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📒The Return Of A Gangster S Girl ✍ Chunichi
✏The Return of a Gangster s Girl Book Summary : When Ceazia catches the eye of the hottest rapper on the charts, she decides to try something new, and, casting aside the lies and deceptions, finally has a real relationship, until her past catches up to her. Original.
📒The Return ✍ Roberto Bolaño
✏The Return Book Summary : A stunning collection of short stories - mostly dealing with the sex trade - by the late Chilean master and author of The Savage Detectives. The Return contains thirteen unforgettable stories that seem to tell what Bolano called “the secret story,” “the one we’ll never know.” Bent on returning to haunt you, Bolano’s tales might concern the unexpected fate of a beautiful ex-girlfriend, or soccer, witchcraft, or a dream of meeting the poet Enrique Lihn:they always surprise. Consider the title story: a young partygoer collapses in a Parisian disco and dies on the dance floor. Just as his soul is departing his body,it realizes strange happenings are afoot around his now dead body — and what follows next defies the imagination (except Bolano’s own).
📒Teaching Baby Gangsters ✍ Marilyn K. Gifford
✏Teaching Baby Gangsters Book Summary : Large city school districts and their personnel have been under scrutiny because of poor academic performance by their students. In TEACHING BABY GANGSTERS, author Marilyn K. Gifford communicates the realities and obstacles teachers face in todays inner-city classrooms. Using her personal experiences as a teacher of at-risk middle-school students, Gifford explains how the social fabric of society has changed and examines how those changes may limit students ability to learn. She discusses the students lives and how many overcame difficult circumstancessuch as special education needs, gang membership, drug and alcohol use, and povertyto succeed in school. She also relays the sad stories of those students who gave in to their environmental influences and failed to get an education. TEACHING BABY GANGSTERS proposes a pragmatic approach to fixing failing inner-city schools by reviving student consciousness and limiting the drama of drugs and gangs. Gifford takes a strong stand for inner-city school reform that is based on the needs of the students reform that makes a difference in the lives of young people.
📒The Great Gangster Pictures Ii ✍ James Robert Parish
✏The Great Gangster Pictures II Book Summary : The authors discuss 400 genre features released since 1976 from the very best to the absolute worst.
✏Errol Fidel and the Cubal Rebel Girls Book Summary : Based on true events, Errol, Fidel and the Cuban Rebel Girls recreates one of the 20th century? great untold stories. Cuba, 1959: In the final year of his life, Errol Flynn found time for one last adventure. The dashing star of many Hollywood films had always longed to be a real hero. Fidel Castro was the genuine article, and now he was looking for fame. What each man had the other wanted and, as revolution raged around them, the stage was set for an explosive encounter. Cuba is on the brink of revolution and Errol Flynn is there making what will be his final film. When they meet, Errol is involved in the latest in a long line of relationships with under-age women, while Fidel is ready to march triumphantly into Havana after overthrowing the Batista government. Within days of the coup, Errol is chased out of Cuba with a firing squad and Fidel hot on his heels. Featuring a full cast of Hollywood movie stars, beautiful women, Cuban revolutionaries and New York mobsters, Errol, Fidel and the Cuban Rebel Girls is the story of two men at the opposite ends of astonishing careers. It is a story with two heroes ... but there is only ever room for one.
📒The Girl ✍ Meridel Le Sueur
✏The Girl Book Summary : In November 1978, West End Press published The Girl, a rewritten version of a novel the author had first completed in 1939. The original story told of women struggling to survive a harsh winter in St. Paul after having suffered the loss of their male companions in a failed bank robbery. According to Le Sueur, it was a collective work: We had a writer's group of women in The Workers Alliance and we met every night to raise our miserable circumstances to the level of sagas, poetry, cry-outs. The rewritten version emphasised the fate of the farm girl of the title as she struggled to survive the death of her lover and give birth to another girl, the hope of a new and better generation.
📒Aliens Drugs Guns Gangsters ✍ Jackie Lawrence Kinder Jr
✏Aliens Drugs Guns Gangsters Book Summary : I have been called many things: addict, alcoholic, killer, drug dealer, misogynist, convict, and father. This book is a consistent string of real life events that may seem extreme. It contains graphic content not suitable for all ages.
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