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Author : Estée Lalonde
ISBN : 9781473529571
Genre : Self-Help
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'For me, the word "bloom" encapsulates the idea that anything is possible when you put your mind to it. It's a word that hints at becoming who you are meant to be.' Estée Lalonde In Bloom, Estée shares the moments, people, things and life lessons that have made her who she is today and offers her tips for surviving life. Celebrate your bloom story and what makes you unique. Life * People * Work * Beauty * Fashion * Home * Travel * Food What readers think of Bloom: 'Congratulations @EsteeLalonde on your new book Bloom, which is so aethetically pleasing I just want to stare at it all day long' @Zoella 'Already up to page 91 of #BloomBook and I've laughed, cried and felt all the emotions. I've not read a book in years!!!' @inthefrow 'Just finished reading #BloomBook - honest, refreshing, inspiring and moving.' @lilyvtomlinson 'So #BloomBook just arrived in my mailbox in Australia, I'm 20 pages in, and already crying because it's so relatable.' @HonorLuckhurst 'Reading Bloom is like reading the pages of my own journal. I love it so much.' @ashleyjlovesyou 'In love with #BloomBook' @taraacaseyy 'I just started @EsteeLalonde's book and I can't stop reading it, I'm loving it so much.' @FelicitybyFendi 'Just don't want to finish this book. So inspiring, thank you @EsteeLalonde for sharing your story.' @NatureElf
Category: Self-Help

Navigating The Marital Journey

Author : Gary L. Bowen
ISBN : UOM:39015022063310
Genre : Family & Relationships
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This volume presents a field tested enrichment program to help married couples maximize their relational potential. The program is built upon an explicit consideration of family-related values, and is held together by a theoretically and empirically based conceptual model. Datasets of 48 couples from the U.S. Army and 40 couples from a Fortune 500 company (applying the results of MAP--the Marital Assessment Profile) are used to test the critical assumptions of the model. Taken together, the contents of the book represent an attempt to integrate theory, research, and practice in the development and grounding of the intervention program.
Category: Family & Relationships

Navigating The Transnational In Modern American Literature And Culture

Author : Tara Stubbs
ISBN : 9781317446422
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This study develops the important work carried out on American literature through the frameworks of transnational, transatlantic, and trans-local studies to ask what happens when these same aspects become intrinsic to the critical narrative. Much cultural criticism since the 1990s has sought to displace perceptions of American exceptionalism with broader notions of Atlanticism, transnationalism, world-system, and trans-localism as each has redefined the US and the world more generally. This collection shows how the remapping of America in terms of global networks, and as a set of particular localities, or even glocalities, now plays out in Americanist scholarship, reflecting on the critical consequences of the spatial turn in American literary and cultural studies. Spanning twentieth and twenty-first century American poetry, fiction, memoir, visual art, publishing, and television, and locating the US in Caribbean, African, Asian, European, and other contexts, this volume argues for a re-modelling of American-ness with the transnational as part of its innate rhetoric. It includes discussions of travel, migration, disease, media, globalization, and countless other examples of inflowing. Essays focus on subjects tracing the contemporary contours of the transnational, such as the role of the US in the rise of the global novel, the impact of Caribbean history on American thought (and vice versa), transatlantic cultural and philosophical genealogies and correspondences, and the exchanges between the poetics of American space and those of other world spaces. Asking questions about the way the American eye has traversed and consumed the objects and cultures of the world, but how that world is resistant, this volume will make an important contribution to American and Transatlantic literary studies.
Category: Literary Criticism

Joyce Studies Annual 2016

Author : Philip T. Sicker
ISBN : 9780823279074
Genre : Literary Criticism
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An indispensable resource for scholars and students of James Joyce, Joyce Studies Annual gathers essays by foremost scholars and emerging voices in the field.
Category: Literary Criticism

Navigating Your Future

Author : James G. Beierlein
ISBN : 0618061533
Genre : College students
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By emphasizing the importance of self-awareness, [this book] encourages you to take responsibility for your own success and make a personal commitment to setting and achieving your goals in college and throughout life.... The goal of this book is to help you succeed early in college. -Back cover.
Category: College students

Soldier Of Rome Heir To Rebellion

Author : James Mace
ISBN : 9781440157165
Genre : Fiction
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Heart of Evil A year has passed since the end of the Gallic rebellion of Sacrovir and Florus. Retribution has been exacted and the province is at peace once more. And yet there are some who escaped Rome's justice. They are led by a man whose heart burns with hate; an heir to rebellion. Knowing that there can be no victory against the legions; his vengeance can only be wrought through terror and murder. The Gallic city of Lugdunum will be the first to taste his wrath. The city of Lugdunum flourishes; the Twentieth Legion's Third Cohort having been stationed within the city since the end of the Sacrovir Revolt. For Centurion Proculus and his legionaries their comfortable assignment will soon come unraveled as a series of grisly murders looks to upset the order of the city. Sergeant Artorius inadvertently finds himself at the center of the search to find these mysterious killers before they undermine the city's faith in the protection of the legions; a search that will lead him on a journey into the darkest corners of what lurks in a broken man's wicked soul.
Category: Fiction

To Day

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105010303779
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Navigating The Research University A Guide For First Year Students

Author : Britt Andreatta
ISBN : 9780495913788
Genre : Education
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Full of practical tips and tools and useful personal advice, NAVIGATING THE RESEARCH UNIVERSITY: A GUIDE FOR FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS, 3E, provides students with a comprehensive introduction to education at a research institution. While orientation sessions and other first-year programs are designed to orient students to the many aspects of university life, this text helps them navigate the university on a daily basis. Suitable for first-year experience courses, orientation, or first-year seminars, the text is designed to support students at a broad range of research universities and gives you the flexibility to easily incorporate unique features of your own institution. Britt Andreatta helps students understand research, the role it plays in the university, and the basic methodologies used in a variety of disciplines. Andreatta also guides students in developing the skills necessary for achieving academic success, including critical thinking, thoughtful analysis, and effective writing. In addition, the text includes valuable insights into the personal and working issues students may encounter as new and aspiring members of a community of scholars. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Category: Education

The New York Times Theatre Reviews 1999 2000

Author : New York Times Theater Reviews
ISBN : 0415936977
Genre : Performing Arts
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This volume is a comprehensive collection of critical essays on The Taming of the Shrew, and includes extensive discussions of the play's various printed versions and its theatrical productions. Aspinall has included only those essays that offer the most influential and controversial arguments surrounding the play. The issues discussed include gender, authority, female autonomy and unruliness, courtship and marriage, language and speech, and performance and theatricality.
Category: Performing Arts

Lambda Book Report

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ISBN : IND:30000075143697
Genre : Gays' writings
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Category: Gays' writings

Ulysses Portals Of Discovery

Author : Patrick A. McCarthy
ISBN : STANFORD:36105003772667
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Describes the background of Ulysses, discusses its themes and use of language, and looks at its critical reception
Category: Literary Criticism

Civility And Society In Western Europe 1300 1600

Author : Marvin B. Becker
ISBN : UOM:39015012435171
Genre : History
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Becker's richly allusive essay in social and cultural history traces the emergence of a new civil society in fourteenth- and fifteenth-century Italy and its later exportation to England. This new society was characterized by measure and control, by a separation of private from public concerns, by self-cultivation and self-conscious role playing, and by an inward and personal, rather than outward and social, orientation. The contours of this new social paradigm are revealed in Becker's careful examination of particular aspects of Tuscan culture and society during this period and their translation to England some two centuries later.
Category: History


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ISBN : STANFORD:36105004715251
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Milk Fever

Author : Ross, Megan
ISBN : 9780620792271
Genre : Poetry
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In an extraordinary debut, Megan Ross writes the uneasy truths about unexpected motherhood and all its emotional detritus. In deftly and experimentally navigating the angst, joy and self-reckoning that comes with the choices and misadventures of young womanhood, this is a collection that brings together the evocative with the provocative, and the feminist with the personal, in a bold and startling poetic style. Hallucinatory, image-wet, and navigating the eternal tides of spirit and body, Milk Fever is a chimeric dreamscape in which a woman reconfigures, remembers and rebirths herself.
Category: Poetry

Country Life In America

Author : Liberty Hyde Bailey
ISBN : MINN:31951000739032O
Genre : Country life
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Category: Country life

Library Journal

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ISBN : IND:30000075144802
Genre : Libraries
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Category: Libraries