5 edition of Knock wood found in the catalog.
Published in large print.
|LC Classifications||PN2287.B434 A34 1984b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||443 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||443|
|ISBN 10||0816137641, 0816137765|
|LC Control Number||84015814|
The title of this book, Knock Wood, refers to the dummy that made the Bergens a famous family. Therefore, the story begins and ends with the impact this fame had on Candice's life. However, many years have passed since this book was published; it 5/5(3). Knock Wood is an absolute wonder, and Jennifer Militello is at the top of her form.” —Andre Dubus III, author of Townie and The House of Sand and Fog “[T]he collection is largely an exquisite example of the modern gothic: shadowy, beset by menacing weather and violent feelings, and positively bewitching.” —Publishers Weekly.
Knock Wood by Candice Bergen A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend. Knock on Wood is a must-read for anyone who wants to understand why things happen.” (Darrell Bricker, CEO, Ipsos Public Affairs, co-author of The Big Shift) “Rosenthal is a light-hearted and entertaining writer/5(10).
Knock Wood A Memoir (Book): Militello, Jennifer: "In Knock Wood, the first nonfiction collection by award-winning poet Jennifer Militello, a knock on wood to ward off illness sets in motion a chain of events and memories that call into question the very structure of time. Anchored by a wooden ring, Militello explores her life through the lens of three intertwined elements: the story . Get this from a library! Knock wood: a memoir. [Jennifer Militello] -- "In Knock Wood, the first nonfiction collection by award-winning poet Jennifer Militello, a knock on wood to ward off illness sets in motion a chain of events and memories that call into question the.
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Knock Wood is a book about growing up—about the comedy of expectations that ruled Candice Bergen’s early life, about the ironies that attended her exotic rites of passage. The world offered her a wealth of options: adolescence in Swiss boarding schools; at nineteen, /5().
Knock Wood book. Read 59 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Candice Bergen’s bestselling memoir: an “engaging, intelligent, and /5. Knock Wood is a book about growing up—about the comedy of expectations that ruled Candice Bergen’s early life, about the ironies that attended her exotic rites of passage.
The world offered her a wealth of options: adolescence in Swiss boarding schools; at nineteen, 5/5(1). Candice Bergen's Knock Wood contained the most intelligence and understanding of her everyday moments. It helped that she kept a diary to reference life events.
What comes across clearly is how Candice possesses a mature assurance as a writer which she lacked as a budding newcomer, so the insights prove doubly revealing/5(). In Knock on Wood, with great humour and irreverence, Rosenthal divines the world of luck, fate and chance, putting his considerable scientific acumen to the test in deducing whether luck is real or the mere stuff of superstition.
Knock on Wood is a must-read for anyone who wants to understand why things happen.” - Darrell Bricker, CEO, Ipsos Public Affairs, co-author of The Big Shift “Rosenthal is a light-hearted and entertaining writer. He reveals quirky numerical facts that may surprise you.”. Knock on Wood is the second book in The Ash Brothers series by Jenika Snow.
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Praise for Super Happy Party Bears: Knock Knock on Wood "The pure delight of the story will easily draw youngsters in and probably turn a few grumpy frowns upside down." — The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books (BCCB). From insecure dilettante and rebellious Daddy's Girl to serious actress and Mrs.
Louis Malle: the less-than-compelling psychological soul-journey of beautiful Candiceenlivened, however, by glamorous trimmings and a humorous, intelligent delivery.
First, in a chapter that strains for stylishness (a failing throughout), Bergen recaps the early career of. Knock On Wood is a family owned and operated business located in Lincoln, Rhode Island.
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Knock Wood is a book about growing up—about the comedy of expectations that ruled Candice Bergen’s early life, about the ironies that attended her exotic rites of passage. The world offered her a wealth of options: adolescence in Swiss boarding schools; at nineteen, Released on: J Traditionally, when you speak of your own good fortune, you follow up with a quick knock on a piece of wood to keep your luck from going bad.
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Other researchers consider knocking on wood a more recent phenomenon. In his book “The Lore of the Playground,” British folklorist Steve Roud traces the practice to a 19th century children’s.
Knock Wood by Candice Bergen Linden Press / Candace Bergen was raised in the 's to feel special and unique. A Beverly Hills address and celebrity parents certainly helped that feeling Read full review4/5(5).
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