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The Da Vinci Primer - Gay Roberts
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2007, ISBN: 9781904408215

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10A: Writers Digest Books. New. 2003. First Edition; First Printing. Softcover. 1582972702 . This specific softcover book is in new condition with a cover that has sharp edges and corners and a tight binding. The pages are clean, crisp, unmarked and uncreased . This is a remarkable book and is in new condition. ; Bestselling novelist David Morrell provides insights and advice learned during thirty years of writing and selling novels--insider secrets that are sure to help writers achieve the next level of literary success, whether they're just beginning or already published! With captivating anecdotes and thoughtful discussion, Morrell explores the basics of the writing craft, from structure and character to dialogue and style, allowing readers to look into the mind of an internationally-known bestselling novelist. He also examines how to get published, the business of writing and the steps for getting fiction translated into film.; 0.68 x 8.99 x 6.01 Inches; 243 pages ., Writers Digest Books, 2003, New York U. S. A.: Random House. As New in Fine dust jacket 2007. First Edition. Hardcover. Marfree, acidfree F/Fine 1stEd; few turned pps no names, not marked-in, underscored, clearance or discard. Mails from NYC usually within 12 hours. ; 9.1 x 6.5 x 1.2 inches; 284 pages; \nFrom Publishers Weekly Starred Review. Set in 17th-century China, See's fifth novel is a coming-of-age story, a ghost story, a family saga & a work of musical & social history. As Peony, the 15-year-old daughter of the wealthy Chen family, approaches an arranged marriage, she commits an unthinkable breach of etiquette when she accidentally comes upon a man who has entered the family garden. Unusually for a girl of her time, Peony has been educated & revels in studying The Peony Pavilion, a real opera published in 1598, as the repercussions of the meeting unfold. The novel's plot mirrors that of the opera, & eternal themes abound: an intelligent girl chafing against the restrictions of expected behavior; fiction's educative powers; the rocky path of love between lovers & in families. It figures into the plot that generations of young Chinese women, known as the lovesick maidens, became obsessed with The Peony Pavilion, and, in a Werther-like passion, many starved themselves to death. See (Snow Flower & the Secret Fan, etc. ) offers meticulous depiction of women's roles in Qing & Ming dynasty China (including horrifying foot-binding scenes) & vivid descriptions of daily Qing life, festivals & rituals. Peony's vibrant voice, perfectly pitched between the novel's historical & passionate depths, carries her story beautifully--in life & afterlife. © Reed. From The Washington Post Reviewed by Nicholas Delbanco Lisa See's new novel continues her exploration of the Chinese past. Peony in Love is in no formal sense related to her bestselling Snow Flower & the Secret Fan, or her memoir On Gold Mountain, but it profits from the same sensibility & comes from the same pen. This book has a three-part structure ("In the Garden, " "Roaming with the Wind, " & "Under the Plum Tree") & is deeply rooted in such texts as Tang Xianzu's opera "The Peony Pavilion, " first produced & published in 1598. Importantly, too, it derives from The Three Wives Commentary of 1694, "the first book of its kind to have been published anywhere in the world to have been written by women -- three wives, no less. " As historical fiction, Peony in Love attempts -- almost entirely successfully -- to immerse the reader in a world both strange & distant; whereas Snow Flower dealt with 19th-century China, the action of this book transpires two centuries before. See's love story takes as its narrator a girl dead at 16 & doomed to be a "hungry ghost" for decades until she can be "transformed into an ancestor. " That narrator, young Peony, is a beguiling mix of innocence & experience; we watch her both as the pampered & studious daughter of a wealthy family & as a starveling wisp of air who cannot negotiate corners & must avoid mirrors & swords. There's a prodigious amount of information here digested & conveyed. "I thought of the gifts my father would send with the pieces of pig, " Peony tells us, "sprigs of artemisia to expel evil influences before my arrival, pomegranates to symbolize my fertility, jujubes because the word sounded like having children quickly, & the seven grains, because the character for kernel was identical in writing & sound to offspring. " This comes as preparation for marriage. Peony dies before that ceremony can be consummated, however, & here is part of how -- still conscious, still serving as our narrator -- she is prepared for death: "Mama placed a thin sliver of jade in my mouth to safeguard my body. Second Aunt tucked coins & rice in my pockets so I might soothe the rabid dogs I'd meet on my way to the afterworld. Third Aunt covered my face with a thin piece of white silk. Fourth Aunt tied colored string around my waist to prevent me from carrying away any of our family's children & around my feet to restrain my body from leaping about should I be tormented by evil spirits on my journey. " That journey does seem strange. These characters cannot bear too much scrutiny; it's neve ., Random House, 2007, Plume. Paperback. New. Paperback. 384 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 7.3in. x 1.0in.From the New York Times bestselling author, a 30-day plan to a leaner body In the follow-up book to her bestselling Gorgeously Green, Sophie Uliano reveals the secrets to getting slim while being good to the planet . It turns out that eating local, organic, foods doesnt have to be expensive, and a healthy meal can be made in 30 minutes or less, all while shedding pounds. In her relatable, girlfriend-to-girlfriend tone, Uliano pledges that anyone can go green and lean, no matter where they live or what resources they have. Uliano recognizes that dieting and going green are big lifestyle changes and makes it easy for readers to commit to both by allowing them to personalize their plans according to their needs. The book has three diet plans-light green, bright green and deep green- that depend on how much time, travel, and money readers want to commit to going green. The three plans promise the same amount of weight loss, but the darker green the plan is, the greater the commitment the reader makes to reducing waste, going organic and staying carbon neutral. Each diet plan emphasizes natural, seasonal, whole foods that are not only better for the planet, but better for the body. Uliano explains how over-processed, over-produced foods contain fewer nutrients, are harder to digest and are more likely to be stored as fat. With 4-week eating plans for each shade of green, she shows readers how to wean themselves off of processed, manufactured foods and onto fresh vegetables and meat. The book recommends products, brands and websites and has over 100 recipes-every tool readers need to get lean while going green. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Plume, Bank House Books. Paperback. New. Paperback. 132 pages. Dimensions: 8.4in. x 5.5in. x 0.5in.CONFUSED YOU NEEDNT BE Most people come away from Dan Browns runaway bestseller, The Da Vinci Code, and the Hollywood blockbuster based up on it with a desire to know more. Theres a lot more ot know, but until now finding it out has involved hours of poring over weighty and impenetrable tomes, many by serious scholars, some by good guessers and a few by career mystifiers. Fortunately for us all, long-time armchair researcher and former Editor of The Rennes-le-Chateau Observer, GAY ROBERTS, has unravelled the separate threads and arranged them into what she calls an idiots guide. All of the various mysteries and ramifications connected with the tiny French village are summarised and related to the whole subject in an easily digestible form to bring the reader up to speed on the progress of research so far. Is it all tosh and conspiracy theories Or is it the route to revelations of earth-shattering significance Perhaps its neither - or both! This book puts you in possession of the basics you need to make your own mind up. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Bank House Books

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No binding. New. Audio book, no binding. Follow New York Times bestselling author Mary Roach, but be careful not to trip, as she weaves through personal anecdotes and everyday musings riddled with her uncanny wit and amazingly analytical eye. These essays, which found a well-deserved home with the pages of Readers Digest as the column, My Planet, detail the inner workings of hypochondriacs, hoarders, and compulsive cheapskates. For Roach, humor is hidden in the most unlikely places, which means that nothing is off limits. Whether she is dwelling on her aage or talking about the pros and consof a bedroom night light - A married couple can best be defined as a unite of people whose sleep habits are carefully engineered to keep each other awake - Roach finds a lesson, a slice of sarcasm, or a dash of something special that makes each day comical and absolutely priceless. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN, Momence,IL, Commerce,GA., CONFUSED? YOU NEEDN'T BE Most people come away from Dan Brown's runaway bestseller, 'The Da Vinci Code', and the Hollywood blockbuster based up on it with a desire to know more. There's a lot more ot know, but until now finding it out has involved hours of poring over weighty and impenetrable tomes, many by serious scholars, some by good guessers and a few by career mystifiers. Fortunately for us all, long-time armchair researcher and former Editor of The Rennes-le-Chateau Observer, GAY ROBERTS, has unravelled the separate threads and arranged them into what she calls an 'idiot's guide'. All of the various mysteries and ramifications connected with the tiny French village are summarised and related to the whole subject in an easily digestible form to bring the reader up to speed on the progress of research so far. Is it all tosh and conspiracy theories? Or is it the route to revelations of earth-shattering significance? Perhaps it's neither - or both! This book puts you in possession of the basics you need to make your own mind up. Weight:0.39 lbs, Bank House Books, 6/9/2006 0:00:00

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The Da Vinci Primer
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Roberts, Gay

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The Da Vinci Primer

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1904408214

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781904408215
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1904408214
Gebundene Ausgabe
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2006
Herausgeber: BANK HOUSE BOOKS
132 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,177 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1904408214

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