Between Jobs A Novel

Between Jobs  A Novel Author Pamela Bellarose
ISBN-10 9780557532575
Release 2010-07-25
Pages 194
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Fired from her first real job, Pam thinks it will be a piece of cake to find a new one. After all, she has a Masters degree! She soon realizes, however, that she has a far greater task at hand. From committing massive conversational idiocy when first combating the question "So what do you do?", to contemplating her role in the world of work, to developing an acute case of "The Nasties," Pam's journey into this new phase of her life is never a dull one.Based on the author's experience as a budding young professional, Between Jobs: A Novel is a charming lemons-to-lemonade tale. Pam's trials and tribulations, as well as her unique perspective and style, will leave you laughing long after you've put the book down.



The Book of Job

The Book of Job Author Leora Batnitzky
ISBN-10 9783110338799
Release 2015-01-01
Pages 234
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The Book of Job has held a central role in defining the project of modernity from the age of Enlightenment until today. Why has Job’s response to disaster become a touchstone for modern reflections on catastrophic events? This volume engages this question and offers new perspectives on the tragic bent of the Book of Job, on its dramatic irony, on Job’s position as mourner, and the unique representation of the Joban body in pain.



Plum Spooky

Plum Spooky Author Janet Evanovich
ISBN-10 1429990880
Release 2009-01-06
Pages 320
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Plum Spooky, the First Full Length Stephanie Plum Between-the-Numbers Novel from #1 Bestselling Author Janet Evanovich. Turn on all the lights and check under your bed. Things are about to get spooky in Trenton, New Jersey. According to legend, the Jersey Devil prowls the Pine Barrens and soars above the treetops in the dark of night. As eerie as this might seem, there are things in the Barrens that are even more frightening and dangerous. And there are monkeys. Lots of monkeys. Wulf Grimoire is a world wanderer and an opportunist who can kill without remorse and disappear like smoke. He's chosen Martin Munch, boy genius, as his new business partner, and he's chosen the Barrens as his new playground. Munch received his doctorate degree in quantum physics when he was twenty-two. He's now twenty-four, and while his brain is large, his body hasn't made it out of the boys' department at Macy's. Anyone who says good things come in small packages hasn't met Munch. Wulf Grimoire is looking for world domination. Martin Munch would be happy if he could just get a woman naked and tied to a tree. Bounty hunter Stephanie Plum has Munch on her most-wanted list for failure to appear in court. Plum is the all-American girl stuck in an uncomfortable job, succeeding on luck and tenacity. Usually she gets her man. This time she gets a monkey. She also gets a big guy named Diesel. Diesel pops in and out of Plum's life like birthday cake – delicious to look at and taste, not especially healthy as a steady diet, gone by the end of the week if not sooner. He's an über bounty hunter with special skills when it comes to tracking men and pleasing women. He's after Grimoire, and now he's also after Munch. And if truth were told, he wouldn't mind setting Stephanie Plum in his crosshairs. Diesel and Plum hunt down Munch and Grimoire, following them into the Barrens, surviving cranberry bogs, the Jersey Devil, a hair-raising experience, sand in their underwear, and, of course . . . monkeys.



Just Between Us

Just Between Us Author Rebecca Drake
ISBN-10 9781466877719
Release 2018-01-09
Pages 304
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Four suburban mothers conspire to cover up a deadly crime in Just Between Us, a heart-stopping novel of suspense by Rebecca Drake. Alison, Julie, Sarah, Heather. Four friends living the suburban ideal. Their jobs are steady, their kids are healthy. They’re as beautiful as their houses. But each of them has a dirty little secret, and hidden behind the veneer of their perfect lives is a crime and a mystery that will consume them all. Everything starts to unravel when Alison spots a nasty bruise on Heather’s wrist. She shares her suspicions with Julie and Sarah, compelling all three to investigate what looks like an increasingly violent marriage. As mysterious injuries and erratic behavior mount, Heather can no longer deny the abuse, but she refuses to leave her husband. Desperate to save her, Alison and the others dread the phone call telling them that she’s been killed. But when that call finally comes, it’s not Heather who’s dead. In a moment they’ll come to regret, the women must decide what lengths they’ll go to in order to help a friend. Just Between Us is a thrilling glimpse into the underbelly of suburbia, where not all neighbors can be trusted, and even the closest friends keep dangerous secrets. You never really know what goes on in another person’s mind, or in their marriage.



Between the Tides

Between the Tides Author Susannah Marren
ISBN-10 9781466874626
Release 2015-07-21
Pages 304
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Lainie Smith Morris is perfectly content with her life in New York City: she has four children, a handsome surgeon husband, and good friends. This life she has built is shattered, however, when her husband Charles announces he has accepted a job in Elliot, New Jersey, and that the family must relocate. Lainie is forced to give up the things she knows and loves. Though Charles easily adapts to the intricacies of suburban life, even thriving in it, Lainie finds herself increasingly troubled and bored by her new limited responsibilities, and she remains desperate for the inspiration, comfort, and safety of the city she called home. She is hopelessly lost—until, serendipitously, she reconnects with an old friend/rival turned current Elliot resident, Jess. Pleased to demonstrate her social superiority to Lainie, Jess helps her find a footing, even encouraging Lainie to develop as an artist; but what looks like friendship is quickly supplanted by a betrayal with earth-shattering impact, and a move to the suburbs becomes a metaphor for a woman who must search to find a new home ground in the shifting winds of marriage, family, career, and friendship. Between the Tides is an engrossing, commanding debut from tremendous new talent Susannah Marren.



Das Licht zwischen den Meeren

Das Licht zwischen den Meeren Author M. L. Stedman
ISBN-10 3442384001
Release 2014-11-17
Pages 444
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Das Licht zwischen den Meeren has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Das Licht zwischen den Meeren also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Das Licht zwischen den Meeren book for free.



Between Us Girls

Between Us Girls Author Joe Orton
ISBN-10 0802136443
Release 1999
Pages 194
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The fictional diary of young would-be actress Susan Hope, whose adventures lead her from life on the London stage to servitude in the white slave trade of Mexico, and ultimately to film stardom in Hollywood



A Space of Anxiety

A Space of Anxiety Author Anne Fuchs
ISBN-10 9042007974
Release 1999
Pages 200
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A Space of Anxiety engages with a body of German-Jewish literature that, from the beginning of the century onwards, explores notions of identity and kinship in the context of migration, exile and persecution. The study offers an engaging analysis of how Freud, Kafka, Roth, Drach and Hilsenrath employ, to varying degrees, the travel paradigm to question those borders and boundaries that define the space between the self and the other.A Space of Anxiety argues that from Freud to Hilsenrath, German-Jewish literature emerges from an ambivalent space of enunciation which challenges the great narrative of an historical identity authenticated by an originary past. Inspired by postcolonial and psychoanalytic theories, the author shows that modern German-Jewish writers inhabit a Third Space which poses an alternative to an understanding of culture as a homogeneous tradition based on (national) unity.By endeavouring to explore this third space in examples of modern German-Jewish literature, the volume also aims to contribute to recent efforts to rewriting literary history. In retracing the inherent ambivalence in how German-Jewish literature situates itself in cultural discourse, this study focuses on how this literature subverts received notions of identity and racial boundaries. The study is of interest to students of German literature, German-Jewish literature and Cultural Studies.



Between Two Fires

Between Two Fires Author Mark Noce
ISBN-10 9781466884434
Release 2016-08-23
Pages 320
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Saxon barbarians threaten to destroy medieval Wales. Lady Branwen becomes Wales' last hope to unite their divided kingdoms when her father betroths her to a powerful Welsh warlord, the Hammer King. But the fledgling alliance is fraught with enemies from within and without as Branwen becomes the target of assassination attempts and courtly intrigue. A young woman in a world of fierce warriors, she seeks to assert her own authority and preserve Wales against the barbarians. But when she falls for a young hedge knight named Artagan, her world threatens to tear itself apart. Caught between her duty to her people and her love of a man she cannot have, Branwen must choose whether to preserve her royal marriage or to follow her heart. Somehow she must save her people and remain true to herself, before Saxon invaders and a mysterious traitor try to destroy her. Branwen's story combines elements of mystery and romance with Noce's gift for storytelling.



The Encyclopedia of the Novel

The Encyclopedia of the Novel Author
ISBN-10 9781118779071
Release 2014-02-11
Pages 1024
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The Encyclopedia of the Novel has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Encyclopedia of the Novel also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Encyclopedia of the Novel book for free.



Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs Author Walter Isaacson
ISBN-10 9780748131327
Release 2011-10-24
Pages 448
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Based on more than forty interviews with Steve Jobs conducted over two years - as well as interviews with more than a hundred family members, friends, adversaries, competitors, and colleagues - this is the acclaimed, internationally bestselling biography of the ultimate icon of inventiveness. Walter Isaacson tells the story of the rollercoaster life and searingly intense personality of creative entrepreneur whose passion for perfection and ferocious drive revolutionized six industries: personal computers, animated movies,music, phones, tablet computing, and digital publishing. Although Jobs cooperated with this book, he asked for no control over what was written, nor even the right to read it before it was published. He put nothing off limits. He encouraged the people he knew to speak honestly. And Jobs speaks candidly, sometimes brutally so, about the people he worked with and competed against. His friends, foes, and colleagues provide an unvarnished view of the passions, perfectionism, obsessions, artistry, devilry, and compulsion for control that shaped his approach to business and the innovative products that resulted.



Between the World and Me A Novel By Ta Nehisi Coates Insightful Commenting Intriguing Facts Summary and More

Between the World and Me  A Novel By Ta Nehisi Coates   Insightful Commenting  Intriguing Facts  Summary and More Author Emma Smith
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This is not the actual Between the World and Me by Ta-Kenishi Coates. The primary objective of this book is to bring insightful discussion and critique of Between the World and Me to readers everywhere. This book, A Guide to Between the World and Me, includes an unofficial summary and analysis of the key ideas of Ta-Kenishi's Between the World and Me well as a critique of its principal messages . Moreover, this Guide goes beyond the information included in the original text and other summaries written about the material.



Multiculturalism and Magic Realism in Zadie Smith s Novel White Teeth Between Fiction and Reality

Multiculturalism and Magic Realism in Zadie Smith s Novel White Teeth  Between Fiction and Reality Author Sylvia Hadjetian
ISBN-10 9783954892426
Release 2014-03-20
Pages 128
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Since the 1970s, there has been increasing concern with the impact of (post)colonialism on British identities and culture. White Teeth by Zadie Smith is the story of three families from three different cultural backgrounds, set mostly in multicultural London. The first part of this book provides an overview of the former British Empire, the Commonwealth and the history of Bangladesh, Jamaica and the Jews in England as relevant to White Teeth. Following this, the role of the (former) centre of London will be presented. Subsequently, definitions and postcolonial theories (Bhabha, Said etc.) shall be discussed.The focus of this book is on life in multicultural London. The main aspects analysed in these chapters deal with identity, the location where the novel is set and racism. A further aim of the book is a comparison between the fictional world of White Teeth and reality. One chapter is devoted to the question of magic realism and the novel's position between two worlds.In a summary, the writer hopes to convince the readers of the fascination felt when reading the novel and when plunging into the buzzing streets of contemporary multicultural London.



Recht und Literatur im Zwischenraum Law and Literature In Between

Recht und Literatur im Zwischenraum   Law and Literature In Between Author Christian Hiebaum
ISBN-10 9783839428443
Release 2015-05
Pages 306
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Der Beziehung von Recht und Literatur wird seit einigen Jahrzehnten sowohl in der Literatur- als auch in der Rechtswissenschaft große Aufmerksamkeit zuteil. Vor dem Hintergrund der theoretischen und praktischen Anforderungen von Inter- und Transdisziplinarität bietet dieser Band einen Überblick über den aktuellen Stand des Forschungsfeldes. Rechts- und Literaturwissenschaftler_innen behandeln brisante Fragen wie die Möglichkeit von Methoden- und Begriffstransfers, mediale Darstellungen von Recht und den Zusammenhang zwischen Rechtsempfinden und den Künsten.



Criticism of Society in the English Novel Between the Wars

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ISBN-10 2251661905
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Criticism of Society in the English Novel Between the Wars has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Criticism of Society in the English Novel Between the Wars also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Criticism of Society in the English Novel Between the Wars book for free.



10 04 A Novel

10 04  A Novel Author Ben Lerner
ISBN-10 9780374711344
Release 2014-09-02
Pages 256
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In the last year, the narrator of 10:04 has enjoyed unlikely literary success, has been diagnosed with a potentially fatal medical condition, and has been asked by his best friend to help her conceive a child. In a New York of increasingly frequent superstorms and social unrest, he must reckon with his own mortality and the prospect of fatherhood in a city that might soon be underwater. A writer whose work Jonathan Franzen has called "hilarious . . . cracklingly intelligent . . . and original in every sentence," Lerner captures what it's like to be alive now, during the twilight of an empire, when the difficulty of imagining a future is changing our relationship to both the present and the past.



Quality of Work in the European Union

Quality of Work in the European Union Author Ana Marta Guillén
ISBN-10 9052015775
Release 2009
Pages 250
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This collective volume on quality of work in the European Union offers a comprehensive analysis on the current situation of the tensions between work and welfare in Europe, with a special emphasis on employment-related issues. The volume tackles a crucial aspect of employment policies, namely the strengthening of the quality dimension in the decisions taken by policy-makers to foster the performance of the labour market and to combine this orientation with the demands of workers for welfare, protection and a better reconciliation of work and family life. Quality of work has been on the agenda of policy-makers, practitioners and academics for the last few years, promoting a wide debate. The book provides a contribution to this debate and takes into consideration a range of issues associated with the analysis of work quality from an innovative perspective. Relevant subtopics including a conceptual and political analysis of work quality, wage differentials and in-work poverty, gender issues or workers' direct and indirect representation in the firm and its relation with work quality are addressed.