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The Other Half of Me: McCarthy, Morgan: BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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The Other Half of Me
The Other Half of Me
Publisher : Headline Re
Published Date : 2012/05
ISBN : 9780755388745

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Jonathan and Theo's childhood is one in which money is abundant but nurture is scarce. With a father who died when they were very young and a mother who starts drinking at lunchtime, the brother and sister are largely left to roam around their sprawling estate in rural Wales, looking after only themselves and each other. Until, that is, their grandmother Eve returns to the family home. Eve is a figure who is as enchanting as she is forbidding, and she takes the children under her wing, answering their questions about their family history that have always been ignored. Yet as they grow older, they discover that much of what they've been told is a fiction, and that something very sinister lies in their past.and divorce; and ministry and discipleship within the context of marriage. This is a profound and engaging work that will challenge and inspire people in all stages of life - single, newlywed and married.is the ideal guide to one of the twentieth century's most engaging critical thinkers.

Contents
WHY SAID? KEY IDEAS 1.Worldliness3.Orientalism 4.Culture as imperialism 5.Palestine 6.Said's Late Style AFTER SAID FURTHER READINGbook argues that historically outsiders have played an important role in defining the nature of the West and constituting it as a political subject; processes that remain evident today. This book will particularly interest students of critical security studies, critical geopolitics, European politics, American politics and IR theory.

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