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1. William Faulkner And Joan Williams:
2. Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
3. A Change of Luck (Spotlight Books)
4. Hurts So Good: Ellora's Cave Presents
5. Hurts So Good - Romeo; Hurt So
6. Refuge (Full Circle Series #1)
7. Contrapuntal in integration; a
8. Contrapuntal in Integration; a
9. William Faulkner And Joan Williams
10. Contrapuntal in Integration
13. The Modern Androgyne Imagination:

1. William Faulkner And Joan Williams: The Romance of Two Writers
by Lisa C. Hickman
Paperback: 218 Pages (2006-10-27)
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Asin: 0786425997
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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This work looks closely at the relationship between William Faulkner and Memphis novelist Joan Williams. Their story is significant not only in its depth but also in the years of their primary involvement, 1949 to 1953, a period over which Faulkner won both the Nobel Prize and a National Book Award. This is the first book-length study of the Faulkner-Williams relationship, and the first truly attentive consideration of Joan Williams, her impressions of Faulkner, and her commitment to writing. Until now, Williams, an acclaimed novelist, was an outside woman in Faulkner's life. Their affair and friendship is worthy of its own story.

Included here are extensive interviews with Williams conducted over several years about her relationship with Faulkner, their correspondence, and discussions of both his work and her own. It includes all of Williams's letters to Faulkner and his letters, either directly reproduced or paraphrased. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Fascinating!
This excellent book creates the world of Williams and Faulkner with power and passion, leaving no stone unturned.Within its pages, I discovered adventure, life poetry, compassion, complexity, and a splendid analysis of two lives, forever merged.If you love literature and, learning more about the challenges of the human heart, this is a book you must read.Its engaging style is also about the struggle of choice, inconvenience, and the collision of unknown forces.It's about life and how we try to navigate within the inevitable difficult moments to elevate our souls to another dimension.Enjoy! ... Read more

2. Health Promotion and Disease Prevention in Health Care Reform
by Helen Halpin; Faer, Maria; Faulkner, Lisa and Shore, Karen Schauffler
 Paperback: Pages (1994)

Asin: B0045VNMQO
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3. A Change of Luck (Spotlight Books)
by Lisa deMauro
 Paperback: Pages (1997)
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Asin: 0021822190
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4. Hurts So Good: Ellora's Cave Presents
by Gail Faulkner, Lisa Renee Jones, Sahara Kelly
Paperback: 306 Pages (2007-04-03)
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Asin: B0024FAOZU
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Three deliciously sexy stories of sensual healers and their naughty patients....

Gail Faulkner


After years of illness, Lauren is desperate for a reprieve from her stiflingly protective family -- so she joins her best friend Carla for a weekend at her family's ranch. Although Carla warns the cool, collected Lauren about her womanizing cousin Romeo, when Lauren and Romeo first lock eyes, they feel undeniable passion for one another. Romeo knows he can have any women he desires, but now he longs only to care for this sexy little minx -- and has one short weekend to convince her to stay.

Lisa Renee Jones

Hurt So Good

Shy and cautious physical therapist Kelly Marshall is all work and no play. Determined to go to medical school and avoid becoming like her recklessly irresponsible mother, she has always repressed her wildest and most sinful desires. That is, until she meets sexy architect Mark Majors and discovers a deeply sensual side she never knew she had. And when weeks later he appears in her exam room -- needing her healing touch -- she can't help but surrender, once again, to the passion blazing between them.

Sahara Kelly


For fiery redhead Susanna Chalmers, Dylan Sinclair was the handsome muscle-bound guy in high school she could never have. But eleven years later, now a relationship therapist, Susanna sees Dylan in one of her lectures -- and he reminds her of a steamy night after senior prom when he knew he wanted to have his way with her. As a doctor, Susanna knows he isn't relationship material. But as a woman, her extremely aroused body is telling her otherwise.

Step inside Ellora's Cave, where passions run wild and the sexiest fantasies come true....


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Customer Reviews (9)

4-0 out of 5 stars Riveting
A great collection of really engaging stories - I had a hard time putting the book down. Some great scenes and characters in all three - I would certainly recommend it! Hot Hot Hot!

4-0 out of 5 stars 4.5 stars, 3 stars and 2 stars for three stories.
4.5 stars for ROMEO by Gail Faulkner.
Wild and exciting read.It was fun seeing someone so obsessed and in love in a good way with a woman he just met.He treated her so well!Some interesting lines as well.I'm looking forward to trying something else from this author.I keep thinking about this Romeo.Wow!

CAUTION SPOILER:I loved the way Romeo confessed things to her right away on the same day he did them, because he wanted to be totally honest for her.

Sexual language: erotic.Number of sex scenes: five.Setting: current day Texas ranch.Copyright: 2005.Genre: erotic contemporary romance.

Other Books:
For a list of my reviews of other Gail Faulkner books, see my 3 star review of "Ghost Unit: Knot Tonight" posted 12/23/08.

3 stars for HURT SO GOOD by Lisa Renee Jones.
Good erotic scenes, but plot was just ok.I didn't like the way Kelly avoided the relationship.

CAUTION SPOILER:She ran away from him for what I felt was an artificial reason.She felt any relationship would conflict with her schooling and career goals so she avoided having a relationship with Mark.This was not interesting for me.

Sexual language: erotic.Number of sex scenes: five.Setting: current day Manhattan, NY.Copyright: 2005.Genre: erotic contemporary romance.

2 stars for SIZZLE by Sahara Kelly.
Readable but not recommended.The erotic parts were interesting but the plot and characters were not.I didn't like that she had sex with him and then left him because she "found a guy (him) who made her feel."She missed him but wouldn't initiate going back to him.That was not believable for me.

Sexual language: erotic.Number of sex scenes: about six.Setting: current day U.S.Copyright: 2003.Genre: erotic contemporary romance.

2-0 out of 5 stars Does not hurt THAT good
I am not going to go into detail, I see this has been done quite nicely. I am not a big fan of multiple story books and this one did not exceed my expectations. I believe Romeo might not have been too bad if it were full length and more in depth. I thought all the characters, in all the books, lacked passion (but they were lusty). I do not recommend this book, its not a keeper.

3-0 out of 5 stars The first story is rediculous, but the other two are good.
This book is comprised of three short stories. The first story is absurd. I kept saying... "Gosh.. I hope the other two stories are better written." And luckily they were. So 2 out of 3 isn't too bad.

5-0 out of 5 stars Hurts So Good: Ellora's Cave

Romeo by Gail Falkner
On the way to her friend's family's ranch, Lauren discovers that one of the reasons Carla invited her along was to watch her turn down her cousin Romeo. But Carla wasn't counting on Romeo's determination to have Lauren, or Lauren's willingness to be had.

Romeo is a very hot and romantic story. Romeo is all alpha male. I loved his protectiveness and persistence, it's very sexy. Lauren is innocent and sweet and she fits Romeo like a glove.

Hurts So Good by Lisa Renee Jones

It's all work and no play for Kelly Marshall. When she finally lets her hair down, she meets Marc Majors. Marc makes her forget her career and her inhibitions when they share a night of steamy passion. When it's over, Kelly intends to go back to work and forget all about the special night they shared, but Marc won't give up that easily.

In Hurts So Good, Marc is very sexy and Kelly is strong and yet vulnerable. From their first kiss to their last embrace, I found Hurts So Good to be a very romantic and sexy story.

Sizzle by Sahara Kelly

Eleven years ago Dylan Sinclair and Susanna Chalmers shared and intimate moment without ever touching each other. Susana ran off afterwards and Dylan has wanted her ever since. Now Dylan is back, and he intends to show Susana how good they can be together.

Dylan and Susanna are very different and yet they work. Although I really liked seeing Dylan fall hard for Susanna I wasn't sure he would because he is such a playboy. Sizzle has a lot of hot sex and sweet ending too.

All three stories in Hurts So Good are fantasies, and those small improbable details made them sizzle for me! Hurts So Good is a very hot and fun to read anthology.

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5. Hurts So Good - Romeo; Hurt So Good; Sizzle
by Gail; Jones, Lisa Renee; Kelly, Sahara Faulkner
 Paperback: Pages (2007)

Asin: B000UY7TRS
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6. Refuge (Full Circle Series #1) Unabridged (Book 1)
by Lisa Tawn Bergreen
Audio CD: Pages (2002)

Isbn: 1581165544
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Product DescriptionWill the danger that stalks them destroy their life together before it begins?When Rachel Johanssen dared Beth Morgan to answer a personal ad in The Rancher's Journal, she never thought her citified friend would become a bona fide rancher's wife. Now Rachel, too, is falling in love with the glorious valley...as well as with Dirk Tanner, a rugged rancher who makes it his home. Rachel isn't the only San Franciscan newly drawn to the Elk Horn Valley. Jake Rierdon, son of a San Francisco client, has taken a shine to ranch life too--and to beautiful young Emily Walker. But will threats from the present and the past destroy any chance the couples have to build a future? ... Read more

7. Contrapuntal in integration; a study of three Faulkner short story volumes.
by Lisa. Paddock
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Asin: B001K2ES0K
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8. Contrapuntal in Integration; a Study of Three Faulkner Short Story Volumes.
by Lisa Paddock
 Hardcover: Pages (1980)

Asin: B000N5ZW1E
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9. William Faulkner And Joan Williams
by Lisa C./ Bausch, Richard (FRW) Hickman
Paperback: Pages (2006-10-27)

Asin: B001EEF588
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10. Contrapuntal in Integration
by Lisa Olson Paddock
 Paperback: 232 Pages (2000-07-26)
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Asin: 1573092800
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William Faulkner's three short story collections, while lacking the more obvious structural characteristics of his other works, which are novelistic or episodic in nature, demonstrate the concept of "contrapuntal in integration." Paddock explores Faulkner's conception of counterpoint in these collections, where the placement of the units and the contrast between them serve to create a separate experience from reading the individual stories. The author explores the rationale for the structure of "These 13", "Doctor Martino and Other Stories", and "Collected Stories." ... Read more


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13. The Modern Androgyne Imagination: A Failed Sublime
by Lisa Rado
Hardcover: 220 Pages (2000-10-01)
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Asin: 0813919797
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In the late nineteenth century, as changing culturalrepresentations of gender roles and categories made differencesbetween men and women increasingly difficult to define, theorists suchas Havelock Ellis, Richard von Krafft-Ebing, and Sigmund Freud beganto postulate a third, androgynous sex. For many modern artists, thischallenge to familiar hierarchies of gender represented a crisis inartistic authority. Faced with the failure of the romantic muse andother two-sex tropes for the imagination, James Joyce, H. D., WilliamFaulkner, Virginia Woolf, and other modernist writers of both sexesbecame attracted to a culturally specific notion of an androgynousimagination.

In The Modern Androgyne Imagination, Lisa Rado explores the dynamicprocess through which these writers filled the imaginative space leftby the departed muse. For Joyce, the androgynous imagination meantexperimenting with the idea of a "new womanly man." H. D. personifiedher "overmind" as the androgynous Ray Bart. Faulkner supplanted themuse with the hermaphrodite. And Woolf became a kind of psychictranssexual.

Although they selected these particular tropes for different reasons,literary men and women shared the desire to embody perceived strengthsof both sexes and to transcend sexual and artistic limitationaltogether. However, courting this androgynous imagination was a riskyact. It often evoked the dynamics, even the specific vocabulary, ofthe sublime, which Rado characterizes as a perilous confrontation withand attempted identification between self and the transcendentother--that powerful, androgynous creative mind--through which theyhoped to generate authority and find inspiration.

This empowerment toward which Joyce, H. D., Faulkner, and Woolfgesture in texts such as Ulysses, HERmione, The Sound and the Fury,and Orlando is rarely achieved. Joyce and Faulkner were unable tosilence their fears of feminization and the female body, whileH. D. and Woolf remained troubled by the threat of ego incorporationand self-erasure that the androgynous model of the imaginationportends. Still, their pursuit of new imaginative tropes yieldsimportant insights into the work of these writers and of literarymodernism. ... Read more


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