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Songs In Ordinary Time

Author : Mary McGarry Morris
ISBN : 9781101199473
Genre : Fiction
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It's the summer of 1960 in Atkinson, Vermont. Maria Fermoyle is a strong but vulnerable divorced woman whose loneliness and ambition for her children make her easy prey for dangerous con man Omar Duvall. Marie's children are Alice, seventeen—involved with a young priest; Norm, sixteen—hotheaded and idealistic; and Benny, twelve—isolated and misunderstood, and so desperate for his mother's happiness that he hides the deadly truth he knows about Duvall. We also meet Sam Fermoyle, the children's alcoholic father; Sam's brother-in-law, who makes anonymous "love" calls from the bathroom of his failing appliance store; and the Klubock family, who—in contrast to the Fermoyles—live an orderly life in the house next door. Songs in Ordinary Time is a masterful epic of the everyday, illuminating the kaleidoscope of lives that tell the compelling story of this unforgettably family.

Oprah Winfrey And The Glamour Of Misery

Author : Eva Illouz
ISBN : 9780231118125
Genre : Performing Arts
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Oprah Winfrey is an unprecedented and important cultural phenomenon. This book aims to understand the reasons for her spectacular success and visibility. Based on nearly one hundred show transcripts; a year and a half of watching the show regularly; and analysis of magazine articles, several biographies, O Magazine, Oprah Book Club novels, self-help manuals promoted on the show, and hundreds of messages on the Oprah Winfrey Web site, it takes the Oprah industry seriously in order to ask fundamental questions about how culture works today.

The Late Age Of Print

Author : Ted Striphas
ISBN : 9780231148153
Genre : Social Science
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Ted Striphas tracks the methods through which the book industry has adapted (or has failed to adapt) to rapid changes in twentieth-century print culture. With examples from trade journals, news media, films, advertisements, and other commercial and scholarly materials, Striphas tells a story of modern publishing that proves, even in a rapidly digitizing world, books are anything but dead. With wit and brilliant insight, he isolates the invisible processes through which books have come to mediate our social interactions and influence our habits of consumption. This edition features a new preface in which Striphas considers the stakes of abandoning printed books in favor of digital readers.

She S Come Undone

Author : Wally Lamb
ISBN : 9780671003753
Genre : Fiction
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Overweight and sensitive Dolores Price grows from painful childhood, through excruciating adolescence, to lonely adulthood, experiencing the heartache of being a misfit in a confusing world

Glimmer Train Guide To Writing Fiction Vol 2

Author : Susan Burmeister-Brown
ISBN : 1582974470
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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7From one of today's most recognized literary journals, Glimmer Train7Features advice from some of today's most accomplished and respected fiction writers7Illustrated, gifty package will appeal to any writerThe Glimmer Train Guide to Writing Fiction series features the best content from Glimmer Train's "Writers Ask" quarterly newsletter. Writers Ask is for "those who are serious about writing." It's packed full of useful techniques, informed perspectives, and inspired nudges from accomplished literary writers and mentors -- just the kind of company a writer needs. The second volume in the series, Inspiration and Discipline, features advice about finding ideas and developing a writing habit from a great list of writers including Lorrie Moore, Ha Jin, Robert Olen Butler, Richard Russo, Tobias Wolfe and more.

Legendary Locals Of Andover

Author : Bill Dalton and Katharine Dalton
ISBN : 9781467100977
Genre : History
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When Samuel F. Smith wrote the lyrics to "America" in 1832, he said he was inspired by Andover's beauty, which is reflected in his second stanza: "I love thy rocks and rills, Thy woods and templed hills." Conservationists such as Alice Buck and Harold Rafton have kept Andover beautiful, and innumerable others made Andover a unique and extraordinary town. From Martha Carrier, defying her accusers to the moment of execution, to all the townspeople who fought in our nation's wars, Andoverians have never lacked for courage. Former slaves such as Salem Poor, a hero of Bunker Hill, made many contributions. Teachers such as the Stack sisters and Ted Boudreau kept Andover's standards high. Philanthropists like Sarah Abbot, Benjamin Punchard, and Yvon Cormier contributed to Andover's youth. Literary talent such as Harriet Beecher Stowe and Mary McGarry Morris make life poignant and interesting. Jay Leno keeps America amused. Businesspeople like Samuel Phillips Jr. and William Wood created wealth and jobs, and smaller businesses through the years added to local lore and traditions. These pages are filled with the stories of people who created the admirable, complex tapestry that is Andover.

The Glimmer Train Guide To Writing Fiction

Author : Susan Burmeister-Brown
ISBN : 1582974462
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Useful techniques, informed perspectives, and inspired nudges from a wealth of accomplished writers are offered in the first volume of this new series, compiled from the nation's leading short fiction literary journal. 15,000 first printing.

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