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3 edition of The Waiting Room Reader II found in the catalog.

The Waiting Room Reader II

Words to Keep You Company

by Rachel Hadas

  • 133 Want to read
  • 2 Currently reading

Published by CavanKerry Press in Fort Lee, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American poetry

  • Edition Notes

    Statementguest editor, Rachel Hadas
    SeriesLaurelbooks
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS617 .W353 2013
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25361980M
    ISBN 101933880341
    ISBN 109781933880341
    LC Control Number2012024564

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The Waiting Room Reader was designed to address that need by bringing fine and accessible writing to “keep the patients company.” Here are uplifting and inspiring poems that focus on life’s gifts – everyday pleasures: love and family, food and home, work and play, dreams and the earth/5(2).

/5 The Waiting Room is one of those books that creeps up on you, it starts off fairly strong but the more you read, the better it gets.

The intensity ramps up page by page and then there are several really well executed twists and turns that just kept sucking me in the further along I read.4/5. About the Book. The Waiting Room Reader: Stories to Keep You Company was published inwith generous co-sponsorship by The Arnold P.

Gold Foundation for Humanism in Medicine and support from the Liana Foundation. This series, which is designed to help reduce the stress and anxiety of patients and their caregivers waiting for medical care, follows a belief that high quality literature. “The Waiting Room is both haunted, and haunting.”—Geraldine Brooks, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of March.

The Waiting Room unfolds over the course of a single, life-changing day, but the story it tells spans five decades, three continents, and one family’s compelling history of love, war, and survival.

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The Waiting Room is a small novel that feels like a big book, as it grips you and never lets you go. Dina is a 8 month-pregnant general practitioner. She's an Australian Jewish, a "galutnik", who lives in Haifa with her Israel-born husband, Eitan, and their son, Shimo/5().

 (THE WAITING ROOM book cover.) How I had discovered this story is very direct. The author, Alysha Kaye had found my blog and suggested it to me.

I was very thrilled by this, as this was my first contact with any kind of published author ever. So, I checked it out like any reader would and I am very happy to say that I really enjoyed it.

From the introduction: "This book, the second in the Waiting Room Reader series, grows from the belief of its visionary originators, Joan Cusack Handler, director of CavanKerry Press, and Sandra O.

Gold, president of the Arnold P. Gold Foundation for Humanism in Medicine, that one good thing to be able to pay attention to in waiting rooms is poetry.

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Considered an example of metafiction, it was the first novel written by Fowles, but the third he. —The Tulsa Book Review “A twisty, turny, wild ride.” —BookBub “Clever and unpredictable, The Waiting Room is psychological suspense at its finest.

Bleeker ingeniously pulls aside the curtain to expose the dark underbelly of grief after a tragic s: The Waiting Room Reader: Stories to Keep You Company was published inwith generous co-sponsorship by The Arnold P.

Gold Foundation for Humanism in Medicine and support from the Liana Foundation. This series, which is designed to help reduce the stress and anxiety of patients and their caregivers waiting for medical care, follows a belief that high quality literature should be available.

THE WAITING ROOM: The Compelling Debut Novel From Author Leah Kaminsky – Book Review Leah Kaminsky (Random House)pp, RRP $ Dina is the Australian-raised daughter of Jews displaced by World War II. The Waiting Room book.

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The Waiting Room unfolds over the course of a single, life-changing day, but the story it tells spans five decades, three continents, and one family’s compelling history of love, war, and survival.

As the daughter of Holocaust survivors, Dina’s present has always been haunted.