6 edition of Prairies of Fever found in the catalog.
by Interlink Publishing Group
Written in English
|Contributions||May Jayyusi (Translator), Jeremy Reed (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
Prairie Fever ( Video) Plot. Showing all 1 items Jump to: Summaries (1) Summaries. Drunken ex-sheriff Preston Biggs gets a ticket out of the jail-house and a fistful of cash to escort three half-crazed rejected mail-order brides to the nearest train back east. Along the way he teams up with a spunky, crooked lady gambler who wants to go. Fever, Introduction. Laurie Halse Anderson's Fever, is a novel about a fourteen-year-old girl named Matilda "Mattie" Cook who comes of age during the infamous yellow fever epidemic in Philadelphia in Mattie is, for the most part, just a normal teenager. Her body is changing, she can't stand the sound of her mother's voice, and she has a mega crush on a cute painter .
It's late summer , and the streets of Philadelphia are abuzz with mosquitoes and rumors of fever. Down near the docks, many have taken ill, and the fatalities are mounting. Now they include Polly, the serving girl at the Cook Coffeehouse. But fourteen-year-old Mattie Cook doesn't get a moment to mourn the passing of her childhood playmate.4/5(). Get FREE shipping on Prairies of Fever by Ibrahim Nasrallah, from Muhammad Hammad is a young teacher hired, like hundreds of others from all over the Arab world, to teach in a remote part of the Arabian Peninsula. This novel recounts his harrowing struggle to retain any sense of identity in the bleak and.
In an intense, well-researched tale that will resonate particularly with readers in parts of the country where the West Nile virus and other insect-borne diseases are active, Anderson (Speak, , etc.) takes a Philadelphia teenager through one of the most devastating outbreaks of yellow fever in our country’s history. It’s , and though business has never . Book design by Steve Scott The text for this book is set in Adobe Caslon. Manufactured in the United States of America 26 28 30 29 27 The Library of Congress has cataloged the hardcover edition as follows: Anderson, Laurie Halse. Fever / by Laurie Halse Anderson. p. cm. Summary: In Philadelphia, sixteen-year-old Matilda Cook, separated.
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A well-written, well-researched book about British aristocrats who felt the pull of the American prairies in the mid to late 19th century. First they went there to hunt, killing off thousands of head of bison purely for sport, depriving others who needed the animals for food, clothing and shelter/5.
Prairies of Fever book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Muhammad Hammad is a young teacher hired, like hundreds of other /5. Prairies of Fever is one of the foremost modernist novels of our time. A negation of chronology and sequence, a cohesve relationship between form and content, and a temporal parallelism of events, memories and dreams, give the novel a unique tenor.
The central character, Muhammad Hammad, is a young teacher hired, like hundreds of others from /5(3). The American and Canadian Prairies are usually portrayed as one of two things: Either a desolate landscape inspiring ennui or a homely locale containing more genuine folk.
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Drunken ex-sheriff Preston Biggs gets a ticket out of the jail-house and a fistful of cash to escort three half-crazed rejected mail-order brides to the nearest train back east.
Along the way he teams up with a spunky, crooked lady gambler /10(). In a setting as menacing as any bad dream, Palestinian writer Nasrallah explores the nature of personal identity in a remote desert village. When five men arrive in the middle of the night to announce that, like all the teachers in the area, he'll have to pay for his burial expenses and being dead did not exempt him, the narrator is naturally startled.
Book Review. Today’s Paper English Sportsman in the Western Prairies" (). world that has been lovingly excavated and brought back to life in “Prairie Fever,” Author: Miranda Seymour.
Buy Prairies of Fever by Ibrahim Nasrallah, Jeremy Reed (Translator), May Jayyusi (Translator) online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions. Furthermore, Prairies seems to address more the feeling of being a foreign worker in S.A.
rather than the general exile of Palestinians. Once again, see above works. Also, Jabra Ibrahim Jabra, Yahya Yakhlif, and Sahar Khalifa address Palestinian exile in a less-surreal, more western-accessible style/5.
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Prairies of Fever is one of the foremost modernist novels of our time. A negation of chronology and sequence, a cohesve relationship between form and content, and a temporal parallelism of events, memories and dreams, give the novel a unique tenor.
Get this from a library. Prairies of fever: a novel. [Ibrāhīm Naṣr Allāh; May Jayyusi; Jeremy Reed; Fedwa Malti-Douglas] -- Muhammad Hammad is a young teacher hired, like hundreds of others from all over the Arab world, to teach in a remote part of the Arabian Peninsula.
This novel recounts his harrowing struggle to. Laurie Halse Anderson began work on Fever in after she came across an article in her local newspaper commemorating the epidemic that had devastated Philadelphia two centuries before.
The acclaimed author of Speak, which was a National Book Award Finalist, an ALA Michael L. Printz Honor book, and an ALA "Best Book for Young Adults," as well as several 4/5(). Fever, Summary. Matilda "Mattie" Cook is a fourteen-year-old girl living above a coffeehouse in Philadelphia with her mother, grandfather (a former military man), a parrot named King George, and an orange cat named Silas.
Eliza, a free black woman, is the coffeehouse cook. Fever By Laurie Halse Anderson About the Book August Fourteen-year-old Mattie Cook is ambitious, adventurous, and sick to death of listening to her mother.
Mattie has plans of her own. She wants to turn the Cook Coffeehouse into the finest business in Philadelphia, the capital of the new United States/5().
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Fever Laurie Halse Anderson, Author, Lori Earley, Illustrator Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. ANNIKA BARRANTI KLEIN grew up in New York, dreaming of the prairies. Instead, she ended up in Los Angeles, surrounded by high desert.
She is a writer of short stories, poems, and novels, and a contributing editor at Book Riot. She lives with her family in a tiny apartment full of books. Buy Prairies of Fever by Ibrahim Nasrallah from Amazon's Fiction Books Store.
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