Jack and Ma go from one bed to separate beds to separate rooms in Independent Living. They make nameplates to hang on the different doors: Ma's Room, Jack's Room. Then they practice calling to each other from the different locations.
Author: Book Club in a Box
Category: Literary Criticism
Five-year-old Jack and his Ma live in Room, an eleven-foot-square shed in the backyard of their abductor and captor, Old Nick. Ma came to Room from outside, but Jack was born into it and has never known anything else. Despite their confinement, Ma creates an extraordinary situation for her son, filled with learning, creative activities, and fantastic stories like Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. But Jack is growing and Ma knows they must somehow escape. The challenge is how to do it. Ma and Jack have a plan that is a brave and scary, and they succeed against many odds. Room is a complex and richly thematic novel told from the innocent outlook and perspective of the small Jack. Included in the discussion guide is an exclusive Bookclub-in-a-Box interview with Emma Donoghue. Every Bookclub-in-a-Box discussion guide includes complete coverage of the themes and symbols, writing style and interesting background information on the novel and the author.
room. Location. of. the. recovery. room. Shortly after the first anaesthetic was given in 1846, Florence Nightingale ... She wrote in her book Notes on Hospitals that the patient should be placed in a small room near to the ward, ...
Author: Anne Craig
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The care that a patient receives in the first hours after surgery is crucial to minimizing the risk of complications. The recovery room staff must manage both comatose and physiologically unstable patients, and deal with the immediate post-operative care of surgical patients. The Complete Recovery Room Book, Sixth edition, provides nurses, surgeons, and anaesthetists with up-to-date guidance and practical tips on the post-operative management of patients. Over 30 chapters, this resource covers key aspects of recovery room management from setting-up, monitoring and equipment, and managing symptoms as well as clear and concise explanations of physiology and pharmacology. Specific chapters address the unique post-operative needs of individual types of surgery and patient groups. Practical tips and short aphorisms are offered throughout the text to help retain practical information.
Neither Nixon nor President Gerald Ford made many personal visits to the Sit Room. But President George W. Bush's national security team hunkered down in it on September 11, 2001, to manage the initial hours after the terrorist attacks ...
Author: David Scheffer
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The Sit Room brings you inside the secretive Situation Room of the White House, the most important deliberative room in the world, during the early 1990s when the author was one of the policymakers who framed the Clinton Administration's policy towards the bloody Balkans War. Drawing upon newly declassified documents and his own notes, David Scheffer, who later became America's first Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes Issues, weaves the true story of how policy options were debated in the Sit Room among the highest national security officials. The road to a final peace deal in late 1995 came at the high price of the murderous siege of Sarajevo and ethnic cleansing of mostly Bosnian Muslims from their homes and towns, including the genocide of Srebrenica's men and teenage boys. The Sit Room reveals the behind-the-scenes story about how American policy evolved--often futilely--to try to stop an intractable war and its shocking atrocities. Main actors in the Sit Room include: the assertive Ambassador to the United Nations, Madeleine Albright; the State Department's ace negotiator, Richard Holbrooke; the cerebral National Security Adviser, Tony Lake; the immigrant Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, John Shalikashvili; the bulldog Deputy National Security Adviser, Sandy Berger; and White House moralist, David Gergen. For almost three years, the Sit Room was littered with shattered proposals to end the war-until armed force backed up diplomacy to compel a fragile peace deal. The Sit Room reveals authentic policy-making at the highest levels, with a unique journey into the arena of war and peace where spirited debate guided America's foreign policy.
Author: United States. Bureau of Land ManagementPublish On: 1994
PUBLIC ROOMS OF THE FUTURE continued BLM's Public Rooms must also reflect changes within the Bureau . One of the most significant changes currently underway is the Automated Land & Mineral Record System ( ALMRS ) / Modernization effort ...
Basically, only the Captain and a few other people in positions of high command have their own rooms, came the stern rebuke. Well, maybe I could take the Captain's room and he could move in with Newell and the boys for a fortnight, ...
Author: Geoff Dyer
Publisher: Canongate Books
Category: Literary Collections
Alive with insight, wit and Dyer's characteristic irreverence, this collection of essays offers a guide around the cultural maze, mapping a route through the worlds of literature, art, photography and music. Besides exploring what it is that makes great art great, Working the Room ventures into more personal territory with extensive autobiographical pieces - 'On Being an Only Child', 'Sacked' and 'Reader's Block', among other gems. Dyer's breadth of vision and generosity of spirit combine to form a manual for ways of being in - and seeing - the world today.
On the second-floor landing, Ms. Valentine's low heels clicked briskly across the polished wooden hallway floor and turned into the first room on the left. It was a massive bedroom, easily twice the size of the living room in the old ...
Author: Ellen Potter
Publisher: Feiwel & Friends
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Hiding is Roo Fanshaw's special skill. Living in a frighteningly unstable family, she often needs to disappear at a moment's notice. When her parents are murdered, it's her special hiding place under the trailer that saves her life. As it turns out, Roo, much to her surprise, has a wealthy if eccentric uncle, who has agreed to take her into his home on Cough Rock Island. Once a tuberculosis sanitarium for children of the rich, the strange house is teeming with ghost stories and secrets. Roo doesn't believe in ghosts or fairy stories, but what are those eerie noises she keeps hearing? And who is that strange wild boy who lives on the river? People are lying to her, and Roo becomes determined to find the truth. Despite the best efforts of her uncle's assistants, Roo discovers the house's hidden room--a garden with a tragic secret. This tale full of unusual characters and mysterious secrets is a story that only Ellen Potter could write. The Humming Room was inspired by The Secret Garden, a classic that Ellen Potter has reread every year of her adult life. See how these two works complement each other with this special e-book bonus – the entire text of Frances Hodgson Burnett's original novel. Just keep reading.
Silence compressed the air, pushing aside all of their playful antics and making the room thick with tension. “Lawton—” “Sheila, this is stupid. Your partner is out of commission, and you need to hold off until I'm better.
Author: D.F. McPhee
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Things are not what they seem at Pennsington Funeral Home. When Helen Randall takes a secretarial job there, she is forewarned by a previous employee and told to quit. Her boss Barlow Pennsingtons strange obsession with the dead only further adds fuel to the fire. Far from being crestfallen, Helens curiosity is piqued and she starts snooping around the business. She stumbles upon a room that is mysteriously locked and when she finally opens it, she discovers secrets too hideous to comprehend. As she continues to unravel the appalling horrors of her discovery, Helen finds herself embroiled in a gruesome gamble where losing could cost her very life.
The other rooms were done up in short order. Bobbie Abbott's desk showed a few short notes from Dare, left out in full view, and not of great interest. Also some long letters from her husband, which Stone forebore to read.
Author: Carolyn Wells
Publisher: Good Press
"The Tapestry Room Murder" by Carolyn Wells. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
Statistical Sample of Emergency Rooms ...... Background and Methodology .... Data Limitations ......... Report Format and Data Tabulation 2 5 7 8 2 . SUMMARY OF 1992 EMERGENCY ROOM DRUG ABUSE EPISODE AND MENTION ESTIMATES FOR THE TOTAL ...
Author: Craig Morgan TeicherPublish On: 2008-01-15
The sentence Brenda is in the room, and rain-tinted light flows from her head ultimately tells only part of the story. 17 Now Brenda is in the room. She is typing on her computer while I am typing on mine.
Author: Craig Morgan Teicher
Publisher: University Press of Colorado
Winner of the 2007 Colorado Prize for Poetry Published by the Center for Literary Publishing at Colorado State University