American Homo

Author: Jeffrey Escoffier
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520206335
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In this wide-ranging collection of his most influential essays, Escoffier traces the emergence of a gay and lesbian political identity over the last four decades.

The Pre Adamic Advent Of Homo And Homodine On The American Continent With Sequel

Author: Jacob Hoke Beidler
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EPITOME OF HOMO'S SEARCH FOR HOMODINE. Homo inherently turned his
footsteps toward the north, impressed that he would meet Homodine by the lake.
In realizing his physical organization he soon felt a desire for social intercourse.
He sped his way to the lake, where the water rose to misty grandeur, whose
crater opened and Homodine emerged. Homo receiving Homodine and their
marriage. HOMO'S SEARCH FOR HOMODINE. 1 He saw unfolding beauty as in
glass, ...

American Unculture In French Drama

Author: Les Essif
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137299037
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To close this book, it will help to revisit, from a somewhat more popular angle, the
concept of hyperreality and particularly its unique relation to American unculture
in contrast to the more intellectual-dialectical French culture, which was inspired
to write plays about it, or more to the point, to write itself into homo americanus
hyperreality by reinventing it dramatically. As I have tried to make clear
throughout the chapters of this book, the French respond not so much to
Americans as ...

The American Cyclop Dia

Author: George Ripley
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Unlians . . . . . . . . . .. N. W. Asia. N. Europe.' 8 g v" Hrpn ' . . . . . . . . . gouthesst Q I.
Asmcs. 28. Hyperborcans..... N. . .r s v E Homo arclioua. i 24. Esquimanx . . . . . ..
N. N. E. America. est i "I Plumysuum' E' {3 1' A [ 22. (North Americans.. (

Homo Redneckus

Author: William Matthew McCarter
Publisher: Algora Publishing
ISBN: 087586922X
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Our mission is timeless; each generation of Americans must define what it means
to be an American. —WilliamJefferson Clinton Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz writes: “We
dregs of colonialism, those who did not and do not `make it,' ...are potentially
dangerous to the rul- ing class: WE ARE THE PROOF OF THE LIE OF THE
AMERICAN DREAM” (Dunbar-Ortiz 74, 76-77). In actuality, that “American Dream
” that first began to bloom in the New World during the 17th century was never
ours to ...

Annual Report Of The Commissioner Of Labor

Author: United States. Department of Labor
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Road Book America

Author: Rowland A. Sherrill
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 9780252025464
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Homo. Viator,. Homo. Spectans: Slants. on. the. Size. of. America. The literary
work and the social work presented in and by the new American picaresque
narratives begin to inaugurate an even broader cultural work. In terms of the
literary toil of the new picaresque, the genre accumulated out of its numerous
disparate instances revivifies the potency of the old Anglo-European fictional
form. By locating an expressive formation to surpass the limits or at least to
supplement the vistas of ...

Homo Narrans

Author: John D. Niles
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 0812202953
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Grants-in-aid that helped promote earlier stages of research were provided by
the American Philosophical Society, the National Endowment for the Humanities,
the American Council of Learned Societies, and the Committee on Research of
the University of California, Berkeley. My fieldwork in Scotland in 1986, 1988, and
1993 was sponsored by the University of California Research Expeditions
Program (LTREP). I am deeply indebted to the volunteers who helped me at
those times.

The American Cyclopaedia

Author: George Ripley
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5 || Homo arcticus. 24. Esquimaux. . . . . . . # à || |; North Americans. - IX.
AMERICANs. 26. Central Americans, f Homo Americanus. t 27. South Americans.
. c 28, Patagonians....... # of X. DRAvTDAs. 29. Deccanese. j # Homo Drarida. 30.
... necessary to go back three or four centuries to the time of the discovery of
America and of the Indian archipelago, when the present extensive mingling of
species, and especially the general invasion of the Indo-European to were not so
far advanced.

Memento Homo

Author: Steven L. Kaczeus
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469116472
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But soon I have seen the reason of this cause. Everybody was watching the
Statue of Liberty as we passed nearby. People were cheering and the loud
speaker had American national songs playing. It was a beautiful, emotional sight
for me. I have arrived to America! Soon the ship embarked at the port and the
passengers started walking down a ramp. There were much welcoming sight at
this location. When I walked down on the ramp I noticed my name on a cardboard
held by a lady.