Modern Romance

Author: Aziz Ansari
Publisher: Allen Lane
ISBN: 9780241211830
Size: 46.80 MB
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While Ansari has long aimed his comedic insight at modern relationships, here he teamed up with award-winning sociologist Eric Klinenberg to research dating cultures from Tokyo to Buenos Aires to Paris, crunch the quantitative data and ...

Modern Romance

Author: Instaread
Publisher: Instaread Summaries
ISBN: 1944195327
Size: 48.46 MB
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The result combines humor and true insight into this mixed-up world where a person can swipe right to begin a romance and end a relationship via text message… PLEASE NOTE: This is Key Takeaways, Analysis & Review of the book and NOT the ...

Modern Romance

Author: David Levinthal
Publisher: St Anns Pr
Size: 38.14 MB
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An illuminating essay by Eugenia Parry opens the book, nicely placing this formative series in both a personal and an artistic context. This is serious art, dealing with fascinating ideas.

Maggie Darling

Author: James Howard Kunstler
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
ISBN: 9781555846718
Size: 60.26 MB
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She's the goddess of hearth and home, America's millionaire media maven of domesticity, Connecticut's most dazzling hostess, and everything in her world is perfect-except that Maggie Darling's picture-book life has suddenly gone off the ...

Modern Romance And Transformations Of The Novel

Author: Ian Duncan
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521021067
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Modern Romance examines the relationship between the revival of romance form and the ascendancy of the novel in British literary culture, from 1760 to 1850.

The Secret Wound

Author: Marion Wells
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804767446
Size: 70.16 MB
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Romance. and. the. Dream. of. "Language. Strange". As Ian McEwan's fictional
depiction of an "enduring love" that is dangerously obsessive and utterly
phantasmic suggests, the more extreme versions of love-melancholy are readily
recognizable in our modern erotic disorders, in spite of the quite different
conception of obsessive illness that supports their diagnosis.1 The power of the
mind — under the pressure of desire — to people the world with phantasms is as
compelling a topic ...