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The Flowers Of Evil

Author : Charles Baudelaire
ISBN : 0819568007
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A modernist classic translated for the twenty-first century.
Category: Literary Criticism

Hope For The Flowers

Author : Trina Paulus
ISBN : 0809117541
Genre : Religion
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A different sort of book for everyone except those who have given up completely. (and even they might secretly enjoy it.)
Category: Religion

Our Lady Of The Flowers

Author : Jean Genet
ISBN : 9781626570221
Genre : Fiction
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Jean Genet's seminal Our Lady Of The Flowers (1943) is generally considered to be his finest fictional work. The first draft was written while Genet was incarcerated in a French prison; when the manuscript was discovered and destroyed by officials, Genet, still a prisoner, immediately set about writing it again. It isn't difficult to understand how and why Genet was able to reproduce the novel under such circumstances, because Our Lady Of The Flowers is nothing less than a mythic recreation of Genet's past and then - present history. Combining memories with facts, fantasies, speculations, irrational dreams, tender emotion, empathy, and philosophical insights, Genet probably made his isolation bearable by retreating into a world not only of his own making, but one over which he had total control.
Category: Fiction

The Flowers Of Wit

Author : Henry Kett
ISBN : IND:30000131168340
Genre : English wit and humor
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Category: English wit and humor

The Flowers

Author : Dagoberto Gilb
ISBN : 9781555848224
Genre : Fiction
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Sonny Bravo is a tender, unusually smart fifteen-year-old who is living with his vivacious mother in a large city where intense prejudice is not just white against black, but also brown. When Sonny’s mother, Silvia, suddenly marries an Okie building contractor named Cloyd Longpre, they are uprooted to a small apartment building, Los Flores. As Sonny sweeps its sidewalks, he meets his neighbors and becomes ensnared in their lives: Cindy, an eighteen-year-old druggie who is married and bored; Nica, a cloistered Mexican girl who cares for her infant brother but who is never allowed to leave their unit. The other tenants range from Pink, an albino black man who sells old cars in front of the building, to Bud, a muscled-up construction worker who hates blacks and Mexicans, even while he’s married to a Mexican-American woman. Dagoberto Gilb, in arguably his most powerful work yet, has written an inspiring novel about hate, pain, anger, and love that transcends age, race, and time. Gilb’s novel displays the fearlessness and wit that have helped make him one of this country’s most authentic and original voices.
Category: Fiction

The Flowers Of Wiricuta

Author : Tom Pinkson
ISBN : 0892816597
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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In this autobiographical account of his immersion in the shamanic traditions of the Huichol tribe, Pinkson shows how he has successfully incorporated their teachings into his own work with terminally ill children and their families. This is a heart-felt record of a personal search for a clearer understanding of the true self.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Between The Flowers

Author : Harriette Simpson Arnow
ISBN : 9781609173807
Genre : Fiction
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Between the Flowers is Harriette Simpson Arnow's second novel. Written in the late 1930s, but unpublished until 1997, this early work shows the development of social and cultural themes that would continue in Arnow's later work: the appeal of wandering and of modern life, the countervailing desire to stay within a traditional community, and the difficulties of communication between men and women in such a community. Between the Flowers goes far beyond categories of "local color," literary regionalism, or the agrarian novel, to the heart of human relationships in a modernized world. Arnow, who went on to write Hunter's Horn (1949) and The Dollmaker (1952)—her two most famous works—has continually been overlooked by critics as a regional writer. Ironically, it is her stinging realism that is seen as evidence of her realism, evidence that she is of the Cumberland—an area somehow more "regional" than others. Beginning with an edition of critical essays on her work in 1991 and a complete original edition of Hunter's Horn in 1997, the Michigan State University Press is pleased to continue its effort to make available the timeless insight of Arnow's work with the posthumous publication of Between the Flowers.
Category: Fiction

All The Flowers

Author : Tom Milton
ISBN : 9780979457937
Genre : Fiction
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A love story set in the late 1960s about a young singer (Teri) and a piano player (Andre). Teri and her brother (Tim) are close fraternal twins who haven't sorted out their gender identities. Teri is a tomboy, and Tim is a sensitive boy who falls short of their father's expectations. Tim believes he can prove his manhood by dropping out of college and enlisting in the army, and Teri is trying to stop him since she is afraid he will be sent to Vietnam. When she falls in love with Andre she begins to find her gender identity, but she struggles to maintain her spiritual identity when her faith is tested by events.
Category: Fiction