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Binding: Paperback Author: Gesa Mackenthun Language: English Publication Date: 2015-08-21 Number of Pages: 234 Publisher: Routledge This Book Is A Significant Contribution To Existing Research On The Themes Of Race And Slavery In The Founding Literature Of The United States. It Extends The Boundaries Of Existing Research By Locating Race And Slavery Within A Transnational And 'Oceanic' Framework. The Author Applies Critical Concepts Developed Within Postcolonial Theory To American Texts Written Between The National Emergence Of The United States And The Civil War, In Order To Uncover Metaphors Of The Colonial And Imperial 'Unconscious' In America'S Foundational Writing. The Book Analyses The Writings Of Canonized Authors Such As Charles Brockden Brown, James Fenimore Cooper, Edgar Allan Poe, And Herman Melville Alongside Those Of Lesser Known Writers Like Olaudah Equiano, Royall Tyler, Frederick Douglass, Martin Delany, And Maxwell Philip, And Situates Them Within The Colonial, And 'Postcolonial', Context Of The Slave-Based Economic System Of The Black Atlantic. While Placing The Transatlantic Slave Trade On The Map Of American Studies And Viewing It In Conjunction With American Imperial Ambitions In The Pacific, Fictions Of The Black Atlantic In American Foundational Literature Also Adds A Historical Dimension To Present Discussions About The 'Ambivalence' Of Postcoloniality.
Personnel includes: Clive Griffin, Celine Dion (vocals); Steve Anderson (various instruments); Ross Trant, Phil Palmer (guitar); Skaila Kanga (harp); Phil Todd (flute); Chris Davis, Nigel Hitchcock (saxophone); John Barclay, John Thirkell (trumpet); Pete Beachill (trombone); Pete Wingfield (piano); Frank Ricotti (vibraphone); Greg Phillingaines, Rob Fisher (keyboards); Peter Vetesse (keyboards, programming, background vocals); Rich Tancredi (keyboards, bass); Nathan East (bass); Steve Ferrone, Rupert Brown (drums); Danny Cummings (percussion). Background vocals: Beverly Skeete, Derek Green, Paul Lee, Kenny Bobian, Earl Robinson, Eddie Stockley, Tessa Niles. Producers: Steve Anderson, Ric Wake, Michael Peden, Guy Roche, David Foster. Engineers: Paul Wright, Bob Cadway, Rick Kerr, Martin Hayles, Guy Roche, Steve Holroyd, Sean Chennery. Personnel: Clive Griffin (percussion, background vocals); Ross Trant, Greg Bone, Josh Sklair, Phil Palmer, Taj Wyzgowski (guitar); Skaila Kanga (harp); John Underwood (violin, viola); Peter Oxer, Barry Wilde, Belinda Bunt, Benedict Cruft, James McLeod, David Woodcock, Wilfred Gibson, Roger Garland, Rita Manning, Gavyn Wright (violin); Robert Smissen, Andrew Parker (viola); Tony Plecth, Tony Pleeth, Ben Kennard, Paul Kegg (cello); Richard Niles (strings, brass); The London Session Orchestra (strings); Philip Todd (flute, EWI); Chris Davis, Nigel Hitchcock, Snake Davis (saxophone); John Barclay, John Thirkell (trumpet); Pete Beachill (trombone); Greg Phillinganes (piano, Fender Rhodes piano, organ, keyboards, synthesizer); Pete Wingfield (piano); Steve Anderson (keyboards, synthesizer, drums, programming); Gary Roche (keyboards, synthesizer, drums); Peter Vetesse (keyboards, synthesizer, programming, background vocals); Guy Roche (keyboards, drums, drum programming); Rob Fisher, Rich Tancredi (keyboards); Mel Wesson (synthesizer, programming); Frank Ricotti (vibraphone, background vocals); Nathan East (bass guitar); Rupert Brown, Steve
The Films of Johnny Depp
Kenneth Williams was the stand-out comic actor of his generation. Beloved as the manic star of Carry On films and as a peerless raconteur on TV chat shows, he was also acclaimed for serious stage roles. Born Brilliant includes previously unseen material from Williams's candid daily journal and also draw on rare in-depth interviews with friends and colleagues. Since the publication of edited extracts from his diaries, much controversy has surrounded Williams's personal and professional lives. This biography traces the complex contradictions that characterised an extraordinary life and presents the first full portrait of a star who was born brilliant.
Since his rise to fame in the television series 21 Jump Street in 1987 and his subsequent transition to film acting, Johnny Depp has received constant criticism for his choice of roles--at least until his popular turn in the Pirates of the Caribbean series. This book aims to reveal the ways in which Depp's choices of film roles, though often considered eccentric, allowed him to develop into the representative film actor of his time. It organizes all of Depp's films chronologically, narrating in the process his transition from underestimated teenage pretty boy to bona fide Hollywood hotshot. Along the way, the book addresses Depp's relationship to earlier film actors, especially to Marlon Brando and the silent comics; the influence of Depp's androgynous sexuality on both his choice of...
THREE people have denied being part of a drugs conspiracy in Droitwich. Adrian Lynch, Philip Brown and Leanne Edwards all denied conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin when they appeared before judge Robert Juckes QC at Worcester Crown Court yesterday. The alleged conspiracy was said to have taken place between June 1 and June 13 this year. Lynch and Brown appeared at court and Edwards over videolink from HMP Eastwood Park. Brown was represented by Martin Butterworth, Lynch by John Lucas and Edwards by Richard Hull. The three suspects were arrested in the Teme Crescent area of Droitwich on June 12. Lynch, aged 27, of Leonard Road, Lozells, Birmingham, Edwards, aged 42, of Teme Crescent and Brown, aged 38, of Handsworth, Birmingham, are next scheduled to...
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