Audience orientation in news stories:A comparison between The Guardian and The Sun Akademische Schriftenreihe. 1. Auflage. Elisabeth Fritz
Waiting for the Evening News: Stories of the Deep South:Stories of the Deep South Sceptre Tim Gautreaux
In which our intrepid correspondent takes a fond look back at the year and isolates the best parts. [Broadcast Date: December 26, 2007] Every Wednesday, comedian and commentator Will Durst gets 90 seconds to speak his mind (often from the left side of the political equation). Click here to subscribe to Will Durst 0:90, only at Audible®. 1. Language: English. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/will/071226/pf_will_071226_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In which our intrepid correspondent waxes nostalgic over the last 12 months. [Broadcast Date: December 31, 2008] Every Tuesday and Friday, comedian and commentator Will Durst gets 90 seconds to speak his mind (often from the left side of the political equation). Click here to subscribe to Will Durst 0:90, only at Audible®. 1. Language: English. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/will/081231/pf_will_081231_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
With an exploration of our obsession with media, this book examines a number of archetypal news stories - a plane crash, a murder, a political scandal, a celebrity interview - from a perspective to ask intriguing questions: why do disaster stories titillate? why obsess over love lives of the famous?
Now even more child-friendly with a new cover, smaller trim size, and a lowerprice point, this volume shares more than 60 favorite Bible stories told fromthe New King James Version. Each is paired with a takeaway devotion from Rev.Graham.
Now, in this collection of interconnected short stories, Jennifer Haigh returns to the vividly imagined world of Bakerton, Pennsylvania, a coal mining town rocked by decades of painful transition. From its heyday during two World Wars through its slow decline, Bakerton is a town that refuses to give up gracefully, binding - sometimes cruelly - succeeding generations to the place that made them. A young woman glimpses a world both strange and familiar when she becomes a live-in maid for a Jewish family in New York City. A long-absent brother makes a sudden and tragic homecoming. A solitary middle-aged woman tastes unexpected love when a young man returns to town. With a revolving cast of characters - many familiar to fans of Baker Towers - these stories explore how our roots, the families and places in which we are raised, shape the people we eventually become. News from Heaven looks unflinchingly at the conflicting human desires for escape and for connection, and explores the enduring hold of home. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Therese Plummer, Alexander Cendese, Cynthia Darlow, Christian Baskous. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/harp/003258/bk_harp_003258_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In one of the most spellbinding accounts of men who go down to the sea in ships, the modern listener is given a seat in the whale boat of Owen Chase as he and his fellow crew and their captain make way in three boats after the wreckage of the Whaleship Essex. The account of how the Essex was wrecked inspired the infamous book Moby Dick and countless movies, including In the Heart of the Sea. The perils of sea, storms, nefarious intent of evil men, and fate combined to bring an end to a long whaling voyage - typically hard and grueling enough without suffering an attack by a furious and vengeful sperm whale. The story, told in a first-person narrative by Owen Chase, the first mate of the Essex, was first published in 1821 and served to inspire Herman Melville to write his fictional book of the attack by the whale. The perseverance and determination of the crew, mate, and captain to use each and every tool and morsel available to them in salvaging the wrecked Essex to outfit their flimsy whaleboats for a voyage of more than 2,500 miles back to the South American coast is remarkable in many ways. Every ounce of energy and civility rapidly evaporated after two months at sea. The story not told by Melville may be the best part, though the attack by the whale is still impressive if one imagines being on the small ship as the leviathan repeatedly bashes in the hull. In addition to the stirring account by Owen Chase are parts of the account by cabin boy Thomas Nickerson. Nickerson returned to the seas on whaleships following the Essex shipwreck, one of just a few known to have been sunk by a whale. After he retired to running a boardinghouse in Nantucket, Nickerson finally wrote his account of the Essex and the plight of the crew. Nickerson put pen to paper only when challenged by a visiting author. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Paul J. McSorley. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/050311/bk_acx0_050311_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.