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|December 25, 2001

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George Andrews, a textbook salesman in his mid thirties, lives in the suburbs with a lovely wife, two small children who love and adore him, and wonderful friends and neighbors. One day a horrible crime takes place. A young high school girl of fifteen is raped…
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|July 24, 2000

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The Chrysanthemum Garden is a novel about two people, so real, so authentic, so totally realized that as we watch them fall in love we feel we are finally being permitted to enter the magic kingdom of human heart. Morna Franklin and Denison McArdle are not…
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|November 7, 2001

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Twin Bill consists of two plays tied together by their themes of love and lust in mature men and women. In “ I Love You, I Love You ” an out-of-work writer and a married woman meet and fall in love in Alcoholics Anonymous. Through an anguished affair they learn a…
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|February 9, 2016

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Henry James was born in the United States, in New York City, on April 15, 1843 and is considered an American writer, though he spent most of his life in England and, a year before his death in London on February 28, 1916, became a British citizen. He is regarded…
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|July 23, 2013

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Henry James was born in the United States, in New York City, on April 15, 1843 and is considered an American writer, though he spent most of his life in England and, a year before his death in London on February 28 1916, became a British citizen. He is regarded…

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Lewis Carroll was the pen name used by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, who was born in England on January 27, 1832, and died there on January 14, 1898. Though best known as an author today, during his life-time he was an Anglican deacon, mathematician, logician, and…
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|October 23, 2000

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The central figure in HOME BY SEVEN is Charlie Stoddard, husband, father, commuter, and managing editor of Business Publications, Inc., whose life starts coming apart when he is inadvertently responsible for the death of a fellow editor. The novel begins with a…
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|April 19, 2001

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LOVE STORIES is about love at all ages, from the obsession of a young man in his early twenties for an older woman, to the sentimental journey of an old man, whose wife has recently died, to find the love he left behind him in war-torn England after World War II…
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|December 3, 2006

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Here is Joseph Cowley at his best: Once More With Feeling : the touching story of an old man seeking a lost love after his wife dies; The Chrysanthemum Garden : a sensitive and moving novel about finding love later in life; Another Great Day : a novella about a…
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|May 14, 2012

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Leo Tolstoy was born on the family estate at Yasnaya Polyana, south of Moscow, in 1828. His parents were of the Russian nobility. They died when he was young, leaving him and his three brothers to be brought up by aunts. He began the study of law in 1844, but was…
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|August 4, 2009

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John Adams could be, and was on occasion, cantankerous, stubborn, tactless, even rude. He was also prone to vanity and self-pity, and sensitive to what he perceived as slights, or attacks on his reputation or character. He also had a lust for fame, as did many…
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|September 15, 2011

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Dostoevsky was the son of a doctor. His parents were hard-working, religious people but poor. His first work, "Poor Folk," was published by the poet Nekrassov, and he found himself an instant celebrity. A brilliant career seemed opened to him, but in 1849 he was…