Wearing Cheese and Casting ShadowsWearing Cheese and Casting Shadows

This book provides a Jungian analysis of cheese in the Buffyverse - sit back and prepare to finally have The Cheese Man explained!

Author: Cynthia O'Malley

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1537637355


Page: 122

View: 816

This book provides a Jungian analysis of cheese in the Buffyverse - sit back and prepare to finally have The Cheese Man explained!

The Whedonverse CatalogThe Whedonverse Catalog

Wearing Cheese and Casting Shadows: The Hidden Psychology of Cheese in Buffy the Vampire Slayer. O'Malley, 2016, pp. 1–6. O'Malley, Cynthia.

Author: Don Macnaughtan

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9781476631608


Page: 281

View: 898

Director, producer and screenwriter Joss Whedon is a creative force in film, television, comic books and a host of other media. This book provides an authoritative survey of all of Whedon's work, ranging from his earliest scriptwriting on Roseanne, through his many movie and TV undertakings--Toy Story, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Firefly/Serenity, Dr. Horrible, The Cabin in the Woods, and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.--to his forays into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The book covers both the original texts of the Whedonverse and the many secondary works focusing on Whedon's projects, including about 2000 books, essays, articles, documentaries and dissertations.

To Shine And Cast No ShadowsTo Shine And Cast No Shadows

He was wearing a dingy wife beater t-shirt underneath. ... When a pizza was finished, when the crust was crisp, and the cheese ... And Cast No Shadows.

Author: Brett Ecklund

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781365198281


Page: 172

View: 308

To Shine And Cast No Shadows brings to light the deeper meaning beneath the awkward struggles that have led a young man towards the realization of his enlightenment. In the book, Teo Templum gradually awakens to the awareness that the times in his life when he had been the most tested, were, in fact, necessary steps in his spiritual evolution. Blended into these revisited memories are Teo's retelling of what his thoughts and feelings were during these pivotal events in his adolescence and he explains the way that these singular moments of truth shaped his beliefs and affected his behavior.

Cast of ShadowsCast of Shadows

That night, grown-up Justin came again to Sally's dreams wearing Eric ... the contents—fruit and cheese and bread—to the blanket underneath them.

Author: Kevin Guilfoile

Publisher: Vintage

ISBN: 9781400044795


Page: 336

View: 849

This icily innovative thriller begins with every parent’s worst nightmare, when Davis Moore’s teenage daughter is brutally raped and murdered by an unknown assailant. It gets worse. For Davis Moore is a fertility doctor, dealing with cutting-edge genetic reproductive techniques. It’s a controversial and dangerous occupation: Moore has already been the object of a fanatic’s assassination attempt. But for a father driven half-mad by grief, his work presents one startling and dangerous opportunity–the chance to look into the face of his daughter’s killer. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Cast No ShadowCast No Shadow

... World's # Largest Block NA t \ of Fake Cheese, N M w World's Largest \s, Hairball--" - "A ... But everybody loves it People in town wear shirts.

Author: Nick Tapalansky

Publisher: First Second

ISBN: 9781250193896


Page: 224

View: 840

Greg has lived in Lancaster his whole life. The town's always had its quirks, and being born without a shadow means he's counted among them. When Greg discovers an old mansion in the woods just outside of town, he didn't expect to meet a smart, beautiful, funny, and...very dead teenaged girl named Eleanor. Yeah. He's in love with a ghost. And before he knows what's happening, Greg finds himself at the wrong end of a history lesson when the town's past, and his own, threaten to pull the two of them apart permanently! From acclaimed comics writer Nick Tapalansky and phenomenal newcomer artist Anissa Espinosa, Cast No Shadow is a teen romance with humor and heart.

Worms Flies and CheeseballsWorms Flies and Cheeseballs

... I took a shower wearing tennis shoes staying clear of the walls to avoid soap ... East treat under a clear view of stars casting shadows on the Red Sea.

Author: Mr. Pat

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 9781491834251


Page: 480

View: 370

This is about worms, flies, and cheeseballs, anchovies, sardines, herring, flashers, spoons, plugs, and jigs. It is about a boy's passion for the sport of fishing, the perils we sometimes face when we step out of bounds, and about a father who understood each adolescent is different, and who convinced my mother that the length of the leash for each needs adjusting accordingly. It is about the loss of direction, and an unsettled life after he was gone. Mr. Pat

The Cheesemaker s HouseThe Cheesemaker s House

But it wasn't you because you're here, and anyway, he was wearing a cream shirt. ... The evening sun warms my back and the shadows cast by the bushes on the ...

Author: Jane Cable

Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9781783069149


Page: 272

View: 320

When Alice Hart’s husband runs off with his secretary, she runs off with his dog to lick her wounds in a North Yorkshire village. Battling with loneliness but trying to make the best of her new start, she soon meets her neighbours and discovers all is not what it seems...

Thief of ShadowsThief of Shadows

Joseph Tinbox had been quite correct: the dog did like cheese. ... “I CANNOT WEAR this,” Winter Makepeace stated with maddening calm five days later.

Author: Elizabeth Hoyt

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781405515511


Page: 368

View: 166

When society widow, Lady Isabel Beckinhall, becomes involved with the Home for Unfortunate Infants and Foundling Children, she soon clashes with its manager, Winter Makepeace, whom she finds severely monastic, terribly solemn . . . and quite distractingly intriguing. And Winter does have a secret: at night he transforms into the masked avenger, the Ghost of St Giles. After the infamous Ghost of St Giles is wounded while rescuing a notorious pirate from the gallows, Isabel has no choice but to hide him from a ravenous mob, though doesn't discover his identity. Winter is haunted by this glimpse of the tender - and sensuous - side of Lady Beckinhall, though he knows that they are too far apart socially to ever be together. But when a relentless dragoon captain begins hunting the Ghost of St Giles, Winter must decide if he can trust his secret, his life - and his heart - to Isabel's hands.

Shadows of the EveningShadows of the Evening

cheese, her father had called them – but who was the chalk and who the cheese? ... its frilly pink shade casting a dim, rose-coloured light.

Author: Marion Husband

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781786157829


Page: 256

View: 309

Return to the northern town of Thorp in this moving new addition to Marion Husband's bestselling The Boy I Love series. 'You, me, Eric, Paul Harris - even Margot - even Adele. All of us so messed up by the war we couldn't tell right from wrong.' 1964. The town of Thorp in the North of England has always kept its secrets. With so many husbands returned from the war changed men, there are some truths that can never be spoken. And yet, Bobby Harris is determined to find out the truth about his father, Paul. Horrified by Paul's scandalous posthumous biography, Bobby must discover if he really has been lied to all his life. But in uncovering his father's secrets, he soon learns that it is not only his own family who will be affected by his search for the truth. Praise for Marion Husband: 'As with all the best novelists, Husband's talent seems to draw its energy from the experience of writing from perspectives far removed from her own as she inhabits other genders, other sexualities, other eras' Patrick Gale 'Don't miss this series - if you love the power of words, words rich in layer and tone . . . you will love them. Can't recommend them enough.' Goodreads Reviewer

In the Shadow of the AxeIn the Shadow of the Axe

Nothing was down there but barrels of ale and wheels of cheese stored in the ... A young woman emerged from the shadows, wearing a green dress with white ...

Author: Nicholas Kaufmann

Publisher: Crossroad Press




View: 547

The year is 1847, and Kasch Möllhausen has returned to the small German mountain village of Helmburg in disgrace. Kicked out of the Swiss boarding school where he was unforgivably abandoned by his father, Luther Möllhausen, his humiliating homecoming is further complicated by the news that Luther has died. Worse, Kasch learns that the father he has come to despise instructed the village elders not to inform Kasch of his death or invite him back for the funeral. But not everyone hates Luther as much as Kasch does. To the people of Helmburg, Luther was a hero. Shortly before Kasch was born, Luther led an uprising against the Necromancer, a mysterious figure who lived in a castle high in the mountains and preyed mercilessly upon the villagers. It was Luther who struck the final blow and put an end to the Necromancer's reign of terror. But Kasch finds Helmburg is still a haunted village. The ghosts of the Necromancer's victims have begun appearing at night, and the old survivors of the uprising are being killed one by one, their bodies chopped to pieces. With the help of Hahn Gehrig, the elderly village doctor, and Liese Maentel, Kasch's childhood love, he sets out to discover if the Necromancer is still alive—which would prove once and for all that his father was no hero—or if someone else is responsible for the murders, a madman living among them with no conscience or mercy. The terrifying truth he uncovers will change Helmburg forever—because the past leaves a long shadow, and the axe has only just begun to fall. Also included with In the Shadow of the Axe, a bonus short story — "(F)earless".

Swords Against the ShadowlandSwords Against the Shadowland

Lifting the cheese close to his hawkish nose, the Mouser inhaled deeply and ... Fafhrd whispered suddenly as he cast a subtle glance toward an upperlevel ...

Author: Robin W. Bailey

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780575126008


Page: 320

View: 632

Years ago, Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser turned their backs on the city of Lankhmar and the painful memories it held. But now, a deadly plague, spawned from a sorcerer's curse, sweeps through the streets of Lankhmar, eating its victims from the inside and laying waste to the once-vibrant city. The two reluctant heroes are called forth once again to face Lankhmar's winding alleys - and the old ghosts who lurk in them!

Daughter of ShadowsDaughter of Shadows

In those Home Guard boots was a man wearing the full uniform of an elite. ... He finished slicing the chunks of cheese Maira had instructed him to cut, ...

Author: Mirren Hogan

Publisher: Mirren Hogan



Page: 328

View: 601

Ataryn is a shifter, one of the legendary keref. For generations, her kind has been hunted and killed. Only by staying hidden have they survived. She risks everything to enter the Goddess' temple as a priestess. After her closest friend learns what she is, Ataryn is taken into custody and dragged before the king. Can she survive, or will the ambition of elite solider Kael get them both killed? One click now to read the story fans of Anne McCaffrey love.

Under the Shadow of EtnaUnder the Shadow of Etna

... while they were scuffling about the pieces of cheese that had been stolen. ... wearing the dull face of an ox whose horns really fltted him.

Author: Giovanni Verga

Publisher: The Floating Press

ISBN: 9781775456032


Page: 107

View: 834

Writer Giovanni Verga is credited with shedding light on the trials, tribulations and triumphs of rustic villagers in remote areas of nineteenth-century Italy. Under the Shadow of Etna brings together some of Verga's best-known works, including the story "Rustic Chivalry," which was also the basis for a wildly popular play.

Under the Shadow of Etna Sicilian Stories from the Italian of Giovanni VergaUnder the Shadow of Etna Sicilian Stories from the Italian of Giovanni Verga

... while they were scuffling about the pieces of cheese that had been stolen. ... wearing the dull face of an ox whose horns really fitted him.

Author: Giovanni Verga

Publisher: Good Press

ISBN: EAN:4057664608925


Page: 341

View: 964

"Under the Shadow of Etna: Sicilian Stories from the Italian of Giovanni Verga" by Giovanni Verga (translated by Nathan Haskell Dole). Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

Carter Beats the DevilCarter Beats the Devil

The red gels used on the stage lights were casting shadows unlike those they'd ... a few reassuring words and one of James's baked potatoes with cheese.

Author: Glen David Gold

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781848944107


Page: 608

View: 217

Charles Carter, dubbed Carter the Great by Houdini himself, was born into privilege but became a magician out of need: only when dazzling an audience can he defeat his fear of loneliness. But in 1920s America the stakes are growing higher, as technology and the cinema challenge the allure of magic and Carter's stunts become increasingly audacious. Until the night President Harding takes part in Carter's act only to die two hours later, and Carter finds himself pursued not only by the Secret Service but by a host of others desperate for the terrible secret they believe Harding confided in him. Seamlessly blending reality and fiction, Gold lays before us a glittering and romantic panorama of our modern world at a point of irrevocable change.

Long Way DownLong Way Down

The section manager — the only guy wearing a hard hat — spoke English. ... There were three trees grouped together casting shadows on the otherwise parched ...

Author: Charley Boorman

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781405529082


Page: 352

View: 980

After their fantastic trip round the world in 2004, fellow actors and bike fanatics Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman couldn't shake the travel bug. And after an inspirational UNICEF visit to Africa, they knew they had to go back and experience this extraordinary continent in more depth. And so they set off on their 15,000-mile journey with two new BMWs loaded up for the trip. Joining up with producer/directors Russ Malkin and David Alexanian and the Long Way Round team, their route took them from John O'Groats at the northernmost tip of Scotland to Cape Agulhas on the southernmost tip of South Africa. Riding through spectacular scenery, often in extreme temperatures, Ewan and Charley faced their hardest challenges yet. With their trademark humour and honesty they tell their story - the drama, the dangers and the sheer exhilaration of riding together again, through a continent filled with magic and wonder.

The Way We Weren tThe Way We Weren t

She's wearing snow boots in the summer, the only pair of shoes she owns, ... feeling life to be as empty as those branches casting shadows across the snow.

Author: Jill Talbot

Publisher: Catapult

ISBN: 9781619026308


Page: 304

View: 731

After years of futon passion, Hemingway discussions, and three-mile runs, Jill Talbot’s relationship with a man carved in her doubts so deep she wrote to ignore them. And even though he was as unwilling to commit to a place or a job as Talbot was to marrying him, he insisted that she keep the baby when a pregnancy surprised them during their fourth year together. As it turned out, Kenny wasn't able to commit to a child either, so when the court ordered visitation and support for their four-month-old daughter, he vanished. His disappearing act was the catalyst for Talbot’s own, as she moved her daughter through nine states in as many years—running from the memory of their failed relationship and the hope of an impossible reunion, all the while raising a daughter on her own. Then, one day while packing boxes, she found a photograph that changed everything. In this memoir-in-essays, Talbot attempts to set the record straight, even as she argues that our shared histories are merely competing stories we choose to tell ourselves. A bold look at the challenges of love and the struggles of a single mother in America today, The Way We Weren't tells a complex, unforgettable story of loss and leaving, and of how Talbot learned that writing can't bring anything back, but that because of it, nothing is ever really lost.