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Gertie S Paranormal Plantation

Author : Melanie James
ISBN : 9781944003173
Genre : Fiction
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Re-release (2015) Welcome to the paranormal plantation where 'strange' takes on a whole new meaning! From witches to werewolves and every type of paranormal creature around; life at the plantation is full of surprises. Gertie's Paranormal Plantation, Book 1 in the Tales From the Paranormal Plantation by NYT and USA Today bestselling author Melanie James is an uproariously funny walk on the paranormal side. A laugh til it hurts Literal Leigh Romance Diaries spin-off. Everyone's favorite witch, Gertie O'Leary, is back! And she has a story of her own to tell. "One thing I've learned about running a shelter for paranormal creatures, you can't afford to let your guard down. It all started when I welcomed an enchanting new guest to my plantation. Strange things started to happen. Well, more strange than usual. I was caught off guard by some conflicting feelings and it spurred me on to get Brad, the love of my life, committed. To moving in with me, that is. In any case, I was willing to do whatever it took: love spells, black magic, and something so naughty I'd rather not mention it here. Nothing worked out quite the way I planned and I ended up having to go to hell and back just to save my own self! If it wasn't for Marie Laveau and the rest of my friends, I wouldn't be able to share this tale with you in my memoir, Gertie's Paranormal Plantation. Content Notes: Paranormal Romantic Comedy, Chicklit, Contemporary Romance, Werewolves and Shifters, Witches and Wizards, Norse Myths, Adult Humor Previously Published: (2015) Melanie James, Black Paw Publishing

Back To The Fuchsia

Author : Melanie James
ISBN : 1533452369
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For some people, time travel is a fantastic daydream, but for Gertie O'Leary, it's just another magically induced accident. Just when you thought things couldn't get weirder at the Paranormal Plantation, Gertie decides to jazz the place up with another DIY project. Fuchsia's a great color, don't you agree? Sure, it's great. But after Gertie mixes her favorite color with a heavy dose of untried witchcraft, creating a strange time-warping side effect, she and her paranormal posse land in the court of King Henry VIII. You know what isn't great? Your friend loses her memory and tries to steal your boyfriend, you can't figure out how to get back home and worse, you're accused of witchcraft! Add in a pair of mischievous Sasquatches, along with a curious dragon and it spells certain doom for Gertie and her friends as they take their magical buffoonery to the sixteenth century!

American Book Publishing Record Cumulative 1876 1949

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ISBN : UOM:39015079623230
Genre : United States
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Violence In Caribbean Literature

Author : Véronique Maisier
ISBN : 9780739197134
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This book uses the scene of the throwing of a stone found in five Caribbean novels as a starting point to an examination of the turmoil of history in the Caribbean, the colonial education imposed on native populations, the gendered relations that exist today in the region, and the psychological impact of colonization on Caribbean minds.

American Book Publishing Record

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ISBN : UOM:39015058396691
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Shaping Traditions

Author : Goizueta Folklife Gallery (Atlanta History Museum)
ISBN : 0820321508
Genre : Art
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A complete catalog of the Atlanta History Center’s permanent folk art exhibition, this richly illustrated volume defines and documents the folk arts of the lower southeastern United States. The objects, crafting processes, and performances represented here illustrate the unique qualities of the community-learned traditional arts of the South. John A. Burrison examines a multitude of traditional art forms, many of which still thrive today. Intricately constructed miniatures of covered wagons, sorghum-syrup mills, and pottery workshops speak of a life of subsistence farming. Decorated baskets represent the cultural exchanges of Native Americans, European Americans, and African Americans. Intricate wrought-iron gates, musical instruments, quilts, and such curiosities as face jugs combine beauty and utility--the dual nature of most folk art--with southern flair. An illuminating introduction by Burrison, the curator of the exhibit and an expert folk art collector, presents highlights of his thirty years of research and collecting experience, offering a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the exhibition. A concluding section looks at the adaptations and innovations shaping the future of southern folk arts.

Renaissance Psychologies

Author : Robert Lanier Reid
ISBN : 9781526109194
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A thorough and scholarly study of Spenser and Shakespeare and their contrary artistry, covering themes of theology, psychology, the depictions of passion and intellect, moral counsel, family hierarchy, self-love, temptation, folly, allegory, female heroism, the supernatural and much more. Renaissance psychologies examines the distinct and polarised emphasis of these two towering intellects and writers of the early modern period. It demonstrates how pervasive was the influence of Spenser on Shakespeare, as in the "playful metamorphosis of Gloriana into Titania" in A Midsummer Night's Dream and its return from Spenser's moralizing allegory to the Ovidian spirit of Shakespeare's comedy. It will appeal to students and lecturers in Spenser studies, Renaissance poetry and the wider fields of British literature, social and cultural history, ethics and theology.

The Oxford Encyclopedia Of American Literature

Author : Jay Parini
ISBN : 9780195156539
Genre : Literary Collections
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Alphabetically arranged entries include discussions of individual authors, literary movements, institutions, notable texts, literary developments, themes, ethnic literatures, and "topic" essays.

The Ladies Companion

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ISBN : NYPL:33433081685467
Genre : Women's periodicals, English
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The Publishers Trade List Annual

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ISBN : UOM:39015011431478
Genre : American literature
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