Revenge of a Chalet Girl A Novella Ski Season Book 3

Revenge of a Chalet Girl   A Novella   Ski Season  Book 3

‘Quick, fun, sexy and written well... I would highly recommend it!’ – Lost to Books

Author: Lorraine Wilson

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 9780007558278

Category: Fiction

Page: 98

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‘Quick, fun, sexy and written well... I would highly recommend it!’ – Lost to Books
Categories: Fiction

Revenge of a Chalet Girl

Revenge of a Chalet Girl

REVENGE OF A CHALET GIRL All she wants for Christmas is...revenge.

Author: Lorraine Wilson

Publisher:

ISBN: 0007591721

Category: Love stories

Page: 96

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REVENGE OF A CHALET GIRL All she wants for Christmas is...revenge. When chalet girl Amy Wright finds her ex's name on Chalet Repos' guest list she sees her chance to get back at him - Josh Carter, the guy who broke her heart. Getting revenge without losing her job will be tricky but luckily the other chalet girls are on hand to offer their support. Pretty soon she's in too deep and realises she doesn't want to hurt him anymore. She wants him back. There's just one teeny complication...
Categories: Love stories

The Whole Story

The Whole Story

Author: John E. Simkin

Publisher: K G Saur Verlag Gmbh & Company

ISBN: UOM:49015003033363

Category: English literature

Page: 1198

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This work is the only comprehensive guide to sequels in English, with over 84,000 works by 12,500 authors in 17,000 sequences.
Categories: English literature

Publishers Circular and Booksellers Record of British and Foreign Literature

Publishers  Circular and Booksellers  Record of British and Foreign Literature

One of the most prolific and popular of schoolstory writers for girls is Elinor M. Brent - Dyer . ... At thirteen she wrote a short story called Jack's Revenge , which was accepted for publication by the Elinor M. Brent - Dyer . now ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015071099736

Category: Bibliography

Page: 854

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Categories: Bibliography

The Encyclopedia of Hammer Films

The Encyclopedia of Hammer Films

Pitt adapted her screenplay into a novel. ... The Evil That Men Do Elderly clerk sets out for revenge after punks assault his wife. ... Black Sabbath Horror Deranged young man rapes girl so that Anti-Christ may be born. Based on novel ...

Author: Chris Fellner

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781538126592

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 606

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This reference work contains entries on every film made by Hammer Films, a British studio renowned for its horror films of the 1950s, 60s, and 70s. In addition, entries on people—directors, writers, producers, etc.—who have worked with the studio, as well as the stars associated with the studio, notably Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing.
Categories: Performing Arts

The Cambridge Paperback Guide to Literature in English

The Cambridge Paperback Guide to Literature in English

The first of 58 stories about Chalet School , an international girls ' school romantically situ- ated in the Austrian ... drama that flourished after 1968 , he came to prominence with Christie in Love ( 1969 ) and Revenge ( 1969 ) .

Author: Ian Ousby

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521436273

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 452

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Derived from the parent Guide to Literature in English, this volume offers in concise form over 4,000 entries on literature in English from cultures throughout the world. Writers and major works from the UK and the USA are represented, as are those from Canada, the Caribbean, Australia, India, and Africa. The coverage is broad - from the classics of English literature to the best of modern writing. Additionally, the Guide has a wealth of entries on literary movements, groups or schools in literature and criticism, literary magazines, genres and sub-genres, critical concepts, and rhetorical terms.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Bulletin

Bulletin

The Comanche's revenge . - In the Pueblo Alto . ... The romance of a châlet . A story . Phil . Lippincott . ... A novel . N Y. Appleton . 1891 iv + 493 pp . 12 ° [ 116,393 ; 111. ] 38 : 3528 Norris , William Edward . Mr. Chaine's sons .

Author: Cincinnati (Ohio), Public Library

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:C2574113

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Page: 856

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Bulletin of Books in the Various Departments of Literature and Science Added to the Public Library of Cincinnati During the Year

Bulletin of Books in the Various Departments of Literature and Science Added to the Public Library of Cincinnati During the Year

The Comanche's revenge . - In the ix + 285 pp . 12 ° [ 116,547 ; 111. ) ... From middy to admiral o a châlet . A story . Phil . Lippincott . ... novel . N. Y. Harpers . 1891. 295 pp . 12 ° 38 : 212 [ 116,447 ; 111. ] : [ 116,447 ; 111. ) ...

Author: Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County

Publisher:

ISBN: UIUC:30112042682010

Category: Acquisitions (Libraries)

Page: 144

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Categories: Acquisitions (Libraries)

Book News Monthly

Book News Monthly

A novel . By Paul H. Gerrard . This novel , dedicated to Mr. George Boughton , and comIllustrated by Warren B. Davis . ... By J. MacLaren The story of girl who has grown up in her own way in a Cobban , author of “ The Horned Cat ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015020106269

Category: American literature

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Categories: American literature

Femininity and Authorship in the Novels of Elizabeth von Arnim

Femininity and Authorship in the Novels of Elizabeth von Arnim

The novel reminded her of “a sad tinkle from an old music box. ... 71 By the time von Arnim's apology arrived, Mansfield had already drafted her literary revenge, “A Cup of Tea. ... She drops the girl immediately.

Author: Juliane Römhild

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781611477047

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 197

View: 717

When Elizabeth von Arnim anonymously published her debut Elizabeth and Her German Garden (1898), she became a literary star overnight. The mystery surrounding the identity of this witty aristocratic diarist in her romantic garden kept readers guessing: Who was Elizabeth? A Prussian Princess? The daughter of Queen Victoria? Throughout her long and successful career as one of England’s best satirical novelists, von Arnim never officially revealed her identity. Instead, to her readers and friends she simply became known as “Elizabeth.” From her first book to her capricious autobiography All the Dogs of My Life (1936), throughout her career von Arnim would explore questions of identity and self-representation. And in spite of von Arnim’s love of masquerades and guises, her books include funny and surprisingly personal meditations on the challenges of being a woman writer wrestling with a masculine literary tradition, of taking pride in one’s commercial success while moving in Modernist circles, and of being both a hard-working professional and an elegant hostess. In tracing the conflict between femininity and authorship in von Arnim’s works, this book engages with key literary issues of the time. Von Arnim’s early books offer a witty critique of New Woman fiction. Von Arnim’s self-positioning on the literary market and her relationships with writers like Katherine Mansfield, Henry James, and Virginia Woolf shed light on the relationship between middlebrow and modernist literature. Von Arnim’s complex autobiography, finally, gives a tentative answer to the all-important question: can a writing woman be a lady?
Categories: Literary Criticism