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Emma And Violette Volume 1 One Dream For Three

Author : Jérôme Hamon
ISBN : 9791032804933
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Emma and Violette are sisters who share the same dream of attending Paris's most prestigious dance school. Violette passes the first audition with flying colors, but Emma doesn't, and their world comes crashing down. But there may be more than one way to dance through life... This is the revelation at the heart of the first volume of this lively and graceful narrative.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Emma Volume 1

Author : Jane Austen
Genre : England
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Author : Jane Austen
ISBN : OXFORD:400246139
Genre : England
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Author : Jane Austen
ISBN : 9781467775366
Genre : Fiction
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Emma Woodhouse is sure she'll never marry, and she's proud of it. However, that doesn't stop her from considering herself the village matchmaker. Though her friend, Harriet Smith, is already in love with a man who loves her back, Emma is positive she can find Harriet a better match. Through a set of embarrassing mishaps, unrequited love, and a secret relationship, Emma may find that her matchmaking skills need a little work. And, just maybe, there is someone on the horizon for her after all. Originally published in 1816 in the UK, this unabridged version of Jane Austen's classic comedy of manners illustrates the hazards of messing with others' relationships.
Category: Fiction

Emma Goldman A Documentary History Of The American Years Volume One

Author : Emma Goldman
ISBN : 0520086708
Genre : History
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A documentary history of Emma Goldman's life and work in the United States. This is the first of a three-volume set of the most important letters, newspaper articles, speeches, government documents, and photographs covering Goldman's life from her arrival in the US through 1905, when she founded the anarchist magazine "Mother Earth."
Category: History

The Day The Siren Stopped

Author : Clarissa Carlyle
ISBN : 9781536547849
Genre : Fiction
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Kathy Mae had endured years of dismissals, poverty and abuse for reasons that were never understandable to her. Since a small child, she has always been told how useless and worthless she was; and growing up she believed it. Now, nearly 30, she has decided to stop living that life and make a new one for herself. She checks out a self-help book from the local library that is supposed to change her life, and boy does it! With stubborn determination she finds herself with a new job, a life, and more surprising than anything, a new man. This intriguing man sees her for herself, for what she truly is... beautiful. Kathy finds herself in the throes of passion one minute and running for her life from a tornado the next! Her life becomes a whirlwind of adventure that leads her to discover an unbelievable secret about herself. Along the way she boldly faces her fears and learns about who she truly is. An enduring romance story about love, struggle and eternal hope.
Category: Fiction

Fresh Beginnings Michael And Delaney

Author : Clarissa Carlyle
ISBN : 9781533799494
Genre : Fiction
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"Fresh beginnings is without a doubt the best book I've read this year." -Sleepless in Houston "A very emotional book that I immensely enjoyed." -Emma "Wonderful can't-put-down romantic adventure." -Pamela M. Laney Sheppard doesn't want pity, and she doesn't want to be labeled. All she wants is to escape the tragedy that haunts her dreams and leaves her stumbling by day in a waking nightmare of loneliness and regret. It is this wish that spurs Laney to move from her comfortable hometown of Conrad, Iowa to the small fishing village of Garibaldi, Oregon. While working as a waitress at The Boathouse restaurant, Laney begins to make a new life for herself – but it isn't anything like she'd imagined. From exchanging witty repartee with the colorful clientele, to acclimatizing to the weather and learning how to sail, nothing is as simple as it seems. Michael Barragan is rude and belligerent. The solitary young fisherman repels everyone around him with his irritable demeanor. Laney, however, has no intentions of allowing anyone, especially Michael, to intimidate her. When their personalities collide, Laney and Michael discover a passion that neither had expected and a love that threatens to tear them apart. Can Laney and Michael help each other come to terms with the past; or are some people, like the sea, too tumultuous to tame? If you enjoy your romance with passion, suspense, a cast of colorful characters, shocking twists and heart-wrenching moments, then get your copy of Fresh Beginnings: Michael and Delaney now!
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Living My Life

Author : Emma Goldman
ISBN : 9780486122281
Genre : Social Science
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Volume 1 of the candid, no-holds-barred account by American anarchist Goldman relates her philosophical and political journey through life, beginning with her emigration from Russia to the U.S. in 1886.
Category: Social Science

The Poems Of Emma Lazarus Volume I

Author : Emma Lazarus
ISBN : 9780486799889
Genre : Poetry
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Volume I of the two-volume set features epochs, sonnets, and naturalist poems as well as Lazarus's most famous work, "The New Colossus," which is inscribed on the base of the Statue of Liberty.
Category: Poetry