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These Study Guides have been developed exclusively with the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC(r)) to be used as an additional resource by candidates who are following the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC(r)) programme. They provide candidates with extra support to help them maximise their performance in their examinations.
Noted vegans and vegetarians love Mark Reinfeld and Jennifer Murray's food. Food Network host and author Ellie Krieger lauds their recipes as "delicious, exciting, healthful, and] accessible for everyone," while Deborah Madison notes their "appealing recipes, good information about food and cooking in general and] surprisingly realistic approaches to thirty-minute cooking." Now, Reinfeld and Murray turn their skillets to the East, featuring over 150 vegan versions of favorite cuisine from India, Thailand, China, and Japan. "Taste of the East" also offers inspired animal-free recipes from Indonesia, Nepal, Vietnam, Korea, Tibet, Iran, and Afghanistan.
Busy vegans, rejoice award-winning husband and wife chefs/authors Reinfeld and Murray present 150 delicious, easy-to prepare recipes for everyday vegan cooking--all dishes that can be prepared in a half-hour.
Sections include The Lighter Side of Life: Smoothies & Satiating Beverages; Snacks, Pick Me Ups & Kids' Favorites; Lunches: Wraps, Rolls, Bowls, and More; Extraordinary Salads; Sumptuous Soups; Small Plates: Appetizers, Side Dishes, Light Dinners; Wholesome Suppers; Guilt-Free Comfort Food: Healthy Translations of Old Stand-bys; and Divine Desserts.
"The 30-Minute Vegan" also provides at-a-glance cooking charts, kids' favorite dishes, and exciting menu suggestions for every occasion--making this an essential cookbook for busy vegans who want to enjoy delicious, healthful, whole-foods vegan fare every day.
It is unlikely that Jacques Lacan and Alice Munro were ever aware of each other's work. Yet, because of Munro's intuitive grasp of the complexities of human subjectivity and her ability to articulate subtleties and ambiguities, her fiction shares many of the insights of Lacan's theoretical advancements of the same period. They are both concerned with bringing the obscure undercurrents of the psyche to light. Jennifer Murray's Reading Alice Munro with Jacques Lacan brings the works of the writer and the psychoanalyst into dialogue, offering innovative interpretations of a selection of Munro's stories. Approached from a Lacanian perspective, a close reading of Munro's texts reveals the libidinal energy at the heart of the stories and offers particular insight into aspects such as shame and humiliation - feelings that Munro presents with disconcerting acuity. Taking into account stories both of childhood and of adult experiences, Murray analyses the child's bewilderment as she confronts the incomprehensibility of parental injunctions and symbolic functions, while stories about women later in life speak of subjectivity in the field of relationships, where desire, and love are central concerns. Including extended reflections on fantasy, sublimation, persistence of purpose, transmission, love, and the roles of both paternal and maternal figures in Munro's work, Reading Alice Munro with Jacques Lacan also reshapes literary debate on feminine subjectivity and sexuality.
Smashed is a non-fiction collection of poetry written as a diary in real time as mother and her young son take the long way out of a marriage plagued by alcohol, crime, and domestic violence. The writer openly shares her choices, mistakes, as well as capturing experiences through her three year old's eyes. Through moments of strength, weakness, hope, and failure this collection of poetry will take you to the end, which is really their beginning.
The globalisation of culture and the shifting nature of national identities have propelled the stakes of memory and identity to the forefront of current intellectual debates. In recent years, the works of the Algerian francophone author Assia Djebar have reflected a growing preoccupation with the role of memory in forging a sense of individual as well as collective identity. This study traces the interrelated motifs of memory and identity in Djebar's novels, arguing the centrality of these themes to her literary project. An interdisciplinary theoretical framework positions Djebar's corpus in the wider context of philosophical and psychoanalytical debates on memory and identity. Djebar reveals that much more is at stake in discussions of the interrelationship between memory and identity than concerns of a mere cultural nature. In postcolonial Algeria, repressed memories of Algeria's colonial past are revealed as instrumental to the genealogy of the current Algerian conflict; in this context, Djebar's poetics of memory become a 'devoir de memoire', an appeal for a revised Algerian historiography in which the individual takes pride of place.
Harnessing and controlling exposure to elements of the outside world has helped researchers to make great strides in treating disease. Additionally, recent advances in clinical approaches suggest that re-exposing patients to their own memories and experiences have resulted in improvements in the treatment of mental illnesses. This book reveals the impressive range of therapeutic techniques that are currently being refined to battle a wide array of disorders.
Seminar paper from the year 2002 in the subject Business economics - Trade and Distribution, grade: 1.1 (A+), University of Manchester (Manchester School of Management), 11 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: This paper addresses the challenges Proctor and Gamble (P&G) faced in the 1970s and 1980s, both to its European organisational structure and to the imminent launch of its new Heavy Duty Liquid (HDL) Vizir. It will be argued that the company's European structure will have a direct impact on a possible Vizir launch and on future product launches, using an in-depth analysis of both the current P&G situation at that time and feasible alternative strategies available to the organisation. Chapter two will give a brief but concise overview of the P&G situation in the 1980s; chapter three will discuss three different approaches available to P&G in organising its European operations, and recommend the most suitable approach; chapter four will then examine the launch options for Vizir and present the most favourable strategy; finally, chapter five will summarise the findings and highlight the recommendations of this report, briefly considering possible implementations and evaluations of the suggested strategies.
Newly revised in line with the latest syllabus and with a modernised, student-friendly design, including a truly interactive CD which provides additional practice for students and brings lab work to life with exciting activities and simulations.
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