Best Of Mad Libs

Autor: Roger Price
Publisher: Price Stern Sloan
ISBN: 9780843126983
File Size: 52,74 MB
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"50 years of Mad libs. Over 125 classic Mad lib stories inside. Top celebrities fill in their own wacky Mad libs! Plus, how this famous game got its start!"--Cover.

Knitter S Lib

Autor: Lena Maikon
Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.
ISBN: 9781580086950
File Size: 35,57 MB
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Presents a learn-as-you-go approach to knitting with a collection of twenty original designs for stylish bandanas, shawls, sweaters, and bags.

Adding Lib

Autor: Kathryn Elliott
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press Inc
ISBN: 1628306416
File Size: 18,56 MB
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Libby O'Rourke has a short fuse. Her mother, Mae, carries a big match. Engulfed in the never-ending life-juggling of suburbia, Libby fails to notice Mae's emerging dementia symptoms until a kitchen fire puts the problem on the front burner. Proficient in the art of denial, Mae brushes the shattering diagnosis aside and sets her sights on a matchmaking crusade for her eldest son. After all, if her lucid days are numbered, Mae’s going to make damned sure he makes it down the aisle while she still recognizes the groom. It’s going to take a razor wit and an iron stomach to handle Mae's diagnosis. Thankfully, just like her mother Libby has both.

Ad Lib Mad Libs

Autor: Roger Price
Publisher: Price Stern Sloan
ISBN: 9780843198836
File Size: 36,64 MB
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Ad Lib Mad Libs features 21 brand-new stories that are sure to bring out your inner performer! Whether you love making up hilarious lyrics to songs, telling jokes, or acting out funny scenes, you're sure to get a kick out of the newest Mad Libs.

The Other Women S Lib

Autor: Julia C. Bullock
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
ISBN: 0824833872
File Size: 49,95 MB
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The Other Women s Lib provides the first systematic analysis of Japanese literary feminist discourse of the 1960s a full decade before the women s lib movement emerged in Japan. It highlights the work of three well-known female fiction writers of this generation (Kono Taeko, Takahashi Takako, and Kurahashi Yumiko) for their avant-garde literary challenges to dominant models of femininity. Focusing on four tropes persistently employed by these writers to protest oppressive gender stereotypes the disciplinary masculine gaze, feminist misogyny, odd bodies, and female homoeroticism Julia Bullock brings to the fore their previously unrecognized theoretical contributions to second-wave radical feminist discourse. In all of these narrative strategies, the female body is viewed as both the object and instrument of engendering. Severing the discursive connection between bodily sex and gender is thus a primary objective of the narratives and a necessary first step toward a less restrictive vision of female subjectivity in modern Japan. The Other Women s Lib further demonstrates that this gender trouble was historically embedded in the socioeconomic circumstances of the high-growth economy of the 1960s, when prosperity was underwritten by an increasingly conservative gendered division of labor that sought to confine women within feminine roles. Raised during the war to be good wives and wise mothers yet young enough to take advantage of the opportunities presented to them by Occupation-era reforms, the authors who fueled the 1960s boom in women s literary publication staunchly resisted normative constructions of gender, crafting narratives that exposed or subverted hegemonic discourses of femininity that relegated women to the negative pole of a binary opposition to men. Their fictional heroines are unapologetically bad wives and even worse mothers; they are often wanton, excessive, or selfish and brazenly cynical with regard to traditional love, marriage, and motherhood. The Other Women s Lib affords a cogent and incisive analysis of these texts as feminist philosophy in fictional form, arguing persuasively for the inclusion of such literary feminist discourse in the broader history of Japanese feminist theoretical development. It will be accessible to undergraduate audiences and deeply stimulating to scholars and others interested in gender and culture in postwar Japan, Japanese women writers, or Japanese feminism. "

The Orange Book

Autor: Paul Marshall
Publisher: Profile Books Limited
ISBN: 9781861977977
File Size: 58,24 MB
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In this stimulating collection, the next generation of Liberal Democrat leaders, including MPs and MEPs, proposes a vigorous future for the party and its policies. Up to the minute, original, and persuasively argued, the thinking in this book demonstrates the Liberal Democrats' vitality and social commitment, and gives a valuable insight into how the party will move in the future.

Mlb Mad Libs

Autor: Michael T. Riley
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0451534018
File Size: 12,86 MB
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Take me out to the NOUN with Mad Libs! MLB Mad Libs includes 21 original stories based on the superstars, teams, superstitions, and history of the MLB. It's the perfect between-innings activity for fans of all ages.