The Diary Of Anais Nin Volume 3 1939 1944

Author: Anaïs Nin
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0547543638
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3 (1939-1944) Anaïs Nin. she opens her shirtwaist almost below the breast, she
flirts with everyone and anyone. She praises herself. Opening a can of spaghetti
sauce and pouring it over the spaghetti she says: "No one makes spaghetti like
Moira." The ones who have traveled too far from their primitive self must retrace
their steps and find it again. Moira was created artificially by her husband. She
had to discard all the acquired Moira. I subjugated my own nature so much I had
to live ...


Author: Naida Drew Anderson
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 149170764X
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Again. 1944. Later that summer John wanted to move from our small apartment
and it was his thinking that I should be with my mother for the birth of our child. In
the meantime he would find another place for us to live. It is my observation that
he no longer wanted to live in Mickey's apartment building where he had fallen
from grace and could no longer play the role of the hero. However, as it was
presented to me, it was out of concern for my welfare that he would make this

Traveling India In The Age Of Gandhi

Author: Jeffrey N. Dupée
Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780761839491
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Oakland: Lonely Planet Journeys, 1966. Nichols, Beverley. Verdict on India.
London: Jonathan Cape, 1944. O'Meara, E. J. I'd Live It Again. Philadelphia: J.B.
Lippincott, 1935. O'Reilly, James and Larry Habegger, eds. Travelers 'Tales
Guides India: True Stories of Life on the Road. San Francisco: Travelers' Tales,
1998. Orwell, George. Homage to Catalonia. London: Harvest Books, 1952. Paz,
Octavio. In Light of India. New York: Harvest Books, 1995. Pinney, Peter. Dust on
My Shoes.

Catalog Of Copyright Entries

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July 3, 1944; E unp. 381127; William A. Pepper, jr., Portsmouth, O. 27864 I need
you; song, m James Welland (pseud. of Gordon R. Woodford] O 1 c. July 8, 1944;
E unp. 381652; Katherine E. Christensen, Harrisburg, Or. 27865 –w & melody. ©
1 c. July 24, 1944; E unp. 383766, Stephen W. ... 2.7874 I never thought I'd live it
through; w & melody. © 1 c. July 26, 1944; E unp. 384054; Ada Klein ... 27884 I
said it before and I'll say it again; song. © 1 c. July 1, 1944; E unp. 381053;
Samuel ...

Making Of The 1944 Education Act

Author: Michael Barber
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 0826437192
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By establishing the Norwood Committee to look into it, Butler simultaneously
removed another potential minefield from the political agenda for the mean time,
and also ensured that the tripartite division of secondary schooling would find an
ideological underpinning. No wonder ... In what kind of world do we expect them
to live? . . . It is ... Yet, with hindsight again, it is noticeable how the lack of clarity
in the profession about the role of the curriculum in a democracy left 54 The
Making of ...

Narrative And Imperative

Author: Risa B. Sodi
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9780820488721
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We talked among ourselves, saying, 'It's going to be so beautiful! Can you
imagine it! They'll greet us with music!'" But it wasn't like that at all. "I got home in
August 1945, and the winter of '45- '46 was so difficult, so desperate for me as to
induce me to write; and to write in order to reconstitute the Lager. I felt it was
useless to talk to the others (non-returnees), and so I wrote in order to see the
Lager again, to live it again." Millu, like Tedeschi, found that no one was
interested in her tales; ...

Hitler S Table Talk 1941 1944

Author: Hugh R. Trevor-Roper
Publisher: Enigma Books
ISBN: 1936274930
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My report card had already been brought back to school torn and tattered into
four separate parts. I must have used it as toilet paper while I was drunk. I cannot
repeat what the Dean said. It was awful. I vowed never to have another drink
again. I was given a duplicate and I was so ashamed! When I returned the Cruz
asked: “What did he say then?” “Madam I cannot repeat what he said but I can
assure you I will never have another drink as long as I live.” It was a lesson that
decided me ...

Live To Tell

Author: Fr. Zef Pllumi
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 059589612X
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V.1 <br>1944-1951 <br><br>A True Story of Religious Persecution in Communist
Albania Fr. Zef Pllumi. stood my ground there in that cave and stayed there where
nobody would detect me. I went to steal corn in the fields and carried it back to
the cave, and hung it up to dry. So I was supplied with everything.Plenty of meat,
corn, and salt, and I had a goodstockpile of wood,too. There wasalso a water
hole there thatnever dried up. Sometimes itrose, sometimesit fell. I just stayed

At The Edge Of The Abyss

Author: David Koker
Publisher: Northwestern University Press
ISBN: 0810126362
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A Concentration Camp Diary, 1943-1944 David Koker Robert Jan Pelt. myself. It's
nonsense to ask for any kind of happiness from this period. The only thing that
matters is to conserve all your possibilities. You can allow all your feelings to
freeze; when this has ended you can thaw them out and then they'll live again. . . .
” Lately this line has been running through my head: “Wer spricht von Siegen?
Überstehn ist alles.”347 Everything, certainly the contact with our friends, is
actually ...

To 1944

Author: Pat Lorett
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1602470227
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That ole thing as G-pa called it, could come up 30 feet overnight, go down the
next day- to normal, make a mess, flood, take out bridges, move livestock down
river, never to be seen again. As far as I know, there had never been any ... live
down there on that bottom land if you want to, but me, I like to sleep all night and
not to worry about the floods that can come along, besides that I like to go fishin'
the next morning,” ( here it is again). I cornered the ole boy, “what do you mean
go fishin ...