Heartbreak Hotel (Contemporary American Fiction) ePub download
by Gabrielle Burton
- ISBN: 014010819X
- ISBN13: 978-0140108194
- ePub: 1900 kb | FB2: 1235 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Literary
- Publisher: Penguin Books; no edition stated edition (February 2, 1988)
- Pages: 303
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 252
- Format: docx azw lit doc
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American Literature Series. These are the residents of the Heartbreak Hotel, a way station for tour guides on mandatory rest leave from the Museum of the Revolution, located in Buffalo, New York
American Literature Series. These are the residents of the Heartbreak Hotel, a way station for tour guides on mandatory rest leave from the Museum of the Revolution, located in Buffalo, New York. Twenty city blocks long, the Museum is exclusively devoted to the pains and pleasures of being female, with such exhibits as The Menstrual Show (performed in redface), The Hard-to-Please Momma, the seductive Man in the Blue Ford, The Litany of the Clothes, and the infamous Beauty Parlor.
Used availability for Gabrielle Burton's Heartbreak Hotel. October 1986 : USA Hardback.
Literature & Fiction Books Contemporary Literature Books. ISBN13: 9781564781673. Described as "wonderfully funny" by Annie Dillard, "Heartbreak Hotel" reveals the collective memories, sorrows, and triumphs embodied in all women as the museum becomes the metaphor for the body of the narrator.
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Gabrielle Burton (born Gabrielle Diane Bridget Baker; August 21, 1939 – September 3, 2015) was an American feminist novelist and screenwriter. She was born in Lansing, Michigan to Clifford and Helen (née Dailey) Baker. She attended Marygrove College. She attended Marygrove College and then the American Film Institute at age 56. She was awarded AFI’s Mary Pickford Prize for top screenplay.
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Gabrielle Burton, Author. abrielleburton. Award-winning novelist and screenwriter, Gabrielle Burton's most recent novel, IMPATIENT WITH DESIRE: THE LOST JOURNAL OF TAMSEN DONNER (Hyperion), was awarded. the Western Heritage Award for outstanding novel. She wrote the non-fiction book, I'M RUNNING AWAY FROM HOME BUT I'M NOT ALLOWED TO CROSS THE STREET, a primer on the Women's Movement.