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Girl Friday

Author : Jane Green
ISBN : 9780141958002
Genre : Fiction
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Jane Green, author of the bestsellers Second Chance and Straight Talking, examines love, friendships and their limits in her moving and entertaining novel Girl Friday. Since her divorce a year ago, Kit Hargrove feels she has finally got her life back on track. Gone is the lonely Wall Street widow she used to be, and in her place is a happier, more fulfilled woman, with a new job she loves - working for uber-famous novelist Robert McClore - a small but cosy new home with her children, and the beginnings of a tentative friendship with her ex-husband. She even has time for yoga classes with her new best friend Tracy. The only thing missing is a man. And when Tracy introduces her to Steve - charming, romantic and attentive - Kit wonders if he could be the final piece of the jigsaw. But Kit doesn't know that Tracy is hiding a secret, one that could destroy their friendship, her happiness with Steve, even her new life. Torn between suspicion and love, Kit doesn't know which way to turn. For there are some betrayals that a friendship can't survive . . . Praise for Jane Green 'A densely plotted brew of love and mistakes' The Times 'Green keeps us transfixed until the very last word' Heat
Category: Fiction

Nobody S Girl Friday

Author : J. E. Smyth
ISBN : 9780190840822
Genre : Performing Arts
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"Disillusioned with what the American film industry had become by the 1970s, Bette Davis remembered a time when "women owned Hollywood." This book is their story. Historian J.E. Smyth challenges the belief, reinforced in too many histories and public comments, that feminism died between 1930 and 1950, that women were not important within the Hollywood studio system, that male directors called all the shots, and that the most important Hollywood writer you should know about is Dalton Trumbo"--
Category: Performing Arts

His Girl Friday

Author : Diana Palmer
ISBN : 9781460391556
Genre : Fiction
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From New York Times bestseller Diana Palmer comes a reader-favorite story of a woman attempting to do the impossible: tame the roguish man she loves from afar… There has only ever been one man for young Danetta Marist…but he’s the one she can never have. That’s gruff, handsome boss Cabe Ritter, whose mere glance makes her spine tingle and her heart race. And then there was that heart-stopping kiss in his office. But Danetta believes in marriage and happily-ever-afters. And everyone knows Cabe is a terrible womanizer… Deep down, Cabe is no playboy. Long ago, he put up a facade to protect himself from any woman—like his alluring secretary—who wanted a commitment from him. Cabe knows that young, fresh and deliciously tempting Danetta has a lot to learn about love. But now that he has held her in his arms once, he decides that he’ll be the man to teach her…for the rest of their lives. Look for Diana Palmer’s tale of love born in Big Sky County with Wyoming Rugged.
Category: Fiction

Hawks On Hawks

Author : Joseph McBride
ISBN : 9780813144313
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"I read Hawks on Hawks with passion. I am very happy that this book exists." -- François Truffaut Howard Hawks (1896--1977) is often credited as being the most versatile of all of the great American directors, having worked with equal ease in screwball comedies, westerns, gangster movies, musicals, and adventure films. He directed an impressive number of Hollywood's greatest stars -- including Humphrey Bogart, Cary Grant, John Wayne, Lauren Bacall, Rosalind Russell, and Marilyn Monroe -- and some of his most celebrated films include Scarface (1932), Bringing Up Baby (1938), The Big Sleep (1946), Red River (1948), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953), and Rio Bravo (1959). Hawks on Hawks draws on interviews that author Joseph McBride conducted with the director over the course of seven years, giving rare insight into Hawks's artistic philosophy, his relationships with the stars, and his position in an industry that was rapidly changing. In its new edition, this classic book is both an account of the film legend's life and work and a guidebook on how to make movies.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Early Modern English News Discourse

Author : Andreas H. Jucker
ISBN : 9789027254320
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Printbegrænsninger: Der kan printes 10 sider ad gangen og max. 40 sider pr. session
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Girl Friday

Author : Joanna Lumley
ISBN : 0563370718
Genre : Girl Friday (Television programme)
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Joanna Lumley feels she may, just possibly, be a budding Girl Friday and fancies her chances of survival on a deserted tropical island. She is not quite the candidate you would expect to volunteer for this rugged, uncomfortable and possibly dangerous mission, but armed with a survival kit, a box of matches, some tins of sardines and only Hello magazine for company, she will set off to discover the delights and dilemmas of life in paradise.
Category: Girl Friday (Television programme)

Friday S Girl

Author : Charlotte Bingham
ISBN : 9781409045397
Genre : Fiction
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When the famous portrait artist Napier Todd stumbles across Edith Hanson scrubbing floors, he is immediately struck by her beauty. Within a few weeks Napier and Edith are married and she moves into his large country house - much to the envy of the other maids. However the marriage is troubled and Edith falls seriously ill. Napier takes her to the idyllic Cornish fishing village of Newbourne to convalesce where Edith meets Celandine. Celandine Benyon is a struggling artist who moved to Paris to seek inspiration and fell in love with another painter, Sheridan Montague Robertson. The couple eloped to Gretna Green after Celandine was disowned by her mother, and together they set up home in Newbourne. Because Celandine understands Napier's artistic temperament, she tries to help Edith with her troubled marriage. However, although her advice succeeds beyond Edith's wildest dreams, it also causes tragic repercussions. And with the dangerously attractive Alfred Talisman waiting in the wings, will Edith ever find happiness?
Category: Fiction

His Girl Monday To Friday

Author : Linda Miles
ISBN : 9781459253155
Genre : Fiction
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The tycoon… All Charles Mallory wants is a secretary who won't burst into tears at the first sign of trouble—and who won't make the mistake of falling in love with him. Unfortunately, the good-looking tycoon does seem to have a strange effect on his female staff. He needs an assistant who's Mallory-proof! …and the temp! His childhood friend Barbara seems perfect. Barbara knows him too well to ever make the mistake of falling for him. Only, working closely with Barbara is having a strange effect on Charles. Could it be that Charles is in danger of falling for the one secretary who's immune to his charms?
Category: Fiction

Go Girl Friday

Author : D. C. Paull
ISBN : 1604740604
Genre : Fiction
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Sara Blake takes desperate measures after nine months of unemployment. Overqualified for most local job postings, she advertises herself in the local paper as aGirl Friday.a Her friends put the ad on two local billboards, causing a minor media stir in the city of Reno. The stunt pays off, and she soon lands a seemingly perfect job. Sara embraces her new position as a commercial property manager and quickly has things under control. A vandalism occurs at one of the properties, and then a tenant is murdered, and Sara finds that all is not as it seems. Something strange is going on, and Saraas past skills as a banking compliance officer come into play. Sara noses around to find out if the red flags she has noticed have any merit, and breaks the rules she used to enforce. Soon enough, she learns that applying the skills of her old trade to her new one is dangerous business.
Category: Fiction

Considering Aaron Sorkin

Author : Thomas Fahy
ISBN : 9780786451654
Genre : Performing Arts
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Aaron Sorkin is one of the most notable voices in Hollywood, attracting millions of weekly viewers with his television series The West Wing and scoring box office success with films like A Few Good Men and The American President. With a musician’s sense of rhythm and writing skills honed in the theater, Sorkin crafts dialogue that brings characters to life. His crisp, tight language is both exciting to listen to and poetic in its beauty and power—but what lies behind the slick, sophisticated exchanges between Sorkin’s characters? Does Sorkin’s ability to captivate viewers with rapid-fire, humorous dialogue lull them into overlooking an inherent political agenda, a sense of elitism, and gender bias prominent throughout his work? Aaron Sorkin’s skill as a writer garners him accolades, even from his critics: complex, nuanced, sometimes subtle but often forceful, Sorkin’s work is best understood when viewed from a variety of perspectives. This collection of essays on the work of Aaron Sorkin affords greater insight into the complexities of his writing, drawing connections between the film and television output of today’s most prominent and influential screenwriter. Scholars from various fields—film, literature, art history, political science, and more—examine the thematic content and rhetorical strategy of Sorkin’s writing. Eleven essayists explore the subtle, pervasive and often contradictory messages woven throughout Sorkin’s work, from politics to portrayals of women, and consider his impact on film, television and culture. An interview with Aaron Sorkin precedes the essays, each of which has notes and a bibliography. An appendix covering film and television credits is included. Instructors considering this book for use in a course may request an examination copy here.
Category: Performing Arts

The New Biographical Dictionary Of Film 5th Ed

Author : David Thomson
ISBN : 9780748108503
Genre : Performing Arts
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This book is both more and less than history, a work of imagination in its own right, a piece of movie literature that turns fact into romance.' Gavin Lambert was reviewing the first edition of David Thomson's monumental work in 1975. In the eight years since the third edition was published, careers have waxed and waned, reputations been made and lost, great movies produced, trends set and scorned. This fourth edition has 200 entirely new entries and every original entry has been re-examined. Thus the roster of directors, actors, producers, screenwriters and cameramen is both historical and contemporary, with old masters reappraised in terms of how their work has lasted. Each of the 1,000 profiles is a keenly perceptive, provocative critical essay. Striking the perfect balance between personal bias and factual reliability, David Thomson - novelist, critic, biographer and unabashed film addict - has given us an enormously rich reference book, a brilliant reflection on the art and artists of the cinema.
Category: Performing Arts

William And Harry

Author : Ingrid Seward
ISBN : 1559706902
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Presents a dual portrait of the young princes of England, describing the challenges of growing up in the spotlight, dealing with their parents' breakup and mother's tragic death, and their relationships with the royal family and each other.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

His Girl Friday

Author : Shaw Festival Collection (University of Guelph)
ISBN : OCLC:906228666
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Inessa Armand

Author : R. C. Elwood
ISBN : 0521894212
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Revealing information on the first Director of the Women's Section of the Russian Communist Party.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Girl Behind The Keys

Author : Tom Gallon
ISBN : 9781460403457
Genre : Fiction
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“As the door was thrust open, I heard, as in a dream, the voice of Neal Larrard—calm and cool as ever—dictating to me; mechanically, my fingers touched the keys, and I began to type. While I did so, I felt that fearful dead thing pressing against my knees, and felt also the muzzle of the revolver hard against my side.” First published in 1903, The Girl Behind the Keys is a delightful example of early detective fiction in which Bella Thorn, a savvy young typist, foils the nefarious plans of her employer, a confidence man who exploits the hopes and fears infusing the popular imagination. As Arlene Young’s critical introduction demonstrates, the story unites many of the cultural and literary motifs marking the dawn of the twentieth century, when the Victorian era was giving way to modernity.
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Howard Hawks

Author : Todd McCarthy
ISBN : 0802137407
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A portrait of Howard Hawks traces the life and career of the successful Hollywood director who created such films as Scarface, Bringing Up Baby, Red River, Sergeant York, and The Big Sleep. Reprint.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Mobile Media In The Asia Pacific

Author : Larissa Hjorth
ISBN : 9781134072071
Genre : Social Science
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This century has been marked by the rapid and divergent uptake of mobile telephony throughout the world. The mobile phone has become a poignant symbol for postmodernity and the attendant modes of global mobility and immobility. Most notably, the icon of the mobile phone is most palpable in the Asia-Pacific in which a diversity of innovation and consumer practices – reflecting gender and locality – can be found. Through the lens of gendered mobile media, Mobile Media in the Asia Pacific provides insight into this phenomenon by focusing on case studies in Japan, South Korea, China and Australia. Despite the ubiquity and multi-layered nature of mobile media in the region, the patterns of female consumption have received little attention in the growing literature on mobile communication globally. Utilising ethnographic research conducted in the Asia-Pacific over a six-year period, this book investigates the relationship between gender, technology and various forms of mobility and immobility in the region. This book outlines the emerging modes of gender performativity that makes the Asia-Pacific region so distinct to other regions globally. Mobile Media in the Asia Pacific is a fascinating read for students and scholars interested in new media and gender in the Asia-Pacific region.
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The Cinema Of Steven Spielberg

Author : Nigel Morris
ISBN : 9780231503457
Genre : Performing Arts
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Cinema's most successful director is a commercial and cultural force demanding serious consideration. Not just triumphant marketing, this international popularity is partly a function of the movies themselves. Polarised critical attitudes largely overlook this, and evidence either unquestioning adulation or vilification often vitriolic for epitomising contemporary Hollywood. Detailed textual analyses reveal that alongside conventional commercial appeal, Spielberg's movies function consistently as a self-reflexive commentary on cinema. Rather than straightforwardly consumed realism or fantasy, they invite divergent readings and self-conscious spectatorship which contradict assumptions about their ideological tendencies. Exercising powerful emotional appeal, their ambiguities are profitably advantageous in maximising audiences and generating media attention.
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Still Moving

Author : Steven Higgins
ISBN : 0870703269
Genre : Architecture
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Founded in 1935, The Museum of Modern Art's Department of Film and Media is home to one of the most important film archives in the world. The collections include over twenty thousand works, from the earliest movies to the most contemporary moving picture art - from a twenty-seven-second film made by W.K.L. Dickson and William Heise in 1893 to video art and media works by artists such as Chris Marker, Pipilotti Rist, and Joan Jonas. Here, for the first time, is a volume that celebrates this remarkable archive, with over five hundred images from individual films, drawn largely from the Museum's collection of still photographs. Special sections detail significant collections, including those of works by Andy Warhol and Joseph Cornell, of films starring Douglas Fairbanks, and of films produced by the Edison and Biograph companies, two of the world's first commercial film producers. An introduction by Steven Higgins, Curator in the Department of Film and Media, outlines the history of the Museum's collections and gives some insight into how The Museum of Modern Art goes about fulfilling its mandate: acquiring, preserving, and exhibiting these extraordinary and singular works, which form such a large part of the history of the moving image.
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His Girl Friday

Author : Olivier Theatre
ISBN : OCLC:1205177035
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