American Princess

American Princess
Author: Stephanie Marie Thornton
Publsiher: Penguin
Total Pages: 448
Release: 2019-03-12
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9780451490919

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“As juicy and enlightening as a page in Meghan Markle's diary.”—InStyle “Presidential darling, America’s sweetheart, national rebel: Teddy Roosevelt’s swashbuckling daughter Alice springs to life in this raucous anthem to a remarkable woman.”—Kate Quinn, New York Times bestselling author of The Alice Network and The Huntress A sweeping novel from renowned author Stephanie Marie Thornton... Alice may be the president's daughter, but she's nobody's darling. As bold as her signature color Alice Blue, the gum-chewing, cigarette-smoking, poker-playing First Daughter discovers that the only way for a woman to stand out in Washington is to make waves—oceans of them. With the canny sophistication of the savviest politician on the Hill, Alice uses her celebrity to her advantage, testing the limits of her power and the seductive thrill of political entanglements. But Washington, DC is rife with heartaches and betrayals, and when Alice falls hard for a smooth-talking congressman it will take everything this rebel has to emerge triumphant and claim her place as an American icon. As Alice soldiers through the devastation of two world wars and brazens out a cutting feud with her famous Roosevelt cousins, it's no wonder everyone in the capital refers to her as the Other Washington Monument—and Alice intends to outlast them all.

An American Princess

An American Princess
Author: Annejet van der Zijl
Publsiher: AmazonCrossing
Total Pages: 234
Release: 2018-05
Genre: Socialites
ISBN: 1503951839

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Born to a pioneering family in Upstate New York in the late 1800s, Allene Tew was beautiful, impetuous, and frustrated by the confines of her small hometown. At eighteen, she met Tod Hostetter at a local dance, having no idea that the mercurial charmer she would impulsively wed was heir to one of the wealthiest families in America. But when he died twelve years later, Allene packed her bags for New York City. From the vantage point of the American upper class, Allene embodied the tumultuous Gilded Age. Over the course of four more marriages, she weathered personal tragedies during World War I and the catastrophic financial reversals of the crash of 1929. From the castles and châteaus of Europe, she witnessed the Russian Revolution and became a princess. And from the hopes of a young girl from Jamestown, New York, Allene Tew would become the epitome of both a pursuer and survivor of the American Dream.

American Princess

American Princess
Author: Laurie Dennett
Publsiher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Total Pages: 411
Release: 2016-10-27
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9780773599932

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In An American Princess, Laurie Dennett relates the remarkable story of a New England woman whose wealth, intelligence, and charm took her to the heart of aristocratic and intellectual Europe. Marguerite Chapin (1880–1963) was the product of two cultures: her father’s enterprising American one and her mother’s French heritage, which enabled her to move to Paris when she inherited a fortune at age twenty-one. There, she studied singing with the greatest tenor of the age, commissioned paintings from artists such as Pierre Bonnard, Edouard Vuillard, and André Derain, and drew upon her many friendships with writers to found and edit the pioneering literary review Commerce. Her marriage, in 1911, to the composer Prince Roffredo Caetani, a member of one of Italy’s oldest dynasties, added a whole new dimension to her life. Not only did it bring her a title, but happiness, two children, and a set of extraordinarily talented in-laws. When Marguerite and Roffredo moved to Italy in 1932, she found refuge from fascism and an outlet for creativity at Ninfa, the estate where the Caetani had created a garden among the ruins of a medieval town. At age sixty-eight, having survived the death of her son, the war, and the German occupation, Marguerite launched the international review Botteghe Oscure. Its aim was to reclaim respectability for Italian writing, but through her discerning and generous editorial vision, it became a showcase for writers everywhere. An engrossing biography based on extensive original research, An American Princess celebrates Marguerite Chapin Caetani’s impressive accomplishments and legacy.

Death of a Jewish American Princess

Death of a Jewish American Princess
Author: Shirley Frondorf
Publsiher: Villard
Total Pages: 280
Release: 2013-07-10
Genre: True Crime
ISBN: 9780307831163

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In 1982, a sensational murder trial in Phoenix, Arizona, reverberated throughout the legal community. Restaurateur Steven Steinberg, who killed his wife by stabbing her 26 times, was acquitted; his legal defense portrayed the victim as an overpowering "Jewish American Princess" whose excesses may have provoked her violent end. Examining the structure of the defense's case, Frondorf, an attorney who was previously a psychiatric social worker, follows the theme that made Elana Steinberg the villain, instead of the victim, of the piece. The defense's forensic presentation, bolstered by testimony from psychiatrists, maintained that Steinberg committed the crime while sleepwalking, an abnormality allegedly brought on by the intemperate spending of his wife. Frondorf recreates the trial whose outcome scarred the tightly knit Jewish community of Phoenix.

The BAP Handbook

The BAP Handbook
Author: Ginger Wilson,Kalyn Johnson,Tracey Lewis,Karla Lightfoot
Publsiher: Crown Archetype
Total Pages: 224
Release: 2010-02-24
Genre: Humor
ISBN: 9780307432940

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"Finally, a book about the Black American Princess! If you're already a BAP or just want to act like one, this book is for you!" — E. Lynn Harris, author of Not a Day Goes By In the bestselling tradition of The Official Preppy Handbook, here is a must-have manual for the BAP and those who love her. Black American Princess: 1 : a pampered female of African American descent, born to an upper-middle or upper-class family 2 : an African American female whose life experiences give her a sense of royalty and entitlement 3 : BAP (acronym) : colloquial expression 4 : an African American female accustomed to the best and nothing less. Drawn from hours of interviews, archival research, and frequent visits to Prada, The Black American Princess Handbook offers a rare behind-the-scenes look at this exclusive lifestyle. Your total guide to BAP speak, BAP style, and BAP history, this one-of-a-kind book explains everything you ever wanted know about living the BAP life–from breaking in a shop-a-phobic dad to planning a magical BAP debutante ball. In addition, you'll learn why a true BAP cleans her house before the housekeeper arrives, what to do if your Baby BAP wants to play sports, and whether it's OK for a relative to sing "I Believe I Can Fly" at a BAP wedding. Also featuring spot-the-BAP checklists, suggestions for top BAP colleges, a Who's Who of famous BAPs, a glossary (including essential French phrases), actual diary entries and e-mails from BAPS of all ages, and crucial chapters such as "It's High Noon-Do You Know Where Your Groove Is?" The Black American Princess Handbook is destined to become a coveted treasure for BAPs worldwide. And, published just in time for graduation, it's sure to be at the top of every BAP's shopping list.

American Princess

American Princess
Author: Leslie Carroll
Publsiher: HarperCollins
Total Pages: 256
Release: 2018-04-24
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9780062859440

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A behind-the-scenes look into the life of Meghan Markle and her romance with Prince Harry—a dishy, delightful must-read filled with exclusive insights for anyone obsessed with the Royal Family. Leslie Carroll’s books on royalty are “an irresistible combination of People Magazine and the History Channel.”—Chicago Tribune When Prince Harry of Wales took his American girlfriend, Meghan Markle, to have tea with his grandmother the queen, avid royal watchers had a hunch that a royal wedding was not far off. That prediction came true on November 27, 2017, when the gorgeous, glamorous twosome announced their engagement to the world. As they prepare to tie the knot in a stunning ceremony on May 19, 2018, that will be unprecedented in royal history, people are clamoring to know more about the beautiful American who captured Prince Harry’s heart. Born and raised in Los Angeles to a white father of German, English, and Irish descent and an African American mother whose ancestors had been enslaved on a Georgia plantation, Meghan has proudly embraced her biracial heritage. In addition to being a star of the popular television series Suits, she is devoted to her humanitarian work—a passion she shares with Harry. Though Meghan was married once before, Prince Harry is a modern royal, and the Windsors have welcomed her into the tight-knit clan they call “The Firm.” Even a generation ago, it would have been unthinkable, as well as impermissible, for any member of Great Britain’s royal family to consider marrying someone like Meghan. Professional actresses were considered scandalous and barely respectable. And the last time an American divorcee married into the Royal Family, it provoked a constitutional crisis! In American Princess, Leslie Carroll provides context to Harry and Meghan’s romance by leading readers through centuries of Britain’s rule-breaking royal marriages, as well as the love matches that were never permitted to make it to the altar; followed by a never-before-seen glimpse into the little-known life of the woman bringing the Royal Family into the 21st century; and her dazzling, thoroughly modern romance with Prince Harry.

All American Princess

All American Princess
Author: Maggie Dallen
Publsiher: Maggie Dallen
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2020-11-10
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
ISBN: 9182736450XXX

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She's a liar. She's a cheat. And she's about to fall for the wrong guy... Get in, get the guy, get out. That's the plan. But when this Hollywood princess gets caught up in small-town drama? Well, nothing is as simple as it seems. There's only one person who can convince Delilah Devereaux to leave the lap of luxury for a one-way ticket to Podunk, Montana. Her powerful producer of a father has sent her to the tiny, close-knit ranching town for one reason—to bring back Brandon MacMillan, the reclusive son of a legendary TV star. All she has to do is lure him away from his crazy mom, the pretty girl next door, and his lifelong best friend. Not a problem. Except Delilah's perfect plan doesn't account for all the secrets and lies between the two families, and it definitely doesn't prepare her for Jack. The small-town hottie sees right through her lies, and worse, he makes her wonder if perhaps she's not as heartless as she believes. But there's no way she's going to let anything ruin her mission...not even Jack. It would just be so much easier if he wasn't so irritating. Or so tempting. friends with her mark. Author's Note: Two things you should know before you go any further. 1) This book is part of a continuing series. And 2) I've written more than 40 PG young adult books over the years...but this is not one of them. While there's no sex or F-bombs in this book, there is some mild language, steamy situations, and mature topics. This is more PG-13 than my other novels (think Gossip Girl vs Disney Channel) and if that is not to your taste, please don't read!

An Anatomy of Humor

An Anatomy of Humor
Author: Arthur Asa Berger
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 211
Release: 2017-07-05
Genre: Psychology
ISBN: 9781351531979

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Humor permeates every aspect of society and has done so for thousands of years. People experience it daily through television, newspapers, literature, and contact with others. Rarely do social researchers analyze humor or try to determine what makes it such a dominating force in our lives. The types of jokes a person enjoys contribute significantly to the definition of that person as well as to the character of a given society. Arthur Asa Berger explores these and other related topics in An Anatomy of Humor. He shows how humor can range from the simple pun to complex plots in Elizabethan plays.Berger examines a number of topics ethnicity, race, gender, politics each with its own comic dimension. Laughter is beneficial to both our physical and mental health, according to Berger. He discerns a multiplicity of ironies that are intrinsic to the analysis of humor. He discovers as much complexity and ambiguity in a cartoon, such as Mickey Mouse, as he finds in an important piece of literature, such as Huckleberry Finn. An Anatomy of Humor is an intriguing and enjoyable read for people interested in humor and the impact of popular and mass culture on society. It will also be of interest to professionals in communication and psychologists concerned with the creative process.

The Jewish American Princess Handbook

The Jewish American Princess Handbook
Author: Debbie Haback,Sandy Barnett Toback
Publsiher: Turnbull & Willoughby Pub
Total Pages: 144
Release: 1982
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 0943084024

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Author: Joyce Milton
Publsiher: Penguin
Total Pages: 48
Release: 2000-10-02
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
ISBN: 9780698185265

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Pocahontas is famous for saving the life of Captain John Smith, the man she loved. At least that’s what legend tells us. Now read the true story of this Native American princess.

American Royals

American Royals
Author: Katharine McGee
Publsiher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Total Pages: 464
Release: 2019-09-03
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
ISBN: 9781984830180

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New York Times Bestseller What if America had a royal family? If you can't get enough of Harry and Meghan or Kate and William, meet American princesses Beatrice and Samantha. Crazy Rich Asians meets The Crown. Perfect for fans of Red, White, and Royal Blue and The Royal We! Two princesses vying for the ultimate crown. Two girls vying for the prince's heart. This is the story of the American royals. When America won the Revolutionary War, its people offered General George Washington a crown. Two and a half centuries later, the House of Washington still sits on the throne. Like most royal families, the Washingtons have an heir and a spare. A future monarch and a backup battery. Each child knows exactly what is expected of them. But these aren't just any royals. They're American. As Princess Beatrice gets closer to becoming America's first queen regnant, the duty she has embraced her entire life suddenly feels stifling. Nobody cares about the spare except when she's breaking the rules, so Princess Samantha doesn't care much about anything, either . . . except the one boy who is distinctly off-limits to her. And then there's Samantha's twin, Prince Jefferson. If he'd been born a generation earlier, he would have stood first in line for the throne, but the new laws of succession make him third. Most of America adores their devastatingly handsome prince . . . but two very different girls are vying to capture his heart. The duty. The intrigue. The Crown. New York Times bestselling author Katharine McGee imagines an alternate version of the modern world, one where the glittering age of monarchies has not yet faded--and where love is still powerful enough to change the course of history. "The lives of the American royal family will hook you in the very first pages and never let go. Relatable, believable, fantastical, aspirational, and completely addictive." --Sara Shepard, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Pretty Little Liars and Perfectionists series

Fighting to Become Americans

Fighting to Become Americans
Author: Riv-Ellen Prell
Publsiher: Beacon Press
Total Pages: 328
Release: 2000-03-03
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 0807036331

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Her exaggerated coiffure, with its imitation curls and soaped curves that stick out at the side of the head like fantastic gargoyles, is an offense to the eye. Her plated gold jewelry with paste stones reveals its cheapness by its very extravagance. This description of a "ghetto girl" was printed in the American Jewish News in 1918, but with slight variation it might easily be mistaken for a description of our current pernicious and pejorative stereotype of Jewish womanhood, the "JAP." What are the origins of these stereotypes? And even more important, why would an American ethnic group use racist terms to describe itself? Riv-Ellen Prell asks these compelling questions as she observes how deeply anti-Semitic stereotypes infuse Jewish men's and women's views of one another in this history of Jewish acculturation in the twentieth century.

Mommy Angst Motherhood in American Popular Culture

Mommy Angst  Motherhood in American Popular Culture
Author: Mardia J. Bishop,Ann C. Hall
Publsiher: ABC-CLIO
Total Pages: 234
Release: 2009-10-27
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9780313375316

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This revealing work looks at representations of motherhood from a wide range of pop culture sources to explore larger questions about the image and self-image of mothers in the United States. • 12 contributors—accomplished scholars from a range of fields, including theatre, literature studies, sociology, film, women's studies, media studies, and psychology • A chronology showing how portrayals of motherhood have evolved over time • Bibliographies with each essay, listing key sources in print and online for further reading • A comprehensive index

The Humor Prism in 20th century America

The Humor Prism in 20th century America
Author: Joseph Boskin
Publsiher: Wayne State University Press
Total Pages: 268
Release: 1997
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 0814325971

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The Humor Prism in Twentieth-Century America explores to what extent and in what ways American humor in the twentieth century reflects history.

Native American Princess Sticker Paper Doll

Native American Princess Sticker Paper Doll
Author: Yuko Green
Publsiher: Dover Publications
Total Pages: 4
Release: 2006-07
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN: 0486451925

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Dress little Morning Star for a number of important tribal events. She comes with brightly colored outfits worn by the Shoshone, Kiowa, Apache, Cheyenne, Sioux, and Seminole. 1 doll, 22 costume stickers.