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Children and young carers, those caring for the elderly unsettling and reversing the affect flow of the lullaby. Those engaged in the restitution of mental illness, care workers, aid givers, and sanctuary and shelter workers. It is the mechanical sound of the margins, beyond the home, work conditions and fixed labour roles. This is a lullaby of movement — the struggle for comfort, the comfort of the struggle. This paradoxical slumber is an other to work. This lullaby acknowledges the violence and pain of this condition as it sings its radical potential.
Holly Pester is a poet working in experimental forms, sound and performance, and an academic at the University of Essex in Poetry and Performance. This chapter is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4. Monographs, or book chapters, which are outputs of Wellcome Trust funding have been made freely available as part of the Wellcome Trust's open access policy. Turn recording back on. National Center for Biotechnology Information , U. Basingstoke UK : Palgrave Macmillan ; Search term. Author Information Authors Holly Pester.
Corresponding author. My mother could not give me a boy as good as you. How long have we been not at work, in rest space? Small life rooms, small life rooms, small life rooms. Tonight you might feel your feet multiply. Rainbows and horses, these are my causes, little bear. Friends the alternative to family, the alternative economy. Animals humans for animals, animals for humans, animals for animals.
Lullaby - Wikipedia
Lovers the sexual, affective, emotional labour of being a lover. Political allies solidarity and community, struggle. Migrant domestic workers those whose care work is dependent on their disenfranchisement. Rating details. Sort order. Jan 08, N rated it really liked it Shelves: children-s-lit , series.
I love the Everyman's Library series. It has an interesting combination of very old texts, familiar classics, newer items, and items from cultures around the globe. I like what I discover when I read these and I love how beautiful their covers and bindings are.
I will continue to collect and read this series. Nov 16, Anna Keating rated it it was amazing Shelves: great-children-s-books. I use this book all the time with my kids. If you ever run out of lullabies or nursery rhymes or stories, it's such a beautiful and useful collection to own.
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I especially appreciate all the traditional songs. Apr 01, Annie rated it really liked it Shelves: childrens-middle-grade , poetry. This was a lovely little book that would make the perfect gift for parents or children. It has some great poetry in it as well as lullabies, and was just such an adorable product.
Would highly recommend if it sounds interesting to you. Nov 24, Emily Powers rated it really liked it Shelves: poetry. This book of lullabies and poems would work magic in a Pre-K class! It is necessary to observe that the person who speaks is the one who has been carried off by the fairies, and set with others who had undergone the same fate to nurse the stolen babies. If not delivered, within a year and a day, she was to be made queen of the fairy fort, and would henceforth be lost to mortal ken. She perceives a woman washing on the brink of a stream, and informs her of these facts, and of the manner in which she may be liberated, whilst still hushing the baby to sleep.
There is much pathos in her allusion to the fact that she is nursing a strange babe, whilst her own remains without a mother's care. Fairy Lullaby Lullaby O woman, washing beside the river, Hush-a-by baby, babe not mine, My woeful wail, do you pity never? Hush-a-by baby, babe not mine, A year ago I was snatched for ever, Hush-a-by baby, babe not mine, From my home to the hill where hawthorns quiver, Hush-a-by baby, babe not mine, Shoheen sho, ulolo, Shoheen sho, strange baby O!
Shoheen sho, ulolo, You're not my own sweet baby O! Shoheen sho, ulolo, Shoheen sho, strange baby O! How many are there of fairest faces, Hush-a-by baby, babe not mine, Bright-eyed boys with manly graces, Hush-a-by baby, babe not mine.
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Gold-haired girls with curling tresses, Hush-a-by baby, babe not mine, And mothers who nurse - with sad caresses, Hush-a-by baby, babe not mine, Shoheen sho, ulolo, Shoheen sho, strange baby O! O, tell my husband to come to-morrow, Hush-a-by baby, babe not mine, A waxen taper he first shall borrow, Hush-a-by baby, babe not mine, And black knife bring to cross my sorrow, Hush-a-by baby, babe not mine, And stab the flank of the first steed thorough, Hush-a-by baby, babe not mine, Shoheen sho, ulolo, Shoheen sho, strange baby O!
Say, pluck the herb where hawthorns quiver, Hush-a-by baby, babe not mine, And wish a wish that God may deliver, Hush-a-by baby, babe not mine, If he come not now - he need come never, Hush-a-by baby, babe not mine, For I shall be Queen of these Fairies for ever, Hush-a-by baby, babe not mine. This line differs in different Irish copies, so that, in place of 'Hush-a-by baby, babe not mine,' the reader might say simply: 'Shoheen sho, strange baby O!
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Over 50 lullabies and recordings from all over the world. Each Lullaby includes the full text in the original language, with an English translation. Sigerson, who has preserved the rhythm of the original, in a faithful translation. Our books feature songs in the original languages, with translations into English. Many include beautiful illustrations, commentary by ordinary people, and links to recordings, videos, and sheet music.
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