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Old Stoneface

Author : John Lowe
ISBN : 1844541797
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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John Lowe is one of Britain's greatest ever darts champions. In a career spanning three decades, John and his fellow players have transformed the traditional pub game of darts into a successful, professional sport with legions of fans and big money prizes. Unruffled on the oche, even in the face of the greatest challenges, 'Old Stoneface' as John is known, became an indomitable force in the darts world. With every major darts accolade under his belt, his name has gone down in the history of the game. Old Stoneface is John Lowe's revealing autobiography. Filled with tales from all of the major matches and tournaments, his thoughts on his big name opponents, friends and rivals and an insight into the life and thoughts behind the 'stoneface', this book is a must read for all sports fans.

The Crafty Cockney

Author : Eric Bristow
ISBN : 9780099532798
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Legendary darts player and a British sporting icon, Eric Bristow exploded onto the scene in 1980 by winning the World Championships. Then, at the height of his success, he was struck down by a psychological disorder that rendered him unable to even throw a dart, much less compete. This is his amazing story. From the Hardcover edition.

The Blood Runs Like A River Through My Dreams

Author : . Nasdijj
ISBN : 9780547904825
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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THE BLOOD RUNS LIKE A RIVER THROUGH MY DREAMS transports readers to the majestic landscapes and hard Native American lives of the desert Southwest and into the embrace of a way of looking at the world that seems almost like revelation. Born to a storytelling Native mother and a roughneck, song-singing cowboy father, Nasdijj has lived on the jagged-edged margins of American society, yet hardship and isolation have only brought him greater clarity--and a gift for language that is nothing short of breathtaking. Nasdijj tells of his adopted son, Tommy Nothing Fancy, of the young boy's struggle with fetal alcohol syndrome, and of their last fishing trip together. It is a heartbreaking story, written with great power and a diamondlike poetry. But whether Nasdijj is telling us about his son, about the chaotic, alternately harrowing and comical life he led with his own parents, or about the vitality and beauty of Native American culture, his voice is always one of searching honesty, wry humor, and a nearly cosmic compassion. While Nasdijj struggles with his impossible status as someone of two separate cultures, he also remains a contradiction in a larger sense: he cares for those who often shun him, he teaches hope though he often has none for himself, and he comes home to the land he then must leave. THE BLOOD RUNS LIKE A RIVER THROUGH MY DREAMS is the memoir of a man who has survived a hard life with grace, who has taken the past experience of pain and transformed it into a determination to care for the most vulnerable among us, and who has found an almost unspeakable beauty where others would find only sadness. This is a book that will touch your soul.

Books And Bookmen

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ISBN : UOM:39015020683697
Genre : Books
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Me Cheeta

Author : Cheeta
ISBN : UOM:39015079164029
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"In 1984, Johnny Weissmuller, Hollywood's greatest Tarzan, passed away. His coffin was lowered into the ground to the recorded sounds of his famous jungle call. Maureen O'Sullivan, his Jane, followed him in 1998. But their co-star Cheeta the chimpanzee, the 'World's Funniest Animal', lives on. At seventy-six, he is by some distance the oldest chimp ever recorded." "Now, in his own words, Cheeta finally tells his extraordinary story." "Plucked from millions of hopefuls in the jungles of Liberia, Cheeta became an international screen icon from the moment of his debut in 1934's Tarzan and His Mate. He went on to star in a further nine Tarzan pictures, and later in Doctor Dolittle with the appalling Rex Harrison, before his battles with substance abuse forced him into early retirement. He now lives happily in Palm Springs where he has re-invented himself as a globally acclaimed abstract painter."--BOOK JACKET.

In Joy Still Felt

Author : Isaac Asimov
ISBN : UOM:39015046831494
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The prolific and famous science and science-fiction writer continues the tale of his life, proceeding from the years immediately following his early successes and continuing through the writing of his 200th book

The Scarlet Letter

Author : Nathaniel Hawthorne
ISBN : OXFORD:590470741
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My Wonderful World Of Slapstick

Author : Buster Keaton
ISBN : 9781786254962
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Over half century ago the society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children complained to Mayor Van Wyck, of New York, that Joe Keaton, a vaudeville actor, was brutally mistreating his five-year old son. At each afternoon and evening performance the child, billed as “The Human Mop”, was slammed on the floor, hurled into the wings, and sometimes banged into bass drums. Unable to find a bruise or scratch on the lad, Mayor Van Wyck refused to ban the act. The “Human Mop” bounced on to worldwide fame as Buster Keaton, one of this century’s greatest comedians. In this intimate autobiography Buster Keaton tells his whole personal and professional story, beginning with his colourful and exciting childhood as the undentable tot in the “Three Keatons” whose proudest boast was having the rowdiest, roughest act in vaudeville. Buster has played with all the great ones, from George M. Cohen and Bojangles Robinson and Al Jolson to Jack Paar and Ed Sullivan and Red Skelton, during his sixty years as a star in vaudeville, silent and talking pictures, night clubs and television. Roscoe (Fatty) Arbuckle got him into the movies and taught him how to throw a custard pie. Buster could not even keep slapstick out of his eleven months as a draftee in our World War I army. He came out to help create the Golden Age of Comedy with his friends Charlie Chaplin, Harold Lloyd, Arbuckle, Mack Sennett and the Keystone Cops. Marital troubles and alcoholism once got Buster down, but could not keep him down. MY WONDERFUL WORLD OF SLAPSTICK was written with the collaboration of Charles Samuels, co-author of His Eye Is On the Sparrow, Ethel Waters’ best-selling autobiography. Buster Keaton’s Life Story will enchant and thrill all those who enjoy looking past the glitter and the grease paint into a magnificent performer’s mind and heart.

Cosmopolitan Minds

Author : Alexa Weik von Mossner
ISBN : 9780292739086
Genre : Literary Criticism
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"The book explores the role of empathy and emotion in the emergence of cosmopolitan imaginations through the works of a diverse set of American writers who during World War II and the early Cold War period lived in Europe, Asia, and Africa. It draws on theories of emotion and literary imagination from cognitive psychology, philosophy, and cognitive literary studies to offer a new perspective on the affective and imaginative underpinnings of critical and reflexive cosmopolitanism. It argues that our emotional engagements with others -- real and imagined -- are crucially important for the development of cosmopolitan imaginations. The book concentrates on specifically American cosmopolitan imaginations in the mid-twentieth century, focusing on a core of transnational writers who, for various reasons, had highly conflicted relationships with the American nation: Kay Boyle, Pearl S. Buck, Richard Wright, William Gardner Smith, and Paul Bowles. Their literary works are emotionally powerful indictments of institutionalized racism and national violence inside and outside of the United States; at the same time, they testify to the complex cosmopolitan identities of their authors. Reading these texts as affective cosmopolitan critiques, the book works out important and complex role played by imaginative and emotional engagements in the development of solidarities that go beyond self, family, community, and nation. Reading transnational American literature from a cognitive perspective, the book adds a new dimension to recent work in American literary history that seeks to reconceptualize U.S. literary and cultural production in its global context. At the same time, it also widens and deepens the array of literature available to researchers in cognitive literary studies" --

Hawaii 501

Author : Wayne Mardle
ISBN : 1905326068
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Wayne 'Hawaii 501' Mardle is the most flamboyant darts player in the world, rekindling the spirit of the 1980s when Eric Bristow, Jocky Wilson and co became working-class heroes. Wayne's natural talent, spectacular stage entrances, extrovert personality and, of course, his trademark tropical shirts, have won the Essex dartist a legion of fans and helped fire the sport's resurgence on Sky TV. After 15 years working as an accounts clerk to support himself in his dream to become a world champion, Wayne gives a candid insight into the fun and gritty reality of life in full-time darts.

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