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Charlotte By James Barratt
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The story of 16-year-old Charlotte Moore, a teenage girl, who becomes immortal after waking up from a head trauma. To find out more...read on. This story takes place in 1993
Charlotte By Ivy Seijo
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This is the story of Grandma Charlie... how she grew up... what she became... Her life was difficult because she lived in an age where women were considered "useful commodities" for men,... More > but not part of active life unless they were in the kitchen, barefoot and pregnant. ...find out how Charlotte braved the world to accomplish her dreams for the future, not only for herself, but for those around her... it tells us how she became Grandma Charlie...< Less
Charlotte By Ivy Seijo
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This is the story of Grandma Charlie... how she grew up... what she became... Her life was difficult because she lived in an age where women were considered "useful commodities" for men,... More > but not part of active life unless they were in the kitchen, barefoot and pregnant. ...find out how Charlotte braved the world to accomplish her dreams for the future, not only for herself, but for those around her... it tells us how she became Grandma Charlie...< Less
The Works of Charlotte Bronte By Charlotte Bronte
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This collection has all of the following books: Life of Charlotte Brontë by E.C. Gaskell Poems by Currer Bell Jane Eyre Shirley Villette The Professor
Charlotte Perkins Gilman Collection By Charlotte Perkins
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Fans of feminist trailblazer Charlotte Perkins Gilman are in for a treat. Gathered in The Collected Works of Charlotte Perkins Gilman are three of her most famous works: The Yellow Wallpaper This... More > short story is one of the most popular pre-1923 texts in the English language, ranking third only to The Bible and Shakespeare for free downloads on Project Gutenberg. The strange, haunting vignette delineates a woman’s post-partum mental breakdown. First published in January 1892 in The New England Magazine, it is a landmark work of American feminist literature, illustrating attitudes in the 19th century toward women's physical and mental health. It anticipates the works of Sylvia Plath and other feminist writers seven decades later. Also included are the novels Herland and The Man Made World. *Includes image gallery.< Less
Charlotte's Home Remedies By Charlotte Billiet
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This is a home remedies book that will be able to help people slowly use home remedies more than normal medicine.
Charlotte's Birthday By frank cosentino
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This play is a retrospective look to 1952 when Charlotte Whitton of Renfrew was first elected Mayor of Ottawa. She struck some people as a cantankerous soul, a bit of a curmudgeon. She was a... More > pioneer in that she was the first female to be elected Mayor of Ottawa. The play is based on the 1910 Renfrew Millionaires hockey season. Charlotte (Lottie) was the team's mascot and for her 14th birthday, she was guest of honour on the bench and the game against Ottawa was dedicated to her. In the play, Charlotte states that evrything she learned about competing in a man's world she learned during that hockey season of 1910. Perhaps her most famous quote is: "Whatever women do they must to twice as well as men to be considered half as good. Luckily, it's not that difficult."< Less
Charlotte's Birthday By frank cosentino
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This play is a retrospective look to 1952 when Charlotte Whitton of Renfrew was first elected Mayor of Ottawa. She struck some people as a cantankerous soul, a bit of a curmudgeon. She was a... More > pioneer in that she was the first female to be elected Mayor of Ottawa. The play is based on the 1910 Renfrew Millionaires hockey season. Charlotte (Lottie) was the team's mascot and for her 14th birthday, she was guest of honour on the bench and the game against Ottawa was dedicated to her. In the play, Charlotte states that evrything she learned about competing in a man's world she learned during that hockey season of 1910. Perhaps her most famous quote is: "Whatever women do they must to twice as well as men to be considered half as good. Luckily, it's not that difficult."< Less
Charlotte Temple By Mrs. Rowson
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Charlotte Temple is a novel by Susanna Rowson. It was first published in England in 1791 under the title Charlotte, A Tale of Truth. The first American edition was published in 1794 and the novel... More > became a bestseller. It has gone through over 200 American editions.Charlotte Temple is the name of the main character in this book. Charlotte is the mother of Lucy Temple, the namesake of Rowson's sequel to this book, Lucy Temple.The book tells of the seduction of a British schoolgirl by a dashing soldier, John Montraville, who brings her to America and there abandons her, pregnant and ill. As such, it belongs to the seduction novel genre popular in early American literature.The novel opens upon an unexpected encounter between the British Lieutenant Montraville and Charlotte Temple, a tall, elegant girl of 15. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlotte_Temple Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
Mac and Charlotte By Barbara Cook
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A history of the marriage of Charlotte and Mac McFaul by their daughter, Barbara McFaul Cook.