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After the Woods

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After the Woods by Kim Savage Book Summary:

"Statistically speaking, girls like me don't come back when guys like Donald Jessup take us." Julia knows she beat the odds. She escaped the kidnapper who hunted her in the woods for two terrifying nights that she can't fully remember. Now it's one year later, and a dead girl turns up in those same woods. The terrible memories resurface, leaving Julia in a stupor at awkward moments-in front of gorgeous Kellan MacDougall, for example. At least Julia's not alone. Her best friend, Liv, was in the woods, too. When Julia got caught, Liv ran away. Is Liv's guilt over leaving Julia the reason she's starving herself? Is hooking up with Shane Cuthbert, an addict with an explosive temper, Liv's way of punishing herself for not having Julia's back? As the devastating truth about Liv becomes clear, Julia realizes the one person she thinks she knows best-Liv-is the person she knows least of all. And that after the woods was just the beginning.

Fifty Years After Bretton Woods: The Future of the IMF and the World Bank: Proceedings of a Conference Held in Madrid, Spain, September 29-30, 1994

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Fifty Years After Bretton Woods: The Future of the IMF and the World Bank: Proceedings of a Conference Held in Madrid, Spain, September 29-30, 1994 by Fonds monétaire international,VÁRIOS AUTORES,James M. Boughton,Banque internationale pour la reconstruction et le développement,International Monetary Fund,World Bank,World Bank Group,International Monetary Fund Staff Book Summary:

This volume, edited by James M. Boughton and K. Sarwar Lateef, contains the proceedings of a conference held in Madrid, Spain, in 1994, by the IMF and the World Bank to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the Bretton Woods conference of July 1944 that created the two institutions. The conference provided a forum for reflection and for reassessing the roles of the institutions as they approach the twenty-first century.

Global Development Fifty Years after Bretton Woods

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Global Development Fifty Years after Bretton Woods by Albert Berry,Roy Culpeper,Frances Stewart Book Summary:

The international economic order created at Bretton Woods in 1944 was not crafted with the developing countries principally in mind. Moreover, the nature of the world community has changed profoundly in the last half-century. The problems and opportunities of developing countries have moved to centre stage in today's global economy. The 16 contributors to this volume examine ways in which the international economic system could be reformed in order better to meet the needs and aspirations of the developing world in the coming decades.

The World Bank since Bretton Woods

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The World Bank since Bretton Woods by Edward S. Mason,Robert E. Asher Book Summary:

This book examines the origins, policies, operations, and impact of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the other members of the World Bank group: the International Finance Corporation, the International Development Association,and the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes.

International Monetary Cooperation Since Bretton Woods

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International Monetary Cooperation Since Bretton Woods by Harold James Book Summary:

This comprehensive history, published jointly by the IMF and Oxford University Press, was written to mark the fiftieth anniversary of international monetary cooperation. From the establishment of the postwar international monetary system in 1944 to how the framework functions in a vastly expanded world economy, historian Harol James describes the tensions, negotiations, challenges, and progress of international monetary cooperation. This narrative offers a global perspective on the events and decisions that have shaped the world economy during the past fifty years.

International Monetary Cooperation Since Bretton Woods

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International Monetary Cooperation Since Bretton Woods by Mr. Harold James Book Summary:

This comprehensive history, published jointly by the IMF and Oxford University Press, was written to mark the fiftieth anniversary of international monetary cooperation. From the establishment of the postwar international monetary system in 1944 to how the framework functions in a vastly expanded world economy, historian Harol James describes the tensions, negotiations, challenges, and progress of international monetary cooperation. This narrative offers a global perspective on the events and decisions that have shaped the world economy during the past fifty years.

Treason

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Treason by Stuart Woods Book Summary:

Stone Barrington takes on a scheming rebel in this latest action-packed thriller from #1 New York Times-bestselling author Stuart Woods. Upon returning to New York City after a whirlwind British excursion, Stone Barrington is notified of a delicate situation within the country's administration. A close friend requires his expertise and subtlety to eradicate a destructive presence in a classified agency--only it soon becomes clear that this renegade was sent by a rival Stone has encountered before. From the City of Light to the rocky Maine coastline, Stone will need to summon all his wit and daring to halt the audacious plots threatening to reveal confidential intel, and catch the evasive traitor at last. This enemy may be equipped with unlimited resources and devious schemes, but if Stone remains vigilant, justice may finally prevail. . . .

Through the Woods

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Through the Woods by Martha Lee Book Summary:

Hattie Ambrose, a solitary woman artist and the main character in through the woods, is searching for an enduring relationship based on trust and mutual respect. She desires a life-enhancing union filled with passion, creativity and adventure. She strives for a meaningful life and work but is constantly confronting loneliness, self-doubt, disappointment and despair. She envisions her life as one of achievement, simplicity and purpose. Her unusual degree of determination propels her forward toward artistic, professional and romantic fulfillment. A recurrent source of tension in the story reverberates between her search for the one great love of her life, embodied in the painter Rex Dravus, and her art, with her all along, that she ultimately realizes may be the greatest passion she will ever know. Her insight, wisdom, patience, and hard won self-knowledge help her to reluctantly acknowledge the man who has loved her passionately throughout their stormy relationship might not be the one with whom she will stay. Throughout the novel Hattie evolves through various stages as she sheds conventional physical, emotional, and artistic restrictions to live her life on her own terms. Yearning to unburden herself of personal and social constraints, she works to unleash the natural, instinctive, free spirit that resides within her. Little by little she struggles to transcend the cumbersome limitations as she moves toward becoming a free, untamable, unique, and arrestingly whole woman. In order to fully develop her artistic vision and follow her creative destiny, she must remain undeterred by any obstacles. She realizes that this includes all personal relationships, at least for the present, especially the demanding one in which she is currently involved. Finally she reaches the painful decision to pursue the fulfillment of her dreams on her own and stay on her charted course. She is alone again with her Art. Her salvation is in knowing that it will always be there to sustain her.

Easy-to-Build Birdhouses

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Easy-to-Build Birdhouses by Charles Self Book Summary:

Illustrated with more than 175 photos, 12 elegant but uncomplicated projects come with diagrams as well as everything you need to know about construction, from dimensions to tools.

The Complete Dictionary of Arts and Sciences

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The Complete Dictionary of Arts and Sciences by Temple Henry Croker Book Summary:

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À la nuit je mens

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À la nuit je mens by Kara Thomas Book Summary:

« Il existe dans ce monde des choses pires que les monstres. Et elles parviennent toujours à me retrouver... » Tessa, dix-sept ans, revient après huit ans d’absence à Fayette, la petite ville de Pennsylvanie où elle a grandi. Elle en est partie quand sa famille a éclaté, après qu’elle et sa meilleure amie Callie ont témoigné contre Wyatt Stokes, le tueur en série surnommé « le Monstre de l’Ohio River ». Mais revenir dans sa ville natale force Tessa à affronter les doutes qu’elle a tus pendant toutes ces années : que s’est-il réellement passé la nuit du dernier meurtre ? En cherchant à répondre à cette question, Tessa va exhumer bien des secrets, sur Callie, sur sa famille et sur les meurtres. Or plus elle se rapproche de la vérité, plus elle se rapproche d’un danger mortel auquel elle ne pourra pas échapper... « Captivant du début à la fin ! » - Victoria Aveyard, auteure de Red Queen « Un thriller psychologique remarquablement construit, un roman fascinant. » - Booklist

Grant Wood

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Grant Wood by R. Tripp Evans Book Summary:

He claimed to be “the plainest kind of fellow you can find. There isn’t a single thing I’ve done, or experienced,” said Grant Wood, “that’s been even the least bit exciting.” Wood was one of America’s most famous regionalist painters; to love his work was the equivalent of loving America itself. In his time, he was an “almost mythical figure,” recognized most supremely for his hard-boiled farm scene, American Gothic, a painting that has come to reflect the essence of America’s traditional values—a simple, decent, homespun tribute to our lost agrarian age. In this major new biography of America’s most acclaimed, and misunderstood, regionalist painter, Grant Wood is revealed to have been anything but plain, or simple . . . R. Tripp Evans reveals the true complexity of the man and the image Wood so carefully constructed of himself. Grant Wood called himself a farmer-painter but farming held little interest for him. He appeared to be a self-taught painter with his scenes of farmlands, farm workers, and folklore but he was classically trained, a sophisticated artist who had studied the Old Masters and Flemish art as well as impressionism. He lived a bohemian life and painted in Paris and Munich in the 1920s, fleeing what H. L. Mencken referred to as “the booboisie” of small-town America. We see Wood as an artist haunted and inspired by the images of childhood; by the complex relationship with his father (stern, pious, the “manliest of men”); with his sister and his beloved mother (Wood shared his studio and sleeping quarters with his mother until her death at seventy-seven; he was forty-four). We see Wood’s homosexuality and how his studied masculinity was a ruse that shaped his work. Here is Wood’s life and work explored more deeply and insightfully than ever before. Drawing on letters, the artist’s unfinished autobiography, his sister’s writings, and many never-before-seen documents, Evans’s book is a dimensional portrait of a deeply complicated artist who became a “National Symbol.” It is as well a portrait of the American art scene at a time when America’s Calvinistic spirit and provincialism saw Europe as decadent and artists were divided between red-blooded patriotic men and “hothouse aesthetes.” Thomas Hart Benton said of Grant Wood: “When this new America looks back for landmarks to help gauge its forward footsteps, it will find a monument standing up in the midst of the wreckage . . . This monument will be made out of Grant Wood’s works.”

Dictionaire Oeconomique, Or, The Family Dictionary

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Dictionaire Oeconomique, Or, The Family Dictionary by Noel Chomel Book Summary:

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Out of the Woods

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Out of the Woods by Bruce Jaqua Book Summary:

All of his father's training couldn't prepare Kevin for this... When a young boy joins his father on his first hunting trip, the rite of passage goes from a dream come true, to an unimaginable nightmare. After begging his father for years, Kevin is finally allowed to take part in the annual event. Although a young boy, Kevin is excited by the idea of losing himself with his father in nature while playing the part of a man. Kevin's father, Bryce, is a former Marine whose tracking skills have allowed him to have many successful excursions. Bryce's ability to find the deer before they find him, when coupled with his extensive outdoorsman survival skills, make him the perfect teacher for the inexperienced but eager Kevin. But even the most experienced hunters can make grave mistakes. When Bryce is seriously injured after an unexpected fall, Kevin must navigate through unfamiliar woods alone, to find not only help, but also the courage to carry on.

Forgotten Foundations of Bretton Woods

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Forgotten Foundations of Bretton Woods by Eric Helleiner Book Summary:

Eric Helleiner's new book provides a powerful corrective to conventional accounts of the negotiations at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, in 1944. These negotiations resulted in the creation of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank—the key international financial institutions of the postwar global economic order. Critics of Bretton Woods have argued that its architects devoted little attention to international development issues or the concerns of poorer countries. On the basis of extensive historical research and access to new archival sources, Helleiner challenges these assumptions, providing a major reinterpretation that will interest all those concerned with the politics and history of the global economy, North-South relations, and international development. The Bretton Woods architects—who included many officials and analysts from poorer regions of the world—discussed innovative proposals that anticipated more contemporary debates about how to reconcile the existing liberal global economic order with the development aspirations of emerging powers such as India, China, and Brazil. Alongside the much-studied Anglo-American relationship was an overlooked but pioneering North-South dialogue. Helleiner’s unconventional history brings to light not only these forgotten foundations of the Bretton Woods system but also their subsequent neglect after World War II.

Native Americans in Sports

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Native Americans in Sports by C. Richard King Book Summary:

Offers full coverage of Native American athletes and athletics from historical, cultual and indigenous perspectives, from before European intervention to the 21st century. There are entries devoted to broader cultural themes, and how these affect and are affected by the sport.

Grant Wood

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Grant Wood by Brady M. Roberts Book Summary:

Grant Wood's (1891-1942) paintings epitomized the Regionalist movement and attracted an immense popular audience. This book, published as the catalog for the traveling exhibit which premiered at the Davenport Museum of Art in Iowa (1995), is richly illustrated with some sixty of Wood's paintings and preparatory studies. The text examines Modernist influences on the artist, specifically in relation to his abstract design principles and the lasting influence of Neo-Impressionism on his painting.By Brady Roberts, James M. Dennis, James Hornes, and Helen Mar Parkin, Davenport Museum of Art. 128 pages, 60 full-color reproductions, 27 black-and-white illustrations, size: 11 x 9. Smythe-sewn paperbound book.