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Shirley

Author : Charlotte Brontë
ISBN : BSB:BSB10573180
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Shirley

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Coda For Shirley

Author : Geoff Page
ISBN : 9781921869303
Genre : Poetry
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Coda for Shirley follows the problems that ensue after the 90 year-old protagonist Shirley leaves her money to her two grandsons as opposed to her pair of problematic daughters.

Institutional Racism

Author : Shirley Better
ISBN : 0742560163
Genre : Social Science
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In the United States the economic exploitation of non-white groups has included the reliance on African American slave labor by Southern plantation owners, the systematic removal of Native Americans from their homelands to make room for white settlers, and the relegation of non-white workers to the most low-paid, dangerous and dirty jobs. Through numerous examples Shirley Better demonstrates that racism is embedded within the fabric of American society, restricting equal access to educational opportunities, employment, and housing. Having outlined the causes and effects of institutional racism, the Better presents numerous strategies for individuals and groups to combat this pervasive social problem.

Allein Mit Shirley

Author : Jonathan Coe
ISBN : 9783955304737
Genre : Fiction
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Die Winshaws sind exemplarische Sieger der Gesellschaft: Hilary, die erfolgssüchtige Klatschkolumnistin; Roddy, der gerissene Kunsthändler; Henry, der Labour-Politiker; Dorothy, die unerbittliche Regentin über ein Fast-Food-Imperium. Und sie alle vertuschen ein blutiges Geheimnis, dessen Hintergründe nur die alte Tante Tabitha kennt, die man sicherheitshalber für verrückt erklärt hat: Sie ist davon überzeugt, daß ihr Bruder Godfrey im Zweiten Weltkrieg nicht gefallen ist, sondern auf Geheiß eines Familienmitglieds ermordet wurde. Im Sommer 1990 beginnt der junge Schriftsteller Michael Owen seine Auftragsarbeit an der offiziellen Biographie des Winshaw-Clans. Je näher er der wahren Geschichte seiner Hauptdarsteller kommt, desto mehr verschmilzt diese mit dem Plot eines Films, den Michael dreißig Jahre zuvor als kleiner Junge gesehen hat: 'Eine Leiche auf Urlaub', mit der wunderschönen Shirley Eaton in der Hauptrolle. Sie ließ seiner Phantasie seit damals keine Ruhe mehr . . .

C Sar Shirley Co

Author : Michael Moos
ISBN : 9783837057683
Genre : Pets
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Michael Moos, Jahrgang 1956, hat 1975 den Beruf des Bankkaufmanns in Wiesbaden gelernt. Infolge einer Umstrukturierung ist er 1991 bei der Wiesbadener Bank ausgeschieden. Nach einer Kontrolltätigkeit bei einer Bankenübernahme in Frankfurt/Main 1992 hat er sich 1993 mit einer kleinen Hundepension selbständig gemacht. Michael Moos wuchs in seiner Kindheit ohne Hunde auf. 1974 schaffte sich seine Großmutter einen Dalmatinerwelpen mit dem klangvollen Namen Cäsar an. Dieser Hund entwickelte sich durch unglückliche Umstände zu einem schwierigen und für andere Menschen gefährlichen Hund. Nach dem Tod seiner Großmutter 1978 nahm er den Hund zu sich. Es begann eine schwierige Zeit der Umerziehung des Hundes. Nachdem Cäsar 1989 gestorben war, wollte Michael Moos aus beruflichen Gründen keinen Hund mehr halten. Nachdem sich Anfang 1993 abzeichnete, dass die Chancen auf einen dauerhaften Arbeitsplatz für Michael Moos sehr gering waren, begann er im Sommer 1993 Hunde in Pflege zu nehmen. Sein erster Pflegehund war die Samojedenhündin Shirley, welche er ein Jahr später von ihrem Besitzer geschenkt bekam.

Shirley Jackson

Author : Bernice M. Murphy
ISBN : 9780786423125
Genre : Literary Criticism
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"This collection of essays widens the scope of Jackson scholarship with new writing on works such as The road through the wall and We have always lived in the castle and topics from Jackson's domestic fiction to ethics, cosmology, and eschatology. The book makes available some of the significant Jackson scholarship published in the last two decades"--Provided by publisher.

Shirley And Silly Sam

Author : Jeffrey Hastings
ISBN : 9780595365821
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Shirley the responsible leader follows Silly Sam the always zany, fearless squirrel, on an adventure after finding a treasure map. They discover a lost city of animals. These animals tell their stories of how they escaped a military genetics' lab and their fight of survival against their arch nemesis Cirus the hawk. After a terrible event Silly Sam is called upon Aleric, the leader of the lost squirrels to defeat the Hawks once and for all.

Finding Shirley

Author : Susan Stanich
ISBN : 9781602664647
Genre : Religion
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Excerpt from Finding Shirley: This is my first meeting with Jim since agreeing to do this book. I am a little wary, hoping I haven't made a mistake. What if it turns out he is a real crackpot? Or just another small-minded bigot? But so far, so good. Finding Shirley is only marginally about Shirley Johnson, although her very real travails and her emergence from them (largely through the steadfast commitment of Jim Esala, the subject of this book) are recounted here. Mainly, this book is about Jim's conservative Christian life - as told by a skeptical liberal who had signed onto an American Civil Liberties Union lawsuit to get the Ten Commandments removed from public property. These two very different people came together to produce his biography, and their differences are recorded here. But they learned to bridge misconceptions and prejudices and to appreciate one another's differences; and in so doing, they found deeply common ground and became genuine and respectful friends. Jim Esala is a Navy veteran of World War II, a retired florist who also worked as Great Lakes sailor, carpenter and construction worker. He was a pioneer both in missionary work and in establishing churches in northeastern Minnesota. However, the pulpit was not for him, and he returned to his true calling: helping others directly in his "marketplace" ministry. Perhaps the most revealing evidence of his selfless work during his long life is that dozens of people truly consider him to be their best friend. Susan Stanich is an award-winning reporter who worked as staff writer for the Duluth News Tribune, freelance feature writer and stringer for the Washington Post, and editor of two biweekly newspapers. She is author of short stories and screenplays, and co-author of a travel book, Insiders Guide to the Lake Superior Region.

Classic Shirley Temple Paper Dolls In Full Color

Author : Grayce Piemontesi
ISBN : 0486251934
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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This collection of classic Shirley Temple paper dolls reprints two rare books published in the 1930s. Includes three lifelike dolls varying in size from 20 7/8" (covers two pages) to 5 7/8" and 18 delightful outfits: pleated and ruffled party dresses; pinafores for home and school; sunsuits for the beach and backyard; belted raincoat; perky sailor suit; and many accessories.

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