A Fairy Good Dance

Author: Allison Lynne
Editor: Smashwords.com
ISBN: 1301505714
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A little fairy has a final mission and cannot fail. Her previous two assignments were to bring love into two couple's lives. In this mission, she must help two couples rekindle the flame. Chris has returned from war with injuries. Can his wife and child accept him as he is even if he is having difficulty coping himself? Robert and Brenda have been married nearly thirty years, but a catastrophic illness had caused doubt in their lives. Will the fairy be successful, or is enduring love as elusive as fairy dust? This is a short story of approximately 7500 words.

A Fairy Good Match

Author: Allison Lynne
Editor: Smashwords.com
ISBN: 1301937479
Size: 13,78 MB
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Looking for love is a little like looking for magic fairy dust, but when it happens, it happens quickly. Can Katelyn find her perfect match with a little help from a little friend? Lose yourself in a little magic!

A Fairy Good Fit

Author: Allison Lynne
Editor: Smashwords.com
ISBN: 1301107255
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Lauren was a late bloomer, but so far her first year in college had helped her find her true self. She had lost weight and developed a whole new taste in clothing and also for the cute clerk at the department store where she shopped. Now that she was finding her perfect fit in life, could she find the right guy? Or was he as elusive as fairy dust? Could she find love with a little help from a little friend? This is a short story.

The Fairy Dust Collection

Author: Allison Lynne
Editor: Smashwords.com
ISBN: 1301846937
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The Fairy Dust Collection features all of the Fairy Good stories in one book. This collection includes: -A Fairy Good Match: Looking for love is a little like looking for magic fairy dust, but when it happens, it happens quickly. Can Katelyn find her perfect match with a little help from a little friend? -A Fairy Good Fit: Lauren was a late bloomer, but so far her first year in college had helped her find her true self. She had lost weight and developed a whole new taste in clothing and also for the cute clerk at the department store where she shopped. Now that she was finding her perfect fit in life, could she find the right guy? Or was he as elusive as fairy dust? -A Fairy Good Dance: A little fairy has a final mission and cannot fail. Her previous two assignments were to bring love into two couple's lives. In this mission, she must help two couples rekindle the flame. Chris has returned from war with injuries. Can his wife and child accept him as he is even if he is having difficulty coping himself? Robert and Brenda have been married nearly thirty years, but a catastrophic illness had caused doubt in their lives. Will the fairy be successful, or is enduring love as elusive as fairies themselves? Lose yourself in a little magic!

A Fairy Tale For Christmas A Magical Feel Good Novel To Fall In Love With This Christmas

Author: Chrissie Manby
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1473639751
Size: 16,36 MB
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'Fabulously funny and festive. An absolute treat full of warmth and romance' - Alex Brown, author of The Secret of Orchard Cottage A wonderful, heart-warming Christmas novel from Chrissie Manby, perfect for curling up with in front of the fire. What could be more magical at Christmas than a fairy tale come true? It's the festive season and the members of the Newbay Theatre Society, more commonly known as the NEWTS, are preparing to put on a show. Being cast as Cinderella is the realization of a dream for newcomer Kirsty, not least because she hopes starring in a panto under the direction of her boyfriend Jon will bring them closer together. But Kirsty soon learns that it's not all glitter and good cheer behind the scenes at the amateur theatre as bitter rivalries nurtured through decades, wardrobe mishaps and suspicious near-fatal accidents threaten to derail the production. And then there's Prince Charming himself. Will working together with Jon bring Kirsty her happy ever after... or reveal their love to be nothing but a 'showmance'? With Christmas just around the corner, it's going to take more than a Fairy Godmother to get Kirsty and her cast-mates to the ball. What readers are saying about A Fairy Tale for Christmas: 'Filled with Christmas cheer...a captivating story!' 'A lovely, warm read...highly, highly recommended!' 'A beautiful sparkly warm festive book that will have you feeling ready for the Christmas season!' 'A warm, funny, festive read... an unmissable festive treat' 'A gorgeous, funny, touching story... I was hooked from the first page!'

Dance And Dancers In The Victorian And Edwardian Music Hall Ballet

Author: Alexandra Carter
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351163620
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The Victorian and Edwardian music hall ballet has been a neglected facet of dance historiography, falling prey principally to the misguided assumption that any ballet not performed at the Opera House or 'legitimate' theatre necessarily meant it was of low cultural and artistic merit. Here Alexandra Carter identifies the traditional marginalization of the working class female participants in ballet historiography, and moves on to reinstate the 'lost' period of the music hall ballet and to apply a critical account of that period. Carter examines the working conditions of the dancers, the identities and professional lives of the ballet girls and the ways in which the ballet of the music hall embodied the sexual psyche of the period, particularly in its representations of the ballet girl and the ballerina. By drawing on newspapers, journals, theatre programmes, contemporary fiction, poetry and autobiography, Carter firmly locates the period in its social, economic and artistic context. The book culminates in the argument that there are direct links between the music hall ballet and what has been termed the 'birth' of British ballet in the 1930s; a link so long ignored by dance historians. This work will appeal not only to those interested in nineteenth century studies, but also to those working in the fields of dance studies, gender studies, cultural studies and the performing arts.

The Fairy Party Book

Author: Meg Clibbon
Editor: Zero to Ten
ISBN: 9781840893069
Size: 11,27 MB
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Everything you need to know to organize and throw a fairy-themed party -- ideas, invitations, games, decorating, dressing up, a recipe for Fairy Party Cake. Whimsical and good humored the book is a good read as well as a planner.

Elves And Fairies

Author: John Hamilton
Editor: ABDO Publishing Company
ISBN: 1617842788
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Explores the characters of fantasy & folklore and places them in historical context.

The Twelve Dancing Princesses And Other Fairy Tales

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Editor: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253201737
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Alfred David and Mary Elizabeth Meek have compiled a collection of fairy tales that ranges from the Grimm brothers' inimitable recreations of archetypal folktales to the modern prose charm of James Thurber's Many Moons. The appeal of the stories is wide and varied: the refined intelligence of Perrault, the wondrous imagination of Andersen, the descriptive power of Ruskin, the bittersweet melancholy of Wilde. These are but a few of the artists represented in this remarkably inclusive selection of works from Germany, Russia, France, Scandinavia, England, and America. Many are in new translations in the modern idiom and all testify eloquently to the unceasing vitality of this literary genre.

Salonni Res Furies And Fairies

Author: Anne E. Duggan
Editor: University of Delaware Press
ISBN: 9780874138979
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Salonnieres, Furies, and Fairies is a study of the works of two of the most prolific seventeenth-century women writers, Madeleine de Scudery and Marie-Catherine d'Aulnoy. Analyzing their use of the novel, the chronicle, and the fairy tale, Duggan examines how Scudery and d'Aulnoy responded to and participated in the changes of their society, but from different generational and ideological positions. As both Scudery and d'Aulnoy wrote from within the context of the salon, this study also takes into account the history of the salon, an unofficial institution that served as a locus for elite women's participation in the cultural and literary production of their society. In order to highlight the debates that emerged with the increased participation of aristocratic or mondain women within the public sphere, the book explores the responses of two academicians. Nicolas Boileau and Charles Perrault, to the active presence of women within the public sphere.