United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit:American Mail Line, Ltd. , A Corporation, Claimant of the Steamship President Madison, Her Engines, Boilers, Tackle, Apparel and Furniture, Etc. , Appellant and Cross-Appellee, Vs. Skagit River United States Court Of Appeals
Deliverance Mary Fields, First African American Woman Star Route Mail Carrier in the United States: A Montana History: Miantae Metcalf McConnell
The American Directory, and Traveller´s Companion:Containing a List of Inn-Keepers, on the Principal Mail State Roads, From Darien, (Geo,) To Boston, (Mass,), Showing the Distance From Each, And Also, From Washington City, Correctly Measured Lorenzo T. Hall
Chinese Crews and the Wrecking of the Rio:, In the District Court of the United States in and for the Northern District of California, in Admiralty, in the Matter of the Petition of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, Owners of the American Steamship William Denman
The Mail and Express Fourth of July Prize Stories and Poems:Founded on the American Revolution (Classic Reprint) New York Mail and Express
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The Unanswered Argument Against the Constitutionality of the So-Called Comstock Postal Laws, and for the Inviolanility and Free and Equal Use of the United States Mail:Containing Citations From the Ablest American Statesmen and Jurists (Classic Reprint) T. B. Wakeman
Norman Mailer´s Later Fictions:Ancient Evenings through Castle in the Forest American Literature Readings in the Twenty-First Century. Auflage 2010 J. Whalen-Bridge
One of the New York Times 10 Best Books of 2009-- now adapted into the feature film Certain Women, starring Kristen Stewart-- award-winning writer Maile Meloy´s short stories explore complex lives in an austere landscape with the clear-sightedness that first endeared her to readers. Don´t miss her new novel, Do Not Become Alarmed. Meloy´s first return to short stories since her critically acclaimed debut, Both Ways Is the Only Way I Want It is an extraordinary new work from one of the most promising writers of the last decade. Eleven unforgettable new stories demonstrate the emotional power and the clean, assured style that have earned Meloy praise from critics and devotion from readers. Propelled by a terrific instinct for storytelling, and concerned with the convolutions of modern love and the importance of place, this collection is about the battlefields-and fields of victory-that exist in seemingly harmless spaces, in kitchens and living rooms and cars. Set mostly in the American West, the stories feature small-town lawyers, ranchers, doctors, parents, and children, and explore the moral quandaries of love, family, and friendship. A ranch hand falls for a recent law school graduate who appears unexpectedly- and reluctantly-in his remote Montana town. A young father opens his door to find his dead grandmother standing on the front step. Two women weigh love and betrayal during an early snow. Throughout the book, Meloy examines the tensions between having and wanting, as her characters try to keep hold of opposing forces in their lives: innocence and experience, risk and stability, fidelity and desire. Knowing, sly, and bittersweet, Both Ways Is the Only Way I Want It confirms Maile Meloy´s singular literary talent. Her lean, controlled prose, full of insight and unexpected poignancy, is the perfect complement to her powerfully moving storytelling.
The story of the rise, fall and ultimate redemption of one American family, from one of America´s most highly respected writers, which provides a fitting follow-up to the widely acclaimed ´´Blonde´´. This title was an Oprah Winfrey Book Club Selection, and will be heavily reviewed. ´´Novelists such as John Updike, Philip Roth, Tom Wolfe and Norman Mailer slug it out for the title of the Great American Novelist. But maybe they´re wrong. Maybe, just maybe, the great American novelist is a woman.´´ ´´The Herald´´, in a review of ´´Blonde´´.
Postmodern Sublime:Technology and American Writing from Mailer to Cyberpunk Cornell University Press Joseph Tabbi
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