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Tunnel Of Love

Author : Gurkaran Singh
Genre : Family & Relationships
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A boy loves a girl but she is marrying someone else. He looks to forget her tries everything but her memories still haunt him. And on her marriage day everything changes. There are many stories on colleges in campus, the Hindus, the Ramjas and the SRCCS. But Delhi University is not all about all these colleges only. Welcome to tunnel of love the SGND story an extraordinary story about some people studying in a less known college of Delhi University. Readers looking for a teenage love story, teen romance, inter religion love, religious riots, compassion, struggle, love beyond boundaries, marriage, Stories of Love and much more will find this book a delight and will take them into a wonderful journey of compassion. Published by: © 2016 MeetCoogle. All Rights reserved and millions of readers around the world.
Category: Family & Relationships

Tunnel Of Love

Author : Hilma Wolitzer
ISBN : 9781453287866
Genre : Fiction
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Pregnant, recently widowed, and hoping for transformation, a young woman moves to Los Angeles with her teenage stepdaughter Linda has known only a few worthwhile men, and the good ones have a nasty habit of dying young. While teaching at the Newark branch of the Fred Astaire Dance Studio she meets Wright, who has a Mustang and a thirteen-year-old daughter, Robin. Soon enough Linda and Wright are married and pregnant, but just six weeks after the wedding he drops dead, leaving Linda with little besides the car and the girl. Unsure what else to do, Linda packs Robin into the Mustang and sets off for Los Angeles, toward a promise of a new and better life. Robin is surly, cynical, and addicted to junk food—in short, a typical teenager. But as Linda’s pregnancy progresses and they try to make their way in the City of Angels, this unlikely pair will forge an unexpected emotional connection. Hilma Wolitzer’s storytelling recalls the best work of Anne Tyler and Gail Godwin, and her wit shines through in this tale of improbable allegiances and contained grief. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Hilma Wolitzer, including rare photos and never-before-seen documents from the author’s personal collection.
Category: Fiction

In The Tunnel Of Love

Author : Marco Ristuccia
ISBN : 9783947714063
Genre : Photography
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The Tunnel of Love in Klevan (Northwest Ukraine) has become known in recent years as an Internet phenomenon and is now considered one of the most romantic tourist destinations in the world. - The authors were on site, searching for romance, and portrayed the visitors as well as the tunnel with its contradictory history. With 124 pages, 95 photos and numerous texts, this photography art book deals with several aspects of the leafy tunnel in 5 chapters: atmospheric pictures convey the fairytale atmosphere; a large report and interviews with Ukrainian couples illustrate the current situation of Ukraine; an unexpected discovery tells of the painful past.
Category: Photography

The Tunnel Of Love

Author : Peter De Vries
ISBN : 9780226173504
Genre : Fiction
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A comic novel of ambition and infidelity in the suburbs by “the funniest serious writer to be found either side of the Atlantic” (Kinglsey Amis). Harking from the golden age of fiction that skewered the middle-class American dream—the school of John Updike and John Cheever—this novel by the author of Slouching Towards Kalamazoo looks with laughter upon the lawns, cocktails, and creature comforts of suburbia, as well as the antics and anxieties that lurk just beneath its manicured facade. De Vries’s classic situation comedy The Tunnel of Love follows the interactions of a socially insecure, pun-loving family man, an officious lady caseworker from an adoption agency, and a chauvinist pig—all of whom are neighbors who know far too much about one another’s private lives. In this farcical tale of marital quibbles, De Vries employs his verbal fluidity and singular gift for wordplay to offer readers “his Scarlet Letter, in which adultery leads not to a consciousness of sin and repentance but to a neurotic guilt and the delicious enjoyment it affords” (D.G. Myers, from the introduction).
Category: Fiction

Tunnel Of Love

Author : Daniel Wolfe
ISBN : OCLC:1081310036
Genre : Anal sex
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Tunnel Of Love

Author : Patricia Quintana
ISBN : UCAL:X54478
Genre :
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Bruce Springsteen

Author : Susie Derkins
ISBN : 0823935221
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Presents the life and career of the New Jersey-born rock star and songwriter, Bruce Springsteen.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction


Author : David P. Hahner
ISBN : 073853563X
Genre : History
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For more than a century, Kennywood has been the Pittsburgh area's playground. Founded in 1898 at the terminus of the Monongahela Street Railway trolley line, the park quickly grew into a favorite summertime destination. Kennywood is unique in that it is one of the country's few successful trolley parks. In 1987, Kennywood was designated a National Historic Landmark and is known today as America's Finest Traditional Amusement Park. Many unique rides and attractions have distinguished Kennywood over the years. Some old favorites, such as the Rockets, Laff in the Dark, Ghost Ship, and Skooters, are long gone. Others, such as the Old Mill, Noah's Ark, Auto Race, Turtle, Whip, and Grand Carousel, still entertain guests today. Kennywood is perhaps best known for its impressive collection of roller coasters, from earlier coasters such as the Figure Eight, Speed-O-Plane, and Pippin to the Racer, Jack Rabbit, Thunderbolt, and Phantom's Revenge coasters that still thrill riders today.
Category: History

Walk Like A Man

Author : Robert Wiersema
ISBN : 9781553658450
Genre : Music
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The author describes the influence that the music of the American icon has had on his own life, discussing songs and albums that the singer has released over a forty-year period.
Category: Music

Out Of The Tunnel

Author : Patrick Jones
ISBN : 9781467774147
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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In Troy, Ohio, there's Trojan football and then there's everything else. It's been that way as long as anyone can remember. But it's been more than a decade since Troy took home the state title. This season, they finally have a chance to end the drought. Brian Norwood is the son of a Trojan football legend. His father starred on the last championship team—an undefeated team. And it seems like every sacred Trojan tradition began with his dad. Now Brian is the starting tight end—a member of the team's inner circle. He's finally living up to his father's expectations. But being one of Troy's privileged few is not at all what Brian expected.
Category: Young Adult Fiction


Author : Tim Riley
ISBN : 9781466876569
Genre : Music
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In Fever, music critic Tim Riley argues that while political and athletic role models have let us down, rock and roll has provided enduring role models for men and women. From Elvis Presley to Tina Turner to Bruce Springsteen to Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love, Riley makes a persuasive case that rock and roll, far from the corrosive force that conservative critics make it out to be, has instead been a positive influence in people's lives, laying out gender-defying role models far more enduringly than movies, TV, or "real life."
Category: Music

Images Of America In Scandinavia

Author : Poul Houe
ISBN : 9042006110
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The subject of Images of America in Scandinavia, the first comprehensive study of its kind, is as multifaceted, complex, and overwhelming as America or the United States, itself. It concerns the nature and function, reality and fiction of such images in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden past and present. The book is intended to be a source of solid information as well as a starting point for further inquiries into its cultural territory. Part of its focus is on images of America rooted in printed sources, but, in addition, general surveys of other cultural signs of America in the Scandinavian countries present a broader picture and provide some of the background for the predominantly literary images. Issues such as government and politics, popular and vanguard music and art, and socio-cultural institutions intermittently come to the fore. Framing the volume's three pairs of national surveys is an introductory chapter, which addresses the entire subject from a bird's-eye view, and a concluding chapter, which, by contrast, delves into the cross-fire of sentiments defining people whose images of America, are both American and Scandinavian. The discussion of America as perceived in Scandinavia sheds new light on intriguing inter-Scandinavian cultural distinctions and borderlines. Countless books and articles, methods and theories, have been devoted to the study of national and cultural identity. Still, the exchanges between such identities and the images they engender - so indispensable for the participants in a global culture - remain clouded by many misconceptions. Images of America in Scandinavia whose editors and authors all have Scandinavian backgrounds, will contribute an improved understanding of the cultural interplay between Scandinavia and the United States of America.
Category: Literary Criticism

Richard And Linda Thompson S Shoot Out The Lights

Author : Hayden Childs
ISBN : 9781441186997
Genre : Music
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In the fall of 1980 Richard and Linda Thompson (of Fairport Convention fame) had recently been dumped from their record label and were on the verge of divorce. Somehow they overcame these miserable circumstances and managed to make an album considered by many to be a masterpiece. Shoot Out The Lights puts the album-from the personal history driving the songs, to the recording difficulties they encountered and the subsequent fall-out-in context. This is a brilliant, emotional book about a brilliant, emotional album.
Category: Music

Doris Day

Author : Garry McGee
ISBN : 9781476603216
Genre : Performing Arts
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Doris Day, once called an Actors Studio unto herself, was one of the twentieth century’s greatest entertainers, with a career spanning 39 films, more than 150 television shows, and more than 500 recordings. This work covers the life and career of the singer and star of such films as Pillow Talk, The Man Who Knew Too Much and Calamity Jane. The work is divided into four sections, beginning with a biography of Day’s life from her birth in Cincinnati, Ohio, through four marriages, near-bankruptcy, and her dedication to animal rights, and concluding with her contented present life. A filmography lists each film with full credits, synopsis and reviews, plus her popularity rankings and awards. The third section lists complete record album releases with notes, single record releases, unreleased songs and recordings, music awards and nominations, radio appearances from big bands to solo work, her seven million-sellers, and chart placements. The final section lists Day’s television appearances, including synopses and credits for her five-season run with The Doris Day Show on CBS, the cable show Doris Day’s Best Friends, and her appearances in variety specials, talk shows, and documentaries.
Category: Performing Arts

Tugboats And Taxis Of Nyc

Author : Michael Scanlon
ISBN : 9781634170871
Genre : Humor
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Drive through the streets of New York City with your ever so friendly cab driver in town. Tug Boats and Taxis of NYC is a collection of short stories about the different commuters in the city that never sleeps from a cab driver’s perspective. It reflects the daily experiences of the different kinds of people you will see in New York City. This witty cab driver in the big apple will surely make your everyday worthwhile. Filled with euphemisms, humor, drama, love, and even a bit of sarcasm, Tug Boats and Taxis of NYC will definitely make you want, or not, to ride this cab. Read on. You never know, you might just read your own story.
Category: Humor

Linkages In The Landscape

Author : Andrew F. Bennett
ISBN : 2831702216
Genre : Nature
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The loss and fragmentation of natural habitats is one of the major issues in wildlife management and conservation. Habitat "corridors" are sometimes proposed as an important element within a conservation strategy. This book offers examples of corridors both as pathways and as habitats in their own right. It includes detailed reviews of principles relevant to the design and management of corridors, their place in regional approaches to conservation planning, and recommendations for research and management.
Category: Nature


Author : Peter Ames Carlin
ISBN : 9781471112355
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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'Wonderful...Carlin's book never shies from the details of this most enduring of American heroes. The divorces, cruelties, years in therapy and his antidepressant fuelled comeback of 2003 are all here' Sunday Times This sweeping biography of one of America's greatest musicians is the first in twenty-five years to be written with the cooperation of Springsteen himself. With unfettered access to the artist, his family and band members, acclaimed music writer Peter Ames Carlin presents an intimate and vivid portrait. 'A readable, expansive portrait of the New Jersey rocker that delves into his family background and personal life more than previous biographies' Sunday Telegraph 'The first serious Bruce Springsteen biography for 25 years. Carlin was granted unprecedented access to family, friends, management, even the Boss himself, enabling him to paint a vivid picture of the man, warts and all' Sunday Express 'A revealing portrait of a rock colossus… Peter Ames Carlin's new book is the first in 25 years to have been written with the co-operation of Springsteen. Previous biographies have tended towards closely argued adulation but Carlin has not been blinded by his access to Springsteen' Daily Telegraph 'One for the regular fan on the street...well written and jaw-dropping in its research...Weighty, fact focused, readable' Metro 'Painstakingly researched and based on - for the first time - interviews with Springsteen's family and friends as well as the Boss himself. To that extent it is the first authorised account for a decade...This is a warts-and-all account that includes Springsteen's flashes of temper when things didn't go his way…' Sunday Times
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Rock Cries Out

Author : Steve Stockman
ISBN : 0972927654
Genre : Music
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Steve Stockman, author of the international hit Walk On: The Spiritual Journey of U2, explores the music of twelve artists who haven't necessarily professed a Christian faith but whose work is undergirded with issues, questions and insights that are very much biblical. If you look closely, their music is saturated with spiritual context and redemptive messages that can teach life-changing truth to the believer and spiritual seeker alike. Is God speaking through these unlikely prophets? If so, are you listening? Book jacket.
Category: Music