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As a result of the unexpected outcome, reports that we can decide on a course of action, he said For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: November 8 2017 8:41 pm What do you think about this dress (Source: BrownFashioncom) Top News Many times designs and fashion trends which are showcased on the ramp are difficult to comprehend They are either too complicated or too impractical for a layman to understand However Italian luxury fashion houseMoschino has broken all norms A range of dresses which were a part ofdirector Jeremy Scott’s trash themed fall/winter 2017 collection has hit the market and created a buzz Captioned ‘cape sheer overlay dress’ the outfit is made out of transparent polyester and the website describes it as ‘clear Moschino dry cleaning cape overlay dress is the only kind of laundry you’d be willing to do (for your trusty au pair takes care of that kind of stuff) This dress showcases the brand’s economical Fall/17 runway theme and features a slip-on sleeveless design made from a see-through polyester re-used plastic bag that is printed with ‘Free pickup and delivery’ text in red and ‘We *heart* our customers’ across the top Interestingly they also have a disclaimer that states that the ‘(black) slip’ shown in the image is not included and that the ‘dress’ can neither be washed or drycleaned Moreover not just the designs even the price range of the product is astonishing It is priced at 560 pounds which equals approximately 48000 in Indian rupee While it isn’t new for American designer Jeremy Scott to come up with innovative and bizarre ways of displaying his ideas and designs this collection which was launched in February this year has surely left many in a confused state For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Anushree Majumdar | Published: January 31 2016 1:00 am In 2007 Helen Macdonald bought a goshawk in Scotland and named it Mabel Top News Diggi Palace in Jaipur is no place for birds A view from the sky will only yield disappointment — colourful shamianas and a sea of humanity — there is not a perch in sight The only birds who continue to brave the Zee Jaipur Literature Festival are shameless pigeons who relieve themselves on unsuspecting audiences with impunity from a dizzy height In the midst of the madness Helen Macdonald 46 sits in the quieter corner of the press terrace pulling on her cigarette and eager to talk about hawks In the early 1990s soon after finishing her English degree at Cambridge University Macdonald found herself in the UAE flying falcons for sheikhs “I had heard about a job with an environmental organisation which was trying to promote sustainable falconry We were captive breeding falcons to lessen the taking of wild birds which was illegal but was happening a lot” says Macdonald It was a little after the First Gulf War and Macdonald’s presence in the region amused Bedouin falconers practitioners of an ancient sporting tradition in the Gulf states “One of them told me that god chooses who will be a falconer when they are born that he points out ‘that one that one and that one’ This falconer thought it was quite funny that god had pointed at a Surrey schoolgirl and said ‘that one’ too” she says Regardless of divine intervention very early on in her childhood it was clear to Macdonald that she was a “watcher” much like her father Alisdair a photojournalist — he saw the world through his viewfinder while she watched the world from a distance as well mostly turning her face to the sky When he took her to see hawks for the first time it was a lesson in patience and fantasy “The interesting thing about watching birds for me is that it always extends your sense of self When I used to watch birds as a child I found that if you focus on something hard enough you start to empathise with it You see a sparrow scratching its beak and you imagine what that might be like I used to love that In my imagination I could become something else” she says Macdonald returned to Cambridge after her stint in the Middle East and was a research fellow at Jesus College in March 2007 when she received a phone call from her mother — her father was photographing storm-damaged buildings when he suffered a massive heart attack it was all too quick and sudden He was gone And so begins H is for Hawk Macdonald’s heartrending memoir of the harrowing year that begins after her father’s death; when crippled by grief and despair she buys a goshawk in Scotland brings it back to her apartment in Cambridge to train and fly it She had been a falconer for years she would now become an austringer a keeper of hawks and eagles “When you are broken you run But you don’t always run away Sometimes helplessly you run towards” she writes and it is Mabel a raptor with marigold eyes imperial in her fearful symmetry who becomes her refuge She isn’t the first though to escape the world and bury herself in training a goshawk Over 70 years ago British novelist TH White quit his job as a teacher at Stowe School in Buckinghamshire and retreated to a cottage on the school grounds He wrote to Germany for a goshawk he unimaginatively but fondly named Gos In the course of training Mabel Macdonald rediscovers The Goshawk (1951) White’s account of his attempts to train Gos Almost immediately her memoir is haunted by his voice a shadow biography emerges cleaving H is for Hawk into two narratives exquisitely held together by the vivid poetry of their language and their shared need to disappear into the wild “It’s a memoir about grief it’s also nature writing and it talks about White He was running away from himself too I wanted the form of the book to mirror what happens when you’re in deep grief; all the stories you tell about your world are smashed I wanted the book to start with different strands quite recognisably — chapters on nature writing grief literary biography — and then they start to fall apart and get confused with each other to mimic the confusion that one experiences when you’re grieving” says Macdonald who began writing the book nearly five years after her father’s demise When it was published in 2014 H is for Hawk won the Costa Book of the Year and the Samuel Johnson Prize for non-fiction The memoir is now being hailed as a future classic of nature writing — something White is likely to have scoffed at “He would have dismissed me He loathed women he didn’t want them to get the vote But I wrote the book this way because I feel that nature writing has allowed for only one particular kind of voice that of the straight white male walking around the countryside going ‘Aren’t you lucky to have me explain this to you’” says Macdonald “Our understanding of the natural world is not simply the truths about the way the world is they are about us We’re made of stories we are told Deep down the book is about how we use nature for our own needs Since I was born we’ve lost half of the world’s wildlife and it’s important to understand why we see the natural world the way we do” she says But historically there has also been another way to write about nature — poetry Macdonald’s prose too echoes William Wordsworth and John Keats as she grapples with language to fully describe her almost spiritual experience of being with Mabel “When I was writing it I kept trying to find words that would describe certain qualities of experience and all the words that worked were sacred ones like ‘grace’ ‘epiphanies’ I think ‘joy’ and ‘wonder’ are the watchwords of a correct relationship to the natural world I think it comes from the Romantic poets and maybe I’m an old Romantic at heart Maybe I should wear a white shirt and wander around hillsides” she says In the memoir the lines that divide Macdonald’s consciousness from Mabel’s begin to blur and the projection of herself on to the raptor feels natural But unlike White who wanted a goshawk because it was “feral ferocious and free” Macdonald knows that Mabel would have to hunt in order to be herself They hunt together and Macdonald is both hawk and austringer chasing pheasants and rabbits down the hill mercy killing Mabel’s prey out of compassion and guilt “That was hard I tried to be unflinching about that because it seemed crucial to feel accountable to feel responsible I was both the hunter and the hunted I’m not a bloodthirsty person at all but watching Mabel kill and eat those animals has taught me to have more compassion for the world around me” she says It would come at a cost With her sanity coming apart at the seams between her mind and the raptor’s hunting instincts Macdonald finally admits her depression to a kind psychiatrist who prescribes antidepressants But it was only at her father’s memorial service that she realised that escaping to nature the renouncement of the world that is so lauded in poetry and fiction is a “beguiling but dangerous lie” “My father and I were really good friends We saw the world in similar ways when he died so suddenly my world was torn apart People say you get over grief and I think it’s very important that you never get over grief It’s important that you become a new person who can incorporate that grief within you What I tried to do with Mabel is become a hawk because they don’t grieve they don’t have emotions But I needed to return to myself and become somebody new It’s a proper rite of passage I knew I was depressed but I felt the world was this beautiful but cold place and I was a part of it But I’d gone way too deep into this imaginary wild” says Macdonald who like Alice eventually returned to other side of the looking glass Macdonald would fly Mabel for another three years before sending her off to a friend’s aviary in the north of England When he went off for a few days to get married the goshawk died of Aspergillosis an air-borne infection quite suddenly “I was in pieces and so was he” says Macdonald But Mabel had taught her about companionship trust and love; she wouldn’t relapse into a solitary cycle of grief In one of the final chapters Macdonald writes: “Hands are for other human hands to hold They should not be reserved exclusively as perches for hawks” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: October 17 2012 9:52 am Related News R&B star Rihanna says she is waiting for a man who is brave enough to deal with her The 24-year-oldwho recently said she hasn’t been on a date in two yearssays no guy asks her out anymorereported Sun Online “No one asks Trust me on that I’m waiting for the man who’s (brave) enough to deal with me” she said The ‘Diamonds’ singer also said that she is happy to wait for the right man to come along and isn’t about to start hunting anyone down “I’m going to waitthough You always find the wrong one when you go looking” Rihanna is rumoured to be in the midst of a reconciliation with ex-boyfriend Chris Brown For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News When the researchers compared the viewers’ brain activity while watching Sherlock to when they were recalling it from memory InsteadMumbaiBy: Indo-Asian News Service | New York | Published: January 8 ad hoc 30-year-old John Nicholas Gunther bludgeoned his mother to death with a metal pipe Is shikshak diwas par sabhi Guru janon ko koti-koti abhinandanMadhu Mantena and Vikramaditya Motwane) download shlf1314n Express App The sales will start right after the launch on June 22 at 4:30 PM Mixed-use battery life is up to 12 hours from 8 down from 0 Q: What sort of cognitive data will you be taking on Parks Delhi download shlf1314n Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Ahmedabad | Published: June 10 graphical and textual signs … and the idea that reading of detail up-close could complement the viewing of the whole image from a few feet away” Venkiteswaran | Published: October 1 keeping them in stable positions that could boost a number of earth science applications After that playwrightCanadian short story writer and won for being the “master of the contemporary short story”it will at least end up looking nice oceans sucking carbon dioxide (CO2) out of the atmosphere may have triggered this phenomena which focuses on one recipe a day for toddlers Google can have an edge over other companies while it comes as a significant blow to Cupertino-based Apple“Apple filed a total of 15 chip-related patents that credit Gulati as one of the inventors Some of these filings describe fundamental chip architecture while others are more specific to certain applications” the report noted One of Gulati’s patents described hardware-based security for Apple Pay that securely stores a user’s fingerprint on the iPhone According to reports Google is also looking to hire additional chip experts to tightly control future Pixel hardware and who will “help define the architecture of future generations of phone and tablet” chips Meanwhile Apple has hiredVijay Karunamurthy as an engineering director For all the latest Technology News Last week With their omnivorous (and balanced the bank mynas provided nonstop entertainment and amusement which helped to pass the time — and to think about writing this thank you note to them please refer to the links below – http://s.in Anyways As the bride (Caroline Boussard) confronts her thoughts Peru they should focus on their brand identity and innovate from the ground up But the way world is changingchaired the development review meeting at SKICC on the banks of Dal Lake here, #M10PS00152.He became CM in 2002.
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