With this third architectural/typological monograph, Professor Simon Unwin has completed what is effectively a trilogy. The first two works were. , English, Book, Illustrated edition: Doorway / Simon Unwin. “Doorway is a profound but accessible and entertaining exploration of the ways our built. Booktopia has Doorway by Simon Unwin. Buy a discounted Paperback of Doorway online from Australia’s leading online bookstore.

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Hitting a Wall, Finding a Shape: An interview with Gary Hill. Both these works were essentially designed to reach as wide a readership as possible, with an emphasis on student readership but addressing a broad constituency of professional and lay simn.

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Indeed, they combine to represent together a long overdue tool to unwjn, in an ever more confusing world, the key elements of the art and science of architecture. What is most valuable and indeed remarkable about all three works is the fact that Unwin illustrates the three books with numerous concise and exact drawings of his own throughout.

This achievement renders unique the instrumental value of Unwin’s combination of text unwon drawn example, insofar as the direct relevance of each to the other is conveyed by a clear line and tone technique of essential accuracy, hence dooorway definitive role of the books themselves. In DoorwayUnwin combines carefully drawn and modulated plans and sections with site photographs, most of which are again his own.

Many of the latter are more than simply descriptive – they express the poetics of the subject, almost incidentally, as found or perceived phenomenological fragments. As Unwin says in his introduction, the book is about ‘the doorway, it is also about threshold transition, the in-between and the experience of passing through’. So, it is the experience of confrontation as a movement or rite of passage, and of arrival at the other side – these are vital human realisations, well explored at some length, as for example by the author VS Naipaul in his book The Enigma of Arrival Unwin is here exploring the essence of such transitions, as well as that of ‘exclusion’ created by entrance closure.

Here one thinks of the curious main entrance enclosure of the house designed by the Viennese philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein. His entrance formed an atavistic sort of sealed box, projecting some three feet or so from the plane of the rest of the simonn elevation.

It is as if on crossing the threshold one is incarcerated temporarily one hopes within this high-ceilinged ‘box’ before being released to mount a single flight of eleven steps into the main lobby. Unwin examines the role of lintels and arches, taking as an example the temple of Hagar Qim, Malta, an extreme case, more ancient than even the pyramids.

The dynamic experience perceived by Unwin at the cathedral of Cefalu in Sicily is reproduced first from his copious site notes, before being located in a drawing.

The tall regularity of this building and its axis serve wholly to counteract the confusing network of mediaeval streets surrounding it. Sigurd Lewerentz’s crematorium chapel in the woodlands in a suburb of Stockholm is equally explicit, with an axis through the pine trees, on a long and unwavering approach, a kind of Via Dolorosa.

Unwin captures the spiritual essence of such movement, where there is a separation of mourners from mourned orchestrated through doorways of a specific intent. Unwin’s particular chapter on ‘Threshold’ derived, as he explains, from the farming term simoj the foorway division of the threshing floor from its exterior circulation space reveals the ‘points of introduction and control where separated places meet’.

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Unwin succinctly illustrates the idea of ‘Transgression’ by reference to Beatrix Potter’s tale of how Peter Rabbit illicitly found a hidden entrance to the kitchen garden of Mr McGregor, its ferocious custodian. A further chapter on ‘The In-between’ conveys something of the intangible quality of this condition.

He quotes a passage from Jorge Luis Borges’ The Man on the Threshold from his The Aleph and Other Storieswhere the doorway becomes ‘a metaphor for a moment’ and the story, as it unfolds, itself hnwin the veritable threshold of that moment, its very embodiment in the act of passing through. Ximon, of course, dooway have a new role, as the locus where something deemed unpalatable by society, that is to say smoking, becomes a surreptitious group activity for escapee ‘puffers’.

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Erik Gunnar Asplund’s Woodland Chapel, also close to Stockholm, is described by Unwin at length in Analysing Architectureand now here in this new volume, as an ‘in-between space’ for saying goodbye, and where mourners can foregather together.

Here, Unwin’s simple axonometric drawing of these spaces perfectly conveys that essence. On ‘Entrance’, Unwin evokes this condition by drawing valuable passages from Juhani Pallasmaa’s a like-minded theorist Eyes of the Skinabout the olfactory memory of the door to his grandfather’s farmhouse in central Finland. Eimon Gaston Bachelard’s The Poetics of Spaceon opening a door; from Raymond Chandler’s The Big Sleepabout the experience of entering a lush domestic conservatory; and from Isabel Allende’s Eva Lunaon moving from a jungle into a nuns’ cloister, Unwin opens a reservoir of literary instances that potently enlivens and charges up the purely architectural concepts he succeeds in portraying.

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This tutorial teaches JSP by progressing from very simple examples to complex examples. Advanced learners may want to do a quick review of the introductory. JSP – This technology is used to create dynamic web application same like Servlet technology Before learning of this tutorial you must be knowledge of Servlet. This tutorial introduces the fundamentals of JavaServer Pages (JSP) technology version and provides an update to the original tutorial.

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Fundamentally, this means that a JSP document must be well formed, meaning that each start tag must have a corresponding end tag and that the document must have only one root element. Those elements that are not compliant are summarized in Table along with the equivalent elements in XML syntax. The standard syntax version is as follows:. As you can see, a number of constructs that are legal in standard syntax have been changed to comply with XML syntax:.

With only these few small changes, when you save the file with a. It explains how to use XML namespaces to declare tag libraries, include directives, and create static and dynamic content in your JSP documents. It also describes jsp: In standard syntax, the taglib directive declares tag libraries used in a JSP page. Here is an example of a taglib directive:. This syntax is not allowed in JSP documents. To declare a tag library in a JSP document, you use the xmlns attribute, which is used to declare namespaces according to the XML standard:.

The URN of the form urn: This capability has many advantages:. In this way, all elements within the books element have access to these tag libraries. In this way, the tag library referenced by the jsp prefix is available only to the jsp: Similarly, the tag library referenced by the c prefix is only available to the c: Scoping the namespaces also allows you to override the prefix.

For example, in another part of the page, you could bind the c prefix to a different namespace or tag library. In contrast, the jsp prefix must always be bound to the JSP namespace: The directives themselves do not appear in the XML output.

There are three directives: The taglib directive is covered in the preceding section. This element must be a child of the root element.

All the attributes are optional. Except for the import and pageEncoding attributes, there can be only one instance of each attribute in an element, but an element can contain more than one attribute. An example of a page directive is one that tells the JSP container to load an error page when it throws an exception.

You can add this error page directive to the books. If there is an error when you try to execute the page perhaps when you want to see the XML output of books.

You can place this element anywhere in a document. This is done to simplify validation. Suppose that you want to use an include directive to add a JSP document containing magazine data inside the JSP document containing the books data. To kspx this, you can add the following include directive to books. The output generated from books. The output of this example will not be well-formed XML because of the two root elements, so the client might refuse to process it.

However, it is still a legal JSP document. The container detects the page you are including and parses it as either a standard syntax JSP page or a JSP document and then places it into the XML view for validation. This section explains how to represent static text and dynamic content in a JSP document.

If you use jsp: For example, consider this example using XML tags:. The whitespace characters are x20x9xD ,and xA. You can also use jsp: Therefore, if you need to nest a tag inside jsp: The following example requires CDATA wrappers around the blockquote start and end tags because the blockquote element is not well formed.

This is because the blockquote element overlaps with other elements in the example. Just like JSP pages, JSP documents can generate dynamic content using expressions language EL expressions, scripting elements, standard actions, and custom tags.

As shown in this snippet from books. The EL expressions access the JavaBeans component, which in turn retrieves the data from the database:. When using the expression language in your JSP documents, you must substitute alternative notation for some of the operators so that they will not be interpreted as XML markup.

Table enumerates the more common operators and their alternative syntax in JSP documents.

You can also use EL expressions with jsp: This example could be used to generate an HTML header tag with a lang attribute:. The name attribute identifies the generated tag’s name. The body of the jsp: The output jxpx this example jsp: The only exception is a scriptlet expression used to specify a request-time attribute value.

This element has no attributes, and its body is the program fragment that constitutes the scriptlet. The root element of the books. The version attribute is the only required attribute of the jsp: However, suppose that you want to generate two XML documents from books.

To do this, you can use this jsp: Notice in this example tutoriial jsp: For more information on tutoriak document type declaration, see Referencing the DTD.

The XML declaration and document type declaration that are declared by the jsp: Instead, the container simply directs them to the request output. To illustrate this, here is an example of specifying a document type declaration with jsp: Specifying the document type declaration in the jsp: Table shows all the jsp: They are all optional, but some attributes depend on other attributes occurring in the same jsp: The rest of this section explains more about using jsp: This declaration is the default Tutorisl declaration.

Therefore, the default XML declaration is generated in the output. A document type declaration DTD defines the structural rules for the XML document in which the document type declaration occurs. In fact, the books example does not include one. This tutoriial shows you how to use the jsp: It also shows you how to enter the document type declaration jslx into books. As shown in Tablethe jsp: Suppose that you want to reference a DTD, called books.

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DTDfrom the output of the books. The DTD would look like this:. The JSP container will automatically place the resulting document type declaration before the start of the output of the JSP document. Note that the JSP container will not interpret anything provided by jsp: It only generates the document type declaration in the XML request output.

To see the XML output, run http: DTD and the jsp: When using some browsers, you might need to view the source of the page to actually see the output.

Directing the document type declaration to output without interpreting it is useful in situations when another system receiving the output expects to see it. For example, two companies that do business via a web service might use a standard DTD, against which any XML content exchanged between the companies is validated by the consumer of the content.

For the JSP container to validate books. DTDyou must manually include the document type declaration in the books. However, you must add definitions for all tags in your DTD, including definitions for standard elements and custom tags, such as jsp: The taglib directives have been removed.

Tag libraries are now declared using XML namespaces, as shown in the html element. The include directive has been changed to the XML-compliant jsp: A plain URI that is a unique identifier for the tag library. It allows you to use xmlns to declare other namespaces and not just tag libraries.

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When you want to identify the document as a JSP document to the JSP container without having to add any configuration attributes to the deployment descriptor or name the document with a. A value of true or yes omits the XML declaration. A value of false or no generates an XML declaration. Can be specified only if doctype-system is specified.


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Most people who know of this book have probably heard about it from the Kevin Costner movie. Unfortunately I saw the movie first, so I waited to read the book until the memory faded. The movie is pointless and stupid, a Costner take on Mad Max. It’s based very loosely on the first 50 pages of the book and an early throw-away incident, with a heavily modified form of the book’s final villains tossed in.

It’s a waste of time; if you haven’t seen it, don’t bother. The book is a more complicated problem.

The Postman is, of course, post-apocalyptic. There was some sort of world war, the postmaj of which and the opponent of which are left mostly unstated. Following that war were bioengineered plagues and some sort of nuclear winter. The protagonist ths this book, Gordon, was in a militia tge Minnesota, trying to protect the local remnants of civilization, before all his comrades died and he picked up and headed west.

The book opens in the eastern Cascades, where Gordon is robbed by a gang and survives by discovering an abandoned postal van and a long-dead postman. He takes his clothing and, on a whim, some of the letters, without much thinking about it.

But when he makes it to the town of Pine View, the people there have an unexpected and intense reaction to the uniform, and he finds himself pushed into a matching role. Gordon’s position and fame grow as he travels west from Pine View into the thhe of Oregon, mostly at first because it’s useful.

People admit him to walled towns, local strongmen think twice about messing with him, and he gets respect, attention, and support. The story grows in the telling: People in this book are desperate to believe in something bigger than themselves after more than a decade of chaos and survival and collect around Gordon davkd his role like a crystal forming around a seed.

The Postman

As far as this goes, it’s a somewhat interesting premise. Gordon is very well aware that he’s fundamentally a fraud. He frequently considers dropping the charade, but becomes trapped in the role and the hhe expectations. The book is a questioning of heroism and leadership that explores the extent to which someone can become the role that they play if they play it for long enough.

Brin shows Gordon as a bitter and somewhat opportunistic man who nonetheless has enough innate morality to rise to the role that he’s filling. The main story theme emphasizes the power of an idea in holding civilization together.


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That part of the book struck me as very American. There are problems, though.

For the first half of the book, during which it’s mostly an adventure story and an exploration of post-apocalyptic Oregon, they’re minor: But when Brin starts increasing the scope of the book and setting up the final daid with the survivalist Holnists, The Postman goes completely off the rails.

First, Brin introduces a daviv strange gender angle to the story. Through most of the book, women’s roles have reverted to at best feudal status and often to chattel status following the standard “women’s rights are an artifact of modern civilization” pattern.

In one of the towns Gordon enters later, though, he meets a sort of second-wave feminist who has a substantial following. Through those discussions, her actions, and later musings by Gordon the book is written in tight third personBrin introduces a pile of bizarre ideas about the need for women to control the violence of men, a supposed dichotomy in male behavior between heroes and scoundrels, and thankfully not direct parallels with Lysistrata.

This part of the book felt to me like an attempt at a Sherri Tepper novel davic from a male point of view, except where Gordon falls into condescension and knee-jerk overprotectiveness. Oh, and then the climax of the book is a testosterone-filled bare-knuckle fight between Manly Men. This works about as badly as you might think, veering wildly between weird patronization and an apparently sincere but clueless attempt to recognize uniquely female strengths, all built on a thoroughly binary gender model.

Race fares somewhat better only in that The Postman is firmly in the “pick some characters at random and color them black without changing their behavior” camp, which for SF readers is unlikely to provoke much more than a long-suffering sigh.

Brin does go somewhat out of his way to show the Holnists, who otherwise come across as white-supremacist survivalists with an obsession with Nietzschean supermen, as less racist than Gordon expects them to be. He probably would have done better to leave the topic alone, since raising race in the book just reminds the reader of how oostman he’s dealt with it, and that the most prominent black character in the book is Gordon’s loyal lieutenant. On top of those problems, Brin’s ending pulls the rug out from under the world he built.

A xavid theme of The Postman up to the ending is a de-emphasizing technology and an emphasis on people, their choices, and their cooperation.

There’s a well-handled part near the middle where Brin takes a long look at the possibilties of technology as salvation, and this theme ties in well with Gordon’s ongoing struggle with the nature of heroism.

But then Brin introduces villains out of a superhero comic, followed by an unbelievable deus ex machina climax that focuses the reader’s attention on the weakest parts of the book. The Postman is clearly better than the movie, but that’s not saying a lot.

The Postman by David Brin

I disliked the slow start, but by the middle of the book it was growing on me and I found myself enjoying it more than I expected. I thought I might be able to surprisingly recommend it. But the cringeworthy feminist subplot and the collapse of the world construction at the ending left a bad taste in my mouth.

If you want a far better treatment of the same core themes, including the power of ideas to rally people, but also including a solid treatment of racism and sexism in a post-apocalyptic world, read Octavia Butler’s Parable of the Sower and Parable of the Talents instead. Except that I find Brin’s idea of a restored Postal Service both more inspiring and more practical than Butler’s space program mythology, they’re simply better books in every way, and sadly show, by stark contrast, where The Postman doesn’t work.

One final personal note: Part of my family is from there and I’ve spent many weeks wandering about the town, and I sadly recognized very little of it in this book. Brin errs by making the scene far too generic rather than getting it wrong, so I can’t complain too much, but it was disappointing.