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Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, ISSN 0885-3924, 1999, Volume 18, Issue 3, pp. 157 - 163
Journal Article
07/1986
A YOUNG woman, Anne, travels to Florence from her native Ireland after her mother's death, the better to understand her mother's life. The mother, at nearly... 
Book Review
01/2003
Reference
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Connoisseur, 06/1985, pp. 50 - 50
Journal Article
World, ISSN 0049-8009, 10/1972, Volume 1, Issue 9, p. 66
Who says children's movies have to be childish? 
Journal Article
Harper's Magazine, ISSN 1045-7143, 04/1969, Volume 238, Issue 1427, p. 58
Rubbing from Trinity Churchyard, New York City. by Suzanne Mantell 
Journal Article
Chicago Tribune (1963-1996), ISSN 1085-6706, 07/1978, p. E2
THERE IS AN entry in Diana Nyad's itinerary that reads: depart Cuba July 21--arrive Florida Keys--July 23. It does not mention that she plans to swim the 103... 
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06/1988, Volume 51-52, Issue 8
Magazine Article
05/1977
  SALLY J. FREEDMAN is an adolescent Jewish girl from New Jersey in this novel set in the 1940's. She has a dentist father whom she adores, a moody... 
Book Review
05/1972
If you were going to write a novel for children under twelve you might assume that it would be different from an adult book. The range of subject matter would... 
Book Review
01/1967, Volume 84, Issue 1
Was the child emotionally disturbed? Or was he just exceptionally advanced? Sometimes, among the very special children at the terribly modern Huckleberry Day... 
Magazine Article
05/1964, Volume 23, Issue 5
Magazine Article
01/1963, Volume 120, Issue 3
I love the outdoors. But somehow I love it more from the indoors. Our bedroom, where I am sitting now, is very large and white. It is banked with windows, and... 
Magazine Article
10/1962, Volume 21, Issue 10
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Harper's Magazine, ISSN 1045-7143, 11/1963, Volume 227, Issue 1362, p. 84
Journal Article
New York Times (1923-Current file), ISSN 0362-4331, 06/1978, p. SM7
There is an entry in Diana Nyad's current itinerary that reads: Depart Cuba July 14--arrive Florida Keys-- July 16. It does not mention that she plans to swim... 
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New York Times (1923-Current file), ISSN 0362-4331, 06/1977, p. 201
Being a Californian, Eve Babitz is the personification of what she writes about (a willing volunteer--she appears as herself in the narrative) on the one hand,... 
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New York Times (1923-Current file), ISSN 0362-4331, 03/1977, p. 305
Wolfman Jack, the feralvoiced DJ on AM radio, peddles a product sworn to cure teenage skin of blackheads and pimples the woeful stigma of glandular change. But... 
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