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You People by Nikita Lalwani

Title You People
Author Nikita Lalwani
Publisher Penguin UK
Release 2020-04-02
Category Fiction
Total Pages 240
ISBN 0241987083
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'A moving, authentic, humane novel which raises fundamental questions about what it means to be kind in an unkind world' Guardian ____________________________________________ The Pizzeria Vesuvio looks like any other Italian restaurant in London - with a few small differences. The chefs who make the pizza fiorentinas are Sri Lankan, and half the kitchen staff are illegal immigrants. At the centre is Tuli, the restaurant's charismatic proprietor and resident Robin Hood, who promises to help anyone in need. Welsh nineteen-year-old Nia, haunted by her troubled past, is running from her family. Shan, having fled the Sri Lankan civil war, is desperate to find his. But when Tuli's guidance leads them all into dangerous territory, and the extent of his mysterious operation unravels, each is faced with an impossible moral choice. In a world where the law is against you, how far would you be willing to lie for a chance to live? ____________________________________________ 'Intelligent and heart-piercing - an exceptional novel about the Britain we live in, even if we choose not to see it' Kamila Shamsie, author of Home Fire 'Asks tough questions about the nature of goodness in an unfair society' Sunday Telegraph BOOK OF THE WEEK 'Lively, poetically written and above all compassionate' Sunday Times 'A female lead who isn't defined by a romantic story arc? Yes please. Lalwani's serious, ravishing way of writing about the secret life of Britain is just what we need' Times

What Love Means to You People by Nancy Kay Shapiro

Title What Love Means to You People
Author Nancy Kay Shapiro
Publisher Macmillan
Release 2007-04-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9781429908764
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A powerful debut about a young man whose denial of his past nearly destroys the new life he seeks Shaking off his hellish adolescence in a nowhere Nebraska town (and leaving a beloved younger sister to fend for herself in the same hostile environment), Seth McKenna escapes to make a new reality for himself as a struggling artist in Manhattan. When he falls hard for Jim Glaser, an alluring older man who is astonished to find in Seth the second love of his life, it seems simpler to gloss over his old life in Drinkwater and the history he used to have. Jim, who expected to remain alone forever, is happy to start over, too, and theirs becomes a tender, sexy romance. Although Seth seems to have successfully put his past behind him to become the man he wants to be---the kind of man Jim can cherish---his childhood rushes back unexpectedly and with a vengeance. When Seth's sister, Cassie, arrives in the city with significant secrets and plans of her own, Drinkwater's intractable demands force Seth to revisit his hidden past. What Jim learns about Seth's concealments threatens to destroy their new life together. An engrossing contemporary drama of family ties both imposed and chosen, What Love Means to You People presents an indelible, illuminating look at the survival of the human spirit through willful reinvention and the power of love. Advance Praise for What Love Means to You People "A powerful debut novel--smart, sexy, and highly readable. NancyKay Shapiro's characters are subtly observed and movingly human."--Regina McBride, author of The Marriage Bed "Profound and moving. Shapiro dares to reimagine suffering and takes us on a journey to love and back. Seth McKenna will get under your skin. I am touched."--Abha Dawesar, author of Babyji "NancyKay Shapiro's debut is a powerful and knowing look at what can happen to love when the past bubbles up into the present. Elegantly written, this is a moving and surprising novel that doesn't let you go."--Katharine Weber, author of The Little Women, The Music Lesson, and Objects in Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear

Title The People s Home Journal
Author
Publisher
Release 1921
Category Dressmaking
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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First Report from the Select Committee on Race Relations and Immigration Session 1977 78 by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on Race Relations and Immigration

Title First Report from the Select Committee on Race Relations and Immigration Session 1977 78
Author Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on Race Relations and Immigration
Publisher
Release 1978
Category Commonwealth of Nations
Total Pages 474
ISBN 9780102919783
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Your Young Child and You by Eleanor Weisberger

Title Your Young Child and You
Author Eleanor Weisberger
Publisher
Release 1975
Category Child development
Total Pages 171
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Transactions by National Safety Council

Title Transactions
Author National Safety Council
Publisher
Release 1973
Category Industrial safety
Total Pages
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Lok Sabha Debates by India. Parliament. Lok Sabha

Title Lok Sabha Debates
Author India. Parliament. Lok Sabha
Publisher
Release 1978
Category India
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Battle for Democracy by Rexford Guy Tugwell

Title The Battle for Democracy
Author Rexford Guy Tugwell
Publisher New York : Greenwood Press
Release 1969
Category United States
Total Pages 330
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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