Cherry

Author: Lindsey Rosin
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1481459082
Size: 18.94 MB
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"Four best friends make a pact to lose their virginity before they graduate high school"--

Cherry

Author: Mary Karr
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101650745
Size: 37.74 MB
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Parts of Cherry will leave you gasping with laughter. Karr assembles a self from the smokiest beginnings, delivering a long-awaited sequel that is both "bawdy and wise" (San Francisco Chronicle).

Cherry

Author: Booth Tarkington
Publisher: Literary Licensing, LLC
ISBN: 9781497978096
Size: 61.21 MB
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This Is A New Release Of The Original 1903 Edition.

Cherry The Cake Fairy

Author: Daisy Meadows
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
ISBN: 0545221684
Size: 59.30 MB
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Cherry the cake fairy comes to the rescue on Kristy's birthday, stopping Jack Frost's goblins who are threatening to take Kristy's candles and ruin her cake.

The Cherry Orchard

Author: Anton Chekhov
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486112748
Size: 38.44 MB
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Classic of world drama concerns passing of semifeudal order in turn-of-the-century Russia, symbolized in the sale of the cherry orchard owned by Madame Ranevskaya. Showcases Chekhov's rich sensitivities as an observer of human nature.

Sexing The Cherry

Author: Jeanette Winterson
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
ISBN: 9780802198709
Size: 20.47 MB
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Winterson leads the reader from discussions on the nature of time to Jordan’s fascination with journeys concealed within other journeys, all with a dizzying speed that shoots the reader from epiphany to shimmering epiphany.

Chekhov The Cherry Orchard

Author: James N. Loehlin
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521825938
Size: 13.94 MB
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The original production of The Cherry Orchard, directed by Constantin
Stanislavsky, with Chekhov's wife Olga Knipper as Ranevskaya,
wasoneofthemostinfluentialproductionsofanyplayin the history of world theatre.
Nonetheless, its author was never happy with it: “Stanislavsky has ruined my play
,” he famously complained.1 The production was fraught with conflict from the
beginning, even before the play was completed. Apart from the vexed question of
the play's tone – Chekhov ...