2 edition of Strikebound found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||HE5867.5.C66 C35 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||192 p. :|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||94194919|
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Strikebound () Synopsis. Strikebound is based on real events in Gippsland, Victoria in , where Wattie Doig (Chris Haywood) is employed at the Sunbeam coal mine and his wife, Agnes (Carol Burns), is a member of the Salvation Army. Angered by poor pay and dangerous conditions, the miners present demands to company manager Birch (David Kendall). Get this from a library! Wool-gathering, or, How I ended analysis. [Daniel Gunn] -- "Wool-Gathering or How I Ended Analysis is a personal and humorous account of the last month of a psychoanalysis, principally Lacanian in orientation, taking place in a frenetic and strikebound.
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Strikebound: A senior steward recalls the history, scams, and rip-offs on the Cook Strait ferries Unknown Binding – January 1, by Ted Caldwell (Author)Author: Ted Caldwell. The Strike Back novels Strikebound book prequels to the novel Strike Back and occur before the events in that novel.
Deathlist (Strike Back #1), Shadow Kill (Strike Author: Chris Ryan. Strikebound is the dramatised story of a coal-miners' strike in s Australia, in the small south Gippsland town of Korumburra. The story is told through the struggles of Agnes and Wattie Doig, two Scottish immigrants, who were real by: Declan Strikebound book.
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Define strikebound. strikebound synonyms, strikebound pronunciation, strikebound translation, English dictionary definition of strikebound. adj. Closed, immobilized, or slowed down by a strike: a strikebound airline.
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Strikebound. 55 likes. Strikebound is a Australian film directed by Richard Lowenstein and based on the oral histories of Wattie & Agnes Doig collected by Wendy Lowenstein. strikebound - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums. All Free. Ex-steward Ted Caldwell’s memoir Strikebound documents demarcation disputes, bar scams, peep shows in the crew's quarters, laziness and graft.
Gerry Evans, a former Seafarers' Union official, recalled that one Arahanga crew was so bad at broaching rail freight that the crew members were known as ‘the Great Train Robbers’. The dramatised story of a coal-miners' strike in s Australia, in the small south Gippsland town of Korumburra.
The story is told through the struggles of Agnes and Wattie Doig, two Scottish immigrants, who were real people. Plot Summary | Add Synopsis. strikebound adj adjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house." (affected by a strike) paralizado por una huelga loc adj locución adjetiva: Unidad léxica estable formada de dos o más palabras que funciona como adjetivo ("de fácil manejo", "a contraluz", "de fiar").
Strikebound is based on real events in Gippsland, Victoria inwhere Wattie Doig (Chris Haywood) is employed at the Sunbeam coal mine and his wife, Agnes (Carol Burns), is a member of the Salvation Army. Strikebound definition is - subjected to a strike. Time Traveler for strikebound.
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Learn about Author Central. Andrew Newbound (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $Reviews: 2. Government seizure of the nation’s strikebound steel mills on 8 April stands as one of President Harry S Truman’s most controversial actions, representing an unprecedented use of presidential power.
and reissued here in paperback with a new foreword by Louis Fisher, this book remains the definitive account of the Steel Seizure. Strikebound definition, closed by a strike: a strikebound factory. See more.
''Strikebound'' is an earnest, worthy Australian film that reconstructs the true story of a coal miners' strike in the small town of Korumburra in the mid's. Get this from a library!
Strikebound. [Richard Lowenstein; Miranda Bain; Timothy White; Chris Haywood; Carol Burns; Wendy Lowenstein; Pacific Marketing & Entertainment Group (Firm);] -- A dramatic reconstruction of events that occurred in the Gippsland coalfields during the 's, which influenced the growth of the trade union movement.
The fight for better working .A book, 'Dead men don't dig coal', based on South Gippsland coal miners, was commenced after interviews from Weevils in the flour were used by her filmmaker son, Richard, in in the making of Strikebound, a film about the miners' strike at Korumburra.
The book was never completed despite being listed in the film credits.Definition of strike-bound adjective in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation, picture, example sentences, grammar, usage notes, synonyms and more.