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The Danish Girl

Author : David Ebershoff
ISBN : 9781760292782
Genre : Fiction
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Starring Academy Award-winner Eddie Redmayne and directed by Academy Award-winner Tom Hooper, this major motion picture portrays an unforgettable celebration of love. It starts with a question, a simple favour asked by a wife of her husband, setting off a transformation neither can anticipate. Einar Wegener and his American wife Greta Waud have been married for six years, but are yet to have a child. Both painters, they live a life of bohemian languor in Copenhagen until one day their lives are irreversibly altered. The Danish Girl eloquently shows the intimacy that defines a marriage and the nearly forgotten story of the love between a man who discovers that he is, in fact, a woman, and his wife who would sacrifice anything for him. Set against the glitz and decadence of 1920s Copenhagen, Paris and Dresden, and inspired by a true story, The Danish Girl is about one of the most passionate and unusual marriages of the twentieth century. 'a story of true love, suffering and sacrifice' - Sunday Telegraph

The Danish Girl

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ISBN : OCLC:951908123
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Negotiating Identities

Author : Aleksandra Ålund
ISBN : 9051838980
Genre : Social Science
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This book is about the new possibilities that emerge at the conjunction of the cultural trajectories of the present. Through different journeys in the European, and particularly the Scandinavian and the British present, the authors of this collection of essays discuss the interrelations of culture, race, gender, ethnicity and identity. They elucidate how identies are negotiated and cultures processed. The passages of culture addressed here open for a deeper understanding of the varieties of ethnicity and in particular of those of the borderlands with their potential for intercultural and transnational conversation.

Transgender Rights

Author : The New York Times Editorial Staff
ISBN : 9781642820621
Genre : Young Adult Nonfiction
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In recent years, the public's awareness and understanding of the transgender community has grown drastically, from near total ignorance to a nuanced and complex approach to trans individuals and their rights. This collection of articles features reporting, opinion pieces, and first-person accounts that capture the evolving conversation about issues related to the trans community. With coverage of the Texas and North Carolina "bathroom bills," the debate over the inclusion of trans people in the military, and tales of various struggles and successes in the courts, this book highlights the obstacles this growing movement faces as well as its successes.

Open Doors

Author : Christopher Bo Bramsen
ISBN : 9781136847677
Genre : Social Science
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On one level, this is an intriguing account of expat life in Shanghai's International settlement in the early 20th century. On another level is charted the introduction and growth of new western technologies and companies in China. And the backdrop to these stories is early 20th century China itself: the hopes, fears, turmoil and grandeur of the age.

The Peep Show

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ISBN : OXFORD:590772943
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The Prison Dance

Author : Denise OBrian
ISBN : 9781465376732
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This memoir was inspired by the authors encounter with Palestinian women political prisoners of NeveTirza Beit Soar. It begins with the journey she took through North Africa in 1970 and ends in an Israeli jail. It describes a tumultuous era, the experiences of women travelling unescorted amidst men, and the daily life of an Israeli prison. The tales of The Prison Dance are poignant, sometimes tragic, but frequently humorous, owing to the often bizarre quality of events that transpired. As the author was a dancer, the reader experiences these events through the eyes of Dance. Powerful and affectingGreat subjectstill current in spite of the intervening yearsa valuable document of those times. Hank Schachte, author of Killing time

Language And Culture Pedagogy

Author : Karen Risager
ISBN : 9781853599590
Genre : Education
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Looks at the teaching of language and culture in a globalized world.

Language And Culture

Author : Karen Risager
ISBN : 9781853598586
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The book presents a new theory of the relationship between language and culture in a transnational and global perspective. The fundamental view is that languages spread across cultures, and cultures spread across languages, or in other words, that linguistic and cultural practices flow through social networks in the world along partially different paths and across national structures and communities.

Man Into Woman

Author : Lili Elbe
ISBN : 1350021490
Genre : Literary Collections
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In 1930 Danish artist Einar Wegener underwent a series of surgeries to become Lili Elvenes (more commonly known as Lili Elbe). Her life story, Fra Mand til Kvinde (From Man Into Woman), published in Copenhagen in 1931, is the first full-length (auto)biographical narrative of a subject who undergoes a surgical change in sex. In Man Into Woman: A Comparative Scholarly Edition, Pamela L. Caughie and Sabine Meyer present the full text of the 1933 American edition of Elbe's work with comprehensive notes on textual and paratextual variants across the four published editions throughout. This edition also includes a substantial scholarly introduction which situates the historical and intellectual context of Elbe's work, as well as new essays on the work by leading scholars in gender studies, modernist literature and life writing, and critical coverage of the 2015 biopic, The Danish Girl.

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