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What Remains by Carole Radziwill

Title What Remains
Author Carole Radziwill
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2007-06-05
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9780743277181
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The author traces her life and marriage to Anthony Radziwill, President Kennedy's nephew, in an account that describes her work as a journalist, her friendship with JFK, Jr., and his wife, and her husband's struggle with terminal cancer.

What Remains by Carole Radziwill

Title What Remains
Author Carole Radziwill
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2007-06-05
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9780743277181
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The author traces her life and marriage to Anthony Radziwill, President Kennedy's nephew, in an account that describes her work as a journalist, her friendship with JFK, Jr., and his wife, and her husband's struggle with terminal cancer.

Strength In What Remains by Tracy Kidder

Title Strength in What Remains
Author Tracy Kidder
Publisher Random House
Release Date 2009-08-25
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 304
ISBN 1588368513
Language English, Spanish, and French
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NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY: Los Angeles Times • San Francisco Chronicle •Chicago Tribune • The Christian Science Monitor • Publishers Weekly In Strength in What Remains, Tracy Kidder gives us the story of one man’s inspiring American journey and of the ordinary people who helped him, providing brilliant testament to the power of second chances. Deo arrives in the United States from Burundi in search of a new life. Having survived a civil war and genocide, he lands at JFK airport with two hundred dollars, no English, and no contacts. He ekes out a precarious existence delivering groceries, living in Central Park, and learning English by reading dictionaries in bookstores. Then Deo begins to meet the strangers who will change his life, pointing him eventually in the direction of Columbia University, medical school, and a life devoted to healing. Kidder breaks new ground in telling this unforgettable story as he travels with Deo back over a turbulent life and shows us what it means to be fully human. BONUS: This edition contains a Strength in What Remains discussion guide. NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • Named one of the Top 10 Nonfiction Books of the year by Time • Named one of the year’s “10 Terrific Reads” by O: The Oprah Magazine “Extraordinarily stirring . . . a miracle of human courage.”—The Washington Post “Absorbing . . . a story about survival, about perseverance and sometimes uncanny luck in the face of hell on earth. . . . It is just as notably about profound human kindness.”—The New York Times “Important and beautiful . . . This book is one you won’t forget.”—Portland Oregonian

What Remains by Sally Mann

Title What Remains
Author Sally Mann
Publisher Bulfinch
Release Date 2003-09-23
Category Photography
Total Pages 132
ISBN 0821228439
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Internationally acclaimed photographer Sally Mann offers a five-part meditation on mortality.

Title What Remains and Other Stories
Author Christa Wolf
Publisher University of Chicago Press
Release Date 1995-12
Category Fiction
Total Pages 295
ISBN 0226904954
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What Remains collects Christa Wolf's short fiction, from early work in the sixties to the widely debated title story, first published in Germany in 1990. Addressing a wide range of topics, from sexual politics to the nature of memory, these powerful and often very personal stories offer a fascinating introduction to Wolf's work. What Remains and Other Stories . . . is clear and farsighted. The eight heartfelt stories in the book show why she has been respected as a serious author since her 1968 novel, The Quest for Christa T. . . . Wolf uses her own experiences and observations to create universal themes about the controls upon human freedom.—Herbert Mitgang, New York Times Christa Wolf has set herself nothing less than the task of exploring what it is to be a conscious human being alive in a moment of history.—Mary Gordon, New York Times Book Review The simultaneous publication of these two volumes offers readers here a generous sampling of the short fiction, speeches and essays that Wolf has produced over the last three decades.—Mark Harman, Boston Globe

What Remains by Sarah E. Wagner

Title What Remains
Author Sarah E. Wagner
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2019
Category History
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9780674988347
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Nearly 1,600 Americans who took part in the Vietnam War are still missing and presumed dead. Sarah Wagner tells the stories of those who mourn and continue to search for them. Today's forensic science can identify remains from mere traces, raising expectations for repatriation and forcing a new reckoning with the toll of America's most fraught war.

What Remains by Philip Leslie

Title What Remains
Author Philip Leslie
Publisher December House
Release Date 2013-09-29
Category Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781909375109
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In 1980 four friends finish their a-levels and set out on a camping trip, a last hurrah before they split up for university, jobs and the real world. Paul, Janet, Nathan and Charlie all have dreams of how their lives will turn out. Paul is off to train as a teacher, Nathan to start work in a bank, Charlie to study archeology and Janet, well Janet's going to be a musician. But Paul has a secret. He's been dabbling in magic, and as the trip tests friendships and tempers begin to flare he casts his spells. Thirty years later nobody's life has turned out the way they planned and the friends have drifted apart. That is, until a drunken phone call sets in motion a chain of events leading Paul to revisit that summer under canvas and confront not just the choices he made but the impact they had. A little magic, it seems, can be a dangerous thing.

What Remains by BJ Muirhead

Title What Remains
Author BJ Muirhead
Publisher Lulu.com
Release Date 2021
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781300094845
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What Remains by Leslie Parke

Title What Remains
Author Leslie Parke
Publisher Lulu.com
Release Date 2011-10
Category Art
Total Pages 42
ISBN 9781105103124
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"What Remains" is a catalog of recent paintings by Leslie Parke for an exhibition at Gremillion and Company, Fine Arts in Houston, Texas. As Parke says, "the more elusive and impossible the image is to paint, the more it interests me. A painting succeeds for me when it seems as though the light is emanating from inside." Leslie Parke is an artist from upstate New York and a recipient of the Esther and Adolph Gottlieb Grant for Individual Support. Her work has been exhibited in museums in the United States, Israel and Argentina, and is in numerous private and corporate collections.

What Remains by Tobie Meyer-Fong

Title What Remains
Author Tobie Meyer-Fong
Publisher Stanford University Press
Release Date 2013-03-27
Category History
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9780804785594
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Taiping Rebellion was one of the costliest civil wars in human history. Many millions of people lost their lives. Yet while the Rebellion has been intensely studied by scholars in China and elsewhere, we still know little of how individuals coped with these cataclysmic events. Drawing upon a rich array of primary sources, What Remains explores the issues that preoccupied Chinese and Western survivors. Individuals, families, and communities grappled with fundamental questions of loyalty and loss as they struggled to rebuild shattered cities, bury the dead, and make sense of the horrors that they had witnessed. Driven by compelling accounts of raw emotion and deep injury, What Remains opens a window to a world described by survivors themselves. This book transforms our understanding of China's 19th century and recontextualizes suffering and loss in China during the 20th century.

What Remains by Nicholas Delbanco

Title What Remains
Author Nicholas Delbanco
Publisher Grand Central Publishing
Release Date 2000-11-06
Category Fiction
Total Pages 132
ISBN 9780759522190
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Told in the alternating voices of a family who moves from London to New York at the end of the Second World War, Nicholas Delbanco's memoiristic novel is a moving story about how a family of immigrants come to terms with life in America. How does a German Jewish family from London blend a past filled with ancestral homes in Germany, relatives fleeing the Nazi regime, and an intellectual life in London with the strange shores of America where they emigrate in order to take advantage of the land of opportunity? How can one balance the romanticism of a native land with a desire to fit in to the new? How can one realize what is lost, and what is gained in the journey from England to America? These are the questions that lie at the heart of "What Remains", a memoiristic novel imbued with both the personal experience and the considerable talent of one of America's finest writers.

Saving What Remains by Livia Bitton-Jackson

Title Saving What Remains
Author Livia Bitton-Jackson
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
Release Date 2009-08-04
Category History
Total Pages 208
ISBN 9781599218366
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A Holocaust survivor's moving account of her return to Europe to disinter her ancestors for reburial in the Holy Land.

What Remains Of Israel by Naphtali Benyamin

Title What Remains of Israel
Author Naphtali Benyamin
Publisher iUniverse
Release Date 2003-12-01
Category History
Total Pages 116
ISBN 9780595296248
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What Remains of Israel is a story about people. Naphtali Benyamin takes a candid look, beyond the nearly daily headlines of terror, into the lives of Israelis from several walks of life. Through the stories of both Jews and Arabs, the impact of the second intifada and its implications for peace in Israel are described in vivid terms. What Remains of Israel touches on the human aspect of a people besieged by the most evil form of terror. It tells their stores, their courage, but, above all, it tells of their hope and their desire for peace. Naphtali Benyamin explains Israel as few have. He argues Jerusalem's place in Islam, questioning its status in classical Islamic history. He explains how the government of Israel is structured and the social tension among Israel's religious, secular and Arab citizens; he examines the intentions of Hamas and presents an example of its negotiating strategy. His work is a careful analysis to describe what remains of Israel. What he found is enlightening.

The Book Of What Remains by Benjamin Alire S‡enz

Title The Book of what Remains
Author Benjamin Alire S‡enz
Publisher Copper Canyon Press
Release Date 2010
Category Poetry
Total Pages 125
ISBN 9781556592973
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Presents a collection of poems focusing on the border between the United States and Mexico.

What Remains Of Heaven by C. S. Harris

Title What Remains of Heaven
Author C. S. Harris
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2009-11-03
Category Fiction
Total Pages 352
ISBN 1101151307
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Sebastian St. Cyr's search for the killer of the controversial Bishop of London leads him from the back alleys of Smithfield to the power corridors of Whitehall to the well-guarded secrets of his own family's past.

Title What Has Passed and what Remains
Author Peter Friederici
Publisher University of Arizona Press
Release Date 2010-05-15
Category History
Total Pages 182
ISBN 0816528667
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Ferrell Secakuku remembers the ancient farming rites of his Hopi people but saw them replaced by a cash economy. Sheep rancher Joe Manterola recalls watching hard scrabble farms on what is now tree-studded grassland on Garland Prairie. Navajo Rose Gishie once saw freshly dug holes fill with clean, drinkable water where none rises today. All over northern Arizona, people have seen the landscapes change, and livelihoods with them. In this remarkable book they share their stories. Thirteen narrativesÑfrom ranchers, foresters, scientists, Native American farmers, and othersÑtell how northern Arizona landscapes and livelihoods reflect rapid social and environmental change. The twentieth century saw huge changes as ArizonaÕs human population swelled and vacation-home developments arose in the backcountry. Riparian areas dried up, cattle ranching declined, and some wildlife species vanished while others thrived. The people whose words are preserved here have watched it all happen. The book is a product of Northern Arizona UniversityÕs Ecological Oral Histories project, which has been collecting remembrances of long-time area residents who have observed changes to the land from the 1930s to the present day. It carves a wide swath, from the Arizona Strip to the Mogollon Rim, from valleys near Prescott to the New Mexico line. It takes readers to the Bar Heart Ranch north of Williams and to the Doy Reidhead Ranch southeast of Holbrook, to the forests of Flagstaff and the mesas of Indian country. Enhanced with more than fifty illustrations, this book brings environmental change down to earth by allowing us to see it through the eyes of those whose lives it has directly touched. What Has Passed and What Remains is a window on the past that carries important lessons for the future.

Title One Hundred Years of Chromosome Research and What Remains to be Learned
Author A. Lima-de-Faria
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date 2013-06-29
Category Science
Total Pages 219
ISBN 9789401701679
Language English, Spanish, and French
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One Hundred Years of Chromosome Research: What Remains to be Learned, offers the reader a critical analysis of the observations and experiments that shaped the last 100 years of chromosome research, as well as the ideas which prevailed during this period. Emphasis is placed on what remains to be learned, particularly in light of reality of the sequencing of DNA which leaves the previous era of chromosome research as a prehistoric event. It is at this turning point, that well formulated questions can be asked about many of the chromosome's properties, which remain to be unveiled. The author, Lima-de-Faria is Professor Emeritus of Molecular Cytogenetics at Lund Unviersity, Sweden, previously Head of the Institute of Molecular Cytogenetics, Lund University.

What Remains by Jonathan Bach

Title What Remains
Author Jonathan Bach
Publisher Columbia University Press
Release Date 2017-08-29
Category Social Science
Total Pages 200
ISBN 9780231544306
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What happens when an entire modern state's material culture becomes abruptly obsolete? How do ordinary people encounter what remains? In this ethnography, Jonathan Bach examines the afterlife of East Germany following the fall of the Berlin Wall, as things and places from that vanished socialist past continue to circulate and shape the politics of memory. What Remains traces the unsettling effects of these unmoored artifacts on the German present, arguing for a rethinking of the role of the everyday as a site of reckoning with difficult pasts. Bach juxtaposes four sites where the stakes of the everyday appear: products commodified as nostalgia, amateur museums dedicated to collecting everyday life under socialism, the "people's palace" that captured the national imagination through its destruction, and the feared and fetishized Berlin Wall. Moving from the local, the intimate, and the small to the national, the impersonal, and the large, this book's interpenetrating chapters show the unexpected social and political force of the ordinary in the production of memory. What Remains offers a unique vantage point on the workings of the everyday in situations of radical discontinuity, contributing to new understandings of postsocialism and the intricate intersection of material remains and memory.

What Remains by Karen Von Hahn

Title What Remains
Author Karen Von Hahn
Publisher House of Anansi
Release Date 2017-04-09
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 352
ISBN 9781487000400
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Being left with a strand of even the highest quality milky-white pearls isn’t quite the same thing as pearls of wisdom to live by, as Karen von Hahn reveals in her memoir about her stylish and captivating mother, Susan — a mercurial, grandiose, Guerlain-and-vodka-soaked narcissist whose search for glamour and fulfillment through the acquisition and collection of beautiful things ultimately proved hollow. A tale of growing up in 1970s and 1980s Toronto in the fabulousness of a bourgeois Jew-ish family that valued panache over pragmatism and making a design statement over substance, von Hahn’s recollections of her dramatic and domineering mother are exemplified by the objects she held most dear: from a strand of prized pearls, to a Venetian mirror worthy of the palace of Versailles, to the silver satin sofas that were the epitome of her signature style. She also describes the misunderstandings and sometimes hurt and pain that come with being raised by her stunning, larger-than-life mother who in many ways embodied the flash-and-glam, high-flying, wealth-accumulating generation that gave birth to our modern-day material culture. Alternating between satire and sadness, von Hahn reconstructs the past through a series of exquisitely impressionistic memories, ultimately questioning the value of the things we hold dear and — after her complicated, yet impossible-to-forget mother is gone — what exactly remains.

What Remains by Dora Osborne

Title What Remains
Author Dora Osborne
Publisher Camden House (NY)
Release Date 2020
Category History
Total Pages 238
ISBN 9781640140523
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

A study of the archival turn in contemporary German memory culture, drawing on recent memorials, documentaries, and prose narratives that engage with the material legacy of National Socialism and the Holocaust.