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2006 Women Writers Reading By St. Mary's College of Maryland
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Women Writers 2006 is a collection of poems and prose by women across Maryland. Published by St. Mary’s College of Maryland, the collection includes poems and essays representing girls as... More > young as age five and women as old as seventy-five. The aim of the collection is to illustrate writing by women from a variety of backgrounds, to give voice to the experience of women across ethnicities, classes, ages, and sexualities. Women Writers 2006 was produced in conjunction with Women Writers Reading, an annual event that serves as the culminating campus activity for Women’s History Month.< Less
2006 Women Writers Reading By St. Mary's College of Maryland
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Women Writers 2006 is a collection of poems and prose by women across Maryland. Published by St. Mary’s College of Maryland, the collection includes poems and essays representing girls as... More > young as age five and women as old as seventy-five. The aim of the collection is to illustrate writing by women from a variety of backgrounds, to give voice to the experience of women across ethnicities, classes, ages, and sexualities. Women Writers 2006 was produced in conjunction with Women Writers Reading, an annual event that serves as the culminating campus activity for Women’s History Month.< Less
Mary Reardon By Emmanuel College
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Throughout her life, Catholic artist Mary Reardon (1912-2002) created works of art that celebrate the Catholic Church and its teachings. Most significantly, she contributed mosaic designs for two... More > important cathedrals, the Cathedral of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC and the Cathedral of St. Louis in St. Louis, Missouri. In this catalog, a compilation of essays by Emmanuel College undergraduates, these two large scale projects are examined, as are three additional projects by Reardon in which the Catholic tradition is her focus.< Less
open water By Open Water St. Mary's
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An undergraduate journal in the Social Sciences published by the Political Science Department at St. Mary's College of Maryland.
open water By Open Water St. Mary's
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An undergraduate journal in the Social Sciences published by the Political Science Department at St. Mary's College of Maryland.
Forum for Undergraduate Research, Vol. 6 No. 1 By Wagner College
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The Fall 2007 issue includes abstracts presented at the 61st Eastern Colleges Science Conference by Emily Babcock-Petrus, Michael Bois, Daniel Bryant, Racquel Campo, Irena De Mario, Vincenzo... More > DiMaggio, Elicia Enriquez, Kimberly Farrell, Christianna Gozzi, Mouhammed Halwani, Jennifer Hart, Letizia M. Hobbs, Margarita Javoroncov, Daniel Kerr, Laura J. Kohberger, Anastasia Kurta, Edmond Kurtovic, Lauren Maltese, Alfred Raccuia, Maris Reutzel, Yevgeniy Statnikov, L. Szewczuk. It also contains full-length papers by Letizia M. Hobbs, Edmund C. Jenkins, Christianna Gozzi, Joseph Pantone, Kim Costa, Valerie O'Donnell, Alexandra Mercil, Holly Walker, Erin Volsario.< Less
Forum for Undergraduate Research, Vol. 6 No. 1 By Wagner College
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The Fall 2007 issue includes abstracts presented at the 61st Eastern Colleges Science Conference by Emily Babcock-Petrus, Michael Bois, Daniel Bryant, Racquel Campo, Irena De Mario, Vincenzo... More > DiMaggio, Elicia Enriquez, Kimberly Farrell, Christianna Gozzi, Mouhammed Halwani, Jennifer Hart, Letizia M. Hobbs, Margarita Javoroncov, Daniel Kerr, Laura J. Kohberger, Anastasia Kurta, Edmond Kurtovic, Lauren Maltese, Alfred Raccuia, Maris Reutzel, Yevgeniy Statnikov, L. Szewczuk. It also contains full-length papers by Letizia M. Hobbs, Edmund C. Jenkins, Christianna Gozzi, Joseph Pantone, Kim Costa, Valerie O'Donnell, Alexandra Mercil, Holly Walker, Erin Volsario.< Less
Quick Guide: The Mill on the Floss By College Guide World
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The novel details the lives of Tom and Maggie Tulliver, a brother and sister growing up at Dorlcote Mill on the River Floss at its junction with the more minor River Ripple near the village of St.... More > Ogg's in England, probably in the 1820s after the Napoleonic Wars but before the Reform Act of 1832.[citation needed] Both the river and the village are fictional. The novel spans a period of 10 to 15 years, from Tom’s and Maggie’s childhood up until their deaths in a flood on the Floss. The book is fictional autobiography in part, reflecting the disgrace that George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans) herself had while in a lengthy relationship with a married man, George Henry Lewes.< Less
Quick Guide: Dr. No By College Guide World
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“Dr. No” by Ian Fleming was a highly successful novel in James Bond series. The novel was first published in England on 31st of March 1958 by Jonathan Cape. The story of the novel... More > revolves around James Bond and his investigation. One of his fellow M16 operatives, Commander John Strangways, and his secretary, Mary Trueblood, suddenly disappear in Jamaica. James Bond begins his investigation and begins searching he disappeared persons. James Bond relates Strangways’s disappearance with his investigation of Dr. No, a Chinese operator of a guano mine on the Caribbean island of Crab Key. Quick Guide: Dr. No Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: History and Background Chapter Three: Themes and Characters Chapter Four: Plot Summary Chapter Five: Critical Reviews Chapter Six: In Other Forms< Less
Treatment of Choice By Mary King
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Dr. Lauren McFadden and her physical therapist husband Bryan leave their prestigious careers at St. Michael's Rehabilitation Center in Northampton, Massachusetts, after a final falling-out with the... More > chief administrator. The couple seizes the opportunity, starting with their new home in Lenox, in the Berkshire Hills. They’re ready to open the doors of the wheelchair accessible estate to homeless and profoundly disabled young people who need rehab. Bryan and Lauren soon discover, however, that it's going to take much more than physical and occupational therapy to repair the lives of Adam, Devon and Philip. The boys settle into their new surroundings, but then life tosses in another challenge—the college student hired to help around the house becomes the victim of a hate crime—is severely beaten—and is now a patient at the estate. Will the boys still accept Buddy when they find out he's gay? And when Noah is hired, can he move beyond his own scarred past and adjust to his new career as a therapist?< Less