1 edition of Women in shadows found in the catalog.
Women in shadows
by National Committee Concerned with Asian Wives of U.S. Servicemen in LaJolla, Calif. (964 LaJolla Rancho Rd., LaJolla 92037)
Written in English
|Statement||contributing authors, Bok-Lim C. Kim ... [et al.] ; contributing editor, Michael Sawdey.|
|Contributions||Kim, Bok-Lim C., 1930-, Sawdey, Michael R.|
|LC Classifications||HV1445 .W66 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||114 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||82190562|
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“Woman in the Shadows” by Jane Thynne is the third book in the Clara Vine Series that I have read. Jane Thynne has become one of my very favorite authors.
Not only is her subject matter one that I love to read about, but her style of writing keeps me coming back for more. I am so glad that she is expanding this series to five books/5(). Second books in a series are difficult.
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The first section of the book profiles women who failed to make the cut; as well as the four women who have been appointed including Sandra Day O'Conner who received the initial appointment in ending the drought.4/4(2).
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From the author of the acclaimed Torregreca comes this evocation of the women of southern Italy--that land below Naples etched in blazing sunlight and bitter black shadows--and the passionate, painful, ribald, heart-rending, heroic existence the land has forced upon them.4/5.
Mystery bookstore owner Samantha Kinsey and her secretive friend and store manager, Philby are thrust into the murderous world of international espionage. Stars. With haunting photographs and piercing descriptions, Women of the Shadows depicts the secluded women of southern Italy and their passionate, painful, heartrending existence.
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It is a "must-read" recommendation for learning about women shortlisted for SCOTUS since the s. Ann Bannon is the author of five books: Odd Girl Out (), I Am a Woman (), Women in the Shadows (), Journey to a Woman (), and Beebo Brinker (). At the time the books were published Bannon was a twenty-something wife and mother who wrote during her spare-time.
About Woman in the Shadows. Perfect for fans of Kristin Hannah’s The Nightingale and Jacqueline Winspear’s Journey to Munich, here is the next exciting historical novel featuring Clara Vine, the actress and British spy in prewar Germany who maneuvers through the treacherous Nazi society gathering intelligence—and discovering a deadly secret.
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Goodlander has produced a short, though substantial, work that is unique in approach, interpretation, and content, enhanced by her own immersion experience.”. The groundbreaking book Emerging from the Shadows; A Survey of Women Artists Working in California, reveals, in a highly visual presentation, the careers of women artists.
Its scope of examination covers years of artistic output by these remarkable women showing examples of the work they created in California and throughout the world. Flowering in the Shadows: Women in the History of Chinese and Japanese Painting Marsha Smith Weidner University of Hawaii Press, Jan 1, - Art - pages.
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From Out of the Shadows book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. For centuries, Mexican-American women have been creative, in /5(5).Other articles where The Woman Who Owned the Shadows is discussed: Paula Gunn Allen: Her first novel, The Woman Who Owned the Shadows (), weaves traditional tribal songs, rituals, and legends into the story of a woman of mixed heritage whose struggle for survival is aided by Spider Grandmother, a figure from ancient tribal mythology.
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