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The Waves By Virginia Woolf
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The Waves, published by Hogarth Press in 1931, might be said to be plotless in essence whilst also serving as a counterpoint to her earlier novel Jacob’s Room. The structure, because... More > that’s a more helpful notion, is built around the soliloquys of six characters while a seventh, much like Jacob but this time kept silent, hovers in the background. Interspersed between these six voices are attendant naturalistic descriptions of waves breaking on a shore at different points of the day from dawn to dusk; another instance of Woolf’s childhood memories surfacing. Through the different characters, and using the seventh, Perceval, as a collective, but flawed, icon, Woolf examines notions of the self and the collective through differing viewpoint. Some see Woolf’s peers in a selection of the characters including Llyton Strachey, E. M. Forster and T. S. Eliot, but such identifications are less important than what she has to say using these points of view as distinct mouthpieces.< Less
The Wave By Megan Martonick
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Penny and Laurence are two young sisters torn apart by tragedy when Laurence pushes Penny into the unforgiving ocean near their home in southern California. Penny’s body is never recovered, and... More > she is assumed to be dead. Laurence must now face the hard consequences of her actions. In an unusual twist, Penny survives and is washed up on an island where she experiences phenomenal mental and physical powers, along with a chilling change in attitude. Bad things will happen if Penny has her way in this dramatic short story. Will Laurence realize the truth behind what has happened in time to save Penny from herself?< Less
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Penny and Laurence are two young sisters torn apart by tragedy when Laurence pushes Penny into the unforgiving ocean near their home in southern California. Penny’s body is never recovered,... More > and she is assumed to be dead. Laurence must now face the hard consequences of her actions. In an unusual twist, Penny survives and is washed up on an island where she experiences phenomenal mental and physical powers, along with a chilling change in attitude. Bad things will happen if Penny has her way in this dramatic short story. Will Laurence realize the truth behind what has happened in time to save Penny from herself?< Less
The WAVES By Frank Womble
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A pictorial history of the U.S. Navy WAVES in World War II. Includes nearly 200 photographs, art works, and recruiting posters from the Naval History & Heritage Command collection.
The WAVES By Frank Womble
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A pictorial history of the U.S. Navy WAVES in World War II. Includes nearly 200 photographs, art works, and recruiting posters from the Naval History & Heritage Command collection.
Waves By William Gruner
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Selected poems by William Gruner.
Waves By William Gruner
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The Waves By Virginia Woolf
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One of Woolf’s most experimental novels, The Waves presents six characters in monologue - from morning until night, from childhood into old age - against a background of the sea. The result is... More > a glorious chorus of voices that exists not to remark on the passing of events but to celebrate the connection between its various individual parts.< Less
Waves By Rowena Woozeer
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Waves is the first poetry book by Rowena Woozeer, which explores the last eight years of her life as she struggles to deal with her mental health problems. This book is for anyone struggling with... More > mental health - as a reminder that you're not alone - and to raise awareness, to help end the stigma surrounding mental illnesses. Do not be afraid to speak out about how you are feeling.< Less