1) However, the first episode shows that being a god--a metaphor for coming of age
and becoming an adult--is not just about doing "cool shit.
These visual records could provide additional insight into how the adolescent experiences of young Jewish women both "resembled those of countless other boys and girls coming of age
in America at the turn of the century" and were "shaped by their Judaism and Jewishness.
Few would deny that Margaret Mead's Coming of Age
in Samoa (1928) is a flawed volume, and from his careful review of both Mead's book and her Samoan fieldwork materials, Martin Orans concludes 'she did not present sufficient or adequately representative data to support her generalizations.
Now eighty-three, and a member of the fastest-growing age group in the United States, Studs gives us Coming of Age
, sixty-nine interviews with sundry old people who have two things in common: they have beaten the biblical odds of three score and ten years (the oldest is ninety-nine), and they are not now, nor have they ever been, bystanders at life.
In 1928, Margaret Mead published her first book, Coming of Age
in Samoa, in which she described to the Western world an exotic culture where people passed through adolescence with a minimum of difficulties.
Molecular Imaging: A Market Coming of Age
includes profiles of over 70 key players, with information relating to their products, research projects, key events, current alliances and financials, where available.
The author draws on interviews with 80 men in Kenya who came of age under colonial rule, as well as archival materials and quantitative analysis of court cases, to relate the coming-of-age stories of those who grew up in the country from the beginning of British colonial rule in the 1890s to the end of Jomo KenyattaAEs presidency in the late 1970s, as well as the British colonial stateAEs own coming of age
and its role in age relations and making mature men through control and authority.
A family flees from Castro's Cuba, in this gritty, humorous novel about a young boy's coming of age
Twenty-year-olds all over Japan will dress up, party and accept responsibility Monday as part of the nation's Coming of Age
In JL Snyder's new Coming of Age
novel, "Battle Cry 2 Shadow of the Sword," protagonist Kai-Ling uses the skills, training, and knowledge she acquired in the first volume to seek vengeance for her father's murder.
I have been fascinated by the second transition in such works as All Quiet on the Western Front, The Magus, The Magic Mountain, David Copperfield, Sister Carrie, and The Great Gatsby (Nick Carraway, not Gatsby, is the one coming of age
When Jessica Lind-Diamond was 13, she wrote about coming of age
in "Media Madness," which appeared in the Jan.
In coming of age
and travel fashion, "Rosebloom" is an excellent blend and deftly written look at 1930s America in between the Great Depression and the second Great War--highly recommended for fans of coming of age
fiction and for community library fiction collections.
Elements of intrigue and the supernatural lend to a unusual love story and coming of age
Our Coming of Age
feature on India looks at 17-year-old Anupam Kumar's struggle to get into a top university as a way to lead his family out of poverty; Times Past focuses on the birth of India and Pakistan in 1947, and Gandhi's role in the independence movement.