The Secret Window

The Secret Window

THE SECRET WINDOW Ideal Worlds in Tanizaki's Fiction Anthony Hood Chambers At the time of his death in 1965 at the age of seventy - nine , Tanizaki Jun'ichiro had been writing fiction , plays , essays , poems , and translations almost ...

Author: Anthony Hood Chambers

Publisher: Harvard Univ Asia Center

ISBN: 0674796748

Category: Social Science

Page: 196

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In this series of meditations on seven of Tanizaki Jun'ichiro's novels and novellas, Chambers focuses on the thread of fantasy that Tanizaki weaves throughout his work. He examines Tanizaki's subtle use of storytelling devices to evoke his characters' alternate sense of reality and to encourage the reader's participation in their fantasies.
Categories: Social Science

The Secret Window

The Secret Window

And she told me, 'We are lucky, you and I. We have a secret window to show us things.' I'd never thought of it as good luck. My older sister, she could sing like a lark, and my brother painted pictures, ...

Author: Betty Ren Wright

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 9781504013321

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 149

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Meg’s dreams seem to predict the future—but can she make a better future for herself? “Filled with sensitivity and warmth” (Children’s Book Review Service). “It was crazy to have dreams that came true. If you talked about them, it’d upset the people you loved and make them angry. Meg had learned something bad about herself, an ugly secret.” And so she decided to keep the dreams to herself, writing them down in a special notebook. Sometimes her dreams were pleasant, but other times they were disturbing—especially the one about the cave with the blue light. When Meg’s worst dreams begin to come true, she’s convinced they bring bad luck. Why else would her father move out to “find himself” or her best friend desert her for a rowdy crowd of older kids? Meg’s grandmother and a wonderful new neighbor finally help her realize that her “secret window” into the future can bring good luck, if understood properly.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Secret Window

Secret Window

... friend would have forgotten about it in the excitement of the rescue . The apartment smelled of lemon oil and floor wax . Meg's mother was washing windows in the living room . She looked tired , but when she saw 142 The Secret Window.

Author: Betty Ren Wright

Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks

ISBN: 0590405616

Category:

Page: 176

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What Me Holy

What  Me Holy

Have group members suggest some other examples of things that might be in a person's " Open " window . Things in the “ Secretwindow can be seen by me , but not by others . For instance , you might be surprised to learn that .

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Publisher: David C Cook

ISBN: 0781440912

Category: Religion

Page: 260

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Custom Curriculum allows you to address the issues that students face in today’s world in a way that can be fully customized to be a perfect fit for your group.
Categories: Religion

National Computer Security Conference Proceedings 1992

National Computer Security Conference Proceedings  1992

The client " displays " these images by sending requests to the Secret session manager which translates the client's requests into screen manager instructions and places these instruction in the Secret window buffer .

Author: DIANE Publishing Company

Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 0788102214

Category:

Page: 416

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Held October 13-16, 1992. Emphasizes information systems security criteria (& how it affects us), and the actions associated with organizational accreditation. These areas are highlighted by emphasizing how organizations are integrating information security solutions. Includes presentations from government, industry and academia and how they are cooperating to extend the state-of-the-art technology to information systems security. 72 referred papers, trusted systems tutorial and 23 executive summaries. Very valuable! Must buy!
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Collections of Me

Collections of Me

My secret window... Protects the strong wind from coming in Rain that runs down the panes bringing moisture along the frames My secret window... Close its blinds to hide from the vine that tries to grow inside of it Warm and wet from ...

Author: Nina L. Black

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780557380718

Category:

Page: 172

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Life is full of every emotion and every emotion dictates the course and directions you take in your life. At times you may not have the right words to say or you can’t say certain words enough, whether it’s to tell someone how you feel about them or just speak your mind about a particular situation. Either way all those words make up a collection of your life…These words in this book are mine.I hope that when you read this book of poetry that you not only hear but see words that are not far-fetched from your life, but hear and listen to the life story that’s behind the words of my smile.You are never alone.-------------------------------------------------First time author Nina L. Black presents a beautiful collection of poetry everyone can appreciate.
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The Secret World of Johnny Depp

The Secret World of Johnny Depp

Taking a cue from the latter film, Murphy opted to shoot Secret Window in the wide screen Super 35 format, an interesting choice for a movie that, on some levels, is about confined spaces and the intimate, inner workings of the ...

Author: Nigel Goodall

Publisher: Kings Road Publishing

ISBN: 9781843582953

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 300

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Nigel Goodall has written more than a dozen books, including the best-selling Winona Ryder (Blake, 1998), nominated for the Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction in 1999. He was a production associate for Channel 4's The Real Winona Ryder. His other books include Elton John: A Visual Documentary, an illustrated Rolling Stones book and the bestseller Kylie Naked: A Biography (Ebury,2002, with Jenny Stanley-Clarke). He writes for magazines and contributes to various album, video and television projects. Nigel is divorced with two children.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

The Whole Works of the Rev Ebenezer Erskine

The Whole Works of the Rev  Ebenezer Erskine

I say , There are some more private and secret windows of the house , by which the doves do enter into fellowship and communion with the Lord , even in the worst times , when the public doors of the sanctuary are shut , that they can ...

Author: Ebenezer Erskine

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:AH4EL1

Category: Sermons, English

Page: 746

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Categories: Sermons, English

The Films of Johnny Depp

The Films of Johnny Depp

(John Shooter) Secret Window opens with a shot of a haggard Mort Rainey (Johnny Depp) looking straight at the viewer through an automobile window. He is wearing a knit cap, and his gaze is fixed and unswerving.

Author: William B. Parrill

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9780786440221

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 224

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Since his rise to fame in the television series 21 Jump Street in 1987 and his subsequent transition to film acting, Johnny Depp has received constant criticism for his choice of roles--at least until his popular turn in the Pirates of the Caribbean series. This book aims to reveal the ways in which Depp's choices of film roles, though often considered eccentric, allowed him to develop into the representative film actor of his time. It organizes all of Depp's films chronologically, narrating in the process his transition from underestimated teenage pretty boy to bona fide Hollywood hotshot. Along the way, the book addresses Depp's relationship to earlier film actors, especially to Marlon Brando and the silent comics; the influence of Depp's androgynous sexuality on both his choice of roles and his acting; and his relationships with directors Terry Gilliam and Tim Burton.
Categories: Performing Arts

Stephen King s Gothic

Stephen King s Gothic

We also find an analysis of the secrets contained within or belonging to (the properties of) other people, ... 'Secret Window, Secret Garden' relocates these concerns with the secret into the apparently private world of the male writer ...

Author: John Sears

Publisher: University of Wales Press

ISBN: 9780708323465

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 261

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Stephen King’s Gothic reassesses the writing of this major contemporary Gothic writer through close and detailed readings of key works ranging from his earliest writings (Carrie, ‘Salem’s Lot, The Shining) to recent novels like Duma Key. Informed by and extensively applying concepts deriving from contemporary literary and cultural theory and engaging closely throughout with King’s texts and with his comments in his own critical writings and interviews, the book argues that King’s particular revisions of major Gothic themes, writings, and traditions, can best be understood as being closely related to his recurrent concerns with the act and products of writing itself. These concerns, Sears argues, are detectable across King’s oeuvre and structural to his Gothic vision. Key themes addressed include Gothic traditions and their connections to related genres like science fiction, Gothic representations of time, space, and place, Gothic monstrosity, and the constitution (in King’s versions of it) of Gothic writing itself. Stephen King’s Gothic is the first critical analysis of King’s work to focus fully on his redefinitions and extensions of the Gothic mode, and to deploy the critical tools of contemporary theory, from Derridean analysis to Deleuzian philosophy, to open King’s texts up to new levels of critical scrutiny. Its readings of key works are original and innovative; its focus on canonical King texts enables it also to reread the critical canon of previously available work on King; and it concludes by indicating some directions in which future critical work on King might develop.
Categories: Literary Criticism