All This, and Heaven Too

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Author: Rachel Field

Publisher: Lawrence Hill Books

ISBN: 9781556524912

Category: Fiction

Page: 608

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This number one best-selling novel is based on the true story of one of the most notorious murder cases in French history. The heroine, Henriette Deluzy-Desportes, governess to the children of the Duc de Praslin, found herself strangely drawn to her employer; when the Duc murdered his wife in the most savage fashion, she had to plead her own case before the Chancellor of France in a sensational murder trial that helped bring down the French king. After winning her freedom, Henriette took refuge in America, where she hosted a salon visited by all the socialites of New York and New England. This thrilling historical romance, full of passion, mystery, and intrigue, has laid claim to the hearts and minds of readers for generations. A classic tale of romantic suspense based on a sensational French murder case.

All This and Heaven Too

Tough Jewel Exceptionally Better Lifestyle

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Author: Dr. Wanjiru Gachie

Publisher: Dr. Wanjiru Gachie

ISBN: N.A

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 331

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All This and Heaven Too! Shatters that an ‘exceptional Better Lifestyle’ is only material riches Defies that a super-abundant life is only a once off occurrence Reveals that religious dogmas do not make a precious Jewel of God Confronts the notion that only a few can be extraordinary Disputes that ‘All this and Heaven too!’ is only enjoyed in Heaven Dares you to apply Christ’s ASK principle to a victorious lifestyle Rejects that enjoying wealth on earth from heaven is not a birthright! Separates decisively between worldly and Godlike complete joy, super-abundant wealth, perfect peace and inexplicable love Links 3Ps principles of patience, perseverance, persistence for superabundant living

Das Buch Henoch

Uebersetzt und Erklärt Von Dr. A. Dillmann

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Author: August Dillmann

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Ethiopic book of Enoch

Page: 331

View: 3579

Things I Know or Think I Know or Thought I Knew or Who Knows?

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Author: Arthur L. Sterne

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1440121559

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 212

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What impressed me most...are the intricate and artistic detail with which Art describes the settings and the depth and sensitivity of the emotions expressed in each memoir. Reba Boyd Wooden, Executive Director, Center for Inquiry, Indiana A retired psychologist shares over eighty poignant, humorous, and entertaining memoirs highlighting his life, from his birth at home in Hudson Falls, New York, to his current experiences as a widower and freethinker. Arthur L. Sterne, Ph.D. has spent his life curious about people and as a result, many of his memoirs reflect his power of keen observation and wonderful sense of humor. His compilation of anecdotes begins with his early life in Jacksonville, Florida, then with his experiences at Vanderbilt University where he met Ann, a nursing student who stole his heart and later became his wife of forty-four years, and continues in Indianapolis, where he once saw Judy Garland and Marlene Dietrich perform. As he moves through the retelling of his favorite memories, Sterne covers such relatable topics as politics, religion, aging, and rebuilding a life after the death of a spouse. In Things I Know or Think I Know or Thought I Knew or Who Knows? Sterne encourages others to think, pose questions and look for answers, ultimately viewing the world in a new light.

Just Remember This

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Author: Colin Bratkovich

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1483645193

Category: Music

Page: 938

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I have completed this manuscript Just Remember This, or as American Pop Singers 1900-1950+, about music before the 1950s in America. It perhaps offers knowledge and insights not previously found in other musical reference books. I have moreover been working on this book very meticulously over the past twelve-plus years. It started as a bit of fun and gradually became serious as I began to listen along with the vocalists of popular music, of the era before 1950, essentially just before the dawn of rock and roll. If you can call it that! Indeed genre and labeling of American music started here, and then from everywhere. While the old adage of always starting from somewhere could be noted in every century, the 1900s had produced the technology. Understanding the necessity, more so, finds a curiosity on the part of a general public hungry for entertainment, despite 6 day work weeks, World War I, the Great Depression, and World War II.

Letters and Literacy in Hollywood Film

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Author: E. Gallafent

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1137022191

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 142

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We are so used to images of words that it is easy to ignore the different ways in which they work in films. This book explores both the letters that come in the post and the many other kinds that are offered to us on screen.

The Woman's Film of the 1940s

Gender, Narrative, and History

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Author: Alison L. McKee

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135053693

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 208

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This book explores the relationship among gender, desire, and narrative in 1940s woman’s films which negotiate the terrain between public history and private experience. The woman’s film and other form of cinematic melodrama have often been understood as positioning themselves outside history, and this book challenges and modifies that understanding, contextualizing the films it considers against the backdrop of World War II. In addition, in paying tribute to and departing from earlier feminist formulations about gendered spectatorship in cinema, McKee argues that such models emphasized a masculine-centered gaze at the inadvertent expense of understanding other possible modes of identification and gender expression in classical narrative cinema. She proposes ways of understanding gender and narrative based in part on literary narrative theory and ultimately works toward a notion of an androgynous spectatorship and mode of interpretation in the 1940s woman’s film.