The New York Times bestselling author of Her Last Flight returns with the story of another Schuyler sister, a young woman embroiled in politics, passion, and dangerous secrets.... In the summer of 1966, Christina “Tiny” Hardcastle stands on the brink of a breathtaking future. Unlike her spirited sisters, Tiny was the consummate well-behaved debutant, poised and picture-perfect, raised to serve as a consort to a great man. Now, as her handsome husband, Frank, runs for a Massachusetts seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, that long-sought destiny lies nearly within reach. But behind her glamorous facade, Tiny’s flawless life is cracking. She and Frank both have secrets in their pasts that could shatter their political ambitions and the intricate truce of their marriage. So when two unwelcome visitors arrive at the Hardcastle family’s Cape Cod estate—Frank’s cousin Caspian, a Vietnam war hero who knows a thing or two about Tiny’s hidden past, and an envelope containing incriminating photographs—Tiny is forced into a reckless gamble against a house that always, always wins…
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Black Swan meets Pretty Little Liars in this drama-packed debut about three perfect girls who will do anything to be the prima ballerina at their elite New York ballet school.
Is literature androgynous? Can a language used by men effectively express women's perceptions? This book debates the presence of a distinctive female style, voice, or content in the literature written by women from the middle ages to the twentieth century. Mary Wollstonecraft and Fanny Bur-ney wrote on the linguistic difficulties of women's prose; Virginia Woolf expressed hopes for an androgynous literary future. The authors of Gender and Literary Voice consider thematic and stylistic differences and then range themselves on both sides of this debate. The role of female experi-ence; the passive mode; female appropriation of traditionally male forms of literature such as the bildtingsroman: semantic idiosyncrasies -- these are the elusive topics raised by contemporary critics of women's literature. Among the contributors to this important volume of feminist criticism are Joyce Carol Oates, Judith Wilt, Marilyn Butler, and Mary Ann Caws.
Black Swan meets Pretty Little Liars in this book set in an elite New York ballet school. Now a major Netflix series. Being a dancer at New York's most elite ballet school isn't easy. Everyone wants to be the prima ballerina, and sometimes you have to play dirty. With the competition growing fiercer with every performance and harmless pranks growing ever darker, Bette, June and Gigi find themselves battling it out to stay at the top. And it's only a matter of time before one small spark ignites... and even the best get burned...
Collects interviews with people recalling pivotal moments in their lives, offering their insights about careers, love, money, family, kindness, education, and adventure, and telling how to create a life without regrets.
A collection of facts, one for each day of the year covering nature, science, geography, history, religion, customs and traditions, and much more.
A baker's dozen of poems and pictures, depicting the world of tiny little things - their habitats, their various behaviors, their lives and loves. After 33 pages you will know more about tiny little things than you would ever have thought possible.
This is an affectionate yet clear-eyed biography of Beckett, written by poet, broadcaster and comic novelist Anthony Cronin. Whilst recognising Beckett's achievements, Cronin attempts to look beyond the myths and stereotypes.
- Author : Minjung Sŏrim. P'yŏnjipkuk
- Publisher : Hollym International
- Release Date : 2003
- Genre : Reference
- Pages : 3017
- ISBN : UCSD:31822034455014
The Essence Korean-English Dictionary along with its companion volume, the Essence English-Korean Dictionary, was chosen as the best in quality and most comprehensive in scope for English speaking people to be published in the United States of America. These dictionaries have enjoyed such a superior reception in Korea, it would be fair to say that almost everyone in Korea has grown up with them.
- Author : Anonim
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 2007
- Genre : American literature
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : IND:30000122941275
In a revealing and touching autobiography, the author describes her desolate childhood in Hungry Neck, South Carolina, during which she suffered unspeakable torments, and then recounts her miraculous rebirth into a family of love. Reprint.