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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.

Before Goodbye A Romantic Comedy

Author : Kristina Hawkins
ISBN : 9781329739697
Genre : Fiction
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Sonja is a divorced and attractive woman. She is trying to recover from an emotional breakout by dating her marriage prospects. She meets various male personalities in the attempt to find the right guy. In lieu of finding Mr. Right, she found herself molested, betrayed and used. Her hope is lost while her nightmares become reality. Female readers may find themselves in Sonja‟s shoe at their dates. Male readers will understand how to not hurt women‟s feeling at dates.

Before I Say Goodbye

Author : Mary Higgins Clark
ISBN : 9781847395566
Genre : Fiction
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Nell McDermot is devastated when her husband's cabin cruiser blows up. Not only is she shattered by Adam's sudden death, but she is wracked with guilt, because the last time Nell saw Adam alive, she told him to leave and never come back. Nell's feelings are further complicated by her Great-aunt Gert's insistence that she try to make peace with Adam through a medium. And despite her scepticism, the awful burden of guilt finally drives Nell to consult Bonnie Wilson, a well-known psychic. As Nell searches for the truth about Adam's death, she relies more and more heavily on Bonnie, who claims to be receiving instructions from Adam. But what Nell does not know is that she is being closely watched, and the nearer she comes to learning what happened to her husband, the nearer she is to becoming the next victim of a ruthless killer…

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.

Before We Say Goodbye

Author : Sean Davison
ISBN : 9780143529842
Genre : Self-Help
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Eighty-four years old and terminally ill with cancer, psychiatrist Pat Ferguson wants nothing more than for her life, which no longer brings her joy, to be over. But when her ailing body refuses to let go, she asks her son Sean to do the unthinkable: to help her to die. Before We Say Goodbye is Sean Davison's personal account of the months he spent with his mother before her death. Written as a diary, it candidly recounts Davison's emotional struggle during that time, the tension between members of their family and his ultimate decision to grant his mother's last request and end her suffering. This touching, honest and thought-provoking memoir will resonate not only with countless families who have found themselves in a similar position, but with all of us who may one day have to face that choice: a choice that, for Sean Davison, would come to have life-changing consequences.

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