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The Wayward Girls

Author : Amanda Mason
ISBN : 9781785767074
Genre : Fiction
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A gripping, unsettling debut novel about two sisters and a dangerous game that becomes all too real. Perfect for fans of The Girl in the Walls and The Little Stranger. The haunting began quietly. The girls heard it first . . . THEN 1976. Loo and her sister Bee live in a run-down cottage in the middle of nowhere, with their artistic parents and wild siblings. Their mother, Cathy, had hoped to escape to a simpler life; instead the family find themselves isolated and shunned by their neighbours. At the height of the stifling summer, unexplained noises and occurences in the house begin to disturb the family, until they intrude on every waking moment . . . NOW Loo, now Lucy, is called back to her childhood home. A group of strangers are looking to discover the truth about the house and the people who lived there. But is Lucy ready to confront what really happened all those years ago? 'A chilling debut' Daily Express 'Wonderfully creepy' I newspaper 'A near-perfect ghost story' The Guardian 'Holds a very unsettling power indeed' Heat magazine 'Eerie and atmospheric' Woman 'Brilliant . . . has all the makings of a spooky classic' My Weekly 'A chillingly claustrophobic read in which the secrets of the past seep into the present' Sunday Express 'Gripping, compelling and beautifully accomplished' Jess Kidd, author of Things in Jars 'Extraordinary. Amanda Mason is the master of suspense' Deborah O'Connor

The Mccloud Home For Wayward Girls

Author : Wendy Delsol
ISBN : 9781101517512
Genre : Fiction
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A compelling novel about a bed-and-breakfast that houses three generations of women- and their many secrets. In the early 1960s, Ruby, a spunky unwed teen mother, was wooed and won over by the founder of the McCloud Home. Now, forty years later, the historic property has been converted into an inn that Ruby runs with one of her daughters, Jill. When Jill's fourteen-year-old daughter begins to search for the identity of her father, she sets in motion events that will test the bonds that bind mothers, daughters, and sisters. Jill unwittingly aids the forces of upheaval when she agrees to host the wake of the town matriarch. As the guests-including the matriarch's handsome son and Jill's vivacious, irresponsible sister Jocelyn- return to the small town, the convergence of people and memories uncovers rivalries, sparks romance, recalls heartbreak, and reveals a shocking family secret, one that could separate the McCloud women forever or lead them to the renewal of their powerful, enduring connection.

Tales Of Wayward Girls And Immoral Women

Author : Karen Whitney Tice
ISBN : 0252066987
Genre : Social Science
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Writing case records was central to the professionalization of social work, a task that by its very nature "created clients, authorities, problems, and solutions." In Tales of Wayward Girls and Immoral Women, Karen W. Tice argues that when early social workers wrote about their clients they transformed individual biographies into professional representations. Because the social workers were attuned to the intricacies of language, case records became focal points for debates on science, art, representation, objectivity, realism, and gender in public charity and reform. Tice uses 150 case records of early practitioners from a number of reform organizations and considers myriad books on the specifics of case recording to analyze the competing models of record-keeping, both in the field and outside it. "An original and important study, this is the first major work I know of to carry out a contextual analysis of case records and to discuss the role case records have played in the development of social work." -- Leslie Leighninger, author of Social Work, Social Welfare, and American Society

Wayward Girls

Author : Claire Matturro
Genre : Fiction
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When late-night phone calls summon Jude Coleridge and Camille Prescott back to the Talbot Hall School for Girls, painful memories bombard them. Though estranged for years, both bear the physical and emotional scars from their youth. At the boarding school, they were branded “the crazy girls, the ones who lie” and became unlikely best friends. They soon formed a trio with a new student, Wanda Ann, who pulled them into her bewildering relationship with the school psychologist, Dr. Hedstrom. But Wanda Ann’s wild stories masked a truth that threatened to engulf them all. As teens, the girls could only rely on each other as they moved toward an unfathomable, fiery danger. Now, in the crumbling halls of Talbot, hours before the building’s demolition, they must grant forgiveness, to themselves and others, if they are to move forward.

The Longings Of Wayward Girls

Author : Karen Brown
ISBN : 9781476724911
Genre : Fiction
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Twenty years after she and her best friend played a prank on a girl who subsequently disappeared, now-married Sadie begins to relive that nightmarish summer after a boy from her old neighborhood returns to town and unsolved mysteries begin to unravel. Original.

Angela Carter S Book Of Wayward Girls And Wicked Women

Author : Angela Carter
ISBN : 9780349008110
Genre : Fiction
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This bestselling collection of stories extols the female virtues of discontent, sexual disruptiveness and bad manners Here are subversive tales - by Ama Ata Aidoo, Jane Bowles, Angela Carter, Colette, Bessie Head, Jamaica Kincaid and Katherine Mansfield among others - all have one thing in common: the wish to restore adventuresses and revolutionaries to their rightful position as models for all women Reflecting the wide-ranging intelligence and deliciously anarchic taste of Angela Carter, some of these stories celebrate toughness and resilience, some of them low cunning: all of them are about not being nice.

Small Worlds

Author : Elliott West
ISBN : UVA:X002190699
Genre : Social Science
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Essays relate the experiences of childhood and the diversity of children's lives, and focus on the influences children had on their world

Boston S Wayward Children

Author : Peter C. Holloran
ISBN : 0838632971
Genre : History
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This study explores the origin and development of the American social welfare system. It demonstrates that the system of orphanages, child-placing agencies, reformatories, juvenile courts, and child guidance clinics established in Victorian Boston was a foundation for the New Deal and remains the basis of contemporary social work with the young.

Wayward Girls And Wicked Women

Author : Various
ISBN : UOM:39015015353041
Genre : Fiction
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Gathers eighteen stories by Katherine Mansfield, Colette, Grace Paley, and Djuna Barnes

Big Wayward Girl

Author : Herbert L. Phillips
ISBN : STANFORD:36105033901989
Genre : California
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Annual Report

Author : Boston Children's Aid Society
ISBN : CHI:097542336
Genre : Child welfare
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Annual Report Of The Boston Children S Aid Society

Author : Boston Children's Aid Society
ISBN : UIUC:30112097525593
Genre : Child welfare
File Size : 44. 81 MB
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Delinquents And Debutantes

Author : Sherrie A. Inness
ISBN : 9780814737736
Genre : Social Science
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The contributors, including such leading scholars as Vicki L. Ruiz, Jennifer Scanlon, and Miriam Formanek-Brunell, examine myriad ways in which a variety of discourses and activities from popular girls' magazines and advertisements to babysitting and the Girl Scouts help form girls' experiences of what it means to be a girl, and later a woman, in our society. The essays address such topics as board games and the socialization of adolescent girls, dolls and political ideologies, Nancy Drew and the Filipina American experience, the queering of girls' detective fiction, and female juvenile delinquency to demonstrate how cultural discourses shape both the young and teenage girl in America. Although girls' culture has until now received comparatively little attention from scholars, this work confirms that understanding the culture of girls is essential to understanding how gender works in our society. Making a significant contribution to a long-neglected area of social and cultural inquiry, Delinquents and Debutantes will be of central interest to those in women's studies, American studies, history, literature, and cultural studies.

Girls In Trouble With The Law

Author : Laurie Schaffner
ISBN : 9780813539461
Genre : Social Science
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In Girls in Trouble with the Law, sociologist Laurie Schaffner takes us inside juvenile detention centers and explores the worlds of the young women incarcerated within. Across the nation, girls of color are disproportionately represented in detention facilities, and many report having experienced physical harm and sexual assaults. For girls, the meaning of these and other factors such as the violence they experience remain undertheorized and below the radar of mainstream sociolegal scholarship. When gender is considered as an analytic category, Schaffner shows how gender is often seen through an outmoded lens. Offering a critical assessment of what she describes as a gender-insensitive juvenile legal system, Schaffner makes a compelling argument that current policies do not go far enough to empower disadvantaged girls so that communities can assist them in overcoming the social limitations and gender, sexual, and racial/ethnic discrimination that continue to plague young women growing up in contemporary United States.

The Wayward Girls Of Samarcand

Author : Melton Alonza McLaurin
ISBN : 0615637248
Genre : Arson
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The Wayward Girls of Samarcand is the true story of the sensational 1931 Arson Trial in North Carolina. Sixteen poor white teenage girls faced the death penalty for burning down two dormitories at the State Reform School for Girls. Crusading journalist, socialite, and attorney Nell Battle Lewis defended her clients by exposing sadistic treatment, deplorable conditions, and forced sterilization presided over by Samarcand superintendent Agnes B. MacNaughton. In this her first and last trial, Lewis saved the defendants from the electric chair.

A Home For Wayward Girls

Author : Kevin Boyle
ISBN : UOM:39015062828820
Genre : Poetry
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Poetry. Winner of the 2004 New Issues Poetry Prize. Judge: Rodney Jones. "Kevin Boyle's poems are edgy and sometimes gritty as they cut to the bone of human experience--love, fatherhood, and work. These stunning poems offer the sweep of history as well as the inward gaze. Like many of our favorite Irish and Irish-American poets, Boyle is a great storyteller, and narratives and incidents he records in the poems are unforgettable. The beautiful surfaces of his work often serve to make the water appear safe for the reader--all the while peril reigns below"--Stuart Dischell.

Wayward Girls 2

Author : Michiel Budel
ISBN : 0983166285
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Wayward Girls

Author : Amanda Susan Osgood Jonientz
ISBN : 0438784588
Genre : Electronic dissertations
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The Flaming Sword

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ISBN : UOM:39015024256441
Genre : Christian literature, American
File Size : 89. 96 MB
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Boston Children S Aid Society

Author : Children's Aid Society (Boston, Mass.)
Genre : Public welfare
File Size : 40. 99 MB
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