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In Want Of A Wife

Author: Cathy Williams
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 0373528337
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"To Lizzy Sharp, businessman Louis Jumeau is a real-life Mr. Darcy ... Louis knows exactly what gold-digging families like the Sharps are after--his money. But the universally acknowledged truth is that this billionaire needs a wife"--P. [4] of cover.

In Want Of A Wife

Author: Jo Goodman
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 110160641X
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"Dazzling" --Publishers Weekly (starred review) When his mail-order bride arrives from New York, a Wyoming rancher gets more than he bargained for in this first-rate romance from the bestselling Jo Goodman. For fans of Linda Lael Miller and Catherine Anderson. SHE HAS NOWHERE LEFT TO TURN Jane Middlebourne needs a way out. In 1891, life in New York is unforgiving for a young woman with no prospects, especially when her family wants nothing to do with her. So when Jane discovers an ad for a mail-order bride needed in Bitter Springs, Wyoming, she responds with a hopeful heart. HE HAS EVERYTHING TO LOSE Rancher Morgan Longstreet is in want of a wife who will be his partner at Morning Star, someone who will work beside him and stand by him. His first impression of the fair and fragile Jane is that she is not that woman. But when she sets out to prove him wrong, the secrets he cannot share put into jeopardy every happiness they hope to find….

A Woman S Place

Author: Shirley Morahan
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9781438413532
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A truly liberated rhetoric and reader has at last become available to courses in composition, with the publication of A Woman’s Place. This unique textbook explores the notion of writing as self-definition and, as a consequence, the relationship between gender and writing. Convinced that writing is a meaningful process, performed with commitment, Dr. Morahan has created a course that simultaneously sharpens writing and thinking skills and contributes to the consciousness-raising of women and men in today’s world. Her “pedagogy for liberation” creates a student-centered classroom, in which a spirit of collaboration replaces one of competition, by means of peer editing, tutorial approaches, and small group activities. The literary passages of A Woman’s Place are, both stylistically and thematically, tied in with the lessons directly. At the same time, they function as a compact women’s studies course. Research and writing are organized around a cluster of shared themes—problems that all students are addressing in their lives: power vs. powerlessness, passivity vs. action, identity, oppression vs. freedom, and the nurturance of creativity. Taken from the works of professional writers, including such well-known individuals as Adrienne Rich, Tillie Olsen, Joan Didion, Virginia Woolf, Margaret Mead, Mary Wollstonecraft, Jonathan Swift, and Sylvia Plath, they are often accompanied by short excerpts from student essays. Useful bibliographical notes suggest further readings.

Jane Austen And Marriage

Author: Hazel Jones
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1847252184
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With original research, this book offers a new insight into Jane Austen's life and writing.

Lass Mich Los

Author: Jane Corry
Publisher: Diana Verlag
ISBN: 3641208343
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Als die junge Anwältin Lily Ed heiratet, hofft sie auf einen Neuanfang. Sie möchte die Geheimnisse der Vergangenheit hinter sich lassen. Doch als sie ihren ersten wichtigen Fall annimmt, fühlt sie sich merkwürdig von ihrem Klienten angezogen. Einem Mann, der des Mordes angeklagt ist. Einem Mann, für den sie bald alles riskiert. Doch ist er wirklich unschuldig?

Portrait Of The Artist S Wife

Author: Barbara Anderson
Publisher: Victoria University Press
ISBN: 0864737149
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Victoria University Press is enormously proud to publish a new edition of one of New Zealand?s favourite novels, published to critical acclaim here and in the UK and US, and winner of the Wattie Award in 1992. ?The promise that was evident in Girls High has been splendidly fulfilled, and now it seems only a matter of time before Wellington replaces New York as the literary capital of the world.? ?Nick Hornby, Sunday Times 'She really is world class ? her writing's like a richly detailed painting, she gets the details just right.' ?Sharon Crosbie Evening Post 'It is a testament to Anderson's style and skill as a writer that these places and decades are brought to the page with such energy, yet also with such a finely judged mix of humour and sympathy.' ?Caroline Wilder Sunday Star 'This is a moving, universal novel, a pleasure to read.' ?Sophy Kershaw Time Out 'Barbara Anderson's novel is a rarity; an unadulterated, unpretentious, enjoyable read.' ?Julie Morrice Glasgow Herald 'It is an enormously entertaining book with perceptions so true they leave you glowing in startled recognition.'?Patricia Thwaites Otago Daily Times ?A quite irresistible writer with a microscopic eye for telltale detail ? and a dazzlingly accurate ear for dialogue as it is really spoken.? ?Dirk Bogarde

He Fell In Love With His Wife

Author: Edward P. Roe
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3732666441
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Reproduktion des Originals: He Fell in Love with His Wife von Edward P. Roe

Die Frau Des Teeh Ndlers

Author: Dinah Jefferies
Publisher: BASTEI LÜBBE
ISBN: 3732513092
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Eine emotionale Familiengeschichte voller Geheimnisse vor der exotischen Kulisse Sri Lankas Sri Lanka in den 1920er Jahren. Die junge Engländerin Gwen Hooper trifft mit ihrem frisch angetrauten Ehemann Laurence in der familieneigenen Teeplantage ein. Dort bezieht das Paar eine traumhafte Villa, und Gwen fühlt sich wie im Paradies. Doch warum verhält sich ihr eigentlich sehr liebevoller Ehemann bisweilen so seltsam? Und warum macht er ein Geheimnis um seine verstorbene erste Ehefrau? Als Gwen schließlich Zwillinge zur Welt bringt, wird sie mit einer entsetzlichen Wahrheit konfrontiert, die sie zu zerstören droht ... Eine fesselnde Geschichte um die Selbstfindung einer jungen Frau, um Schuld, Verrat und wohlgehütete Geheimnisse Platz 1 der Sunday Times Bestsellerliste