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Passin Through

Author : Louis L'Amour
ISBN : 0553899570
Genre : Fiction
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It seemed the perfect place to lie low. The owner of the ranch was an attractive gray-haired lady who had once been an actress. The other woman was a beautiful, fragile-seeming blonde. They needed repairs done, and he needed to disappear for a while. The first sign that things were not as they should be was when a Pinkerton man questioned him about a missing woman. Then he accidentally found a will belonging to the previous owner of the ranch. After that, a young lady showed up in town making claims that the place belonged to her. Worried that his hideout was turning into a battleground, he didn’t know what would be more dangerous, staying or leaving. For a man interested only in passin’ through, he suddenly found himself entangled in a deadly struggle…. From the Paperback edition.

Just Passin Thru

Author : Winton Porter
ISBN : 0897329120
Genre : Travel
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Like a well-crafted stage play, Just Passin' Thru delivers one suspenseful scene after another. But in this historic setting -- a store on the Appalachian Trail called Mountain Crossings -- the characters who show up are no fictional creations. They are the real-life stars of the author's new life as a backpack-purging, canteen-selling, hostel-running, bandage-taping, lost-child finding, argument-settling, romance-fixing, chili-making man of many faces. Like any good drama, there are the good guys (and gals) and the weirdos, too. Some show up once (and that's enough), and some appear again and again. Some are friends, and some dangerous. But all are united by two things: the author's story-capturing talent, and whatever it is that lures them to attempt (or conquer) a 2,200-mile path that climbs and plummets from Georgia to Maine.

Allan Dwan And The Rise And Decline Of The Hollywood Studios

Author : Frederic Lombardi
ISBN : 9780786490400
Genre : Performing Arts
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It could be said that the career of Canadian-born film director Allan Dwan (1885–1981) began at the dawn of the American motion picture industry. Originally a scriptwriter, Dwan became a director purely by accident. Even so, his creativity and problem-solving skills propelled him to the top of his profession. He achieved success with numerous silent film performers, most spectacularly with Douglas Fairbanks Sr. and Gloria Swanson, and later with such legendary stars as Shirley Temple and John Wayne. Though his star waned in the sound era, Dwan managed to survive through pluck and ingenuity. Considering himself better off without the fame he enjoyed during the silent era, he went on to do some of his best work for second-echelon studios (notably Republic Pictures’ Sands of Iwo Jima) and such independent producers as Edward Small. Along the way, Dwan also found personal happiness in an unconventional manner. Rich in detail with two columns of text in each of its nearly 400 pages, and with more than 150 photographs, this book presents a thorough examination of Allan Dwan and separates myth from truth in his life and films.

Angela Carter And The Fairy Tale

Author : Danielle Marie Roemer
ISBN : 0814329055
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A diverse collection of essays, artwork, interviews, and fiction on Angela Carter.

Ghost Town

Author : Robert Coover
ISBN : 0802136664
Genre : Fiction
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A Western town takes on a life of its own when a stranger rides in and is drawn into a series of brawls, gunfights, and train robberies while becoming entangled with a saloon singer and a schoolmistress, with whom he falls in love.

Do You Really Think I Want To Annoy You

Author : Patricia Ritz
ISBN : 9781490831381
Genre : Religion
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This book is about Pat’s journey and her search through most of her life for a church where she could fit in, be able to be herself spiritually, and not annoy people. In the autobiographical chapters about her life and her searching, Pat hopes will give you some insight into her personality that has driven her to write Do You Really Think I Want to Annoy You? When you are bursting at the seams to share the light that now shines in your heart with those you love—immediate family, extended family, church family, and friends—it is impossible, she has found, not to annoy people. She hopes this book will help those in her life and those she has never met to see that the light of God’s Spirit is meant to be for everyone.

The Griffith Project Films Produced In 1916 18

Author : Paolo Cherchi Usai
ISBN : UVA:X004908910
Genre : Performing Arts
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Complete output of D.W. Griffith expored by ateam of international scholars.

Crafting Short Screenplays That Connect

Author : Claudia H Johnson
ISBN : 9781317818748
Genre : Performing Arts
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Crafting Short Screenplays That Connect, Fourth Edition stands alone among screenwriting books by emphasizing that human connection, though often overlooked, is as essential to writing effective screenplays as conflict. This groundbreaking book will show you how to advance and deepen your screenwriting skills, increasing your ability to write richer, more resonant short screenplays that will connect with your audience. With her candid, conversational style, award-winning writer and director Claudia Hunter Johnson teaches you the all-important basics of dramatic technique and guides you through the challenging craft of writing short screenplays with carefully focused exercises of increasing length and complexity. In completing these exercises and applying Claudia’s techniques and insights to your own work, you will learn how to think more deeply about the screenwriter’s purpose, craft effective patterns of human change, and strengthen your storytelling skills. This new edition has been expanded and updated to include: A companion website ( with ten award-winning short films featured in the book, including two outstanding, all-new short films—Intercambios and the Student-Emmy-Award-winning Underground A new chapter on scene and structure that will help you find the right structure for your short screenplay A new chapter on crafting effective dialogue and subtext that will teach you to make the most of every word and add further depth to your script

Who S Afraid Of Relativism The Church And Postmodern Culture

Author : James K. A. Smith
ISBN : 9781441245762
Genre : Religion
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Following his successful Who's Afraid of Postmodernism? leading Christian philosopher James K. A. Smith introduces the philosophical sources behind postliberal theology. Offering a provocative analysis of relativism, Smith provides an introduction to the key voices of pragmatism: Ludwig Wittgenstein, Richard Rorty, and Robert Brandom. Many Christians view relativism as the antithesis of absolute truth and take it to be the antithesis of the gospel. Smith argues that this reaction is a symptom of a deeper theological problem: an inability to honor the contingency and dependence of our creaturehood. Appreciating our created finitude as the condition under which we know (and were made to know) should compel us to appreciate the contingency of our knowledge without sliding into arbitrariness. Saying "It depends" is not the equivalent of saying "It's not true" or "I don't know." It is simply to recognize the conditions of our knowledge as finite, created, social beings. Pragmatism, says Smith, helps us recover a fundamental Christian appreciation of the contingency of creaturehood. This addition to an acclaimed series engages key thinkers in modern philosophy with a view to ministry and addresses the challenge of relativism in a creative, original way.

It Didn T Play In Peoria

Author : Gregory H. Wahl
ISBN : 9781439614167
Genre : History
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"Will it play in Peoria?" was an old Vaudeville phrase meaning, "Will it appeal to the average person?" The Illinois city has gained fame through the years, but more often as the butt of jokes or as an example of the typical Middle American town than through any recognition of its many accomplishments. But it had greatness in its grasp, and more than once. Peoria boasts a string of close brushes with prosperity, any one of which could have made it a Chicago or a St. Louis. Charles Lindbergh, for example, first approached Peoria for backing for his historic flight, but the town's moneymen refused him and his Spirit of Peoria, perhaps losing a chance at the airline industry as well.

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