1131 books (57 pages) in this category
by Mihaela Noroc
Since 2013 Mihaela Noroc has travelled the world with her backpack and camera taking photos of everyday women to showcase the diversity and beauty all around us. <i>The Atlas of Beauty</i> is a collection of her photographs that celebrates women
by Alex Haley
Malcolm X's <i>The Autobiography of Malcolm X </i>was written in collaboration with Alex Haley, author of <i>Roots</i>, and includes an introduction by Paul Gilroy, author of <i>The Black Atlantic</i>, in Penguin Modern Classics.<BR>From ...
by Marie Darrieussecq
<i>The Baby</i> is a mother?s project and a writer?s project-how to reconcile these two demanding roles? What is a baby? And why are there so few of them in literature? Through notes taken in the months after her first child was born, ...
and their race to save the world's most precious manuscripts
by Joshua Hammer
To save precious centuries-old Arabic texts from Al Qaeda, a band of librarians in Timbuktu pulls off a brazen heist worthy of <i>Ocean's Eleven</i> and <i>Indiana Jones</i>. ...
by Naomi Wolf
<b>The bestselling classic that redefined our view of the relationship between beauty and female identity </b><BR><BR>Every day, women around the world are confronted with a dilemma - how to look. In a society embroiled in a cult of female ...
by Anna Goldsworthy
<i>The Best Australian Essays</i> showcase the nation's most eloquent, insightful and urgent non-fiction writing. In her first time as editor, award-winning author Anna Goldsworthy chooses brilliant pieces that provoke, unveil, engage and ...
by Jim Haynes
The trucker's job - so vital to our nation's everyday life - makes for a diverse treasure trove of stories. This first-ever collection of stories about Aussie truckers captures the humour, tragedy and fascinating history of their world, provingAudio Book
Hope After Heroin
by Tracey Mitchell
What is New Zealand's Future?
by Various Authors
<b>New Zealand is at a crossroads. People are increasingly concerned about where we are headed. Can we improve our appalling statistics on poverty and violence? </b>What about work - will we all be replaced by robots? Will our children (let ...
by Audre Lorde
'I have been woman for a long time beware my smile I am treacherous with old magic'<BR><BR>Filled with rage and tenderness, Audre Lorde's most acclaimed poetry collection speaks of mothers and children, female strength and vulnerability, renewal
by Clements Nicholas
At its core, <i>The Black War</i> is a story about two peoples who just wanted to be free of each other . . . sooner or later Europeans and Aborigines were bound to clash, but it was Tasmania's unique circumstances that turned this encounter ...
Why Technology Turns Toxic in an Unequal World
by Bob Hughes
<p><b>A big-hitting historical analysis of technology which uses the computer as a can-opener to expose the inequality innate in capitalism</b></p><p><p>Capitalism likes us to believe in the steady, inevitable march of progress, from the abacus ...
by Kate Forsyth
Viviane de Faitaud has grown up alone at the Chateau de Belisama-sur-le-Lac in Brittany, for her father, the Marquis de Ravoisier, lives at the court of Louis XVI in Versailles. After a hailstorm destroys the chateau's orchards, gardens and ...
by Michael Trotti
An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Lady Things
by Anna Holmes
by Onjali Q. Rauf
How Inequality Changes the Way We Think, Live and Die
by Keith Payne
by Kate Grenville
Kate Grenville had always associated perfume with elegance and beauty. Then the headaches started.<BR><BR>Like perhaps a quarter of the population, Grenville reacts badly to the artificial fragrances around us- other people's perfumes, and all ...
by James Terence Fisher