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Pride Over Pity

Author : Kailyn Lowry
ISBN : 9781682612842
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Kailyn Lowry is the feisty, unapologetic, tattooed beauty whose determination to raise her son on her own terms has been documented on MTV’s critically acclaimed, hit series Teen Mom 2. Across five seasons, fans have watched her grow from a vulnerable, pregnant teen into a fiercely independent young mother. Through the breakup with the father of her child and the ensuing custody battles, her struggle to come to terms with her troubled childhood, her diagnosis with bipolar disorder, and relentless online bullying, Kailyn has faced it all with her head held high and her spirit intact. But there is more to her story than what has been seen on television. In a moving effort to finally put the past behind her, Kailyn shares her troubled, often painful story and, for the first time, reveals the dark secrets she has so closely guarded. Guided by the single principle of helping other young girls like her, she takes the reader behind the scenes, writing candidly about her desperate stay at a homeless shelter to qualify for a program that would provide a safe home for her son, breaking her silence on the question of her sexuality, and sharing the traumatic sexual experiences that have left her deeply scarred. Pride Over Pity is a raw, brutally honest, and ultimately inspiring account of a young woman’s resolve not only to survive but to succeed.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Our War Paint Is Writers Ink

Author : Adam Spry
ISBN : 9781438468839
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Explores a little-known history of exchange between Anishinaabe and American writers, showing how literature has long been an important venue for debates over settler colonial policy and indigenous rights. For the Anishinaabeg—the indigenous peoples of the Great Lakes—literary writing has long been an important means of asserting their continued existence as a nation, with its own culture, history, and sovereignty. At the same time, literature has also offered American writers a way to make the Anishinaabe Nation disappear, often by relegating it to a distant past. In this book, Adam Spry puts these two traditions in conversation with one another, showing how novels, poetry, and drama have been the ground upon which Anishinaabeg and Americans have clashed as representatives of two nations contentiously occupying the same land. Focusing on moments of contact, appropriation, and exchange,Spry examines a diverse range of texts in order to reveal a complex historical network of Native and non-Native writers who read and adapted each other’s work across the boundaries of nation, culture, and time. By reconceiving the relationship between the United States and the Anishinaabeg as one of transnational exchange, Our War Paint Is Writers’ Ink offers a new methodology for the study of Native American literatures, capable of addressing a long history of mutual cultural influence while simultaneously arguing for the legitimacy, and continued necessity, of indigenous nationhood. In addition, the author reexamines several critical assumptions—about authenticity, identity, and nationhood itself—that have become common wisdom in both Native American and US literary studies.

Kailyn Lowry S Hustle And Heart Adult Coloring Book

Author : Kailyn Lowry
ISBN : 9781682611647
Genre : Art
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Inspiration for life’s challenges from New York Times bestselling author and Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry. Bestselling author Kailyn Lowry’s new book Hustle and Heart is packed with inspirational messages for those making their way through life’s challenging mix of joy and hardship. Now, in this companion coloring book, Kailyn shares some of her most inspirational thoughts and images. There’s nothing you can’t survive — with a little bit of hustle and heart.
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Author : Samuel Parr
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New York Mirror

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The Pride Of Babylon

Author : Warren Way
ISBN : 1462827004
Genre : Fiction
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Cut off from a mother's love and facing his father's rejection, legendary King Nebuchadnezzar II struggles through waves of conflict to eventually reign over the great Empire known as Babylon. Fiction based on biblical and historical fact, The PRIDE OF BABYLON chronicles "Nebuk's" birth, struggles to please his father, finding and marrying Mara (the love of his life) then through military successes, to the throne and finally seven years of madness. While military success makes him popular with the people, it does not exempt him from conflict. fending off members of his own family who plot to kill him or at least deny his right to rule by stealing the throne from him. Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach and Abed Nego, faithful Judean eunuch slaves play key roles in the development of the Babylonian Empire and personally to this great king who shaped the history of the world.
Category: Fiction

Love Is Bubblegum

Author : Kailyn Lowry
ISBN : 9781618688613
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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In her debut children’s book, Love Is Bubblegum, New York Times bestselling author and reality TV star Kailyn Lowry explores the meaning of love through a joyful chorus of children's voices. Alternately heartwarming and hilarious, each child’s unique perspective is brought to life with playful illustrations by breakout children’s book illustrator Fuuji Takashi.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Contempt And Pity

Author : Daryl Michael Scott
ISBN : 080784635X
Genre : Political Science
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For over a century, the idea that African Americans are psychologically damaged has played an important role in discussions of race. In this provocative work, Daryl Michael Scott argues that damage imagery has been the product of liberals and conservative
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No Time For Pity And Other Tales

Author : Barbara Yates Rothwell
ISBN : 9781426992353
Genre : Fiction
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From more than 150 short stories produced during four decades of professional writing, Barbara has picked twenty that show a variety of themes, from humour to tragedy, love to hate, revealing a wide range of human emotions and yearnings, and the highs and lows that make humanity such a fascinating study. The opening story, No Time for Pity, is a new look at an old crime: the murders of two young princes in the Tower of London, 1483. Australians are all too aware of the theme of Beached Spirit - the unwelcome arrival of beached whales. For light relief, The Cornish Pot introduces a real fairy, and in Whatever Happened to Love? the eccentricities of the aristocracy meet head-on with the end result of an ungentlemanly act. Malcolm, 15, goes to The Island to escape the irritations of family life, but the island's peace is transitory. The Old Bloke introduces us to a tramp, whose unchanging routine is shattered when he finds a dollar coin outside a fairground. How wrong can you be? The author in Breakfast in Paradise fancies himself as a student of human nature. But his confidence is deflated when breakfast at the Hotel Paradiso turns briefly into chaos. Are people ever what they seem? The final story, The Wallflower, has been included because of its special status in Barbara's career - it was the first she ever sold, and it was broadcast by the BBC.
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Hustle And Heart

Author : Kailyn Lowry
ISBN : 9781618688149
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Pity In Fin De Si Cle French Culture

Author : Gonzalo J. Sánchez
ISBN : 0275980006
Genre : Social Science
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Describes how an appeal to a reader's sense of traditional "pity" in the writings of French philosophers, social theorists, and novelists interacted with the interest in studying and promoting the virtue within society.
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Tis Pity She S A Whore

Author : John Ford
ISBN : 0803252617
Genre : Drama
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The central situation of 'Tis Pity She's a Whore is an incestuous love between brother and sister, and it is hardly surprising that critics have differed widely in their interpretation of the exact meaning and significance of the play. . . . All the love affairs in the play end in disaster . . . it would even be possible to read the play as a series of warnings against the destructive effects of passion."--N. W. Bawcutt
Category: Drama

With All Thine Heart

Author : Ilan Stavans
ISBN : 9780813547978
Genre : Religion
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"In these fascinating conversations, a brilliant literary scholar turns his meticulous attention to familiar texts of the Jewish Bible that speak of love and human emotion. What results is a uniqueness of perception, as well as a transforming experience for the reader:'ùSherwin B. Nuland, author of How We Die "Ilan Stavans bites into the apple and invites us to share the fruit of his knowledge. The perfect guide to the biblical universe, he spins brilliant metaphors that help us re-envision not only the timeless tales but also our own time-bound world:'ùRuth Knafo Setton, author of The Road to Fez "An essential topic, scrutinized with profound knowledge, insight, and acuity. A wonderful, precious book:'ùNorman Manea, author of The Hooligan's Return Is the Bible actually a love story between a deity and a people? And what does this love story have to do with the modern world? In With All Thine Heart distinguished cultural critic Ilan Stavans engages in a conversation with freelance writer Mordecai Drache about love in the Bible. Addressing a wide range of topics, from biblical archaeology and fundamentalism to Hollywood movies, lexicography, and the act of praying, the dialogue between Stavans and Drache shows how the Bible is a multidimensional text and one that, when considered over the course of history, still has the power to shape our world. Organized chronologically from Genesis to Exodus and followed by insightful meditations on the Song of Songs and the Book of Job, With All Thine Heart is a delightful intellectual and spiritual treat.
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Little Review

Author : Margaret C. Anderson
ISBN : SRLF:A0007735129
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature

The Little Review

Author : Margaret C. Anderson
ISBN : UOM:39015033006209
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature