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Shopaholic Takes Manhattan

Author: Sophie Kinsella
Publisher: Dell Publishing Company
ISBN: 0440241812
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TV financial guru Becky Bloomwood has finally paid off her debts and credit card bills, until her boyfriend, Luke, invites her to accompany him when he moves to New York, and she discovers sample sales, power lunches, and Fifth Avenue.

The Second Noel

Author: Chautona Havig
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781981506446
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A scam, a scare, and two secret Santas-sorta. When one young woman learns that a local family got scammed out of thousands for a Diabetic Alert Dog for their little boy and must find the money for another one ASAP, she embarks on the seemingly impossible task of raising $25,000 dollars... Breanne Homestad- Determined, driven-fierce even. And after seeing what the town did for her nephew years ago, she's convinced that Fairbury needs to step it up and help again. Finding people to help-not so easy, but nothing worth doing ever is. Mark Keating-He and Breanne had one date. One, wonderful, perfect date. But he never called her again. Five years later, Mark finds himself working with her to help a little boy with medical needs-again. And, to his consternation, finds himself drawn to her even more than before. Breanne, friends, and Mark, who she still hasn't forgiven for that "date and dash," work to fulfill one little boy's Christmas wish-and maybe a second chance at romance.

Undercover Surrealism

Author: Dawn Ades
ISBN: 9781853322501
Size: 15.86 MB
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This work aims to re-invest some of the best-known modern masterpieces by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali and Alberto Giacometti with some of the explosive vitality of the cultural and intellectual climate in Paris in the late 1920s."

France The Dark Years 1940 1944

Author: Julian Jackson
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191622885
Size: 72.43 MB
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The French call them 'the Dark Years'... This definitive new history of Occupied France explores the myths and realities of four of the most divisive years in French history. Taking in ordinary people's experiences of defeat, collaboration, resistance, and liberation, it uncovers the conflicting memories of occupation which ensure that even today France continues to debate the legacy of the Vichy years.

Propaganda And Mass Persuasion

Author: Nicholas John Cull
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1576078205
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Entries provide information on the history, key propagandists, and techniques and concepts of propaganda.

Aliens Anorexia

Author: Chris Kraus
Publisher: Tuskar Rock Press
ISBN: 9781788160070
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First published in 2000, Aliens & Anorexia defined a female form of chance that is both emotional and radical. Unfolding like a set of Chinese boxes, with storytelling and philosophy informing each other, the novel weaves together the lives of earnest visionaries and failed artists. Its characters include Simone Weil, the first radical philosopher of sadness; the artist Paul Thek; Kraus herself; and 'Africa,' Kraus's virtual S&M partner, who is shooting a big-budget Hollywood film in Namibia while Kraus holes up in the Northwest woods to chronicle the failure of Gravity & Grace, her own low-budget independent film.In Aliens & Anorexia, Kraus makes a case for empathy as the ultimate perceptive tool, and reclaims anorexia from the psychoanalytic girl-ghetto of poor "self-esteem." Anorexia, Kraus writes, could be an attempt to leave the body altogether: a rejection of the cynicism that this culture hands us through its food. As Palle Yourgrau writes in the book's new foreword, 'Kraus's rescue operation for aliens like Weil from behind enemy lines on planet Earth is a gift, if, in the end, like all good deeds, it remains-as Weil herself would be the first to insist-a fool's errand.'

A History Of The Jews In America

Author: Howard M. Sachar
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0804150524
Size: 80.28 MB
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Spanning 350 years of Jewish experience in this country, A History of the Jews in America is an essential chronicle by the author of The Course of Modern Jewish History. With impressive scholarship and a riveting sense of detail, Howard M. Sachar tells the stories of Spanish marranos and Russian refugees, of aristocrats and threadbare social revolutionaries, of philanthropists and Hollywood moguls. At the same time, he elucidates the grand themes of the Jewish encounter with America, from the bigotry of a Christian majority to the tensions among Jews of different origins and beliefs, and from the struggle for acceptance to the ambivalence of assimilation.