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Recipes For Sad Women

Author : Hector Abad Faciolince
ISBN : 9781908968234
Genre : Philosophy
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A book of ambiguous genre and delicate, playful wisdom, Recipes for Sad Women is not a novel and not a cookbook. But should you wish to know what food to prepare in the case of sobbing or of nervousness, what the closest thing to dinosaur meat is (and therefore the best remedy for guilt), or what to eat when you are perfectly healthy and enjoying reciprocated love, you will find no better collection of recipes on the market. An acclaimed novelist, essayist, journalist and translator, Abad's eccentric, sensual and wry guide is neither unserious, nor entirely plausible in its advice. Elegant, melancholic, funny and full of morsels of insight, it is deftly and movingly instructional on the proper appreciation of sadness.

How We Feel

Author : Giovanni Frazzetto
ISBN : 9781448127597
Genre : Science
File Size : 62. 26 MB
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What can a brain scan, or our reaction to a Caravaggio painting, reveal about the deep seat of guilt? How can reading Heidegger, or conducting experiments on rats, help us to cope with anxiety in the face of the world's economic crisis? Can ancient remedies fight sadness more effectively than anti-depressants? What does the neuroscience of acting tell us about how we feel empathy, and fall for an actor on stage? What can writing poetry tell us about how joy works? And how can a bizarre neurological syndrome or a Shakespearean sonnet explain love and intimacy? We live at a time when neuroscience is unlocking the secrets of our emotions. But is science ever enough to explain why we feel the way we feel? Giovanni Frazzetto takes us on a journey through our everyday lives and most common emotions. In each chapter, his scientific knowledge mixes with personal experience to offer a compelling account of the continual contrast between rationality and sentiment, science and poetry. And he shows us that by facing this contrast, we can more fully understand ourselves and how we feel.

Fists

Author : Pietro Grossi
ISBN : 9781908968937
Genre : Fiction
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Told in a spare and powerful voice reminiscent of Hemingway and Salinger, the three stories in Pietro Grossi's Fists explore the rite of passage each of us faces in our youth and what it means to be a man in our time. 'Fists', 'Horses' and 'The Monkey': three powerful coming-of-age stories about boys confronting reality, and fighting to stay alive in a man's world. In 'Fists', a teenage amateur boxer steps into the ring for the first time, and finds himself in a face-off with Life in all its muscular force; in 'Horses', two brothers embark on their first forays into adulthood, each learning to play a man's game in his own painful way; and in 'The Monkey', a young man realizes that in order to stay sane and survive in this world, we have to sacrifice our childhood dreams. Published by Pushkin Press, Howard Curtis's translation of Fists won the 2010 Premio Campiello Europa, and was shortlisted for the 2010 Independent Foreign Fiction Prize. 'There is more power and pathos in this short piece of spare, timeless prose than in most densely-written novels ... All three tales are artful but seemingly effortless, a quality shared by Howard Curtis's translation, which feels elegantly natural' — Daniel Hahn, Independent The greatest addition to Italian literature for a very long time' — Il Dominicale 'His passion for Hemingway, Faulkner and Philip Roth can be seen in this simple, precise and intense writing' — Il Giornale 'An outstanding debut' — Giudizio Universale 'A perfect book' — Il Sole 24 Ore

Women S Health Healthy Meals For One Or Two Cookbook

Author : Editors of Women's Health Maga
ISBN : 9781635650860
Genre : Cooking
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Take care of your taste buds, your wallet, and your health by prepping and cooking your way to healthy eating every day of the week with a cookbook designed with just one (or two) diners in mind! In the US, we eat nearly half of our meals as a party of one, with only the TV or social media followers for company. But with The Women's Health Healthy Meals for One (or Two) Cookbook, you don't have to wait until you have 2.5 kids and a spouse around the dining table to prepare simple, fresh, and nutritious meals that taste as good as they are for your health. So step away from the microwave, ditch the delivery, and get cooking! This book is filled with inventive recipes that you can make ahead, pull together on a minute’s notice, or take your time to create, all for the most important person in your life: you. With shopping guides, meal-prep plans for every type of week, a kitchen tool guide, tips for a well-stocked pantry, and advice for making leftovers seem new, The Women's Health Healthy Meals for One (or Two) Cookbook is not just a cookbook: it’s your new cooking bible. So whether you are prepping quick batches of grab-and-go meals for a hectic workweek or sipping rosé with a date as you create an impressive dish from scratch to eat together, you have found your indispensable guide for simple, portioned-out, healthful eats you can make yourself.

The Women Of Lancaster County 5 In 1

Author : Mindy Starns Clark
ISBN : 9780736985895
Genre : Fiction
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Come for a visit to Pennsylvania Amish country and meet the Women of Lancaster County! In this exclusive ebook-only bundle, The Women of Lancaster County 5-in-1 explores the lives, loves, and dreams of five Amish women in a close-knit community. Written by Mindy Starns Clark and Leslie Gould, each story shares a journey taken toward romance and family revelation by a conflicted and earnest young woman. Enjoy these five full-length novels: The Amish Midwife The Amish Nanny The Amish Bride The Amish Seamstress The Amish Quilter Meet Englisch nurse-midwife Lexie Jaeger, whose search for her birth family disturbs long-held secrets; young Amish nanny Ada Rupp, who uncovers family history in Switzerland while losing her heart; Mennonite Ella Bayer, whose manipulations land her far from home; quiet Amish Izzy Mueller, with a heart for caregiving and for her movie-making Mennonite beau; and her sister Linda Mueller, an idealistic quilter who is soon confronted with truths both in her family and in herself. Each of these women is exploring her roots, connecting with family, and discovering true love. Come join the community at Lancaster County to see God’s hand at work!

Recipes And Songs

Author : Razia Parveen
ISBN : 9783319502465
Genre : Social Science
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This book presents a systematic approach to the literary analysis of cultural practices. Based on a postcolonial framework of diaspora, the book utilizes literary theory to investigate cultural phenomena such as food preparation and song. Razia Parveen explores various diverse themes, including the female voice, genealogy, space, time, and diaspora, and applies them to the analysis of community identity. This volume also demonstrates how a literary analysis of oral texts helps to provide insight into women’s lived narratives. For example, Parveen discusses how the notion of the ‘third space’ creates a distinctly feminine spatiality.

The Women S Health Big Book Of Smoothies Soups

Author : Editors of Women's Health Maga
ISBN : 9781623367886
Genre : Cooking
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Cure any ailment, from PMS to the common cold, with delicious smoothies and soups. It’s easy to explain the craze for soups and smoothies: They’re fast, super simple, extremely good for you, and don’t leave a lot of dishes to clean up—plus they are an easy way to get in powerfoods that keep your body energized and your mind sharp. With one appliance and 5 minutes, you can get all the benefits of whole foods and home cooking, minus the stress and mess. In The Women’s Health Big Book of Smoothies & Soups, nutritionist Lisa DeFazio shares more than 100 blended recipes specifically formulated with the nutrients you need to fuel up and take on the world, one tasty gulp at a time. Having a stressful day? You can find smoothies to help you unwind. Battling a stubborn winter cold? Try an immunity-boosting soup. You’ll reap all the benefits of eating more fresh fruits and veggies, from glowing skin to off-the-charts energy. Just grab your blender and eat your way to better health!

There Were Also Many Women There

Author : Katherine E. Harmon
ISBN : 9780814662960
Genre : Religion
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Where are the women in liturgical history? In considering the influential liturgical movement in the United States during the first half of the twentieth century, Katharine E. Harmon reveals that the reality is analogous to Matthew's account of the crucifixion of Jesus: "there were also many women there" (Matt. 27:55). In this groundbreaking study, Harmon considers women's involvement in the movement. Here, readers explore the contributions of Maisie Ward, Dorothy Day, Catherine deHueck Doherty, Ade Bethune, Therese Mueller, and many others. Harmon shows how movements and institutions such as progressivism, Catholic women's organizations, Catholic Action, the American Grail Movement, and daily Catholic family life played a prominent role in the liturgical renewal. The historical record is clear that women were there, they ministered to the Mystical Body, and their important work must be recognized.

The Lives Of Amish Women

Author : Karen M. Johnson-Weiner
ISBN : 9781421438702
Genre : Religion
File Size : 41. 44 MB
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Aimed at anyone who is interested in the Amish experience, The Lives of Amish Women will help readers understand better the costs and benefits of being an Amish woman in a modern world and will challenge the stereotypes, myths, and imaginative fictions about Amish women that have shaped how they are viewed by mainstream society.

Genre And Women S Life Writing In Early Modern England

Author : Michelle M. Dowd
ISBN : 9781317129363
Genre : Literary Criticism
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By taking account of the ways in which early modern women made use of formal and generic structures to constitute themselves in writing, the essays collected here interrogate the discursive contours of gendered identity in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century England. The contributors explore how generic choice, mixture, and revision influence narrative constructions of the female self in early modern England. Collectively they situate women's life writings within the broader textual culture of early modern England while maintaining a focus on the particular rhetorical devices and narrative structures that comprise individual texts. Reconsidering women's life writing in light of recent critical trends-most notably historical formalism-this volume produces both new readings of early modern texts (such as Margaret Cavendish's autobiography and the diary of Anne Clifford) and a new understanding of the complex relationships between literary forms and early modern women's 'selves'. This volume engages with new critical methods to make innovative connections between canonical and non-canonical writing; in so doing, it helps to shape the future of scholarship on early modern women.

American Jewish Women S History

Author : Pamela S. Nadell
ISBN : 9780814758076
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"Our schools suck." This is how many young people of color call attention to the kind of public education they are receiving. In cities across the nation, many students are trapped in under-funded, mismanaged and unsafe schools. Yet, a number of scholars and of public figures like Bill Cosby have shifted attention away from the persistence of school segregation to lambaste the values of young people themselves. Our Schools Suck forcefully challenges this assertion by giving voice to the compelling stories of African American and Latino students who attend under-resourced inner-city schools, where guidance counselors and AP classes are limited and security guards and metal detectors are plentiful—and grow disheartened by a public conversation that continually casts them as the problem with urban schools. By showing that young people are deeply committed to education but often critical of the kind of education they are receiving, this book highlights the dishonesty of public claims that they do not value education. Ultimately, these powerful student voices remind us of the ways we have shirked our public responsibility to create excellent schools. True school reform requires no less than a new civil rights movement, where adults join with young people to ensure an equal education for each and every student.

Women Pain And Death

Author : Evy Johanne Håland
ISBN : 9781443815178
Genre : History
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“Women, Pain and Death: Rituals and Everyday-Life on the Margins of Europe and Beyond” is a cross-cultural and multidisciplinary collection of articles representing different perspectives and topics related to the general theme Women and Death from different periods and parts of Europe, as well as the Middle East and Asia, i.e. areas where, through the ages, there have been a constant interaction and discourse between a variety of people, often with different ethnic backgrounds. The studies illustrate many parallels between the various societies and religious groupings, despite of many differences, both in time and space. The theme, death, is mostly seen from what have been regarded as the geographical margins of society as well as concerning the people involved: women. Thus, the articles, most of them presenting original material from areas which are not very known for English readers, offer new perspectives on the processes of cultural changes. The collection has important ramification for current research surrounding the shaping of a “European identity”, the marketing of regional and national heritages. In connection with the present-day aim of connecting the various European heritages, and developing a vision of Europe and its constituent elements that is both global and rooted, the work has great relevance. One may also mention the new international initiative on intangible heritage, spearheaded by UNESCO.

Three Women And A Boat

Author : Anne Youngson
ISBN : 9781473576827
Genre : Fiction
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Tender and humorous novel of second chances and life-changing new friendship for fans of Rachel Joyce, Clare Chambers and Barbara Pym 'Life-affirming and funny' GOOD HOUSEKEEPING 'Anne Youngson's witty and elegant novel is a celebration of friendship and a timely reminder that it is never too late to take on a life-changing new challenge' DAILY MAIL Meet Eve, who has departed from her thirty-year career to become a Free Spirit; Sally, who has waved goodbye to her indifferent husband and two grown-up children; and Anastasia, a defiantly independent narrowboat-dweller, suddenly vulnerable as she awaits a life-saving operation. Inexperienced and ill-equipped, Sally and Eve embark upon a journey through the canals of England, guided by the remote and unsympathetic Anastasia. As they glide gently - and not so gently - through the countryside, the eccentricities and challenges of canalboat life draw them inexorably together, and a tender and unforgettable story unfolds. Disarmingly truthful and narrated with a rare wit, THREE WOMEN AND A BOAT is a journey over the glorious waterways of England and into the unfathomable depths of the human heart by an inspirational new talent now in her seventies. ********** What customers are saying: 'Moving, tender and just a balm for the soul' ***** 'Perfect for those in need of an uplifting read' **** 'A warm and enjoyable read' *****

Sweety Pies

Author : Patty Pinner
ISBN : 9781561588480
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 81. 12 MB
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Presents an assortment of seventy traditional, and homestyle recipes for pies, divided into categories by such pie types as berry, cereal, custard, fruit, and meringue.

Cooking For One Like A Sad Loser

Author : Mary Clarke
ISBN : 1722352078
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A funny and very useful recipe journal to keep track of all your favorite dishes. Features a two-page table of contents and 150 pages to record your yummy recipes. Each 6'x9' page has plenty of room to write down recipes and notes. Put your favorite family recipes in your very own cookbook. DETAILS: Two-page table of contents Personalized first page (name) 150 pages for recipes Perfect bound Crisp white pages with a thick cardstock cover Elegant cover art Dimensions: 6" x 9"

Recipe

Author : Lynn Z. Bloom
ISBN : 9781501367113
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Object Lessons is a series of short, beautifully designed books about the hidden lives of ordinary things. Recipe reveals the surprising lessons that recipes teach, in addition to the obvious instructions on how to prepare a dish or perform a process. These include lessons in hospitality, friendship, community, family and ethnic heritage, tradition, nutrition, precision and order, invention and improvisation, feasting and famine, survival and seduction and love. A recipe is a signature, as individual as the cook's fingerprint; a passport to travel the world without leaving the kitchen; a lifeline for people in hunger and in want; and always a means to expand one's worldview, if not waistline. Object Lessons is published in partnership with an essay series in The Atlantic.

American Directory Of Writer S Guidelines

Author : Stephen Blake Mettee
ISBN : 1884956580
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Perhaps the best-kept secret in the publishing industry is that many publishers—both periodical publishers and book publishers—make available writer’s guidelines to assist would-be contributors. Written by the staff at each publishing house, these guidelines help writers target their submissions to the exact needs of the individual publisher. The American Directory of Writer’s Guidelines is a compilation of the actual writer’s guidelines for more than 1,700 publishers. A one-of-a-kind source to browse for article, short story, poetry and book ideas.

Starting From Scratch

Author : Patty Kirk
ISBN : 9781418536626
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 86. 95 MB
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A captivating memoir from a cook who's traveled across the globe cooking, tasting, and enjoying good food. Patty Kirk has always loved food: eating it, cooking it, sharing it, talking about it. At six, she scrambled the last of the family's vacation provisions over the camp fire and concocted a delicacy-eggs with bacon and onions. Overnight she became the family cook and discovered a lifelong passion for cooking that accompanied her through decades of roaming and finally to the farm in Oklahoma where she now lives. Starting from Scratch narrates Kirk's wanderings in the U.S. and abroad from a culinary perspective, sounding the spiritual, political, and emotional depths of Brillat-Savarin's famous observation, "Tell me what you eat; I'll tell you who you are." In this candid and engaging food memoir---complete with recipes!---good food beckons from the past as well as the future: surrounding us, eluding us, drawing us, defining us.

Women S Health

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Womens Health magazine speaks to every aspect of a woman's life including health, fitness, nutrition, emotional well-being, sex and relationships, beauty and style.

Maddie S Recipe Of Mysteries

Author : Emily Page
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The sweet smell of success... a bitter dose of death! For baker Madeline McDougal, life is sweet, literally. As a bakery owner, Madeline spends her days baking a large variety of tasty treats. A skill passed down to her by her late Mother. Madeline's pastries are a hit with not just locals, but people from all across the country. But as of late... business has been waning. Yet everything changes when Madeline notices that the backdoor of her shop has been tampered with, and is led to an even more gruesome discovery. When the local police chief begins his investigation, Madeline becomes the prime suspect. Is she really a suspect? Or just a pawn in a dangerous game? keywords: cozy mystery books free, cozy mysteries free, cozy mysteries, cozy mystery, sleuth, cozy mysteries, free cozy mysteries, cozy mystery free, cozy murder mysteries free, mystery books free, mystery books, clean mystery, mystery, free book, freebie, free book, free ebook, small town cozy mystery, cozy mystery series, amateur sleuth, women sleuths, mystery books free, mystery books, small town mystery, culinary mystery, female protagonist, culinary mystery, mystery books cooking, bestselling mystery books free, mystery books in series,

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