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Paul Vivian

the destruction of the inanimate as a means to save the living. The exhibition itself provided numerous examples of these actions whether motivated by political or religious intention. The disassembling of an icon or image exemplified transcend a simple act of vandalism; in some cases, particularly

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Shirley du Plooy

environment. Reader argues that pilgrimage has always existed in parallel to market forces and living daily life. 13 In so doing, even in a Disneyesque environment phenomenal and extraordinary journeys are possible. 14 Acknowledging this, the next couple of paragraphs involve the moot exercise of treating

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shaping of global life. Akhlaq has articulated principles from the Quranic verses that encourage Muslims to make positive contributions, alongside non-Muslims, to build a better community for all. For example, in the case of immigration, the Quran highlights how mixing with other peoples enriches the

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shaping of global life. Akhlaq has articulated principles from the Quranic verses that encourage Muslims to make positive contributions, alongside non-Muslims, to build a better community for all. For example, in the case of immigration, the Quran highlights how mixing with other peoples enriches the

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in which everyone has the right not to be killed and the responsibility not to kill others.” The Center for Global Nonkilling has a unique mission: to promote change toward the measurable goal of a killing-free world in reverence for life. Address: 3653 Tantalus Drive, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96822

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in which everyone has the right not to be killed and the responsibility not to kill others.” The Center for Global Nonkilling has a unique mission: to promote change toward the measurable goal of a killing-free world in reverence for life. Address: 3653 Tantalus Drive, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96822

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. McMaster offers a Master’s degree in the Science of Globalization, which is conducted at the Institute of Globalization and Humankind Living Conditions. Address: 1280 Main Street West, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, L8S4L8 Phone: 905 525 9140 E-mail: lobalhc@mcmaster.ca Website: < www.mcmaster.ca > Queen

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. McMaster offers a Master’s degree in the Science of Globalization, which is conducted at the Institute of Globalization and Humankind Living Conditions. Address: 1280 Main Street West, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, L8S4L8 Phone: 905 525 9140 E-mail: lobalhc@mcmaster.ca Website: < www.mcmaster.ca > Queen

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Karla Armbruster

the narrator tells us “is, usually, impassable—not even imaginable” (p. 15). That border is, of course, the boundary between the world of humans and the world of the dogs. Hornung brings the latter to life masterfully, using a third-person narrator who gives us Romochka’s point of view as he

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Karla Armbruster

behavior but ultimately proves his worth by saving a human’s life. Th e human who is saved by the dog (usually a man or boy) learns something about life and about himself from the experience. Th e dog usually dies. However, a some- what different storyline in which a dog saves a human seems to be gaining