This famous drama, an expressionistic parable by the Nobel Prize winning playwright, explores such themes as the relativity of truth, the vanity and necessity of illusion, and the instability of human personalities. "
up to sere the misery of others; makes you feel that you're on peculiarly good
terms with Providence. ... and he began to climb the hill to his father's house, he
recurred to the difficulty before him in breaking the news to his family. ... second
wind, and then—you'll be all right.” “You think so?” asked Dan submissively. “
Know so. You see, if you could have had it over in a flash, it would have knocked you flat.
Author: William Dean Howells
Publisher: Prabhat Prakashan
William Dean Howells (1837-1920) was an American realist author and literary critic. He wrote his first novel, Their Wedding Journey, in 1871, but his literary reputation really took off with the realist novel A Modern Instance, published in 1882, which describes the decay of a marriage. His 1885 novel The Rise of Silas Lapham is perhaps his best known, describing the rise and fall of an American entrepreneur in the paint business. His social views were also strongly reflected in the novels Annie Kilburn (1888) and A Hazard of New Fortunes (1890). While known primarily as a novelist, his short story "Editha" (1905) - included in the collection Between the Dark and the Daylight (1907) - appears in many anthologies of American literature. Howells also wrote plays, criticism, and essays about contemporary literary figures such as Ibsen, Zola, Verga, and, especially, Tolstoy, which helped establish their reputations in the United States. He also wrote critically in support of many American writers. It is perhaps in this role that he had his greatest influence.
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can't think, so — so I let him. Jill. Dodo ! It's awful ! Hillcrist. It is ! Chloe. And after I
married him, you see, I fell in love. If I had before, perhaps I wouldn't have dared ...
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reason ... “You're right, uncle,” Subash remarked. “These ... But what do you think they're planning?” “I have ... What he told Dodo was said in a moment of self-
Author: G. K. Rao
Publisher: Bitingduck Press LLC
The Boy Who Said No is first and foremost a story of people and their travails, the world in which they live, the colors and the sightsOCoa story of mystical and mythical India. The reader will encounter the baked hardness of the dry summer, the lovely, soft greenness of the monsoon, the menacing river in a raging storm that brings out the hero and the humor in a village, and the cruelly severe customs involved in owning and losing land. At the start, Babu announces his intention to organize the workers in the face of violence and of the old menOCOs, especially the old Chowdhary's, perorations. G.K. Rao, in his inspired book, manages to neither demonize the landowners nor idealize the workers and their cause. The Boy Who Said No is a short chapter in several lives, a once-upon-a-time tale of a community. For an author bio and photo, reviews, and a reading sample, visit bosonbooks.com."
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softly) posh. DD—We're . . . important don't you think? D—Is there too much noise
there? Oh, there's a lot of ... 'Well we'll go in and if you don't like it we'll go right out
. ... (Music: Beach Boys) (Above the noise) Don't press me—just drink. (Lots of ...
Author: Andy Warhol
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
Conceptually unique, hilarious and frightening, referred to as “pornography” in The New York Times Book Review’s original review and as a “work of genius” in Newsweek’s, a: A Novel is the perfect literary manifestation of Andy Warhol’s sensibility. In the late sixties Warhol set out to turn a trade book into a piece of pop art, and the result was this astonishing account of the famously influential group of artists, superstars, addicts and freaks who made up the Factory milieu. Created from audiotapes recorded in and around the Factory, a: A Novel begins with the fabulous Ondine popping several amphetamines and then follows its characters as they converse with inspired, speed-driven wit and cut swaths through the clubs, coffee shops, hospitals, and whorehouses of 1960’s Manhattan.
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on to be a bird wrangler. ... The jumble of words was coming so fast and furious
that it was hard to make sense of them. ... “If you think for even one minute that I'm
sticking around to work with a flock of dodo birds on steroids, you're out of your
mind! ... Clearly the fellow wasn't quite right in the head, but seeing how he was
the only one who had applied for the job, she couldn't afford to let him off the
hook just ...
If human rights were legally enforceable, one could, and normally would, appeal
to one's legal rights, and would not ... Ethical bases of human rights are a very
debatable matter but, I think, it can be supported by two secular grounds. ...
Jeremy Bentham, An Introduction to The Principles of Morals and Legislation,
Glaucester: Dodo Press, 2008, p.1. they can feel pain and pleasure, and
furthermore that this ...
Instead of welcoming what is genuinely “other” about their partners, they try to
neutralize this otherness. They try to ... On the “altogether other,” see Emmanuel
Levinas, Entre Nous: ThinkingoftheOther (New York: Columbia University Press,
2000). “The Sandman” can be found in E. T. A. Hoffmann, The Sandman and
Other Stories (Gloucester, UK: Dodo Press, 2008). ... Judy: If I let you change me,
will that do it? If I do what you tell me, will you love me? Scottie: Yes. Yes. Judy:
Author: Mari Ruti
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
Category: Family & Relationships
Praise for The Case for Falling in Love "Why play 'hard to get' when you can just get what you want? Mari Ruti's lively research, from Plato to Freud to Gossip Girl to her own bedroom, finally puts an end to playing games, and provides a resource for lovers and the love-scorned alike. A must-read for anyone who has ever fallen in love, wants to, or wants to know what went wrong." -Arianne Cohen, creator of TheSexDiariesProject.com "At last, a relationship advice book that will actually work. If you're intelligent, interested in love, and like a book you can't put down, this is it. John Gray, move over. The brilliant Mari Ruti has arrived." -Juliet Schor, professor of sociology, Boston College, and author of Born to Buy and Plenitude: The New Economics of True Wealth "Groundbreaking...Ruti opens the eyes of her readers so that they can love better...A must-read." -Nancy Redd, New York Times bestselling author of Body Drama "Finally, a book that takes love seriously. Written with passion and verve...I wish I had read this book years ago!" -Sean Carroll, author of From Eternity to Here: The Quest for the Ultimate Theory of Time Are you tired of reading book after book and playing game after game, trying to avoid heartbreak? It seems impossible, and maybe that's because you can't lock up your heart like that-not if you want the real thing. And maybe that's one of the best things about love. We've been thinking about it all wrong. Our culture's insistence that women need to learn how to catch and keep a man is actually doing much more harm than good. The more we try to manipulate our relationships, the less we are truly able to experience love's benefits and wonders. Love is a slippery, unruly thing, and trying to control and manage it robs us of its delicious unpredictability. Sure, letting go of the reins a bit might mean a broken heart, but heartbreak, in fact, offers a wealth of possibilities-creativity, wisdom, and growth-that we need in order to make the most of our lives. Liberating for women who are frustrated by the idea that they just need to learn the right "formula," The Case for Falling in Love shows that there isn't a method to mastering the madness of love. But that might be exactly what's so wonderful about it.
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sure that you are fond of him.” “Fond of ... “Dear me, Dorothea, I suppose it would
be right for you to be fond of a man whom you accepted for a husband. ... I
thought it right to tell you, because you went on, as you always do, never looking
just where you are, and treading in the wrong place. ... “Poor Dodo,” she went 6m
, in an amiable staccato. ... “What news have you brought about the sheep-stealer
L on OLD ISOM'S JOKE . we were going out to supper , ' you got it as THE TOO
UTTERLY ALL BUT IN Opie Read , Little ... While standing near the tent he saw
years , and when I saw that ' going out to ated crockery has broken out hard in
Salt a ... the same thing , and I left it crockery and dodo wall paper comes right “
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myself , and I feel under obliga- thing now for a Salt Lake woman to slam myself ,
He walked home slowly , press his need a month before came back part , you
know . ... It isn't a home ; all this is just the couple at the next table if we don't like "
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she has , en ask me of you I consider that a woman has as much right my girl -
nothing changes that . ... The exceeding day had miraculously rolled away : such
an ignorant , behind - the - times old dodo bitterness of his feeling welled up in
him as ...
While record stores are going the way of the Dodo, this still stands true in a digital
world. ... It should be unique enough so fans won't think of other album art when they see it. ... Getting Good Press Photos It takes a seriously demented
personality to find press photos to be one of the better parts of ... You're going to
want someone with more than an iPhone (though an iPhone can work in the right
Author: Jesse Cannon
Publisher: Jesse Cannon
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
How Do I Promote My Music On A Small Budget? How Do I Get My YouTube Videos to Spread? How Do I Turn Casual Fans Into One’s Who Buy From Me? How Do I Get Written About On Blogs? How Do I Increase Turnout At Shows? How Do I Make Fans Using Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr And SoundCloud? With every day that passes, the power the major labels once had dies a little more. The chance to get the same exposure as your favorite musicians gets easier and easier. The hurdles that would only allow you to get popular, if the right people said your music was good enough, are gone. You can now get exposed to thousands of potential fans without investing 1% of what musicians used to by building a fanbase based on listeners love for your music. No more writing letters hoping that A&R writes you back. This book explains how you do it. While many books will tell you obvious information, legal mumbo-jumbo and marketing catchphrases that don’t help you get more fans. Our experience working with real bands - from upstarts like Man Overboard and Transit to legends like The Cure, The Misfits and Animal Collective, has led us to understand the insider tricks and ideas that go into some of the most important groups of our time. We produce records, do licensing deals, negotiate record contracts and get the musicians we work with written about on websites like Pitchfork and Vice. We have worked with bands who started off as nothing and became something. Unlike any other book written on the subject we have compiled the knowledge no one else has been willing to print in fear of obsoleting their own career. We give you thousands of ideas on how to get people to hear your music and turn them into fans who pay to support your music. Whether you are a label owner, musician, manager, booking agent or publicist there is information in this book that will help you do what you do better. Enjoy! For more information see GetMoreFansBook.com
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Author: Teri Dunn Chace
Publisher: Timber Press
The Anxious Gardener's Book of Answers identifies the 100 most common gardening mistakes and gives gardeners the techniques to prevent them. Or, if it's too late and they've already goofed, there are tips to fix the mistake. The book's 24 chapters tackle every kind of gardening disaster, whether it has to do with plants, tools and techniques, or general care and maintenance. Gardeners looking to prune their roses will learn to hold off until late winter to avoid damaging plant tissue. Gardeners that have allowed their mint to overgrow? Dunn advises pulling it out and replanting it in a container to control the root. Organized by common garden topics and designed to be easily dipped in and out of, The Anxious Gardener's Book of Answers offers nuggets of wisdom based on Teri Dunn Chace's years of hands-on gardening experience. Advice is humorously supported by Colleen Coover's delightful illustrations. This accessible guide will transform an anxious gardener into an informed, confident, successful gardener with a mistake-free garden
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about thus armed, but that mere lads are ... The “common lot,” so “stale and flat”
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should find, of course too late, Nonentity ... Now write me a long letter of Station news in return for my budget, and tell me how you and that little Letty Jones are
Maybe because I felt cide whether you can be our friend or that he didn't want to
talk about it . ... She felt his hand press " Of course , I do . ... As a matter of fact , you could quiry and shrewdness were in it , but he she came out of the store , that
she hadn't quit that job right now . ... I should drop the subject , she thought , " Do you think she's like that ? ... Aeronautical Engineering DOOD OOOOOOOOOOOO DODOOOOOOOOOOOOO Foundry Work Heat Treatment of Metals Industrial ...
other one bit , ” she said , kissing her . dazzled us all thirty years ago , and it is
just You don't really believe that about yourGrantie remained unmoved and ... When David thinks Dodo suddenly ceased to attend , and held Dodo felt a keen
sense of injustice in this . I ... I can't get out , and And the worst of it is that you are right . ... I don't trying to make me confess that I've got a tastes and conduct and
character quite seriously . press for an answer , but it was your own fault horrid
I press the button for the nurse -- and she comes in walking upside down on the
ceiling . ... He tells me you gotta stop drinking or we'll wrap you up in a sheet and
bury you , So when I get out I don't take a drink for almost a whole week . ... Right
after Christmas . ... Why the hell didn't you say so ? DODO : Everybody called it
the Bolt Works . You know that . BULL : So what ? DODO : ( Sitting at down center
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wouldn't believe how. A FIRST IN AMERICAN ... Still , if we honestly feel that a
given work doesn't live up to its implicit aims , all right : say so . And why we think so .