The Man Who Was Not With It

The Man Who Was Not With It Author Herbert Gold
ISBN-10 9781565128767
Release 1987-10-01
Pages 314
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The Man Who Was Not With It is the story of young Bud Williams and his safari southward to Florida. On the way, he is abruptly confronted with the con men, addicts, and freaks, and the bruised innocence, of carnival and nightclub life.



The Man Who Was Not

The Man Who Was Not Author Jane Hoppen
ISBN-10 9781626391727
Release 2014-06-01
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In 1843, Stephen Hyde appears before the select board of Salisbury, Connecticut, to claim his voting rights. Stephen is effeminate though, and when he approaches the board, other members challenge his maleness. To end the dispute, the board leader summons the town doctor, Dr. Martin Smythe, to examine Stephen. The doctor informs the board that Stephen Hyde is, indeed, a man, and Stephen wins the right to vote. But Stephen has a secret, and three weeks later, he is suffering from increasingly severe menstrual symptoms. The only way he can get pain medication is to visit Dr. Smythe and reveal his true biology. With the truth in the open, Stephen and Martin bond as friends, eventually becoming intimate. Six months into their relationship, both are surprised beyond belief when Stephen becomes pregnant. The two men must then formulate some way to create and keep a family.



The Man Who Would Not Be Washington

The Man Who Would Not Be Washington Author Jonathan Horn
ISBN-10 9781476748573
Release 2016-05-10
Pages 384
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Originally published in hardcover in 2015 by Scribner.



The Man Who Was Loved

The Man Who Was Loved Author Kay MacCauley
ISBN-10 9781846591723
Release 2013-03-01
Pages 270
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The year is 1546 and a strange child has been abandoned at the San Barnabo shelter for foundlings in Venice. Sister Clara feels mysteriously drawn to him and is compelled to claim him as her own. She is the first of many for whom Marin will assume the shape of their lost or unfulfilled love. As Marin grows into adulthood the waters of the lagoon rise, fish appear on the streets and the city is struck by a plague with symptoms that resemble drowning. The people are desperate for salvation and find it in San Barnabo, sacrificed hundreds of years before in order to save the city, and now returned in the shape of Marin. 'Teeming with fantastical characters and extravagant scenes from sixteenth-century Venice, The Man Who Was Loved is a deeply affecting tale of love, avarice and intrigue. 'A sensuous blur of exotic imagery and colour, of careening time and beauty. This is a remarkable and compelling story and a breathtaking debut.' Robert Plant 'Elegant ... one of her favourite novelists is F. Scott Fitzgerald ... her prose is just as beautiful... Magical' authortrek.com 'MacCauley writes like a profane angel. Sensuous and evocative, 16th century Venice, with its decadent beauty and decay, soon gets under the skin ... this is a novel to savour and not gobble up ... a stunning debut.' Historical Novels Review



The Man who is and is Not There

The Man who is and is Not There Author Andrew Stambuk
ISBN-10 9781558498983
Release 2011
Pages 175
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Robert Francis (1901--1987), the author of eight volumes of poetry, an autobiography, a book of fiction, essays on poetry, and a reminiscence of Robert Frost, lived for most of his career on the outskirts of Amherst, Massachusetts, devoting himself to Yankee simplicity and self-renunciation derived from his reading of Thoreau. His preference for solitude and disinclination to write about or promote himself account for the elusiveness of his persona in his prose and poetry. This book charts how Francis developed and elaborated this persona through distanced self-portraits in prose and through poems that both reveal and conceal the self of the poet. Folded into the study are discussions of Francis's pastoralism, his affinities with Emerson and Thoreau, his experimentation with new poetic forms, his protest against the Vietnam War and environmental despoliation, his homoeroticism, and a comparison of his poetry with that of Robert Frost. The book also explores Francis's characteristic attitude, figured as "hovering," where his speaker is both subject and object, writing about himself while inhabiting the role of detached observer. Complementing the emphasis on Francis's elusiveness, Andrew Stambuk offers readings of his poems attentive to aesthetic qualities that give them their particular reticence. Stambuk's sensitive evaluations underscore that Francis is a craftsman of intricate precisions whose work speaks to contemporary political and global concerns.



The Man Who Was Thursday

The Man Who Was Thursday Author G. K. Chesterton
ISBN-10 9780192823595
Release 1996-10-17
Pages 194
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"Widely considered as Chesterton's masterpiece, The Man Who Was Thursday (1908) defies classification. Subtitled 'A nightmare' by Chesterton, on one level it is a fast-moving and surreal detective story. Drawing on contemporary fears of anarchist conspiracies and bomb outrages, The Man Who Was Thursday is firmly rooted in its time and place - turn-of-the-century London - but it also defies temporal boundaries. Police Detective Syme finds himself drawn into a world that seems to have gone beyond humanity when he is elected 'Thursday', one of the members of the Central European Council of seven monarchs. Dreamlike, prophetic, and frequently funny, the novel attacks contemporary pessimism and, through a bizarre series of pursuits and unmaskings, returns Syme - and us - to earth more aware of its beauty, promise, and creative potential."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved



A Man who Does Not Exist

A Man who Does Not Exist Author Deborah Fleming
ISBN-10 0472105817
Release 1995
Pages 224
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A unique perspective on Yeats's and Synge's contributions to the literature of revolutionary Ireland



The Man Who Was Robinson Crusoe

The Man Who Was Robinson Crusoe Author Rick Wilson
ISBN-10 9781906476359
Release 2011-06-21
Pages 176
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2009 marked the 300th anniversary of the rescue of Alexander Selkirk, the Fife mariner who became the inspiration for Daniel Defoe's "Robinson Crusoe". The story is told not only by the author but also through the words of those who knew Selkirk with three colourful contemporary accounts of Selkirk's island experiences on Juan Fernandez - two by the sailors who rescued him from the island, 300 miles off the coast of Chile (Capt Edward Cooke and Capt Woodes Rogers) and one by Sir Richard Steele, who talked with Selkirk after his homecoming. Selkirk had spent four and a half years on the island. Wilson also delves into Defoe's construction of Crusoe from Selkirk's experiences and his youth in Fife. He also covers the dramatic circumstances of his abandonment on the island when he asked to be stranded rather than risk drowning in the unseaworthy Cinque Ports.Selkirk was right, the ship sank and the crew perished. Having been adopted as master of the ship that rescued him, Selkirk got his privateering career immediately back on track and, thanks to the success of this expedition, became a rich man. When he returned as such to Lower Largo - entering the church in all his new finery - his family and the common people almost fell at his feet. But this triumphant moment did not last. He became bored and nostalgic for his island (often sitting at a point overlooking the Forth to try to conjure it up) and, after starting a relationship with a local girl, he - and she - went back down to London.The story does not have a particularly happy ending. While his Fife lass felt uncomfortable in London society, Selkirk abandoned her in two ways - he took another woman as a wife and went off to sea again, as lieutenant aboard HMS Weymouth. While the ship was sailing off the west coast of Africa in 1723, it was struck by yellow fever and Alexander Selkirk was among the many crew members who died. He was aged 47 and the 'new' woman finally won the long and ugly tussle over his remaining fortune.



The Man Who Was Thursday

The Man Who Was Thursday                           Author G. K. Chesterton
ISBN-10
Release 2011-04-15
Pages 20
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The Man Who Was Thursday has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Man Who Was Thursday also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Man Who Was Thursday book for free.



The Man Who Dreamed of Elk Dogs

The Man Who Dreamed of Elk Dogs Author Paul Goble
ISBN-10 9781937786007
Release 2012
Pages 48
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Features twenty-three traditional stories from the Blackfoot, Lakota, Assiniboin, Pawnee, and Cheyenne nations about how horses first appeared to the tribes of the American Plains.



The Man Who Knew

The Man Who Knew Author Edgar Wallace
ISBN-10 9780755115075
Release 2008-01-11
Pages 174
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A youth lies dead. A Constable is at the scene, as is John Martin's nephew. Also May Nuttall, whose father was Martin's best friend. A small, shabby man in a frock coat pulls a newspaper advert from the deceased's pocket. 'At the Yard, ' whispers the constable, 'we call him The Man who Knows.'



Anthony Collins The Man and His Works

Anthony Collins The Man and His Works Author James O'Higgins
ISBN-10 9789401032179
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 267
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This book is the study of a man who caught my interest both because of his own character and of the variety of his activities. It is an attempt to see him in his relationship, intellectual and literary, with the Europe of his day, to gauge his position in the development of Seventeenth and Eighteenth century thought, to examine the origins of his ideas and their effect and to place him in the social context of the England of the early Eighteenth century. The period in which he lived, coming at the beginning of the Enlightenment, was seminal for our own world and the man himself is of contemporary significance because of the similarity of his outlook, ifnot of his beliefs, to that of many today. He was at the centre of the major theological controversy of the Seventeen twenties and was one of the most contentious figures of his time. I would like to acknowledge my obligation to the scholars and librarians who have assisted me in producing this work: to Dr. E. A. O. Whiteman of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, and to Mrs. M. Kneale, late of the same College; to Bodley's librarian Dr. R. Shackleton; to Dr. D. Rogers, Mr. D. G. Neill and to the staff of the Bodleian, especially those who work in Duke Humphrey; to the librarians of Christ Church, All Souls, St. John's, Wadham, Exeter and Corpus Christi Colleges, Oxford; to Mr. F. G. Emmison, Miss H. E. T.



The Man Who Walked Like a Bear

The Man Who Walked Like a Bear Author Stuart M. Kaminsky
ISBN-10 9789049983376
Release 2012-10-16
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With his wife in the hospital, Porfiry Rostnikov tries to protect Moscow from chaos Porfiry and Sarah Rostnikov have been in love since the end of World War II, growing old together as the Soviet Union lurches towards modernity. Sarah is recovering from a brain operation, her police inspector husband at her side, when a bearlike man staggers into her hospital room. Hulking, naked, and insensible, he is about to leap out the window when Rostnikov talks him off the ledge. But before the orderlies take him away, the giant whispers a secret to the investigator. Someone has been stealing from the factory where he works. As he puzzles over the colossal madman’s clue, Rostnikov must also focus on his colleagues in the Moscow police, as their team contends with a sudden jump in crime. Rebels are planting bombs, teenagers are plotting assassinations, and the KGB lurks in every shadow. Surviving all this without Sarah by his side will be a challenge for the limping policeman, but he has long proven adept at talking down the Russian bear.



The Man who Loved Children

The Man who Loved Children Author Christina Stead
ISBN-10 9780522855548
Release 2010
Pages 551
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The Man Who Loved Children is Christina Stead's masterpiece about family life. Set in Washington during the 1930s, Sam and Henny Pollit are a warring husband and wife. Their tempestuous marriage, aggravated by too little money, lies at the centre of Stead's satirical and brilliantly observed novel about the relations between husbands and wives, and parents and children. Sam, a scientist, uses words as weapons of attack and control on his children and is prone to illusions of power and influence that fail to extend beyond his family. His wife Henny, who hails from a wealthy Baltimore family, is disastrously impractical and enmeshed in her own fantasies of romance and vengeance. Much of the care of their six children is left to Louisa, Sam's 14-year-old daughter from his first marriage. Within this psychological battleground, Louisa must attempt to make a life of her own. First published in 1940, The Man Who Loved Children was hailed for its satiric energy. Now its originality is again lauded by novelist, Jonathan Franzen, in his illuminating new introduction.



The Man Who Was Thursday a Nightmare

The Man Who Was Thursday  a Nightmare                                          Author Gilbert Keith Chesterton
ISBN-10
Release 2011-10-15
Pages 19
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The Man Who Was Thursday a Nightmare has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Man Who Was Thursday a Nightmare also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Man Who Was Thursday a Nightmare book for free.



The Man who was There

The Man who was There Author Wright Morris
ISBN-10 0803258135
Release 1977-01-01
Pages 236
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When it first appeared in 1945, this novel disconcerted a good many critics: Agee Ward, "the man who was there" of the title, ostensibly is the man who is not there--a member of the armed forces in World War II, he has been reported missing in action. Yet as we are shown various views of Agee and how he continues to affect the lives of others?among them Grandma Herkimer and Private Reagan, who knew him in boyhood; Peter Spavic and Mrs. Krickbaum, who refuse to believe that he is missing; Miss Gussie Newcomb, his landlady and (to her surprise) his heir?we come to perceive what Agee had in mind when he said "that anything really alive just went on and on."



The Man Who Was The God of Love Storycuts

The Man Who Was The God of Love  Storycuts Author Ruth Rendell
ISBN-10 9781448108893
Release 2011-11-17
Pages 14
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Fiona meets Henry when temping for his company and is immediately impressed by his intellect. He takes pride in his achievements, but after they marr, Fiona finds out that this intellect was all just a pretence. Little does Fiona know the consequences of finding out a secret of pride . . . Part of the Storycuts series, this short story was previously published in the collection Blood Lines.