Author: Genevieve Love
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Release Date: 2018-10-18
What work did physically disabled characters do for the early modern theatre? Through a consideration of a range of plays, including Doctor Faustus and Richard III, Genevieve Love argues that the figure of the physically disabled prosthetic body in early modern English theatre mediates a set of related 'likeness problems' that structure the theatrical, textual, and critical lives of the plays of Shakespeare and his contemporaries. The figure of disability stands for the relationship between actor and character: prosthetic disabled characters with names such as Cripple and Stump capture the simultaneous presence of thefictional and the material, embodied world of the theatre. When the figure of the disabled body exits the stage, it also mediates a second problem of likeness, between plays in their performed and textual forms. While supposedly imperfect textual versions of plays have been characterized as 'lame', the dynamic movement of prosthetic disabled characters in the theatre expands the figural role which disability performs in the relationship between plays on the stage and on the page. Early Modern Theatre and the Figure of Disability reveals how attention to physical disability enriches our understanding of early modern ideas about how theatre works, while illuminating in turn how theatre offers a reframing of disability as metaphor.
To Genevieve, Arturo was her Prince. To Arturo, Genevieve was his best friends little sister and a pest. As time and destiny play their part, Arturo sees Genevieve in a different light. However, Arturo is engaged to be married. When Arturo realizes that his feelings for Genevieve are strong and real, he decides to call off the engagement. Destiny has different plans. Genevieve realizes that Arturo is in love with her. Her lifelong dream is going to become reality. Then disappointment sets in and Genevieve leaves town to forget Arturo. Will destiny bring them back together?
Author: Genevieve Love Smith
Release Date: 1995
This bestselling programmed medical terminology book is appropriate for professionals needing to learn or brush up on medical terminology. The frame-by-frame self study approach features an audio tape package that emphasizes word building and proper pronunciation. 120 full-color illustrations.
Author: Genevieve Behrend
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date: 2013-07-01
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
Collected here in one edition are both of Genevieve Behrend's wonderful books. In Your Invisible Power and How to Use It, Genevieve Behrend will guide you through the use of visualization, teaching you how to manifest the things in life that you want by visualizing them and making them come to you. This power of positive thinking has revolutionized how we look at the world. Everything you need to succeed is inside you and this book will help you unlock it. A practical guide to manifesting The Law of Attraction in your life. Genevieve Behrend was Thomas Troward's only pupil and was very well versed in the Law of Attraction and in the power of positive thinking. Attaining Your Desires is a simple guide to using the Law of Attraction in your everyday life. Chapters include How to Get What You Want, How to Overcome Adverse Conditions, Strengthening Your Will, and Making Your Subjective Mind Work for You. Long out of print, this landmark book is now once again available in its original, intended form.
Author: Jenny Han
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date: 2014-04-15
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is now a major motion picture streaming on Netflix! Lara Jean’s love life gets complicated in this New York Times bestselling “lovely, lighthearted romance” (School Library Journal) from the bestselling author of The Summer I Turned Pretty series. What if all the crushes you ever had found out how you felt about them…all at once? Sixteen-year-old Lara Jean Song keeps her love letters in a hatbox her mother gave her. They aren’t love letters that anyone else wrote for her; these are ones she’s written. One for every boy she’s ever loved—five in all. When she writes, she pours out her heart and soul and says all the things she would never say in real life, because her letters are for her eyes only. Until the day her secret letters are mailed, and suddenly, Lara Jean’s love life goes from imaginary to out of control.
Prince Lysandros of Patrai, Greece, is in exile in France. The year is 1949. During the Greek civil war, an extremist element pronounced a death sentence on the Prince, and although there is now peace, the death threat has not been lifted. Homesick, Lee attends a lecture about recent excavations in Greece. To his surprise, Genevieve, the archaeologist, is young and beautiful. When he finds she is fluent in Greek, he is delighted. They meet again in Paris and when, one evening, he sees her home, passion flares between them. When the death threat is lifted, Lee is free to return to Greece, and Genevieve is heartbroken at the thought of losing her lover. A voluptuous blonde shows an avid interest in Lee. Genevieve fears that Lee will succumb to the blonde's wiles. Then, again, maybe not.
Genevieve of Harwick had lived with her storm-tossed emotions ever since Marcel Ainsworth left to sail the seas, believing she'd wanted him for his name alone. But now that Marcel had finally returned, she swore to use all her womanly powers to keep him by her side. After two lonely years at sea, Marcel still hungered for a woman he could never have. The third son of the powerful Ainsworths would not suit Lady Genevieve, or so he thought. But when she became a stowaway on his ship, Marcel's determination crumbled. Amidst the crashing waves, would Marcel give in to the love they shared, and the passion that led them both?
Lara Jean keeps her love letters in a hatbox her mother gave her. One for every boy she's ever loved. When she writes, she can pour out her heart and soul and say all the things she would never say in real life, because her letters are for her eyes only.
Until the day her secret letters are mailed, and suddenly Lara Jean's love life goes from imaginary to out of control.
Insights on Caring for Any Aging Parent• Timely guidance for the challenges• Encouragement for the journeyYou had plans for this time in your life, but now a parent needs care. It’s a confusing, stressful, and exhausting time. But it can also be a time of remarkable spiritual growth. Loving Your Parents When They Can No Longer Love You helps you navigate your role as caregiver with God’s grace and guidance. And it alerts you to the difficult issues you may face, such as:• Legal and financial decisions• How much care will be needed and when• Evaluating different living options• Depression, dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease• Caring for a parent who has mistreated you • Accepting and planning for deathMost important, this book helps you embrace caregiving as a spiritual journey that will deepen your faith and strengthen your character. It not only opens your eyes to the realities of caregiving; it also teaches you how to allow God to change your life for the better.
Author: Paul Kelly
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
Release Date: 2012-02-17
Joachim Flynn was born in Glasgow to Irish parents in the year 1926. He was a Catholic and went to a Catholic school with other Catholic boys, but Joachim always felt that there was something about him that wasn't just quite right. He didn't think like the other boys and the Parish Priest tried to convince him that he had a vocation to the priesthood and that was the reason why he felt as he did, but Joachim had no inclinations for the priesthood or for the married state. The other Catholic boys grew up and fell in love, mostly with Catholic girls, but some went their own way and disregarded the teachings of the church into which they were born and married elsewhere, if they married at all. Joachim grew up too and he also fell in love, but he fell in love with God and the Shadow of God followed Joachim throughout the whole of his life with a special vocation . . . greater than the priesthood ... greater than the married state. He was born in the imitation of Christ, where like Christ he gave his life for another. 'For no greater love hath any man ... than that he lay down his life for his friend.'