Born with Teeth

Author: Kate Mulgrew

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0316334308

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 320

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Raised by unconventional Irish Catholics who knew "how to drink, how to dance, how to talk, and how to stir up the devil," Kate Mulgrew grew up with poetry and drama in her bones. But in her mother, a would-be artist burdened by the endless arrival of new babies, young Kate saw the consequences of a dream deferred. Determined to pursue her own no matter the cost, at 18 she left her small Midwestern town for New York, where, studying with the legendary Stella Adler, she learned the lesson that would define her as an actress: "Use it," Adler told her. Whatever disappointment, pain, or anger life throws in your path, channel it into the work. It was a lesson she would need. At twenty-two, just as her career was taking off, she became pregnant and gave birth to a daughter. Having already signed the adoption papers, she was allowed only a fleeting glimpse of her child. As her star continued to rise, her life became increasingly demanding and fulfilling, a whirlwind of passionate love affairs, life-saving friendships, and bone-crunching work. Through it all, Mulgrew remained haunted by the loss of her daughter, until, two decades later, she found the courage to face the past and step into the most challenging role of her life, both on and off screen. We know Kate Mulgrew for the strong women she's played -- Captain Janeway on Star Trek ; the tough-as-nails "Red" on Orange is the New Black. Now, we meet the most inspiring and memorable character of all: herself. By turns irreverent and soulful, laugh-out-loud funny and heart-piercingly sad, Born with Teeth is the breathtaking memoir of a woman who dares to live life to the fullest, on her own terms.

Born with Teeth

Author: Frank Baron

Publisher: Athena PressPub Company

ISBN: 9781847484253

Category: History

Page: 172

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'Rome's Achilles' was decorated 170 times, scarred with forty-five wounds - all on the front of his body - fought as a champion in single combat to the death, saving the day for Rome on many occasions, and took part in 120 battles over forty years. His name: Lucius Siccius Dentatus - 'Born with teeth'. As the author of this exciting insight into the struggles of Republican Rome observes, 'Lucius Siccius, when called upon to do so, was literally a fighting and killing machine, an enigma of warfare, a man who must have had a constitution of iron and who was probably completely lacking in conscience.' Hero or psychopath? Spokesman for the downtrodden, or political volcano? This excellent historical study reveals how one man's fighting prowess helped give Rome supremacy in Latium, and explores the significance of military decorations in Ancient Rome and in our own times.

Encyclopædia of Superstitions, Folklore, and the Occult Sciences of the World

Author: Cora Linn Daniels,C. M. Stevans

Publisher: The Minerva Group, Inc.

ISBN: 9781410209146

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 624

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Originally published in 1903, this is an excellent source for an historical perspective on superstitions and folklore. Hundreds of entries are arranged alphabetically within broad subject categories. The original subtitle reads: "A comprehensive library of human belief and practice in the mysteries of life through more than six thousand years of experience and progress including the fundamental intuitions and instincts underlying the structure of civilization, theology, mythology, demonology, magic, witchcraft, esoteric philosophy, signs, omens, oracles, sorceries, auguries, divinations, prophecies, methods and means employed in revealing fortune and fate, systems and formulas for the use of psychical forces, hypnotism, clairvoyance, telepathy, spiritualism, character reading and character building with all the known powers and wonders of mind and soul, illustrated with numerous ancient and modern designs and thoroughly indexed."

How to Forget

Author: Kate Mulgrew

Publisher: HarperCollins

ISBN: 0062846841

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 352

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A Washington Post “Notable Work of Nonfiction of 2019” In this profoundly honest and examined memoir about returning to Iowa to care for her ailing parents, the star of Orange Is the New Black and bestselling author of Born with Teeth takes us on an unexpected journey of loss, betrayal, and the transcendent nature of a daughter’s love for her parents. They say you can’t go home again. But when her father is diagnosed with aggressive lung cancer and her mother with atypical Alzheimer’s, New York-based actress Kate Mulgrew returns to her hometown in Iowa to spend time with her parents and care for them in the time they have left. The months Kate spends with her parents in Dubuque—by turns turbulent, tragic, and joyful—lead her to reflect on each of their lives and how they shaped her own. Those ruminations are transformed when, in the wake of their deaths, Kate uncovers long-kept secrets that challenge her understanding of the unconventional Irish Catholic household in which she was raised. Breathtaking and powerful, laced with the author’s irreverent wit, How to Forget is a considered portrait of a mother and a father, an emotionally powerful memoir that demonstrates how love fuses children and parents, and an honest examination of family, memory, and indelible loss.

Transcultural Concepts in Nursing Care

Author: Margaret M. Andrews,Joyceen S. Boyle

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 9780781790376

Category: Medical

Page: 487

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Conveys the importance of diverse cultural knowledge for evaluation of patient outcomes, understanding persons in clinical settings, and appropriate responses during the nurse/client interaction.

Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

Author: George M. Gould,Walter L. Pyle

Publisher: Good Press

ISBN: N.A

Category: Fiction

Page: 863

View: 6902


"Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine" by George M. Gould, Walter L. Pyle. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

Biological Variation in Health and Illness

Author: Theresa Overfield

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780849345777

Category: Medical

Page: 220

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Specifically for the health professional, this book contains an extensive compilation of research findings on biologic variation by race, age, and gender relating to health and illness. Completely rewritten, revised, and updated, the Second Edition includes an increased discussion of biologic variation and expanded coverage of each chapter topic. This book provides a theoretical framework for understanding the mechanisms that influence biologic variation. It presents a well-documented discussion of research data and indicates areas where knowledge is lacking. A theoretical explanation is followed by examination of surface and anatomical variations, developmental variation, biochemical and enzymatic variations, disease susceptibility differences, and influence of the external variation. Consideration of sexual variation reveals more differences between the sexes than among races. Misconceptions about racial uniformity and diversity are exposed throughout the book. Tables of specific biologic variations allow easy reference and access to the literature.

Smärre meddelanden

Author: Statens etnografiska museum (Sweden)

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Ethnology

Page: N.A

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