Moon Child


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Moon Child

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moonchild

n
1. (Astrology) astrology someone who is born under the Cancer astrological sign
2. a person lacking skin pigmentation; albino
3. informal a hippie
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When it comes to photography, one of my favourite may have been 'Moon child'.
From swan dress to moon child, Bjork has been sonically exploring the science of the natural world in her Biophilia tour.
A NEW Branning baby and a new Moon child both arrive in Walford tonight.
Author and illustrator Emma, who was taught by Quentin Blake, said: "It's all about a small moon child who finds it's boring on the Moon because everything is white.
Simultaneous with his more material scientific pursuits, he also tried with painstaking ritual--but apparently failed--to create a "Moon Child," a magic being conjured via mystic ritual who would usher in a new age of unfettered liberty and signal the end of the Christian era and its outmoded morality.
So, as a gesture of international goodwill a thanks, Spiro in Famagusta; thanks, Moon Child in Santa Barbara; thanks, Heinrich in Osnabruck.
thanks, Spiro in Famagusta; thanks Moon Child in Santa Barbara; thanks Heinrich in Osnabrueck.
A half-chaotic, half-entertaining mixture of dystopian romance, gunplay and vampirism, "Moon Child" is a futuristic fantasy-on-a-budget that, like most of Japanese helmer Takahisa Zeze's pies, would benefit from a further 30 minutes left on the cuffing-room floor.
Although on the surface he'll be seen as a shy reticent child, under the surface of this Taurus sun Sagittarius moon child, beats the heart of a natural actor, mimic and entertainer - a family trait which he inherits from his maternal grandfather, Tony Booth perhaps.
The short prose published here is from his first book of stories, Meness berns (Moon Child).
In the context of Latvian belles lettres, the novel exhibits unconventional and bizarre qualities; however, in light of Einfelds's first book, a compilation of extremely short prose pieces under the common title Meness berns (A Moon Child), published a year earlier, the novel seems tame and domesticated, as does its main character Roza Ciedritis (the name is freely translatable as "Little Pink Cedar").