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Girl In A Cage

Author : Jane Yolen
ISBN : 1911279424
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The Girl In The Cage

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ISBN : OCLC:890328157
Genre : Motion picture plays
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Category: Motion picture plays

Weekly World News

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Rooted in the creative success of over 30 years of supermarket tabloid publishing, the Weekly World News has been the world's only reliable news source since 1979. The online hub is a leading entertainment news site.

The Coldest Girl In Coldtown

Author : Holly Black
ISBN : 9780316213110
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Tana lives in a world where walled cities called Coldtowns exist. In them, quarantined monsters and humans mingle in a decadently bloody mix of predator and prey. The only problem is, once you pass through Coldtown's gates, you can never leave. One morning, after a perfectly ordinary party, Tana wakes up surrounded by corpses. The only other survivors of this massacre are her exasperatingly endearing ex-boyfriend, infected and on the edge, and a mysterious boy burdened with a terrible secret. Shaken and determined, Tana enters a race against the clock to save the three of them the only way she knows how: by going straight to the wicked, opulent heart of Coldtown itself. The Coldest Girl in Coldtown is a wholly original story of rage and revenge, of guilt and horror, and of love and loathing from bestselling and acclaimed author Holly Black.
Category: Young Adult Fiction

Tiger In A Cage

Author : Alma Wu
ISBN : 1462818919
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Wu Tek Ying's memoir illuminates the customs of China during the turbulent years of 1914-1952. Love affairs, arranged marriages, warlords, jealousy, imprudent marriages and China's changing political scene affect Tek Ying's life. The threat of Communism forced Tek Ying to flee to Hong Kong.
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Nest In A Cage

Author : Foluke Ogunleye
ISBN : 0797800026
Genre : Drama
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For a long time, Nigerian theatre has been mostly in the hands of men. Female figures in Nigerian drama, and the images of women portrayed have been limiting. However, things are changing: female dramatists are emerging, and plays are being written and directed from women?s viewpoints. On such play is Nest in a Cage. The playwright describes her work as ?a modern morality play?, ?which debunks the myth among many modern young girls that material success can only be attained through consorting with debauched rich old men?. Her play throws patriarchal structures into relief, and unpicks what she terms the ?patriarchal fallacy of the polygamous instinct, which allows men, no matter how old, to seek adulterous trysts with girls young enough to be their daughters?. The story is told as a flashback: Dr Adaguno, a medical doctor of great repute has been invited to address a group of secondary school girls about good behaviour. However, in true adolescent spirit, one of the students challenges her to talk about her past.
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Cumulative Paperback Index 1939 1959

Author : R. Reginald
ISBN : 9780893700225
Genre : Reference
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This was the first bibliography and guide to the American mass market paperback book, and it remains one of the most definitive. The major index is by author, and lists: author, title, publisher, book number, year of publication, and cover price. The title index lists titles and authors only. The publisher index provides a history of that imprint, with addresses, number ranges, and general physical description of the books issued. This is the place that all study of the American paperback must begin.
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The Third World

Author : R.J. Brown
ISBN : 9781479765652
Genre : Fiction
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The world is in ruins after a cataclysmic event, known as the flash, has destroyed every adult in the western world, leaving only a generation of children to preserve the remnants of Australian culture. This generation, however, is not alone, as a cascade of third world refugees soon arrive on the shores, and a new society is formed. Clair, Danny and Sarah are three siblings trapped in the torment of this ever changing world, and it is only through great pain, suffering and endurance that they can rise to the relentless struggle for survival. Fighting against vicious gangs, gamblers and slavers, the three embark on an adventure that will have them face the brutal reality of The Third World.
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Girl In The Water

Author : Nancy Kilgore
ISBN : 9780757317415
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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When Nancy Kilgore was nine years old, her eleven-year-old sister Sherry led her into the scorching midday sun, tied her to a chair, and taped her eyelids to her eyebrows with electrical tape, leaving Nancy helpless for hours to stare into a blinding blue sky. For years, Sherry physically tortured her younger sister and threatened to kill her if the cruelty was revealed. Each time Nancy walked into her own bedroom she would have to repeat self-deprecating passwords: "I am ugly and stupid." "I am ugly, stupid, and no one loves me." "Please may I come in?" Girl in the Water details the most shuttering examples of sibling abuse, the untold secret in millions of homes. Each year, 19 million children are abused by their siblings and well over 80 million adults have suffered this type of abuse. With vivid imagery and heartbreaking accounts, Kilgore leads readers on a journey into the prison she was born into, where she is confronted with her childhood dreams, family bonds, coming of age in the shadow of terror, and the complex after-effects of bullying and sibling abuse that followed her into adulthood. Struggling to piece together her haunted past before it consumed her, Kilgore shares her inspiring metamorphosis and victorious battle from a fragile, shattered survivor to that of an eventual speaker and activist. Girl in the Water is the story of one woman, with a phoenix-like power, who came up against all odds and won. Her story will resonate with millions of adult sibling-abuse survivors who have never felt free to tell their stories . . . until now.
Category: Biography & Autobiography