Offers a study of poetry as an alternative way of seeing the world and of obtaining insights into realities that enable the reader to see the vast otherness that usually eludes. The process of creativity is discussed. The influences of other disciplines on the heightening of consciousness are described as are methodologies of observation that have been employed in the last 100 years.
In this riveting book acclaimed military historian Major Bruce H. Norton USMC (ret.) brings to life a long-forgotten memoir by a Marine captured at Corregidor in May 1942 and held in Japanese captivity for three devastating years.
Few examinations of woke culture have yet appeared, so Chris Heitzman's book is timely. He examines what woke culture is, and analyses whether it aligns with its own superficially attractive ideals or whether it is a sinister attempt at mind control that is doomed to fail. Heitzman explains why he is not woke, and why you should not be, either.