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I Was Born To Love You By Morgan Manley
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I Was Born To Love You by Morgan Manley is a true life story of one woman's ability to overcome harsh adversity and impossible circumstances. I Was Born to Love You is not a book to be read and... More > digested as other literary works, it is a guide or handbook referencing how to deal with the harshest adversity. A simple story is never that at all, many levels of implication and inference can be drawn upon through reading. I Was Born to Love You is impactful, stirring, infuriating and victorious all at the same time. A good read? Much more than that to be sure! What's more, it shares with the reader step-by-step process to oversome harsh adversities and move to a successful life< Less
Jake & God By Morgan Manley
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Jake doesn’t know where to turn, who to talk to or what to do next. His father is ill in the hospital. His grades have begun to slip and to make matters worse, he’s getting in trouble at... More > school! Jake needs help. Where will he turn to find solutions to the problems on his young mind? Morgan Manley presents a children’s book with a twist lost in today’s world, a question of faith. Jake and God is a story of responsibility and trust, love and challenges. Morgan Manley has done an excellent job telling a story of great importance in terms a child can understand. Jake and God is an essential book for your family’s shelves, sure to become a beloved classic for generations to come!< Less
Woman's Work in English Fiction By Clara Helen Whitmore
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This is an excellent reference for anyone interested in Women's History. The writings of many of the women considered in this volume have sunk into an oblivion from which their intrinsic merit should... More > have preserved them. This is partly due to the fact that nearly all the books on literature have been written from a man's stand-point. Many men who acknowledge unhesitatingly that Jane Austen is superior as an artist to Smollett, will find more pleasure in the breezy adventures of Roderick Random than in the drawing-room atmosphere of Emma; while no woman can read a novel of Smollett's without loathing, although she must acknowledge that the Scottish writer is a man of genius. When the novel took on literary form, women began to write. They were not imitators of men, but opened up new paths of fiction, in many of which they excelled. Started as a Master's thesis, this tome covers the time period from the Restoration to the Mid-Victorian Period. Women's Studies< Less

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