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📒Between You Me And The Gatepost ✍ Clarence Alston
📝Between You Me and the Gatepost Book Synopsis : Between You, Me and the Gatepost is a coming of age story. It chronicles the early life of Eugene Cannon. He is a boy growing up among the remnants of Jim Crow in the late 1950s and the dawning of the sexual revolution in the 1960s. He is catapulted between contrasting worlds of the ambivalent South and the socially ambitious North. Eugene struggles to establish his own beliefs between these extremes. The violent loss of his mother stimulates the swaying of the pendulum in his precarious existence. His confl icts are emotional and psychological. Uncouth role models infl uence unhealthy resolutions which fail to satisfy his young mind; a mind where decisions are dictated by passion rather than reason. Eugene matriculates through high school preparing for college as a teenage father. His survival is uncertain and his potential for genuine affection is damaged. If he retreats into one of his myriad facades he could disappear for ever. No one has been privy to his authentic mind. When the truth is revealed it will be among his most intimate companions.
📒Between You And Me ✍ Emma McLaughlin
📝Between You and Me Book Synopsis : Reunited with her cousin Kelsey when a job offer returns her to the home of her unhappy childhood in Oklahoma, Logan risks everything to secure her cousin's happiness while Kelsey's celebrity and controlling parents threaten her efforts to live a normal life. By the authors of The Nanny Diaries. Reprint. 150,000 first printing.
📒Just Between You Me And The Fence Post ✍ Roger P. Setterdahl
📝Just Between You Me and the Fence Post Book Synopsis : Be Honest! Are you: Afraid of God or A Friend of God? Consider reading "Just Between You, Me, and the Fence Post"- a refreshing perspective about God.
📒Between You And Me ✍ Kirsty Scott
📝Between You and Me Book Synopsis : Back when they were young, Cate and Margie's friendship meant the world to them. But now they're worlds apart. Cate's living in Scotland with her gorgeous husband Dan and their perfect children: her life apparently a textbook example of domestic bliss. Margie, meanwhile, is a vision of career success. Her on-off boyfriend is a dashing war correspondent and her own job, as a highly-paid television executive, is exciting and demanding. To anyone looking in, her life is enviable. Then a school reunion brings them back together and it will be just in time. As their lives start spinning in unexpected new directions, having a best friend once more might be exactly what both women need...
📒Between You Me The Irish Sea ✍ Emma Elizabeth Threlfall
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📒Between You And Me ✍ Julia Clarke
📝Between You and Me Book Synopsis : Jade has always felt secure and loved - by her doting parents and her best friend, Jack, who everyone assumes she'll marry one day. But things start to go wrong when Jade feels that her parents and Jack are keeping secrets from her. The secrets turn out to be painful ones - her dad is not her real father, and Jack cannot love her as more than a friend because he's gay - but the strength of their relationships help them all to come through these revelations and reach a happy, life-affirming ending.
📒Between You Me Confessions Of A Comma Queen ✍ Mary Norris
📝Between You Me Confessions of a Comma Queen Book Synopsis : "Hilarious…This book charmed my socks off." —Patricia O’Conner, New York Times Book Review Mary Norris has spent more than three decades working in The New Yorker’s renowned copy department, helping to maintain its celebrated high standards. In Between You & Me, she brings her vast experience with grammar and usage, her good cheer and irreverence, and her finely sharpened pencils to help the rest of us in a boisterous language book as full of life as it is of practical advice. Named a Best Book of the Year by NPR, Amazon, Wall Street Journal, Publishers Weekly, Kirkus, and Library Journal.
📒Between You And Me ✍ Atul Khanna
📝Between You and Me Book Synopsis : A young soul trapped in an old body. A ticking clock slower than time. Can this be the ironic destiny of 600 million bright and young? In India alone? Are we free and yet trapped? Free and Trapped is a conversation that makes the reader ponder about the much-needed transformational changes for the twenty-first century. Why should we get up to act only when we are pushed to the corner? After all, a stitch in time saves nine. Could it be that the radars of economic thinking, administration, social and political constitutions (the way democracy and adult franchise are constructed) were all ideated and executed for another era? Will tinkering with them help or are fresh ideas needed? Encompassing an extensive discussion and analysis of what comprises our society-government, economy, education, healthcare, science, technology and so on-this book allows the reader a holistic view and helps in deriving solution-oriented ideas for a new societal design and structure which will ensure a thriving democracy. It presents the hope and aspiration of an ancient society that wants to break through the colonial legacy and land safely into the future. It is a gripping petition with operating models for redefining the citizen's role-from the audience to hero-which, if implemented, would bring societal moksha of peace, power and prosperity.
📒Between You And Me ✍ Gavin Butt
📝Between You and Me Book Synopsis : In the decades preceding the Stonewall riots—in the wake of the 1948 publication of Alfred Kinsey’s controversial report on male sexuality and in the midst of a cold war culture of suspicion and paranoia—discussions of homosexuality within the New York art world necessarily circulated via gossip and rumor. Between You and Me explores this informal, everyday talk and how it shaped artists’ lives, their work, and its reception. Revealing the “trivial” and “unserious” aspects of the postwar art scene as key to understanding queer subjectivity, Gavin Butt argues for a richer, more expansive concept of historical evidence, one that supplements the verifiable facts of traditional historical narrative with the gossipy fictions of sexual curiosity. Focusing on the period from 1948 to 1963, Butt draws on the accusations and denials of homosexuality that appeared in the popular press, on early homophile publications such as One and the Mattachine Review, and on biographies, autobiographies, and interviews. In a stunning exposition of Larry Rivers’s work, he shows how Rivers incorporated gossip into his paintings, just as his friend and lover Frank O’Hara worked it into his poetry. He describes how the stories about Andy Warhol being too “swish” to be taken seriously as an artist changed following his breakthrough success, reconstructing him as an asexual dandy. Butt also speculates on the meanings surrounding a MoMA curator’s refusal in 1958 to buy Jasper Johns’s Target with Plaster Casts on the grounds that it was too scandalous for the museum to acquire. Between You and Me sheds new light on a pivotal moment in American cultural production as it signals new directions for art history.
📒The Difference Between You And Me ✍ Madeleine George
📝The Difference Between You and Me Book Synopsis : "Sweet, tender, and true!" - Laurie Halse Anderson Jesse cuts her own hair with a Swiss Army knife. She wears big green fisherman's boots. She's the founding (and only) member of NOLAW, the National Organization to Liberate All Weirdos. Emily wears sweaters with faux pearl buttons. She's vice president of the student council. She has a boyfriend. These two girls have nothing in common, except the passionate "private time" they share every Tuesday afternoon. Jesse wishes their relationship could be out in the open, but Emily feels she has too much to lose. When they find themselves on opposite sides of a heated school conflict, they each have to decide what's more important: what you believe in, or the one you love?