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Frazer, with Freud, Marx, and Jung, is one of the thinkers who have had a deep and pervasive influence on modern literature. One of the great nineteenth-century syntheses, The Golden Bough was the culmination of a century of investigations into myth and ritual. John Vickery locates The Golden Bough in the context of its age and shows how, by gathering up many strands of nineteenth-century thought, it embodied the dominant intellectual tradition shaping the modern spirit.
The author's intimate acquaintance with an extraordinary range of modern literature enables him to demonstrate the variety of strategies that poets and novelists have used to assimilate The Golden Bough in their individual attitudes and preoccupations. The remaining chapters of the book are devoted to extended discussions of the intellectual, thematic, and format impact of The Golden Bough on Yeats, Eliot, Lawrence, and Joyce.
Originally published in 1973.
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It's a familiar narrative in both real life and fiction, from news reports to television storylines: a young person is bullied online, or targeted by an online predator, or exposed to sexually explicit content. The consequences are bleak; the young person is shunned, suicidal, psychologically ruined. In this book, Jacqueline Ryan Vickery argues that there are other urgent concerns about young people's online experiences besides porn, predators, and peers. We need to turn our attention to inequitable opportunities for participation in a digital culture. Technical and material obstacles prevent low-income and other marginalized young people from the positive, community-building, and creative experiences that are possible online.
Vickery explains that cautionary tales about online risk have shaped the way we think about technology and youth. She analyzes the discourses of risk in popular culture, journalism, and policy, and finds that harm-driven expectations, based on a privileged perception of risk, enact control over technology. Opportunity-driven expectations, on the other hand, based on evidence and lived experience, produce discourses that acknowledge the practices and agency of young people rather than seeing them as passive victims who need to be protected.
Vickery first addresses how the discourses of risk regulate and control technology, then turns to the online practices of youth at a low-income, minority-majority Texas high school. She considers the participation gap and the need for schools to teach digital literacies, privacy, and different online learning ecologies. Finally, she shows that opportunity-driven expectations can guide young people's online experiences in ways that balance protection and agency.
JOHN Vickery’s Leo Buring rieslings were the greatest in this country between the 1950s and the 1970s. Brian Croser’s Petaluma rieslings then set the quality standard until Jeffery Grosset led Australia to a more pure, longer and more... The riesling fruit from Duke Ranson’s Magpie Hill vineyard in the Great Southern’s Porongurups is extraordinary. Duke and Hilde’s wines are made by Castle Rock Winery’s Rob Diletti, who has an extraordinary Best Riesling Trophy record at capital city shows. Rob also made three of 13 (13 per cent) of James Halliday’s highest- pointed Australian rieslings in the Wine Companion 2017 Edition, two of 17 (12. 5 per cent) in the 2016 edition and three of 15 (20 per cent) in the 2015 edition. It’s not only Rob’s winemaking though, it is also the outstanding and distinctive Great Southern riesling fruit. The area’s riesling quality can be gauged by James Halliday’s Australian Wine Companion summaries as, in the 2017 edition, with about three per cent of Australia’s riesling, the Great Southern provided 35 per cent of James’ 23 highest-pointed... In 2016, this figure was also 35 per cent of the highest-ranked 17 and in 2015 this was 40 per cent of the highest-ranked 15. In 2014, the west gained an astonishing 58 per cent, or 15 out of 26. So, given the regional riesling quality and Rob... Length of flavour is the key to quality and, for Australian riesling, this wine has almost unmatched length. Source: www.communitynews.com.au
JOHN Vickery's Leo Buring rieslings were the greatest in this country between the 1950s and the 1970s. Brian Croser's Petaluma rieslings then set the quality standard until Jeffery Grosset led Australia to a more pure, longer and more international
The result was another winning season for L-P, which Vickery hopes he, his coaching staff — John Senica, Pete Kasperski, Kourtney Ewald and Jon Rashid, who Vickery said have “kept me on track, given me guidance and brought consistent energy and
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black pepper, eggs, olive oil, garlic, green chilies, baguette, sardines, chilli, onions
california, cilantro, lime juice, corn, jalapeno, chipotle sauce, olive oil, red onions
apple cider vinegar, cayenne, molasses, olive oil, red onions
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Personal and stage work Edit. Vickery was born as John Estill Vickery on 4 November 1950 in Alameda, California, USA and grew up in Oakland, California.