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Life on the Outside: The Prison Odyssey of Elaine Bartlett
Jennifer Gonnerman
0312424574
February 2005
Paperback
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From Publishers Weekly
A Village Voice staff writer's feature-turned-book about the impact of the Rockefeller drug laws on one family, this narrative begs comparison with last year's bestselling Random Family: Love, Drugs, Trouble and Coming of Age in the Bronx. Like Adrian Nicole LeBlanc, Gonnerman has obviously done her homework. The story of Elaine Bartlett, a first offender sentenced to a staggering 16 years for drug trafficking, and the fate of her four children both during and after her incarceration, is told in encyclopedic detail, sometimes to a fault-including the entire texts of many letters, minutiae of clothing and even full grocery lists. Unlike LeBlanc's graceful prose, Gonnerman's style is utterly artless, occasionally to the point of awkwardness. But Gonnerman makes an excellent argument for the ways in which the New...


Eric Boman's Dames
Eric Boman
0865651647
October 2005
Hardcover
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Book Description
A dame is a woman of attitude and conviction, style and flair, with a steely personality, but above all, total self-awareness. For Dames, Eric Boman has photographed more than 100 such women, women who make a dazzling and enduring impression in their respective fields of fashion, society, art, politics, and entertainment.Boman offers indelible portraits of such legendary figures in the fashion world as Paloma Picasso, Tina Brown, and Anna Wintour. He documented the social whirl of Ivana Trump, Bianca Jagger, and the magnetic C. Z. Guest. His actors include a radiant young Penelope Cruz and a carefree Catherine Deneuve. And Boman's portfolio of artistic dames includes Françoise Gilot, Jennifer Bartlett, and the timeless Louise Bourgeois.Celebrity insider and Vanity Fair special correspondent Bob Colacello writes...


Pools and Spas: New Designs for Gracious Living
Alan E. Sanderfoot
1592531059
November 2004
Paperback
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From Publishers Weekly
In industry expert Sanderfoot's homage to pools, hot tubs and fountains, readers are treated to a wide array of envy-inducing and sometimes awe-inspiring creations: vanishing edge pools that seem to merge into the blue seas beyond, spas ensconced in lush vegetation, fountains that pour into water lit with colored lights. From an Atlanta, Georgia, lap pool that's an integral part of the house (it's next to the bedroom on the second floor) to a tiled, modernist pool on a rooftop in Thailand, and from oases in the Arizona desert to pools built in London basements, these are the crème of the luxury crop. Sanderfoot provides "design details" for each and at least two different photographic views, plus the names of the contractors, engineers and architects responsible. He divides the book into chapters focusing on...


Jennifer Bartlett - Important Works: 1974-1995
Jennifer Bartlett (Illustrator)
1879173263
February 1996
Paperback
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Varney's Midwifery Study Question Book
Jenifer O. Fahey
0763716413
August 2001
Paperback
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Book Description
Comprehensive study outlines help to guide and focus the student in all aspects of midwifery.

Book Info
Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore. Study guide is a companion to Varney's Nurse Midwifery, 3rd ed., c1997. Includes study outlines focusing on all aspects of midwifery including primary care, antepartal care, intrapartal care, care of the newborn, and postpartal care. Answer keys include page numbers from the parent text. Softcover.


Life on the Outside: The Prison Odyssey of Elaine Bartlett
Jennifer Gonnerman
0374186871
March 2004
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
A Village Voice staff writer's feature-turned-book about the impact of the Rockefeller drug laws on one family, this narrative begs comparison with last year's bestselling Random Family: Love, Drugs, Trouble and Coming of Age in the Bronx. Like Adrian Nicole LeBlanc, Gonnerman has obviously done her homework. The story of Elaine Bartlett, a first offender sentenced to a staggering 16 years for drug trafficking, and the fate of her four children both during and after her incarceration, is told in encyclopedic detail, sometimes to a fault-including the entire texts of many letters, minutiae of clothing and even full grocery lists. Unlike LeBlanc's graceful prose, Gonnerman's style is utterly artless, occasionally to the point of awkwardness. But Gonnerman makes an excellent argument for the ways in which the New...


The Dual Muse: The Writer as Artist, the Artist as Writer
Jennifer Bartlett
1556195249
January 1997
Hardcover
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Book Description
With an introduction by Cornelia Homburg and essays by Johanna Drucker and William Gass, the Dual Muse catalogue features 68 illustrations of the artworks in the exhibition that inaugurated the Dual Muse Symposium held at Washington University in St. Louis in November 1997. The exhibition included visual work by poets Elizabeth Bishop, Marianne Moore and Derek Walcott; writers Breyten Breytenbach, Guy Davenport and Günter Grass; and works by artists who employ both disciplines in their art, as exemplified by Susan Barron, Joseph Beuys and Tom Phillips. The companion volume of Symposium Proceedings was published in 1999.

Excerpted from The Dual Muse : The Writer As Artist, the Artist As Writer by Johanna Drucker, William H. Gass, Cornelia Homburg, washingto. Copyright ©...


Pools and Spas: New Designs for Gracious Living
Alan E. Sanderfoot
156496941X
January 2003
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
In industry expert Sanderfoot's homage to pools, hot tubs and fountains, readers are treated to a wide array of envy-inducing and sometimes awe-inspiring creations: vanishing edge pools that seem to merge into the blue seas beyond, spas ensconced in lush vegetation, fountains that pour into water lit with colored lights. From an Atlanta, Georgia, lap pool that's an integral part of the house (it's next to the bedroom on the second floor) to a tiled, modernist pool on a rooftop in Thailand, and from oases in the Arizona desert to pools built in London basements, these are the crème of the luxury crop. Sanderfoot provides "design details" for each and at least two different photographic views, plus the names of the contractors, engineers and architects responsible. He divides the book into chapters focusing on...


Bartlett, Culture and Cognition
Akiko Saito
0415201721
January 1999
Hardcover
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Review
"The draw of this volume is to place Bartlett's best-known work in the context of a global set of research interests.."
–Kathleen McDermott, Department of Psychology, Washington University, in Contemporary Psychology APA Review of Books, 2002.

"Few Would deny Sir Fredric Bartlett a place on a short list prominent figures in experimental psychology for the first half of the 20th century. His work played a central role in the research literature of memory, social cognition, cultural psychology, and human factors."
–Saito, A.



Book Description
Frederic C. Bartlett is well known for his contributions to cognitive psychology, especially in the field of memory. This collection, by internationally renowned scholars including: Alan Baddeley, Richard...


Economic Evaluation of Health Care
Laura T. Pizzi
0763727466
September 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
Thomas Jefferson Univ., Philadelphia, PA. Explores basic tenets and methodologies behind pharmacoeconomics. Offers health professionals principles for understanding, interpreting, and applying the tools of economic evaluation in healthcare decision-making. Includes learning objectives, study questions, and more. DNLM: Costs and Cost Analysis-methods-United States.

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