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You Can T Go Home Again by Thomas Wolfe

Title YOU CAN T GO HOME AGAIN
Author Thomas Wolfe
Publisher e-artnow
Release Date 2018-11-02
Category Fiction
Total Pages 639
ISBN 9788027244508
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This eBook edition of "You Can't Go Home Again" has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. George Webber has written a successful novel about his family and hometown. When he returns to that town, he is shaken by the force of outrage and hatred that greets him. Family and lifelong friends feel naked and exposed by what they have seen in his books, and their fury drives him from his home. Outcast, George Webber begins a search for his own identity. It takes him to New York and a hectic social whirl; to Paris with an uninhibited group of expatriates; to Berlin, lying cold and sinister under Hitler's shadow.

You Can Go Home Again by Monica McGoldrick

Title You Can Go Home Again
Author Monica McGoldrick
Publisher W. W. Norton & Company
Release Date 1997-06
Category Family & Relationships
Total Pages 329
ISBN 0393316505
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A family therapist uses the family trees of famous dynasties--such as the Kennedys--to show how behavior repeats itself from one generation to the next and to examine the effects of birth order and other factors

Title You Can Never Go Home Again
Author Dyan Sheldon
Publisher Troll Communications Llc
Release Date 1995-08
Category Divorce
Total Pages 239
ISBN 081673691X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When Angel and her mother move into a cottage on a cliff on Long Island, they find a ghost named BJ, who died during the '50s, already lives there. Part one of two.

Yankee You Can T Go Home Again by John Huff Parker

Title Yankee You Can t Go Home Again
Author John Huff Parker
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1986
Category Americans
Total Pages 101
ISBN UTEXAS:059173018205948
Language English, Spanish, and French
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You Can Go Home Now by Michael Elias

Title You Can Go Home Now
Author Michael Elias
Publisher HarperCollins
Release Date 2020-06-23
Category Fiction
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9780062954183
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In this smart, relevant, unputdownable psychological thriller, a woman cop is on the hunt for a killer while battling violent secrets of her own. “My name is Nina Karim. I am a single thirty-one-year-old woman who likes cats, Ryan Reynolds movies, beautiful sunsets, walking on a wintry beach holding hands with a tall, caring, lightly bearded third-wave feminist. Yeah, right.” Nina is a tough Queens detective with a series of cold case homicides on her desk – men whose widows had the same alibi: they were living in Artemis, a battered women’s shelter, when their husbands were killed. Nina goes undercover into Artemis. Though she is playing the victim, she’s anything but. Nina knows about violence and the bullies who rely on it because she’s experienced it in her own life. In this heart-pounding thriller Nina confronts the violence of her own past in Artemis where she finds solidarity with a community of women who deal with abusive and lethal men in their own way. For the women living in Artemis there is no absolute moral compass, there is the law and there is survival. And, for Nina, who became a cop so she could find the man who murdered her father, there is only revenge.

You Can Go Home Again by Gene Logsdon

Title You Can Go Home Again
Author Gene Logsdon
Publisher Indiana University Press
Release Date 1998
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 204
ISBN 0253334195
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What transpires is a lovely picture of a very American life.

You Can Go Home Again by Johnny Majors

Title You Can Go Home Again
Author Johnny Majors
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1986
Category Football
Total Pages 208
ISBN 0934395284
Language English, Spanish, and French
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You Can Go Home Again by Gene Logsdon

Title You Can Go Home Again
Author Gene Logsdon
Publisher Indiana University Press
Release Date 1998
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 204
ISBN 0253334195
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What transpires is a lovely picture of a very American life.

You Can Go Home Again by Charles Hays

Title You Can Go Home Again
Author Charles Hays
Publisher Trafford Publishing
Release Date 2012-09
Category Fiction
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9781466955981
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book is a work of fiction about a terrible coal mining accident that happened in Hazard, Kentucky during the early 1980's. The date of the accident was about 1982 plus or minus maybe three years. It's hard to pin it down any better than that. But, I can tell you this much, it occurred back when Catherine Bach was playing the role of "Daisy Duke" on a TV show called "The Dukes of Hazzard." What a beautiful woman she was when she walked across my TV screen. Everything about her body was absolutely adorable and, at the time, she just took my breath away. My protagonist in this particular tale is a man by the name of Caleb Baker. He is a Houston widower who has nothing to do since the passing of his wife. His lifelong friend is the Mayor of Hazard, Honorable Herbert Ray Henry who wants him to return to the mountains where he was born and reared. Henry wants it so bad that he has thrown in analytical laboratory and a staff of two talented people. Baker's first case involves a coal mine explosion. So you can go home again.

You Can Go Home Again by Fred “Max” Roberts

Title You Can Go Home Again
Author Fred “Max” Roberts
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date 2008-03-28
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 203
ISBN 9781477162941
Language English, Spanish, and French
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You Can Go Home Again opens with a story of growing up black in the hostile and segregated South, where even at nine years old, Dave already realizes a striking difference between how black and white people are treated. Daves parents are law-abiding citizens and God-fearing Christians, but this is still the era of segregation with its rampant racism, and a time when a black boy faces a dismal future. Determined to beat the odds, Dave holds tight to his dreams even while chafing against his loving but strict upbringing. As soon as hes old enough, he joins the Marines and begins to discover the world. Upon his return from Japan, he moves to Philadelphia and begins to discover life and learns the hard way that dreams dont always come true. You Can Go Home Again, Freds second book, is the prequel to his first book, The Delivery Man.

Title CLASSICS You Can t Go Home Again
Author Thomas Wolfe
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2021
Category North Carolina
Total Pages 86
ISBN LCCN:98008824
Language English, Spanish, and French
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You Can Go Home Again by Patricia Claggett French

Title You Can Go Home Again
Author Patricia Claggett French
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date 2011-02-24
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 249
ISBN 9781456875213
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book is a compilation of stories and lifetime experiences over a seventy-one year period in the author’s life. From World War II through the Space Age: from childhood innocence through the adventures of adulthood. All of this, motivated by her desire for her children, grandchildren, and subsequent generations to see what she has seen, and know her as a person. “I’ve always wished I had asked my grandmothers more questions about their lives. I don’t think I’m unique in that respect,” she says. Its filled with humor, history, and simply the joy of living while striving to become the person you think you were meant to be.

You Can Go Home Again by James F. McGowan

Title You Can Go Home Again
Author James F. McGowan
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2005-08
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 392
ISBN 1413479200
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Alone in the tomb of a hotel room, an empty crack pipe his only company - a flickering image of his great grandmother is part of a prayer that allows the author to escape. Ten months later, six months after his final fall, he lands in the Ireland she left behind and the tale of redemption and deliverance comes pouring out his psyche. Along with the joy and wonder of everyday life in the land of his forefamily we find contemporary politics and sociology, family history, Irish, Church, Alcoholics Anonymous and American history, a dip into Eastern spirituality, but mostly we find a modern story of a soul. We find a prodigal being led back to the ideals with which he was raised via the beatifically effective 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. We also find a 'how to' of taking those open-minded, all-inviting steps to a world being ripped asunder by blind greed and decadence on the left, and religious fanaticism on the right. Take the wild ride this book is. Forgive the incongruity and enjoy the fun. It's only a book, but it's one

Never Go Home Again by Shannon Holmes

Title Never Go Home Again
Author Shannon Holmes
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2004-12-28
Category Fiction
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9781416510000
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Shannon Holmes -- Essence bestselling author of B-More Careful and Bad Girlz, and one of the brightest stars in urban fiction -- returns with a dramatic must-read novel inspired by his own life. Never Go Home Again is the story of Corey Dixon, a young man whose father tries as best he can to steer him away from the lure of the streets. And yet, like so many others in Corey's neighborhood, he finds the temptations of the lucrative drug trade too great to resist. While he makes fast money for a while, it is inevitable that it is he who has to pay, with his time and maybe even his life: by the age of sixteen Corey is locked up. Incarcerated in Riker's Island and then in prisons upstate, Corey lives through experiences that threaten to destroy his body, his mind, and eventually his spirit. But in the midst of his horrific imprisonment he discovers new strength to keep himself together and survive. Corey meets a few kind souls who mean him well, including a teacher who encourages him to get out of prison and make something of himself. The teacher also advises Corey to "never go home again." Though the homesick Corey does not immediately understand, he ultimately realizes the wisdom of his mentor's words. Unflinching and riveting, this story is the firsthand account of the brutal, unforgiving inner-city streets and prison life, as well as a difficult lesson in accepting responsibility and moving on.

I Can Go Home Again by Arthur Gray Powell

Title I Can Go Home Again
Author Arthur Gray Powell
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1984
Category Chattahoochee River Region
Total Pages 308
ISBN UOM:39015017640007
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A progressive Georgia lawyer's memoir of his 30 plus years living in Blakely in Early County.

Going Home Again by Dennis Bock

Title Going Home Again
Author Dennis Bock
Publisher Vintage
Release Date 2013-08-13
Category Fiction
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9780385349697
Language English, Spanish, and French
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After two acclaimed historical novels, one of Canada’s most celebrated young writers now gives us the vibrant, contemporary story of a man studying the suddenly confusing shape his life has taken, and why, and what his responsibilities—as a husband, a father, a brother, and an uncle—truly are. Charlie Bellerose leads a seminomadic existence, traveling widely to manage the language academies he has established in different countries. After separating, somewhat amicably, from his wife, he moves from Madrid back to his native Canada to set up a new school, and for the first time he forges a meaningful relationship with his brother, who’s going through a vicious divorce. Charlie’s able to make a fresh start in Toronto but longs for his twelve-year-old daughter, whom he sees only via Skype and the occasional overseas visit. After a chance encounter with a girlfriend from his university days, a woman now happily married and with children of her own, he works through a series of memories-including a particularly painful one they share-as he reflects on questions of family, home, fatherhood, and love. But two tragic events (one long past, the other very much in the present) finally threaten to destroy everything he's ever believed in. This edition includes a reading group guide.

Title When They Say You Can t Go Home Again what They Mean is You Were Never There
Author Marty McConnell
Publisher Southern Indiana Review Press
Release Date 2018-12
Category
Total Pages 88
ISBN 1930508425
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Poetry. Women's Studies. LGBTQIA Studies. Winner of the 2017 Michael Waters Poetry Prize. What does it mean to be bodied in such a way that one is simultaneously weapon and target? To exist within a species tipping toward extinction? How do we navigate the landscape of our own damage, received and inflicted, in such a way as to move through individual survival and into a common joy? The gift and the trap of the human body and its attachments to this world converge and dissolve in these poems of ecstatic music, animated rage, and wild, generative hope.

Title Notes From a Big Country
Author Bill Bryson
Publisher Anchor Canada
Release Date 2012-05-15
Category Travel
Total Pages 368
ISBN 9780385674522
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When an old friend asked him to write a weekly dispatch from New Hampshire for the Mail on Sunday's Night and Day magazine, Bill Bryson firmly turned him down. So firm was he, in fact, that gathered here are nineteen months' worth of his popular columns about the strangest of phenomena -- the American way of life.Whether discussing the dazzling efficiency of the garbage disposal unit, the mind-boggling plethora of methods by which to shop, the exoticism of having your groceries bagged for you, or the jaw-slackening direness of American TV, Bill Bryson brings his inimitable brand of bemused wit to bear on the world's richest and craziest country. From the Trade Paperback edition.

We Can T Go Home Again by Clarence E. Walker

Title We Can t Go Home Again
Author Clarence E. Walker
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release Date 2001-06-14
Category History
Total Pages 208
ISBN 9780195357301
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Afrocentrism has been a controversial but popular movement in schools and universities across America, as well as in black communities. But in We Can't Go Home Again, historian Clarence E. Walker puts Afrocentrism to the acid test, in a thoughtful, passionate, and often blisteringly funny analysis that melts away the pretensions of this "therapeutic mythology." As expounded by Molefi Kete Asante, Yosef Ben-Jochannan, and others, Afrocentrism encourages black Americans to discard their recent history, with its inescapable white presence, and to embrace instead an empowering vision of their African (specifically Egyptian) ancestors as the source of western civilization. Walker marshals a phalanx of serious scholarship to rout these ideas. He shows, for instance, that ancient Egyptian society was not black but a melange of ethnic groups, and questions whether, in any case, the pharaonic regime offers a model for blacks today, asking "if everybody was a King, who built the pyramids?" But for Walker, Afrocentrism is more than simply bad history--it substitutes a feel-good myth of the past for an attempt to grapple with the problems that still confront blacks in a racist society. The modern American black identity is the product of centuries of real history, as Africans and their descendants created new, hybrid cultures--mixing many African ethnic influences with native and European elements. Afrocentrism replaces this complex history with a dubious claim to distant glory. "Afrocentrism offers not an empowering understanding of black Americans' past," Walker concludes, "but a pastiche of 'alien traditions' held together by simplistic fantasies." More to the point, this specious history denies to black Americans the dignity, and power, that springs from an honest understanding of their real history.