-used in new contexts for new listeners. In this book, Deborah Schiffrin looks at two important tasks of language - presenting 'who' we are talking about (the referent) and 'what happened' to them (their actions and attributes) in a narrative - and explores how this presentation alters in relation to emergent forms and meanings. Drawing on examples from both face-to-face talk and public discourse, she analyses a variety of repairs, reformulations of referents, and retellings of narratives, ranging from word-level repairs within a single turn-at-talk, to life story narratives told years apart. Bringing together work from conversation analysis, interactional sociolinguistics, cognitive semantics, pragmatics, and variation analysis, In Other Words will be invaluable for scholars wishing to understand the many different factors that underlie the shaping and re-shaping of discourse over time, place and person.
In Other Words by Franklin P. Adams Book Summary:
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In Other Words by John Mortimer Book Summary:
Collected and published for the first time, In Other Words is a book of verse, anecdotes and memories from Britain�s best-loved raconteur based on his long-running one-man charity show, Mortimer�s Miscellany. These are the stories with which John Mortimer, QC, has been entertaining the nation for years: of seedy criminals and the even seedier criminal justice system, of boyhood and his remarkable father, of passion and politics, and most of all English eccentrics from Lord Byron to the present day. Along the way, we meet a motley crew of failed murderers, remorseful drunkards, unrepentant adulterers and cantankerous judges. And interspersed among these humorous vignettes is a wonderful selection of English (and some American) poetry which beautifully complements the stories. In Other Words is a splendid record of John Mortimer's show, for those many thousands who have seen it or heard of it. But more than that, it is the record of an extraordinary life lived in law and literature, and a story of England and Englishness � one which John Mortimer is uniquely qualified to tell.
In Other Words by Calvin Sims Book Summary:
In Other Words, is a collection of quotes by notable people. Each quote is examined and expanded upon in order to suggest a more detailed meaning as well as a way to extract the wisdom therein and employ that wisdom in practical terms in the world of today. Each quote and its examination is followed by a brief biography of the person quoted.
In Other Words: Quotes that Push Our Thinking by Rachelle Dene Poth Book Summary:
Teddy Roosevelt once said, "I am a part of everything I have read." When Rachelle read his quote, it greatly resonated with her because of her love of quotes and the impact they can have in our lives. In Other Words is a book full of inspirational and thought-provoking quotes that have pushed her thinking, inspired her, and given her strength when she needed it. The book shares stories around the importance of growing ourselves as educators, knowing our why, as well as learning from and embracing failures and taking risks with learning so we can become our best selves for those we lead and learn with. There are stories shared by educators with different backgrounds and different perspectives. Rachelle's own experiences and interpretations and the educator vignettes shared by her PLN (Personal or Professional Learning Network) will hopefully push your thinking, inspire you, and provide whatever it is that you need. Her hope is that by sharing their stories, it will inspire you to share yours.
In Other Words by John Charles Walker,Connie Colker Steiner Book Summary:
John, who uses a wheelchair and communicates by computer, has difficulty sharing what he feels about the world until he meets Debbie, and the two of them discover that they can speak mind-to-mind, an ability that leads them to new discoveries.
In Other Words, Love by Shirley Jump Book Summary:
She's been hired to ghostwrite a CEO's autobiography...Yep, that CEO. The one who broke her heart. When Kim's agent gets her the job of writing Trent's autobiography, she almost balks. The charismatic founder of his own outdoor clothing company dumped her when they were in college. But she needs the money. Trent's been so busy lately, he completely forgot he was supposed to be writing a book, and the draft is due soon. He wants Kim as the ghostwriter: she's experienced, and she was always smart and hard-working. They can keep things professional, right? In funny and touching ways, the project gives them a fresh perspective on the past, even prompting a road trip to Trent's hometown that uncovers forgotten feelings. But will they both have the courage to start a new chapter in life? This second chance romance includes a free Hallmark original recipe for Guacamole Grilled Chicken Club Sandwiches.
In Other Words...Murder by Josh Lanyon Book Summary:
Mystery author and sometimes amateur sleuth Christopher Holmes is now happily (all things being relative) engaged to be married and toying with starting a new career as a true-crime writer when he learns a body has been discovered in the backyard of his former home. Then, to complicate matters, Christopher’s ex turns up out of the blue, suggesting the body may belong to Christopher’s former personal assistant. It’s life as usual at Chez Holmes. In other words… Murder.
In Other Words by Anna Porter Book Summary:
In Other Words is a lively, charming, gossipy memoir of life in the publishing trenches and how one restlessly curious young woman sparked a creative awakening in a new country she chose to call home. “We need our own dreams.” —Anna Porter When Anna Porter arrived in Canada in early 1968 with one battered suitcase, little money and a head full of dreams, she had no idea that this country would become her home for the rest of her life, or that she would play a major role in defining what it means to be Canadian. And where better to become a Canadian than at the dynamic publishing house, McClelland & Stewart, an epicentre of cultural and artistic creation in post-Expo Canada? Anna Porter’s story takes you behind the scenes into the non-stop world of Jack McClelland, the swashbuckling head of M&S whose celebrated authors—Leonard Cohen, Margaret Laurence, Pierre Berton, Peter C. Newman, Irving Layton, Margaret Atwood—dominated bestseller lists. She offers up first-hand stories of struggling young writers (often women); of prima donnas, such as Roloff Beny and Harold Town, whose excesses threatened to sink the company; of exhausted editors dealing with intemperate writers; of crazy schemes to interest Canadians in buying books. She recalls the thrilling days at the helm of the company she founded in the 1980s, when Canada’s writers were suddenly front-page news. As president of Key Porter Books, she dodged lawsuits, argued with bank managers, and fought to sell Canadian authors around the world. This intriguing memoir brings to life that time in our history when—finally—the voices Canadians craved to hear were our own. In Other Words is a love letter to Canada’s authors and creative agitators who, against almost impossible odds, have sustained and advanced the nation’s writing culture. Moving effortlessly from the boardrooms of Canada’s elite and the halls of power in Ottawa, to the threadbare offices of idealistic young publishers and, ultimately, to her own painful yet ever-present past in Hungary, Porter offers an unforgettable insider’s account of what is gained—and lost—in a lifetime of championing our stories.
Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak by Sangeeta Ray Book Summary:
This book introduces and discusses the works of leading feminist postcolonialist Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, by exploring the key concepts and themes to emerge from them. Focuses on the key themes to emerge from Spivak’s work, such as ethics, literature, feminism, pedagogy, postcoloniality, violence, and war Assesses Spivak’s often contentious relationship with feminist and postcolonial studies Considers the significance of her work for other fields, such as ethnography, history, cultural studies and philosophy
In Other Words by Marita Mister Book Summary:
In Other Words … Who Says? is not only a book filled only with quotes. It is a powerful, Holy Spirit-filled, inspiring book. Included are words of wisdom and revelation knowledge, while giving understanding and possible answers to questions that will help us make righteous decisions in our everyday lives. In Other Words … Who Says? leaves you with encouraging words to ponder, bringing laughter and joy to your soul, encompassing directions to all truth. Place a smile on your face, draw to repentance, and lift your spirits to give God worship and adoration. “If you’re tired of mood swings, try the monkey bars,” or “The only way out of what you’re in is to go through,” and “A fear factor is the fact that fear flees from faith” are just a few quotations that will inspire you to laugh, persevere, to stand up and be strong in the power of God’s might, trusting God to work in your situations as you hold on to your faith.
In Other Words by Goenawan Mohamad Book Summary:
A wide-ranging and beautiful collection of essays from one of world literature’s most important writers. Goenawan Mohamad is one of Indonesia’s foremost public intellectuals, and this translated volume of essays—spanning from 1968 to the present day—demonstrates the breadth of his perceptive and elegant commentary on literature, faith, mythology, politics, and history. Through the worst days of Indonesia's authoritarianism, in the face of the trauma of great violence and the chaos of democratic transition, Goenawan has never lost faith in the act of writing. Many of his essays from In Other Words were first published for Tempo, the Indonesian weekly magazine that he founded in 1971. His writings bring nuance and sympathy to difficult histories, introduce doubt to damaging certainties, and apply clarity of thought and action to times of great upheaval. Activist, journalist, editor, essayist, poet, commentator, theater director, and playwright, Goenawan Mohamad brings an unparalleled and wide-ranging perspective to the world. These essays, translated by his long-time collaborator Jennifer Lindsay, reveal a vision both uniquely Indonesian and completely universal, and indisputably establish him as one of the leading political thinkers and cultural observers in the world today.
IN OTHER WORDS by Javed Akhtar Book Summary:
Javed Akhtar's poetry speaks of the urban milieu that envelops him. Helplessness, hunger and homelessness, crowds and solitude, f ilth and crime, fame and obscurity, rock-strewn footpaths and glass-studded skyscrapers: this cosmopolitan world he inhabits seeps into the tone and tenor of his writing. Akhtar's sharply observed poems stretch across time and space, articulate the extremities of hot and cold seasons, of walking barefoot on live-hot embers and the tenderness of kissing f lowers drenched in dew. These are bit tersweet verses from a man who has felt f irsthand the sharpness of sensation. The themes he speaks of are universal, yet the timbre of Akhtar's poetry is unique; it is not the echo of other voices. - Dr. Gopi Chand Narang
Paul, in Other Words by Jerome H. Neyrey Book Summary:
The focus of this book is an anthropological perspective that will open the writings of Paul to a challenging new range of questions and issues. Jerome Neyrey introduces the reader to critical access thorough a wholly convincing method of cultural-historical analysis. Paul comes alive in time and place. Biblical theologians and students will find ample stimulus in Neyrey's analysis of Paul.
In Other Words by Barbara Williams Book Summary:
Sixteen of Australia's foremost poets are featured in this volume. They talk candidly about their lives and work: of the craft, the rigour, the pangs and pleasures of their calling; of winged moments caught, however fleetingly, on the page. These writers also speak of transformation and transcendence, the creative process, their individual modes and methods of writing and the act of writing itself. The interviews provide valuable insights on such topics as: gender and writing; landscape; the function of poetry and the poet's social role; influences embraced and withstood - literary, personal, local, regional, national, international. The writers and their poetry are discussed from both within and beyond Australian borders. This collection offers a broad range of Australian poets, most of whom are now in the middle to later years of their career. These poets have contributed significantly to the life and quality of poetry in Australia over recent decades, and continue to play pivotal roles in Australia's cultural domain today, as the country moves towards the threshold of a new century.
In Other Words by Anthony DeCurtis Book Summary:
In Other Words collects the most intimate and revealing interviews by Anthony DeCurtis, who, in the course of a distinguished 25-year career, has earned a reputation for approaching his craft with depth, seriousness and sensitivity. His many subjects - music legends, movie directors, artistic provocateurs, up-and-coming talents, visionary songwriters - all speak with rare candor about the meanings within and the motivations behind their best work. Many of these interviews - which originally appeared in Rolling Stone, The New York Times and other publications - have been significantly expanded. DeCurtis has also written new introductions that tell the story behind these stories, transforming this collection into an episodic memoir of a life on the front lines of cultural journalism. These gripping conversations will make readers feel that they are sitting, as DeCurtis did, at a dinner table or in a quiet room alone, learning everything they want to know about some of the most revered artists of our time.
In Other Words by D.B. Reynolds Book Summary:
In Other Words truly displays the developed talents of D.B. Reynolds throughout his nine years of writing. This is without a doubt his most creative and powerful collection of works thus far. Whether he is writing of nature and love or tragedy and spirituality; there is something that everyone can connect to on a very powerful level. Doug shares much of himself and the personal events of his life that inspired some of this collection. D.B. Reynolds brings vision and life to his words in this his fourth publication.