Single-Handed – The Drowning Man

Nicholas Kahn and Richard Selesnick are a collaborative artist team who have been working together since they met while attending art school at Washington University in St. Louis in the early s. Both were born in , in New York City and London respectively. They work primarily in the fields of photography and installation art, specializing in fictitious histories set in the past or future. These may include: documentary-style panoramic and square photographs that combine absurdist fantasy and bogus anthropology; elaborately crafted artifact, costumes and sculpture, often constructed of unlikely materials such as bread or fur, painting and drawings ranging from large scale works on plaster to pages of conceptual doodling. Their current work features the recreation of the Truppe Fledermaus’s Memory Theatre of with its full complement of Batfolk, Greenmen, Rope-Slingers, and Death-Dancers in all their Carnivalesque glory. In this body of work, the artists also examine the notion of the carnivalesque — traditionally the carnival was a time when the normal order of society was upended and reversed, so that at least for a day the fool might become king, the sinner a priest, men and women might cross dress, and sacred ceremonies and normal mores are burlesqued and spoofed. During such brief times of anarchy, societal pressures were relieved by revealing their somewhat absurd and arbitrary natures.

The Drowning Man: Part 1

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Single-Handed 3: The Drowning Man. Drama TV Series. YEAR: DIRECTOR: Anthony Byrne. WRITER: Barry Simner. PRODUCTION COMPANY: Element.

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When Garda Sergeant Jack Driscoll Owen McDonnell receives a midnight call to investigate activity on an isolated beach in the West of Ireland, he unwittingly stumbles into the middle of a Dublin run undercover operation. When Daniel O Malley, the son of a local trawlerman, dies in his arms that night, Jack’s search for answers meets unexpected resistance from the Dublin detectives as they seek to bring down a bigger national prize.

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Owen McDonnell and Barry Simner on Single-Handed: interview

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The series is partially inspired by garda corruption in County -​Handed featuring Owen McDonnell and David Herlihy has one or more episodes​.

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A hero copper whose rescue of a drowning man was caught on his police-issue body-worn camera has been honoured for his bravery by The Hoff. I understand they call you The Hoff. Take care and keep up the good work. Pc Nadeem, 32, leapt 8ft down into the icy and fast-flowing waters of the River Irwell after a man he was trying to help fell in, close to Hardys Gate Bridge in Bury in February.

was now for the first time acting single – handed A smile of unspeakable As the drowning man clings to a straw, so Valpi Mat was to have a second trial.

His work transformed the literary sensibility of his countrymen, reshaped the language of their poetry and prose, opened their eyes to the beauty of their land and its natural features, and accelerated their determination to achieve political independence. But although he is indisputably a “national poet” — and a fine one — there is nothing parochial about his work. His greatest poems rise far above local concerns and limitations. Partly this is because he is so quintessentially Icelandic and because he created, almost single-handed, a new poetic language for his nation.

But it is only half the story. Out of this flatness rise three considerable summits, very different from one another. Far in the distance, beyond these three summits and another stretch of desert , lie the rich poetic pastures of the Middle Ages, the landscape of eddic and skaldic poetry , which was often visited and plundered by later writers with varying degrees of success. How he changed it can best be suggested, perhaps, by altering the image and giving a brief list of the many tributary currents that flow into his own poetry, mingling together to create a wide and deep stream that has flowed through — and nourished — the landscape of Icelandic literature ever since.

He grew up on farm in the north of Iceland, steeped in the rich oral traditions of Icelandic folklore, poetry production, and saga reading. Throughout life he widened and deepened his familiarity with his country’s high-prestige medieval literature the sagas, eddic and skaldic poetry , literature which runs a gamut from tight-lipped restraint of utterance to the most abandoned emotional frenzy and thus supplies a wide variety of rhetorical models.

Ultimately he found in the poetry of Heinrich Heine a model that met his own deep need for high-powered direct emotional utterance seasoned with complex irony. In constructing his own verse he made use of many intricate and demanding forms, but almost never — either in theory or practice — allowed form to seize the reins from content.

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He is regarded by many, among them his presumed killer , as the greatest knight who ever lived. As the wielder of the sword Dawn , which had been forged from the metal of a fallen star, he bore the title of “the Sword of the Morning “. He was sent to deal with the Kingswood Brotherhood and subsequently killed the Smiling Knight in a duel. During the battle to suppress the outlaws, he also knighted Jaime Lannister for his bravery. Arthur was an accomplished swordsman and fought against Prince Rhaegar Targaryen in many tournaments , including during the Great Tourney at Harrenhal.

In , 5 teens mocked a drowning man and filmed his dying moments. was raised in a house with five of his siblings by his single mother, Gloria. the bills in the little house that was handed down from his grandmother.

The list covers everything from epic voyages, tales of survival, investigative biographies and sailing manuals — with a few coffee table reference books thrown in. If you have any suggestions that you feel deserve a place on this list of best sailing books, please add them in the comments below. Some 46, miles and three years later, he completed the first single-handed circumnavigation of the globe in his 34ft sloop, the Spray. A Voyage For Madmen by Peter Nichols In , nine sailors set off on the most daring race ever: to single-handedly circumnavigate the globe non-stop.

It was a feat that had never been accomplished and one that would forever change the face of sailing. Ten months later, only one of the nine men would cross the finish line. Donald Crowhurst was a contestant in the above round the world race. Hopelessly out of depth, he attempted to pull off one of the greatest hoaxes of our time. His story of the passage has become a classic.

Charlene McKenna in “Single Handed” Part I