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Letters For Emily

Author: Camron Wright
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You are so young. You may wonder what an old man like me could teach? I wonder as well. I certainly don't claim to know all the answers. I'm barely figuring out the questions....Life has a strange way of repeating itself and I want my experience to help you. I want to make a difference. My hope is that you'll consider my words and remember my heart. Harry Whitney is dying. And in the process, he's losing his mind. Afflicted with Alzheimer's disease, he knows his "good" time is dwindling. Wishing to be remembered as more than an ailing old man, Harry realizes the greatest gift he can pass on is the wisdom of his years, the jumbled mix of experiences and emotions that add up to a life. And so he compiles a book of his poems for his favorite granddaughter, Emily, in the hope that his words might somehow heal the tenuous relationships in a family that is falling apart. But Harry's poems contain much more than meets the eye....As Emily and her family discover, intricate messages are hidden in them, clues and riddles that lead to an extraordinary cache of letters, and even a promise of hidden gold. Are they the ramblings of a man losing touch with reality? Or has Harry given them a gift more valuable than any of them could have guessed? As Harry's secrets are uncovered one by one, his family learns about romance, compassion, and hope -- and together they set out to search for something priceless, a shining prize to treasure forever. They may grow closer in spirit or be torn apart by greed...but their lives will be undeniably altered by Harry's words in his letters for Emily.


Letters for Emily

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Afflicted with Alzlheimer's disease and wanting to be remembered as more than an ailing old man, Harry Whitney compiles a book of poems for his favorite granddaughter, hoping that his words might somehow heal the tenuous relationships in a family that is falling apart.


Private Mail Letters to Emily

Author: Paul Lefebvre
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In Private Mail: Letters to Emily, the author tries to escape city life and failed relationships through a self-imposed exile in his hometown, surviving there by maintaining a link to his life in the city with letters to his friend Emily. Therein, he recounts the curious and illicit and often humorously-bizarre events unfolding around him using an almost addictive conversational style, making for an engrossing and entertaining read. Emily soon learns, as does the reader, that life in a small town is not as parochial and idyllically-simple as it's often made out to be.


Letters to Emily

Author: Stacy Reid
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Two years have passed since Lady Emily’s beloved Maxwell went to fight in the war. With only letters and one hot night of loving to keep her warm on the coldest of nights, she tries to embrace the future after learning of his death at the Third battle of Picardy. One way to forge forward is to marry his twin brother, Marcellus Alexander Wynwood, The Marquis of Blackthorn, a man she does not love, but one who rouses dark needs in her. Marcellus wanted Emily from the first moment he saw her two years ago, but had watched from a distance as his brother Max charmed her into falling hopelessly in love with him. In her state of grief over Max, Marcellus ensures her needs are met, breaking down her barriers, tormenting her with wicked erotic loving as he slowly binds her to him. Despite this, he fears he will lose her once it is revealed that her beloved Maxwell lives. Marcellus prays Emily can surrender to his needs and soul deep desires, and accepts the scandalous lifestyle he shares with his twin.


Letters to Emily

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A Rogue For Emily

Author: Catherine Hemmerling
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Emily Moss cannot stand the roguish Alexander Bredon. As this season's most desired debut, she could have any man she wants. Unfortunately, Lady Lancaster pairs her up with none other than the incorrigible man himself. With mutual dislike and contempt, Alex would rather be doing anything other than escorting the high and mighty Emily, until a secret about her falls into his lap. Suddenly, he realizes there may be more to the lady than he originally thought. Perhaps the only thing that can keep them from killing each other is falling for each other instead. Each book in the Lady Lancaster Garden Society series is STANDALONE: * Taming Her Forbidden Earl * Romancing His English Rose * Tempting Her Reluctant Viscount * Enticing Her Unexpected Bridegroom * A Rogue For Emily


Letters to Emily

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Here are two tales that are intertwined. One is the story of how I lost the love of my daughter, Emily. The other tells of a social tragedy known as Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS). PAS occurs when one parent turns a child against the other parent. It was recorded in Greek mythology, and caused wars in medieval Europe. Historically, among wealthy and powerful people, affection of children has been the best means to retain control over inherited wealth. Over the past century, the middle class of the Western world have become so powerful and wealthy that common people now squabble over their children. When they do so, they often resort to PAS.Family structure has changed dramatically in the Western world in the past fifty years. My parents were married for 61 years, long enough to settle into the peaceful co-existence that comes with old age and interdependence. Their parents were married more than six decades, until death did they part. I am one of six children who are now all professionals nearing retirement age. None of the six remain with their first spouses. Five have been divorced at least once, and one never married. There are seventeen grandchildren, and all but one of them have divorced parents. This is not unusual. In the United States today, fifty percent of first marriages end in divorce, and seventy percent of second marriages do so as well. In addition, more than thirty percent of children are born out of wedlock. Few children today enjoy the luxury of having both their parents in the same home.One of my parents' grandchildren is named Emily Louise. She is the youngest of my seven children and the only natural child of my second marriage. She despises me. All parents have moments when their children are at odds with them, but this is different. As I write this, my daughter has not seen me for years. When we were last together, she loved me. Now she has a long list of reasons to hate and fear me. She will not speak to me in public or on the phone. She will glare angrily at me if I attend one of her basketball games. She will not accept mail from me, and will throw away any gifts that I send to her. Emily has a hatred of me that is not normal. It is pathological. She is a bright, articulate, polite child, but to me alone she is rude, demeaning, sarcastic, and condescending. This is a book about parental alienation. It is a detailed explanation of the ways that one parent, usually the parent with custodial privileges, or the "domiciliary" parent, can systematically destroy the relationship between a child and the other parent. PAS is highly controversial, and several advocacy groups are fighting its recognition, denying that it occurs. In this book I offer detailed documentation of a clear cut, undeniable case. Prior to my separation from my ex-wife, my daughter loved me. Under the influence of her mother, she has come to despise me. This book explains how it happened.


Letters to Emily

Author: Miriam Ilgenfritz
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"Dear Emily, Remember how I used to say that when I died, I wanted to be remembered as a godly woman? I almost gave that up this winter..." Writing letters home to her sister Emily is Hannah Zartman's lifeline. It's 1798, and Hannah's life no longer bears a speck of resemblance to the affluent city life she left behind to marry Georg, a Hessian mercenary turned colonist. Hannah can milk a cow, deliver piglets, churn butter, quilt and spin, and even shoot a bear should the need arise, as she tends the land and the daily needs of nine rambunctious children in a rustic Pennsylvania log cabin. But this year, harder things are pressing from every side, shaking Hannah's commitment to the harsh frontier life she has chosen and to the man she loves. As the Zartmans grieve an agonizing loss and await the birth of another mouth to feed, their farm is on the brink of financial disaster. And tough times have a way of exposing Hannah and Georg's shortcomings as marriage partners. When put to the test and tempted to run, can Hannah hold fast to her family and her faith? Pouring out her everyday cares through her pen, will she find the strength, not only to plow through the demands of life in early America, but to plant a family legacy that will forever testify to God's providence in the worst of times? In her award-winning debut novel, Letters to Emily, Miriam Ilgenfritz stitches a heartwarming tapestry of early-American countryfolk and the faith traditions that shaped and sustained them.


A Study Guide for Emily Dickinson s Tell All the Truth but Tell It Slant

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A Study Guide for Emily Dickinson s Much Madness is Divinest Sense

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A Study Guide for Emily Dickinson's "Much Madness is Divinest Sense," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Poetry for Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Poetry for Students for all of your research needs.