i will still be whole (when you rip me in half)

Author: Ava Wong Davies

Publisher: Oberon Books

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Category: Drama

Page: 64

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"A tender little green shoot of a piece" Lyn Gardner 1996. A young mother walks out of a small house in Shepherd’s Bush and doesn’t look back. 2019. A daughter lies in a bath and stares at a crack in the ceiling. Joy and EJ prepare for their first meeting in twenty-two years. They run, they bathe, they inhale, they wait. i will still be whole (when you rip me in half) is the debut play by acclaimed theatre critic Ava Wong Davies: a lyrical interlinking of monologues devoted to blood ties, the cycle of trauma, and what we inherit from our parents.

Before I Was A Bear

Author: Eleanor Tindall

Publisher: Oberon Books

ISBN:

Category: Drama

Page: 64

View: 696

On a rainy Wednesday evening, Cally sits at her local pub waiting for her best friend. She notices someone in the corner. She recognises them. It's her celebrity crush. It can't be them though, can it? It isn't. This doesn't happen. She won't go over. She won't... A darkly comedic coming-of-age solo play, Before I Was A Bear is a modern myth about the power dynamics of sexuality and shame, women's relationships with each other, and an affair with a hot TV detective.

A World Elsewhere

One Man's Fascination with the American Southwest

Author: Jon Manchip White

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Category: Southwest, New

Page: 320

View: 384

The Sinister Affair

Author: Eric Rhodin

Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press

ISBN:

Category: Detective and mystery stories

Page: 160

View: 561

Tom, running from memories of Vietnam, Eddie, desperate enough to rob a bank, and Katie, trying to prove women can be good reporters, find their lives touch briefly and are redirected.

The Asia Rip

Author: George Foy

Publisher: Viking

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 266

View: 642

Recounts the adventures of a pioneering family traveling from Philadelphia to Cincinnati

X Games Xtreme Mysteries Book #4: Half Pipe Rip-Off

Author: Laban Hill

Publisher: Hyperion

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 96

View: 879

Walt is suspected of having tagged his English teacher's classroom and house with graffiti at the same time that other kids have tagged his half pipe.

Sparrow Tales

Memories from the Graduates

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Category: Nurses

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View: 351

Half a Revolution

Contemporary Fiction by Russian Women

Author: Masha Gessen

Publisher:

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Category: Fiction

Page: 269

View: 120

Nine stories by Russian women. In She Who Bears No Ill, a woman disfigured by a disease prefers to be locked up in a mental institution rather than be looked at with repugnance outside, while The Day of the Poplar Flakes describes the shoddy treatment of terminally ill patients in a provincial hospital.

4 X 4

A Novel

Author: Wayne Tefs

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Category: Fiction

Page: 393

View: 712

The Dokic family, like any other, has its problems. Brothers Clint and Darryl are constantly at odds and just similar enough not to cut each other any slack or let past feuds slide. Darryl sees real-estate salesman Clint as a slick boor, overly fond of himself and his achievements. Clint sees Darryl as an over-educated under-achiever, who flaunts his smarts to belittle others. Their mother, Meg, referees their sniping with more knowledge than either of them imagines.

Undercurrent

The Private, Exclusive Guide for Serious Divers

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Category: Deep diving

Page:

View: 637

Things Hunting Men

Author: David Drake

Publisher:

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Category: Fiction

Page: 307

View: 823

Eleven stories deal with a curious monster, an alien collector of life-forms, a helpful robot, alien tribes, a monster that escapes from a spaceship craft, and a green, egg-shaped predator