Heartbreak wars with happiness and almost, but not quite, wins. Moving and evocative, Lynda Cohen Loigman's debut novel The Two-Family House is a heart-wrenching, gripping multigenerational story, woven around the deepest of secrets.
Author: Lynda Cohen Loigman
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
"An emotional but dreamy novel that...will transport you far, far away from your next dreary Monday morning. You may do a lot of sobbing, but don't worry, you'll be smiling by the end." —Bustle, "12 Spring Break Reads To Help You Escape Normal Life" **Buzzfeed, "14 Of The Most Buzzed-About Books" **Popsugar, "6 Books You Should Read" "A novel you won't be able to put down." —Diane Chamberlain, New York Times bestselling author Brooklyn, 1947: In the midst of a blizzard, in a two-family brownstone, two babies are born, minutes apart. The mothers are sisters by marriage: dutiful, quiet Rose, who wants nothing more than to please her difficult husband; and warm, generous Helen, the exhausted mother of four rambunctious boys who seem to need her less and less each day. Raising their families side by side, supporting one another, Rose and Helen share an impenetrable bond forged before and during that dramatic winter night. When the storm passes, life seems to return to normal; but as the years progress, small cracks start to appear and the once deep friendship between the two women begins to unravel. No one knows why, and no one can stop it. One misguided choice; one moment of tragedy. Heartbreak wars with happiness and almost, but not quite, wins. Moving and evocative, Lynda Cohen Loigman's debut novel The Two-Family House is a heart-wrenching, gripping multigenerational story, woven around the deepest of secrets.
Summary. The TwoFamily House by Lynda Cohen Loigman is a novel that
follows two families whose lives are closely intertwined. Mort and Abe are
brothers who share a twofamily house with their respective families in Brooklyn,
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"Loigman’s strong voice and artful prose earn her a place in the company of Alice Hoffman and Anita Diamant, whose readers should flock to this wondrous new book." —Pam Jenoff, New York Times bestselling author of The Orphan’s Tale ...
Author: Lynda Cohen Loigman
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
For fans of Lilac Girls, the next powerful novel from the author of Goodreads Choice Awards semifinalist The Two-Family House about two sisters working in a WWII armory, each with a deep secret. "Loigman’s strong voice and artful prose earn her a place in the company of Alice Hoffman and Anita Diamant, whose readers should flock to this wondrous new book." —Pam Jenoff, New York Times bestselling author of The Orphan’s Tale "The Wartime Sisters shows the strength of women on the home front: to endure, to fight, and to help each other survive.” —Jenna Blum, New York Times and international bestselling author of The Lost Family and Those Who Save Us Two estranged sisters, raised in Brooklyn and each burdened with her own shocking secret, are reunited at the Springfield Armory in the early days of WWII. While one sister lives in relative ease on the bucolic Armory campus as an officer’s wife, the other arrives as a war widow and takes a position in the Armory factories as a “soldier of production.” Resentment festers between the two, and secrets are shattered when a mysterious figure from the past reemerges in their lives. "One of my favorite books of the year." —Fiona Davis, national bestselling author of The Dollhouse and The Masterpiece "A stirring tale of loyalty, betrayal, and the consequences of long-buried secrets.” —Kristina McMorris, New York Times bestselling author of The Edge of Lost and Sold on a Monday
Author: United States. Bureau of Labor StatisticsPublish On: 1942
Types of Residential Construction The position of the single-family house as the
preferred type of American nonfarm home ... The proportion of units supplied in
new two-family houses was greatest, with approximately one-fifth of all nonfarm ...
Author: United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Publishes in-depth articles on labor subjects, current labor statistics, information about current labor contracts, and book reviews.
Two - family houses accommodated 6 percent of the village families . In North
Dakota and Kansas , two - family houses of the two - decker type were more
numerous than those of the side - by - side variety , while in South Dakota ,
pected that a larger proportion of the owning than of the renting families would
occupy the more expensive homes. ... as business and professional families lived
in two-family houses, 19 percent of the former and 7 percent of the latter. Families
If the home owned and occupied by the family was a two-family or multiple-family house, only that portion of the expense ... The remaining expense was deducted
from gross rents, to derive a net figure which was added to the family's income.
Two. Sides. of. the. Same. Coin. Revising Analyses of Lesbian Sexuality and Family Formation through the Study of Black Women As dusk falls, I pull up to the house feeling embarrassed at my lateness. The e-mail invitation said to come
Author: Mignon Moore
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Category: Social Science
"Mignon Moore's title says it all: Invisible Families. Scholarship on lesbian and gay issues has been slow to recognize the importance of children and family among those in same-sex relationships and has paid scant attention to racial minorities; nor have students of African American life given much attention to Black lesbians and gay men. We are left with the unfortunate impression, to paraphrase the authors of But Some of Us Are Brave, that all the lesbians and gays are White and all the Blacks are heterosexual. This book stands as a significant corrective to these multiple myopias, offering a nuanced account of the kinds of pressures Black women raising children with female partners encounter, and revealing the creativity and resilience they bring to the struggle." --Ellen Lewin, University of Iowa, author of Gay Fatherhood: Narratives of Family and Citizenship in America. "Invisible Families shakes up longstanding theoretical conceptualizations of racial identity, family formation, and motherhood, contesting basic assumptions about black families. Tightly conceptualized and highly engaging." - Kerry Ann Rockquemore, author of Raising Biracial Children
The "better" streets had one-family houses with well-tended lawns and pretty
flower beds in the spring. The "middle"- level streets had mostly two-family houses. In some cases the two families were unrelated, with one owning the
house and ...
Author: Sherry B. Ortner
Publisher: Duke University Press
Famed anthropologist Ortner tracks down representative classmates from her mostly Jewish Newark, NJ high school class of '58 in order to examine class culture and ethnicity in America today.
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looks like two shotgun singles pushed together and covered with one roof. One of
the most common house types found in New Orleans, shotgun doubles were ...
Author: Vogt, Lloyd
Publisher: Pelican Publishing
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Surveys the varying styles of houses found in New Orleans and how they evolved.
On land a little further away it is possible that houses in rows are the best solution
. On other property the single house or the two - family house will be the best
solution according to the habits and demands of the community . For each of
from her unseen perch in a flowering apple tree, Grace Hartigan spied on the
gypsy families whose caravans were ... Millburn was a step up from the two- family house in Bayonne, New Jersey, squeezed next to its neighbors a half-
block from ...
Author: Cathy Curtis
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
This first-ever biography of American painter Grace Hartigan traces her rise from virtually self-taught painter to art-world fame, her plunge into obscurity after leaving New York to marry a scientist in Baltimore, and her constant efforts to reinvent her style and subject matter. Along the way, there were multiple affairs, four troubled marriages, a long battle with alcoholism, and a chilly relationship with her only child. Attempting to channel her vague ambitions after an early marriage, Grace struggled to master the basics of drawing in night-school classes. She moved to New York in her early twenties and befriended Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollock, and other artists who were pioneering Abstract Expressionism. Although praised for the coloristic brio of her abstract paintings, she began working figuratively, a move that was much criticized but ultimately vindicated when the Museum of Modern Art purchased her painting The Persian Jacket in 1953. By the mid-fifties, she freely combined abstract and representational elements. Grace-who signed her paintings "Hartigan"- was a full-fledged member of the "men's club" that was the 1950s art scene. Featured in Time, Newsweek, Life, and Look, she was the only woman in MoMA's groundbreaking 12 Americans exhibition in 1956, and the youngest artist-and again, only woman-in The New American Painting, which toured Europe in 1958-1959. Two years later she moved to Baltimore, where she became legendary for her signature tough-love counsel to her art school students. Grace continued to paint throughout her life, seeking-for better or worse-something truer and fiercer than beauty.
But what if you choose to take your realtor's advice to look for a cheaper one- family house, two-bedroom condominium, or co-op? Would this make more
sense? For some of you, the answer might be a definite no, as you may have
your mind ...
Author: Mario O. Barrett
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
After years of self-inquiry and discovery, coupled with significant academic research in the field of leadership development, Dr. Barrett, Ph.D., M.S. is now ready to teach you what it takes to become the leader of your life. By embracing the concepts and developing the eleven leadership practices discussed in this book, you will begin to function as a leader by taking charge of your life and all that it encompasses. The Barrett Leadership Model is not a feel good motivational theory; rather it is a practical guide to achieving sustainable happiness through the creation and pursuit of your life's vision. There are no secrets or hidden messages here. If you do the work that is asked of you, you will be well on your way to fulfilling your life's vision and achieving sustainable happiness.
White owners of two- and four-family houses in and around the tenement area
were frightened and alarmed. This was a perfect setup for blockbusters who
descended on the area like the plague. Working on the fears and prejudices of
Author: Walter Thabit
Publisher: NYU Press
Category: Political Science
In response to the riots of the mid-‘60s, Walter Thabit was hired to work with the community of East New York to develop a plan for low- and moderate-income public housing. In the years that followed, he experienced first-hand the forces that had engineered East New York’s dramatic decline and that continued to work against its successful revitalization. How East New York Became a Ghetto describes the shift of East New York from a working-class immigrant neighborhood to a largely black and Puerto Rican neighborhood and shows how the resulting racially biased policies caused the deterioration of this once flourishing area. A clear-sighted, unflinching look at one ghetto community, How East New York Became a Ghetto provides insights and observations on the histories and fates of ghettos throughout the United States.
The New York Times published a two-column feature on our business
opportunity, including our logo. Our early efforts ... The two family house became
quarters for AMC Home Inspection Services, HouseMaster's first franchise. We
Author: Ken Austin
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Biography & Autobiography
To illustrate this humor factor, Ive added a humor column to the end of each chapter. Some of them are from my grandfathers book of kid puns and quips. I do hope they will bring a smile to your face. Enjoy! Welcome to my world! I hope you will enjoy reading about the people and events that helped shape my life. If you ask me what most influenced my very being, I would tell you it was my sense of humor. Ive always been able to see some humor in almost everything. I do believe that this ability has extended my business success and my life.
He was the unbreakable bond that would ensure the two families that formerly
didn't know each other, would blend as ... friends possibly renting the two—family house that the church Owns. It was intended for housing visiting missionaries, but
Author: Mary Ognan
Publisher: WestBow Press
Most women will be able to relate to Faith, the main character in this story. She had only dreamt about the life she was now living. She thought she had a handle on it, planning for her wedding and carrying out the work that God had clearly given her to do. But the meeting with her employers changed everything. They placed even more demands on her than she all ready had. How could she possibly find the time to do it all? Faith now had to make an impossible choice between the love of her life and her God-given career. Was this the Lords way of telling her that he had closed the door on this chapter of her career and had opened another? She has to search deep into her soul to find the answers. Her world is coming apart. She cries out, Lord, is there a workable solution? Pastor Michael had many sleepless nights of his own, wrestling with his past. When he confesses his past to the congregation, will they accept or reject him? And how will the new woman in his life react when she hears what his life was like five years ago? Find the answers in this heartwarming story of unconditional love.
Frankfurt's 1891 ordinance created two types of residential districts: the first for
the “country dwellings” and the second for ... the 1907 ordinance defined a zone
for single-family houses, but the authorities reserved discretion to permit two- family ...
Author: Sonia A. Hirt
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Category: Political Science
Why are American cities, suburbs, and towns so distinct? Compared to European cities, those in the United States are characterized by lower densities and greater distances; neat, geometric layouts; an abundance of green space; a greater level of social segregation reflected in space; and—perhaps most noticeably—a greater share of individual, single-family detached housing. In Zoned in the USA, Sonia A. Hirt argues that zoning laws are among the important but understudied reasons for the cross-continental differences. Hirt shows that rather than being imported from Europe, U.S. municipal zoning law was in fact an institution that quickly developed its own, distinctly American profile. A distinct spatial culture of individualism—founded on an ideal of separate, single-family residences apart from the dirt and turmoil of industrial and agricultural production—has driven much of municipal regulation, defined land-use, and, ultimately, shaped American life. Hirt explores municipal zoning from a comparative and international perspective, drawing on archival resources and contemporary land-use laws from England, Germany, France, Australia, Russia, Canada, and Japan to challenge assumptions about American cities and the laws that guide them.
Cecil Valance only stays three days at Two Acres, the Sawle family house on the
edge of north London, but the house party becomes a piece of literary history,
because it is here that Cecil writes a poem for Daphne, which memorializes the ...
Author: James Wood
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Category: Literary Collections
Following The Broken Estate, The Irresponsible Self, and How Fiction Works—books that established James Wood as the leading critic of his generation—The Fun Stuff confirms Wood's preeminence, not only as a discerning judge but also as an appreciator of the contemporary novel. In twenty-three passionate, sparkling dispatches—that range over such crucial writers as Thomas Hardy, Leon Tolstoy, Edmund Wilson, and Mikhail Lermontov—Wood offers a panoramic look at the modern novel. He effortlessly connects his encyclopedic, passionate understanding of the literary canon with an equally in-depth analysis of the most important authors writing today, including Cormac McCarthy, Lydia Davis, Aleksandar Hemon, and Michel Houellebecq. Included in The Fun Stuff are the title essay on Keith Moon and the lost joys of drumming—which was a finalist for last year's National Magazine Awards—as well as Wood's essay on George Orwell, which Christopher Hitchens selected for the Best American Essays 2010. The Fun Stuff is indispensable reading for anyone who cares about contemporary literature.
Ch. 12», «§ 12-2 » 1 Real Estate for the General Practitioner § 12-2 ...
Residential use may be separated into multi-family, one acre zoning, two acre
zoning, residential with neighborhood ... The house is a two-family house on a
one acre lot.
Author: David M. Goldberg
Provides valuable guidance for your real estate law needs. Whether you specialize in real estate law or occasionally handle real estate matters, Real Estate for the General Practitioner will make your work easier by providing quick answers and insightful commentary. Authored by an expert in the field, this handy resource covers buying, selling, mortgaging, leasing, title problems and critical related subjects.