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Twenty-first-century Readings of Tender is the Night

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Twenty-first-century Readings of Tender is the Night by William Blazek,Laura Rattray Book Summary:

F. Scott Fitzgerald's final completed novel, Tender is the Night, published in 1934 but written during the previous decade, is a quintessentially decadent story of Americans abroad in the Jazz Age. In this accessible collection of essays, an impressive congregation of North American and European scholars presents eleven new readings of this widely studied book. The list of noteworthy contributors, including the general editor of the Cambridge Edition of the Works of F. Scott Fitzgerald and the editors of the F. Scott Fitzgerald Review, makes this volume required reading for Fitzgerald scholars and fans.

The Tender Vine (Diamond of the Rockies Book #3)

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The Tender Vine (Diamond of the Rockies Book #3) by Kristen Heitzmann Book Summary:

Aching from the recent loss of a constant companion, Carina DiGratia Shephard longs to return to the shelter of her close-knit family. Her husband, Quillan, is bent on proving his devotion, and they begin the arduous journey to the home of her youth nestled in the vineyards of Sonoma, California. But their arrival at the DiGratia estate is not the joyous occasion they expected. Will a confrontation with the past pull them apart--or will the love they once embraced be reignited?

The Tough and Tender

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The Tough and Tender by Tatay Jobo Elizes Pub,Larry Henares, Jr. Book Summary:

About the book "Tough and Tender" + + + Larry Henares who is an engineer and economist from the prestigious MIT, is also a highly literate man who read a book a day for a period of seven years, and made Hollywood-type home movies of his children (20 years before Bugsy Malone was filmed) that are both profound and child -- like: a story of Man from the beginning to the end of the world (Original Sin) -- invasion from the stars (The Stargazer) with a surprise ending -- a man with eyes in the country of the blind -- and of a fortune-prone man who became the president of the world (Atom the Great, antedating Forrest Gump by almost 40 years}. And he did all these before the Videocam was invented, and using 8 mm Kodachrome with a magnetic sound stripe. As "the star in the theater of my mind," he speaks of being the leading man in Broadway plays, even as he retold his favorite stories from the masters: Oscar Wilde, O Henry, Garcis Marquez and Franz Kafka. And oh, what fun he has with Jesuit priest (a nomad in the desert of his mind), an American Embassy official (a flatfoot fogey with a floo floo) a beautiful dentist digging into his molar, a Press Secretary playing hardball, a businesswoman who looks like Shirley Temple and Mae West, and our own local Sparkle Plenty. And the usual commentary on the contemporary scene, on frats, on India without God, the life styles of the filthy rich and the infamous, Filipina yayas who rock the cradle and rule the world, of the tango of love betrayed, and a moving essay on Vesuvius, Krakatoa, Pinatubo and God in exile. + + TABLE OF CONTENTS + + Foreword by Father James B. Reuter, S.J - p.5 Chapter One: Stories in Our Mind - p.8 1. I am the star in the theater of my mind - p.8 2. The Original Sin: a bad beginning - p.10 3. The Country of the Blind - p.13 4. Atom the Great: (1) The Luck of Alfredo Tomas - p.16 (2) The man who was also God - p.18 (3) The Tragedy of Greatness - p.20 (4) Immortal only in death - p.21 5. The Star Gazer: (1) The Creature from Space - p.23 (2) The Coming of Loki - p.25 (3) The Blinding Blaze of Suns and Stars - p.27 6. The Fable of the Big Bad Fat Vulture - p.29 Chapter Two: Stories retold from the Masters - p.31 7. Oscar Wilde: The Parable of the Happy Prince - p.31 8. Oscar Wilde: The sweetest song ever sung - p.34 9. Oscar Wilde: We are slaves though men call us free - p.36 10. O. Henry: Of Bums and Lovers - p.38 11. O. Henry: The Gift of the Magi - p.40 12. O. Henry: The Last Christmas - p.42 13. Garcia Marquez: Death of a river, a bad dream - p.44 14. Franz Kafka: Before the Law - p.46 15. Franz Kafka: An Imperial Message - p.48 16. The Kafka nightmare of Thelma Condes - p.49 This pit of hell on earth - p.51 17. Breur: The gostak distimms the doshes - p.53 Chapter Three: Personalities - p.55 18. Kinik leads us into a dangerous journey - p.55 Why Kinik Bernas stands on his head - p.57 Kinik: nomad in the desert of his mind - p.59 19. Schrager: Flatfoot Fogey with the Floo Floo - p.61 Schrager got Victoria Middleton pregnant - p.63 Alexander N. was pissed off at Schrager - p.64 20. Serenading beautiful Lucila Bernardo - p.67 21. Playing hardball with Agui and Buddy - p.69 22. Mabuhay si Alex Poyatos, hero! - p.70 23. Town Crier Elena and what Tommy's got - p.73 24. Bring back Cochise for Mother's Day - p.76 25. Dakila Castro is Sparkle Plenty - p.78 26. Colon Cancer: Curse of the Alberts - p.80 27. Neno Abreu: with him died part of our lives - p.83 Chapter Four: Contemporary Scene - p.85 28. Things I'd never have known without walking - p.85 29. Fraternities: bang, bang you're dead - p.88 Frats, PMA: snake pit of sado-masochists - p.91 30. There is no God in India - p.94 (+ 20 more artic

The Composition of Tender is the Night

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The Composition of Tender is the Night by Matthew J. Bruccoli Book Summary:

Working with the complete collection of Tender is the Night manuscripts in the Princeton University Library, Matthew J. Bruccoli reconstructs seventeen drafts and three versions of the novel to answer questions about F. Scott Fitzgerald’s major work that have long puzzled critics of modern literature. In 1934, nine years after the appearance of The Great Gatsby, Fitzgerald permitted publication of Tender is the Night. Disappointed by its critical reception, Fitzgerald suggested that the structure of the novel should be drastically rearranged. In 1951, eleven years after his death, Charles Scribner’s Sons brought out an edition that incorporated Fitzgerald’s changes. Controversy arose over the merits of the two published versions and over the “nine lost years” in Fitzgerald’s life between his two great novels, years of rewriting before publication of Tender is the Night that resulted in six cartons of notes and drafts. After analyzing this wealth of material, Bruccoli reconstructs every working stage in the novel and reaches his own conclusions about which edition is the most valid.

Tender is the Night

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Tender is the Night by F. Scott Fitzgerald Book Summary:

F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote in a friend's copy of Tender Is the Night, "If you liked The Great Gatsby, for God's sake read this. Gatsby was a tour de force but this is a confession of faith." Set in the South of France in the decade after World War I, Tender Is the Night is the story of a brilliant and magnetic psychiatrist named Dick Diver; the bewitching, wealthy, and dangerously unstable mental patient, Nicole, who becomes his wife; and the beautiful, harrowing ten-year pas de deux they act out along the border between sanity and madness. In Tender Is the Night, Fitzgerald deliberately set out to write the most ambitious and far-reaching novel of his career, experimenting radically with narrative conventions of chronology and point of view and drawing on early breakthroughs in psychiatry to enrich his account of the makeup and breakdown of character and culture. Tender Is the Night is also the most intensely, even painfully, autobiographical of Fitzgerald's novels; it smolders with a dark, bitter vitality because it is so utterly true. This account of a caring man who disintegrates under the twin strains of his wife's derangement and a lifestyle that gnaws away at his sense of moral values offers an authorial cri de coeur, while Dick Diver's downward spiral into alcoholic dissolution is an eerie portent of Fitzgerald's own fate. F. Scott Fitzgerald literally put his soul into Tender Is the Night, and the novel's lack of commercial success upon its initial publication in 1934 shattered him. He would die six years later without having published another novel, and without knowing that Tender Is the Night would come to be seen as perhaps its author's most poignant masterpiece. In Mabel Dodge Luhan's words, it raised him to the heights of "a modern Orpheus."

The Tender Trap

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The Tender Trap by Max Shulman,Robert Paul Smith Book Summary:

THE STORY: Charlie Reader is a young bachelor in New York who's living the ideal life. Or so it seems to Joe McCall, an old friend of his from Indianapolis. Charlie has an elegant apartment, a good job, and millions of girls--all eager to bring him

The Tender Husband

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The Tender Husband by Sir Richard Steele Book Summary:

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In Tender Consideration

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In Tender Consideration by Daniel W. Stowell Book Summary:

From debt to divorce, from adultery to slander, cases with women as plaintiffs, defendants, or both appeared regularly on docket books in antebellum Illinois. Nearly one-fifth of Abraham Lincoln's cases involved women as litigants, and during the twenty-five years of his legal career thousands of women appeared in Illinois courts, as litigants, criminal defendants, witnesses, and spectators. Drawing on the rich resources of The Law Practice of Abraham Lincoln: Complete Documentary Edition, a DVD version of Lincoln's complete legal papers, In Tender Consideration scans the full range of family woes that antebellum Americans took to the law. Deserted wives, destitute widows, jilted brides with illegitimate children, and slandered women brought their cases before the courts, often receiving a surprising degree of sympathy and support. Through the stories of dozens of individuals who took legal action to obtain a divorce, contest a will, prosecute a rapist, or assert rights to family property, this volume illuminates the legal status of women and children in Illinois and their experiences with the law in action. to inheritance, custody, and other types of cases involving children or their interests. These cases also highlight Lincoln's life in law, placing him more clearly within the context of the legal culture in which he lived and raising intriguing questions about the influence of his legal life on his subsequent political one.

Tender Offer Practices and Corporate Director Responsibilities

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Tender Offer Practices and Corporate Director Responsibilities by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Book Summary:

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Tender Violence

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Tender Violence by Laura Wexler Book Summary:

Examines the work of such female photojournalists as Alice Austen, Jessie Tarbox Beals, and Frances Benjamin Johnston, arguing that they produced images that helped to reinforce the imperialistic ideals that were forming at the beginning of the 20th century.

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Tender by Toi Derricotte Book Summary:

Toi Derricotte’s fourth collection of poetry. Tender probes sexuality, spirituality, emotion, child abuse, mother hatred, and the physical and psychological ravages of violence. These poems are raw and upsetting in subject matter, yet extremely readable.

Tender Nightmare

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Tender Nightmare by Ray E. Spencer Book Summary:

The Tender and Playlen families were just two of many trying to carve out calm and fruitful existences in a nice place...But death, evil death, came as powerful opponent: The horror and mystery begins when some of the local residents start to turn up dead. The suspects are varied: the suspicious are all present or past employees of Lakeside Elementary School in Saint Petersburg, a small resort town in west central Florida. The story takes place nine years after the end of one of the deadliest wars in history: World War II. The personal problem for Tim and Todd Tender--fraternal twins--develops when their two best friends, Dink and Link Playlen--identical twins--are kidnapped. Both sets of brothers, precocious to say the least, had recently started their sixth-grade, big-shot year at Lakeside. Because of an extremely incompetent sheriff and his under-sheriff (the only law in the tiny town), the Tenders, with the aid of an Annie Oakley-wannabe teacher, are left to rescue their buddies before they become additional deadly scenes in the community's nightmare...

Love Me Tender

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Love Me Tender by Max Cryer Book Summary:

Some of the world’s best-loved songs have had remarkable origins. Had Robert Burns not heard an old man sing a quavering version of an ancient Scottish country song, we would never have had ‘Auld Lang Syne’. Miss Jane Ross wrote down the tune she heard played by a piper at an Irish village fair in 1855. Had she not done so, the rest of the world would not have heard ‘Danny Boy’. Marie Antoinette heard a peasant nurse sing an obscure lullaby to her princely son. The empress’s unexpected promotion of the song resulted in its now being listed by The Guinness Book of Records as one of the three most familiar songs in the world.Love Me Tender tells the remarkable stories behind 40 popular and traditional songs. Some evolved from folksongs, some are from musical theatre, while others hit the mark because a particular recording appeared at just the right time. In some cases, one word made all the difference: Paul McCartney composed a tune but could only think of the words ‘scrambled eggs’ to fit it, but fortunately he later came up with the perfect solution – ‘Yesterday’. In a book full of surprises and curiosities, Max Cryer reveals stories from all around the world, and from artists as diverse as Marlene Dietrich, Bing Crosby, Judy Garland and Elton John. This truly fascinating book makes enthralling reading.

Tender Agencies

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Tender Agencies by Dennis Denisoff Book Summary:

Tender Agencies explores the ephemeral yet tangible presence of language in our lives, and the manipulation of language and meaning; chaotic, confrontational, and laced with black humour.

Invisible Tender

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Invisible Tender by Jennifer Clarvoe Book Summary:

Jennifer Clarvoe's Invisible Tender is the first winner of the annual Poets Out Loud Prize for a book of poetry published each year by Fordham University Press in coordination with Fordham's Poets Out Loud program. Poet J.D. McClatchy, the judge for the 1999 Prize, chose Invisible Tender from among nearly 500 manuscripts entered by poets from around the world. His introduction is included in the volume. The poems collected in Invisible Tender chart the terrains of childhood recollection and adult loss, of meditation and celebration. Intensely lyrical, both employing and altering traditional poetic meters and forms, Clarvoe's poems are rich in philosophical reflection in subjects ranging from art and, popular culture to the elusive languages of the natural world.

Tender Buttons

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Tender Buttons by Gertrude Stein Book Summary:

This 1915 work exhibits the distinct prose style and thought-provoking experimental techniques for which its author is famous. One of Stein's most accessible and influential works.

Tough But Tender

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Tough But Tender by Lindley Joseph Stiles Book Summary:

One reviewer wrote, "I couldn't put the book down. I kept thinking, 'You go Girl' as the heroine took on one challenge after another." "Tough But Tender is a great read for all women and girls interest rested in adventure and leadership" was the comment of another. They were talking about the story of a young girl whose father wanted her to be born a boy. He called her Frances and taught her to be tough like a boy. Every thing cowboys on his cattle ranch knew how to do she, under his tutelage, could do better. But her mother insisted that she be sent back East, to Radcliff College, to learn to be a lady as well as a cowgirl, to be tender as well as tough. Four years later, as she stood in the graduating line she kept rehearsing her valedictorian remarks "Ladies our centuries of servitude are over. No longer will we choose only nursing and teaching as careers--worthy as those professions are. Nor will we be limited to being secretaries in the office and mothers in the home. We will walk abreast or ahead of men, not behind them. We will be the company Presidents of the future. Our husbands will work for us." As the story of Tough But Tender unfolds, she was challenged to make her prediction a reality in her own life. Frances dealt with one challenge after another: her minister refusing to preside over her parents' funeral because she had committed what he said was a sin by having their bodies cremated, her catching the murderers, the attempted foreclosure by the bank by refusing to honor her father's loans because she was a woman, the refusal of the cowhands to work for a woman, and an attempt to rustle her cattle and burn down the ranch house, a cross burning by the Klu Klux Klan to protest her hiring Mexican cowboys. The panic in the cattle business; the depression in the community, and her love life with a Spanish boyfriend whom she had known as a child. It all makes a story that one reviewer said is a real "page turner".

Tender Duty

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Tender Duty by Neil G. Carey Book Summary:

USS Daniels, a crowded destroyer tender is anchored in New Guinea when the main characters, Ensigns Renton and York, report for duty. Captain Ball, was a submarine officer. The executive officer, Commander Riley, was recalled for his second war. Lieutenant Commander Cass, the remarkably able Repair Officer, supervises artisans working three shifts every day -- assisted by civilian technicians -- repairing destroyers and other vessels. Chief Quartermaster Thornhill, an Asiatic Fleet "retread", often spins lusty stories of the Asiatic Fleet and tells of a storm in 1933 when USS Rampo measured and reported a wave 112 feet high. Liberty is rare. Morale is low. The captain delays the nightly movies while entertaining a nurse. Junior officers search for a still. Mail is censored. Christmas mail is torpedoed. Ensign York finds a floating body. New Year's Eve is observed by shooting at unidentified planes and wounding the gunnery officer; a destroyer drops an enemy plane. Daniels convoys Army ships to the Philippines where Captain Ball and Chief Steward Tomales go ashore. The crew's anticipated liberty is denied. Chief Tomales tells of his families suffering under Japanese occupation. Daniels rescues downed fliers while sheparding a convoy to Subic Bay where damaged ships await repair. Supervised recreation parties are allowed on a deserted island. For a few hours Ens. Renton is the happy owner of a monkey. Aboard a PT Boat, Ensigns York and Renton dart among 80 torpedoed Japanese ships and roam recently liberated Manila. A Japanese vessel, disguised as a hospital ship, but filled with able troops is brought into port, and the ensigns go board. The assistant gunnery officer plays cowboy with his .45. An all-girl orchestra entertains Daniels and her nest of destroyers. Commander Riley orders Ensign York to escort the ladies and chaplain ashore and "shoot the chaplain if he starts any funny business."

Tender Headed

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Tender Headed by Takesha Powell Book Summary:

"This book is one all poetry lovers should get their hands on. It sets you free to hear a writer speak with such clarity that the words seem to jump off the page." -Tina Kohl Author of My Poetic Voices Poetry released in such an emotional and powerful way is a direct link to reach the market. African-Americans have always been at the forefront of the spoken word explosion. But Tender Headed makes it known that poetry is a real force to be dealt with. With words that seem to explode off the page about everything from sex to marriage to racial prejudice, this book seems to conquer it all. Tender Headed is the kind of poetry one reads when there is a need to be uplifted, entertained and educated.

Tender Journey

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Tender Journey by James P. Gills Book Summary:

Follow the life of Michael Nastasis and his family. Michael faces challenges not only in his marriage but also with a son suffering from an incurable disease and a daughter who is rebelling against the family. In the midst of his problems, Michael meets a family that brings back a legacy of his former mentor Caleb. From hostility to grace, this story of redemption will revive your heart and give you rays of hope.

Tender Graces

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Tender Graces by Kathryn Magendie Book Summary:

Book one in The Graces saga, following the emotional journey of a woman attempting to resolve the damage of her childhood with a loving but alcoholic father and a beautiful, selfish, often heartbreakingly self-deluding mother. Gorgeous lyrical storytelling and poignant human insights. By acclaimed poet and short story author Kathryn Magendie.

The Tender Mercy of Roses

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The Tender Mercy of Roses by Anna Michaels Book Summary:

The ghost of a murdered cowgirl guides her grief-stricken father and a disgraced former detective into an unlikely partnership to find her killer, a pursuit that unleashes intense emotions and dark family secrets. A first novel. 50,000 first printing.

Tender Is the Night and F. Scott Fitzgerald's Sentimental Identities

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Tender Is the Night and F. Scott Fitzgerald's Sentimental Identities by Christian K. Messenger Book Summary:

Tender Is the Night” and F. Scott Fitzgerald's Sentimental Identities is a major examination of Fitzgerald's 1934 masterpiece as the clearest exemplar of Fitzgerald's sentimentalism, a mode that shaped his distinctive blend of romance and realism throughout his career.

The Spring Tender

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The Spring Tender by Catherine M. Feldman Book Summary:

A reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle is returning to Montana in a blizzard out of Salt Lake City, and more turbulence over mountains of the West, to be at the bedside of her beloved grandmother, Rebecca, who is dying. Valerie (Val) Dorothy DLacey, relying on little sleeper pills, as she calls them, to get her through her depression, and double whiskies with beer to sustain her throughout the ordeal of the flight, threads her way into the Logan Airfield terminal in Billings, Montana. She stumbles to a bar where she waits for her mischievous childhood friend, Tomas Damon. He will take her to see her grandmother, Rebecca Egan, who is at deaths door. Val, we discover, is three-months pregnant with her married lovers child. Tomas Damon, her friend since their high school days, brings her up-to-date on events in the town of Plains where they grew up together. He mentions the Spring Tender, a mythical character who chooses likable people to succeed in Montana, while gravely informing her that her grandmother, Rebecca, is not going to live. He drives her to see her grandmother, with the hope that she will arrive in time. Vals grandmother is in a coma and dies. A very sad Val returns to San Francisco - but with the deed to her grandmothers ranch and a journal/story that her grandmother wrote for her. Her grandmothers story and deep love for Montana give Val something that only a Spring Tender could have imagined. Clear, flowing water for her parched spirit. The Spring Tender is an unusual love story, flowing from the western prairie where the author, born in 1916, received her love for Montana from her own parents who homesteaded on that prairie, where she also grew up.

The Tender Ship

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The Tender Ship by SQUIRES Book Summary:

Unsurprisingly, Arthur Squires presents us with a remarkable book. Unsurprisingly because this is a remarkable man - accomplished engineer, gifted musician, sensitive humanist, talented teacher, analytical observer, felicitous writer - altogether a man with the kind of breadth and depth that we rarely produce these days, and even more rarely tolerate in an age that worships specialization. Professor Squires has done a great many things in his life and has thought deeply about his experiences. The book that follows radiates not only that ongoing process of reflection, but also a dazzling range of reading and a lifetime of conversations with colleagues and bosses, mentors and students, wise men and fools. What he has produced is that rare specimen indeed - a book that is a pleasure to read and that needs to be read by every informed citizen. The Tender Ship focuses on the intersection of the most vital questions that confront American society - or indeed any modern, industrial society, however defined. No historical example exists of a society that has reached such a status without creating bureaucracies to manage its public and private sectors. Maintenance of national well-being depends, at least in part, on a nation's ability to generate and adopt the technology necessary to maintain economic competitiveness and, in the case of the United States, a credible force with which to defend ourselves and our allies.

Legally Tender

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Legally Tender by Michele Dunaway Book Summary:

Her Crime Guilt ridden after a failed marriage and trying to make things up to her daughter, Christina Jones joins a small-town law practice, hoping a fresh start will put her career and their life back on track…. The Punishment Saying no to personal entanglements is a big part of her self-imposed sentence, especially since her marriage went so wrong. Although she's tempted when a volunteer fireman saves her from what might have been a very embarrassing scene in front of the whole town… His Appeal But the volunteer firefighter, Bruce Lancaster, is actually the lawyer she'll be working with—and judging by the evidence, he thinks her punishment is too severe. Now he's on the case himself—and he makes ^ a very persuasive counsel for the defense! j

Tender Triumph

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Tender Triumph by Judith McNaught Book Summary:

Submerging her painful past in a promising career, beautiful but wary Katie Connelly keeps all men at a distance, until she meets the courtly and passionate Ramon Galverra. Reissue.

Tender Persuasion

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Tender Persuasion by Barbara Johannsen Book Summary:

When Ronda Miller agrees to pet sit for her Aunt Claire, she has no idea that her auntês handsome neighbor, Nick Austin, will be at her disposal. Ronda has her own set of rules to live by and they donêt include a handsome fireman with a ready smile and an antique truck. But Nick is persistent. Heês always around to helpãwhen he isnêt rushing into burning buildings and rescuing people. Is it too late for Ronda to change her life? Can she get beyond the self-imposed rules she has set for herself and fall under Nickês Tender Persuasion?

Tender Lies

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Tender Lies by Nancy Gilsenan Book Summary:

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Tender Moments

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Tender Moments by Lindsay Forester-Cyr Book Summary:

Did you ever have someone in your life who made a negative impact on you? What about the person who made a positive impact and changed your life completely? This book helps guide parents, grandparents, teachers, and anyone who interacts with children how to leave a positive impact on their lives. You can help raise a child with Christian values, combining a healthy balance of being strict and giving them freedom. Throughout my teaching experiences, I have had many parents ask advice on how to handle certain situations. Most of the same questions came from many different parents, so those questions are all answered in this book to help those who desire it. I encourage parents-to-be, or those who desire to be parents in the future, to read this book and get a head start!

Tender Love

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Tender Love by Evie White Book Summary:

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Tender Hooks

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Tender Hooks by Moni Mohsin Book Summary:

After freeing her darling son, Jonkers, from the clutches of his low class, slutty secretary, Aunty Pussy has charged Butterfly with finding him a new wife—a rich, fair, beautiful, old family type. Quickly. But who wants to marry poor, plain, die-vorced Jonkers? As Butterfly schemes her way through shaadis, GTs (oho baba, Get Togethers!), and kitty parties trying to find a suitable girl from the right bagground, she discovers to her dismay that her hapless cousin has his own ideas about his perfect mate. And secretly she may even agree! Full of wit and wickedness, Tender Hooks is another delightful romp through Pakistani high society from the bestselling author of The Diary of a Social Butterfly.

Legal Tender

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Legal Tender by John Griffith Urang Book Summary:

Through close readings of a diverse selection of films and novels from the former GDR, Urang offers an eye-opening account of the ideological stakes of love stories in East German culture. --R.C. Conard "Choice"

Tender Years

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Tender Years by David D. Yun Book Summary:

Tender Years is the touching story of a boy named Eumu, who was born to a Korean family in Osaka, Japan, during World War II. When his mother dies of TB when he is less than three years old, his grandmother abducts him, taking him to a remote Korean village. His grandmother's unconditional love helps Eumu live without a mother or father, but ten years later, he is returned to his father in Tokyo. Eumu feels as though he is waking up from a dream never ending, and entering into another dream. The little boy Eumu is in fact a mystery, even to the author. The mystery has to do with the existential dilemma the boy is faced with growing up in a place where he might have believed that the rest of the world was nonexistent. As if in the dream of an existence without shame, everything Eumu did for himself or for others was known to everyone but himself, yet the boy is very confused. His eventual conversations with his father point to the repression Eumu has hidden, as well as his desire to free himself from the repressed life he has led.Tender Years offers philosophical insight into the post-war years in Asia, where the collective and the individual engage a perennial struggle for survival. About the Author: Dr. David D. Yun grew up in South Korea until he was 13 years old. He taught physics at universities in the U.S., and now lives in Bangkok, Thailand. He is writing his next book. Publisher's website: http: //SBPRA.com/DavidDYu

Tender Moments

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Tender Moments by Felicia Starr Book Summary:

Sensuous poetic verse. Includes sensuous images of the author. A great read to help jump-start romantic moments. Full color.

Tender Hearts

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Tender Hearts by Gail R. Delaney Book Summary:

What was the song the kids sang in school? First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes baby in the baby carriage. Not quite. First comes three hot days in Maui, then comes the surprise baby, then comes... love? Yeah. The kind of love that sneaks up on you, like a sudden rainstorm, that you don't know is coming until you're soaked to the skin. What will it take for Billy and Erin to take the chance and admit their love? When tragedy strikes, they have to find strength in each other... for the love of their child.

Tender Grapes

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Tender Grapes by George Lowe Book Summary:

This is the story of the year 1998 in the Solari family vineyard at Bennett Lane near Calistoga: How the grapes were grown, the problems that time and nature threw in their way. The harvest, the fruit, the family. You will remember this book every time you drink a glass of wine.

Tender Loving Care

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Tender Loving Care by Vickie Donoghue Book Summary:

My brother's trying to win the war. He's fighting. We should be fighting. I'm brilliant at fighting. June 5, 1944, Southsea Beach. A girl named Poppy stands on the precipice of history. Tomorrow is the biggest day of her life: D-Day. Along with her friend Evie, Poppy finds herself volunteering in a Southsea hospital, preparing for the arrival of casualties of the D-Day landings. Poppy has always wanted to be a war hero, but instead finds herself being asked to do the unthinkable – provide a German prisoner of war with compassionate and tender care. A beautifully written play about the role of women on the Home Front during the Second World War, Tender Loving Care premiered at the Square Tower Portsmouth in June 2014, in a production by The New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth.

On Tender Hooks

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On Tender Hooks by N.A Book Summary:

Isabel Samaras's quirky, sexy, pop-surrealist art has had a cult following for years and now at long last her first monograph, On Tender Hooks, is here. Drawing her influence from classic TV shows and paintings by the Old Masters—for example riffing on Gricault's Raft of the Medusa by replacing the figures with characters from Gilligan's Island—Samaras has created a witty, erotic, and surreal body of work. This fresh and dazzling volume includes a three-way interview between Samaras and fellow low-brow artists Shag and The Pizz, as well as delightful and enlightening commentary from gallerist Justin Giarla and art writer Colin Berry, and an erotic short story by Lucy Blue.