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Wallowing in the murky haze of unhallowed unions everywhere, Do You Love Me or Am I Just Paranoid? offers solutions to some of life’s most vexing relationship predicaments, such as: -Things to Do on a Date--If, in Fact, That’s What This ...

Author: Carina Chocano

Publisher: Villard

ISBN: 9780679647409

Category: Humor

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Wallowing in the murky haze of unhallowed unions everywhere, Do You Love Me or Am I Just Paranoid? offers solutions to some of life’s most vexing relationship predicaments, such as: -Things to Do on a Date--If, in Fact, That’s What This Is -Living Together vs. Marriage: A Handy Guide to Telling Them Apart -Why Wait? Making the Most of a Rebound -But Exactly How Great Is He? -Are You in Love or Insane?
2003-01-14 By Carina Chocano

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VILLARD HOWARD PUBLISHING PORTABLE PRESS Do You Love Me or Am I Just Paranoid ? Humor for a Mom's Heart ( Oct. , $ 12.99 ) Uncle John's Ahh - Inspiring Bathroom The Serial Monogamist's Guide to Love collects laughs from bestselling ...

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ISBN: UCSD:31822032002537

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Author: Rose Arny

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ISBN: UOM:39015054026961

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2003 By Rose Arny

POPTART BY CARINA CHOCANO SMELLS LIKE TEEN SPIRIT | When Kelly Osbourne says “ Fuck off , " we say " Fuck yeah " 2 . eco 9 ... is the author of Do You Love Me or Am I Just Paranoid : The Serial teen sex kitten paradigm like Kelly does .

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The early twentieth century notoriously saw an unprecedented wave of experiment in the arts. So intense was this activity that one can without exaggeration speak of a will to experiment (to 'make it new').

Author: David Trotter

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 0198187556

Category: Literary Criticism

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Seeking reasons for modernism's compulsion to experiment, this book explores contemporary definitions of paranoia and its examination through fiction.
2001 By David Trotter

Psychologist Civin (Adelphi U., and private practice) finds that some people and relationships are indeed profoundly affected in both negative and positive ways, and he describes various scenarios and syndromes that develop among the ...

Author: Michael A. Civin

Publisher: Other PressLlc

ISBN: 1892746301

Category: Psychology

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Numerous cases illustrate the various ways e-mail and the Internet have an impact on how people relate to one another. Psychologist Civin (Adelphi U., and private practice) finds that some people and relationships are indeed profoundly affected in both negative and positive ways, and he describes various scenarios and syndromes that develop among the susceptible.

The first book to take a sweeping look at 60 years of film and analyze them thematically.

Author: Ray Pratt

Publisher: Culture America (Hardcover)

ISBN: UOM:39015054189058

Category: History

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A wide-ranging and idiosyncratic look at sixty years of politics and film that uncovers how American movies have mirrored and even challenged anxieties and paranoid perceptions embedded in American society since the start of the Cold War. The first book to take a sweeping look at 60 years of film and analyze them thematically.
2001 By Ray Pratt

Slightly flawed, this is still a good introduction to a difficult subject.

Author: Jay Y. Gonen

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky

ISBN: 9780813121543

Category: History

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Adolf Hitler has always been and will continue to be a tempting subject for psychological analysis -- even if, despite Peter Gay's classic Freud for Historians, psychohistory and psychobiography are still considered the black sheep of historical biography. Gonen (a retired professor of psychology at the University of Cincinnati and author of A Psychohistory of Zionism) offers a brief study and analysis of what he claims is a "Nazi psychology". Drawing from an extensive and rigorous reading of Hitler's speeches and published writings (especially Mein Kampf), Freudian theories and social, economic and cultural history, Gonen ponders whether Hitler was an aberration in German society or a "man of the people". (The German masses, he concludes, shared in Hitler's paranoia and delusions.) Chapters cover the role of ideology in shaping mass thinking, as well as anti-Semitism, lebensraum and the idea of the Volkish state -- and contain fascinating passages on the image of the Jew, the role of women and the interrelatedness of kitsch and death in the Nazi mentality. Although Gonen doesn't really say anything new ("Hitler", he tells us, for example, "was a messianic paranoid"), what he offers is compellingly written and blessedly free of social science jargon. What is troubling, however, is that Gonen fails to explore concepts central to his inquiry, such as "utopia" and "barbarism", and that he contends that Nazism had its own "internal (or) inherent logic". Slightly flawed, this is still a good introduction to a difficult subject.
2000-01-01 By Jay Y. Gonen

Following the brutal 1954 murders of two children in Sioux City, Iowa, police attempted to quell public hysteria by arresting 20 men whom the authorities never claimed had anything to do with the crimes.

Author: Neil Miller

Publisher: Alyson Publications

ISBN: STANFORD:36105112299446

Category: History

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Following the brutal 1954 murders of two children in Sioux City, Iowa, police attempted to quell public hysteria by arresting 20 men whom the authorities never claimed had anything to do with the crimes. Labelled as sexual psychopaths these gay men were sentenced to a mental institution until 'cured'. Shedding a harsh light on 1950s attitudes toward homosexuality, this carefully researched account of this horrendous event shows how the paranoia of the McCarthy era destroyed the lives of gay men and exposes a dark chapter in the history of post-war America.
2002 By Neil Miller