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The Custom of the Country: Based on Edith Wharton's 1913 Novel - Stanton Hitchcock, Jane
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2000, ISBN: 1557832870

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[EAN: 9781557832870], [PU: Applause Theatre & Cinema Books], Drama|American, Fiction|Literary, This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: When it comes to selling your house, the real cost of hiring an agent to help you isn't what you have to pay for their help; it's what you lose because of their help. Better than one of every four houses sold in recent years was marketed by its owner, not by a real estate agent. Do you constantly wonder if you could do a better job of selling your place on your own? You can. With real estate consultants Jim and Cay Hyland's ground-breaking book, you'll learn all you need to know about how to get your house off the market. And better yet, you'll find out how to get your family into the dream home you've always wanted. How do you get buyers to pay attention to your house? What 'hot button' home features should you be sure to showcase on tours? What happens after you make a sale? Covering these questions and more, It's Your House; You Sell It has a step-by-step plan for all you need to be a master private home seller. This is a must-have not only for the wealth of information but also the customized buyer-seller dialogues, glossary of real estate lingo, and interactive worksheets. Take back your power and join the growing number of savvy, 'do-it-yourself' home sellers. The help you need is in your hands.

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[EAN: 9781557832870], Neubuch, [PU: Applause Theatre & Cinema Books], Drama|American, Fiction|Literary, Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: When it comes to selling your house, the real cost of hiring an agent to help you isn't what you have to pay for their help; it's what you lose because of their help. Better than one of every four houses sold in recent years was marketed by its owner, not by a real estate agent. Do you constantly wonder if you could do a better job of selling your place on your own? You can. With real estate consultants Jim and Cay Hyland's ground-breaking book, you'll learn all you need to know about how to get your house off the market. And better yet, you'll find out how to get your family into the dream home you've always wanted. How do you get buyers to pay attention to your house? What 'hot button' home features should you be sure to showcase on tours? What happens after you make a sale? Covering these questions and more, It's Your House; You Sell It has a step-by-step plan for all you need to be a master private home seller. This is a must-have not only for the wealth of information but also the customized buyer-seller dialogues, glossary of real estate lingo, and interactive worksheets. Take back your power and join the growing number of savvy, 'do-it-yourself' home sellers. The help you need is in your hands.

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The Custom of the Country: Based on Edith Wharton's 1913 Novel - Jane Stanton Hitchcock
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(Applause Books). This brilliantly crafted stage version of Wharton's sprawling novel dissecting the New York social scene focuses on the beautiful, but predatory, Undine Spragg and the men in her life. Representing a world motivated by a heartless desire for power and status, Undine takes on lovers and husbands, discarding them when her whims of iron move her. Hitchcock has captured the satiric brilliance of the original work, while managing to transform a narrative of over 500 pages into a tightly-wrought stage piece. In the process, she provides a finely-drawn portrait of an unforgettable heroine against the background of a cruel social milieu dominated by rigid class distinctions and deeply-ingrained prejudices. "A luminous adaptation." Boston Globe classics,contemporary,divorce,domestic life,drama,fiction,humor,humor and entertainment,literary,literature and fiction Sports & Outdoors, Applause Theatre & Cinema Books

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This brilliantly crafted stage version of Wharton's sprawling novel dissecting the New York social scene focuses on the beautiful, but predatory, Undine Spragg and the men in her life. Representing a world motivated by a heartless desire for power and status, Undine takes on lovers and husbands, discarding them when her whims of iron move her. Hitchcock has captured the satiric brilliance of the original work, while managing to transform a narrative of over 500 pages into a tightly-wrought stage piece. In the process, she provides a finely-drawn portrait of an unforgettable heroine against the background of a cruel social milieu dominated by rigid class distinctions and deeply-ingrained prejudices. "A luminous adaptation." - Boston Globe The Custom of the Country Wharton, Edith / Hitchcock, Jane Stanton, Applause Theatre & Cinema Book Publishers

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The Custom of the Country: Based on Edith Whartons 1913 Novel - Stanton Hitchcock, Jane
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Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, 2000-02-01. Paperback. Very Good. VG- Mild cover wear. Mild aging to clean pages with tight binding. Gift inscription on inside cover., Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, 2000-02-01

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The Custom of the Country

This brilliantly crafted stage version of Wharton's sprawling novel dissecting the New York social scene focuses on the beautiful, but predatory, Undine Spragg and the men in her life. Representing a world motivated by a heartless desire for power and status, Undine takes on lovers and husbands, discarding them when her whims of iron move her. Hitchcock has captured the satiric brilliance of the original work, while managing to transform a narrative of over 500 pages into a tightly-wrought stage piece. In the process, she provides a finely-drawn portrait of an unforgettable heroine against the background of a cruel social milieu dominated by rigid class distinctions and deeply-ingrained prejudices. "A luminous adaptation." - Boston Globe

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781557832870
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1557832870
Copertina flessibile
Anno di pubblicazione: 2000
Editore: APPLAUSE THEATRE BOOKS
80 Pagine
Peso: 0,091 kg
Lingua: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1557832870

ISBN - Stili di scrittura alternativi:
1-55783-287-0, 978-1-55783-287-0


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