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Dance While You Can

Author : Susan Lewis
ISBN : 9781409008149
Genre : Fiction
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It all started with a silly prank, a play and a dance - a love so enduring, so indestructible that it would survive against all odds. Elizabeth Sorrill is the junior matron at Foxton's élite School for Boys. Blessed with the kind of beauty others only dream about, her attractions prove irresistible to Alexander Belmayne, the seventeen-year-old son of the Lord Chief Justice. But their passionate affair is shortlived as bitter lies and scandal force them apart. Angry and frustrated at Oxford, Alexander thrives on his reputation as a heartbreaker, until Bohemian beauty Jessica Poynter draws him into a fast life of glittering excess and depravity in London's high society. But when a chance meeting brings Alexander and Elizabeth together again, their passionate reunion leads to a breathtaking crime fired by an overwhelming obsession - a hatred so violent it knows no limits...
Category: Fiction

Dance While You Can

Author : Shirley MacLaine
ISBN : 0553761900
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The most intimate and revealing memoir yet from the extraordinary woman whose energy, drive, and talent are legendary. In her astonishingly frank, often funny, and always fascinating way, MacLaine writes of the powerful familial forces that propelled her to stardom, her sometimes difficult relationship with her daughter Sachi, and her friendships with Debbie Reynolds, Grace Kelly, Dean Martin, Elizabeth Taylor, and other Hollywood greats. 32 pages of photographs.
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Dance While You Can

Author : Claire Harrison
ISBN : 0373107056
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Dance While You Can by Claire Harrison released on May 25, 1984 is available now for purchase.
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Warren Beatty

Author : Suzanne Finstad
ISBN : 9780307338167
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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“Whatever you have read or heard about me through articles or gossip, forget it. I am nothing like that Warren Beatty. I am nothing like what you have read.” —Warren Beatty Warren Beatty guarded his privacy even before he became a movie star, when he burst onto the screen in 1961 as the earnestly handsome all-American boy in Splendor in the Grass. When he started acting, Beatty kept secret the fact that actress Shirley MacLaine, already a star, was his older sister. Over time, he has cultivated a mystique, giving few interviews and instructing others not to talk about him. Until now. Through years of groundbreaking research, lauded biographer Suzanne Finstad gained unprecedented access to Beatty’s family, close friends, and film colleagues, including such luminaries in the arts and politics as Jane Fonda, Goldie Hawn, Leslie Caron, Robert Towne, Mike Nichols, and Senators John McCain, George McGovern, and Gary Hart. Weaving hundreds of these candid interviews, photographs from private albums, personal letters, diaries, and the previously unpublished papers of the late Natalie Wood and mentors such as directors Elia Kazan and George Stevens, playwrights Clifford Odets and William Inge, and agent Charles Feldman, Warren Beatty unveils the real Beatty—a complex, sensitive visionary torn between the “fairly puritanical, football-playing boy” from Virginia and his Hollywood playboy image. Finstad paints a rich, fascinating portrait of the secretive film legend, taking us back to the “unrealized genius” parents who molded arguably the most famous brother and sister in Hollywood history, tracing the family influences and events in Beatty’s past that directly inspired McCabe & Mrs. Miller, Shampoo, Heaven Can Wait, Reds, Ishtar, Dick Tracy, Bugsy, Love Affair, and Bulworth, and led to his political activism, culminating in a near-bid for the White House. Finstad constructs the definitive, myth-shattering account of Beatty’s evolution from Hollywood’s enfant terrible to producer of the revolutionary Bonnie and Clyde, launching him as the premier actor/director/writer/producer of his generation, the only person to twice earn Oscar nominations in all five major categories. Here also is the truth about Beatty the lover, setting the record straight on his storied relationships with such iconic actresses and beauties as Jane Fonda, Joan Collins, Natalie Wood, Leslie Caron, Julie Christie, Goldie Hawn, Michelle Phillips, Diane Keaton, Isabelle Adjani, and Madonna. Finstad’s astute insights illuminate Beatty’s private struggle to attain happiness, his complicated bond with his sister, Shirley, and the deeper reasons why, at fifty-four, the archetypal bachelor married actress Annette Bening. Stunningly researched, engrossing, and exquisitely detailed, Warren Beatty: A Private Man gives us a new understanding of the enigmatic, fiercely intelligent star who embodies the American dream.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Studying Dance

Author : Schupp, Karen
ISBN : 9781450437165
Genre : Performing Arts
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This text prepares students to navigate their dance programs and prepare for a various careers. It orients students to dance as an academic discipline, broadens their understanding of dance, establishes solid approaches to studying dance, and connects dance on campus to their previous training.
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Dance While You Can

Author : Kayar Adasan
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It all started with a silly prank, a play, and a dance—a love so enduring, so indestructible that it would survive against all odds. Elizabeth Sorrill is the junior matron at Foxton's elite School for Boys. Blessed with the kind of beauty others only dream about, her attractions prove irresistible to Alexander Belmayne, the 17-year-old son of the Lord Chief Justice. But their passionate affair is shortlived as bitter lies and scandal force them apart. Angry and frustrated at Oxford, Alexander thrives on his reputation as a heartbreaker, until Bohemian beauty Jessica Poynter draws him into a fast life of glittering excess and depravity in London's high society. But when a chance meeting brings Alexander and Elizabeth together again, their passionate reunion leads to a breathtaking crime fired by an overwhelming obsession—a hatred so violent it knows no limits. From Publishers Weekly In the conventional romance tradition, British writer Lewis ( A Class Apart ) wastes no time hurling her protagonists into a passionate situation that colors the futures of both. Junior matron (nurse) Elizabeth Sorrill is the first crush of most of the boys at Foxton's, an English public school, and she unwittingly encourages the lustful fantasies of senior student Alexander Belmayne, son of the lord chancellor. Only a few years older than Alexander, Elizabeth cannot deny her own attraction, and the two have a brief affair that ends badly. Angry and hurt, Alexander goes off to Oxford and launches a career of debauchery at the same time he begins his law studies. Pregnant with Alexander's child, Elizabeth returns briefly to work at her father's carnival, but is rescued from this tawdry life by wealthy art dealer Edward Walters, whom she marries. The older man becomes obsessed with eradicating Elizabeth's memories of Alexander, while her former lover marries Jessica Poynter, upper-crust bohemian, as a kind of perverse penance for his previous womanizing. There are many other complications, related in a breathless, portentous style, and though the plot often strains credibility, fans of the genre may find a new favorite here. Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc. About the Author Susan Lewis is the bestselling author of 24 novels, including Cruel Venus, Dance While You Can, Darkest Longings, A French Affair, Obsession, Vengeance, and Wildfire. Her novel The Hornbeam Tree was short-listed for the Romantic Novelists' Association Romantic Novel of the Year Award 2005.
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Chaos And Complexity In Astrophysics

Author : Oded Regev
ISBN : 0521855349
Genre : Mathematics
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A primer for researchers and graduate students; introduces and applies chaos techniques to specific astrophysical systems.
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Hitch 22

Author : Christopher Hitchens
ISBN : 9781742690438
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"The life story of one of the most admired and controversial public intellectuals of our time"--Provided by publisher.
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Our Young Folks

Author : John Townsend Trowbridge
ISBN : UOM:39015062245272
Genre : Children's literature
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Comic Poems

Author : Thomas Hood
ISBN : STANFORD:36105010246309
Genre : English poetry
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Hood S Own

Author : Thomas Hood
ISBN : WISC:89119109346
Genre : English wit and humor
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Poems Of Places

Author : Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
ISBN : CORNELL:31924082223375
Genre : English poetry
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Poems

Author : Thomas Hood
ISBN : NLI:2977232-110
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Become A Man Of Confi Dance

Author : Raoul Weinstein
ISBN : 9781477140321
Genre : Performing Arts
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This book addresses why dance, a major departure from those books available that tell you hhow to dance.It will help men of all ages see a picture of why they should be dancing, what dancing can bring to their lives and where becoming a confident dancer can lead. More men need to find the enrichment that dancing, not watching, bring to their lives and the lives of those around them. Becoming a Man of Confi-dance can and will change your life - it did for this author. It might be for only one special moment or for years to come. The smile on the face of your daughter or wife when you dance with her for the first time at a wedding or an anniversary will stay in your hearts and memories for the rest of your lives. Reading this book is just as vital for ladies whose husbands or significant others won't dance. Changing the attitude of the man in her life regarding dancing can enhance or breathe new life into long-term relationships, or even help ignite new and exciting ones. with the popularity of shows like Dancing with the stars, our world today promotes, encourages and idolizes dancing now more than ever. This timely book can help a man confidently open the door and step out into this new and exciting world.
Category: Performing Arts