Love Goes to PressLove Goes to Press



The American literary tradition is rife with stories of “men without women,” but in Love Goes to Press Gellhorn and Cowles have created a world of “women without men.” The plot focuses on a pair of daring, quick-witted female ...

Author: Martha Gellhorn

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 0803221541

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Written immediately after the war, Love Goes to Press opened in London in June 1946 and in New York in January 1947. Then a relief for the survivors of Blitzkrieg and ration cards, it is now a devilishly entertaining portrayal of the Battle of the Sexes. This romantic farce, published here for the first time, is set on the Italian front in World War II, where two women war correspondents—smart, sexy, and famous for scooping their male competitors—struggle to balance their professional lives with their love lives. The American literary tradition is rife with stories of “men without women,” but in Love Goes to Press Gellhorn and Cowles have created a world of “women without men.” The plot focuses on a pair of daring, quick-witted female buddies in bold pursuit of accomplishment and adventure while narrowly eluding the entanglements of marriage and domesticity. In her six-decade career as a war correspondent, Martha Gellhorn has covered the Spanish Civil War, World War II, and wars in Vietnam, the Middle East, and Central America. (In 1990, at the age of 81, she interrupted a snorkeling trip to Belize to witness the aftermath of the U.S. invasion of Panama; her report appeared in Granta.) Gellhorn has published fifteen books, including eight novels, short fiction, and two collections of journalistic articles.

Love Goes to Buildings on FireLove Goes to Buildings on Fire



Getting Up. Cambridge MA: MIT Press, 1982. Cepeda, Raquel, ed. And It Won't Stop. New York: Faber and Faber, 2004. Chang, Jeff. Can't Stop Won't Stop.

Author: Will Hermes

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 9780241968789

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Love Goes to Buildings on Fire by Will Hermes - Five Years in New York that Changed Music Forever 'A must-read for any music fan' (Boston Globe) Crime was everywhere, the government was broke and the city's infrastructure was collapsing, but between 1974 and 1978 virtually all forms of music were being recreated in New York City: disco and salsa, the loft jazz scene and the Minimalist classical composers, hip hop and punk. Bruce Springsteen and Patti Smith arrived from New Jersey; Grandmaster Flash transformed the turntable into a musical instrument; Steve Reich and Philip Glass shared an apartment as they experimented with composition; the New York Dolls and Talking Heads blew away the grungy clubs; Weather Report and Herbie Hancock created jazz-rock; and Bob Dylan returned with Blood on the Tracks. Recommended by Nick Hornby, this fascinating and hugely inspiring book will be loved by readers of Just Kids by Patti Smith, Chronicles by Bob Dylan, How Music Works by David Byrne and The Rest is Noise by Alex Ross. 'Can literature change your life? Yes ... along came Will Hermes, who cost me several hundred pounds on iTunes and ruptured my relationship with guitars' Nick Hornby, Believer magazine Will Hermes was born in Queens, in the city of which he writes. He is a senior critic for Rolling Stone, and also writes for the New York Times and the Village Voice. He was co-editor of SPIN: 20 Years of Alternative Music.

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Love Goes To Press comboes a few amusing moments with three acts of steadily mounting tedium. London can have it right back again.

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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.

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Sir Alastalr Drake (Conducting Officer) Nigel Nielson Love Goes to Press, which made its American debut at the National Theater here after a successful run ...

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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.

Love Goes to Buildings on FireLove Goes to Buildings on Fire



This title provides a group portrait of some of the greatest musicians of the 20th century, including Bruce Springsteen, Patti Smith, Grandmaster Flash and Bob Dylan.

Author: Will Hermes

Publisher: Viking

ISBN: 024100375X

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Love Goes to Buildings on Fire by Will Hermes - Five Years in New York that Changed Music Forever'A must-read for any music fan' (Boston Globe)Crime was everywhere, the government was broke and the city's infrastructure was collapsing, but between 1974 and 1978 virtually all forms of music were being recreated in New York City: disco and salsa, the loft jazz scene and the Minimalist classical composers, hip hop and punk. Bruce Springsteen and Patti Smith arrived from New Jersey; Grandmaster Flash transformed the turntable into a musical instrument; Steve Reich and Philip Glass shared an apartment as they experimented with composition; the New York Dolls and Talking Heads blew away the grungy clubs; Weather Report and Herbie Hancock created jazz-rock; and Bob Dylan returned with Blood on the Tracks. Recommended by Nick Hornby, this fascinating and hugely inspiring book will be loved by readers of Just Kids by Patti Smith, Chronicles by Bob Dylan, How Music Works by David Byrne and The Rest is Noise by Alex Ross.'Can literature change your life? Yes ... along came Will Hermes, who cost me several hundred pounds on iTunes and ruptured my relationship with guitars' Nick Hornby, Believer magazine Will Hermes was born in Queens, in the city of which he writes. He is a senior critic for Rolling Stone, and also writes for the New York Times and the Village Voice. He was co-editor of SPIN: 20 Years of Alternative Music.

Uneasy AllianceUneasy Alliance



Or for real fun you go fishing somewhere in Scotland in a blinding snowstorm . ... Sandra Spanier , “ Afterword , ” Love Goes to Press , 84-85 .

Author: Hans Bak

Publisher: Rodopi

ISBN: 9042016116

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Uneasy Alliance illuminates the recent search in literary studies for a new interface between textual and contextual readings. Written in tribute to G.A.M. Janssens, the twenty-one essays in the volume exemplify a renewed awareness of the paradoxical nature of literary texts both as works of literary art and as documents embedded in and functioning within a writer's life and culture. Together they offer fresh and often interdisciplinary perspectives on twentieth-century American writers of more or less established status (Henry James, Edna St. Vincent Millay, E.E. Cummings, Vladimir Nabokov, Flannery O'Connor, Saul Bellow, Michael Ondaatje, Toni Morrison and Sandra Cisneros) as well as on those who, for reasons of fashion, politics, ideology, or gender, have been unduly neglected (Booth Tarkington, Julia Peterkin, Robert Coates, Martha Gellhorn, Isabella Gardner, Karl Shapiro, the young Jewish-American writers, Julia Alvarez, and writers of popular crime and detective fiction). Exploring the fruitful interactions and uneasy alliance between literature and ethics, film, biography, gender studies, popular culture, avant-garde art, urban studies, anthropology and multicultural studies, together these essays testify to the ongoing pertinence of an approach to literature that is undogmatic, sensitive and sophisticated and that seeks to do justice to the complex interweavings of literature, culture and biography in twentieth-century American writing.

Love Goes to PressLove Goes to Press



National Theatre, E Street Theatre Corporation, lessee, Edmund Plohn, manager, Warren P. Munsell and Herman Bernstein present "Love Goes to Press," a new comedy by Martha Gellhorn and Virginia Cowles, directed by Wallace Douglas, settings ...

Author: Martha Gellhorn

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National Theatre, E Street Theatre Corporation, lessee, Edmund Plohn, manager, Warren P. Munsell and Herman Bernstein present "Love Goes to Press," a new comedy by Martha Gellhorn and Virginia Cowles, directed by Wallace Douglas, settings designed by Raymond Sovey, costumes by Emeline Roche.

Ernest HemingwayErnest Hemingway



New York: Oxford University Press, 2000, 53–92. ——. ... Love Goes to Press (introduction); play by Martha Gellhorn and Virginia Cowles.

Author: L. Wagner-Martin

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230223226

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Linda Wagner-Martin brings a wealth of new information to this detailed portrait of Hemingway and his world, concentrating particularly on his friendships with women and the history of his four marriages.

Positive PsychologyPositive Psychology



New York: Cambridge University Press. ... When love goes awry (Part 1): Applications of the duplex theory of love and its Lopez, S. J., Pedrotti, J. T., ...

Author: Aleksandra Kostic

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119666448

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Bringing together today’s most prominent positive psychology researchers to discuss current themes and issues in the field Positive psychology is the scientific study of the strengths, rather than the weaknesses, in human thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. For much of its history, psychology has focused on the negative, completely overlooking the positive attributes that allow individuals and communities to thrive. Positive Psychology is a collection of essays that together constitute a much-needed theoretical rationale and critical assessment of the field. This book assesses what we already know and provides directions for the future. Contributors are leading international authors, including Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Robert Sternberg, Vittorio Caprara, C. Daniel Batson, Illona Boniwell, among others. These luminaries write in a way that is rigorous enough for academic use but accessible to professionals, policymakers, and lay audiences as well. The content of Positive Psychology include both theoretical applied contributions focusing on a range of issues including altruism, positive creativity, science of well-being, forgiveness, coaching for leadership, cyberpsychology, intelligence, responding to catastrophes like COVID-19, time persepective, physiological and epigenetic youth civic engagement, ups and downs of love, flow and good life, global perspectives on positive psychology, self and collective efficacy, positive psychology interventions and positive orientation. The book is pitched to senior undergraduates, graduates, academics and researchers and provides insights and perspectives into neglected and unsolved questions. Brings together the latest viewpoints and research findings on positive psychology, from the leading thinkers in the field Offers both theoretical and applied insights, for a well-rounded reference on this new and fast growing field Contains contributions from well known authors like Paul Ekman, Robert Sternberg, and Vittorio Caprara Appeals to academic, professional, and lay audiences with an interest in acquiring a profound knowledge of positive psychology No other book currently on the market addresses such a breadth of issues in positive psychology. Positive Psychology represents a significant theoretical boost to this exciting field.

West End WomenWest End Women



Gellhorn, M. and Cowles, V. (1995) Love Goes to Press, ed. by S. Spanier, Lincoln, USA and London: University of Nebraska Press.

Author: Maggie Gale

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134886722

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Maggie Gale's West End Women uncovers groundbreaking material about women playwrights and the staging of their performances between the years 1918 and 1962. It documents a dynamic era of social and theatrical history, analysing the transformations that occurred in the theatre and the lives of British women in relation to specific plays of the period. Focusing on the work of playwrights such as Dodie Smith, Clemence Dane, Gordon Daviot and Bridget Boland, Maggie Gale examines the cultural and political context within which they enjoyed commercial success and great notoriety.

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Cambridge: Polity Press, 2007. Poska, Allyson M. 'When Love Goes Wrong: Getting Out of Marriage in Seventh-Century Spain.' Journal of Social History 29, no.

Author: Katie Barclay

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000734027

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This book explores the history of marriage and marriage-like relationships across five continents from the seventeenth century to the present day. Across fourteen chapters, leading marriage scholars examine how the methodologies from the new history of emotions contribute to our understanding of marriage, seeking to uncover not only personal feeling but also the political and social implications of emotion. They highlight how marriage as an institution has been shaped not just by law and society but also by individual and community choices, desires and emotional values. Importantly, they also emphasize how the history of non-traditional and same-sex relationships and their emotions have long played an important role in determining the nature of marriage as an institution and emotional union. In doing so, this collection allows us to rethink both the past and present of marriage, destabilizing a story of a stable institution and opening it up as a site of contest, debate and feeling.

The Undeclared War between Journalism and FictionThe Undeclared War between Journalism and Fiction



Sandra Whipple Spanier, “Rivalry, Romance, and War Reporters: Martha Gellhorn's Love Goes to Press and the Collier's Files,” in Lawrence R. Broer and Gloria ...

Author: D. Underwood

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137353481

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In this volume, Doug Underwood asks whether much of what is now called literary journalism is, in fact, 'literary,' and whether it should rank with the great novels by such journalist-literary figures as Twain, Cather, and Hemingway, who believed that fiction was the better place for a realistic writer to express the important truths of life.

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East Sussex: Meltzer Press, 1996. ... Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1994. ... Love Goes to Press: A Comedy in Three Acts. Lincoln: University ...

Author: Molly Goodkind

Publisher: Edicions Universitat Barcelona

ISBN: 9788447539277

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The CASB Occasional Papers is intended as a platform for the dissemination of research focused on Spanish topics carried out by young American university students. Many students come to Spain to complete their academic studies, discover the complexity of the local society and its history and, as a consequence, some of them address their academic interest in Hispanic issues in writing. In this sense, CASB Occasional Papers aims to contribute to the evolution of a new generation of “Hispanistas” from different fields and backgrounds in the very early steps of their academic careers and, at the same time, offer the results of their junior research to broader and non-specialized audiences. Within a context of decreasing interest in humanities and social studies, this publication is an effort to promote and encourage research in fields centered around the perspective of “outsiders”, the Transatlantic point of view and an interdisciplinary approach to wide-ranging themes. The three papers included here examine several aspects of the Spanish Civil War and its consequences: Molly Goodkind analyzes four important radical American women (Mary Low, Lois Orr, Martha Gellhorn and Josephine Herbst) who participated in the war; Marcella Hayes examines the role of seven anarchist maquis during the Francoist dictatorship in Barcelona; and Amanda Mitchell studies the relevant recent debates on history and memory as a result of the Ley de la Memoria Histórica (2007).

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46.162 Love Goes to Press (C, 3a) Martha Gellhorn and Virginia Cowles. DUCHESS 22/7/46–24/8/46. 40 perf [w/W, S mat]. 1st perfd Devonshire Park, Eastbourne, ...

Author: J. P. Wearing

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9780810893061

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This is a day-by-day calendar of plays produced at the major London theatres from January 1, 1940 to December 31, 1949. Covering dozens of west-end theatres and including production details of thousands of plays, operas, and ballets, this revised edition provides expanded or new information about authors, actors, plots, reviews, and more.

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Martha Gellhorn, Love Goes to Press, ed. Sandra Spanier (U. of Nebraska Press, 1995). 24. MG–EH, May 28, 1945, and EH–MG, undated and perhaps unsent, ...

Author: Michael Reynolds

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 9780393343304

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Published to coincide with the major release of HBO’s upcoming film Hemingway and Gellhorn, starring Nicole Kidman and Clive Owen. Michael Reynolds was the supreme biographer of Ernest Hemingway. HBO’s film concentrates on Hemingway’s years with his third wife, the adventurous journalist Martha Gellhorn. This book brings together Reynolds’s Hemingway: The 1930s and Hemingway: The Final Years.

Not To People Like UsNot To People Like Us



A. Jones and S. Schecter's When Love Goes Wrong: What to Do When You Can't Do Anything ... D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 1951): F. P. Biestek, ...

Author: Susan Weitzman

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780786722518

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This important book brings the ignored population of abused upper-income women to light, revealing for the first time the depth and severity of "upscale abuse" How is it possible for a highly educated woman with a career and resources of her own to stay in a marriage with an abusive husband? How can a man be considered a pillar of his community, run a successful business and regularly give his wife a black eye? That we can even ask these startling questions proves how convinced we are that domestic abuse is restricted to the lower classes. In "Not to People Like Us" psychotherapist Susan Weitzman dramatically challenges this assumption. It is the first book to explore a previously overlooked population of emotionally and physically battered wives-the upper-educated and upper-income women, who rarely report abuse and remain trapped by their own silence. Weitzman draws on an in-depth study to document the shocking nature and incidence of abuse among the wives of professors, physicians and CEOs-many of them professionals and executives themselves. With keen insight and profound sensitivity, she reveals the unique path taken by the upscale wife-the early warning signs, the dilemmas and decisions, the dangerous desire to cover up and maintain appearances. The first book to condemn the legal and social service system for failing to recognize domestic violence among upper-income families, "Not to People Like Us" offers crucial information to help women find their way out of abusive relationships and toward safety and independence.

Where Love GoesWhere Love Goes



Trying to balance a career and motherhood while searching for the perfect man, independent divorcee Claire suffers a series of bad relationships before meeting Tim, whose similar problems lead to a tumultuous joining of two families. 30,000 ...

Author: Joyce Maynard

Publisher: Crown

ISBN: UOM:39015034910276

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Trying to balance a career and motherhood while searching for the perfect man, independent divorcee Claire suffers a series of bad relationships before meeting Tim, whose similar problems lead to a tumultuous joining of two families. 30,000 first printing. Tour.

Love Goes Both WaysLove Goes Both Ways



Lové Cois Both WAYS * - 1 Surrendering to the Truth of Dependence Bill, Jillian, and Jonee Harbeck Love Goes Both Ways Surrendering to the Truth of ...

Author: Bill Harbeck; Jillian Harbeck

Publisher: WestBow Press

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We all live lives of dependence in one way or another. Joree Harbeck was born thirteen weeks premature. She suffered severe seizures hours after birth that caused cerebral palsy and significant damage to her brain. Her prognosis was pessimistic. Love goes both ways when we are willing to admit there is nothing we can do to determine the outcome of our lives, and we surrender to the truth that we are all dependent on others to assist us in traveling this road of life. Joy comes when we allow others to love and care for us deeply and when we do the same in return.