When two emotionally abused servant-sisters respond to their pent-up hostilities, brutal murder of their mistress is the result. Based on a historical incident in Le Mans, France in 1933.
Author: Wendy Ann Kesselman
Publisher: Samuel French, Inc.
Category: American drama
Wendy Kesselman Full Length, Drama New Revised Version Characters: 4 female Combination Interior Set Winner of the Playbill Award. This extraordinary drama, produced to acclaim at the Actors Theatre of Louisville originally, and at NYC's Second Stage is about a celebrated 1930's French murder case, in which two maids sisters were convicted of murdering their employer and her daughter. This very cinematically structured work explores the motivations whi
She wished she could remember how it was to be cocooned in her mother's
womb, sucking on her thumb and her mother's nourishment. Perhaps that was
why she had worked so hard this past year on reconciling with her sister. It was the only ...
Author: Donald Welch
Publisher: One World
Skylar and Storm Morrison may be gorgeous twin sisters, but they are as different as night and day. Skylar is savvy and book-smart; Storm is shrewd and street-smart. But a twist of fate lands Storm in jail, where she must trade her Fendi bags and Prada boots for an orange jumpsuit and laceless white sneakers. Meanwhile Skylar makes a name for herself by transforming the restaurant that once belonged to the twins’ late father, Dutch, into Legends, Philadelphia’s hottest new nightclub. Now, newly released from prison, Storm has some serious living to do. And she’s ready to take control of what’s rightfully hers—a share of Legends—with the help of some of Philly’s most notorious thugs. But moving back into the real world will prove much harder than Storm ever imagined. And as Skylar and Storm negotiate their new relationship, both women will feel the pull of Dutch, a figure so powerful he can keep his girls in line years after his death. In the end, the sisters will have to face their shared, tumultuous past—and a future that’s both uncertain and wide open.
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We passed by a private gate , through an orchard , and close by the beautifully
kept little kitchen garden belonging to the Sisters , and so to a large plain house ,
not a châlet , but with an outer staircase as well as an inner one , the latter a ...
J. , or , in case of her predecease , to other persons ; claiming under them ,
including an infant daughter and he directed that , in case of his wife dying of one
of the testator's sisters who had died in within twelve months from his own
Nay , nay , none so , " she said , in answer to all my entreaties . “ None so . Thank
God she had her hands to wark wi ' , and she had her sister's ' ouse to bide in ,
and she wad none rob a feytherless bairn , not she , God forbid , and keep her ...
Honest and moving, this intense story carefully tracks a relationship stunted in childhood but given a second chance.
Author: Linda Olsson
Publisher: Penguin Random House New Zealand Limited
Honest and moving, this intense story carefully tracks a relationship stunted in childhood but given a second chance. One sister have I in our house, And one, a hedge away. There's only one recorded, But both belong to me. Maria has found a sanctuary in a rented house, overlooking a small Spanish village by the sea. She is coming to terms with losing the love of her life. But her solitude and the places that have become special to her are about to be encroached upon by the arrival of her younger sister, Emma. Will the intrusion only serve to evoke the bad memories of childhood or will the impending visit help them restart their lives? This is a moving and heart-warming story of two sisters negotiating personal tragedies, past alienation and their own failings to try to come together in understanding and love. 'It is beautiful, sad and hopeful.'- Norran, Sweden
LADY DEDLOCKS SISTER . ESTHER'S GUARDIAN SPEAKS TO HER . 305 I
answered ,. 309 the period was come when I must tell my Guardian what I knew . The possibility of my being brought into contact with my mother , of my being
Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of CommonsPublish On: 1861
The Rev. John Leonard replied that “ he could and would say mass for him on the
following morning ; ” and asked me to assist at it , if possible . I answered , “ I
could not leave my husband , but that my sister would go . " The Rev. John
Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on RulesPublish On: 1911
Hearings Held Before the Committee on Rules, House of Representatives, May
31, 1911 ... United States. ... Stanley then said to John , the sick fellow , “ Come
on and walk up the road a piece and see my sister . " You understand this man ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Rules
He states , that he told me he was come to take my luggage , and to shew me
down to my sister's house ( Evidence , page 335 ) ; and upon a Noble Lord's
observing , “ You did not tell Mary “ Cole that you was come to conduct her - to
A collection of monographs related to Indian history and civilization, as well as the British experience in India, from the 18th through the 20th centuries; includes some non-Indic material.
Author: New Zealand. Parliament. House of RepresentativesPublish On: 1872
It will be perceived that your Lordship is requested to obtain “ the opinion “ of the
Law Officers of the Crown in England on the question whether , in the case " of a
marriage between a man and the sister of his deceased wife , both being ...
Author: New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives
Government House , Wellington , MY LORD ,New Zealand , 18th January , 1872 .
... Officers of the Crown in England on the question whether , in the case “ of a
marriage between a man and the sister of his deceased wife , both being “
Author: Canada. Parliament. House of CommonsPublish On: 1880
House of Commons. grave ? th ( or enmity ) * * beside her , ” ( the above is | de
Sola , and also Professor of Hebrew in a literal translation ) to be understood ?
What McGill University . He writes . do these words mean if the first sister is in her
That Mr. Crosbie was er , I should , perhaps , have spoken more justly very grand
and very fashionable he had heard , had I simply declared that her features were
but he knew no more of him . Why should Mr. more regular than her sister's .
And I must marry , too ; and a young lady , beauti- sister's house : nay , not only in my sister's house , ful , well born , rich ... No , I loved were two people about my
sister , however , to whom her , my dear madam , ever since she was a child .
WHEN MY SISTER STARTED KISSING is Helen Frost's beautiful novel-in-verse about summertime and coming of age. A Margaret Ferguson Book
Author: Helen Frost
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
Category: Juvenile Fiction
A Boston Globe Best Children's Book of 2017 A 2017 BCCB Blue Ribbon Book A 2017 New York Public Library Best Book for Kids A 2017 VOYA Top Shelf Fiction Pick for Middle School Readers A 2018 NCTE Notable Verse Novel A 2018 CCBC Choices Book Claire and Abi have always loved their summers at the lake house, but this year, everything's different. Dad and Pam, their stepmom, are expecting a new baby, and they've cleared out all of Mom's belongings to make room. And last summer, Abi was looking at boys, but this summer, boys are looking back at her. While Abi sneaks around, Claire is left behind to make excuses and cover up for her. Claire doesn't want her family to change, but there doesn't seem to be a way of stopping it. By the end of their time at the house, the two sisters have learned that growing up doesn't have to mean their family growing apart. WHEN MY SISTER STARTED KISSING is Helen Frost's beautiful novel-in-verse about summertime and coming of age. A Margaret Ferguson Book
Author: National Conference on Social WelfarePublish On: 1891
Each family used to bring a kitten for the children to play with , and , when they
went away in the fall , the kitten , which had grown to be a cat , was left behind . It
made a bee - line for my sister's house . She was kind - hearted , and took care of
Author: Canada. Parliament. House of CommonsPublish On: 1880
The grievance on our ( England's ) | because the man has a longer purse and
some side is much broader , a more real one ... Such a marriage , England , or in
Denmark , with his sister - in - law . whether contracted in Eugland or elsewhere ...