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The twilight years

Sawako Ariyoshi - Fiction - 1984 - 216 pages
The problems of working families trying to care for aging parents is not just a phenomenon of the modern U.S.A. This is the novel of a Japanese family and the struggle, under ...
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Kabuki

Yasuji Toita, Chiaki Yoshida - Kabuki - 1981 - 124 pages
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Dancer

Shelley Peterson - Juvenile Fiction - 1996 - 208 pages
Hilary James (`Mousie') is sixteen when she wins The Fuller Trophy jumping with her horse Dancer at the Royal Winter Fair. Her triumph is rewarded with an invitation to perform ...
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Dancer

Lorri Hewett - Juvenile Fiction - 2001 - 214 pages
Sixteen-year-old Stephanie struggles to perfect her ballet dancing as her classes are complicated by the introduction of a new male dancer.
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Dancer: A Novel

Colum McCann - Fiction - 2009 - 352 pages
The author of The Side of Brightness presents a fictional account of the life of Rudolf Nureyev, following his first ballet lessons under Anna Vasileva, his relationship with ...
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Dancer

Jordan Scott - Fiction - 2004
“My name is Floater! My name is Swinger!” Through his journeys Dancer changes, again and again, redefining himself in each of the strange new worlds he encounters. In doing so ...
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DANCER

OTIS MORPHEW - Fiction - 2014 - 214 pages
Seth Joe-Bob Dancer, gunfighter, road agent, and killer was now a rancher, devoted husband, and father of two sons, one nineteen, the other now seventeen; and they were his ...
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Kabuki: Skin Deep, Volume 4

David Mack, Connie Jiang - Comics & Graphic Novels - 2002 - 112 pages
In an institution for renegade government agents, a horribly scared woman faces a psychological showdown with her interrogating analyst. Isolated, tormented and only able to ...
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