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Motherhood Lost by Linda L. Layne

Title Motherhood Lost
Author Linda L. Layne
Publisher Routledge
Release 2014-02-04
Category Social Science
Total Pages 368
ISBN 1135222231
Language English, Spanish, and French
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First Published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Lost Mother by Joon Kim

Title The Lost Mother
Author Joon Kim
Publisher iUniverse
Release 2008-02-01
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 308
ISBN 0595441947
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Lost Mother is the memoir of Iltang, an acclaimed Korean/Japan painter whowas born in 1922. His Korean mother, Ilyeopwas a well-known feminist poetwho, after his birth, renounced the worldto enter into Buddhist monastic life. Iltang's father was the scion of an aristocratic Japanese family. Their relationship was romantic but ultimatelydoomed. In a life marked by war and disruption; Iltang finally attained both theartistic success he craved, and the spiritualenlightenment he sought in later life. The longing for his "real"mother never left him, however, and it provided him the psychological impetus to succeed in both the worldly andspiritual realms. Iltang's dramatic life story ismade even more vibrant by the chaotic historical context intowhich he was born. It is an interesting portrayal of a unique time and place and an inspiring look at one man's incredible ability to overcome adversity.

The Lost Mother by Anne Summers

Title The Lost Mother
Author Anne Summers
Publisher Melbourne Univ. Publishing
Release 2010
Category Mothers and daughters
Total Pages 385
ISBN 0522857396
Language English, Spanish, and French
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My mother had just turned ten in mid-1933 when a young woman approached her as they were both leaving Mass at St Joan of Arc's in Brighton...The woman was an artist and she would like to paint her portrait... After her mother's death in 2005, Anne Summers inherits a portrait of her mother as a child. Mesmerised by this image, she finds herself drawn into the story of how the portrait was painted and eventually found its way into her family. She soon learns the artist painted another portrait of her mother; this time as the Madonna. In a gripping narrative that is part art history, part detective story and part meditation on the relations between mothers and daughters, Anne's search for the Madonna painting and the mysterious Russian migr collector who bought both paintings takes her down unexpected paths. Her search soon turns into a parallel quest to rescue Constance Stokes, the artist, from obscurity, and to learn why the collector suddenly abandoned the paintings. Along the way Anne finds she must face the truth of the relationship she had with her mother. In turn hypnotic and moving, The Lost Mother is a powerful exploration of art, loss and love.

The Lost Mother by Mary McGarry Morris

Title The Lost Mother
Author Mary McGarry Morris
Publisher Open Road Media
Release 2017-12-12
Category Fiction
Total Pages 266
ISBN 1504048075
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Abandoned by his wife, a man tries to protect his family during the Great Depression, in this “powerful” novel by the bestselling author of Songs in Ordinary Time (Publishers Weekly). During the Great Depression, rural Vermont suffers along with the rest of the country, and Henry Talcott, with only occasional work as a butcher, is reduced to moving into a tent on the edge of Black Pond with his two children. Their beautiful but unreliable mother has left them, and Henry is devastated by her desertion. He hasn’t told Thomas or Margaret why she left—or if she will return. Told from twelve-year-old Thomas’s perspective, The Lost Mother follows this shattered family as a wealthy neighbor begins to woo the children as companions for her strange, housebound son, and Henry weighs an unexpected proposition, the consequences of which may cost him everything. “A perfectly lovely story about perfectly awful things” by the New York Times–bestselling and National Book Award–nominated author of A Dangerous Woman and Light from a Distant Star, The Lost Mother is “the quietest, subtlest novel that has ever kept [its readers] up into the small hours of the night, unable to look away” (The Washington Post).

A Lost Mother by George Barlow

Title A Lost Mother
Author George Barlow
Publisher
Release 1892
Category
Total Pages 153
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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How I Lost My Mother by Leslie Swartz

Title How I Lost My Mother
Author Leslie Swartz
Publisher Wits University Press
Release 2021-03-01
Category Psychology
Total Pages 252
ISBN 1776146956
Language English, Spanish, and French
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How I Lost My Mother is a deeply felt account of the relationship between a mother and son, and an exploration of what care for the dying means in contemporary society The book is emotionally complex – funny, sad and angry – but above all, heartfelt and honest. It speaks boldly of challenges faced by all of us, challenges which are often not spoken about and hidden, but which deserve urgent attention. This is first and foremost a work of the heart, a reflection on what relationships mean and should mean. There is much in the book about relationships of care and exploitation in southern Africa, and about white Jewish identity in an African context. But despite the specific and absorbing references to places and contexts, the book offers a broader, more universal view. All parents of adult children, and all adults who have parents alive, or have lost their parents, will find much in this book to make them laugh, cry, think and feel.

Title Kudara The Lost Empire Mother of Japan
Author
Publisher Hyuntae Chung
Release 2021-06-02
Category Architecture
Total Pages 71
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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History is written by victors. Distortion is their close friend in such a manner that they can give shame to the conquered to finally make them mentally weak. At the age of imperialism, this savage tactic was frequently used by colonialists to humiliate the identity of the conquered. They thought that they could easily control the conquered if they were mentally weak. Moreover, mainstream historians don't try to research it further to correct the humiliated spirit of their people. Rather, they sit on the existing history and enjoy comfort as professors in colleges. Do they fear new theories? Most of them fear that some progressive historians could come up with new theories and ultimately threaten their current blissful positions. As for them, correct history and new theories are enemies. Here I present you my book created based on historic records, so it will enrich your knowledge of Korean history. If you like, you can study deep after reading this book. Well, I hope you will do so.

Title Moondance A single mother A long lost lover A magic song
Author Judith Arnold
Publisher Judith Arnold
Release 2015-07-02
Category Fiction
Total Pages 175
ISBN 1940547113
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Magic Jukebox sits in the Faulk Street Tavern in the quiet seaside town of Brogan’s Point, Massachusetts. No one knows what classic rock songs will come out of the jukebox when a coin is inserted, but every now and then, the jukebox will play a song that casts a spell on two bar patrons—a song that will change their lives and open their hearts to love. Cory Malone and Talia Roszik married as teenagers after Talia became pregnant. Their marriage didn’t last, but their love for their daughter did. Fifteen years after their divorce, Wendy Malone is graduating from high school, and Cory has traveled to Brogan’s Point for the occasion. But Cory’s and Talia’s plans—and their emotions—are thrown into turmoil when they hear the Magic Jukebox play “Moondance.” Can a single song make them forget all the hurt and rediscover the love that once brought them together?

Confessions of a Lost Mother by Elisa M. Barton

Title Confessions of a Lost Mother
Author Elisa M. Barton
Publisher Elisa m Barton
Release 1996
Category Social Science
Total Pages 157
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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How I Lost My Mother by Leslie Swartz

Title How I Lost My Mother
Author Leslie Swartz
Publisher NYU Press
Release 2021-03
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 252
ISBN 1776146948
Language English, Spanish, and French
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How I Lost My Mother is a deeply felt account of the relationship between a mother and son, and an exploration of what care for the dying means in contemporary society The book is emotionally complex – funny, sad and angry – but above all, heartfelt and honest. It speaks boldly of challenges faced by all of us, challenges which are often not spoken about and hidden, but which deserve urgent attention. This is first and foremost a work of the heart, a reflection on what relationships mean and should mean. There is much in the book about relationships of care and exploitation in southern Africa, and about white Jewish identity in an African context. But despite the specific and absorbing references to places and contexts, the book offers a broader, more universal view. All parents of adult children, and all adults who have parents alive, or have lost their parents, will find much in this book to make them laugh, cry, think and feel.

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