Little Women and Werewolves

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Although the story begins just after World War II, it explores timeless island themes: the subtle tensions (and attractions) between islanders and summer people, the special dynamics of island life, the inevitable competition for lobsters, and how an island community adjusts to change. Women Making Music: The Western Art Tradition, 1150- 1950. She sheds the vanity of her youth to become a woman devoted to helping others, even in the final moments before her death in Season 5.

Pages: 416

Publisher: Del Rey (May 4, 2010)

ISBN: 0345522605

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