2 edition of Motherland! found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||LA1131 .M65|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||116 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||116|
|LC Control Number||77369840|
Motherland - eBook () by William Nicholson. “A terrific book with a wonderful understanding of life in pre-war and post-war : Ebook. Motherland. , likes 7, talking about this. Born witches. Made warriors. Watch Motherland: Fort Salem season 1 on Hulu now.
(“Motherland” is created by writer Eliot Laurence, and five of its six exec producers are men.). Freeform has given a episode series order to Motherland: Fort Salem, an hourlong drama from Claws creator Eliot Laurence and executive producers Will Ferrell, Adam McKay and Kevin Messick. One o.
Motherland. , likes 6, talking about this. Born witches. Made warriors. Watch Motherland: Fort Salem season 1 on Hulu now. Motherland A Memoir of Love, Loathing, and Longing (Book): Altman, Elissa: "Elissa and Rita have forever struggled to find their place in each other's worlds. Rita, an overreaching, makeup-addicted, narcissistic Manhattan singer couldn't be more different from Elissa, her gay, taciturn New England writer daughter. Stuck in an outrageous maelstrom of codependency, mother and daughter cannot.
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“Elissa Altman’s haltingly poignant Motherland: A Memoir of Love, Loathing, and Longing captures with clear-eyed candor the ways that Altman struggles to love her mother despite her mother’s insistence on creating Altman in her own image/5(41). Motherland is a vivid, heart-stopping depiction of a German family's struggle to stay together during the devastating Allied bombing of their small town.
You won’t soon forget these characters or the stories they have to tell." —Susan Sherman, The Little Russian/5(). Set in Germany in the winter of /, Motherland is a well written and profoundly sad story inspired by the author’s father and grandparents.
I read a lot of non-fiction and historical fiction about Europe in the ’s and ’s as I am fascinated by what happened and why it happened/5. Motherland is inspired by stories from author Maria Hummel’s father and his German childhood, and letters between her grandparents that were hidden in an attic wall for fifty years.
It is the author’s attempt to reckon with the paradox of her father—a product of her grandparents’ fiercely protective love and their status as Mitläufer, Germans who “went along” with Nazism, reaping its /5().
Equal parts moving and wickedly funny, Motherland is a fresh take on modern marriage that confirms Amy Sohn as one of our most insightful commentators on relationships and parenting in America ed on: J British author and screenwriter William Nicholson's new novel, "Motherland" is, in part, peopled with characters he's included in previous novels/5(72).
Motherland is a memoir by Elissa Altman about her relationship with her mother Rita, a former television singer. She talks about her time growing up with her and the relationship she has with her now. I have a tense relationship with my own mother and I related to a lot of what Elissa Altman wrote about in her book/5.
Motherland' by Jo McMillan is a pretty unusual novel (more of a memoir), as it is based around the author's experience of growing up with a staunchly communist mother, who began a 'relationship' of sorts with Communist Germany (German Democratic Republic or GDR) when the Berlin Wall was in place and it was pretty unwise to do so.3/5.
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My research was extremely thorough, through books, news reports, and firsthand accounts. Lord Mountbatten is a real person, a controversial figure in recent British history, who was assassinated by the IRA in He has turned out to be one of the linking figures both in Motherland and in the book Released on: J Mother Land was the first book I've read by Paul Theroux.
Other reviewers indicate it's partly autobiographical and perhaps it is - I don't know. I do know this author has a fabulous way with words and constructed 8 main characters with such distinct personalities that I loved and hated each of them throughout the book for their behavior/5.
MOTHERLAND is the first in a gripping series of crime novels set in contemporary St Petersburg, featuring sharp and intriguing policewoman, Captain Natalya Ivanova/5.
Motherland is a story that touches every home and every life, mapping the ferocity of maternal love, moral obligation, the choices women make about motherhood, and the possibility of healing. Lauren Beukes writes novels, comics and screeplays.
She's the author of the critically acclaimed international bestseller Broken Monsters, as well as The Shining Girls, about a time traveling serial killer, Zoo City, a phantasmagorical Joburg noir and winner of the Arthur C Clarke Award, and the neo-political thriller Moxyland/5(38).
Theroux’s new novel Mother Land has as an epigraph the famous lines from WB Yeats’s “Remorse for Intemperate Speech”: “Great hatred, little room, / Maimed us at the start. / I carry from. Motherland is the culmination of a lifetime of reflection and a decade of research.
It is an epic story of survival, adventure, and new life. “In Motherland, Elissa Altman brilliantly untwists her own lifelong passionate-but-fraught motherdaughter fully written, infused with humor, sorrow, and hardwon clarity, this memoir is a triumph of writerly and daughterly empathy.” KATE CHRISTENSEN, author.
The outlet described the series, "Set in an alternate America where witches ended their persecution years ago by cutting a deal with the U.S.
government to fight for their country, Motherland. It's rare that a show exceeds expectations, but MOTHERLAND: FORT SALEM does just that. The world is intriguing and original.
The story setup is strong (like a HUNGER GAMES meets THE CRAFT). The tone is much more grounded and serious than CW fare (like LEGACIES), which gives the show greater depth and gravitas. Julia finds that working from home is impossible due to all the tasks she has to do for her family.
Meg tells her this is her 'mother’s load': all the things that no one else will do but that need to be done to keep the home running. Julia removes herself to the cafe to work but even there finds that it. Doerr presents us with two intricate stories, both of which take place during World War II; late in the novel, inevitably, they intersect.
In AugustMarie-Laure LeBlanc is a blind year-old living in the walled port city of Saint-Malo in Brittany and hoping to escape the effects of Allied : Maria Hummel.
Motherland is inspired by stories from author Maria Hummel’s father and his German childhood, and letters between her grandparents that were hidden in an attic wall for fifty years. It is the author’s attempt to reckon with the paradox of her father—a product of her grandparents’ fiercely protective love and their status as Mitläufer, Germans who “went along” with Nazism, reaping /5(9).