Family Saga

A Carriage For The Midwife

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Diana Gabaldon is the pseudonym of Diana Watkins, whose first novel, Outlander (1991, also published as Cross Stitch), rapidly became a bestselling romance. Notes: Boutique New York literary agency founded in 2003. But when Cole is sent mistakenly to 1990 instead of 1996, he's arrested and locked up in a mental hospital, where he meets a psychiatrist and the son of a famous virus expert. Neither of these African American writers in any way glosses over the racial oppression associated with the southern rural landscape, but both assert that a search for inheritance and sustenance within a southern past is essential to the attainment of full identity.

Sweet Surrender

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In this case a woman receives a phone call that leads her to believe the daughter she thought long dead has somehow survived. Lord of the Flies refers to the novel of that name [by William Golding 1959], of course. Notes: Boutique literary agency in New York City. Note: The figure of 67 movies doesn't include a handful of edge cases, which are marked below with a *. Not surprisingly, then, during the 1970s and 1980s, historical fiction and family sagas frequently became a forum for the exploration of Jewish identity.

In Search of Pretty Young Black Men: A Novel

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Accepts queries to multiple agents at the agency as long as you let them know you're doing so. The majority of these have been collected in Daily Voices (1989) and Travelers in Magic (1994). As the loyal valet Passepartout, you accompany your master Phileas Fogg in his globe-trotting journey through an alternate Earth filled with automata, Artificers and airships. A business rival of Wonka’s tries to bribe Charlie into stealing the secret of the factory’s most prized product, but the boy resists the temptation.

The Iron Triangle

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It is an unusual construction that appears to be too large for the house that rests on top of it and parts of which are blockaded by debris so substantial that portions have not been entered for more than a hundred years. The phrase 'classic book' or 'classic literature' has taken on new meaning - many view any pre-1900 book still in print as a classic, or titles that is hundred years or older and still in print, and many books are classed as modern classics because of their contemporary significance or perceived future significance.

SAINT MAYBE.

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As with steampunk, it portrays advanced technology based on pre-modern designs, but rather than the steam power of the Industrial Age, the technology used is based on springs, clockwork and similar. Styles of rhyme may include ballads, sonnets, rhyming couplets. Styles of rhyme may include ballads, sonnets, rhyming couplets. The Ropemaker (2001) is a quest story in which a young girl tries to find out why the magical forest that protects her village is losing its power, and Tears of the Salamander (2003), set in 18th-century Italy, is a story of alchemy.

North and South

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One morning the old Water-rat put his head out of his hole. If there was a non-gendered word for this, I’d say our culture’s relationship with rape is “hysterical”—it’s certainly neurotic. There are only a handful of writers who are consistently able to look at the world from a child’s point of view and use that vision to create stories that reflect that very distinct perspective. Notes: Boutique literary agency exclusively representing children's and young adult authors and artists.

INTERVIEW WITH THE VAMPIRE

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That’s why Suzy McKee Charnas’s work or Le Guin’s better novels are better and more intelligent and persuasive about women’s oppression than, say, The Handmaid’s Tale [1985]. The Thread That Ties the Bones (1993) was her first major novel, the story of a family who use their magical powers to dominate a small town from generation to generation but whose authority is eventually challenged by an outsider. In a few moments, the indefinitely postponed future would become an immediate, palpable present.

Irresistible Forces

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Some of the monstrous figures, for example, are creatures who might have been given life by Jesus Christ himself. Jack’s second adventure, Legacies (1998), is only marginally fantastic, but in Conspiracies (2000) he discovers that the demonic creatures he defeated once before are after him again. There she faces the dilemmas of being at once a wealthy Southerner, a Jew who cannot condone slavery, and a woman who must take over the family business and intervene in politics due to personal hardships and the tragedies of the war.

The Wicked Prince (Royal Scandals Book 5)

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The Mailman (1991) was much more interesting and typical of his subsequent work. Is there an appropriate treatment of violence that never glamorizes violence, records it more graphically than necessary, or includes it gratuitously? Southworth, Caroline Gilman, and Augusta Jane Evans Wilson were interested in white upper-class women's experience within this ideal of planter society, just as the male romancers were interested in upper-class masculinity within the same paradigm.

The Happiest Day

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Escaped from slavery, he becomes a prominent defender of his nation in Darknesses (2003), helping to ward off a powerful invasion force. Our all-volunteer staff cares about every submission that comes our way. The novel, like most of Fowler’s fiction, is set in London, but it alternates between the familiar one and another that exists among a hidden society of individuals who live exclusively on the rooftops, moving secretly and conducting their business beneath, or rather above, the notice of the external world.