Liza

Author: Ivan Turgenev
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3732637174
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Reproduction of the original: Liza by Ivan Turgenev

Liza

Author: Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev
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Liza

Author: Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev
Publisher: BiblioBazaar, LLC
ISBN: 9780554241692
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TRANSLATED FROM THE RUSSIAN BY W.R.S. RALSTON

Always Liza To Me

Author: Cecilia Rice
Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com
ISBN: 1458716503
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Liza is different. She can't talk. She can't walk properly. She's funny-looking and when she upsets people, which she almost always does, trying to bite or scratch them, we have to tell them it' s not her fault; that she doesn't understand. Sometimes I don't understand either. This is the story of the Rice family, and of Liza, their severely mentally-retarded eldest daughter. It's a story about what it was like growing up in a large, rowdy household forever in the thrall of this unknowable, unreachable child. When she was small Cecilia always believed Liza would not survive to adulthood, that she would never be her 'problem'. But she did survive. With warmth, wisdom and humour, Cecilia reveals how her family came to think of 'the Liza problem' as theirs and how, through the passing of time and a mysterious process of acceptance and forgiveness, their fears and resentment turned into fierce loyalty and abiding love. This is more than a memoir about the difficulties, challenges and rare rewards that come with caring for a disabled child. Eloquently told, Always Liza to Me is an uplifting chronicle of how even the most mixed-up of families can teach us great lessons and inspire great love.

Liza Of Lambeth

Author: W. Somerset Maugham
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1409095134
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Down among the drab slums of Lambeth, eighteen-year-old Liza is the darling of Vere Street. Vibrant and bewitching, she is adored by the steady, loyal Tom. But then Liza meets Jim Blakeston, charming and worldy, new to the area, and married. Soon the streets are wise to their passionate affair and Liza's fall from grace is fast and fatal. Written while Maugham was a medical student, and his first published novel, Liza of Lambeth is a vividly realistic portrayal of working-class London life.

Lady Liza S Luck

Author: Anne Barbour
Publisher: Belgrave House
ISBN: 1610845579
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Lady Elizabeth Rushlake had a knack for making profits on the London stock exchange rather than finding a husband in the marriage mart. When handsome Chadwick Lockridge returned from India with a mysterious fortune, some called him a scoundrel. He had betrayed her faith in him once; could Lady Liza trust him now, especially when he challenged her skill and nerve?and her heart? Regency Romance by Anne Barbour; originally published by Signet

Loving Liza Jane

Author: Sharlene MacLaren
Publisher: Whitaker House
ISBN: 1603741380
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When Liza Jane Merriwether rode into town, her first thought was, Oh, Lord, what have I done? But she knew God had led her here for a reason. She just may find that with God, all things are possible.

Liza S Gift

Author: W. L. Lyons III
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1491745282
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Wyatt Morgan, a gifted engineer, awakes in a hospital after a mugging. Battered physically and mentally, he fights to recover from amnesia and from crushing depression brought on by the failure of his business and the squandered investments of his friends. Jobless and facing foreclosure on his house, he battles a collapsing economy and the conniving industrialist who stole his invention. Lauren, his wife, struggles to understand her husband's affair with an ex-business partner while wrestling to keep her family together. Broke, she is forced to placate creditors by selling her deceased mother's belongings to raise money. In desperation, Wyatt enlists an aggressive attorney in an attempt to recover his patent and is encouraged when evidence of fraud and industrial espionage turn up. But now he must face a bureaucratic nightmare with government regulators who block attempts to revive his company. Wyatt, determined to regain what was his, volunteers to help elect a renegade general to the presidency. As the election looms and litigation on the patent moves forward, Wyatt and Lauren hope that new leadership in Washington will create an era of bright prosperity and bring their company back to life.

Liza And Lisa

Author: Arlita Miller
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1491707739
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You're holding in your hands a book of controversy, Racism and Diversity. Demons do battle with good but vengeance is mine said the Lord. It contains love and hate that is so powerful that it changed the life of its characters forever. Liza who was a little White girl and Lisa a little black girl was forbidden to play together because of the Racism and Diversity that dictated their way of life in their Southern community. In the midst of all the controversy that went on between their families, they created a friendship that would be a link to a forbidden love affair between Lisa's Brother Willie Jr. and Liza. Their interracial love affair would later prove deadly. Hamilton Sheppard the Mayor of Mobile Alabama and Klan member; was Liza's father and Boss of Willie Rae senior, who was a Christian and Lisa and Willie Jr. father. He was faced with a choice that his Christianity wouldn't allow him to make; his son was rebellious and on path of destruction, Willie Rae found himself having an unspoken bond, with the Mayor's wife Patricia Ann Sheppard, who was also a Christian and a decent White woman if there ever was one in the South. The black farm workers called Patricia Mrs. Patty; it was a name giving to her by the colored workers as a term of endearment. The colored workers were called the Sheppard's-men giving to them by Hamilton Sheppard and his brother Jud as a term of ownership; even though slavery was emancipated. Patricia was nothing like her husband Hamilton, in fact she was an activist of sorts for the colored. This didn't sit too well with Hamilton. The hate he harbored for the colored and the Christian love that Patricia exerted tainted their marriage. And because she didn't share Hamilton views he was often violent towards her; he hated what she stood for so much that he wanted her dead. The day would come when blood of the innocent would be spilt on the hanging tree, that they now call the blood tree.