Off the Clock

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ISBN: 9780425278543
Release Date: 2016-01-05
Number of pages: 432
Author: Roni Loren
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Off the Clock in PDF and EPUB "Marin Rush loves studying sex. Doing it? That's another story. In the research lab, Marin's lack of practical knowledge didn't matter, but now that she's landed a job at The Grove, a high end, experimental sex therapy institute, she can't ignore the fact that the person most in need of sexual healing may be her. Dr. Donovan West, her new hotshot colleague, couldn't agree more. Donovan knows that Marin's clients are going to eat her alive unless she gets some hands-on experience. And if she fails at the job, he can say good-bye to a promotion, so he assigns her a list of R-rated tasks to prepare her for the wild clientele of The Grove's X-wing. But some of those tasks are built for two, and when he finds Marin searching for a candidate to help her check off her list, Donovan decides there's only one man for the job him. As long as they keep their erotic, off-the-clock activities strictly confidential and without strings, no one will get fired or worse, get attached.."--


Loving You Easy

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ISBN: 9780698184237
Release Date: 2016-09-06
Number of pages: 352
Author: Roni Loren
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Loving You Easy in PDF and EPUB Three lovers really click in the latest from the New York Times bestselling author of Call on Me— Cora has an amazing sex life. She’s beautiful, daring, and the most popular submissive in Hayven. Too bad none of it’s real... IT specialist Cora Benning has figured out the key to her formerly disastrous love life—make it virtual. In the online world of Hayven, she’s free of her geek girl image and can indulge her most private fantasies with a sexy, mysterious master without anyone in her life discovering her secrets. Until her information is hacked and she finds herself working to fix the breach under two very powerful men—one who seems all too familiar... Best friends and business partners Ren Muroya and Hayes Fox were once revered dominants. Then Hayes was wrongfully sent to prison and everything changed. Ren wants to get back to who they were. Hayes can’t risk it. But when they discover the new IT specialist is their online fascination, and that she’s never felt a dominant’s touch, the temptation to turn virtual into reality becomes all too great…


Symbols in Structure and Function Volume 2

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ISBN: 9781462800513
Release Date: 2003-10-17
Number of pages: 260
Author: Charles A. Sarnoff
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

Download and read online Symbols in Structure and Function Volume 2 in PDF and EPUB This is the second unit of three devoted to an explication of the structure and function of symbols. In this unit the emphasis is on the psychotherapeutic use of symbols. The following topics are covered. Ch-1 SYMBOLS AND MENTAL ILLNESS Ch-2 SYMBOL THEORY APPLIED Ch-3 REGRESSIVE SYMBOLIZATION : Psychotic Ch-4 REGRESSIVE SYMBOLIZATION : Neurotic Ch-5 REGRESSIVE SYMBOLIZATION : Psychosomatic Ch-6 PSYCHOANALYTIC SYMBOLS AND TRANSFERENCE Ch-7 THE USE DURING CHILD PSYCHOTHERAPY OF THE SYMBOLS THAT OCCUR IN FANTASIES AND DREAMS


Apocalyptic Dread

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ISBN: 9780791480335
Release Date: 2012-02-01
Number of pages: 207
Author: Kirsten Moana Thompson
Publisher: SUNY Press

Download and read online Apocalyptic Dread in PDF and EPUB The power and presence of dread in recent American cinema.


The Making of a Writer Volume 2

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ISBN: 9780679604389
Release Date: 2011-01-04
Number of pages: 336
Author: Gail Godwin
Publisher: Random House

Download and read online The Making of a Writer Volume 2 in PDF and EPUB “True, time is the villain and we are trapped in him. True, love is sometimes not returned. True, friends are sometimes false. But to be aware of this—all of it—and still want to go on living, that is the triumph. It is the reward.” As a young woman and aspiring author, Gail Godwin kept a detailed journal of her hopes and dreams, her love affairs, daily struggles, and small triumphs as she yearned for the day when she would finally become a published writer. At the urging of her friend Joyce Carol Oates, Godwin has distilled these early journals into two parts: This second and final volume opens in London in 1963 and concludes with the triumphant sale of Godwin’s first novel in 1969. Newly divorced and filled with literary ambition, Godwin arrives in London in 1962. At the start of this second volume, the call to write has become ingrained in the trajectory of her life. Though she is hobbled by a tedious but well-paying job with the U.S. Travel Service (“I thought I should no more be doing this job than raising skunks”), Godwin’s journals brim with the emotional complexity and intellectual curiosity that will soon distinguish her novels, and a sharp wit that belies her twenty-six years. Through these pages, Godwin’s development as a writer takes center stage, bolstered by her keen observations of human relationships—especially those between men and women: “I want to exploit, define, name, place this ever-shifting contest between men and women.” Her own love affairs are varied, doomed, and fascinating: There’s a short-lived engagement to a rugby player, a dalliance with a policeman, a tortured marriage to a psychiatrist obsessed with Scientology. “Men have let me down,” she writes, “and I construct my meaning in the emptiness they’ve left behind.” Leaving London and all its passionate wonders and disappointments, Godwin arrives in Iowa City to study at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. There, taught by Kurt Vonnegut and José Donoso, building friendships with Jane Barnes, John Casey, David Plimpton, and John Irving, Gail Godwin finally achieves her dream—and a published novelist is born. The Making of a Writer, Volume 2 is a remarkable window into the life of one of the most notable American writers of a generation, and an extraordinarily candid look at the very heart of a woman who has written herself to acclaim. From the Hardcover edition.


The Ones Who Got Away

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ISBN: 1492651400
Release Date: 2018-01-02
Number of pages: 352
Author: Roni Loren
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca

Download and read online The Ones Who Got Away in PDF and EPUB "With a unique setup, a swoony hero and a lively cast of characters, The Ones Who Got Away is the best kind of second-chance romance! It's a great read."--SARINA BOWEN, USA Today Bestselling author of Good Boy A fresh new contemporary romance from New York Times and USA Today bestseller Roni Loren that will rock your world. Twelve years ago, tragedy struck the senior class of Long Acre High School. Only a small number of students survived, a group the media dubbed as The Ones Who Got Away. Now, web designer Liv Arias, along with the rest of the survivors, have returned to the small Texas town to tell their stories for a documentary. Which means Liv seeing former star-athlete and old flame Finn Dorsey. A lot happened between them that night and Liv is ready to end their decade-long rift and move on. But when her attempt at closure turns into a steamy kiss, moving on proves much more difficult than either of them thought... Liv's words cut off as Finn got closer. The man approaching was nothing like the boy she'd known. The bulky football muscles had streamlined into a harder, leaner package. The smooth face was now dusted with scruff, and the look in his deep green eyes held no trace of boyish innocence. A thousand things were in those eyes. A thousand things welled up in Liv. Praise for Roni Loren: "Addictive and intense."--RT Book Reviews for Nothing Between Us "The romance is...emotionally satisfying...and the characters are worth rooting for."--Publishers Weekly for Not Until You "What really sets this story apart is the emotional connection between the characters. As they both heal from their pasts, they grow together as a couple."--RT Book Reviews for Caught up in You


Novel Judgements

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ISBN: 9781134046720
Release Date: 2011-09-08
Number of pages: 256
Author: William P. MacNeil
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Novel Judgements in PDF and EPUB Novel Judgements is a book about nineteenth century Anglo-American law and literature. But by redefining law as legal theory, Novel judgements departs from ‘socio-legal’ studies of law and literature, often dated in their focus on past lawyering and court processes. This texts ‘theoretical turn’ renders the period’s ‘law-and-literature’ relevant to today’s readers because the nineteenth century novel, when "read jurisprudentially", abounds in representations of law’s controlling concepts, many of which are still with us today. Rights, justice, law’s morality; each are encoded novelistically in stock devices such as the country house, friendship, love, courtship and marriage. In so rendering the public (law) as private (domesticity), these novels expose for legal and literary scholars alike the ways in which law comes to mediate all relationships—individual and collective, personal and political—during the nineteenth century, a period as much under the Rule of Law as the reign of Capital. So these novels pass judgement—a novel judgement—on the extent to which the nineteenth century’s idea of law is collusive with that era’s Capital, thereby opening up the possibility of a new legal theoretical position: that of a critique of the law and a law of critique.


The Scriptures of Charles Dickens

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ISBN: 9781351882224
Release Date: 2016-12-05
Number of pages: 328
Author: Vincent Newey
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online The Scriptures of Charles Dickens in PDF and EPUB This study focuses on Dickens's response to questions of identity, conduct, and social organization that emerged in an era of major cultural unsettlement and change, not least with the decline of religious certainty and the rise of materialism. An analysis of A Christmas Carol as a paradigm of his concerns and strategies in these fields is followed by close readings of novels from different stages of his career, Oliver Twist, David Copperfield, Great Expectations and Our Mutual Friend. These, and other works by Dickens, are seen to reflect ideologies currently at work in his society but also, more importantly, to participate in the construction of needful value systems and codes for regulating behaviour. Liberal humanism and middle-class hegemony feature largely in this process of culture formation, where Dickens played a crucial role in formulating and promulgating such salient guiding principles as those of sympathy, marriage and the family, economic responsibility, and hierarchy within and between groups. His treatment of the self is on one level driven by this project in shaping and stabilizing attitudes among a confederacy of readers, in that it offers positive models of development, of how to function and fit in; yet on another, especially in his sustained imaginative preoccupation with the figure of the outsider or misfit, this is one pre-eminent area where his writing transcends purposes of enculturation and paradoxically challenges its own ideological positions. His female characters in particular, as well as more obviously his anti-heroes, criminals, and other dissidents, are shown to question and subvert the moulds in which they are formally cast. The novels are confirmed not only as great creative achievements, an aspect this book consistently salutes, nor simply as a primary site of the evolving Victorian dispensation and revolution of ideas, but as a territory that predicts, engages, and illuminates our own complex modernity. Reference is made throughout the volume to other contemporary writings, including sociological, philosophic, and medical discourse, to recent cognate theory, and to traditions, like that of Puritan spiritual autobiography, which Dickens adapted to new ends.


Grand Illusions

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ISBN: 9780190218614
Release Date: 2016-03-11
Number of pages: 304
Author: David M. Lubin
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online Grand Illusions in PDF and EPUB "Taking readers on a tour of the major historical events during and immediately after World War I, Grand Illusions considers the famous and forgotten artists and artworks that sought to make sense of America's first total war"--


The Persistence of Memory

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ISBN: 0520079094
Release Date: 1992
Number of pages: 145
Author: Philip Kuberski
Publisher: Univ of California Press

Download and read online The Persistence of Memory in PDF and EPUB "Held together by a specific vision of memory, these essays put together sources that normally do not come into contact. I like this book a lot."--David B. Morris, author of "The Culture of Pain" "Thought-provoking and even moving. . . . Superior in terms of its poetic acuteness and its range."--Jonathan Boyarin, author of "Polish Jews in Paris: The Ethnography of Memory"


Re casting Kokoschka

Filename: re-casting-kokoschka.pdf
ISBN: 9780838639054
Release Date: 2002
Number of pages: 239
Author: Claude Cernuschi
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press

Download and read online Re casting Kokoschka in PDF and EPUB This interpretative study of Kikiscka's Expressionist work critically examines the claims for truth often made on behalf of Kokoschka's portraits, as well as the fundamental assumptions underlying his portraiture: the interchangeability of the physical and psychological, the psychological veracity of mythical narratives, and the ability of style to convey ethical and epistemological truth. This study also draws attention to the numerous parallels between Kokoschka's Expressionism and Freudian psychoanalysis, to the ways in which style in Vienna in 1900 could convey political (especially antifeminist and anti-Semitic) meanings.


The book of Fritz Leiber Vol I and Vol II

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ISBN: UOM:39015008808340
Release Date: 1980
Number of pages: 377
Author: Fritz Leiber
Publisher: Macmillan Reference USA

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The Principles of Psychology

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ISBN: NYPL:33433070248038
Release Date: 1890
Number of pages:
Author: William James
Publisher:

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Essays on Gogol

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ISBN: 0810111918
Release Date: 1994
Number of pages: 291
Author: Susanne Fusso
Publisher: Northwestern University Press

Download and read online Essays on Gogol in PDF and EPUB These fourteen essays reflect the increasingly interdisciplinary character of Russian literature research in general and of the study of Gogol in particular, focusing on specific works, Gogol's own character, and the various approaches to aesthetic, religious, and philosophical issues raised by his writing.


The Science of Yoga

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ISBN: 9781451641424
Release Date: 2012-02-07
Number of pages: 298
Author: William J Broad
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online The Science of Yoga in PDF and EPUB Examines the health claims of modern yoga, drawing on scientific and cultural research to offer advice on how to recognize authentic yoga practice and gain actual benefits.