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Beating the Adoption Game - Martin, Cynthia
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Martin, Cynthia:
Beating the Adoption Game - Paperback

1988, ISBN: 9780156109307

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New York: Random House, 1981. Probably a Second Printing, number line ends in 2. Neat RM on top edge, hinges barely stretched, Very Good or Better Condition in a lightly rubbed DJ with creases on the inside flaps. 243 pages, index, bibliography, footnotes, appendix. "The fascinating behind-the-scenes story of the most important First Amendent case (Near v. Minnesota) involving prior restraint ever to come before the U.S. Supreme Court,...". Hard Cover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Random House, 1981, London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd. Very Good/Very Good. 1974. Fourth Impression. Hard 8vo. 8vo 0047800062 Dust jacket complete, unclipped. Original cloth boards wit bright gilt titling on spine. Previous owner's name and date on ffep. Illustrations. xv, 383 pages clean and tight. This is a revised and enlarged edition of the most important biography of Brahms ever published. The first edition, published in 1936, was enriched by many hitherto unpublished letters, which threw fresh and important light upon Brahms's character and the events of his life, and incidentally upon those people with whom his life was closely linked. To this second edition, some forty new letters have been added, most of which are presented for the first time in an English translation. There are also discussions of various compositions of Brahms that were newly discovered after the publication of the first edition. The bibliography has been enlarged by the inclusion of material published during the last ten years. Dr. Geiringer's great work is based on a unique body of material that, until the publication of the first edition, had been inaccessible to previous biographers. In the archives of the Viennese Society of Friends of Music, Dr. Geiringer discovered more than a thousand letters written by Brahms or addressed to him that were held until 1933 under legal seal. From this valuable source new and interesting documents were available for almost every period of Brahms's life. The bulk of the letters were from his mother, father. brother, and sister, but they were supplemented by letters from a large number of eminent people, such as Robert and Clara Schumann, Anton Dvorak, Sir George Grove, Sir George Henschel, Mathilde Wesendonck, and others. Dr. Geiringer also was able to draw on extensive material that, while of the utmost importance, had remained almost unnoticed in previous works on Brahms. This material consists of Brahms's sketches for his compositions which are exceedingly rare, since his custom was to destroy his first drafts. `The best existing book on Brahms. Not only has the author had access to a mass of material in the shape of hitherto unpublished letters, but he has known how to assemble it in an interesting and readable form.'-EDWARD SACKVILLE WEST in The New Statesman. 'Probably the finest, certainly the most illuminating biography that has so far been written.'-Morning Post ., George Allen & Unwin Ltd, 1974, Harcourt, 1988 Near-new condition. NO remainder marks or price clippings - Tight spine - Bright pages. 362 pages. - NO writing, marks or tears inside book. - Annotation This guide to modern infant adoption, presents an examination of agency adoptions and explores step-by-step alternative procedures for aspiring parents to follow. From the Publisher From Bill Clinton to James Michener, adoption works, say the coauthors of this expert and refreshingly candid guide. The question for prospective parents is not "Can we find a child to adopt?" They can. The question is "Can we do our adoption right?" With the help of this practical book, yes, they can. Based on a landmark guide by Dr. Martin, Beating the Adoption Odds gives aspiring parents the courage and know-how to take charge of the adoption process. The coauthors are uniquely qualified to prepare hopeful parents psychologically for the often-frustrating experience of the adoption process, offering their firsthand perspectives as adoptive parent, adoptee, and professionals working in the adoption field. Thoroughly discussed in a user-friendly format are the prospects and pitfalls of agency adoptions, international adoptions, and private adoptions; innovative strategies for finding children to adopt and for expediting adoption procedures; and many other issues facing adopters, such as the rights of a birth family, options for special parents, and medical risks. Also included are extensive bibliographies, sample letters and resumes, a home study, and adoption resources. Comprehensive, authoritative, and proactive, Beating the Adoption Odds is the indispensable manual for both those considering adoption and those working in the adoption field. . Trade Paperback. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Harcourt, 1988

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[EAN: 9780156109307], Fine, [PU: Harcourt], ADOPTION FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS BEATING GAME AGENCIES WORKS CYNTHIA MARTIN SAMPLE RESUMES PROSPECTIVE PARENTS OPTIONS LEGAL PROBLEMS PRIVATE CREATIVE MEASURES, Near-new condition. NO remainder marks or price clippings - Tight spine - Bright pages. 362 pages. - NO writing, marks or tears inside book. - Annotation This guide to modern infant adoption, presents an examination of agency adoptions and explores step-by-step alternative procedures for aspiring parents to follow. From the Publisher From Bill Clinton to James Michener, adoption works, say the coauthors of this expert and refreshingly candid guide. The question for prospective parents is not "Can we find a child to adopt?" They can. The question is "Can we do our adoption right?" With the help of this practical book, yes, they can. Based on a landmark guide by Dr. Martin, Beating the Adoption Odds gives aspiring parents the courage and know-how to take charge of the adoption process. The coauthors are uniquely qualified to prepare hopeful parents psychologically for the often-frustrating experience of the adoption process, offering their firsthand perspectives as adoptive parent, adoptee, and professionals working in the adoption field. Thoroughly discussed in a user-friendly format are the prospects and pitfalls of agency adoptions, international adoptions, and private adoptions; innovative strategies for finding children to adopt and for expediting adoption procedures; and many other issues facing adopters, such as the rights of a birth family, options for special parents, and medical risks. Also included are extensive bibliographies, sample letters and resumes, a home study, and adoption resources. Comprehensive, authoritative, and proactive, Beating the Adoption Odds is the indispensable manual for both those considering adoption and those working in the adoption field.

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Beating the Adoption Game - Paperback

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Harcourt, 1988 Near-new condition. NO remainder marks or price clippings - Tight spine - Bright pages. 362 pages. - NO writing, marks or tears inside book. - Annotation This guide to modern infant adoption, presents an examination of agency adoptions and explores step-by-step alternative procedures for aspiring parents to follow. From the Publisher From Bill Clinton to James Michener, adoption works, say the coauthors of this expert and refreshingly candid guide. The question for prospective parents is not "Can we find a child to adopt?" They can. The question is "Can we do our adoption right?" With the help of this practical book, yes, they can. Based on a landmark guide by Dr. Martin, Beating the Adoption Odds gives aspiring parents the courage and know-how to take charge of the adoption process. The coauthors are uniquely qualified to prepare hopeful parents psychologically for the often-frustrating experience of the adoption process, offering their firsthand perspectives as adoptive parent, adoptee, and professionals working in the adoption field. Thoroughly discussed in a user-friendly format are the prospects and pitfalls of agency adoptions, international adoptions, and private adoptions; innovative strategies for finding children to adopt and for expediting adoption procedures; and many other issues facing adopters, such as the rights of a birth family, options for special parents, and medical risks. Also included are extensive bibliographies, sample letters and resumes, a home study, and adoption resources. Comprehensive, authoritative, and proactive, Beating the Adoption Odds is the indispensable manual for both those considering adoption and those working in the adoption field. . Trade Paperback. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Harcourt, 1988

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780156109307
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0156109301
Hardcover
Paperback
Publishing year: 1988
Publisher: Harcourt

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ISBN/EAN: 0156109301

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0-15-610930-1, 978-0-15-610930-7


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