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A Song for Julia

By Charles Sheehan-Miles
  • ISBN Code: : 0988273667
  • Publisher : Cincinnatus Press
  • Pages : 375
  • Category : Fiction
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  • Pdf : a-song-for-julia.pdf

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From the bestselling author of Just Remember to Breathe Everyone should have something to rebel against. Crank Wilson left his South Boston home at sixteen to start a punk band and burn out his rage at the world. Six years later, he's still at odds with his father, a Boston cop, and doesn't ever speak to his mother. The only relationship that really matters is with his younger brother, but watching out for Sean can be a full-time job. The one thing Crank wants in life is to be left the hell alone to write his music and drive his band to success. Julia Thompson left a secret behind in Beijing that exploded into scandal in Washington, DC, threatening her father's career and dominating her family's life. Now, in her senior year at Harvard, she's haunted by a voice from her past and refuses to ever lose control of her emotions again, especially when it comes to a guy. When Julia and Crank meet at an anti-war protest in Washington in the fall of 2002, the connection between them is so powerful it threatens to tear everything apart.

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  • Publisher : Cincinnatus Press
  • Book Code : 1632020327
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  • Pdf File: thompson-sisters-boxed-set-volume-1.pdf

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  • Book Code : 9781846420481
  • Total of Pages : 240
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  • Book Code : 163202036X
  • Total of Pages : 90
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  • Book Code : 0230308651
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  • Publisher : Cincinnatus Press
  • Book Code : 1632020998
  • Total of Pages : 49
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  • Book Code : 1351580450
  • Total of Pages : 244
  • Category : Education
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  • Book Code : 1451645929
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  • Publisher : Cincinnatus Press
  • Book Code : 1632020807
  • Total of Pages : 340
  • Category : Fiction
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Book Short Summary:

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  • Publisher : Cincinnatus Press
  • Book Code : 1632021706
  • Total of Pages : 430
  • Category : Fiction
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  • Pdf File: winter-flower.pdf

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  • Publisher : Cincinnatus Press
  • Book Code : 0979411440
  • Total of Pages : 682
  • Category : Fiction
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  • Total of Pages : 268
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  • Pdf File: nineteen-eighty-four.pdf

Book Short Summary:

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  • Total of Pages : 400
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  • Total of Pages : 145
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  • Total of Pages : 600
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Book Short Summary:

Carol Kimball's comprehensive survey of art song literature has been the principal one-volume American source on the topic. Now back in print after an absence of several years this newly revised edition includes biographies and discussions of the work of

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  • Publisher : Routledge
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  • Total of Pages : 256
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By Charles Sheehan-Miles
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  • Publisher : Cincinnatus Press
  • Book Code : 0988273616
  • Total of Pages : 325
  • Category : Fiction
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Book Short Summary:

Just Remember to Breathe explores the hearts of soldiers returning home from war and the women who love them. A sweet love story about second chances and redemption. -- New York Times Bestselling Author Colleen Hoover More than just a love story, Just Remember to Breathe is a poignant novel about difficult life choices, personal growth, and second chances. I highly recommend it. -- Melissa Brown, author of Wife Number Seven Just Remember to Breathe was the first book published in the Thompson Sisters series and can be read as a standalone. Alex Thompson's life is following the script. A pre-law student at Columbia University, she's focused on her grades, her life and her future. The last thing she needs is to reconnect with the boy who broke her heart. Dylan Paris comes home from Afghanistan severely injured and knows that the one thing he cannot do is drag Alex into the mess he's made of his life. When Dylan and Alex are assigned to the same work study program and are forced to work side by side, they have to make new ground rules to keep from killing each other. The only problem is, they keep breaking the rules. The first rule is to never, ever talk about how they fell in love. About The Thompson Sisters Just Remember to Breathe was the first book published in the Thompson Series. In chronological order when the story takes place: Thompson Sisters * A Song for Julia - 2002 * Just Remember to Breathe - 2012 * The Last Hour - 2013 Thompson Sisters - Rachel's Peril * Girl of Lies - 2014 * Girl of Rage - 2014 * Girl of Vengeance - 2014 Spinoff Novellas * Falling Stars - 2003 * A View From Forever - 2007 What Bloggers and Readers Are Saying: ★★★★★ -- A heartwarming and emotional second chance romance standalone. The writing was truly breathtaking!!! -- Aestas Book Blog ★★★★★ -- 2012 Favorite. I was utterly and completely blown away by this book. ★★★★★ -- this one has impressed me twice with his ability to create strong, layered characters and solid relationships ★★★★★ -- a beautifully written story about guilt, regret, life changing situations, and trying to work through all of that for the sake of love and happy endings... My heart broke for Dylan... one of my new favourite authors. -- Kelly, Have Book Will Read ★★★★★ -- Overall this has become another one of my favorites in the NA genre. I would very highly recommend it. Seriously, check it out. Especially if you enjoyed Easy by Tammara Webber. -- YA Books of Witchcraft and Wizardry ★★★★★ -- I love, love, love an exceptional second chance romance story...One of my favorite types of hero is the man in uniform. I love all aspects of their personality - strength, protectiveness, pride, love of country, fierceness... an unforgettable read for me -- Alyssa, Hesperia Loves Books

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  • Publisher : Hal Leonard Corporation
  • Book Code : 1480319511
  • Total of Pages : 144
  • Category : Music
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Book Short Summary:

(Vocal Collection). This series of 5 volumes is an introduction to art song in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. Each volume has a different song list, and includes 30 selections in appropriate keys. Beyond art song, each collection includes two carefully chosen opera arias, an oratorio aria, and an operetta aria by Gilbert & Sullivan.

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  • Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
  • Book Code : 1442250771
  • Total of Pages : 224
  • Category : Music
  • Members : 685
  • Pdf File: believe-your-ears.pdf

Book Short Summary:

Believe Your Ears is the memoir of composer Kirke Mechem, whose unorthodox path to music provides a fascinating narrative. Along the way, readers will meet Dimitri Shostakovich, Wallace Stegner, Billie Jean King, The Grateful Dead, Benjamin Britten, Bill Tilden, and Aaron Copland—a who’s who of talent in Mechem’s storied career.

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  • Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
  • Book Code : 1493033972
  • Total of Pages : 240
  • Category : History
  • Members : 250
  • Pdf File: breaking-history.pdf

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Breaking History books offer a front row seat to history as it broke (like “breaking news”) and give the blow-by-blow of historical discovery—what we learned, when we learned it, who made the discovery, and how. Lost America is an illustrated look at fascinating places in the United States that have existed only in myth and have never been found, those that were abandoned and why, and those that were lost to social upheaval or natural disaster. The book reviews the history behind these places—how they began, how long they endured, why they were lost, and how many have been rediscovered. Included are accounts of the mysterious disappearance of the Anasazi from the Southwest, the abandonment of the Roanoke Colony in 1590, the environmental disaster that caused the population of Centralia, Pennsylvania to evacuate the town in the 1980s, and the nearly-intact ghost town of Bodie, California. The book also includes places that were thought to exist, but did not--or not yet, anyway: legendary Norse settlements, lost cities of gold, and The Fountain of Youth.

Motherhood in Mexican Cinema, 1941–1991

By Isabel Arredondo
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  • Publisher : McFarland
  • Book Code : 1476602387
  • Total of Pages : 232
  • Category : Performing Arts
  • Members : 986
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How were femininity and motherhood understood in Mexican cinema from the 1940s to the early 1990s? Film analysis, interviews with filmmakers, academic articles and film reviews from newspapers are used to answer the question and trace the changes in such depictions. Images of mothers in films by so-called third-wave filmmakers (Busi Cortés, María Novaro, Dana Rotberg and Marisa Sistach) are contrasted with those in Mexican classical films (1935–1950) and films from the 1970s and 1980s. There are some surprising conclusions. The most important restrictions in the depiction of mothers in classical cinema came not from the strict sexual norms of the 1940s but in reactions to women shown as having autonomous identities. Also, in contrast to classical films, third-wave films show a woman’s problems within a social dimension, making motherhood political—in relation not to militancy within the left but to women’s issues. Third-wave films approach the problems of Latin American society as those of individuals differentiated by gender, sexuality and ethnicity; in such films mothers are citizens directly affected by laws, economic policies and cultural beliefs.

THE MUSIC TEACHER

By Adriana Guyton
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  • Publisher : Adriana Guyton
  • Book Code : 0994308744
  • Total of Pages : 310
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 390
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Julia is getting her life back together after the tumultuous events following her move from New Zealand to England. Focussed on her job at a thriving legal firm and fiercely protective of her son Jack, life has become calm and measured just the way Julia likes – no more secrets or surprises, everything under control and predictable. The last thing she needs or wants is a man complicating their lives again. Jack is a teenager who dreams of becoming an awesome musician. Music is his safe place when he needs to escape dark memories - it lifts his self-belief and makes him feel worthwhile in other people’s eyes, not just his mother’s. He has the passion and talent but needs the right teacher to nurture his potential. Patrick Devlin left his native Ireland to pursue his passion for music and now runs a prestigious teaching academy. He’s known love and heartbreak and has found that life is simpler when you follow your passions but, where women are concerned, commitment is to be avoided. When Julia grudgingly allows Jack to be accepted as a student of Patrick’s academy, the journey of self-discovery for three damaged people begins. Sibling rivalry, a tragedy from the past, and the healing power of music will change their lives forever. Adriana Guyton’s second novel explores the ties of brotherhood, a mother’s sacrifice and a young boy’s search for contentment where music becomes the healer and the teacher the cycle breaker. The Music Teacher is the second novel in the “Julia Series”

Studies in the Psychology of Sex v4

By Havelock Ellis
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  • Publisher : 谷月社
  • Book Code : N.a
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  • Category : Body, Mind & Spirit
  • Members : 700
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umescence—the process by which the organism is brought into the physical and psychic state necessary to insure conjugation and detumescence—to some extent comes about through the spontaneous action of internal forces. To that extent it is analogous to the physical and psychic changes which accompany the gradual filling of the bladder and precede its evacuation. But even among animals who are by no means high in the zoölogical scale the process is more complicated than this. External stimuli act at every stage, arousing or heightening the process of tumescence, and in normal human beings it may be said that the process is never completed without the aid of such stimuli, for even in the auto-erotic sphere external stimuli are still active, either actually or in imagination. The chief stimuli which influence tumescence and thus direct sexual choice come chiefly—indeed, exclusively—through the four senses of touch, smell, hearing, and sight. All the phenomena of sexual selection, so far as they are based externally, act through these four senses.[1] The reality of the influence thus exerted may be demonstrated statistically even in civilized man, and it has been shown that, as regards, for instance, eye-color, conjugal partners differ sensibly from the unmarried persons by whom they are surrounded. When, therefore, we are exploring the nature of the influence which stimuli, acting through the sensory channels, exert on the strength and direction of the sexual impulse, we are intimately concerned with the process by which the actual form and color, not alone of living things generally, but of our own species, have been shaped and are still being shaped. At the same time, it is probable, we are exploring the mystery which underlies all the subtle appreciations, all the emotional undertones, which are woven in the web of the whole world as it appeals to us through those sensory passages by which alone it can reach us. We are here approaching, therefore, a fundamental subject of unsurpassable importance, a subject which has not yet been accurately explored save at a few isolated points and one which it is therefore impossible to deal with fully and adequately. Yet it cannot be passed over, for it enters into the whole psychology of the sexual instinct.

Writing for an Endangered World

By Lawrence BUELL
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  • Publisher : Harvard University Press
  • Book Code : 9780674029057
  • Total of Pages : 384
  • Category : Literary Criticism
  • Members : 965
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The environmental imagination does not stop short at the edge of the woods. Nor should our understanding of it, as Lawrence Buell makes powerfully clear in his new book that aims to reshape the field of literature and environmental studies. Emphasizing the influence of the physical environment on individual and collective perception, his book thus provides the theoretical underpinnings for an ecocriticism now reaching full power, and does so in remarkably clear and concrete ways. Writing for an Endangered World offers a conception of the physical environment--whether built or natural--as simultaneously found and constructed, and treats imaginative representations of it as acts of both discovery and invention. A number of the chapters develop this idea through parallel studies of figures identified with either "natural" or urban settings: John Muir and Jane Addams; Aldo Leopold and William Faulkner; Robinson Jeffers and Theodore Dreiser; Wendell Berry and Gwendolyn Brooks. Focusing on nineteenth- and twentieth-century writers, but ranging freely across national borders, his book reimagines city and country as a single complex landscape. Reviews of this book: Author of the widely influential The Environmental Imagination, Buell is a major figure in contemporary ecocriticism. Here, in broadening the scope of his earlier book, Buell blurs the usual distinction between natural and built environments. Exploring how a variety of texts imagine urban, rural, ocean, and desert places, he convincingly argues that literary imagination is powerfully shaped by--and shapes--a single, complex environment that is both found and constructed...Buell's book is important: it points ecocriticism in profoundly new and welcome directions. --W. Conlogue, Choice

Revelations of Truth for Humanity

By Mary Walton-Moore
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  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Book Code : 1543453589
  • Total of Pages : 202
  • Category : Religion
  • Members : 187
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REVELATIONS OF TRUTH FOR HUMANITY was birthed immediately after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack. The book explains how the deceitfulness of riches and the idea of having power is the main culprit wreaking havoc in the minds of people of every nation in the world. The book is intriguing because its many revelations received through dreams and visions are designed to arouse the fascination and curiosity of the reader. The content of the book is extraordinary because the Spirit explains what needs to be done to repair the safety net that once covered America and kept her safe. The book is powerful because its author while under the supernatural and miraculous power of the Holy Spirit teaches the reader how to go within to find wealth, power and creativity. The book is not a religious book because in the beginning of time the Creator formed and made Man and placed within his Spirit and Soul riches, power, healing and wealth. It is prophetic and provocative because the revelations are intended to stimulate a welcome reaction of excitement in the souls of its reader. Revelations of Truth for Humanity is not a bedtime story book to be read by everyone. Yet, the reader who is ready to plug into his/her inner strength and knowledge and power will read the material making sure to chew and digest the content most applicable to his own personal condition or situation. The material in the book is guaranteed to bring healing and energy to a weary soul.

Robert Altman

By Rick Armstrong
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  • Publisher : McFarland
  • Book Code : 078648604X
  • Total of Pages : 205
  • Category : Performing Arts
  • Members : 425
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The life and work of motion picture director Robert Altman (1925–2006) are interpreted from a variety of perspectives in this collection of essays. Actors, historians, film scholars, and cultural theorists reflect on Altman and his five-decade career and discuss the significance of music, history and genre in his films. Two actors who have appeared in some of the filmmaker’s most important works are prominently represented, with a statement from Elliot Gould (MASH, The Long Goodbye, California Split) and an essay by Michael Murphy (McCabe and Mrs. Miller, Nashville, Tanner ’88). The collection ends with an essay on the importance of death in the director’s final productions The Company (2003) and Prairie Home Companion (2006) by noted Altman scholar Robert T. Self.

Children, Media and Playground Cultures

By R. Willett,C. Richards,J. Marsh,A. Burn,J. C Bishop
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  • Publisher : Springer
  • Book Code : 1137318074
  • Total of Pages : 268
  • Category : Social Science
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Drawing on ethnographic accounts of children's media-referenced play, this book explores children's engagement with media cultures and playground experiences, analyzing a range of issues such as learning, fantasy, communication and identity.

Recovery Recycled Recovered

By Andy Higgins
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  • Publisher : Chipmunkapublishing ltd
  • Book Code : 1847473482
  • Total of Pages : 216
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  • Members : 432
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DescriptionInside the pages of this book are poems and observations that now fill Andy's head. As he says "now that reality has returned, lots of regrets and if only's" but all of them the truth. About the AuthorAndy has struggled with drug addiction for more than thirty years. The father of two lovely daughters has finally overcome the scourge of addiction.Born in Sheffield in 1954, the oldest of five children. Andy moved with his parents Dorothy and Bernard Higgins and four brothers and sisters to Swinton, near Rotherham. Here he attended the local school. In 1969, Andy started an apprenticeship with a local woodworking company. At the same time Andy and his friends found and entered the world of drugs, which quickly resulted in Andy serving a three and a half year prison sentence. The sentence was for selling class A drugs. Shortly after his release from prison Andy met and married his wife of twenty-four years, Judith. But drugs were still to plague Andy's life. In and out of various jobs in the steel industry. Drugs finally ended twenty-four years of marriage and Andy become more dependant on hard drugs, and a heroin addiction followed. Two years ago Andy finally decided enough was enough and that it was really time to sort his life out, in Andy's words "it was a bloody nightmare to come off drugs" but it had to be done. With the help of a rehab unit called New Beginnings, various drug counsellors, and his family Andy finally escaped the clutches of his addiction. Inside the pages of this book are poems and observations that now fill Andy's head. As he says "now that reality has returned, lots of regrets and if only's" but all of them the truth.