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Closely Watched Trains

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Closely Watched Trains by Bohumil Hrabal Book Resume:

Hrabal's postwar classic about a young man's coming of age in German-occupied Czechoslovakia is among his most beloved and accessible works. Closely Watched Trains is the subtle and poetic portrait of Milos Hrma, a timid young railroad apprentice who insulates himself with fantasy against a reality filled with cruelty and grief. Day after day as he watches trains fly by, he torments himself with the suspicion that he himself is being watched and with fears of impotency. Hrma finally affirms his manhood and, with a sense of peace and purpose he has never known before, heroically confronts a trainload of Nazis.

while shepards watched

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Watched by David Paul Folyant Book Resume:

"Watched" contains a collection of poems that dives into the "Big Brother" ethos of the 21st century. Folyant expertly captures the spirit of fear that results from such an environment.

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Watched by Sharde Richardson Book Resume:

This world is full of coincidence... I said it was full of pervs with a boner for pubescent kids, murderers lurking in the shadows, and God-awful things I didn't care to think about. God. I didn't know if I qualified to say that anymore. How did things get so out of control, so messy? I was normal, once. Put on my bra one arms strap at a time, laced my Converses from bottom to top just like everyone else. Granted it was a slightly different version of normal--a little too far left of kosher, maybe? But before all of this twistedness happened, I was me. I was a little ignorant, a little naïve. I was whatever my social network profile said. But I hadn't updated it in, like, three months, so... Three months ago, I was the girl who wore her hair in a saggy ponytail, the girl with the stutter. I despised my mom's cooking, gamed too much, and laughed at all my dad's jokes even when they were corny as hell. I'd never been kissed or gotten into trouble. I was Mikayla Blake, human, prone to fuckups and mishaps. No more, no less. Three months ago, my new life started. And nothing's been coincidence since.

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Watched by John M. Floyd Book Resume:

Ames wasn't sure if he was a hired thief or a hired assassin. For this job, he supposed he would be both. He wasn't happy about the arrangements: he was far from home, freezing cold, and teamed with people he neither liked nor trusted. And, this morning, he had found an anonymous note in his coat pocket suggesting that he might soon be the hunted rather than the hunter. But it was too late to back out. It was time, and-pleased or not-here he was, armed and ready and sitting in the dark at the killing ground, silently watching the window of his soon-to-be victim. What Ames didn't know was that someone in that window was watching him as well, and that before this night was over there would be more than one victim.

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Watched by Mary Ellen Kerr Book Resume:

Angels are on assignments. Righteous angels work for good, while the fallen seek to do evil. Rafael is a righteous angel who becomes guardian to Joshua Lance by his dying mother's prayer. Joshua is black and is adopted by a white family. Joshua is enrolled in a white private school in a small southern town. Before leaving for college, Joshua decides to search for his birth-family and locates Pop's Johnson a black man who agrees to help. Patricia Forrester has developed a relationship with Joshua and when they attend a dance against her father's orders; they discover a noose hanging from a tree. Patricia discovers a secret about her father and is sent away, leaving Joshua to wonder if he will ever see her again or be united with is birth-family. Meanwhile, Rafael continues to encourage Ramiel, a fallen angel and Patricia's former guardian to seek forgiveness and be reinstated.

The Poet Who Watched The Whole Parade

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The Poet Who Watched The Whole Parade by Jay Floyd Book Resume:

The Poet Who Watched the Whole Parade, the personal memoirs of Jay Floyd, digs deep into his childhood with chapters of spiritual reflection between each shared memory. The author dissects the people and moments that crafted his psyche within its pages (39,466 words). This book explodes with laughs and tears, family, friends, pimps and the occasional psychological diagnosis. Every character has their own chapter, with poetic personal reflections sandwiched between. Born Jason Edward Floyd in Cleveland, OH in 1976, Jay Floyd was the younger of two brothers, raised by a mother nearly forty years old at his birth; he absorbed a unique blend of generational perspectives, as well as intense tragedies. From his uncle's cocaine overdose, his brother's murder, finding his mother's dead body alone in her apartment, even reconciling with his father and then losing him again to a stomach ulcer, he was diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), but still believes there is hope for the future. Jay explains that although he has gone through so many devastating losses, he is finding a way to wrap himself in the love and lessons he has received throughout his life, as well as liberating from the emotional threads that kept him bound to his past. The Poet Who Watched the Whole Parade is based on a concept that life, for each of us, is a parade and we all witness figures coming into our lives, large and colorful and then we see them pass by, realizing how human and frail they always were. Jay wrote this book not only for himself, but for the ones he has lost. He tells their story to honor their memories and to stress the importance of what comes from these losses. His message is that love is how we heal and who we are, because to give love is to be human. We are all one and we are all participants in this parade called life. This book allows readers to not only walk with Jay Floyd through his spiritual journey, but also explore the lessons of their own parade. Readers of all ages will relate to this book because we all have had losses in our lives, but it is through healing that we grow.

What Jefferson Read, Ike Watched, and Obama Tweeted

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What Jefferson Read, Ike Watched, and Obama Tweeted by Tevi Troy Book Resume:

From Cicero to Snooki, the cultural influences on our American presidents are powerful and plentiful. Thomas Jefferson famously said "I cannot live without books," and his library backed up the claim, later becoming the backbone of the new Library of Congress. Jimmy Carter watched hundreds of movies in his White House, while Ronald Reagan starred in a few in his own time. Lincoln was a theater-goer, while Obama kicked back at home to a few episodes of HBO's "The Wire." America is a country built by thinkers on a foundation of ideas. Alongside classic works of philosophy and ethics, however, our presidents have been influenced by the books, movies, TV shows, viral videos, and social media sensations of their day. In What Jefferson Read, Ike Watched, and Obama Tweeted: 200 Years of Popular Culturen in the White House presidential scholar and former White House aide Tevi Troy combines research with witty observation to tell the story of how our presidents have been shaped by popular culture.

The Watched

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The Watched by Casey Hill Book Resume:

The new forensic thriller from the international bestselling author of Taboo and Torn. Quantico-trained forensic investigator Reilly Steel is back in the country of her birth. Unsure about both her future and her position within the Dublin police force, Reilly hopes that a relaxing stay at the Florida beach home of her old FBI mentor Daniel Forrest will help her decide her future. When Daniel's son, policeman Todd Forrest, is called to the scene of a gruesome murder where the body of a beautiful woman has literally been torn in two, he is appalled. Not just because of the grotesque and theatrical nature of the crime but because he recognizes the victim as Daniel's goddaughter. In an attempt to find swift resolution on her old friend's behalf, Reilly finds herself drawn into the investigation. And when another disturbing murder occurs soon after, Reilly can't help but feel that she has come across something like this before. But where? Will the investigative team be able to find the murderer before his thirst for notoriety drives him to kill again? And will Reilly's brief hiatus in the US force her into a decision about her future in Dublin, and the unfinished business she has there?

The Girl Who Watched

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The Girl Who Watched by Lyn Funnell Book Resume:

When obnoxious journalist Don Collins was sent to Cuba on a Press Trip, he got drunk and attacked a young Cuban girl. Life completely changed for their two families, although neither of them were aware of the other family.

While the World Watched

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While the World Watched by Carolyn McKinstry Book Resume:

On September 15, 1963, a Klan-planted bomb went off in the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. Fourteen-year-old Carolyn Maull was just a few feet away when the bomb exploded, killing four of her friends in the girl’s restroom she had just exited. It was one of the seminal moments in the Civil Rights movement, a sad day in American history . . . and the turning point in a young girl’s life. While the World Watched is a poignant and gripping eyewitness account of life in the Jim Crow South: from the bombings, riots, and assassinations to the historic marches and triumphs that characterized the Civil Rights movement. A uniquely moving exploration of how racial relations have evolved over the past 5 decades, While the World Watched is an incredible testament to how far we’ve come and how far we have yet to go.

What Women Watched

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What Women Watched by Marsha F. Cassidy Book Resume:

In this pathfinding book, based on original archival research, Marsha F. Cassidy offers the first thorough analysis of daytime television's earliest and most significant women's genres, appraising from a feminist perspective what women watched before soap opera rose to prominence. After providing a comprehensive history of the early days of women's programming across the nation, Cassidy offers a critical discussion of the formats, programs, and celebrities that launched daytime TV in America—Kate Smith's variety show and the famed singer's unsuccessful transition from patriotic radio star to 1950s TV idol; the "charm boys" Garry Moore, Arthur Godfrey, and Art Linkletter, whose programs honored women's participation but in the process established the dominance of male hosts on TV; and the "misery shows" Strike It Rich and Glamour Girl and the controversy, both critical and legal, they stirred up. Cassidy then turns to NBC's Home show, starring the urbane Arlene Francis, who infused the homemaking format with Manhattan sophistication, and the ambitious daily anthology drama Matinee Theater, which strove to differentiate itself from soap opera and become a national theater of the air. She concludes with an analysis of four popular audience participation shows of the era—the runaway hit Queen for a Day; Ralph Edwards's daytime show of surprises, It Could Be You; Who Do You Trust?, starring a youthful Johnny Carson; and The Big Payoff, featuring Bess Myerson, the country's first Jewish Miss America. Cassidy's close feminist reading of these shows clearly demonstrates how daytime TV mirrored the cultural pressures, inconsistencies, and ambiguities of the postwar era.

Closely Watched Films

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Closely Watched Films by Marilyn Fabe Book Resume:

How do films work? How do they tell a story? How do they move us and make us think? Through detailed examinations of passages from classic films, Marilyn Fabe supplies the analytic tools and background in film history and theory to enable us to see more in every film we watch. Ranging from D. W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation to Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing, and ending with an epilogue on digital media, Closely Watched Films focuses on exemplary works of fourteen film directors whose careers together span the history of the narrative film. Lively and down-to-earth, this concise introduction provides a broad, complete, and yet specific picture of visual narrative techniques that will increase readers' excitement about and knowledge of the possibilities of the film medium. Shot-by-shot analyses of short passages from each film ground theory in concrete examples. Fabe includes original and well-informed discussions of Soviet montage, realism and expressionism in film form, classical and modern sound theory, the classic Hollywood film, Italian neorealism, the French New Wave, auteur theory, modernism and postmodernism in film, political cinema, feminist film theory and practice, and narrative experiments in new digital media. Encompassing the earliest silent films as well as those that exploit the most recent technological innovations, this book gives us the particulars of how film—arguably the most influential of contemporary forms of representation—constitutes our pleasure, influences our thoughts, and informs our daily reality.

I Sat and Watched the World One Day

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I Sat and Watched the World One Day by Zenobia Lewis Book Resume:

ColoReading brings a new way of reading to all. It gets the attention of those who have a lack of interest to reading or find reading challenging. The different array of colors and familiarity makes the short, yet fully factual, stories relatable and engaging. Whether you're reading for pleasure or information, you get both. Young and old alike will enjoy this book for the colors, stories, pictures, print size and fluency of speed to read. The definition glossary will aid the reader in new word meanings.

While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks

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While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by A. Bojko Book Resume:

""A book where the author leads the reader by the hand through their worst nightmare."" ""An accurate but enjoyable account of life in a late twentieth century psychiatric hospital."" Description 'While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks' is based upon the author's own real life experience of mental breakdown, hospitalisation and subsequent detention under Section 5(2) and Section 2 of the Mental Health Act 1983, beginning in the Spring of 1989 and lasting for the duration of seven months. The story is presented as a fictionalised account. The author assumes the role of Alex, the female patient in the 1980s at Blackwood Psychiatric Hospital, housed within the precincts of an Old Victorian asylum. 'While Shepherds Watched their Flocks' has been written over a period of years and, while the basic story remains unaltered, its presentation has changed to reflect the author's growing awareness of the events that surrounded her breakdown. Knowledge gained whilst concurrently studying psychology at the University of London has greatly assisted in enabling the author to make thorough appraisal of her own illness. The book comes to a positive climax as Alex leaves the unit to re-enter life in the community. This is a touching, though-provoking, human interest story which has at its heart the basic human struggle for survival against insurmountable odds. It is in turn a love story, a tragedy and a real life drama as well as being interspersed with a measure of black comedy and feeling of suspense that keeps the reader with a real sense of "what happen next?" 'While Shepherds Watched their Flocks' is a book that should appeal to a wide audience. About The Author Born on 14th May 1966 and privately educated in a convent school until the age of sixteen, I rebelled and left against my parent's wishes. In 1989 I had my first psychiatric hospital admission. During follow-up I was diagnosed with manic-depression. My happiest and most productive years followed until, like the Sword of Damocles, manic-depression struck again in 2002, this time with much greater severity. I would currently describe myself as in the latter stages of recovery. Leading a quiet life in my West London home I'd say my passion for animals together with buying and selling on eBay is helping to keep me sane

All While the Gods Watched

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All While the Gods Watched by Erik Schumann Book Resume:

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The Girl Who Watched for Elves

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The Girl Who Watched for Elves by Heidi Garrett Book Resume:

One afternoon, a young woman visits a tarot reader. As he interprets the images in a twenty-card spread, she reframes her childhood sorrow and embraces her future. The poignant journey is a story of awakening to life's magic. Once Upon a Time Today is a collection of contemporary fairy tale retellings for those who have already left home. The Girl Who Believed in Fairy Tales is a prelude to the collection and includes the three short stories: "The Girl Who Watched for Elves" "The Girl Who Dreamed of Red Shoes" "The Girl Who Couldn't Sing" Novellas in the collection: Beautiful Beautiful Dreaming of the Sea The Tree Hugger I Am Lily Dane

Demon Chased Angel Watched

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Demon Chased Angel Watched by Terry R. Matthews,Lynne P. Woodfork-Matthews Book Resume:

This story reveals how the power of God can overcome any stronghold and how God in His infinite love can restore eve the most wayward life to wholeness and abundance.

A River Closely Watched

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A River Closely Watched by Jon Boilard Book Resume:

Bobby DuBois comes from a long line of misfits. Basically a good kid, he can't shake an inherited propensity for violence and drug abuse. When his father gets arrested it appears likely that Bobby, too, is headed into the system. Then Uncle Thaddeus rescues him and they take to the backwoods, managing to stay one step ahead of the law until hurricane rains swell the Swift River, ravaging Franklin County and flushing Bobby and Thaddeus out of the hills. Still on the run, Thaddeus teaches Bobby how to drink, fight and fornicate how to be a right DuBois. Perhaps the most important lesson Bobby learns, however, is that he doesn t want to grow up to be like his father or his uncle. The bristling action culminates with a disturbing custody battle waged in the shadows of Stillwater Bridge. The DuBois clan is in trouble and has been for generations, and at its core this beautiful and violent first novel is about Bobby s struggle to save his own soul.