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Unexpected Chance

Author: Joanne Schwehm
Publisher: EverAfter Romance
ISBN: 1492714259
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Always wanting to be a writer, but not having much experience with men or romance, Aubrey sets out to find her inspiration with the help of her best friend. Just when she thinks all hope is lost, she meets Alex Logan. He’s beyond handsome, well dressed, and is known to be a player—perfect for the role. The unexpected happens and Alex becomes more than just an inspiration to Aubrey, but a misunderstanding leaves her heartbroken. Before an opportunity arises to straighten things out, tragedy strikes, and Aubrey’s world is turned upside down. While Aubrey is trying to cope with her new life, a new chance at love arises. Can she find it in her to trust again? Will Alex be able to win her back? Or will she take this new unexpected chance at love?

Unexpected Chances

Author: A.M. Willard
Publisher: A.M. Willard
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Unexpected Chances is a romantic suspense spin off novel from the One Night Series. I locked my heart and threw away the key, vowing to never let another man in. I even mastered how to keep the happy façade going to avoid the questions and looks from my family and friends. It all changed with one awkward meeting... Comes to find out he's not the person I thought he was... Carter Northwood is followed by lies, threats, and one disaster after another, but can I learn to look past it all?

Chance And The Modern British Novel

Author: Julia Jordan
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1441109714
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Chance, and its representation in literature, has a long and problematic history. It is a vital aspect of the way we experience the world, and yet its function is frequently marginalised and downplayed. Offering a new reading of the development of the novel during the mid-twentieth century, Jordan argues that this simple novelistic paradox became more pressing during a period in which chance became a cultural, scientific and literary preoccupation - through scientific developments such as quantum mechanics and the uncertainty principle, the influence of existential philosophy, the growth of gambling, and the uncertainty provoked by the Second World War. In tracing the novel's representation of chance during this crucial period, we see both the development of the novel, and draw wider conclusions about the relationship between narrative and the contingent, the arbitrary and the uncertain. While the novel had historically rejected, marginalised or undermined chance, during this period it becomes a creative and welcome co-contributor to the novel's development, as writers such as Samuel Beckett, B.S. Johnson, Henry Green and Iris Murdoch show.


Author: Mark Currie
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748676317
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Explores the relationship between unexpected events in narrative and life

Unexpected Chances

Author: Carly Phillips
Publisher: CP Publishing
ISBN: 0989311252
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All books in the UNEXPECTED LOVE Series are stand-alone novels! Headline: Hollywood Heartthrob returns home for the girl he left behind. Dylan North is back … ten years after he left his small town and high school sweetheart behind. But is he here to stay? Dr. Holly Evans has a great career and a fulfilling life. The last thing she needs is Dylan's visit stirring up old feelings. Can his unexpected return reignite their love ... or does happily ever after only happen in the movies? *This title has been previously published as Midnight Angel**

Chance Developments

Author: Alexander McCall Smith
Publisher: Birlinn
ISBN: 0857902652
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It is said that a picture may be worth a thousand words but an old photograph can inspire many more. In this beguiling book, Alexander McCall Smith casts his eye over five chanced-upon photographs from the era of black-and-white photography and imagines the stories behind them. Who were those people, what were their stories, why are they smiling, what made them sad? What emerges are surprising and poignant tales of love and friendship in a variety of settings - an estate in the Highlands of Scotland, a travelling circus in Canada, an Australian gold-mining town, a village in Ireland, and the Scottish capital, Edinburgh. Some will find joy and fulfilment - others would prefer happier endings. Each of them, though, will find love, and that is ultimately what matters.

Constraining Chance

Author: Alison James
Publisher: Northwestern University Press
ISBN: 0810125307
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This text examines the representation and staging of chance in literature through the study of a specific case - the work of the 20th-century French writer Georges Perec (1936-82).

Uncertain Chances

Author: Maurice S. Lee
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199985812
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Maurice Lee's study illustrates how writers such as Poe, Melville, Douglass, Thoreau, Dickinson, and others participated in a broad intellectual and cultural shift in which Americans increasingly learned to live with the threatening and wonderful possibilities of chance.