3 edition of Shadow tag found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 115 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
This novel presents the story of Irene America, who is a smart, beautiful, introspective woman of Native American decent. Too distracted to finish her doctoral degree, she musters the emotional resources needed to keep two journals. The Red Diary is bait, filled with adulterous scenes that Irene uses to push volatile artist husband Gil close enough to the brink that hell leave her. She unleashes all her rage and frustration in the Blue Notebook, which she keeps in a bank deposit box. Meanwhile, Gil believes that his obsessive graphic paintings of Irene will somehow lure her back to him. Caught in the crosshairs of their parents cruel, messy unraveling are 13-year-old Florian, a genius who models his mothers excessive drinking habits; Riel, 11, who believes that only she can hold her disintegrating family together; and sunny little Stoney. The result is a cautionary tale of the shocking havoc that willfully destructive, self-centered spouses wreak not only upon themselves but also upon their children. File Size: 6MB.
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Irene is completing a doctoral thesis on George Catlin, an artist whose early paintings of Native Americans became controversial symbols of exploitation to some, valuable depictions of early life to others, and were a source of both fear and wonder for the subjects of those paintings.
Any "Author Information" displayed below reflects the author's biography at the time this particular Shadow tag was published. He stood back, wrapped his brush in an oiled cloth, then put the brush and palette into a Ziploc bag.
This isn't necessary to know, Shadow tag I think it's helpful to give a potential reader an idea of just how damaged of people we're dealing with here. When I felt like I should quit I would think about it more and wondered about the couple.
Irene America regularly writes her thoughts and life story in a hidden red diary. the controls feel a bit restrictive, I think it would help a lot if you could pull blocks without having to face them, and have movement repeat when a directional key is held down.
It was as if a sudden twin had been created right before the subject. Louise Erdrich has penned a disturbing tale of a floundering marriage. They were back in old territory. I thought that this was a great concept. I believe they were estranged at the time.
Everyone is questioned, some more than once.
" In a certain part of the world, the awakening, individuation, and separation of the shadows of learned witches is a rite of passage.
Prevents Penn's movement but does not cast a shadow.