4 edition of About the house found in the catalog.
About the house
Knight, Jill Dame.
|LC Classifications||DA591.K65 A3 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 215 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||215|
|LC Control Number||96164505|
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About the House is a book co-written (in roughly alternating sections) by a father and daughter, who use their family home as a springboard for explorations of their relationship and themselves/5.
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Eligible for Prime shipping. Satisfaction guaranteed. Thank you and Enjoy your : Jenny Slate, Ron Slate. About the House is a worthwhile collection that both implements and critically evaluates Lévi-Strauss's notion of the 'house society' in studies drawn from Southeast Asia and Amazonia.
For both the teacher and the scholar, this book is worth the reading.'/5(2). About the House with Henri de Marne: Expanded E-Book Edition and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Learn more/5(16). The House Book is the first and best book on the subject of the home.
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The House by Simon Lelic is a psychological thriller about abuse, lies and murder. I found this book hard to follow in parts as it was written as diary entries from two different people.
The story had many twists and turns and kept me guessing until the end/5. The Househunter: Room by Room. 7th February Right then let’s see what you make of this.
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But times have changed. As Oliver pointed out, these houses often have big. The house in this novel exerts so much influence over the lives of the characters, sometimes more so than the other people in their lives.
The house, with its big windows and ornate design is a symbol of success for Cyril Conroy, the self made real estate developer/5. In About the House, the Slates share their family stories, memories, quirks, and confessions in a singular collection of stories, essays, and poems that range from profound to profane.
Remarkably touching, often hilarious, and unfailingly human, this unusual father-daughter dialogue takes a look at family like no other work since well, since nothing else. The House Book, written by Keith DuQuette tells a story about how a house is created and the importance of a house.
Children learn how a house is created from wall to wall and ceiling to floor. They learn about the different shapes that go into a house and About the house book a house shelters are needs/5.
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This month, #ReadWithJenna book club participants have been falling in love with Ann Patchett's "The Dutch House," a modern fairy tale that's perfect for. To me, the house is just symbolic of the life. It’s a book about wealth and poverty, and the sort of whiplash of going back and forth between those two states.
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This reading comprehension worksheet tells a simple story about a house. The short story describes different things about the house and they people that live there. Kids are asked to read the story and then to answer the questions at the bottom of the page. This worksheet is perfect for any kids that are developing their reading comprehension.
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In perhaps the most dramatic scene in the book, Maeve and Danny sit in their parked car and watch as their stepmother emerges from the Dutch House to retrieve her newspaper.
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