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Donovan, Anne

Overview
Works: 7 works in 50 publications in 1 language and 1,420 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Domestic fiction  Psychological fiction 
Classifications: PR6104.O56, 823.92
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Publications about Anne Donovan
Publications by Anne Donovan
Most widely held works by Anne Donovan
Buddha Da by Anne Donovan( Book )
24 editions published between 2002 and 2009 in English and held by 783 libraries worldwide
Anne Marie's dad, a Glaswegian painter and decorator, has always been game for a laugh. So when he first takes up meditation at the Buddhist Center, no one takes him seriously. But as Jimmy becomes more involved in a search for the spiritual, his beliefs start to come into conflict with the needs of his wife, Liz. Cracks appear in their apparently happy family life, and the ensuing events change the lives of each family member
Being Emily by Anne Donovan( Book )
7 editions published between 2008 and 2009 in English and held by 427 libraries worldwide
Does the middle child in a family always get a raw deal? Certainly life is not straightforward for Fiona O'Connell. With her older brother out at work, she is often left in charge at home, dealing with the terror of her little twin sisters, Mona and Rona, and their line-dancing routines. She finds her escape in her books, her art and her blossoming friendship with Jaz, the Sikh boy at school. Then, one day her mother goes into hospital to have her fifth child. And she never comes home. Her death in childbirth feels like something that happened in Victorian times - surely not in Glasgow in the 21st century. For Fiona, life will never be the same again
Being Emily by Anne Donovan( Book )
5 editions published between 2008 and 2009 in Undetermined and English and held by 156 libraries worldwide
Things are never dull in the O'Connell family. With her older brother out at work, Fiona O'Connell is often left in charge at home, dealing with the terror of her little twin sisters, Mona and Rona and their line dancing routines. Still she thinks that life in their tenement flat is far less interesting than Emily Bronte's, and the books that she is fascinated by. Tragedy is not confined to Victorian novels and Fiona's happy domestic set-up is about to change
Buddha Da by Anne Donovan( Sound Recording )
10 editions published between 2003 and 2012 in English and held by 41 libraries worldwide
Anne Marie's dad, a Glaswegian painter and decorator, has always been game for a laugh. So when he first takes up meditation at the Buddhist Center, no one takes him seriously. But as Jimmy becomes more involved in a search for the spiritual, his beliefs start to come into conflict with the needs of his wife, Liz. Cracks appear in their apparently happy family life, and the ensuing events change the lives of each family member
Being Emily by Anne Donovan( Sound Recording )
2 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 9 libraries worldwide
Does the middle child in a family always get a raw deal? Certainly life is not straightforward for Fiona O'Connell. With her older brother out at work, she is often left in charge at home, dealing with the terror of her little twin sisters, Mona and Rona, and their line-dancing routines. She finds her escape in her books, her art and her blossoming friendship with Jaz, the Sikh boy at school. Then, one day her mother goes into hospital to have her fifth child. And she never comes home. Her death in childbirth feels like something that happened in Victorian times - surely not in Glasgow in the 21st century. For Fiona, life will never be the same again
Being Emily by Anne Donovan( file )
1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
Does the middle child in a family always get a raw deal? Certainly life is not straightforward for Fiona O'Connell. With her older brother out at work, she is often left in charge at home, dealing with the terror of her little twin sisters, Mona and Rona, and their line-dancing routines. She finds her escape in her books, her art and her blossoming friendship with Jaz, the Sikh boy at school. Then, one day her mother goes into hospital to have her fifth child. And she never comes home. Her death in childbirth feels like something that happened in Victorian times - surely not in Glasgow in the 21st century. For Fiona, life will never be the same again
Global bioethics : issues of conscience for the twenty-first century by Ronald Michael Green( Book )
1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The ethics of medical care and biomedical research are rapidly becoming global. This volume gathers leading bioethicists to explore many new questions raised by the internationalization of medical care and biomedical research. Topics covered include, amongst others, the impact of globalization and the relation of religion to global bioethics. - ;Medical care and biomedical research are rapidly becoming global. Ethical questions that once arose only in the narrow context of the physician-patient relationship in relatively prosperous societies are now being raised across societies, cultures, and
 
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