This richly evocative study of photography has two major emphases, that the language of description (be it title, caption, or text) is deeply implicated in how a viewer looks at photographs, and that the use of a photograph determines its meaning.
The well-known actor and seasoned gourmet presents a charming guide to home cooking that focuses on four centuries of traditional American cuisine. The richly illustrated hardcover volume offers a wide range of easy-to-make recipes, including many regional favorites.
God’s Roses I saw a rose once blooming beside a garden wall. It unfolded its lovely petals and stood up straight and tall. The sun in all its glory kissed all the dew away. The breeze caught the rose in its arms and caused it to gently sway. The fragrance filled the garden; its sweetness filled the air. Its beauty could not be captured; God’s love placed it there. Summer passed, then Autumn; its leaves began to fall. The wind blew the lovely petals; some fell on the garden wall. Autumn passed, then Winter; the rose could no longer be found. The storms in all their fury had buried it beneath the ground. This rose is like the Christian; the sun shines, then departs. But God in His infinite mercy knows the strength of the human heart. Then Spring with a burst of glory invades the garden wall. And God’s children shall rise again like the rose beside the wall.
Each book offers: The latest information on a field of interest Training and educational requirements for each career Salary statistics for different positions within each field Up-to-date professional and Internet resources
Beginning with her family background and early childhood, Mary Price Adamson traces the dynamics that led her to adopt her radical stance later in life. Because both of her parents had attended college, Adamson and her siblings were encouraged to pursue higher education. Though her father's death placed the family in serious financial difficulties, Adamson's older brothers paid for her to attend college. She enrolled first in the North Carolina College for Women and then transferred to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She received her degree in 1931 at the height of the Great Depression. For a time, she worked in Greensboro, starting at the Greensboro Daily News and then the ...