3 edition of My ruby slippers found in the catalog.
My ruby slippers
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||CT275.S469 A3 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010025586|
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"Tracy Seeley's My Ruby Slippers offers a graceful journey into the secret worlds of grief, illness, and ultimately, recovery.
This is a wonderfully vivid and compassionate book, reminding us of how place can shape us and make us whole again." - Dinty Moore, author of Between Panic and by: 1. "Tracy Seeley's My Ruby Slippers offers a graceful journey into the secret worlds of grief, illness, and ultimately, recovery.
This is a wonderfully vivid and compassionate book, reminding us of how place can shape us and make us whole again." - Dinty Moore, author of Between Panic and Desire/5(16). Her book MY RUBY SLIPPERS: THE ROAD BACK TO KANSAS tells the tale of her falling in love with the state she thought she'd left behind.
A lyric exploration of place and displacement, Tracy Seeley is a nonfiction writer, professor at the University of /5. Tracy Seeley’s My Ruby Slippers takes us on a knockabout journey to Dorothy territory, but when she awakens in sunflowers, she’s not home.
An honest inquiry into who we are wherever we are, and a brave meditation on mortality. A wonderful book.”—Terese Svoboda, author of Black Glasses Like Clark Kent.
Ruby's Slippers by Tricia Rayburn Realistic Fiction pages This book is about a girl named Ruby Lee, who grew up in Curly Creek, Kansas all her life with he mother.
She has been friends with Gabby as long as she can remember and was comfortable with everyone around the neighborhood. She enjoys everything, including the movie 'Wizard of Oz', her 4/5.
I rate Ruby's Slippers by Tricia Rayburn a 4/5. I think was such a great book. To start this review off Ruby (Main Character), idol is Dorothy from the Wizard of believes that it is the best book in the world.
In Curly Creek (her neighborhood) Ruby has never watched a youtube video, looked at facebook, or downloaded an iTune/5(11). This book is primarily a search for meaning and what is important in the lives of a varied cast of New Yorkers.
With multiple characters all connected somehow to the central figure of Michael, the Latvian immigrant grocer, and hence, in turn, to the ruby slippers, the novel is a delightfully pleasant, yet unrealistic, tale/5.
The ruby slippers are the magic pair of shoes worn by Dorothy Gale as played by Judy Garland in the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer musical film The Wizard of e of their iconic stature, the ruby slippers are among the most valuable items of film memorabilia.
A number of pairs were made for the film, though the exact number is unknown. Five pairs are known to have. Ruby Slippers provides women (and men) with a balanced and substantiveyet entirely accessibletreatment of femininity.
Fincher makes her case for a reasonable complementarity of male and female souls without attaching to this any kind of patriarchal model. By framing her discussion in terms of a flexible sense of 'family resemblances /5(24). Posted in About My Ruby Slippers, book tour, Uncategorized | Tagged book tour, Eugene, Moscow Idaho, My Ruby Slippers: The Road Back to Kansas, RV camping | 12 Comments.
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My ruby slippers by Tracy Seeley,University of Nebraska Press edition, in EnglishCited by: 1. Dorothy's ruby red slippers from The Wizard of Oz remain among the most iconic parcels of Hollywood history, and even when they're not being clicked together three times, they still bring audiences a sense of home.
The shoes, which were essential elements of Judy Garland's costume in the technicolor classic, have a storied history of creation, use, and. My Ruby Slippers: The Road Back to Kansas will appear in print in March And in June, I’ll be taking it on the road with my traveling companion and husband, filmmaker Frederick Marx.
We’ll be stopping in at local Continue reading →. My Ruby Slippers tells the story of that search, the tale of a woman with an impassioned if vague sense of mission: to find the meaning of home.
Seeley finds herself in a Kansas that defies memory, a place far more complex and elusive than the sum of its cultural myths. A pair of ruby red slippers, produced for Judy Garland to wear in the Wizard of Oz, have been discovered by police over a decade after they were stolen from the Judy Garland Museum in Grand Rapids.
My Ruby Slippers: The Road Back to Kansas will appear in print in March And in June, I’ll be taking it on the road with my traveling companion and husband, filmmaker Frederick Marx. We’ll be stopping in at local places, celebrating local cultures, showing movies on the side of our trailer, and doing readings along the way.
Her book MY RUBY SLIPPERS: THE ROAD BACK TO KANSAS tells the tale of her falling in love with the state she thought she'd left behind. A lyric exploration of place and displacement, geographical and otherwise. Tracy lives in Oakland, California with her husband Frederick Marx, a filmmaker, and with three formerly feral--and not very cuddly /5(16).
In 'Ruby Slippers' Jonalyn Fincher makes the point that women can be both fully human and fully feminine. She asks the question 'What exactly did Jesus redeem when he redeemed women?' Fincher points out that femininity runs deeper than aprons, frills, or romance.
It begins with feminine souls who are living cameos of the triune God. Follow her as she goes step by step. Stolen ruby slippers found The iconic ruby slippers Judy Garland wore in the film "The Wizard of Oz" have been recovered.
Thirteen years after they were stolen, Grand Rapids Police. The history of the ruby slippers The shoes are covered in about 2, sequins, according to the Hollywood Reporter In The Wonderful Wizard of Oz - L. Frank Baum's book on which the film is.Get this from a library!
My ruby slippers: the road back to Kansas. [Tracy Seeley] -- Tracy Seeley spent a lot of her years moving on, moving on-- and then her father left the family.
After time and some tough life issues, she needed to find her way back to Kansas, to her roots. Ruby Slippers reminded me very much of a story in lines of The Yellow Wallpaper, or The Awakening - it's not so much a story as it is a study of a psychological disorder.
In the case of Ruby Slippers, that would be a dissociative fugue. In a fugue state, a person will forget their previous life, developing a form of amnesia/5.