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Title Notes from a Child of Paradise
Author Alfred Corn
Publisher Viking Adult
Release Date 1984
Category American poetry
Total Pages 107
ISBN UCAL:B3462620
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Child Of Paradise by Edward Baron Turk

Title Child of Paradise
Author Edward Baron Turk
Publisher Harvard University Press
Release Date 1989
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 495
ISBN 0674114604
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Traces the career of the influential French director and uses psychoanalytical concepts to analyze his major films

Title Explanatory Notes and Remarks on Milton s Paradise Lost
Author Jonathan Richardson
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1734
Category Christian poetry, English
Total Pages 546
ISBN UOM:39015030405818
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Children of Paradise
Author Anonim
Publisher IFF Advisors, LLC
Release Date 2005-06-01
Category Child rearing
Total Pages 275
ISBN 9780976994800
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A comprehensive parenting guide for financially advantaged families. This fresh and updated book offers a clear nine-step program for affluent parents to improve their skills and inspire healthy values in their children. You will learn: How to make the time with your children count. How to motivate your children to develop confidence and competence essential elements of self-esteem. How to listen effectively to your children. How to talk openly and honestly with your children. When to say no and when to create boundaries for your children. How to teach your children the value of money and to prepare them for the responsibilities of wealth. How to create an effective disciplinary plan when problems arise. You will benefit from Dr. Hausners four decades of experience, and you will especially appreciate the humor, clarity, and practical suggestions that will make the challenges of your parenting easier and more effective.

Title Twentieth century American Literature
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1986
Category American literature
Total Pages 86
ISBN UOM:39015013113108
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Children Of Paradise by Laura Secor

Title Children of Paradise
Author Laura Secor
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2016-02-02
Category Political Science
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9780143173083
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Shortlisted for the Lionel Gelber Prize Finalist for the PEN/John Kenneth Galbraith Award for Nonfiction The drama that shaped today's Iran, from the Revolution to the present day In 1979, seemingly overnight, Iran became the first revolutionary theocracy in modern times. Since then, the country has been largely a black box to the West, a sinister presence on the world stage. But inside Iran, a breathtaking drama has unfolded as religious thinkers, political operatives, poets, journalists, and activists have imagined and reimagined what Iran should be. They have drawn as deeply on the traditions of the West as on the East and have acted upon their beliefs with urgency and passion, frequently staking their lives for them. With more than a decade of experience reporting on, researching, and writing about Iran, Laura Secor narrates this unprecedented history as a story of individuals caught up in the slipstream of their time, seizing and wielding ideas powerful enough to shift their country's course as they wrestle with Iran's apparatus of violent repression as well as its rich and often tragic history. Essential reading at this moment when the world has never been more entwined, Children of Paradise will stand as a classic of political reporting, an indelible portrait of a nation and its people striving for change.

Children Of Paradise by Fred D'Aguiar

Title Children of Paradise
Author Fred D'Aguiar
Publisher Harper Collins
Release Date 2014-02-18
Category Fiction
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9780062277343
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Acclaimed novelist, playwright, and poet Fred D’Aguiar has been short-listed for the T.S. Eliot Prize in poetry for Bill of Rights, his narrative poem about the Jonestown massacre, and won the Whitbread First Novel Award for The Longest Memory. In this beautifully imagined work of literary fiction, he returns to the territory of Jim Jones’s utopian commune, interweaving magical realism and shocking history into a resonant story of love, faith, oppression, and sacrifice in which a mother and daughter attempt to break free with the help of an extraordinary gorilla. Joyce and her young daughter, Trina, are members of a utopian community ruled by a magnetic preacher. When Trina, plays too near to the cage holding the commune’s gorilla, Adam, the ape attacks and kills the child. Or so everyone believes. That night, the preacher dramatically “revives” her—an act that transforms Trina into a symbol of its charismatic leader’s God-like power. Desperate to save her daughter from the preacher’s control, the outspoken Joyce attempts a daring escape, a run for freedom aided by another prisoner—the remarkable Adam. Told with a sweeping perspective in lush prose, shimmering with magic, and devastating in its clarity, Children of Paradise is a brilliant and evocative exploration of oppression—of both mind and body—and of the liberating power of storytelling.