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THE FRACTURED FAMILY by Leontine Young: Is the family a dying institution? .
THE FRACTURED FAMILY by Leontine Young: Is the family a dying institution? Have communes and the generation gap completely eroded its foundations? Is the concept of family living obsolete? Dr. Leontine Young deals with these and other questions in this absorbing book; her answers are disturbing, provocative, yet full of hope.
Publication: xxx : McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1973Description: 151 . ewey: 30. 5 Y73fSubject: Family. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.
In her new book, Amity and Prosperity, journalist Eliza Griswold provides a deeply human counterpoint to this political fray. She takes on the decidedly fraught issue of energy extraction through a vivid, compassionate portrait of one family living in the long shadow of industry. Griswold chronicles these escalating horrors with disarming intimacy. Meara Sharma, The Washington Post.
The Fractured Family These three new books show that the conjugal family has grown fragile.
The Fractured Family. Others are calling for a restoration. We meet her first as the young bride of a striving drafter and ten years later as a struggling single mother of three (ages eleven, nine, and six) working odd jobs and taking classes on the side. We next meet her one precarious remarriage later, and finally as a post-feminist, reborn Christian at the alter of the Global Ministry's Church where she exchanges vows, again, of lasting love. These three new books show that the conjugal family has grown fragile.
Book's title: The fractured family. Library of Congress Control Number: 73002738. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0070723761. McGraw-Hill (c). Physical Description
2018 Colorado Book Award finalist.
2018 Colorado Book Award finalist. It's the Garden of Eden. And the weather is absolutely freezing! The discovery of the body of a young man inside the mausoleum of the Civil War veteran who commissioned this bizarre sculpture park makes the blood of Undersheriff Lottie Albright and her husband's Aunt Dorothy run cold. Dorothy Mercer, paying a visit to Western Kansas from Manhattan, may be a bestselling mystery novelist, but she is truly shocked confronting murder firsthand.
Mathilda lives with her dysfunctional family in an apartment down the hall, and has stopped attending class at her school . During the raid, Stansfield quickly becomes unhinged and murders Mathilda's entire family while she is out shopping for groceries.
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