Wilder memoir to give gritty view of prairie life We are told this is much more than a family feud, and outraged family members are calling it a "hate crime." CompanionLink App Cures Google Calendar Sync Error Code 2016 Nightmare CompanionLink App Cures Google Calendar Sync Error Code 2016 Nightmare ... 08/16/2014 - 9:02 am | View Link
'Buck': Memoir tells of troubled family in a troubled city At school Malo engages in the kind of aggressive acting out that leads some kids to get Ritalin prescriptions. His mother eschews chemical cures, however, though she takes heavy doses of antidepressants herself. Amina, a former dancer, writes in a journal ... 08/24/2013 - 4:57 am | View Link
Being diagnosed with advanced uterine cancer helped Eve Ensler reconnect with her body. Eve Ensler has helped millions of women connect with their bodies. But it wasn’t until she was diagnosed with advanced uterine cancer that the award-winning playwright finally fully embraced her own. In the process, The Vagina Monologues creator lost ... 05/16/2013 - 8:59 am | View Link
Award-Winning Author Wins the ASJA 2013 Award for Memoir/Autobiography A former editor of books and magazines at Whittle Communications in Knoxville, Tennessee, she is also the author of Clean Sweep; Make Pain Disappear; Alternative Treatments for Arthritis: An A to Z Guide; and co-author of Food Cures. Her work has appeared ... 03/23/2013 - 7:59 pm | View Link
MEMOIR: 'Cures for Hunger' Near the end of this somewhat coolly written memoir, Deni Béchard reminds us of a useful maxim: "The repeated telling of any story separates it from the original event and gives it a life of its own." Béchard has been telling and writing stories since he ... 05/11/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Manic: A Memoir by Terri Cheney | 9780061430275 ... Peter C Whybrow “[a] gritty, vibrant, memoir brings this chaotic frenzy to life...through disaster and despair to end in hope. ” Lori Altshuler 08/29/2014 - 3:15 am | View Website
Biographical Memoirs Home Published since 1877, Biographical Memoirs provide the life histories and selected bibliographies of deceased National Academy of Sciences members. 08/29/2014 - 1:06 am | View Website
Running with Scissors (memoir) Running with Scissors is a 2002 memoir by American writer Augusten Burroughs. The book tells the story of Burroughs's bizarre childhood life after his mother, a chain ... 08/29/2014 - 12:16 am | View Website
Elaine Showalter is professor emerita of English and humanities at Princeton University. She is writing a biography of Julia Ward Howe. ‘I am not a postfeminism feminist. I am the Third Wave,” Yale senior Rebecca Walker proclaimed in January 1992, calling on her generation via Ms. magazine to claim its place in feminist history and to reanimate a women’s movement that seemed dated, if not defunct.
In 1937, a young married couple, Lisette and André Honoré Roux, move from Paris to the village of Roussillon in Provence. Raised in an orphanage and passionate about art, Lisette is reluctant to give up a possible apprenticeship in a Paris gallery, and she can’t understand why André, who is an officer of the “Guild of Encadreurs, the association of picture-frame craftsmen,” wants to give up his position to care for his sickly grandfather, Pascal.
THE LANGUAGE OF HOUSESAbook with the premise of decoding the unspoken language of houses, written by a Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist, certainly has all the makings of an architecture geek’s summer beach read. All the more so because it shies away from an exhaustive summary of materials and styles (parsing the difference between Doric and Corinthian columns is kept to a minimum) and instead takes a broad look at the design of museums, residences, schools, prisons and restaurants — to name a few of the featured categories — and how they have evolved over time.
The dramatic rise of incarceration rates among African Americans since the 1970s has become more visible in mainstream culture partly because of television shows like the widely popular HBO series “The Wire,” which ran from 2002 to 2008, the current Netflix series “Orange Is the New Black” and books such as Michelle Alexander’s “The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness,” published in 2010.
Like so much else that happened in France during World War II, the Nazi occupation of Paris was something entirely more complex and ambiguous than has generally been understood. We tend to think of those four years as difficult but minimally destructive by comparison with the hell the Nazis wreaked elsewhere in the country.
If Professor Latanya Sweeney has three pieces of information — your birth date, Zip code and gender — she can probably tell you your name. If you’re under the age of 25 and reveal where you were born, she can cobble together nearly every digit of your Social Security number.