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The She - Carol Plum-Ucci
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1995, ISBN: 9780152054533

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New York: Perennial, 1987. Loop's Progress is an uproarious novel about coming of age that reflects the gritty reality of modern urban America. Through a narrative that loops and winds with the elliptic brilliance of Gabriel Garcia Marquez and the wacky logic of John Kennedy Toole, there emerges the story of Jarvis Loop's youth and adolescence in a working-class neighborhood that has deteriorated until it is little more than a slum. The memorable cast of characters includes Red, Jarvis's larger-than-life father, who dominates his family with his warmth and incipient violence; Jarvis's mother, Helen, who keeps a bevy of religious statuary in her living room; Neda, his three-hundred-pound sister, who devours books as fast as she does chocolate; and an entirely original assortment of neighbours and friends.. First. Trade Paperback. Near Fine. Fiction. Fiction. Catalogs: Fiction., Perennial, 1987, Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1991. Paperbound . 2nd Edition. BINDING/CONDITION: a trade-size paperback; Very Good condition. Some illustrations are found within the text, which is then followed by a 185 page black and white photo section. This is Bollingen Series XLVII (Forty-seventh in the series) This was originally published in 1955, this second edition in 1963. This is a later printing of the 1972 paperback edition. From the publisher's blurb: ''Loving and nurturing or hostile and devouring, the Great Mother is explored as a primordial image of the human psyche in this book by renowned analytical psychologist Erich Neumann. Here he examines how this archetype has been outwardly expressed in many culture san period since prehistory drawing on ritual, mythology, art, and records of dreams and fantasies. Through ha wealth of descriptive passages and reproductions of artistic works ranging from Paleolithic tone carvings to the sculptures of Epstein and Moore, Neumann shows how the feminine ahs been represented: as goddess, monster, gate, pillar, tree, moon, sun, vessel, and every animal from snake to bird.'' 8vo (about 9 inches tall) 379 + 185 pages. Bibliography, index., Princeton University Press, 1991, Paperback. New. The first in a brand new series introduces Kiki Carlow, a woman on a mission to create her perfect wedding. Kiki Carlow is shocked but delighted when boyfriend Thom proposes. Planning a wedding is easy, right? That's as long as you ignore: 1. The utterly bankrupting price of the only dress you'll ever truly love. 2. Your suddenly pregnant sister - surprise! 3. The celebrity wedding you're covering for work which is devouring your every waking thought. 4. The Mother of the Bride. Entirely. Kiki soon discovers that planning the perfect wedding might just bring total chaos to the rest of her life. Can she stop being a Bridezilla in time to marry the man she loves? Heart-warming and hilarious, The Wedding Diaries will make you laugh, cry, and want to watch Bridesmaids all over again..., Paperback. New. Aimee and Alan have unusual pasts and secrets they prefer to keep hidden. Aimee's deceased mother struggled with mental illness and hallucinations, and Aimee thinks it could be hereditary. After all, she sees a shadowy river man where there isn't one. And then there was that time she and her best friend Courtney tried to conjure a spirit with a Ouija board ...Alan is Courtney's cousin. His family moved to Maine when Courtney's father went missing. It's not just Alan's dark good looks that make him attractive. He is also totally in touch with a kind of spiritual mysticism from his Native American heritage. And it's not long before Aimee has broken up with her boyfriend ...But it's not Aimee or Alan who is truly haunted - it's Courtney. In a desperate plea to find her father, Courtney invites a demonic presence into her life. Together, Aimee and Alan must exorcise the ghost, before it devours Courtney - and everything around her., Overlook TP, 1995. Paperback. Good. So many pyramids of acclaim have been built around Jean Renoir, director of Grand Illusion, The Rules of the Game, and The River, that the man and his films often seem removed and sterile. But Renoir was a real entertainer as well as a major filmmaker; poignancy and comedy were of equal importance to him. Throwing off the shackles of austerity, Ronald Bergen has written an intimate biography of the filmmaker. He recounts the details of Renoir's event-filled life in an easy, fluid style that makes this book easy to devour and hard to put down. Paperback - 1995 - good condition - - used books, secondhand books, out of print books, hard to find books, for sale, second-hand books, college books, student books, nonfiction, first edition, signed copies, non-fiction books delivered world wide. From Publishers Weekly Jean Renoir (1894-1979), a ceramicist turned filmmaker, married Catherine Hessling--the vivacious model who had cared for his ailing father, Impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir--and made her the star of his films. In this impressive critical biography, written with the cooperation of the director's son Alain, Catherine is portrayed as an unloving, vengeful, sexually cold mate who hated being a mother. This revealing portrait traces Renoir's support of the French Communist Party, his escape from Nazi-occupied France in 1940 with Dido Freire, who became his second wife, his trying years in Hollywood, where he was treated as a novice or a spoiled brat, and his return to France and his cultural roots. Bergan, coauthor of Faber Companion to Foreign Films , deftly illuminates Renoir's fluent, compassionate, poetic naturalism. Photos. Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title., Overlook TP, 1995, Horizon Book Promotions, 1989. Horizon Book Promotions 1989 First Edition Stated NL with "1" New/New DJ Like a box of chocolates, this short novel by McCullough is seductive and satisfying; readers will want to devour it in one sitting. Set in the early 1900s in the tiny town of Byron, nestled in the Australia's Blue Mountains, it tells of the blossoming of Missy Wright, 33-year-old spinster and poor relation of the town's ruling family, the Hurlingfords. Missy, her widowed mother and crippled aunt live in genteel poverty, victims of the Hurlingford inheritance policy that gives riches and power to the male members of the family, who heartlessly abuse the women they dominate. Plain, painfully thin and doomed to dress always in serviceable brown, shockingly dark-haired in a clan of luminous blondes, Missy seems fated for da dreary future until a distant cousin, a divorcee, arrives from Sydney. Under her tutelage, Missy acquires spunk, hope and the means to a happy ending. This is an endearing tale, . First Edition Stated NL with "1". Hardcover. New/New DJ., Horizon Book Promotions, 1989, Newton Abbot: Readers' Union, 1971 Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. First Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 319pp, 15 b/w ills. Foxed pes, 4 small bumps. Reveals the guilt and loneliness of a successful man dominated by a devouring, ambitious and puritanical mother. Contains previously unavailable material. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Newton Abbot: Readers' Union, 1971, HMH Books for Young Readers. Paperback. New. Paperback. 372 pages. Dimensions: 6.9in. x 5.0in. x 1.2in.On a rainy night eight years ago, Evan Barretts parents were lost at sea. In horror, he listened to their frantic Mayday calls on the ship-to-shore radio, to his mothers cries for mercy--and to the deafening shrieks that answered her back. Now seventeen, Evan has gone in search of answers to his parents strange disappearance. The only explanation that makes any sense to him is that they were swallowed up by The She, a legendary sea creature that devours ships. But when Evans quest for the truth uncovers shocking allegations against his parents, he must deal with the possibility that everything he knows about his family is a lie. Includes a readers guide. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN, Momence,IL, Commerce,GA., HMH Books for Young Readers

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I sat down in physics class two days before Thanksgiving and went through this trail of amazingly satisfying thoughts. First, it was my last physics class before a four-day holiday. Second, the view out the window almost made the class worth having. There's something about old, tall buildings and taller, new buildings, and cabs, and horns, and traffic rushing along JFK Boulevard that is almost as good as television. After Thanksgiving, Christmas lights and store windows would be a decent enough distraction to keep physics boredom from killing me. Which brought me to my final satisfying thought: I considered it my solemn duty to amuse my friends and fellow humans in the meantime, and some fun with physics was on its way. People were groaning because Mr. Maddox had come in with his laptop, which meant a Maddox superdeluxe-o PowerPoint presentation (super in his opinion only). I had "borrowed" a copy of his file to make it less sleep worthy, and I now was doing my straight-face relaxation exercises. All my friends say I have some genius for disrupting classes, but that's not really true-there's just one major trick involved. It is majorly important to keep a completely straight face. Mr. Maddox lowered the lights, and up on the big-screen TV we saw, MR. MADDOX'S SUPERDELUXE-O PHYSICS IN MOTION, FEATURING... People were yawning. I yawned, looked at Harley Ehrlich, and winked. She did a double take, having seen the wink. Then she groaned and whispered, "Are we going to have pea soup dripping from the ceiling again? If so, I don't know how you expect him to see it in the dark." I kept my bored face. She cracked up. She said once that the more bored I look, the better it is. FEATURING...SISTER AMOEBULAS...THE SCIENTIFIC NUN. And there beside Mr. Maddox's superdeluxe-o lettering was his little animated nun icon, which he had fallen in love with back in September. She zipped across all his slides, pointing at this and that with superdeluxe-o sound effects. We'd quit wondering back in September if the superdeluxe-o sound effects would have Sister Amoebulas quacking like a duck or breaking glass or honking like a car horn. Mr. Maddox clicked to the first screen, which was supposed to explain to us the difference between the guts of a proton and the guts of an electron. Harley sat forward slowly, staring. She had noticed, though I'm not sure anyone else had yet. This nun icon was just slightly different than Sister Amoebulas. A little taller and thinner. "You touched his nun?" Harley turned to me. "In a Catholic school? I'd have left the nun alone and had my fun with some other graphic." But she didn't understand the whole story. The night before I had seen up on farts.com this little nun character that looked alarmingly like Sister Amoebulas, only with a whole new and different set of sound effects. I was a victim of circumstance. "They call her Sister Mary Flatulence," I whispered. "She's...a rip?" Children's & Young Adult Fiction Children's & Young Adult Fiction eBook, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

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It only took one little tab of LSD to open the mental door 17-year-old Evan Barrett slammed shut the night his parents disappeared beneath the ocean eight years ago. As he unknowingly ingested the drug put into his drink as a prank, the whole horrible evening unfolded again: the violent storm, the frantic mayday from his parents that came through on the family's ship-to-shore radio, the hopelessness of knowing that there was nothing he or his older brother Emmett could do. Now that the demons of his past have been re-awakened, Evan must confront his fear by discovering once and for all what really happened to his parents. Was it a botched attempt to fake their deaths due to an imminent drug-smuggling investigation by the DEA, as pragmatic Emmett believes? Or something more other-worldly? Ever since he was little, Evan has heard stories about a shrieking, ship-eating sea hag who lies in wait for victims off the Jersey shore. Called Ella Diablo Agujero by the locals, Evan simply knows her as The She. Could her scream have been the last thing his parents ever heard? Evan is determined to find out, come hell, high water, or both. While Carol Plum-Ucci's writing style is often overly verbose and dialogue-heavy, adolescents nevertheless continue to be drawn to her complex mysteries that, like The She, blend real life with the supernatural. This thought-provoking page turner will leave teens questioning the meaning of intuition, the definition of truth, and the often slim lin horror,teen and young adult,teen halloween Horror, HMH Books for Young Readers

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It only took one little tab of LSD to open the mental door 17-year-old Evan Barrett slammed shut the night his parents disappeared beneath the ocean eight years ago. As he unknowingly ingested the drug put into his drink as a prank, the whole horrible evening unfolded again: the violent storm, the frantic mayday from his parents that came through on the family's ship-to-shore radio, the hopelessness of knowing that there was nothing he or his older brother Emmett could do. Now that the demons of his past have been re-awakened, Evan must confront his fear by discovering once and for all what really happened to his parents. Was it a botched attempt to fake their deaths due to an imminent drug-smuggling investigation by the DEA, as pragmatic Emmett believes? Or something more other-worldly? Ever since he was little, Evan has heard stories about a shrieking, ship-eating sea hag who lies in wait for victims off the Jersey shore. Called Ella Diablo Agujero by the locals, Evan simply knows her as The She. Could her scream have been the last thing his parents ever heard? Evan is determined to find out, come hell, high water, or both. While Carol Plum-Ucci's writing style is often overly verbose and dialogue-heavy, adolescents nevertheless continue to be drawn to her complex mysteries that, like The She, blend real life with the supernatural. This thought-provoking page turner will leave teens questioning the meaning of intuition, the definition of truth, and the often slim lin horror,teen and young adult Horror, HMH Books for Young Readers

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The She
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Plum-Ucci, Carol

Titel:

The She

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9780152054533

It's been eight years since Evan's parents disappeared at sea. Searching for answers, Evan wonders if they were swallowed up by The She, the she-devil of legend that devours ships off the New Jersey coast.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780152054533
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0152054537
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Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2005
Herausgeber: HARCOURT BRACE & CO
354 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,254 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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