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Mother S Day

Author: Carmen-Francesca Banciu
Publisher: Palmartpress
ISBN: 9783941524477
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Fiction. Poetry. Women's Studies. Gender Studies. Edited by Catharine Nicely. Translated by Zoe Hawkins. Maria-Maria had broken away from her domineering mother long before her physical death, or at least she thought she had. Neither mother's cruel lashings nor her cutting criticism had prevented her from rejecting the values and ideals that her authoritarian and Communist party-line-towing parents held so dearly. To their crushing dismay, she would not deploy her artistic talents toward embodying the Ceaucescian model of the "new human." Quite the contrary, she was going to revel in being imperfect, and embark on a journey of self-exploration in order to discover what it means to be a self that is not defined by being her mother's daughter or a mother to her own daughter. Putting everything at stake to detach from the primal bond that both oppresses and eludes her, Maria-Maria opens herself up to, and achieves, the unexpected.

Mother S Day

Author: Laurence Fearnley
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 1742288790
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A heart-warming new novel by the author of Edwin and Matilda, runner-up for the Montana Award in 2008.Life is tough for 40-year-old solo mother Maggie, a home help caregiver. Her three children are all giving her a hard time, especially Bevan, who's in trouble with the police. But when she's assigned a musician in a wheelchair to care for, something new enters her life. Maggie's a singer, Tim a fine guitarist. They'll make music together, but tragedy is just around the corner. Then it's Mother's Day, and Maggie and her family gather . . . This touching new novel from Laurence Fearnley contains many gems of warmth, affection, love and hope. It confirms her position as one of New Zealand's finest writers. 'It is Fearnley's prose that woos you, precise in its observations and judicious in its use of dialogue. It's the kind of writing you don't really notice, which makes it rare, and such a pleasure.' Margot White, Next

Leichter Wind Im Paradies

Author: Carmen-Francesca Banciu
Publisher:
ISBN: 9783941524606
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Grossstadtrhythmus den Rucken, um in der Abgeschiedenheit eines griechischen Bergdorfes Kraft zu schopfen und wieder zu sich zu kommen. Die erste Zeit verbringt sie schweigend auf der Terrasse. Einer Terrasse am Hang, mit Blick uber die Weite des Meeres. Sie lebt umgeben von Insekten und anderen Tieren, die zu ihren Freunden werden. Sie nimmt sich Zeit, Veranderungen des Lichts, Verwandlungen des Meeres, Verborgenes sowie das Nichtoff ensichtliche ihrer Umgebung und das Leuchten des Unscheinbaren wahrzunehmen. Erst nach Tagen verspurt sie den Wunsch, wieder Menschen zu treffen und begibt sich auf Reisen ausserhalb des Kosmos ihrer Terrasse. Per Anhalter fahrt sie jeden Tag in den Ort am Meer. Kurze Begegnungen unterwegs, das Beobachten der Menschen am Strand und die Betrachtung des Naturschauspiels off enbaren ihr die Verbundenheit aller Wesen untereinander in der Natur. Parallel zu den menschlichen Begegnungen spielen sich im Mikrokosmos der Insekten, Kafer und kleinen Tiere Dramen ab, wie Szenen aus der griechischen Mythologie. In diesem Buch geht es um das filigrane Erzahlen der kleinen Welt, in der sich die grosse widerspiegelt. The narrator turns her back on Berlin and the hectic throb of the big city for a summer, in order to recharge and reconnect with herself in the seclusion of a Greek mountain village. For the first little while she passes the time silently on a terrace. A terrace on the hillside, looking out over the great expanse of the ocean. She lives surrounded by insects and other animals that eventually become her friends. She takes time to experience changes in light and transformations of the sea, to take notice of the hidden and inconspicuous things in her environment, the glimmer of what lies concealed. It is only after some days have passed that she is struck by the desire to meet people again, and starts to embark on journeys beyond the cosmos of her terrace. She hitchhikes to the town by the sea each day. Brief encounters along the way, people-watching on the beach, and observations of nature's own spectacle as it unfolds reveal to her the interrelation of all living beings in nature. Coinciding with the human interactions, dramas play out in the microcosm of insects, beetles, and small animals-like scenes from Greek mythology. This book is all about the detailed narration of the small world reflected in the larger one."

The Story Of Sean Shine

Author: Betty Yochim
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1468557866
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The Story of Sean-Shine is a mother's story about an incredible journey she shared with her son that started with a tremendous amount of joy and would end with an overwhelming sadness after his death from an accidental drug overdose. The story begins with Sean's birth and shows through the progression of time the great love and devotion that developed in their relationship. After Sean became a teenager many problems concerning the law and drugs will create a tough road for the two of them to travel in their journey through life. Even with all the trials and tribulations in their journey, nothing can come between the love of a mother and her child. Although their journey together will end after Sean's tragic death, it will not end a mother's journey in the quest to stay connected to the son she so adored. After Sean's death, the story continues on to tell of the many emotions, pain and heartache every parent goes through after the loss of their child.

The Rick And Bubba Code

Author: Rick Burgess
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 1418531111
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Zany radio hoses Rick & Bubba rocketed onto the New York Times best seller list with their first book, Rick & Bubba's Expert Guide to God, Country, Family, and Anything Else We can Think Of. Now Rick & Bubba are back, and this time the world truly isn't safe. In The Rick & Bubba Code, Rick and Bubba tackle subjects ranging from the South, politics, and romance to manhood, in-laws, and political correctness. Now cow is sacred. No hld is barred. Laugh along with the "sexiest fat men alive" as they uncover the mysteries of the universe.

Golem Song

Author: Marc Estrin
Publisher: Unbridled Books
ISBN: 1932961232
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Only Marc Estrin could imagine the line of descent from the Frankensteinian Golem of Rabbi Loew to the outrageous false messiah of the Bronx, Nurse Alan Krieger. Only Marc Estrin could imagine the line of descent from the Frankensteinian Golem of Rabbi Loew to the outrageous false messiah of the Bronx, Nurse Alan Krieger.