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The Quality of Life - Jane Anderson
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Stony River Media. No binding. New. Kindle Edition. 92 pages. The basic nature of human relationships, highlighting marriage but applicable to all, explained and explored in a practical and usable manner. The book is written to be an enjoyable read while still informing. The book functions well as a guide book for those seeking to counsel couplesindividuals on the non-religious aspects of relationships. It does not conflict with any religious teachings of which the author is aware and is not based on or derived from any of those religious teachings. The book also functions well as a workbook for couples who wish to develop their attraction into a lasting, mutually committed relationship. By viewing a variety of observed or experienced situations and interactions through the lens of various chapters of the book, pitfalls and common mistakes can be avoided. This book is an easy and interesting read. As it is intended to be approachable by all, it is not a huge tome such as might be used for teaching a psychology or sociology class. It is meant to be used by individuals at any educational level. The individual chapters can stand alone and may be read and applied outside of the context of the whole book. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Stony River Media, Write Thought, Inc.. Paperback. New. Paperback. 194 pages. Dimensions: 10.3in. x 6.9in. x 0.2in.Talk about murder! Inaccurate information about weapons can kill your story before a potential publisher has even finished reading your manuscript. Todays readers of mysteries, thrillers, Westerns, true crime, police procedurals, and romantic suspense are better informed about weapons than ever before. If you think you can slip one past these readers, youre wrong. Dead wrong. You dont have to be a gun buff to need this book. If you care enough about your readers and your craft to strive for accuracy, then this book is your comprehensive source for information on: The characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of hundreds of weapons Which weapons were available during each period of history, including their wars Weapons favored by various types of criminals and terrorists Weapons used by law enforcement Weapons used for hunting Youll also find a glossary of weapon-related terms and a series of appendices including: A selective chronology of firearms development Comparative handgun identification information Comparative trajectories of rifle cartridges In the past, this kind of information was attainable only through hours of digging. Now its available at your fingertips in one handy guide. Make sure your story is accurate-refer to Armed and Dangerous! Clear, well-written and hugely useful-I rate it a 10 with a bullet! Whether you write crime fiction or just need a few realistic details about a gun for any type of book, this is an indispensable guide. -Susan Burnham . . . aids in avoiding those embarrassing historical and descriptive gaffes regarding firearms and explosives. -School Library Journal If youre one of those scribes who believes that killing machines are better left on the printed page, this book will prove invaluable in giving your Glocks, dum-dum rounds, and spookily-named Hotchkiss guns the unmistakable ring of authority. -Amazon. com review This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Write Thought, Inc., AuthorHouse. Paperback. New. Paperback. 168 pages. Dimensions: 8.8in. x 5.9in. x 0.6in.Thiseminently practical book includes the tips survivors share with one another -the little coping strategies that can make a huge difference in the physicaland emotional comfort of the patient and family. The hopeful and encouragingapproach avoids the pitfalls of statistics and scientificprognosis to focus instead on maximum joy and peace of heart for eachpatient, regardless of the stage of illness. Cancer: The Adventure of Your Life includes the important issues(like losing hair, dealing with insurance companies, or handling visitors) thatdoctors pass over lightly because they are not life-threatening. Thesimply-written explanations are meant for the lay person, although professionalcaregivers will find new insights, too. There is an extensive treatment of theemotional components of the cancer journey, including fear, grieving, andloneliness, along with specific suggestions for both patients and familymembers to adapt to this new reality with a health-nurturing life view. Everyeffort has been made to make the book convenient and easy-to-use for patients, including large print format, stand-alone chapters, and chapter summaries. Thebook is a valuable resource for cancer center libraries, waiting rooms, andphysicians offices. Themost common response of cancer patients after reading the book is, Iwish every newly-diagnosed patient had access to this. If only I had known thatI was not alone in my fears and concerns! This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., AuthorHouse, Samuel French, Inc.. Paperback. New. Paperback. 82 pages. Dimensions: 8.0in. x 5.0in. x 0.2in.Dramatic Comedy 2m, 2f Winner! 2007 Ted Schmitt Award for the world premiere of an Outstanding New Play - Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Winner! 2008 Ovation Award for Best New Play From award-winning writer Jane Anderson (The Baby Dance, Looking for Normal) comes this magnetic work of theater (The San Francisco Chronicle) filled with compassion, honesty and humor. Dinah and Bill, a devout, church-going couple from the Midwest are struggling to keep their lives intact after the loss of their daughter. Dinah is compelled to reconnect with her left-leaning cousins in Northern California whore going through their own trials. Jeannette and Neil have lost their home to a wildfire and Neil has cancer. However they seem to have accepted their situation with astounding good humor, living in a yurt on their burn site and celebrating life with hits of pot and glasses of good red wine. Bill and Dinah are both moved and perplexed by their cousins remarkable equanimity. But their sympathy turns to rage when they find out that Jeannette is planning to take her own life to avoid a life of grief without her beloved Neil. Set in the Berkeley hills after a major fire, Quality of Life introduces Jeannette, an earthy, high-spirited woman. Jeannettes husband, Neil , is dying of cancer. When her cousin Dinah from Ohio comes for a visit with her husband, Bill, the two couples - one solidly on the left, the other resolute in their conservative Christian beliefs - are made to confront their huge dissimilarities- - Edward Guthman, The San Francisco Chronicle. Playwright Jane Anderson explores a myriad of ethical, religious, and moral beliefs, as well as (some would say) personal rights issues concerning life and death in her remarkable and completely engrossing new play, The Quality of Life. -Terri Roberts, Theater Mania This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Samuel French, Inc.

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Dramatic Comedy / 2m, 2fWinner! 2007 Ted Schmitt Award for the world premiere of an Outstanding New Play - Los Angeles Drama Critics CircleWinner! 2008 Ovation Award for Best New PlayFrom award-winning writer Jane Anderson (The Baby Dance, Looking for Normal) comes this "magnetic work of theater" (The San Francisco Chronicle) filled with compassion, honesty and humor. Dinah and Bill, a devout, church-going couple from the Midwest are struggling to keep their lives intact after the Dramatic Comedy / 2m, 2fWinner! 2007 Ted Schmitt Award for the world premiere of an Outstanding New Play - Los Angeles Drama Critics CircleWinner! 2008 Ovation Award for Best New PlayFrom award-winning writer Jane Anderson (The Baby Dance, Looking for Normal) comes this "magnetic work of theater" (The San Francisco Chronicle) filled with compassion, honesty and humor. Dinah and Bill, a devout, church-going couple from the Midwest are struggling to keep their lives intact after the loss of their daughter. Dinah is compelled to reconnect with her left-leaning cousins in Northern California who're going through their own trials. Jeannette and Neil have lost their home to a wildfire and Neil has cancer. However they seem to have accepted their situation with astounding good humor, living in a yurt on their burn site and celebrating life with hits of pot and glasses of good red wine. Bill and Dinah are both moved and perplexed by their cousins' remarkable equanimity. But their sympathy turns to rage when they find out that Jeannette is planning to take her own life to avoid a life of grief without her beloved Neil."Set in the Berkeley hills after a major fire, Quality of Life introduces Jeannette, an earthy, high-spirited woman. Jeannette's husband, Neil, is dying of cancer. When her cousin Dinah from Ohio comes for a visit with her husband, Bill, the two couples - one solidly on the left, the other resolute in their conservative Christian beliefs - are made to confront their huge dissimilarities-" - Edward Guthman, The San Francisco Chronicle. "Playwright Jane Anderson explores a myriad of ethical, religious, and moral beliefs, as well as (some would say) personal rights issues concerning life and death in her remarkable and completely engrossing new play, The Quality of Life." -Terri Roberts, Theater Mania Books, Drama~~American~~General, Quality-Of-Life-The~~Jane-Anderson, 1003009, Quality Of Life, The, Jane Anderson, 0573696950, Samuel French, Incorporated, , , , , Samuel French, Incorporated

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Dramatic Comedy / 2m, 2f Winner! 2007 Ted Schmitt Award for the world premiere of an Outstanding New Play - Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Winner! 2008 Ovation Award for Best New Play From award-winning writer Jane Anderson (The Baby Dance, Looking for Normal) comes this "magnetic work of theater" (The San Francisco Chronicle) filled with compassion, honesty and humor. Dinah and Bill, a. Dramatic Comedy / 2m, 2f Winner! 2007 Ted Schmitt Award for the world premiere of an Outstanding New Play - Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Winner! 2008 Ovation Award for Best New Play From award-winning writer Jane Anderson (The Baby Dance, Looking for Normal) comes this "magnetic work of theater" (The San Francisco Chronicle) filled with compassion, honesty and humor. Dinah and Bill, a devout, church-going couple from the Midwest are struggling to keep their lives intact after the loss of their daughter. Dinah is compelled to reconnect with her left-leaning cousins in Northern California who're going through their own trials. Jeannette and Neil have lost their home to a wildfire and Neil has cancer. However they seem to have accepted their situation with astounding good humor, living in a yurt on their burn site and celebrating life with hits of pot and glasses of good red wine. Bill and Dinah are both moved and perplexed by their cousins' remarkable equanimity. But their sympathy turns to rage when they find out that Jeannette is planning to take her own life to avoid a life of grief without her beloved Neil. "Set in the Berkeley hills after a major fire, Quality of Life introduces Jeannette, an earthy, high-spirited woman. Jeannette's husband, Neil, is dying of cancer. When her cousin Dinah from Ohio comes for a visit with her husband, Bill, the two couples - one solidly on the left, the other resolute in their conservative Christian beliefs - are made to confront their huge dissimilarities-" - Edward Guthman, The San Francisco Chronicle. "Playwright Jane Anderson explores a myriad of ethical, religious, and moral beliefs, as well as (some would say) personal rights issues concerning life and death in her remarkable and completely engrossing new play, The Quality of Life." -Terri Roberts, Theater Mania Books, Poetry and Drama~~Plays, playscripts, The Quality Of Life~~Book~~9780573696954~~Ms Jane Anderson, , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: Samuel French]

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Dramatic Comedy / 2m, 2f Winner 2007 Ted Schmitt Award for the world premiere of an Outstanding New Play - Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Winner 2008 Ovation Award for Best New Play From award-winning writer Jane Anderson (The Baby Dance, Looking for Normal) comes this "magnetic work of theater" (The San Francisco Chronicle) filled with compassion, honesty and humor. Dinah and Bill, a devout, church-going couple from the Midwest are struggling to keep their lives intact after the loss of their daughter. Dinah is compelled to reconnect with her left-leaning cousins in Northern California who're going through their own trials. Jeannette and Neil have lost their home to a wildfire and Neil has cancer. However they seem to have accepted their situation with astounding good humor, living in a yurt on their burn site and celebrating life with hits of pot and glasses of good red wine. Bill and Dinah are both moved and perplexed by their cousins' remarkable equanimity. But their sympathy turns to rage when they find out that Jeannette is planning to take her own life to avoid a life of grief without her beloved Neil. "Set in the Berkeley hills after a major fire, Quality of Life introduces Jeannette, an earthy, high-spirited woman. Jeannette's husband, Neil, is dying of cancer. When her cousin Dinah from Ohio comes for a visit with her husband, Bill, the two couples - one solidly on the left, the other resolute in their conservative Christian beliefs - are made to confront their huge dissimilarities-" - Edward Guthman, The San Francisco Chronicle. "Playwright Jane Anderson explores a myriad of ethical, religious, and moral beliefs, as well as (some would say) personal rights issues concerning life and death in her remarkable and completely engrossing new play, The Quality of Life." -Terri Roberts, Theater Mania The Quality of Life Anderson, Jane, Samuel French Trade

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The Quality of Life
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Anderson, Jane

Title:

The Quality of Life

ISBN:

0573696950

First produced by the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles on October 10, 2007.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780573696954
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0573696950
Paperback
Publishing year: 2010
Publisher: SAMUEL FRENCH TRADE
82 Pages
Weight: 0,091 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 0573696950

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