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I Wear The Black Hat

Author : Chuck Klosterman
ISBN : 9781439184493
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The cultural critic questions how modern people understand the concept of villainy, describing how his youthful idealism gave way to an adult sympathy with notorious cultural figures to offer insight into the appeal of anti-heroes.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Sometimes I Wear A Black Hat

Author : Jimmie Meinke
ISBN : 1673186254
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This notebook makes a great gift for anyone who loves computer security and hacking. It features the quote "Sometimes I Wear A Black Hat" in a black font. More Details 120 pages of quality paper 6" x 9" paperback notebook with a soft matte cover Use with pencils, ink pen, or gel pen Convenient size for college, high school, work, and home Makes a great gift for birthdays, Christmas, holidays, and special occasions Perfect as a notebook, journal, log book, or composition book

Breaking Bad

Author : Lara C. Stache
ISBN : 9781442278271
Genre : Performing Arts
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As one of the most critically acclaimed shows of all time, Breaking Bad explored the life and crimes of a high school chemistry teacher turned meth kingpin of the American Southwest. As Walter White and his former student Jesse Pinkman become deeply entwined in the drug world, their narrative leaves a trail of bodies strewn across the show’s five seasons—a story that resulted in more than 15 Emmy awards. In Breaking Bad: A Cultural History, Lara C. Stache offers an engaging analysis of the program, focusing on the show’s fascinating characters and complex story lines. Stache gives the show its due reverence, but also suggests new ways of understanding and critiquing the series as a part of the larger culture in which it exists. The author looks at how the program challenges viewers to think about the choices made in the narrative, analyzes what did and did not work, and determines the program’s cultural significance, particularly its place in twenty-first century America. The author also explores how Breaking Bad grapples with themes of morality, legality, and anti-drug rhetoric and looks at how the marketing of the series influenced the ways in which television shows are now promoted. Breaking Bad: A Cultural History captures the spirit of the series and examines how the show had an impact on viewers like no other program. This book will be of interest to fans of the show as well as to scholars and students of television, media, and American popular culture.
Category: Performing Arts

Sometimes I Wear A Black Hat

Author : Man Cave Publishing
ISBN : 167318975X
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This notebook is perfect for anyone interested in the field of computer security and hacking. It features the quote "Sometimes I Wear A Black Hat" in a black font and dark green background. More Details 120 pages of quality paper 6" x 9" paperback notebook with a soft matte cover Use with pencils, ink pen, or gel pen Convenient size for college, high school, work, and home Makes a great gift for birthdays, Christmas, holidays, and special occasions Perfect as a notebook, journal, log book, or composition book

The Flower Girls

Author : Dee Williams
ISBN : 9780755387038
Genre : Fiction
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After severing all ties, can she ever reunite with those she left behind? The Flower Girls is a heart-breaking saga of destructive ambition and the power of family ties, from much-loved author Dee Williams. Perfect for fans of Lindsey Hutchinson and Cathy Sharp. Identical twins Lily and Rose Flowers aren't from a rich family, but they lead a comfortable life in 1920s Rotherhithe with their mum and dad. The twins are the apple of their parents' eye, and each other's best friend - they always know what the other is thinking. Feisty Rose has a more rebellious nature than her sister, but it's never before interfered with their closeness. However, Rose's secret dissatisfaction with her humdrum lifestyle reaches a head when she meets the rich and handsome Rodger. To the shock of the Flowers family, she elopes with him to Gretna Green. Once Rose has the money and glamour she's always craved, nothing will persuade her to contact her family again; not even her father's death. And then, in the wake of the Wall Street Crash of 1929, everything changes. With her charmed life in shreds and with no one left to turn to, Rose is determined to build bridges to those she has hurt the most. But can forgiveness be sought so easily - and can she ever truly escape her troubled past? What readers are saying about The Flower Girls: 'I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. Dee Williams paints vivid pictures of the times her characters lived. They make entertaining reading and escapism' 'Another superb book by Dee, couldn't put it down. This book is a great read and I fully recommend it... The ending is quite a surprise' 'A well written book - good story line and interesting characters. A story that you could relate to'
Category: Fiction

The Measure Of Days

Author : Cynthia Harrod-Eagles
ISBN : 9780748133178
Genre : Fiction
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1916. England is at war, and the Morland family is in the thick of it, with two men already in France and three more soon to go. Tragedy strikes Morland Place when Jessie's husband Ned is reported missing on the Western Front. His father launches a desperate bid to find him, but the family fear the worst. Jessie, in mourning and frustrated by her job as an auxiliary nurse, goes to London to work in a military hospital. There she is reunited with her old friend Oliver, posted to the capital under the RAMC. Also in London is Violet, whose affair with the brilliant artist Octavian Laidislaw is about to erupt in scandal . . . The Measure of Days paints a portrait of a family, and a nation, at war, at a pivotal point in history. With the onset of conscription, no one is left unaffected. Every man must hold himself in readiness; and every woman knows that when she says goodbye, it might be for the last time.
Category: Fiction

The Many Facets Of Diamonds Are Forever

Author : Oliver Buckton
ISBN : 9781498567589
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This book explores themes of consumerism, gender and sexuality, genre, popular culture, and American culture in Diamonds Are Forever, situating Ian Fleming’s novel and Guy Hamilton’s film as important milestones in modern popular culture.
Category: Literary Criticism

Vietnam Voices

Author : James F. Behr
ISBN : 9780595314669
Genre : History
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Vietnam Voices is an oral history in the spirit of Terkel's oral history of World War II, The Good War. The reader gets the real Vietnam experience from the personal narratives of servicemen who served in America's longest war. The veterans narrate their reminiscences about the time before their entry into the service and what it was like to be in the military knowing that they would be sacrificing the next two or more years of their lives for their country. The veterans tell about their duties in Vietnam, from being a helicopter pilot to running a base camp beer garden. This work is important because it allows the veterans to tell their stories about life before, during and after their service in Vietnam.
Category: History

Three Stories Involving Pants

Author : Chuck Klosterman
ISBN : 9781451625035
Genre : Social Science
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Originally collected in Chuck Klosterman IV and now available both as a stand-alone essay and in the ebook collection Chuck Klosterman on Living and Society, this essay is about clothes.
Category: Social Science

Never Too Late

Author : Charles L. Wolfe
ISBN : 9781491810699
Genre : Poetry
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Following a tour in the US Air Force, the author attended Valparaiso University where he earned a degree in Political Science and where he first felt the desire to express himself in poetry after attending a course in Oral Interpretation. He previously authored a book of poetry titled Reflections dedicated to his wife Naomi who served as his primary critic. His purpose for writing a second book is the hope that other senior citizens will be urged to explore their given talents and use them to touch the lives of others. You will chuckle at My Inside Outside Hat and others, feel the hand of nature working in Sirocco and reflect on the past and future in Never Too Late. A number of the entries are taken from actual events in the author’s life.
Category: Poetry