Description : Combining essays from renowned Kerouac experts and emerging scholars, What's Your Road, Man? draws on an enormous amount of research into the literary, social, cultural, biographical, and historical contexts of Kerouac's canonical novel. Since its publication in 1957, On the Road has remained in print and has continued to be one of the most widely read twentieth-century American novels.
Description : This book is about eight women that are in a strenuous relationship, the crying, the heart aches, and the long nights that people do not see or expect to go through when entering a relationship, some surviving their obstacles and others did not. How eight different women wanting the same thing from their man end up on different roads by their choices in life. Also, it has a straight forward view of conducted interviews with men and my personal opinion on being that desired wife. Including my testimonies how God or whatever deity you believe in can be your strength and pull you through.
Description : Sometimes love kills... From the author of Ananda (*Thanksgiving Day) comes a thriller that’s every woman’s worst nightmare – does anyone really know the person they love? Lorraine Jackson is a single white female looking for Mr. Right. But when the Roadman knocks on her door, she isn’t prepared for the secrets he’s been hiding... and would kill to keep them hidden. Based on the story by Peter Leovic and Helen Ivich. Now a major motion feature film.
Description : `A MAN ON THE ROAD`, presents an argument which is intended to examine what is to be considered as, effort related achievement on the basis of positive self application and destiny oriented. The road map for the main character of this novel, stem from obscurity to uncertainty driven by share personal ambition and egoism which finally culminates into security of life thus breaking the adverse chains of poverty, deprivation, social exclusion and shame. If life is to be so unkind and hostile for certain class of people who could be considered as, being marginalised and helpless, should the need for self application be of essence within predestination? Excluding theological aspects of the journey of life what needs to be looked at, from the practicality of life is whether `destiny` has any role in the political and socio-economic development of man.
Description : The Second Anthology Of Telugu Short Fiction Edited By Novelist, Short-Story Writer, Translator, Teacher And Critic, Ranga Rao, That Man On The Road Is The Successor To The Critically Acclaimed Classic Telugu Short Stories. Bringing Together Some Of The Most Renowned Exponents Of The Contemporary Telugu Short Story, The Eighteen Stories In This Collection Are Representative Of Experiences That Are At Once Sharply Individual And Undeniably Universal. From The Horrific But Apt View Of Justice Advocated In Cattle Thief To The Delightful Verbal Sparring In Can T Dance? Blame The Percussionist ; From The Disturbing Vision Of Dehumanizing Poverty In Slush To The Hilarious Prospect Of Becoming A Stock-Market Guru In By The Grace Of Our Goddess Of Wealth ; From The Domestic Squabbles Of It Is The Way It Is , To The Futuristic World Of Manava Factor , These Stories Straddle Realms As Diverse As Dalitism, Feminism, Religious Fanaticism, Naxalism, Personal Relationships And Individual Idiosyncrasies. Carefully Chosen And Skilfully Translated, This Anthology Is Part Of The Series Of Contemporary Short Fiction In Translation Published By Penguin.
Description : Readers offer praise for Daron Kenneth's poetry. . . "Daron's poetry is honest, raw and healing." -Irene, Hollywood, Florida. "Possibly the most honest account of surviving a relationship's ups and downs." -Jim, Sheboygan, Wisconsin. "His poetry is powerful and seductive in its ability to move you from laughter to tears." -Donna, Santa Fe, New Mexico. "Kenneth's poetry gives insight into life's darkest and brightest moments. Truly revealing!" -Grace, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Description : This book is about a single black woman name Roberta, but her freinds call her Roe. In the past couple of years, Roe has been without a man in her life. She's tire of dating no good men and starts concentrating on her career. She goes back to school trying to get her life back on track after man drama. In the process, she meets a man who has everything a woman wants. She acts bitter toward him because she thinks he's just like the men she has meant in the past. Little did Roe know, Mike was the prefect man any women could ever ask for. Roe insecurities get in the way and almost mess up a prefectly good thing. Besides Roe having problems with her love life, she also has to deal with family drama. Roe older sister Deidra and her fianceis running from some notorious drug dealers that will kill anybody who stands in their way of finding them.