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Fired With Enthusiasm Ii

Author : Tom Lonergan
ISBN : 9780595220830
Genre : Business & Economics
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“You’re fired.” Few words are more devastating. Yet in today’s atmosphere of corporate downsizing, they are uttered far too frequently. Now there’s help and hope. Fired With Enthusiasm, by Tom Lonergan shows you how to deal with sudden career change and how to make your work and your life more fulfilling than they were before you were handed that pink slip. Fired With Enthusiasm pulls no punches. Lonergan shows you how to take control of your own career by figuring out why bad things happen and how you can anticipate them Then he shows you how to overcome the trauma of losing your job and arms you with what you need to go out and find a better one. Written for both out-of-work professionals as well as people contemplating a career change, Fired gives you the tools to craft an effective personal employment plan and the know-how to execute it. Part self-help manual, part pep talk, part business plan, Fired With Enthusiasm is the take-charge blueprint you need for a quick and powerful career comeback.

The Golden Astrolabe Illustrated By A S Boyd

Author : William a. Bryce
ISBN : 1473310067
Genre : Fiction
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This early work by Henry Stacpoole was originally published in 1906 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography. 'The Golden Astrolabe' is a work of fiction that Stacpoole co-authored with William A. Bryce. Henry De Vere Stacpoole was born on April 9th 1863 in Kingstown, Ireland. Stacpoole's writing career started with the publication of 'The Intended' in 1894, but his most famous work is The Blue Lagoon, a romance novel published in 1908. The book was met with critical acclaim and was adapted to film twenty times in twelve years.

The State Forbids

Author : Sada Cowan
ISBN : HARVARD:HX42G4
Genre : American drama
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Flash Jack

Author : Maureen McCarthy
ISBN : 0141311703
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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When burglars break into Jack's house, they take all his stuff. Now he's got no skateboard, no TV, no music, nothing. All his brothers do is fight, his mum thinks they all need counselling, his dad's trying to set an example, but hey, who's interested? Jack just wants to get out of that house. So he does. And he meets Diana. And her dog. And her grandma, who wears tiger-skin bikinis. They're all pretty vicious. And suddenly, life is anything but boring.

Bible Animals And The Lessons Taught By Them Sermons

Author : Richard Newton
ISBN : OXFORD:590720618
Genre : Animals
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Pirandello S Love Letters To Marta Abba

Author : Luigi Pirandello
ISBN : 9781400887286
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In February 1925, the 58-year-old world-famous playwright Luigi Pirandello met Marta Abba, an unknown, beautiful actress less than half his age, and fell in love with her. She was to become, until his death in December 1936, not only his confidante but also his inspiring muse and artistic collaborator, helping him in his plans to reform Italian theater under the Fascist regime. Pirandello's love for the young actress was neither a literary infatuation nor a form of fatherly affection, but rather an unfulfilled, desperate passion that secretly consumed him during the last decade of his life. Bitterly disillusioned by the conditions of the theatrical world in Italy, Pirandello and Abba shared a dream of going abroad to earn their fortune and returning to Italy with the means to establish a national theater dedicated to high artistic standards. In March 1929, when Marta finally yielded to family pressure and left Pirandello alone in Berlin to revive her Italian stage career and to end rumors over their involvement, he endured a devastating heartbreak and fell into a life-threatening depression--more profound and long-lasting than any of his biographers have yet imagined. The hundreds of letters Pirandello wrote to Abba during these years are the only source that reveals the true story of his relentless torment. Selected, translated, and introduced here for the first time in any language, these powerful and moving documents reward the reader with the unique experience of living in intimacy with a profound poet of human pain. Here Pirandello encourages his beloved in her difficult career as actor/manager, rejoices in her triumphs, and desperately implores her to return to him. The letters are filled with glimpses of this major artistic personality at some of his most distinctive moments--such as the award of the Nobel Prize, his meetings with Mussolini, and Marta's long-dreamed-of success on Broadway--but they remain foremost an authentic confession of a Pirandello, without the mask of his art, telling the story of his real-life tragedy. In 1986, two years before she died, Marta Abba authorized the publication of the present correspondence so that the world might understand how deeply Pirandello had suffered. This English-language volume contains a selection of 164 letters from the complete edition of 552, which Princeton University Press will publish in cooperation with Mondadori, in the original Italian, in 1995. Originally published in 1994. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Letters At 3am

Author : Michael Ventura
ISBN : UOM:39015032739479
Genre : History
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These hard-hitting, heart-rending pieces, collected from L.A. Weekly, cover the continent's shadow from Brooklyn to Texas to Hollywood - & across to the shores of the Gulf War. More than comments on the 90's scene, they chronicle a civilization in agony. As media conglomerates & 'correct' academic experts dominate American discourse, Ventura's clear, no b.s. language, his ancient Sicilian passion & his courage to speak out have become crucial to the health of the body politic. "Michael Ventura's essays brilliantly diagnose our fin-de-siecle. These concise, elegant & somehow 'final' testimonies are the work of an uncompromising spirit. I was happy to share the wonder of his discoveries & felt the burden & strangeness of our generations peculiar 'job' as the millennium roars to a close."--Andrei Codrescu.

Shalom And Amen The Life And Work Of Hal Marchman The Racers Preacher

Author : Lamont W. Ingalls
ISBN : 0982336500
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Shalom and Amen is the life story of Reverend Hal Marchman (1919 - 2009), a Baptist minister who, for over 40 years, was widely known as the chaplain of NASCAR. His ministry included the Daytona International Speedway but extended far "beyond the oval." He was ahead of his time in his progressive church leadership and in his advocacy for "the community that lives on the streets." Hal Marchman established and nurtured church programs and community treatment centers for alcoholics and drug addicts. As a self-described "drunk in recovery" he "walked the talk" for nearly six decades. His ongoing healing legacy is represented in the Stewart-Marchman Treatment Centers in the Daytona Beach area. For over 35 years, the Stewart-Marchman programs and Hal's direct counsel have helped thousands of alcoholics and addicts to recover a "clean and sober" life. The life story of Hal Marchman, and of his co-minister and helpmate, Mary Mathis Marchman, is both inspiring and fully-human.

The Diary Of A Suicidal Child

Author : Fraz
ISBN : 1500487236
Genre : Fiction
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James Mathew might seem as your everyday teenager but he isn't. He is severely damaged. An adopted child, he has some issues that he keeps to himself even as he plays musical chairs with many of the psychiatrists and psychologists he is sent to consult, until one day, one of them asks him to write a Diary. The Diary follows the life of James Mathew, through his eyes, and as he sees it. The story proceeds in an orthodox fashion involving the use of flash stories and poetry. Various characters are brought to light through entries made in the diary about them. As James experiences the very many colors of life, the twists and turns will surely make you wonder what might happen next as you judge the decisions made by James, a suicidal boy from a town unknown.

The Miracle Man Religious Thriller

Author : Frank L. Packard
ISBN : 9788026868255
Genre : Fiction
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This carefully crafted ebook: The Miracle Man (Religious Thriller) is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. "Doc" Madison, gentleman crook and high-class, polished con-man, finds out about a certain healer called Patriarch, who heals people of his small town with the power of faith. He gathers the group of con artist and they come up with a plan to collect many scamming locals, and their faith healing fraud quickly becomes very lucrative. But things don™t go exactly the way they were intended, and the crooks are about to experience a true miracle. Frank Lucius Packard (1877 -1942) was a Canadian novelist best known for his Jimmie Dale mystery series. As a young man he worked as a civil engineer for the Canadian Pacific Railway. His experiences working on the railroad led to his writing a series of railroad stories and novels. Packard also wrote number of mystery novels, the most famous of which featured a character called Jimmie Dale, a wealthy playboy by day and a fearless crime fighter by night. Jimmie Dale novels brought the idea of a costume and mask for hero™s secret identity, and also established the concept of a hero's secret hideout or lair.

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