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Me Too Woody

Author : Heidi Kilgras
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Jessie feels left out when Woody and Buzz play checkers and seesaw together, but when they start a baseball game, she and the other toys get to join the game.

Historical Dictionary of Woody Allen

Author : William Brigham
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Historical Dictionary of Woody Allen contains a chronology, an introduction, a filmography, an appendix, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has over 600 cross-referenced entries on the actors, actresses, cinematographers, editors, designers, and producers he’s worked with as well as his films and awards.

Thorn on the Rose A Woody Creek Novel 2

Author : Joy Dettman
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The second book in the dark and addictive Woody Creek series from bestselling Australian author Joy Dettman "Dettman writes compulsively readable stories" The Age Spanning a momentous wartime decade, Thorn on the Rose is the spellbinding sequel to Pearl in a Cage It is 1939 and Jenny Morrison, distraught and just fifteen years of age, has fled the tiny logging community of Woody Creek for a new life in the big smoke. But four months later she is back - wiser, with an expensive new wardrobe, and bearing another dark secret... She takes refuge with Gertrude, her dependable granny and Woody Creek's indomitable midwife, and settles into a routine in the ever-expanding and chaotic household. But can she ever put the trauma of her past behind her and realise her dream of becoming a famous singer? Or is she doomed to follow in the footsteps of her tragic and mysterious mother? "You can't fail to enjoy this portrait of rural Australian life in the wartime years with its many sorrows, joys and challenges." Woman's Day Fans of Rosalie Ham's The Dressmaker will love Joy Dettman.

The Unruly Life of Woody Allen

Author : Marion Meade
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“A psychologically nuanced, tough-minded portrait” of the New York filmmaker and his relationships with Mia Farrow and Soon-Yi Previn (Publishers Weekly). Writer, director, actor, humorist. Woody Allen stands as one of our era’s most celebrated artists. Starting in the 1950s, Allen began crafting a larger‐than‐life neurotic persona that has since entertained and enlightened millions. In his films, widely thought to be autobiographical explorations of his own comic fears and fixations, Allen carefully controlled the public’s view of him as a lovable scamp. But that all came crashing down the day Mia Farrow found a Polaroid on her mantle. What followed was a flurry of sensational headlines and legal battles. His relationship with Soon‐Yi Previn, thirty-four years his junior and the step‐daughter of his longtime girlfriend, caused shockwaves in the public’s perception of the director, yet few biographers and journalists have explored what happened and why. In this, the first deep investigation of Allen’s life and the events surrounding his split with Farrow, biographer Marion Meade tracks down dozens of friends, actors, neighbors, and film historians. They open up with insights and details rare in the world of wealth and celebrity. What results is a fascinating portrait of a flawed genius, as adept at constructing his own image as he is at crafting films. Rereleased and updated, this is an unauthorized biography that neither Woody Allen’s fans nor his detractors will be able to put down. The revised and updated edition was reviewed in the Wall Street Journal in 2013 by Carl Rollyson, in a roundup of the five best Hollywood biographies.

Pearl in a Cage A Woody Creek Novel 1

Author : Joy Dettman
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The first book in the dark and addictive Woody Creek series from bestselling Australian author Joy Dettman "Dettman writes compulsively readable stories" The Age Spanning two momentous decades and capturing rural Australia's complex and mysterious heart, Pearl in a Cage is unputdownable. On a balmy midsummer's evening in 1923, a young woman - foreign, dishevelled and heavily pregnant - is found unconscious just off the railway tracks in the tiny logging community of Woody Creek. The town midwife, Gertrude Foote, is roused from her bed when the woman is brought to her door. Try as she might, Gertrude is unable to save her - but the baby lives. When no relatives come forth to claim the infant, Gertrude's daughter Amber - who has recently lost a son in childbirth - and her husband Norman take the child in. In the ensuing weeks, Norman becomes convinced that God has sent the baby to their door, and in an act of reckless compassion, he names the baby Jennifer and registers her in place of his son. Loved by some but scorned by more - including her stepmother and stepsister who resent the interloper - Jenny survives her childhood and grows into an exquisite and talented young woman. But who were her parents? Why does she so strongly resemble an old photograph of Gertrude's philandering husband? And will she one day fulfil her potential? "Joy Dettman is a natural-born storyteller whose dark tales of rural life are addictive ..." The Age Fans of Rosalie Ham's The Dressmaker will love Joy Dettman.

Woody Cisco Me

Author : Jim Longhi
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Provides an account of folk singers Woody Guthrie and Cisco Houston's time in the merchant marines by one of their shipmates

The Reluctant Film Art of Woody Allen

Author : Peter J. Bailey
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For three decades, no American filmmaker has been as prolific -- or as paradoxical -- as Woody Allen. From Play It Again, Sam (1972) through Celebrity (1998) and Sweet and Lowdown (1999), Allen has produced an average of one film a year, yet in many of these films Allen reveals a progressively skeptical attitude toward both the value of art and the cultural contributions of artists. In examining Allen's filmmaking career, The Reluctant Film Art of Woody Allen demonstrates that his movies often question whether the projected illusions of magicians/artists benefit audience or artists. Other Allen films dramatize the opposed conviction that the consoling, life-redeeming illusions of art are the best solution humanity has devised to the existential dilemma of being a death-foreseeing animal. Peter Bailey demonstrates how Allen's films repeatedly revisit and reconfigure this tension between image and reality, art and life, fabrication and factuality, with each film reaching provisional resolutions that a subsequent movie will revise. Merging criticism and biography, Bailey identifies Allen's ambivalent views of the artistic enterprise as a key to understanding his entire filmmaking career. Because of its focus upon filmmaker Sandy Bates's conflict between entertaining audiences and confronting them with bleak human actualities, Stardust Memories is a central focus of the book. Bailey's examination of Allen's art/life dialectic also draws from the off screen drama of Allen's very public separation from Mia Farrow, and the book accordingly construes such post-scandal films as Bullets Over Broadway and Mighty Aphrodite as Allen's oblique cinematic responses to that tabloid tempest. By illuminating the thematic conflict at the heart of Allen's work, Bailey seeks not only to clarify the aesthetic designs of individual Allen films but to demonstrate how his oeuvre enacts an ongoing debate the screenwriter/director has been conducting with himself between creating cinematic narratives affirming the saving powers of the human imagination and making films acknowledging the irresolvably dark truths of the human condition.

Woody and Me

Author : Jo R. Hall, PhD
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If your best friend’s deepest secret was a deep, internal struggle between good and evil, could you keep that secret from everyone for decades? Elizabeth has done just that for her friend Woody. She knows of his past—about his drunk and abusive mother. She knows Woody was raised to subdue all emotion into numbness. He wants to be normal, but he fears he may become a serial killer—or that someone else will discover his secret. Woody finds a place to express his bloodlust in the US Navy, during the early years of the Vietnam conflict. Once back to civilian life, though, he has trouble adjusting to the idea that murder is no longer his duty; outside the military, murder is a crime. He still longs for revenge on his childhood torturers, but he knows that by hunting them, by killing them, he will be just like them. Through these internal battles, Elizabeth is always there, keeping the truth of Woody’s past and present fantasies a secret. Together, they share details of their own personal defects and romantic relationships. Their friendship keeps Woody from becoming a monster, but how long will Elizabeth be able to calm Woody’s demons without awakening some of her own?

The Sickle s Compass A Story of Love War and Alzheimer s

Author : Stephen Woodfin
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When Battle of the Bulge veteran, Woody Wilson, realizes that Alzheimer's is about to ground him forever, he goes on the run. While the police, his wife of sixty years, and his only son search for him, a diabolical mystery man from Woody's past tracks him down and kidnaps him. He escapes his captor only to find himself facing an automatic life sentence in a criminal justice system gone haywire. Thrown into events he neither controls nor understands, he demonstrates in his last heroic battle the depth of his inner resolve never to fail those he loves. The Sickle's Compass, Stephen Woodfin's fourth novel, is a fast-paced legal thriller, a poignant story of threadbare yet resilient love, and a scathing indictment of America's refusal to make preparation for the coming tsunami: Alzheimer's Disease.

You Can Say You Knew Me When

Author : K.M. Soehnlein
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Charming underachiever Jamie Garner is living a sexy slacker's life in San Francisco during the dot-com boom--avoiding his stalled career as a radio producer, barely holding on to his relationship, but surrounded by fun-loving friends. And then Jamie gets the call he's always dreaded: Teddy, the father who never accepted him, has died. It's time for the prodigal son to come home to the subdivisions and strip malls of suburban New Jersey to face the emotionally barren family he left behind years ago. Caught between the guilt he wants to shake and the grief he can't express, Jamie takes solace in a box of memorabilia he finds in the attic, marked "1960," the year his father spent in San Francisco but kept secret. Jamie is especially drawn to a moody, enigmatic photo of the stunning Dean Foster, his dad's closest friend, who headed west then mysteriously disappeared. Determined to unlock the mystery of his father, Jamie seeks out the artists and poets, the free spirits and wild men mentioned in Teddy's letters to Dean. It's a journey that takes him deep into the subcultures of San Francisco, from the bohemian heyday of the Beat Generation through the Internet mania of his contemporary world, even as it unleashes something primal, hungry, and slightly dangerous in Jamie. As his search for the elusive Dean Foster turns ever more obsessive, undermining his friendships, his income, and his fidelity to his partner, Jamie is forced to decide what he is willing to risk in the pursuit of the truth. "Engaging . . . the flow and intensity of the writing make it difficult to put Soehnlein's book down . . . With remarkably stylish and witty prose, Soehnlein keeps the reading convincing and compelling, displaying a knack for giving just enough detail to put the reader right in the scene."--The San Francisco Chronicle

Cherokee Stories of the Turtle Island Liars Club

Author : Christopher B. Teuton
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Cherokee Stories of the Turtle Island Liars' Club paints a vivid, fascinating portrait of a community deeply grounded in tradition and dynamically engaged in the present. A collection of forty interwoven stories, conversations, and teachings about Western Cherokee life, beliefs, and the art of storytelling, the book orchestrates a multilayered conversation between a group of honored Cherokee elders, storytellers, and knowledge-keepers and the communities their stories touch. Collaborating with Hastings Shade, Sammy Still, Sequoyah Guess, and Woody Hansen, Cherokee scholar Christopher B. Teuton has assembled the first collection of traditional and contemporary Western Cherokee stories published in over forty years. Not simply a compilation, Cherokee Stories of the Turtle Island Liars' Club explores the art of Cherokee storytelling, or as it is known in the Cherokee language, gagoga (gah-goh-ga), literally translated as "he or she is lying." The book reveals how the members of the Liars' Club understand the power and purposes of oral traditional stories and how these stories articulate Cherokee tradition, or "teachings," which the storytellers claim are fundamental to a construction of Cherokee selfhood and cultural belonging. Four of the stories are presented in both English and Cherokee.

Woody Allen and Philosophy

Author : Mark T. Conard
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Fifteen philosophers representuing different schools of thought answer the question what is Woody Allen trying to say in his films? And why should anyone care? Focusing on different works and varied aspects of Allen's multifaceted output, these essays explore the philosophical undertones of Anne Hall, Crimes and Misdemeanors, Manhattan, A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy and reminds us that just because the universe is meaningless and life is pointless is no reason to commit suicide.

Instant Infinity

Author : Kris Alan Hanchett MD
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Instant Infinity is the first installment of a trilogy and a work of fiction based on fact. The story is told by Rose, a recent medical school graduate who is entering her medical internship in the morning. She is a bit anxious and is reminded of a summer when she was 12 & living in the Philippines with her American father & Philippina mother. During that year, while attending summer classes she was given an assignment to follow one of her parents at work for a week & report on her experience. Mom was out of town which left dad; her dad, the doctor. She bemused Why couldnt he have been something simple, like a gardener? The night before her assignment dad presented her with a poem he had written years earlier titled Instant Infinity which asks are we the victims of circumstance or are we the architects of it? This is the basic premise of the story. She didnt understand a word of it. However, the next day on her very first case something caught her attention. It happened so quickly that she feared shed missed it. She suspected it had something to do with dads poem, but it was gone as quickly as it had come. As the week wore on & the cases came faster & were more complex this happened again & again and she grew ever closer to experiencing what her dad often referred to as that fleeting whisper of a moment when everything seems to make sense; Instant Infinity.

Woody s Adventures Series

Author : Kathy Kingsbury-Ansite
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Woody's Adventures is a delightful interactive series about Woody, an orange tabby cat with a crooked tail. In Book One, Good Fortune, Woody is four years old and lives at Wood's Humane Society while waiting to be adopted. In this story, Woody and his friends learn the value of patience, listening and a joyful spirit.They also play and have fun while creating what a wise shepherd named Old Dog calls, "good fortune." Meet Woody's guardian angel. A tiny cat with wings and and a halo. She is small, smart, and bothersome. Woody refers to her as Guardian Angel Cat. Sam, a flea, lives in Woody's fur coat. Sam likes to dig in with his all-flea rock band. Christine and Anna are college students managing the critters living at the shelter. One night, Old Dog tells Woody how he creates "good fortune" every day at Wood's Humane Society. According to Old Dog, everyone has the ability to create their own good fortune. However, not everyone understands what it is. Old Dog promises Woody to show him how he does it. Together, they plan to meet on the patio during the next full moon. Join them all at a fancy cat show, in the bathtub, and on the patio at the shelter during a full moon. Share in their exciting adventures and then consider the questions in the Something to Think About sections. Both reader and listener will enjoy the thought process. Sit back, kick off your shoes and enjoy Book One, Good Fortune.

What We Don t Talk About When We Talk About MeToo

Author : Joann Wypijewski
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An exquisite examination of a sexual culture in crisis What if we took sex out of the box marked “special,” either the worst or best thing that a human person can experience, and considered it within the complexity of reality? In this extraordinary book, despite longstanding tabloid-style sexual preoccupations with monsters and victims, shame and virtue, JoAnn Wypijewski does exactly that. From the HIV crisis to the paedophile priest panic, Woody Allen to Brett Kavanaugh, child pornography to Abu Ghraib, Wypijewski takes the most famous sex panics of the last decades and turns them inside out, weaving what together becomes a searing indictment of modern sexual politics, exposing the myriad ways sex panics and the expansion of the punitive state are intertwined. What emerges is an examination of the multiple ways in which the ever-expanding default language of monsters and victims has contributed to the repressive power of the state. Politics exists in the mess of life. Sex does too, Wypijewski insists, and so must sexual politics, to make any sense at all.

There s Mel There s Woody and There s You

Author : Bruce Kimmel
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Bruce Kimmel has managed to eke out a career in one form of show business or another for over forty years. A successful Grammy-nominated record producer, Kimmel began his show business journey as an actor, in a time when being a young up-and-coming thespian was fun, thrilling, and when anything seemed possible. It was a different world for a young actor in the 1970s, and Kimmel's journey is paved with laughs, tears, success, and an amazing cast of players. At twenty-seven, he wrote, co-directed, and starred in a film that would become a major cult success, the First Nudie Musical. He did TV pilots, guest shots, series, plays. He met and worked with incredible people. It was the kind of time we will never see again. And then things changed. The nature of the business changed. And the path to dealing with those changes—getting older, trying to survive in an ever increasingly negative and cutthroat world—becomes a story of reinvention and rebirth. Through it all, Kimmel tells his tale with wit, candor, affection, and self-effacing honesty. Enjoy being the fly on the wall as Kimmel hangs out with Elsa Lanchester, Christopher Isherwood and Don Bachardy; goes to Groucho's house and plays the piano for him; works with Shirley Jones, David Cassidy, Susan Dey on the Partridge Family. We observe his long friendship with Cindy Williams, watch as he works with screen legends Patricia Neal, Jean Simmons, Leslie Nielsen, Patrick Macnee, Bud Cort, and Geraldine Fitzgerald, and as he hangs out with Hugh Hefner at the Playboy mansion., Bruce Kimmel's showbiz tales are loaded with laughs, wide-eyed wonder, and heart.

The Evil Inside

Author : Philip Taffs
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A NEW MILLENNIUM. On 31 December 1999, Australian advertising creative Guy Russell arrives in New York along with his fragile wife and their young son. A painful tragedy has led them to swap Melbourne for Manhattan, and seek a fresh start. A NEW BEGINNING. With a new job secured at a thriving midtown agency, and temporary residence obtained in the Upper West Side's Olcott Hotel - a building with a morbid history of its own - Guy feels that now is the time to lay his troubles to rest. A NEW NIGHTMARE. Yet something won't let him. And as a sinister force from Guy's past begins to scratch its way back into his present, the behaviour of his son, Callum, also starts to become increasingly disturbing and chilling. As Guy begins to believe that Callum is being possessed by this dark force, others fear he is gradually dispossessing himself of his own sanity. And as Guy grapples with whether the evil tormenting him is in his surroundings, his son, or his own mind, he pushes himself ever closer to the edge.

Hot Pursuit

Author : Carolyn Keene
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The Internet...a world without rules, without boundaries. And it’s all just a click away... Ryan Corrigan is not what most people would call a “cool” guy. He’s usually called something more like geek or cyber-nerd. Maybe it’s because he and his mom move almost every year, so he never gets a chance to make friends. Or maybe it’s because he spends most of his time glued to his computer. It’s his friend. But now Ryan’s “friend” has gotten him into some big trouble. If Ryan doesn’t find a real ally fast, he could end up in jail—or worse, a victim of a terrible “accident.” Different people in different places—the one thing they have in common is a new address on the Internet: Danger.com. Where all your fears come true…

Eighteen Woody Allen Films Analyzed

Author : Sander H. Lee
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This new textbook is an abridgment of the author's earlier Woody Allen's Angst: Philosophical Commentaries on His Serious Films (McFarland, 1997; "invaluable"--Choice.) Five main topics are explored: the desire of many of his characters to ground their lives in traditional ethical values despite their realization that such values may no longer be certain; the opposition between pessimism and optimism throughout his films; gender issues relating to romantic love, sexual desire and the ongoing changes in our cultural expectations of both men and women; the idea that contemporary American society is rapidly descending into barbarism precisely because of societal failure to maintain a sense of individual moral responsibility; and a critique of psychoanalysis as a method for understanding human behavior. Instructors considering this book for use in a course may request an examination copy here.

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