Epilogue: A Memoir

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We already know how much famous authors loved their pets, but for many their non-human companions were essential to the creative process. Unable to control his unruly classes and an uninspiring teacher, he was seen as something of an oddity by his pupils. He provides fascinating insights into the inner circle around the F�hrer and, indeed, Hitler's final moments and what transpired after his suicide. My bet is the time he mounted the rear deck of a burning and abandoned American Tank Destroyer - a kind of thin-skinned tank with no roof on the turret, but with a bigger main gun than could be carried by a more heavily armored tank.

John's Little Acre

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As a young man of twenty struggling to find direction, Gantos seized the opportunity for quick cash and adventure when he decided to smuggle hashish along the coast of Florida up to New York Harbor. His large farm consists of 1,500 acres of land, in splendid condition. Other magazines, including Parismatch, Newsweek, and the the London Times, enthusiastically endorsed the story. I'm usually sorely disappointed with most biographies and memoirs I read.

The True Story of My Life (Dodo Press)

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Alexander, Elizabeth. "The Anxiety of Authority." Yale Journal of Law and Feminism. 4, no. 1 (1991). In the book’s one acknowledgment of his family life, Sloan makes a passing reference to his wife (he abandons her on the first day of a European vacation in order to return to business in Detroit). During his boyhood, passed on the farm, he attended schools of Greenville, Ga., and afterward Emory college, later taking a law course at Harvard university, from which he received his degree in 1881, and returned home to begin the practice of his profession.

The Correspondence of William James : Volume 8, 1895 - June

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Create a story map to illustrate your interviewee’s history. The remarkable story of a man who had to create his own life – but did not do so alone or without great thought and appreciation for the disparate backgrounds from which he comes. Edward William Budgen – or Ted as we all knew him - was born in Redhill in Surrey on 18th August 1934. The second child in a family of ten children, the death of her mother and father launched her from a tiny farming village in northern New Brunswick, Canada, to the streets of Boston.

If You Feel Too Much: Thoughts on Things Found and Lost and

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A Dangerous Woman will appeal to both fans of the graphic format or those looking for an introduction to Goldman's life. Part of it was the unusual noise he made. IndieBound ) by Swiss writer, economist, historian, and psychoanalyst Corinne Maier and French illustrator Anne Simon — an illuminating chronicle of the life and legacy of a man at once reviled as “the Devil” for denouncing capitalism and celebrated for his ideals of eradicating inequality, injustice, and exploitation from the world.

Memoirs of the Life of the Reverend George Whitefield, M.A.,

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Despite the minor changes, these volumes are still amongst the most comprehensive works ever published on the various aspects of the German War Machine. I read They Can Kill You... when I was trying to figure out how to “be in the entertainment industry” and the late Steel (she died in 1997) gave me a opportunity to see a strong, opinionated woman hold her own among men being usual, sexist assholes. Sher's dedication to his craft is an inspiration and a kick in the pants for any aspiring actor.

Goodbye Sarajevo: A True Story of Courage, Love and Survival

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Radcliffe, a progressive farmer and substantial business man of Meriwether county, was born in Stinson in 1855, and is the son of George W. and Anna E. (Stinson) Radcliffe. Jans uses his life experience as an author, naturalist, experienced outdoorsman, investigative journalist and photographer to weave a wonderful story. This work contains over 1,000 photographs, from the author’s own collection as well as other private collections. It was a last chance to say goodbye to many of his chums, whose graves he visited.

Sometimes It Rains

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E425 H4 1985 Author: Segal, Lore Groszmann. Belfort seems to have particular skill for finding the most reviled industry of the time, and thriving in them. Read this book today and let me take you on your personal journey on the elevator to the top. A rare look into a world usually only experienced by a few individuals. Follow Meyer with the 1st SS-Panzer Division "Leibstandarte" and the 12th SS-Panzer Division "Hitlerjugend," from the first day of the war in Poland, through service in France, Russia, and Greece, up until his capture in Normandy in 1944 and his postwar trials and tribulations.

Letters of Edward FitzGerald,

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Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1976. Leatherman, Courtney. "A Name for Herself (Feminist Writer bell hooks)." Mary Queen of Scots by Antonia Fraser. "On the late afternoon of Friday, 30 June 1559 a long splinter of wood from a jousting lance pierced the eye and brain of King Henry II of France." Probably as close as we can get to a time machine, Pepys famously witnesses the Great Fire of London; but more gripping throughout these hypnotically copious journals is the texture of life and love in 17th-century London.

Living with Others

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I shared a student house with David his son {and that’s how I met Kim, my love, who was a friend of David at high school}. His father, Douglas Smith, had emigrated to Southern Rhodesia from Hamilton, Scotland in 1898 and settled in the frontier settlement of Selukwe to try cattle farming and gold mining. They chronicle vivid life stories of Americans who lived at the turn of the century and include tales of meeting Billy the Kid, surviving the 1871 Chicago fire, pioneer journeys out West, grueling factory work, and the immigrant experience. – From the Collection’s Website.