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Woman Fashion 1987-1997 By JEAN-PAUL CATTIN
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This book is a journey about beauty of women photographed by Jean-Paul Cattin for an entire decade. Using countless photo techniques, he deeply explored the notion of fashion as he photographed young... More > models to celebrities. The timeless pictures express sexiness, desire and tremendous elegance. They come along an intimate interview of the photograph scatted from page to page so you read it like a story.< Less
Fashionably Fate By Shunta Montgomery
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Young love blossomed at the height of their senior year, but Adena’s father couldn’t have his daughter falling for a deaf boy who threatened to take away the control he had over her.... More > Ripped apart on one agonizing night, Adena and Nicolas’ lives go in separate directions until fate brings them back together. Adena, now living in Italy with her own successful fashion house has never forgotten Nicolas, the love of her young life. When Nicolas finds Adena again he does everything he can to reconnect with her. But as their relationship starts to take off once again Adena’s father and a determined man willing to do whatever it takes to get the woman he wants, threatens to tear them apart again. Can these two follow their hearts to love? Or will sinister forces tear the apart for life?< Less
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The Woman in White By Wilkie Collins
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The Woman in White is an epistolary novel written by Wilkie Collins in 1859, serialized in 1859-1860, and first published in book form in 1860. It is considered to be to the first mystery novel, and... More > is widely regarded as one of the first (and finest) in the genre of ‘sensation novels’….The Woman in White is also an early example of a particular type of Collins narrative in which several characters in turn take up the telling of the story. This creates a complex web in which readers are unsure which narrator can, and cannot, be trusted. Collins used this technique in his other novels, including The Moonstone. This technique was copied by other novelists, including Bram Stoker, author of Dracula (1897), although by the end of the 19th century the technique was considered “old-fashioned”.< Less
PSYCHOPATHIC WOMAN By M.R AL-QURAISH
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JANINE WAS GREAT GRAND DAUGHTER OF DANIEL DRACULA AND SHE WAS BORN IN ROMANIA AND BELONGED TO VERY PIOUS AND ARISTOCRAT FAMILY AND SHE HAD SOME DESIRE TO BECOME AN ARTICULATED LADY IN THE FIELD OF... More > NAIL POLISHING BUSINESS. SHE HAD OPENED A PROFESSIONAL SHOP IN THE MAIN HIGH STREET. MOST OF THE RICH LADIES HAD FLOCK TO ENTER IN HER ARENA OF SERVICE AND SHE HAD TURN INTO THE MOST SERVICE PROVIDERS FOR THE FASHIONABLE OLD, YOUNG AND MIDDLE AGE WOMEN. BUT IN SECRET SHE HAD COMMENCED TO KILL THE WOMEN WITH HER EYES WHILE JUST TO GAZE IN SINGLE GLANCE THAT HAD HINDER HER VISION TO ESCAPE FROM THE MURDER CONVECTION FROM THE SHREWD EYES OF THE POLICE INVESTIGATION. THUS SH HAD EVEN KILLED THE POLICE OFFICERS AS WELL AND HAD LEFT LITTLE CLUE TO RIP OFF MOST OF THE EVIDENCE IN THE AREA. THEN SHE HAD ENCOUNTER THE TOP MACHINE GUNNERS AND HAD ESCAPED FROM THE RAINS OF BULLETS BUT HAD COME FROM THE OTHER PLANET OF SPACE AND DISAPPEAR STRAIGHT WAY.< Less
An Old-Fashioned Girl: A Young Country Woman’s Struggle to Find Acceptance and Belonging in the Urban Culture of Victorian America By Louisa May Alcott
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The famous sentimental novel by Louisa May Alcott is published here without abridgment; it follows the adventures of Polly Milton, a country girl who discovers the opulence of urban life. Alcott's... More > book is something of a coming-of-age tale, as we join the fourteen year old Polly during her journey to the family of Fanny Shaw, one of her best friends. Raised in the countryside, Polly has previously only seen the rural life and is accustomed to the raising of livestock and the slow pace of life the country is known for. Arriving in the city, Polly is shocked by the affluence of her surroundings. She is taken aback by the numerous towering buildings, bustling streets, people in fashionable dress and fancy decor, and their fanciful habits. Although she makes a return visit each year, Polly is excluded from the Shaws' social circle on account of her manners, which her urbanized counterparts think quaint and "countrified".< Less

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