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Wilder And Some Connecting Especially Some Ware Families In The Southeastern United States Of America

Author : William Murtha Wilder
ISBN : WISC:89062464847
Genre : Reference
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Wilder

Author : Christina Dodd
ISBN : 9781405512886
Genre : Fiction
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As a young man, Aleksandr Wilder abandoned his duty - and for that lapse, he was tortured, tormented . . . and transformed. Now he prowls the tunnels beneath the city, fighting on the frontline against the forces of hell, never daring to dream that he can live as a man again. After seven years fighting the world's ultimate evil, Chosen One Charisma Fangorn has become a tough, strong warrior without illusions or joy; even her gift of hearing the earthsong has faded. Deaf to her own instincts, she never suspects that a monster lurks in the dark underneath the streets. When Aleksandr finds Charisma under attack, he rescues and cares for her, and hope stirs once more in his heart . . . and in the world. But in the secret recesses of his soul, he knows the truth. A woman so exceptional could never love a beast - could she? Discover Piatkus Entice: temptation at your fingertips - www.piatkusentice.co.uk

The Annals Of Kansas

Author : DANIEL W. WILDER
ISBN : UOMDLP:afk4438:0001.001
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Thornton Wilder

Author : Harold Bloom
ISBN : 9781438116518
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Thornton Wilder had a gift for framing random and ordinary moments of life, an effect he perfected for his audiences. This volume gathers together some of the most respected criticism on the author's work. Examined texts include Our Town and The

Farther And Wilder

Author : Blake Bailey
ISBN : 9780307962201
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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From the prizewinning biographer of Richard Yates and John Cheever, here is the fascinating biography of Charles Jackson, the author of The Lost Weekend—a writer whose life and work encapsulated what it meant to be an addict and a closeted gay man in mid-century America, and what one had to do with the other. Charles Jackson’s novel The Lost Weekend—the story of five disastrous days in the life of alcoholic Don Birnam—was published in 1944 to triumphant success. Within five years it had sold nearly half a million copies in various editions, and was added to the prestigious Modern Library. The actor Ray Milland, who would win an Oscar for his portrayal of Birnam, was coached in the ways of drunkenness by the novel’s author—a balding, impeccably groomed middle-aged man who had been sober since 1936 and had no intention of going down in history as the author of a thinly veiled autobiography about a crypto-homosexual drunk. But The Lost Weekend was all but entirely based on Jackson’s own experiences, and Jackson’s valiant struggles fill these pages. He and his handsome gay brother, Fred (“Boom”), grew up in the scandal-plagued village of Newark, New York, and later lived in Europe as TB patients, consorting with aristocratic café society. Jackson went on to work in radio and Hollywood, was published widely, lived in the Hotel Chelsea in New York City, and knew everyone from Judy Garland and Billy Wilder to Thomas Mann and Mary McCarthy. A doting family man with two daughters, Jackson was often industrious and sober; he even became a celebrated spokesman for Alcoholics Anonymous. Yet he ultimately found it nearly impossible to write without the stimulus of pills or alcohol and felt his devotion to his work was worth the price. Rich with incident and character, Farther & Wilder is the moving story of an artist whose commitment to bringing forbidden subjects into the popular discourse was far ahead of his time. From the Hardcover edition.

Thornton Wilder And The Puritan Narrative Tradition

Author : Lincoln Konkle
ISBN : 0826264972
Genre : Literary Criticism
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"Fresh examination of the works of Thornton Wilder emphasizing continuities in American literature from the seventeenth through twentieth centuries. Sees Wilder as a literary descendant of Edward Taylor who drew from the Puritan worldview and tradition. Includes indepth readings of Shadow of a Doubt, The Trumpet Shall Sound, and others"--Provided by publisher.

Billy Wilder

Author : Glenn Hopp
ISBN : 3822815950
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This biography of director Billy Wilder (""Sunset Boulevard, Some Like it Hot"") contains movie posters, a bibliography and a complete filmography.

Wheeling And Dealing

Author : Esther I. Wilder
ISBN : 0826515355
Genre : Medical
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WHEELING AND DEALING evalutes the appropriateness of the biomedical and social models of understanding disability. 32 men and women living with spinal cord injury discuss their experiences and views on a wide range of topics including physical health, sexuality, dating, friendship, education, employment, religion and spirituality, and political and social ideologies. While respondents opinions challenge many widely-held myths about the disability, their views, are often at odds with those of disability activist scholars in the field.

Topology Of Manifolds

Author : Raymond Louis Wilder
ISBN : 0821874659
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The Rediscovered Writings Of Rose Wilder Lane Literary Journalist

Author : Rose Wilder Lane
ISBN : 9780826265838
Genre : American prose literature
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"Famous as the editor of her mother's Little House books, Rose Wilder Lane worked for fifty years as a literary journalist, traveling widely and commenting on a broad range of topics. Amy Mattson Lauters has collected examples of Lane's literary nonfiction articles that have been unavailable since their original publication"--Provided by publisher.

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