Published June 1995
by Cork University Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Greg Delanty (Editor), Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||270|
Jumping at Shadows is Sasha Abramsky's searing account of America's most dangerous epidemic: irrational fear. Taking readers on a dramatic journey through a divided nation, where everything from immigration to disease, gun control to health care has become fodder for fearmongers and conspiracists, he delivers an eye-popping analysis of our misconceptions about risk and threats/5(15). Jumping at Shadows tackles the important topic of fear in the American psyche and its impact on our everyday lives. Abramsky tries to dive into why Americans fear terrorism or plane crashes more than car crashes even though the latter kills far more in any given year among other topics/5. Jumping at Shadows is Sasha Abramsky's searing account of America's most dangerous epidemic: irrational : PublicAffairs. Abramsky's latest book Jumping at Shadows is thoughtful, impassioned and painfully timely, given the tragedy that unfolded on October 1 in Las Vegas. Jumping at Shadows is, /5(15).
“ Jumping Over Shadows is a timely and thought-provoking book, one that I urge people of all faiths and backgrounds to read and reread.” — Windy City Reviews “Gendler skillfully integrates the history of her family, which she meticulously researched, with her own modern love story.”/5(). Jumping Over Shadows is a memoir that immediately captures and holds the reader, and reading it in one sitting is almost an imperative. As the reader follows the blossoming relationship between the author and her then boyfriend, a German Jewish boy in love with a Christian girl, it is immediately apparent that the challenges of inter-religious dating and marriage are timeless/5. Jumping at Shadows is an outstanding debut novel from RG Green and if all her novels are going to be of this quality, then I can't wait for her next release. It's very difficult to come up with something different in the m/m genre and I find myself getting weary of the same old themes which seem to be in permanent recycle mode so Jumping at Shadows is like a breathe of fresh air in an /5. Jumping off Swings was a book that I bought on a whim. I was perusing my local bookstore when I saw the cover and was drawn in by the empty feeling that it gave me. The cover is /5.
'Jumping off Shadows' SELECTED CONTEMPORARY IRISH POETS Edited by Greg Delanty and Nuala Ni DhomhnaiU with a preface by Philip O'Leary CORK UNIVERSITY PRESS. Shadow Jump is a book showing us that no matter what what problem a person faces whether physical (Jack's case with his allergy) or mental (Beth's case losing her parents and as as Jack's missing his father). Those two proved to us that we need to share our problems and open up to other people so that we can overcome those problems/5. I'm on the ramp leading up to the 3rd Colossus, I jump across to the pillar, shift round and I try to jump and just fall down. I've tried this about 10 times, it's a joke, the game didn't explain this at all, do I . And sometimes a little desperation," says Maria Ochoa, one of the people Sasha Abramsky interviews in his book, Jumping at Shadows. As a member of the Tucson Samaritans, a humanitarian group which aids migrants who cross the borders through the Arizona desert, she has reason to be.