Wovon Wir Tr Umten

Author: Julie Otsuka
Publisher: mareverlag
ISBN: 3866483015
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'Wovon wir träumten' verzauberte bereits die Leser in den USA und in England, stürmte dort die Bestsellerlisten, wurde von der Presse hymnisch gefeiert, mit dem PEN / Faulkner Award ausgezeichnet und für zwei weitere große ...

The Old Man In The Attic

Author: John Albertone
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1635689465
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His computer occupied the most important space in his attic. It sat securely on the
middle of the table. He never used it for trivial pursuits such as games, social
clubs, or even solitaire. He used his computer to create his novels and short
stories. He encouraged himself to write more often just by saying there was no
excuse not to write his novels. After all, any knowledge he needed was at his
fingertips. By one click of the mouse, he was on the Internet, where indeed he
had access to all ...

The Rabbi In The Attic

Author: Eileen Pollack
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1453255796
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As the narrator of the first story discovers when “barbarian” rock fans invade her town, it can be terrifying to be knocked from the “tiny fixed orbit” of conventional life.

Short Stories And Poems From The Attic Of My Mind

Author: Micahel E. Levasseur
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
ISBN: 1434952894
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We were on a five man team; I don't remember our team name. The other
members on the team were Michael & Larry Hart and Steve Rydela. I don't think
the other three bowled before ether. We were a fun team, I remember that, plus at
the end of the year we all got a trophy, I still have mine. I want to tell you about
this one time when we were bowling: We were in last place; we knew we were
never going to get out of last place, we didn't care, and we were having fun! I don'
t remember ...

Robert Penn Warren S Circus Aesthetic And The Southern Renaissance

Author: Patricia L. Bradley
Publisher: Univ. of Tennessee Press
ISBN: 9781572333116
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In another interview, Warren states the case more succinctly: "Short stories kill
poems."4 He claimed not to have written any more after 1946. Included among
his uncollected stories, however, are fifteen "pre-publication excerpts" from
novels. The best known of these is "Cass Mastern's Wedding Ring," which was
excerpted from the work-in-progress All the King's Men in 1944. 5 Thus, the
collection The Circus in the Attic and Other Stories is considered something of an
anomaly within ...

All The King S Men

Author: Robert Penn Warren
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780156031042
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Stark begins his political career as an idealistic man of the people but soon becomes corrupted by success. Generally considered the finest novel ever written on American politics, "All the King's Men" is a literary classic.

Flowers And Other Short Stories

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
ISBN: 1434975320
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Luckily, they weren't trapped in the wooden attic and the fire was put out. The kids
were also members of the scouts. The Boy ... I learned that the enormous
dromedary held milk in its hump and that camels either had one hump or two,
depending on whether they were from the Middle East or Asia. Next, the circus
came to town. To us it was the ... There was a fire-eating man, and, just to give the
circus a Middle Eastern aura, veiled ladies. I even studied insects. The tarantula
spider on ...

Short Stories And Tall Tales

Author: James Woods
Publisher: Balboa Press
ISBN: 1504354613
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But viewers were few and far between and not one of the servants would go near
those windows without expecting to be touched by some icycold finger on the
shoulder. Any whose business brought them to the attic always glanced toward
the dark nervously anticipating something would happen. Though few went there
alone they talked about strange earthy smells and a bitter chill, even on the
warmest days. The man whom Jonathan employed as gamekeeper told the story
that one ...