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Author : Soni Robbins
ISBN : 9781326975265
Genre : Fiction
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After dating seventeen of the world’s worst screwer, taking you on a journey to transform your dating life and accelerate your path to dating freedom. No matter your salary, your age, your look, your sex drive, this book will help you not getting unnecessarily screwed at dates. Sonja is a divorced and attractive Indian girl. She is working as a software engineer in an investment bank in USA. She has money ($$$$), she can afford sex outside marriage. She also has opinion on everything. She is dating various marriage prospects, will she get her dream guy?

Before Goodbye

Author : Mimi Cross
ISBN : 1503951286
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The Moment Before Goodbye

Author : Elise Sharron
ISBN : 1630212334
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Savannah and Jacob have been best friends since fifth grade. The joy that they have for each other is true and shines through every conversation that they share. But when high school graduation comes and goes and they part ways they find themselves for the first time living two different lives that don't mix with each other. Savannah has gone away to college but realizes the hole that Jacob has fallen into with alcohol and drugs but she doesn't know why. The scene starts with Savannah speaking at what seems to be Jacob's funeral. Speaking about their childhood together and the efforts she made to help him get clean we are taken into their past to get to the present. It is revealed that Jacob's substance abuse started when Savannah was attacked one night and he blames himself for it. When all of the skeletons are reveled we find out that sometimes things are not always as they seem and it is in those times that we need our best friends the most. Clean and sober or drunk and speeding down the highway Jacob and Savannah will have their moment before they say goodbye.

Arms And The Woman

Author : Helen M. Cooper
ISBN : 9780807868140
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Although the themes of women's complicity in and resistance to war have been part of literature from early times, they have not been fully integrated into conventional conceptions of the war narrative. Combining feminist literary criticism with the emerging field of feminist war theory, this collection explores the role of gender as an organizing principle in the war system and reveals how literature perpetuates the ancient myth of "arms and the man." The volume shows how the gendered conception of war has both shaped literary texts and formed the literary canon. It identifies and interrogates the conventional war text, with its culturally determined split between warlike men and peaceful women, and it confirms that women's role in relation to war is much more complex and complicitous than such essentializing suggests. The contributors examine a wide range of familiar texts from fresh perspectives and bring new texts to light. Collectively, these essays range in time from the Trojan War to the nuclear age. The contributors are June Jordan, Lorraine Helms, Patricia Francis Cholakian, Jane E. Schultz, Margaret R. Higonnet, James Longenbach, Laura Stempel Mumford, Sharon O'Brien, Jane Marcus, Sara Friedrichsmeyer, Susan Schweik, Carol J. Adams, Esther Fuchs, Barbara Freeman, Gillian Brown, Helen M. Cooper, Adrienne Auslander Munich, and Susan Merrill Squier.

Camp Notes And Other Writings

Author : Mitsuye Yamada
ISBN : 081352606X
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Mitsuye Yamada was born in Kyushu, Japan, and raised in Seattle, Washington, until the outbreak of World War II when her family was removed to a concentration camp in Idaho. Camp Notes and Other Writings recounts this experience. Yamada's poetry yields a terse blend of emotions and imagery. Her twist of words creates a twist of vision that make her poetry come alive. The weight of her cultural experience - the pain of being perceived as an outsider all of her life - permeates her work. Yamada's strength as a poet stems from the fact that she has managed to integrate both individual and collective aspects of her background, giving her poems a double impact. Her strong portrayal of individual and collective life experience stands out as a distinct thread in the fabric of contemporary literature by women.

Gone Before Goodbye

Author : Nora Leduc
ISBN : 0989209083
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When rebellious seventeen-year-old Lisa Grant vanishes from her New Hampshire home, her guardian, Teagan Raynes, becomes ensnared in the frantic hunt to find her. Search dogs lose the girl's scent at Pretty Park, where another teenager disappeared three months ago. Law enforcement fears a stalker is using the park to abduct young girls. Desperate, Teagan, reluctantly puts her faith in the lead detective, the notorious Noah Cassidy. Hot-headed, Noah Cassidy's reputation and job are on the line. Rumors that he attempted to kill the man found guilty of destroying his family in a boating accident have tainted him. To prove his worth, Noah devotes every minute to the case and realizes he's up against a cunning adversary. Worse, he finds himself distracted by feelings for the attractive, gutsy Teagan. To erase her doubts about him, he must earn back his reputation and let go of his past. He knows what he has to do. He must bring Lisa home and take down the monster who is hunting the girls of Pretty Park before it's too late.

Contemporary American Women Poets

Author : Catherine Cucinella
ISBN : 0313317836
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In mapping the achievements of contemporary American women poets, this reference helps liberate them from restrictive conventional views and illustrates the tremendous diversity of their works. Included are alphabetically arranged entries on nearly 70 American women poets who published significant works after 1945.

Said The Boyman

Author : Robert Christopher Griffiths
ISBN : 9780595136582
Genre : Poetry
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Said The Boyman (Some naïve some mature) is a poetry book about the struggle of growing up from a young man to a mature man. The book contains poems that were written in childhood years, and ones that were written while at sea in the middle of the ocean being a sailor in the military. There are poems also on traveling the world and being away from home, and all the joy or malice you may find there while doing this. Then there are poems about coming home, and finding things you love still waiting there for your return.

Tell This Silence

Author : Patti Duncan
ISBN : 9781587294433
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Tell This Silence by Patti Duncan explores multiple meanings of speech and silence in Asian American women's writings in order to explore relationships among race, gender, sexuality, and national identity. Duncan argues that contemporary definitions of U.S. feminism must be expanded to recognize the ways in which Asian American women have resisted and continue to challenge the various forms of oppression in their lives. There has not yet been adequate discussion of the multiple meanings of silence and speech, especially in relation to activism and social-justice movements in the U.S. In particular, the very notion of silence continues to invoke assumptions of passivity, submissiveness, and avoidance, while speech is equated with action and empowerment. However, as the writers discussed in Tell This Silence suggest, silence too has multiple meanings especially in contexts like the U.S., where speech has never been a guaranteed right for all citizens. Duncan argues that writers such as Maxine Hong Kingston, Mitsuye Yamada, Joy Kogawa, Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, Nora Okja Keller, and Anchee Min deploy silence as a means of resistance. Juxtaposing their “unofficial narratives” against other histories—official U.S. histories that have excluded them and American feminist narratives that have stereotyped them or distorted their participation—they argue for recognition of their cultural participation and offer analyses of the intersections among gender, race, nation, and sexuality. Tell This Silence offers innovative ways to consider Asian American gender politics, feminism, and issues of immigration and language. This exciting new study will be of interest to literary theorists and scholars in women's, American, and Asian American studies.

Betrayal Of The Heart

Author : Joseph Szakaly
ISBN : 9781304905178
Genre : Poetry
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In our pursuit to satisfy our desire for love, lust, happiness, and bliss, sometimes we encounter obstacles too intimate to overcome. Those obstructions may develop from within but sometimes it is a vague circumstance that prevents our desired path to personal harmony to be accomplished. It is then left to our own survival instincts to wake, breathe, and exist. It may develop into a daily internal struggle but we bear that cross and continue to live our lives. And even though our heart and soul may lie in ruins, a little spirit continues to dream. And that dream shall strive despite the obstacles.

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