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Escape From Marcy

Author : Leon Thomas
ISBN : 1519616392
Genre : Fiction
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IT IS THE YEAR 1989 AND AT MARCY, CRACK IS KING! In this tragic novel, you will witness the down fall of a man whose only desire is to get a second chance at life, when he returns home to the Marcy Projects in Brooklyn, after serving thirteen years in prison. Marcus Carlton does get a second chance after discovering an aspiring hip hop artist, Joe Ellis, aka Joe-Joe, who he signs to his record label. Surrounded by an ensuing crack epidemic and violence, at Marcy, Marcus tries to reunite with is ex-girlfriend and his daughter; he later discovers that his greatest enemy is not the people and circumstances around him, but in fact, himself. The fear of returning back to prison plagues his mind, after past deeds come back to haunt him, and there lies his psychological and tragic downfall. "Make sure you can rap, in case your degree doesn't work out." KRS-One

Marcy Utica Deerfield Transportation Study

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ISBN : NWU:35556031241599
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Marcy The Refugee

Author : Harry Castlemon
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Genre : Fiction
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In this story we take up once more the history of the exploits and adventures of our Union hero Marcy Gray, the North Carolina boy, who tried so hard and so unsuccessfully to be "True to his Colors." Marcy, as we know, was loyal to the old flag but he had had few opportunities to prove it, until he took his brother, Sailor Jack, out to the Federal blockading fleet in his little schooner Fairy Belle, to give him a chance to enlist in the navy.

The Anonymous Renaissance

Author : Marcy L. North
ISBN : 9780226594378
Genre : Literary Criticism
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"The book trade, she argues, created many intriguing and paradoxical uses for anonymity, even as the authorial name became more marketable. Among ecclesiastical debates, for instance, anonymity worked to conceal identity, but it could also be used to identify the moral character of the author being concealed. In court and coterie circles, meanwhile, authors turned name suppression into a tool for the preservation of social boundaries. Finally, in both print and manuscript, anonymity promised to liberate an authentic female voice, and yet it made it impossible to authenticate the gender of an author. In sum, the writers and book producers who helped to create England's literary culture viewed anonymity as a meaningful and useful practice."--BOOK JACKET.

Molly In The Classroom

Author : Marcy Mulford
ISBN : 9781613462935
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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When Molly hears that she is going to an assembly on bullying, she can't wait. Molly loves bulls, horses, and cows. Maybe she'll even get to ride a bull! But Molly soon learns that bullying has nothing to do with being a cowgirl. In Molly in the Classroom: A Child's Perspective of Bullying, Molly finds the courage to help put a stop to bullying in her school.

Beyond Slash Burn And Poison

Author : Marcy Jane Knopf-Newman
ISBN : 0813534712
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Depending on one's vantage point, breast cancer can be a very different experience, and indeed, a very different concern. It is, for some, a personal struggle; for others, it is a disease posing scientific and environmental challenges; and for others it is a highly charged and politicized issue around which policy wars rage. Beyond Slash, Burn, and Poison brings a unique perspective to breast cancer by recognizing the overlapping relationship of all these realities. Drawing on the writings of Rachel Carson, Betty Ford, Rose Kushner, and Audre Lorde, this book explores the various ways in which patient-centered texts continue to leave their mark on the political realm of breast cancer and, ultimately, the disease itself. Ordered chronologically, the selections trace the progression of discussions about breast cancer from a time when the subject was kept private and silent to when it became part of public discourse. The texts included are personal accounts, written by women struggling to play an active role in their healing process and, at the same time, hoping to help others do the same. Knopf-Newman also shows us how these writings eventually changed public opinion and the underlying tendency to blame women for their illness. She argues that changes in medical practice and public policy are linked to textual interventions, and makes a case for the politicization of cultural studies of disease through personal and literary expression. Passionately written and well-researched, Beyond Slash, Burn, and Poison transforms how we think about breast cancer. Rather than facilitating forums for separate discussions, this book brings conversations into dialog with each other. It is essential reading for anyone concerned with breast cancer and its history, as well as for those interested in the effect of the environment on public health and the role that literature plays in public policy and medicine.

Emotionally Intelligent Leadership For Students

Author : Marcy L. Shankman
ISBN : 9780470615744
Genre : Education
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The Emotionally Intelligent Leadership for Students: Workbook is a "working book" that brings further understanding and relevancy to the Emotionally Intelligent Leadership for Students (EILS) model. It includes modularized learning activities for each capacity, as well as case studies and resources for additional learning. It is designed to be used as part of a facilitated course or workshop, either as follow-up to taking the EILS Inventory or as a supplement to the book Emotionally Intelligent Leadership: A Guide for College Students.

Marcy The Blockade Runner

Author : Harry Castlemon
ISBN : 9785040492480
Genre : Fiction
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Marcy The Gold Seekers

Author : Grant Foreman
ISBN : UOM:39015027788978
Genre : Overland journeys to the Pacific
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The Outdoor Museum

Author : Marcy Heller Fisher
ISBN : 0814329691
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Because she is fascinated by a statue she sees while skating, Abby and her mother spend a day looking at the sculptures of Marshall Fredericks around the city of Detroit, Michigan. Includes information about the sculptor, his work and the sculptural proce

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