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Sarah S Smile

Author : Dawn Kinzer
ISBN : 099781540X
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In this historical romance, a would-be missionary is preparing to leave for the mission field when the man who broke her heart steps back into her life, wanting a second chance. They shared a past, but can they share a future?

By Grand Central Station I Sat Down And Wept

Author : Elizabeth Smart
ISBN : 9780007375882
Genre : Fiction
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Elizabeth Smart’s passionate fictional account of her intense love-affair with the poet George Barker, described by Angela Carter as ‘Like MADAME BOVARY blasted by lightning ... A masterpiece’.

I For Isobel

Author : Amy Witting
ISBN : 9781922148742
Genre : Fiction
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Winner of the Barbara Ramsden Prize, 1990. This was life: no sooner had you built yourself your little raft and felt secure than it came to pieces under you and you were swimming again. Born into a world without welcome, Isobel observes it as warily as an alien trying to pass for a native. Her collection of imaginary friends includes the Virgin Mary and Sherlock Holmes. Later she meets Byron, W.H. Auden and T.S. Eliot. Isobel is not so much at ease with the flesh-and-blood people she meets, and least of all with herself, until a lucky encounter and a little detective work reveal her identity and her true situation in life. I for Isobel, a modern-day Australian classic, was followed by Isobel on the Way to the Corner Shop, winner of the Age Book of the Year Award. Amy Witting was born in Annandale, an inner suburb of Sydney, in 1918. She attended Sydney University, then taught French and English in state schools. Beginning late in life she published six novels, including The Visit, I for Isobel, Isobel on the Way to the Corner Shop and Maria's War; two collections of short stories; two books of verse, Travel Diary and Beauty is the Straw; and her Collected Poems. 'When we come to write the history of Australian writing in the twentieth century, the strange case of Amy Witting will be there to haunt us. Here is a writer who not only has great gifts - the kind of expert and mimetic gifts that would impel instant recognition from someone who admired a fine-lined American naturalist like William Maxwell - but a realist who has an effortless immediacy and a compelling sense of drama that should have ensured the widest kind of appeal, the sort of appeal that Helen Garner could command in her fiction-writing days. And yet this woman who published in the New Yorker and commanded the respect of Kenneth Slessor was scarcely encouraged during the long grey sleep of Australian fiction publishing. It wasn't until the publication of I for Isobel...that Witting gained a national profile.' Peter Craven 'Australia's Amy Witting is comparable to Jean Rhys, but she has more starch, or vinegar. The effect is bracing.' New Yorker 'Isobel is instinctively searching for a lost part of her substance, the very memory of which has been obliterated. Prompted by her inexplicable sense of loss, she goes on her way, deviating, baffled, yet rejecting substitutes. To call the ending happy is to say both too much and too little. Was the lost part also searching for her? Amy Witting's admirers will find this novel as distinctive and compelling as her stories and her poetry.' Jessica Anderson '[Witting] lays bare with surgical precision the dynamics of families, sibling, students in coffee shops, office coteries. One sometimes feels positively winded with unsettling insights. There is something relentless, almost unnerving in her anatomising of foibles, fears obsessions, private shame, the nature of loneliness, the nature of panic.' Janette Turner Hospital 'A beautifully but unobtrusively honed style, a marvellous ear for dialogue, a generous understanding of the complex waywardness of men and women.' Andrew Riemer 'Terrific - incredibly wise...When I finished it I went straight back to the first page.' Cate Kennedy

Greek Architecture And Its Sculpture

Author : Ian Jenkins
ISBN : 0674023889
Genre : Architecture
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From Athens and Arcadia on one side of the Aegean Sea and from Ionia, Lycia, and Karia on the other, this book brings together some of the great monuments of classical antiquity--among them two of the seven wonders of the ancient world, the later temple of Artemis at Ephesos and the Mausoleum at Halikarnassos. With 250 photographs and specially commissioned line drawings, the book comprises a monumental narrative of the art and architecture that gave form, direction, and meaning to much of Western culture.

A Year Of Weddings

Author : Denise Hunter
ISBN : 9780310342236
Genre : Fiction
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Happily ever after begins today. The honor of your presence is requested at a year of weddings . . . A January Bride Madeleine Houser’s pen-pal friendship with a lonely widower has taken an unexpected turn. A February Bride Allie left the love of her life at the altar—to save him from her family curse. A March Bride Susanna found her prince, and happily ever after is just around the corner. But first, they must pass one final test. An April Bride Weeks away from the wedding, Stella and Marshall must choose between faith in their past love or a very different future than either imagined. A May Bride Ellie has prepared for her wedding all her life . . . but she's forgotten the most important part. A June Bride The reality show ended with an engagement, so why doesn’t this feel like the fairy tale Wynne thought it would be? A July Bride In a moment of total panic, Brendan left Alyssa at the altar. What will it take for him to win her back? An August Bride As far as Kelsey Wilcox is concerned, her last cowboy was the last cowboy. A September Bride Annie is ready to call this new town home, but one handsome policeman is ready to stand in her way . . . even if it means walking her down the aisle. An October Bride What if the only way to make your father’s last wish come true . . . was to marry the man of your dreams? A November Bride Can a decades-long friendship marred by romantic missteps ever lead to happily ever after for Sadie and Erik? A December Bride What started as a whim turned into an accidental—and very public—engagement in Chapel Springs this holiday season.

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