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Ronson offers up a compelling analysis of the consequences of public shaming, particularly in the Twittersphere specifically and internet era in general.
Set in the Ottoman Empire during World War I, and in contemporary Los Angeles, Orhan's Inheritance tells the story of one man coming to terms with his family's and his nation's past.
A young man wheeled through a downtown shopping area to evaluate wheelchair accessibility in this small New England town. What he found is no different from what most people who use wheelchairs deal with in their own towns and cities.
A young man wheeled around the streets of an average small town in New England. He shows the condition of the sidewalks and why it is often necessary for people who use wheelchairs to wheel on the roads rather than on seemingly perfectly good sidewalks.
The British Council and Sasol’s Definitely Able conference and ILHAM art exhibition took place at the Museum of Islamic Art on March 17 2015 under the patronage of Her Excellency Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani, Chairperson of Qatar Museums.
The book begins with a vivid description of the sea, a clifftop view and the author, Matt Haig, thinking about whether to die. These are viscerally written, painful scenes and thankfully Haig changes his mind and turns back from the edge.