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Blush

Author : Elspeth Probyn
ISBN : 9780816627202
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 71. 71 MB
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Exposes shame as a valuable emotion essential to our humanity.

A Blush With Death

Author : India Ink
ISBN : 9781101645086
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 71. 5 MB
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More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA.

Blush

Author : Lauren Jameson
ISBN : 9781101621523
Genre : Fiction
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From the author of Surrender to Temptation comes a provocative story of overwhelming passion set free with one exquisite touch.… Madeline Stone is determined to heal from her tragic past, one difficult step at a time…and she doesn’t need any distractions. Then she meets a mysterious and captivating stranger—and over a glass of outrageously expensive wine, her world turns upside down. Try as she might to banish the wealthy business mogul from her thoughts, Madeline can’t fight Alex’s staggering appeal or his enticing offer of intimate discovery. Alex doesn’t date—at least, not in the traditional sense. Still, he wants Madeline…and his sexual intensity provides her with a much-needed escape. They embark on a tumultuous erotic affair, one that takes them to the pinnacle of obsession and desire. But underneath each explosive encounter lie dangerous secrets waiting to consume them both.…

Blush

Author : CICI B
ISBN : 0995003912
Genre :
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Cici. B is known for her amazing ability to make readers feel like they are walking beside her with every page that they turn, and this book is another testament to that. Fresh out of an intense break-up, and with her three closest friends by her side, Cici brings you with her as she learns what it means to take back control of her life, and to be her own woman. Completely raw and unfiltered, as always, she doesn't hold back. This is a story for the modern day grown woman. It will make you smile, laugh out loud, hold your breath, bite your bottom lip, and most importantly... Blush.

Telling Complexions

Author : Mary Ann O'Farrell
ISBN : 0822318954
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In Telling Complexions Mary Ann O'Farrell explores the frequent use of "the blush" in Victorian novels as a sign of characters' inner emotions and desires. Through lively and textured readings of works by such writers as Jane Austen, Elizabeth Gaskell, Charles Dickens, and Henry James, O'Farrell illuminates literature's relation to the body and the body's place in culture. In the process, she plots a trajectory for the nineteenth-century novel's shift from the practices of manners to the mode of self-consciousness. Although the blush was used to tell the truth of character and body, O'Farrell shows how it is actually undermined as a stable indicator of character in novels such as Pride and Prejudice, Persuasion, North and South, and David Copperfield. She reveals how these writers then moved on in search of other bodily indicators of mortification and desire, among them the swoon, the scar, and the blunder. Providing unique and creative insights into the constructedness of the body and its semiotic play in literature and in culture, Telling Complexions includes parallel examples of the blush in contemporary culture and describes ways that textualised bodies are sometimes imagined to resist the constraints imposed by such construction. Tracing the legacy of the blush as a problematic sign on which contemporary writers continue to rely, Telling Complexions will interest general readers of Victorian literature and students and scholars engaged in literary and cultural theory. "As brightly as the blush that is its subject, this new study of the English novel blazons an extraordinary critical talent: even after we have absorbed her powerful sense that the skin is deeper, more densely lined with social text than we ever imagined, her prismatic sensibility - an exorbitant exercise of what Jane Austen, who would know, called 'the right of a lively mind' - must remain one of a kind." - D. A. Miller

Blush

Author : Charlotte Josephine
ISBN : 9781786820167
Genre : Drama
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‘She just needs to understand that it’s not her fault, that she’s not to blame, that she’s not a slut.’ Three women and two men swim in shame. Everyone’s exposed. Everyone wants revenge. No one’s talking about it. Five candid stories about image-based sexual abuse and all its many victims. BLUSH is a slap in the face and a call to arms.

The Psychological Significance Of The Blush

Author : W. Ray Crozier
ISBN : 9781107013933
Genre : Medical
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"The blush is a ubiquitous yet little understood phenomenon which can be triggered by a number of self-conscious emotions such as shame, embarrassment, shyness, pride and guilt. The field of psychology has seen a recent surge in the research of such emotions, yet blushing remains a relatively neglected area. This unique volume brings together leading researchers from a variety of disciplines to review emerging research on the blush, discussing in depth issues that have arisen and stimulating new theorising to indicate future directions for research. Topics covered include: the psychophysiology of the blush; developmental aspects; measurement issues; its evolutionary significance and the role of similar colour signals in the social life of other species; its relation to embarrassment, shame and social anxiety; and the rationale for and clinical trials of interventions to help people suffering from blushing phobia"--

Blush

Author : Suzanne Forster
ISBN : 0425151883
Genre : Fiction
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Desperate for the freedom and respect that her wealth, privilege, and beauty cannot buy, Augusta Featherstone undertakes a desperate gamble by arranging for her own abduction, but her captor is a mysterious stranger with his own dangerous agenda. Original.

A Blush Of Maidens A Foolishness Of Old Men

Author : William D. Skees
ISBN : 9780595421374
Genre : Fiction
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The small-town South and tobacco land. Incest, suicide, love, old men, old ways, Blacks, white folks, the Nixon administration from inside, travelling behind the Iron Curtain. Life ashore and at sea. Making fine art. WWII homecoming. Short stories, poems and essays in the manner of William Faulkner and Eudora Welty.

Blush

Author : Molly Davis
ISBN : 1942545746
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Whether meeting up for happy hour after a long day of work, catching up with a friend, unwinding after another day of parenting, sipping a glass while stealing time for a long, quiet soak in the tub, or commiserating over lost love, lost parents, lost jobs, lost years or lost waistlines, our wine feels like a sacred ritual that a lot of us can relate to. "We should get together for wine sometime soon." is so familiar that it is just part of our common vocabulary. What could be better than shared wine with good friends? Sometimes nothing! But that isn't what this book is about. This is a book about women and wine. It is not a book about alcoholism, and it is not a book about never drinking wine again. It is about awareness, not intervention, and is a thoughtful, reflective and whole-hearted invitation to explore our own relationships with wine. Talking about wine is trendy. Talking about drinking too much of it is not. In this honest, vulnerable and insightful book, Molly Davis suggests that wine, for her and perhaps for many women, has become a daily habit and coping mechanism, quietly wrapped in a lovely ritual. She wonders, when do we choose to drink wine to dull pain, avoid discomfort, cope with stress, and check out of reality? With courage, wisdom and wit, she generously shares her own answers to those questions, and invites us to join her in discovering our own. Rather than hide behind our wine, Molly Davis boldly encourages us to step fully into our own lives and bring to ourselves, and to a waiting world, all that we have to offer. Now that seems like a possibility worth toasting!

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