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The Loved And The Lost

Author : Morley Callaghan
ISBN : 1550961519
Genre : Fiction
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To be compared with Chekhov, to be compared with Turgenev, that’s what the greatest man of American letters of our time, Edmund Wilson, said when this Morley Callaghan masterpiece appeared in the early fifties. With the story in Montreal, young Peggy Sanderson has become socially unacceptable because ofher association with black musicians in nightclubs. The black men think she must be involved sexually, the black women fear or loathe her, yet her direct, almost spiritual manner is at variance with her reputation. A socially acceptable Jim McAlpine falls under the sway of her personality; he becomes fascinated by her quest, he falls in love, and as a consequence lives are ruined and careers broken, yet overall the feel of charity that is a hallmark of Callaghan’s tone overrides this terrible tragic story.
Category: Fiction

The Loved And The Lost

Author : Stephany Steggall
ISBN : IND:30000111350447
Genre : Authors, Australian
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The Loved And The Lost

Author : Lory Kaufman
ISBN : 193655853X
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Hansum, Shamira, and Lincoln, twenty-fourth century people trapped in fourteenth-century Verona, use their knowledge of modern science and technology until they attract too much attention and fall in love with the wrong people as a plague approaches.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Too Loved To Be Lost

Author : Debora M. Coty
ISBN : 9781630586348
Genre : Religion
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In Too Loved to Be Lost, you'll find simple, practical steps for healing, refreshment, and revitalization of spirit, body, and faith. Whether you're struggling with issues related to trust, depression, patience, relationships, hurts, or hopes. . .this humor-filled volume will deliver a much-needed smile and equip you with simple-to-implement tips for attaining the kind of guidance and belonging you crave—the kind that can only be found in the unconditional love of Papa God.
Category: Religion

The Loved And Lost

Author : T. M. Cooks
ISBN : 1729750192
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A struggling Lu trying to find meaning in a world of confusion. After his turbulent childhood, what path does he take?

A Loving Testimony

Author : Lesléa Newman
ISBN : 0895947528
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Seventy-seven writers have contributed to this collection of first-person essays and poems that speak about the experience of losing a loved one to AIDS
Category: Family & Relationships

Letter To Those Who Have Lost A Loved One

Author : Emma Luciani
ISBN : 9781291347388
Genre : Science
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Bereavement hardly ever becomes an illness; however, it makes us feel intensely, overwhelmingly ill. The need to find understanding and emphathy cannot be easily quelled through gratuitous recommendations and common sense advice, which are much more helpful in soothing the anguish of those who provide them, rather than in alleviating the mourner's suffering. The aim of this text is precisely to provide a space of understanding and identification, useful to those who personally suffer the loss of a loved one, as well as to those who propose themselves as friends.
Category: Science

Racial Attitudes In English Canadian Fiction 1905 1980

Author : Terrence Craig
ISBN : 9781554586615
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Racial Attitudes in English-Canadian Fiction is a critical overview of the appearances and consequences of racism in English-Canadian fiction published between 1905 and 1980. Based on an analysis of traditional expressions in literature of group solidarity and resentment, the study screens English-Canadian novels for fictional representations of such feelings. Beginning with the English-Canadian reaction to the mass influx of immigrants into Western Canada after World War One, it examines the fiction of novelists such as Ralph Connor and Nellie McClung. The author then suggests that the cumulative effect of a number of individual voices, such as Grove and Salverson, constituted a counter-reaction which has been made more positive by Laurence, Lysenko, Richler and Clarke. The “debate” between these two sides, carried on in fictional and non-fictional writing, is seen to be in part resolved in synthesis after World War Two, as attitudes are forced by wartime alliances and intellectual pressures into a qualified liberalism. The author shows how single novels by Graham, Bodsworth, and Callaghan demonstrated a new concern for the exposure and eradication of racial discrimination, an attitude taken further by the works of Wiebe and Klein. The book concentrates on single texts that best portray deliberately or not, racist ideology or anti-racist arguments, and attempts to explain the arousal in Canada of such ideas.
Category: Literary Criticism