Behind the Wall

Before the winter rains came, I would build and restore stone walls and fences to prevent soil erosion. These trees take more care and love than your own son ... This was not the last of the destruction ofAbu Saleem's [134] Behind the Wall.

Author: Rich Wiles

Publisher: Potomac Books, Inc.

ISBN: 1597974390

Category: Political Science

Page: 216

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Of the approximately seven million Palestinian refugees around the world, more than 650,000 are living in camps along the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Having been forced from their homes, either through violence or the threat of it, those living in these camps, Rich Wiles asserts, suffer greatly from Israeli Army incursions, violence, poverty, and desperation—often even more severely than in the surrounding cities or villages. Although much media attention has been drawn to the area's political climate, the stories of its dispossessed people have gone largely underreported. Having spent much of his time in Palestine since 2003, Wiles offers a glimpse inside the West Bank's refugee camps between 2006 and 2007 through a collection of oral histories, vignettes, and photographic portraits. In these pieces, Wiles recounts conversations with Palestinians of all ages, including survivors of al-Nakba, released child and female prisoners, parents trying to rear their children amid the violence of military occupation, and exiles struggling for the right of return to their original villages. These intimate portrayals not only offer clues to understanding the physical and psychological effects of exile, colonization, and occupation, they also reveal the true Palestinian psyche, one that is at once full of life, love, and strength. Through both written word and photographic image, Behind the Wall allows Palestinians to speak for themselves.

Banksy The Man behind the Wall

Getting your piece up, whether it be on a train or on a wall where no one else can reach, the adrenalin of ... Stencils can take hours, or even days, at home or in the studio to prepare, and if you venture beyond black and white each ...

Author: Will Ellsworth-Jones

Publisher: Frances Lincoln

ISBN: 0711264333

Category: Art

Page: 304

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In this fully revised and richly illustrated edition, author and journalist Will Ellsworth-Jones pieces together a complete picture of the life and work of Banksy, perhaps the most iconic, enigmatic and controversial artist of modern times. For someone who shuns the limelight so completely that he conceals his name, never shows his face and gives interviews only by email, Banksy is remarkably famous. This fully updated and illustrated story of Banksy’s life and career builds an intriguing picture of his world and unpicks its contradictions. Whether art or vandalism, anti-establishment or sell-out, Banksy and his work have become a cultural phenomenon and the question ‘Who is Banksy?’ is as much about his career as it is ‘the man behind the wall’. From his beginnings as a Bristol graffiti artist, his artwork is now sold at auction for seven-figure sums and hangs on celebrities’ walls. The appearance of a new Banksy is national news, his documentary Exit Through the Gift Shop was Oscar-nominated and people queue for hours to see his latest exhibition. Now moreNational Treasure than edgy outsider, who is Banksy and how did he become what he is today? This book charts Banksy's journey from the graffiti-scrawled streets of Barton Hill, the working class neighbourhood of Bristol where he and others covered the walls with vibrant pieces while trying to avoid the police, through to some of the most prestigious galleries of the world, where his daring acts of guerilla art have forced us to reconsider how we define as art. From the artist's own words to recollections of friends and colleagues, this book also examines the contradictions of Banksy's life: charting how a privately educated boy from a middle class area of Bristol reinvented himself as a rogue and an outlaw who would take the art world by storm. With beautiful reproductions of some of his most controversial and recognisable works, this detailed study is a truly indispensible guide to understanding the ultimate art rebel whose work is no less relevant today than it was when he first started out some thirty years ago.

The White Beyond the Wall

I risk a glimpse behind me to see two slightly smaller beasts forming a triangle to surround me. They work in packs. That's what we were taught in school, if you see one, get your back to a wall otherwise they'll be all around you.

Author: George Lewkowicz

Publisher: Scribl

ISBN: 1633480879

Category: Fiction

Page: 191

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Twins, Jacob and Aron, can turn into a dolphin and an owl. They live in C’Wall, the closest point to the Wall, a thousand foot high upside down waterfall out at sea. They sit the exam for a competitive place at University for the Intentioned, both fretting that their powers are useless in real life. When only Aron gets in, Jacob makes a snap decision to switch their names and steal his brother's place. The swap forces them to experience life from opposite sides of the class divide. Aron heads to a educational commune in Brixton, but does it have a darker purpose? Should Aron bring down the Wall, or does that make him a terrorist? And how far will Jacob go to stop him?

Beyond the Wall

Behind him was a large window with a mountain meadow beyond it. But the view was obscured: a quarter of the window, ... I dreamed I was at my parents' house pulling wood panels off the walls. Behind every one were huge swarms of bees.

Author: Karen Deal Robinson

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 1257492403

Category: Fiction

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When Dorothy McLaughlin begins to have dreams about a young man named Nathan who died in Vietnam, she wonders if he's real, or just a figment of her lonely imagination. As she hikes the trails of the Colorado mountains, marches for gay rights, and shares her love of Tolkien and Oz with friends and lovers, Nathan is at her side. Or is he?

Beyond the Wall

She sat on the wall close behind me. “Why do you always sit on this wall, Aarav? ... Whenever I get into some dilemma or confusion, I just come and sit here, on this wall, so that I can see what lies beyond my limit.

Author: Saurabh Abhyankar

Publisher: Educreation Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 133

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About Book "The Universe Is Immeasurable and Infinite, Same Like We Are Also Limitless. We Just Have to See Beyond the Wall and Choose It." Meet, Aarav And Mihira, Who Experiences A Pure Love, But Their Choices Stuck Them. Devansh And Soha, A Passionate Souls. His Passion Holds Him Back in His Career. She Is A Poet from Pakistan Who Creates Magical Lines. Shraddha, A Strong and Quaint Girl, Who Had Trapped by Her Choices. They Choose Their Path but What Happens When Their Choices Entangled Them? This Is A Story of Connecting the Dots Between Choices, Love, Friendship, Faith, Passion, Fear, Courage and All Leads Them to The Destiny of Good Karma.

Beyond the Wall

Above us the walls were so near one another in places, and so angled, that we could not see the sky. Nor any stars. Wedged crosswise between the walls, sometimes twenty feet above our heads, were logs—driftwood left behind by a flood.

Author: Edward Abbey

Publisher: Holt Paperbacks

ISBN: 1466806400

Category: Nature

Page: 224

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In this wise and lyrical book about landscapes of the desert and the mind, Edward Abbey guides us beyond the wall of the city and asphalt belting of superhighways to special pockets of wilderness that stretch from the interior of Alaska to the dry lands of Mexico.

Beyond the Wall

... as one ( actually one was behind the other ) when it was time to turn onto the side street where my house was located . ... During my primary school days , entire walls of my bedroom were covered with maps of different countries ...

Author: Stephen M. Shore

Publisher: AAPC Publishing

ISBN: 9781931282192

Category: Education

Page: 214

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This second edition of Beyond The Wall is an autobiographical account that gives a rare, detailed and warm insight into the life of someone with Asperger Syndrome. Shore relates his personal and professional experiences in a simple and open manner, creating an informative, user-friendly text that sheds new light on the trials and tribulations of those with Asperger Syndrome. Shore does not only give his personal view within this book, but also gives family events and background, whilst connecting his own experiences to recent research, making it of equal interest to both individuals and professionals.

Diamonds Beyond The Wall

So much time on my hands to think Too much noise Ican't even sleep All I can do is cryandweep I pick up mysword, which is my BIBLE After filling my spirit with the Word I know He has me Behind these prisons walls.

Author: Miss Veronica

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 146911724X

Category: Poetry

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Behind the Berlin Wall

... and although the Berlin Wall kept transgressors in rather than out, East German propagandists justified it in similarly paternalistic terms as protection against the Unkultur beyond.3 Yet, had the Ming dynasty become a prisoner of ...

Author: Patrick Major

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 0191608246

Category: History

Page: 336

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Few historical changes occur literally overnight, but on 13 August 1961 eighteen million East Germans awoke to find themselves walled in by an edifice which was to become synonymous with the Cold War: the Berlin Wall. This new history rejects traditional, top-down approaches to Cold War politics, exploring instead how the border closure affected ordinary East Germans, from workers and farmers to teenagers and even party members, 'caught out' by Sunday the Thirteenth. Party, police, and Stasi reports reveal why one in six East Germans fled the country during the 1950s, undermining communist rule and forcing the eleventh-hour decision by Khrushchev and Ulbricht to build a wall along the Cold War's frontline. Did East Germans resist or come to terms with immurement? Did the communist regime become more or less dictatorial within the confines of the so-called 'Antifascist Defence Rampart'? Using film and literature, but also the GDR's losing battle against Beatlemania, Patrick Major's cross-disciplinary study suggests that popular culture both reinforced and undermined the closed society. Linking external and internal developments, Major argues that the GDR's official quest for international recognition, culminating in Ostpolitik and United Nations membership in the early 1970s, became its undoing, unleashing a human rights movement which fed into, but then broke with, the protests of 1989. After exploring the reasons for the fall of the Wall and reconstructing the heady days of the autumn revolution, the author reflects on the fate of the Wall after 1989, as it moved from demolition into the realm of memory.

Beyond the Walls of Separation

At the age of fifty, Mary Clark gave up her comfortable life in Los Angeles and moved across the wall of separation into a ... Not everyone who wishes to reach beyond the walls of separation can or should take up residence in prison.

Author: Tobias Brandner

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1630870889

Category: Religion

Page: 234

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Beyond the Walls of Separation is an essential and easy-to-read guidebook for chaplains and volunteers working in the context of prison, and for all those who are professionally or through family links related to those in prison. The book tells the story of what life behind bars is, and how inmates experience transformation through Christian faith: People at the crisis points of their life, where they are shattered, and where little is left of what made them, may experience life as fragile and as a transparent filter for the mysterious. Yet they also may experience God's life-giving presence. Love, expressed in forgiveness--against all odds, against all merits and previous experiences--lies at the root of many stories of transformation that emerge from prison. The book guides visitors to approach inmates without condescension, with an awareness of the social dimension of power and inequality, and with sensitivity to the suffering and alienation that individual prisoners experience. The many years of prison ministry in different cultural contexts and with inmates from all nations have taught the author that Christ does not need to be brought to prison through visitors, through evangelistic events, or through Christian outreach. He is already powerfully present in prison.