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Author : Kelly Carr
ISBN : 9781932420302
Genre : Fiction
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"My Dirty Thirties" takes female empowerment to new levels with a series of erotic novels about women in their 30s who can't say no to their desires. (Adult Fiction)

The Mother S Truth

Author : Leon du Preez
ISBN : 9781951530853
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The Mother Goddess is the ultimate Matriarch. She knows you very well, even if you do not know her. She is the one taking good care of you always. Why did the Boer Nation lose its two independent states in 1902? How did this happen and who should be blamed? Satan used the name Jesus to draw all prayers to himself, thereby abusing our worship of Jesus. This is all upside down and hidden right in front of our faces, where we don’t even see it. This is why the Goddess planned for tribulations to take place soon, so humanity can get our chance to fulfill our destiny. Otherwise, Satan/Lucifer and his friends will never stop trouble making. Now is our only time to turn things right and grow into being multidimensional again, so there can be no more lying to us. We Boers want our two Republics returned to us right now, where we can live freely and govern ourselves. Thanks to the Goddess, who will make all this happen as prophesized. Satan and his friends will have no chance, because the Goddess is on our side.

Precious Pearls

Author : Margaret R. Feaver
ISBN : 1928715311
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The Dirty Thirties

Author : Mary Turck
ISBN : 0756906377
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Briefly describes life in United States at the end of the 1920s, the stock market crash of 1929 and the difficult years of the Depression, and FDR's New Deal programs to provide jobs and revive the economy.

Dirty Thirties Desperadoes

Author : Rich Mole
ISBN : 9781926936642
Genre : True Crime
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In October 1935, three prairie farm boys embarked on a deadly trail of robbery and murder that stretched across three western Canadian provinces and made newspaper headlines from coast to coast and as far away as Los Angeles. By the end of the spree, seven people were dead, including the fugitives themselves and four law-enforcement officers. For the next 70 years, these Depression-era “farm-boy killers” held the distinction of being the RCMP’s deadliest adversaries. In Dirty Thirties Desperadoes, Rich Mole recounts the full story of these young men who achieved notoriety as bandits and killers. In telling their tale, and that of the men who fought for their lives near the gates of Banff National Park, he also chronicles the economic, social and political challenges of the Great Depression that turned men on both sides of the law into victims.

Biker Chicz

Author : Edward Winterhalder
ISBN : 9780989999724
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In Biker Chicz: The Attraction of Women to Motorcycles and Outlaw Bikers, the authors provide the reader with an intriguing snapshot of the culture through women who have an intimate knowledge of the lifestyle. Although many people question their motivation to be involved with a lifestyle that most people find frightening and repulsive, to some women there is an attraction to the motorcycles and the outlaw bikers that permeate the culture. Publisher’s note: Biker Chicz: The Attraction of Women to Motorcycles and Outlaw Bikers is a condensed version of the previously published book entitled Biker Chicks: The Magnetic Attraction of Women to Bad Boys and Motorbikes (2009 Allen & Unwin), which is no longer in print and was available only in Australia and New Zealand.

The Dirty Thirties In Prairie Canada

Author : R. Douglas Francis
ISBN : UVA:X000836610
Genre : Depressions
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Telling Stories

Author : Jacqueline Bardolph
ISBN : 9042015241
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The present volume is a highly comprehensive assessment of the postcolonial short story since the thirty-six contributions cover most geographical areas concerned. Another important feature is that it deals not only with exclusive practitioners of the genre (Mansfield, Munro), but also with well-known novelists (Achebe, Armah, Atwood, Carey, Rushdie), so that stimulating comparisons are suggested between shorter and longer works by the same authors. In addition, the volume is of interest for the study of aspects of orality (dialect, dance rhythms, circularity and trickster figure for instance) and of the more or less conflictual relationships between the individual (character or implied author) and the community.Furthermore, the marginalized status of women emerges as another major theme, both as regards the past for white women settlers, or the present for urbanized characters, primarily in Africa and India. The reader will also have the rare pleasure of discovering Janice Kulik Keefer's “Fox,” her version of what she calls in her commentary “displaced autobiography'” or “creative non-fiction.” Lastly, an extensive bibliography on the postcolonial short story opens up further possibilities for research.

The Dust Bowl

Author : Christine Zuchora-Walske
ISBN : 9781624314551
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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This book relays the factual details of the Dust Bowl through multiple accounts of the event. Readers learn details from the point of view of an Oklahoma farmer, a migrant farm worker, and a government journalist. This book offers opportunities to compare and contrast various narrative perspectives in the text while gathering and analyzing information about an historical event.

American Cinema Of The 1930s

Author : Ina Rae Hark
ISBN : 9780813543031
Genre : Performing Arts
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Probably no decade saw as many changes in the Hollywood film industry and its product as the 1930s did. At the beginning of the decade, the industry was still struggling with the transition to talking pictures. Gangster films and naughty comedies starring Mae West were popular in urban areas, but aroused threats of censorship in the heartland. Whether the film business could survive the economic effects of the Crash was up in the air. By 1939, popularly called "Hollywood's Greatest Year," films like Gone With the Wind and The Wizard of Oz used both color and sound to spectacular effect, and remain American icons today. The "mature oligopoly" that was the studio system had not only weathered the Depression and become part of mainstream culture through the establishment and enforcement of the Production Code, it was a well-oiled, vertically integrated industrial powerhouse. The ten original essays in American Cinema of the 1930s focus on sixty diverse films of the decade, including Dracula, The Public Enemy, Trouble in Paradise, 42nd Street, King Kong, Imitation of Life, The Adventures of Robin Hood, Swing Time, Angels with Dirty Faces, Nothing Sacred, Jezebel, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, and Stagecoach .

Graffiti On My Soul

Author : Johanna
ISBN : 9781609766818
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Story of a Canadian woman who was once a nun and became a mother of five and her related family and their trials and tribulations.

Graham Greene S Thrillers And The 1930s

Author : Brian Diemert
ISBN : 9780773514324
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Diemert traces Greene's adaptation of nineteenth-century romance thrillers and classical detective stories into modern political thrillers as a means of presenting serious concerns in an engaging fashion. He argues that Greene's popular thrillers were in part a reaction to the high modernism of writers such as James Joyce, Gertrude Stein, and Virginia Woolf, whose esoteric experiments with language were disengaged from immediate social concerns and inaccessible to a large segment of the reading public. Graham Greene's Thrillers and the 1930s investigates some of Greene's best-known works, such as A Gun for Sale, Brighton Rock, and The Ministry of Fear, and shows how they reflect the evolution of Greene's sense of the importance of popular culture in the 1930s.

Design Vienna 1890s To 1930s

Author : Chazen Museum of Art
ISBN : 0932900968
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Barbara Buenger traces the development of Viennese modernism from turn-of-the-century Jugendstil (as Art Nouveau was known in German-speaking countries) to early twentieth-century Expressionism, and interwar Art Deco. This exhibition catalogue features 103 fine and decorative art works produced by the Vienna Secession and Wiener Werkst�tte movements between the 1890s and 1930s. The fully illustrated catalog features textiles, furniture, ceramics, paintings and prints, books, metalwork, glass, and a variety of other objects from a private midwestern collection. Distributed for the Chazen Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin–Madison

My Grandfather S Mill

Author : Andrew Melnyk
ISBN : 9781465320506
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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My Grandfathers Mill Journey to Freedom is a true story part history, part biography. It focuses on two families and their two infant children, Andrew and Chrystyna, born in Western Ukraine at the height of the Second World War. Their parents fought for Ukrainian independence throughout the years of Polish occupation, the invasion of Stalins Bolshevik forces and during the years of Hitlers Nazi terror. Members of both their families were murdered by one or another of the occupying armies. Family accounts of concentration camps, refugee camps; of war crimes, brutality and uncertainty, of hope, courage and unexpected generosity are interwoven with the historical realities of the time. They were among the lucky ones who found freedom in North America. Half a century after they left their homeland, Andrew and Chrystyna returned. They discovered the villages of their birth, found family members they didnt know existed, experienced their culture fi rst-hand and fi nally began to make sense of their place in history. This book is written for future generations, for all those who have lived in two very different worlds, for victims of wars, present day refugees, immigrants and especially for those who were born and have always lived in a free country and never experienced the horrors of war.

Women S Poetry Of The 1930s A Critical Anthology

Author : Jane Dowson
ISBN : 9781134790548
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Where were the women of the so-called `Auden Generation'?During this era of rapidly changing gender roles,social values and world politics,women produced a rich variety of poetry.But until now their work has largely been lost or ignored;in Women's Poetry of the 1930s Jane Dowson finally redresses the balance and recovers women's place in the literary history of the interwar years.This comprehensive and beautifully edited collection includes: *Previously uncollected poems by authors such as Winifred Holtby and Naomi Mitchison *Poems which are now out of print,such as those by Vita Sackville-West and Frances Cornford *Poems previously neglected by poets including Ann Ridler and Sylvia Townsend Warner *An extensive critical introduction and individual biographies of each poet Poetry lovers,students and scholars alike will find Women's Poetry of the 1930s an invaluable resource and a collection to treasure.

English Fiction In The 1930s

Author : Chris Hopkins
ISBN : 9780826489388
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This study approaches the fiction of the 1930s through critical debates about genre, language and history, setting these in their original context, and discussing the generic forms most favoured by novelists at the time. Chris Hopkins uses a series of case studies of texts to draw on, develop or explore the boundaries, contemporary usefulness and complexities of particular prose genres. Generic debates and the political-aesthetic effects of different kinds of representation were live issues as discursive struggles and negotiations took place between modernist and realist modes, between high, middle and lowbrow categorisations of culture, between literature and mass culture, and between different conceptions of the role of the writer, politics and nationality, sexuality and gender identities. Chris Hopkins draws both on well-known texts and on novels which have only recently begun to be discussed by critics of the thirties - particularly those by women writers whose work has still not been related very clearly to the literary and political debates of the period. Organised in five sections each focusing on major genres, he takes a wide range of novels as case studies and discusses their uses of generic forms, relating them to other examples and to their historical, political and cultural contexts.

Starting From Staten Island Memories Of Peace And War In The 1930s And 1940s

Author : George T. Wright
ISBN : 9781627871365
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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My earlier book, The Wrights of Vermont (Wheatmark, 2013), reported the search I began about ten years ago for my father's Vermont forebears. I had learned a lot, especially about my grandmother's heroic efforts to save her shaky marriage. Eventually she left Vermont to begin a new life on Staten Island for herself and her two sons, Dad and Uncle Ray. This book shows Dad and Mother starting their family on Staten Island and describes our home, our neighborhood, the boarding house where we sometimes dined, the schools we attended, the songs we sang, how we learned to think about money, work, fun, guilt, and politics, and our experience, especially mine, of illness, solitude, and books. Later chapters show our horizons expanding. They tell where we went on outings and how we spent our summers (ours at a riverside cottage near the New Jersey coast, and mine at an unusual summer camp in upstate New York), and they sketch the different world we found when we moved to Manhattan in 1941. I entered Columbia then and began to discover new realms of literature, philosophy, and music. Then at eighteen, with other young men of that time, I was swept up into military service in the U.S. Army and war in France and Germany.

European Socialists Respond To Fascism Ideology Activism And Contingency In The 1930s

Author : Gerd-Rainer Horn
ISBN : 9780199879946
Genre : History
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Based on documents collected in six European countries, European Socialists Respond to Fascism: Ideology, Activism and Contingency in the 1930s is a transnational study of largely parallel developments in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, and Spain in the years 1933-1936. Triggered into action by the shock effect of the Nazi rise to power in Germany, socialists throughout Western Europe entered an unusually active period of practical reorientation and debate over political strategy which helped determine the contours of European politics up to the outbreak of World War II and beyond. Stressing the transnational dimension of this process while simultaneously integrating local, regional, and national factors, this work finds that it was social democracy, rather than communism, that acted as the primary vehicle for radical change among European marxists during the 1930s. Following major figures within the European left and the significant events that made up the inter-war period, Gerd-Rainer Horn demonstrates the interconnectedness of Europe's interwar socialists. Finally, Horn manages to relate these findings to the ongoing interdisciplinary debate on structure, agency, and contingency in the historical process.

Men And Women Writers Of The 1930s

Author : Janet Montefiore
ISBN : 9781134915002
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Men and Women Writers of the 1930s is a searching critique of the issues of memory and gender during this dynamic decade. Montefiore asks two principle questions; what part does memory play in the political literature of and about 1930s Britain? And what were the roles of women, both as writers and as signifying objects in constructing that literature? Montefiore's topical analysis of 1930s mass unemployment, fascist uprise and 'appeasement' is shockingly relevant in society today. Issues of class, anti-fascist historical novels, post war memoirs of 'Auden generation' writers and neglected women poets are discussed at length. Writers include: * George Orwell * Virginia Woolf * W.H. Auden * Storm Jameson * Jean Rhys * Rebecca West

Mumford On Modern Art In The 1930s

Author : Lewis Mumford
ISBN : 0520258088
Genre : Art
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"Superbly crafted little essays, Lewis Mumford's New Yorker pieces called 'The Art Galleries' well deserve this handsome republication. They offer supremely tasteful guided tours of the galleries and museums of Manhattan at the time when the canon of Western art, including modernism, was being secured, against a background of tension between abstraction and realism and between aestheticism and social commitment. The essays are a gift for our own troubled times from one of the great humane and versatile critics of the twentieth century; they offer the reassurance of urbanity, poise, and commitment to art as a primary social necessity."—Alan Trachtenberg, Neil Grey Emeritus Professor of English, Yale University

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