The Mask Behind the Mask

This book motivates you to look inside your mask and know that it is okay to cry, be sad, be mad, and love who you are thorough it all.

Author: Shana W. Gourdine

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 179601768X

Category: Poetry

Page: 48

View: 401

This book motivates you to look inside your mask and know that it is okay to cry, be sad, be mad, and love who you are thorough it all. We wear many masks to cover the flaws or imperfections we have, but there is always a mask that we still hide behind. There is always another face that we hide behind so others don’t see it. Just know that it is okay to love all of you—including the imperfections we try to hide from. This is to inspire you to embrace the real you and to be strong through all things with poetry.

Narcissism

Author: David Thomas

Publisher: Book Guild Publishing

ISBN: 9781846249358

Category: Narcissism

Page: 192

View: 899


Behind the Mask

A discussion of the various types of theatrical masks and exercises for the performer to use each type to its fullest effect.

Author: Bari Rolfe

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780921845362

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 82

View: 226

A discussion of the various types of theatrical masks and exercises for the performer to use each type to its fullest effect.

Behind the Mask

A gay umpire offers a candid inside view of professional baseball, discussing his career and relating anecdotes about incidents on and off the field

Author: Dave Pallone

Publisher: New Amer Library

ISBN: 9780451170293

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 348

View: 758

A gay umpire offers a candid inside view of professional baseball, discussing his career and relating anecdotes about incidents on and off the field

Behind the Mask

This book offers an innovative view of the art of East Germany that will fascinate art lovers and history enthusiasts alike.

Author: Ortrud Westheider

Publisher:

ISBN: 9783791356952

Category:

Page: 248

View: 920

This book offers an innovative view of the art of East Germany that will fascinate art lovers and history enthusiasts alike. Behind the Mask: Artists in the GDR focuses on the wide variety of artistic self-staging in the GDR, between public and private, prescribed collectivism and creative individuality. The intention of the GDR's official state art was to exert political influence and this resulted in ideological entanglements that have been examined in numerous publications and exhibitions in recent years. Yet how did artists in the GDR critically scrutinize themselves and their own art when their prescribed role was to represent the interests of the state? The pertinent essays and outstanding reproductions in this volume draw a comprehensive picture of art in the GDR from a new and knowledge-enhancing perspective.

Behind the Mask

Author: Adetunji Suleiman Ogundimu

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 165

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Behind the Mask

This boldly original book explores the origins, meanings, and forms of women's aggression.

Author: Dana Crowley Jack

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 9780674038998

Category: Social Science

Page: 332

View: 589

This boldly original book explores the origins, meanings, and forms of women's aggression. Drawing from in-depth interviews with sixty women of different ages and ethnic and class backgrounds--police officers, attorneys, substance abusers, homemakers, artists--Dana Jack provides a rich account of how women explain (or explain away) their own hidden or actual acts of hurt to others. With sensitivity but without sentimentality, Jack gives readers a range of compelling stories of how women channel, either positively or destructively, their own powerful force and of how they resist and retaliate in the face of others' aggression in a society that expects women to be yielding, empathetic, and supportive. Arguing that aggression arises from failures in relationships, Jack portrays the many forms that women's aggression can take, from veiled approaches used to resist, control, and take vengeance on others, to aggression that reflects despair, to aggression that may be a hopeful sign of new strength. Throughout the book, Jack shows the positive sides of aggression as women struggle with internal and external demons, reconnect with others, and create the courage to stand their ground. This work broadens our understanding of aggression as an interpersonal phenomenon rooted in societal expectations, and offers exciting new approaches for exploring the variations of this vexing human experience.

KISS

Now, in KISS: BEHIND THE MASK, the band's legion of fans and music enthusiasts alike will get to know the men behind the stage personas. After 30 years as a band, KISS are more than just a rock 'n' roll institution-they are legends.

Author: David Leaf

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0446553506

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 300

View: 173

After three decades of undying adoration, KISS fans will get their first fully authorized and total access look at the band who loves to "rock 'n' roll all nite and party every day!" Twenty years ago, KISS officially revealed the faces behind the stage makeup, and fans all over the world got their first look at the band. Now, in KISS: BEHIND THE MASK, the band's legion of fans and music enthusiasts alike will get to know the men behind the stage personas. After 30 years as a band, KISS are more than just a rock 'n' roll institution-they are legends. For decades, they have consistently remained among the most successful acts in the history of popular music. KISS' legendary stagemanship and extreme theatrics are well known by two generations of rock fans, and they are already pulling in the next one. Now, through their own words and exclusive material contributed by some of the biggest rock stars in the industry, KISS: BEHIND THE MASK will tell the band's full story.

Behind the Mask

Behind the Mask is the most comprehensive investigation available of the rise of the IRA and its political wing, Sinn Fein.

Author: Peter Taylor

Publisher: TV Books Incorporated

ISBN:

Category: Political Science

Page: 460

View: 334

Behind the Mask is the most comprehensive investigation available of the rise of the IRA and its political wing, Sinn Fein. Author Peter Taylor has achieved unprecedented access to IRA members and documents, Irish and British soldiers, politicians, and eyewitnesses to The Troubles. From the Easter rising in 1916 to the ceasefire in effect today, the history and politics of the conflict are laid out here with deadly clarity.

Heart Behind The Mask

When you are a hero, you risk your life and you are in the spotlight.

Author: N. "Karmakat" Franzetti

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1329047559

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

View: 715

When you are a hero, you risk your life and you are in the spotlight. For Joe, aka Tempest, a life in the spotlight isn't exactly what he'd signed up for when he'd wanted to save people. Keeping your job, being a hero and not scaring your beloved to death is already hard enough. Throw being gay into the mix and things get even more difficult. A mysterious group launches repeated attacks against our hero and his teammates, the Elementals. This group is simply known as "Them." Who could they be working for? Can Joe manage to rescue innocents, protect his cherished love, and stay alive all at the same time?

Behind the Mask

Caught in a web of deceit; in a resentful, angry, emotionally and physically abusive relationship, she tears away the mask behind which hides a love without compassion.

Author: Juliet M. Sampson

Publisher: Brolga Pub

ISBN: 9781921596582

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 174

View: 220

A young girl dreams of finding her Prince Charming and falls head over heels in love, only to discover early on that she has been completely deceived. Caught in a web of deceit; in a resentful, angry, emotionally and physically abusive relationship, she tears away the mask behind which hides a love without compassion. Only a few years earlier she had graduated from university and was blissfully happy and enjoying life. Love she thought would just add to her blessings. Now she finds herself stranded on an island in Thailand with no passport or return ticket to Australia and fearing for her safety and life. If only he would change back to the Prince Charming she had first met. Still dreaming about a love without hurt, she suddenly finds herself sinking in deep waters, struggling to keep afloat her self-esteem. Not knowing how to escape, she is determined to control resentment and focus on shaming the behavior that let her down.

The Face Behind the Mask

A series of rapes, committed by imposters using a similar modus operandi, has New Yorkers afraid and NYPD Chief Vadney on the warpath, while Detective "Little John" Rawlings and his partner Brendan sort out the clues

Author: John Minahan

Publisher: Signet Book

ISBN: 9780451146168

Category: Fiction

Page: 256

View: 893

A series of rapes, committed by imposters using a similar modus operandi, has New Yorkers afraid and NYPD Chief Vadney on the warpath, while Detective "Little John" Rawlings and his partner Brendan sort out the clues

Behind the Mask

Author: John Lynch

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780986364884

Category:

Page:

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Behind the Mask

Describes the opulent but cruel childhood of Queen Elizabeth I, and details her triumphant reign

Author: Jane Resh Thomas

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 9780395691205

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 196

View: 503

Describes the opulent but cruel childhood of Queen Elizabeth I, and details her triumphant reign

Behind the Mask of Facebook

Reading Behind the Mask of Facebook: A Whistleblower’s Shocking Story of Big Tech Bias and Censorship​ is the first step to learning how to confront and defeat this tyranny.

Author: Ryan Hartwig

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1510767959

Category: Political Science

Page: 264

View: 216

Ryan Hartwig may be one of the most important figures in American history. Hired by Cognizant as a content moderator for Facebook, Ryan Hartwig began by keeping gruesome images of cartel violence in Mexico off the platform. This seemed like a righteous mission and yet, as time went by, it became clear the Facebook bosses saw an even bigger threat, Americans of a different political viewpoint. Ryan watched in horror as Facebook made a monumental shift after the 2016 elections, hiring thousands of US-based content moderators with one mission, to favor leftist viewpoints while suppressing the speech of conservatives. Ryan describes more than forty examples of such behavior, and it will radically rewrite your understanding of the past four years as you learn how the news regarding prominent individuals like Greta Thunberg, Alyssa Milano, and Don Lemon was censored to remove legitimate criticism of them. Viral videos of Trump supporters being attacked were removed from the platform, and moderators were told to look for signs of hate speech in Trumps' State of the Union addresses, while at the same time allowing vicious attacks against police, pro-lifers, and straight white males. As America's de-facto town square, Facebook was systematically suppressing free speech, which has traditionally been our country's greatest weapon to combat extremism from either side. Ryan knew he had to take action, and contacted Project Veritas, eventually filming many of these actions with a hidden camera for the world to see. We need to stand up against tech tyranny and corporations that attempt to control our conversations, our news, and our political narratives. Reading Behind the Mask of Facebook: A Whistleblower’s Shocking Story of Big Tech Bias and Censorship​ is the first step to learning how to confront and defeat this tyranny.

Behind the Mask

Theatrical masks from the fourth century BCE discovered on the island of Lipari now also provide important material with which this book examines how the plays were originally performed.

Author: Angela M. Heap

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1472528093

Category: History

Page: 216

View: 539

This new study of Menander casts fresh light not only on the techniques of the playwright but also on the literary and historical contexts of the plays. Menander (342/1-292/1 BCE) wrote over a hundred popular comedies, several of which were adapted by Plautus and Terence. Through them, he was a major influence on Shakespeare and Molière. However, his work survived only in excerpts and quotation until some significant texts reappeared in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries on papyrus. The mystery of their loss and rediscovery has raised key questions surrounding the transmission of these and other Greek texts. Theatrical masks from the fourth century BCE discovered on the island of Lipari now also provide important material with which this book examines how the plays were originally performed. A detailed investigation of their historical setting is offered which engages with recent debates on the importance of social status and citizenship in Menander's plays. The techniques of characterization are also examined, with particular focus on women, slaves and power relationships in his Epitrepontes. It appears that the audience was invited, sometimes subversively, behind the mask of this sophisticated comedy to discover that people do not always conform to literary expectations and social norms.

Behind the Mask

This is the story of a boy from a small Irish village who became an adventurer, a humanitarian and a doctor to the stars.

Author: Patrick Treacy

Publisher: Liberties Press

ISBN: 1910742287

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 354

View: 879

This is the story of a boy from a small Irish village who became an adventurer, a humanitarian and a doctor to the stars. Part travelogue, part thriller, part celebrity tell-all, you’ve never read anything quite like it. Patrick Treacy grew up in rural Northern Ireland during the Troubles. Determined to become a doctor, he raised the money for medical school by smuggling cars from Germany to Turkey. Working in a hospital in Dublin in 1987, a needle he had used to draw blood from a patient with HIV jabbed him in the leg. He took blood test after blood test, wondering whether he was going to die. Overwhelmed, he moved to New Zealand, away from everyone who knew what he was going through: his girlfriend, his friends and his colleagues. Thus he began a peripatetic existence, working as a doctor around the world. In Saddam Hussein’s Baghdad, Treacy was arrested and imprisoned, spending days wondering whether he was going to be hanged as a spy. In Australia, he worked for the Royal Flying Doctor Service. On returning to Dublin, Treacy set up the Ailesbury Clinic, where he worked on the cutting-edge of the new field of cosmetic dermatology, championing treatments including the use of Botox. This brought stars to his doorstep, including the King of Pop himself, Michael Jackson. Central to this memoir is Treacy’s personal journey: his efforts to escape the Troubles, cope with the fear that he might have contracted HIV (until he found out that he had not), get over his lost love and defend Michael Jackson’s legacy.

Behind the Mask

Follows the SARS trail from rural China as it spread to various places in the world and explores the work of the many infectious disease specialists from health organizations around the world who painstakingly traced the disease to its ...

Author: Tim Brookes

Publisher: American Public Health Association

ISBN: 9780875530468

Category: Medical

Page: 262

View: 436

Follows the SARS trail from rural China as it spread to various places in the world and explores the work of the many infectious disease specialists from health organizations around the world who painstakingly traced the disease to its origins and simultaneously worked on treatments.

Gandhi

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Author: G. B. Singh

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 355

View: 909

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Behind the Mask

Meg has had enough. No longer does she want to be Megan Stark the model. She wants to be plain old Meg the girl she kept hidden behind the glittery mask.

Author: Liana Burke

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781492710608

Category:

Page: 250

View: 849

Meg has had enough. No longer does she want to be Megan Stark the model. She wants to be plain old Meg the girl she kept hidden behind the glittery mask. The wedding of one of her best friends brings home to her just how empty her life is, she realises she needs a completely new direction. The man she's loved for longer than she cared to remember sees her as just a friend and not even a particularly close friend. Meg decides it's time to bite the bullet and show him that beneath the shiny surface she is the perfect woman for him.