Gulzar’s Ijaazat: Insights into the Film by Mira Hashmi

Gulzar’s Ijaazat: Insights into the Film by means of Mira Hashmi
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 700 KB
Overview: By the time Gulzar made Ijaazat (1987), action-packed potboilers had changed the genteel romanticism of yore, leaving few takers for a movie about misplaced love and a damaged marriage. And but, 3 a long time later, Ijaazat is a movie that has persisted. Gulzar’s interpretation of a love triangle in Ijaazat – an evocative exploration of the power and fragility of human relationships – used to be years forward of its time. This ebook examines that interpretation to turn how, thematically, the movie used to be perhaps Gulzar’s maximum bold.

It highlights how his talent as a storyteller – directly romantic and reasonable – is exemplified by means of his complicated characters. Contributing to that working out is how the movie’s energy additionally derived vastly from its elegant musical rating by means of R.D. Burman. Drawing on Gulzar’s reminiscences of the making of the movie, Mira Hashmi”s ebook embraces the reminiscence of the ‘love’ that for the poet wasn’t all the time the solution, however part of the query.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Gulzar’s Angoor: Insights into The Film by Sathya Saran

Gulzar’s Angoor: Insights into The Film through Sathya Saran
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 890 KB
Overview: Angoor (1982) is one of the best-loved comedies in Hindi cinema. It may be an excellent instance of Gulzar’s genius as a author whole together with his impish wordplay. Through intensive interviews with one of the most major actors in Angoor (Deepti Naval and Moushumi Chatterjee) and its previous model – each diversifications of Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors – this ebook strains the evolution of a comic book story that continues to amuse audiences of every age. It deftly peels the layers exploring how music, discussion, silences and wordplay upload to the actors’ arsenal in developing humour that may vary from rib-tickling mirth to guffaws. Sathya Saran’s ebook finds what lies in the back of the evergreen enchantment of Angoor, with recollections and anecdotes shared through Gulzar himself.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Into the Darkest Places: Early Relational Trauma by Marcus West(ePUB)+

Into the Darkest Places: Early Relational Trauma and Borderline States of Mind by Marcus West
Requirements: .ePUB, .PDF, .MOBI/.AZW reader, ePUB: 394KB, MOBI: 641KB, PDF: 1.87MB, AZW: 480KB
Overview: This book explores the roots of borderline states of mind in early relational trauma and shows how it is possible, and necessary, to visit ‘the darkest places’ in order to work through these traumas. This is despite the fact that re-experiencing such traumas is unbearable for the patient and they naturally want to enlist the analyst in ensuring that they will never be experienced again. This is the backdrop for the extreme pressures and roles that are constellated in the analysis that can lead to impasse or breakdown of the analytic relationship. The author explores how these areas can be negotiated safely and that, whilst drawing heavily on recent developments in attachment, relational, trauma and infant development theory, an analytic attitude needs to be maintained in order to integrate these experiences and allow the individual to feel, finally, accepted and whole. The book builds on Freud’s views of repetition compulsion and re-enactment and develops Jung’s concept of the traumatic complex.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Health, Fitness & Medical

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Into the Darkest Places: Early Relational Trauma by Marcus West(ePUB)+

Into the Darkest Places: Early Relational Trauma and Borderline States of Mind by Marcus West
Requirements: .ePUB, .PDF, .MOBI/.AZW reader, ePUB: 394KB, MOBI: 641KB, PDF: 1.87MB, AZW: 480KB
Overview: This book explores the roots of borderline states of mind in early relational trauma and shows how it is possible, and necessary, to visit ‘the darkest places’ in order to work through these traumas. This is despite the fact that re-experiencing such traumas is unbearable for the patient and they naturally want to enlist the analyst in ensuring that they will never be experienced again. This is the backdrop for the extreme pressures and roles that are constellated in the analysis that can lead to impasse or breakdown of the analytic relationship. The author explores how these areas can be negotiated safely and that, whilst drawing heavily on recent developments in attachment, relational, trauma and infant development theory, an analytic attitude needs to be maintained in order to integrate these experiences and allow the individual to feel, finally, accepted and whole. The book builds on Freud’s views of repetition compulsion and re-enactment and develops Jung’s concept of the traumatic complex.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Health, Fitness & Medical

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Shifting into High Gear by Kyle Bryant

Shifting into High Gear: One Man’s Grave Diagnosis and the Epic Bike Ride That Taught Him What Matters by Kyle Bryant
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 6.4 MB
Overview: Shifting Into High Gear charts the course of Kyle Bryant’s transformation as he journeys on a recumbent tricycle across the United States in the throes of Friedreich’s ataxia, a life-shortening and disabling disease. Full of humor and reflection, it’s a heroic journey of a man driven to reframe the language of disease through action and service.

As you travel with Kyle during two cross-country bike rides through the American West, Texas, the Southern States, and finally to the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, the grueling rides become a compelling backdrop for a series of lessons and ruminations which embrace an alternative worldview and provide practical solutions to everyday problems. A thrilling adventure story, yes, Shifting Into High Gear is also ultimately about helping readers reinterpret the conditions of their lives and learning how positive thinking, purposeful connection, and deliberate actions can help anyone reach beyond their limits and live a bolder and bigger life no matter what the circumstance.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Dig Into History – March 2019

Dig Into History – March 2019
Requirements: .PDF reader, 31 MB
Overview: Dig Into History is the magazine where history and archaeology meet for children ages 9 to 14 years. Each issue covers an individual theme with a special 10- to 12-page section that focuses on an archaeological discovery or topic. Articles are written by experts and always accompanied by word games and projects.
Genre: Magazines & Newspapers

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Data and Mobility: Transforming Information into Intelligent Traffic and Transportation Services Proceedings of the Lakeside Co

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