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Proctor Silex

Proctor-Silex 33043 4-Quart Slow Cooker Color:Black The Proctor Silex 4 Quart Portable Slow Cooker has a Keep Warm setting. The removable stoneware is dishwasher safe
$14.86 USD

Color:Black The Proctor Silex 4 Quart Portable Slow Cooker has a Keep Warm setting. The removable stoneware is dishwasher safe for easy cleanup.

2017
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Is This The Life We Really Want? Explicit Lyrics Roger Waters, the creative power and songwriting force behind Pink Floyd, presents Is This The Life We Really Want ?, his first
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$13.27 USD

Roger Waters, the creative power and songwriting force behind Pink Floyd, presents Is This The Life We Really Want ?, his first rock album in 25 years. The album is produced and mixed by Nigel Godrich (Radiohead, Paul McCartney, Beck, U2, "From the Basement"), and includes 12 new Roger Waters musical compositions and studio performances. Roger Waters' last studio album, 1992's Amused To Death, was a prescient study of popular culture, exploring the power of television in the era of the First Gulf War. This long-awaited follow-up, Is This The Life We Really Want ?, is an unflinching commentary on the modern world and uncertain times, and a natural successor to such classic Pink Floyd albums as Animals and The Wall. Tracks on Is This The Life We Really Want ? include: "When We Were Young," "Déjà vu," "The Last Refugee," "Picture That," "Broken Bones," "The Life We Really Want," "A Bird In A Gale," "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World," "Smell the Roses," "Wait For Her," "Oceans Apart," and "Part of Me Died." The lyrics for Wait for Her were written by Roger Waters and inspired by an English translation by an unknown author of "Lesson from the Kama Sutra (Wait for Her)," by Mahmoud Darwish. The musicians on Is This The Life We Really Want? are: Roger Waters (vocals, acoustic, bass), Nigel Godrich (arrangement, sound collages, keyboards, guitar), Gus Seyffert (bass, guitar, keyboards), Jonathan Wilson (guitar, keyboards), Joey Waronker (drums), Roger Mannning (keyboards), Lee Pardini (keyboards) and Lucius (vocals) with Jessica Wolfe and Holly Proctor.

2017
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Is This The Life We Really Want? Explicit Lyrics Roger Waters, the creative power and songwriting force behind Pink Floyd, presents Is This The Life We Really Want ?, his first
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$35.31 USD

Roger Waters, the creative power and songwriting force behind Pink Floyd, presents Is This The Life We Really Want ?, his first rock album in 25 years. The album is produced and mixed by Nigel Godrich (Radiohead, Paul McCartney, Beck, U2, "From the Basement"), and includes 12 new Roger Waters musical compositions and studio performances. Roger Waters' last studio album, 1992's Amused To Death, was a prescient study of popular culture, exploring the power of television in the era of the First Gulf War. This long-awaited follow-up, Is This The Life We Really Want ?, is an unflinching commentary on the modern world and uncertain times, and a natural successor to such classic Pink Floyd albums as Animals and The Wall. Tracks on Is This The Life We Really Want ? include: "When We Were Young," "Déjà vu," "The Last Refugee," "Picture That," "Broken Bones," "The Life We Really Want," "A Bird In A Gale," "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World," "Smell the Roses," "Wait For Her," "Oceans Apart," and "Part of Me Died." The lyrics for Wait for Her were written by Roger Waters and inspired by an English translation by an unknown author of "Lesson from the Kama Sutra (Wait for Her)," by Mahmoud Darwish. The musicians on Is This The Life We Really Want? are: Roger Waters (vocals, acoustic, bass), Nigel Godrich (arrangement, sound collages, keyboards, guitar), Gus Seyffert (bass, guitar, keyboards), Jonathan Wilson (guitar, keyboards), Joey Waronker (drums), Roger Mannning (keyboards), Lee Pardini (keyboards) and Lucius (vocals) with Jessica Wolfe and Holly Proctor.

2017
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SimuGator: LSAT Proctor DVD (Test-Day Simulation for LSAT PrepTests) Students who do not practice their LSAT PrepTests under actual conditions WILL experience a drop in their score on test day. This
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SimuGator: LSAT Proctor DVD (Test-Day Simulation for LSAT PrepTests) by SimuGator

Students who do not practice their LSAT PrepTests under actual conditions WILL experience a drop in their score on test day. This is because the test-day environment is more intimidating and full of distractions that will undermine months of dedicated LSAT prep. The SimuGator LSAT Proctor DVD solves this problem! It is the only full video simulation of the LSAT for students to use along with their LSAT PrepTests. With the push of a button, you will be immersed in a realistic LSAT environment complete with: a proctor who tells you when to start, gives the five-minute warning, and tells you when to stop; all of the test-day procedures so you can know what to expect; and the feeling of people being around you making common test-day distractions. Simply put, this is the only product that lets you 1) accurately time your PrepTests with the push of a button, 2) improve your concentration, and 3) be prepared for anything on test day.

2017
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Is This The Life We Really Want? Roger Waters, the creative power and songwriting force behind Pink Floyd, presents Is This The Life We Really Want ?, his first
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$13.55 USD

Roger Waters, the creative power and songwriting force behind Pink Floyd, presents Is This The Life We Really Want ?, his first rock album in 25 years. The album is produced and mixed by Nigel Godrich (Radiohead, Paul McCartney, Beck, U2, "From the Basement"), and includes 12 new Roger Waters musical compositions and studio performances. Roger Waters' last studio album, 1992's Amused To Death, was a prescient study of popular culture, exploring the power of television in the era of the First Gulf War. This long-awaited follow-up, Is This The Life We Really Want ?, is an unflinching commentary on the modern world and uncertain times, and a natural successor to such classic Pink Floyd albums as Animals and The Wall. Tracks on Is This The Life We Really Want ? include: "When We Were Young," "Déjà vu," "The Last Refugee," "Picture That," "Broken Bones," "The Life We Really Want," "A Bird In A Gale," "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World," "Smell the Roses," "Wait For Her," "Oceans Apart," and "Part of Me Died." The lyrics for Wait for Her were written by Roger Waters and inspired by an English translation by an unknown author of "Lesson from the Kama Sutra (Wait for Her)," by Mahmoud Darwish. The musicians on Is This The Life We Really Want? are: Roger Waters (vocals, acoustic, bass), Nigel Godrich (arrangement, sound collages, keyboards, guitar), Gus Seyffert (bass, guitar, keyboards), Jonathan Wilson (guitar, keyboards), Joey Waronker (drums), Roger Mannning (keyboards), Lee Pardini (keyboards) and Lucius (vocals) with Jessica Wolfe and Holly Proctor.

2017
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Is This The Life We Really Want? Roger Waters, the creative power and songwriting force behind Pink Floyd, presents Is This The Life We Really Want ?, his first
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$13.55 USD

Roger Waters, the creative power and songwriting force behind Pink Floyd, presents Is This The Life We Really Want ?, his first rock album in 25 years. The album is produced and mixed by Nigel Godrich (Radiohead, Paul McCartney, Beck, U2, "From the Basement"), and includes 12 new Roger Waters musical compositions and studio performances. Roger Waters' last studio album, 1992's Amused To Death, was a prescient study of popular culture, exploring the power of television in the era of the First Gulf War. This long-awaited follow-up, Is This The Life We Really Want ?, is an unflinching commentary on the modern world and uncertain times, and a natural successor to such classic Pink Floyd albums as Animals and The Wall. Tracks on Is This The Life We Really Want ? include: "When We Were Young," "Déjà vu," "The Last Refugee," "Picture That," "Broken Bones," "The Life We Really Want," "A Bird In A Gale," "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World," "Smell the Roses," "Wait For Her," "Oceans Apart," and "Part of Me Died." The lyrics for Wait for Her were written by Roger Waters and inspired by an English translation by an unknown author of "Lesson from the Kama Sutra (Wait for Her)," by Mahmoud Darwish. The musicians on Is This The Life We Really Want? are: Roger Waters (vocals, acoustic, bass), Nigel Godrich (arrangement, sound collages, keyboards, guitar), Gus Seyffert (bass, guitar, keyboards), Jonathan Wilson (guitar, keyboards), Joey Waronker (drums), Roger Mannning (keyboards), Lee Pardini (keyboards) and Lucius (vocals) with Jessica Wolfe and Holly Proctor.

2017
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Is This The Life We Really Want? Roger Waters, the creative power and songwriting force behind Pink Floyd, presents Is This The Life We Really Want ?, his first
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$13.55 USD

Roger Waters, the creative power and songwriting force behind Pink Floyd, presents Is This The Life We Really Want ?, his first rock album in 25 years. The album is produced and mixed by Nigel Godrich (Radiohead, Paul McCartney, Beck, U2, "From the Basement"), and includes 12 new Roger Waters musical compositions and studio performances. Roger Waters' last studio album, 1992's Amused To Death, was a prescient study of popular culture, exploring the power of television in the era of the First Gulf War. This long-awaited follow-up, Is This The Life We Really Want ?, is an unflinching commentary on the modern world and uncertain times, and a natural successor to such classic Pink Floyd albums as Animals and The Wall. Tracks on Is This The Life We Really Want ? include: "When We Were Young," "Déjà vu," "The Last Refugee," "Picture That," "Broken Bones," "The Life We Really Want," "A Bird In A Gale," "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World," "Smell the Roses," "Wait For Her," "Oceans Apart," and "Part of Me Died." The lyrics for Wait for Her were written by Roger Waters and inspired by an English translation by an unknown author of "Lesson from the Kama Sutra (Wait for Her)," by Mahmoud Darwish. The musicians on Is This The Life We Really Want? are: Roger Waters (vocals, acoustic, bass), Nigel Godrich (arrangement, sound collages, keyboards, guitar), Gus Seyffert (bass, guitar, keyboards), Jonathan Wilson (guitar, keyboards), Joey Waronker (drums), Roger Mannning (keyboards), Lee Pardini (keyboards) and Lucius (vocals) with Jessica Wolfe and Holly Proctor.

2017
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Proctor Silex 31122 Modern Toaster Oven, Black So many cooking options in so little space never looked this good. With sleek curved front and a sophisticated silver finish, the
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$30.77 USD

So many cooking options in so little space never looked this good. With sleek curved front and a sophisticated silver finish, the Proctor Silex Modern Toaster Oven is the perfect kitchen counter mainstay that can handle all your toasting and small batch cooking needs. A fraction of the size of a conventional oven and more versatile than a standard toaster, this oven lets you toast up to four slices of bread at once, bake a 9" pizza or broil burgers. It's equipped with multiple cooking settings, including an adjustable temperature from 150F-450F. A 30-minute timer with ready bell, a toast shade selector and an auto shutoff simplify the cooking process. Crumbs stay off the counter and in the crumb tray that drops down for easy cleaning.

2017
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Pivot: The Art and Science of Reinventing Your Career and Life “This wonderful book shows you how to get in touch with your real self, decide exactly who you are and what you want, and make
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$8.57 USD

“This wonderful book shows you how to get in touch with your real self, decide exactly who you are and what you want, and make your life into a masterpiece.” (Brian Tracy, author of The Power of Self-Confidence) “Pivot in your life, pivot in your body and your business. This book will show you how. It all starts with the first step.” (Bob Proctor, bestselling speaker, teacher, and author of Thoughts Are Things) “Pivot features stories of people just like you that changed their lives by making different choices. Read it and pivot into success.” (Joe Vitale, bestselling author of Zero Limits) “Is it time for a change? Are you ready to have the life you’ve always wanted? Get this book and learn how to change your life to one you want to live.” (Dr. Joe Rubino, CEO, CenterForPersonalReinvention.com) Adam Markel is a masterful teacher and visionary who provides practical hope with essential real life skills. Pivot is a game changer that offers insightful principles and refreshing stories that both inspire and instruct. If you're serious about not just making changes in your life, but transforming who you are, this powerful book is a must read." (Marcia Wieder, CEO, Dream University and bestselling author of DREAM) "Incredible wisdom from Adam Markel in this guidebook for taking charge of your life and realizing your potential." (Sharon Lechter, CPA CGMA, author of Think and Grow Rich for Women, Co-author of Rich Dad Poor Dad and 14 other Rich Dad Poor Dad books) "In Pivot, Markel has created a roadmap for honoring the ordinary life by finding one’s extraordinary gifts. I was inspired to more courageously embrace my own reinvention story and trust that I’m on the right track – even when it doesn’t feel that way." (Karen Leland, Columnist Entrepreneur.com and author of The Brand Mapping Strategy) "With its extraordinary information and practical focus, PIVOT is a must read for anyone who is reinventing their life -- or even thinking about it! Adam has made the reinvention process simple!" (Jill Lublin, Bestselling author, international speaker and Radical Influence Expert) "Whether you are reclaiming your optimal health, reinventing yourself or rediscovering your passions and joy, Pivot is the perfect book to catapult you into the next stratosphere of your life and new possibility. Markel has done a brilliant job of converging all of his wisdom and genius into a magnificent body of work that we all can benefit from, simply a MUST read." (Lisa Nichols, author of the New York Times bestseller, No Matter What!, and CEO, Motivating the Masses, Inc.) “Pivot over to the bookstore and let Markel show you how just a tiny change in your thinking will create a massive transformation in your career and life.” (Phil Town, financial adviser and author of the #1 New York Times best seller, Rule #1) About the Author Adam Markel is a transformational teacher who inspires, empowers, and guides people to live authentically, purposefully, and powerfully from their hearts. He is the CEO and owner of Peak Potentials, one of the largest personal and business success training companies in the world. He is also an attorney and entrepreneur who uniquely bridges the worlds of business, psychology, and spirituality.

2016
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21 Distinctions of Wealth: Attract the Abundance You Deserve  "It's time for you to attract all the wealth you want now by reading this great book and activating Peggy's
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$11.47 USD

"It's time for you to attract all the wealth you want now by reading this great book and activating Peggy's perfect 'demandment'." — Mark Victor Hansen, co-creator of the #1 New York Times best-selling series Chicken Soup for the Soul®    "Abundance is your birthright ... however, awareness is the key to attraction. I have watched Peggy McColl study, manifest and teach this information for 25 years. If you want abundance, she can sure show you how to get it." — Bob Proctor, best-selling author of You Were Born Rich   "Peggy McColl has done it again! 21 Distinctions of Wealth seizes the essence of universal principles in a way that makes manifesting abundance simple, exciting, empowering, and not only possible but probable. I highly recommend this book to anyone wanting a more prosperous future!"   — Crystal Andrus, best-selling author of Simply…Woman!   "The 21 Distinctions of Wealth can help you to attract the abundance you deserve in your life, just as the subtitle says. Every one of us has the capability of creating a life of prosperity, abundance, happiness, and fulfillment. Peggy McColl's clear writing shows us the way. Read it carefully, work and play with it in your life — and prepare yourself for some truly remarkable results! " — Marc Allen, author of The Millionaire Course and The Greatest Secret of All   "In this brilliant book, Peggy McColl reveals the wisest and most profound principles to help you bring more wealth into every area of your life. Apply these principles today and be ready for an avalanche of abundance."  — Marci Shimoff, the #1 New York Times best-selling author of Chicken Soup for the Woman’s Soul and Happy for No Reason, and featured teacher in The Secret   Read more About the Author Peggy McColl is an internationally recognized expert in the area of destiny achievement whose purpose is to make a positive contribution to the lives of millions of others. She has been inspiring individuals, experts, professional athletes, and organizations to reach their potential for the past 25 years. She is the president and founder of Dynamic Destinies Inc., an organization committed to deliver sound principles for creating lasting and positive change. Read more

2015
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Pivot: The Art and Science of Reinventing Your Career and Life “This wonderful book shows you how to get in touch with your real self, decide exactly who you are and what you want, and make
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$19.55 USD

“This wonderful book shows you how to get in touch with your real self, decide exactly who you are and what you want, and make your life into a masterpiece.” (Brian Tracy, author of The Power of Self-Confidence) “Pivot in your life, pivot in your body and your business. This book will show you how. It all starts with the first step.” (Bob Proctor, bestselling speaker, teacher, and author of Thoughts Are Things) “Pivot features stories of people just like you that changed their lives by making different choices. Read it and pivot into success.” (Joe Vitale, bestselling author of Zero Limits) “Is it time for a change? Are you ready to have the life you’ve always wanted? Get this book and learn how to change your life to one you want to live.” (Dr. Joe Rubino, CEO, CenterForPersonalReinvention.com) Adam Markel is a masterful teacher and visionary who provides practical hope with essential real life skills. Pivot is a game changer that offers insightful principles and refreshing stories that both inspire and instruct. If you're serious about not just making changes in your life, but transforming who you are, this powerful book is a must read." (Marcia Wieder, CEO, Dream University and bestselling author of DREAM) "Incredible wisdom from Adam Markel in this guidebook for taking charge of your life and realizing your potential." (Sharon Lechter, CPA CGMA, author of Think and Grow Rich for Women, Co-author of Rich Dad Poor Dad and 14 other Rich Dad Poor Dad books) "In Pivot, Markel has created a roadmap for honoring the ordinary life by finding one’s extraordinary gifts. I was inspired to more courageously embrace my own reinvention story and trust that I’m on the right track – even when it doesn’t feel that way." (Karen Leland, Columnist Entrepreneur.com and author of The Brand Mapping Strategy) "With its extraordinary information and practical focus, PIVOT is a must read for anyone who is reinventing their life -- or even thinking about it! Adam has made the reinvention process simple!" (Jill Lublin, Bestselling author, international speaker and Radical Influence Expert) "Whether you are reclaiming your optimal health, reinventing yourself or rediscovering your passions and joy, Pivot is the perfect book to catapult you into the next stratosphere of your life and new possibility. Markel has done a brilliant job of converging all of his wisdom and genius into a magnificent body of work that we all can benefit from, simply a MUST read." (Lisa Nichols, author of the New York Times bestseller, No Matter What!, and CEO, Motivating the Masses, Inc.) “Pivot over to the bookstore and let Markel show you how just a tiny change in your thinking will create a massive transformation in your career and life.” (Phil Town, financial adviser and author of the #1 New York Times best seller, Rule #1) About the Author Adam Markel is a transformational teacher who inspires, empowers, and guides people to live authentically, purposefully, and powerfully from their hearts. He is the CEO and owner of Peak Potentials, one of the largest personal and business success training companies in the world. He is also an attorney and entrepreneur who uniquely bridges the worlds of business, psychology, and spirituality.

2016
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My Brilliant Friend: Neapolitan Novels, Book One Praise for Elena Ferrante and The Neapolitan Novels The United States “Ferrante’s novels are intensely, violently personal,
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$8.04 USD

Praise for Elena Ferrante and The Neapolitan Novels The United States “Ferrante’s novels are intensely, violently personal, and because of this they seem to dangle bristling key chains of confession before the unsuspecting reader.” —James Wood, The New Yorker   “One of the more nuanced portraits of feminine friendship in recent memory.” —Megan O’Grady, Vogue   “Amazing! My Brilliant Friend took my breath away. If I were president of the world I would make everyone read this book. It is so honest and right and opens up heart to so much. Reading Ferrante reminded me of that child-like excitement when you can’t look up from the page, when your eyes seem to be popping from your head, when you think: I didn’t know books could do this!” —Elizabeth Strout, author of Olive Kitteridge   “I like the Italian writer, Elena Ferrante, a lot. I've been reading all her work and all about her.” — John Waters, actor and director   “Elena Ferrante may be the best contemporary novelist you’ve never heard of”— The Economist   “Ferrante’s freshness has nothing to do with fashion…it is imbued with the most haunting music of all, the echoes of literary history.” —The New York Times Book Review   “I am such a fan of Ferrante’s work, and have been for quite a while.” —Jennifer Gilmore, author of The Mothers   “The women’s fraught relationship and shifting fortunes are the life forces of the poignant book” — Publisher’s Weekly   “When I read [the Neapolitan novels] I find that I never want to stop. I feel vexed by the obstacles—my job, or acquaintances on the subway—that threaten to keep me apart from the books. I mourn separations (a year until the next one—how?). I am propelled by a ravenous will to keep going.”—Molly Fischer, The New Yorker “[Ferrante’s Neapolitan Novels] don’t merely offer a teeming vision of working-class Naples, with its cobblers and professors, communists and mobbed-up businessmen, womanizing poets and downtrodden wives; they present one of modern fiction’s richest portraits of a friendship.” —John Powers, Fresh Air, NPR   “Elena Ferrante is one of the great novelists of our time. Her voice is passionate, her view sweeping and her gaze basilisk . . . In these bold, gorgeous, relentless novels, Ferrante traces the deep connections between the political and the domestic. This is a new version of the way we live now — one we need, one told brilliantly, by a woman.”—Roxana Robinson, The New York Times Book Review   “An intoxicatingly furious portrait of enmeshed friends Lila and Elena, Bright and passionate girls from a raucous neighborhood in world-class Naples. Ferrante writes with such aggression  and unnerving psychological insight about the messy complexity of female friendship that the real world can drop away when you’re reading her.”—Entertainment Weekly "It's just hypnotic. I could not stop reading it or thinking about it."—Hillary Clinton   “Ferrante seasons the prose with provocative perceptions not unlike the way Proust did.” —Shelf Awareness   “It would be difficult to find a deeper portrait of women’s friendship than the one in Ferrante’s Neapolitan novels, which unfold from the fifties to the twenty-first century to tell a single story with the possessive force of an origin myth.”—Megan O’Grady, Vogue    “Ferrante’s writing is so unencumbered, so natural, and yet so lovely, brazen, and flush. The constancy of detail and the pacing that zips and skips then slows to a real-time crawl have an almost psychic effect, bringing you deeply into synchronicity with the discomforts and urgency of the characters’ emotions. Ferrante is unlike other writers—not because she’s innovative, but rather because she’s unselfconscious and brutally, diligently honest.”—Minna Proctor, Bookforum   “Ferrante can do a woman’s interior dialogue like no one else, with a ferocity that is shockingly honest, unnervingly blunt.”—Booklist   “The truest evocation of a complex and lifelong friendship between women I’ve ever read.” —Emily Gould, author of Friendship   “Elena Ferrante is the author of several remarkable, lucid, austerely honest novels . . . My Brilliant Friend is a large, captivating, amiably peopled bildungsroman.”—James Wood, The New Yorker   “Compelling, visceral and immediate . . . a riveting examination of power . . . The Neapolitan novels are a tour de force.”—Jennifer Gilmore, The Los Angeles Times   “Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay surpasses the rapturous storytelling of the previous titles in the Neapolitan Novels.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)   “Ferrante’s voice feels necessary. She is the Italian Alice Munro.”—Mona Simpson,author of Casebook and Anywhere But Here   “Elena Ferrante will blow you away.”—Alice Sebold, author of The Lovely Bones   “The Days of Abandonment is a powerful, heartrending novel.”—Jhumpa Lahiri, Pulitzer-prize winning author of The Lowland    “The Neapolitan novel cycle is an unconditional masterpiece . . . I read all the books in a state of immersion; I was totally enthralled. There was nothing else I wanted to do except follow the lives of Lila and Lenù to the end.”—Jhumpa Lahiri, Pulitzer-prize winning author of The Lowland   “Reading Ferrante reminded me of that child-like excitement when you can’t look up from the page, when your eyes seem to be popping from your head, when you think: I didn’t know books could do this!”—Elizabeth Strout, Pulitzer-prize winning author of The Burgess Boys   “Elena Ferrante: the best angry woman writer ever!”—John Waters, director   “The feverish speculation about the identity of Elena Ferrante betrays an understandable failure of imagination: it seems impossible that right now somewhere someone sits in a room and draws up these books. Palatial and heartbreaking beyond measure, the Neapolitan novels seem less written than they do revealed. One simply surrenders. When the final volume appears—may that day never come!—they’re bound to be acknowledged as one of the most powerful works of art, in any medium, of our age.”—Gideon Lewis-Kraus, author of A Sense of Direction   “Ferrante tackles girlhood and friendship with amazing force.”—Gwyneth Paltrow, actor   “Elena Ferrante’s The Story of a New Name. Book two in her Naples trilogy. Two words: Read it.”—Ann Hood, writer (from Twitter)   “Ferrante continues to imbue this growing saga with great magic.”—Booklist(starred review)   “One of Italy’s best contemporary novelists.”?—The Seattle Times “Ferrante’s emotional and carnal candor are so potent.”—Janet Maslin, The New York Times   “Elena Ferrante’s gutsy and compulsively readable new novel, the first of a quartet, is a terrific entry point for Americans unfamiliar with the famously reclusive writer, whose go-for-broke tales of women’s shadow selves—those ambivalent mothers and seething divorcées too complex or unseemly for polite society (and most literary fiction, for that matter)—shimmer with Balzacian human detail and subtle psychological suspense . . . The Neapolitan novels offer one of the more nuanced portraits of feminine friendship in recent memory—from the make-up and break-up quarrels of young girls to the way in which we carefully define ourselves against each other as teens—Ferrante wisely balances her memoir-like emotional authenticity with a wry sociological understanding of a society on the verge of dramatic change.” —Megan O’Grady, Vogue   “My Brilliant Friend is a sweeping family-centered epic that encompasses issues of loyalty, love, and a transforming Europe. This gorgeous novel should bring a host of new readers to one of Italy’s most acclaimed authors.”—The Barnes and Noble Review   “Ferrante draws an indelible picture of the city’s mean streets and the poverty, violence and sameness of lives lived in the same place forever . . . She is a fierce writer.”—Shelf Awareness   “Ferrante transforms the love, separation and reunion of two poor urban girls into the general tragedy of their city.”––The New York Times   “Beautifully translated by Ann Goldstein . . . Ferrante writes with a ferocious, intimate urgency that is a celebration of anger. Ferrante is terribly good with anger, a very specific sort of wrath harbored by women, who are so often not allowed to give voice to it. We are angry, a lot of the time, at the position we’re in—whether it’s as wife, daughter, mother, friend—and I can think of no other woman writing who is so swift and gorgeous in this rage, so bracingly fearless in mining fury.”—Susanna Sonnenberg, The San Francisco Chronicle   “Everyone should read anything with Ferrante’s name on it.”—The Boston Globe   “The through-line in all of Ferrante’s investigations, for me, is nothing less than one long, mind-and-heart-shredding howl for the history of women (not only Neapolitan women), and its implicit j’accuse . . . Ferrante’s effect, critics agree, is inarguable. ‘Intensely, violently personal’ and ‘brutal directness, familial torment’ is how James Wood ventures to categorize her—descriptions that seem mild after you’ve encountered the work.” —Joan Frank, The San Francisco Chronicle   “Lila, mercurial, unsparing, and, at the end of this first episode in a planned trilogy from Ferrante, seemingly capable of starting a full-scale neighborhood war, is a memorable character.”—Publishers Weekly   “An engrossing, wildly original contemporary epic about the demonic power of human (and particularly female) creativity checked by the forces of history and society.” —The Los Angeles Review of Books   “Ferrante’s own writing has no limits, is willing to take every thought forward to its most radical conclusion and backwards to its most radical birthing.”­—The New Yorker The United Kingdom “The Story of a New Name, like its predecessor, is fiction of the very highest order.”—Independent on Sunday   “My Brilliant Friend, translated by Ann Goldstein, is stunning: an intense, forensic exploration of the friendship between Lila and the story’s narrator, Elena. Ferrante’s evocation of the working-class district of Naples where Elena and Lila first meet as two wiry eight-year-olds is cinematic in the density of its detail.”—The Times Literary Supplement   “This is a story about friendship as a mass of roiling currents—love, envy, pity, spite, dependency and Schadenfreude coiling around one another, tricky to untangle.”—Intelligent Life   “Elena Ferrante may be the best contemporary novelist you have never heard of. The Italian author has written six lavishly praised novels. But she writes under a pseudonym and will not offer herself for public consumption. Her characters likewise defy convention . . . Her prose is crystal, and her storytelling both visceral and compelling.”—The Economist   Ferrante is an expert above all at the rhythm of plotting: certain feuds and oppositions are kept simmering and in abeyance for years, so that a particular confrontation – a particular scene – can be many hundreds of pages in coming, but when it arrives seems at once shocking and inevitable.”—The Independent Italy   “Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay evokes the vital flux of a heartbeat, of blood flowing through our veins.”––La Repubblica   “We don’t know who she is, but it doesn’t matter. Ferrante’s books are enthralling self-contained monoliths that do not seek friendship but demand silent, fervid admiration from her passionate readers . . . The thing most real in these novels is the intense, almost osmotic relationship that unites Elena and Lila, the two girls from a neighborhood in Naples who are the peerless protagonists of the Neapolitan novels.”—Famiglia Cristiana   “Today it is near impossible to find writers capable of bringing smells, tastes, feelings, and contradictory passions to their pages. Elena Ferrante, alone, seems able to do it. There is no writer better suited to composing the great Italian novel of her generation, her country, and her time than she.”—Il Manifesto   “Elena Ferrante is a very great novelist . . . In a world often held prisoner to minimalism, her writing is extremely powerful, earthy, and audacious.”—Francesca Marciano, author of The Other Language   “Regardless of who is behind the name Elena Ferrante, the mysterious pseudonym used by the author of the Neapolitan novels, two things are certain: she is a woman and she knows how to describe Naples like nobody else. She does so with a style that recalls an enchanted spider web with its expressive power and the wizardry with which it creates an entire world.” —Huffington Post (Italy)   “A marvel that is without limits and beyond genre.”—Il Salvagente “Elena Ferrante is proving that literature can cure our present ills; it can cure the spirit by operating as an antidote to the nervous attempts we make to see ourselves reflected in the present-day of a country that is increasingly repellent.”—Il Mattino “My Brilliant Friend flows from the soul like an eruption from Mount Vesuvio.”—La Repubblica Australia   “No one has a voice quite like Ferrante’s. Her gritty, ruthlessly frank novels roar off the page with a barbed fury, like an attack that is also a defense . . . Ferrante’s fictions are fierce, unsentimental glimpses at the way a woman is constantly under threat, her identity submerged in marriage, eclipsed by motherhood, mythologised by desire. Imagine if Jane Austen got angry and you’ll have some idea of how explosive these works are.”—John Freeman, The Australian   “One of the most astounding—and mysterious—contemporary Italian novelists available in translation, Elena Ferrante unfolds the tumultuous inner lives of women in her thrillingly menacing stories of lost love, negligent mothers and unfulfilled desires.”—The Age   “Ferrante bewitches with her tiny, intricately drawn world . . . My Brilliant Friend journeys fearlessly into some of that murkier psychological territory where questions of individual identity are inextricable from circumstance and the ever-changing identities of others.” —The Melbourne Review   “The Neapolitan novels move far from contrivance, logic or respectability to ask uncomfortable questions about how we live, how we love, how we singe an existence in a deeply flawed world that expects pretty acquiescence from its women. In all their beauty, their ugliness, their devotion and deceit, these girls enchant and repulse, like life, like our very selves.” —The Sydney Morning Herald   “The best thing I’ve read this year, far and away, would be Elena Ferrante…I just think she puts most other writing at the moment in the shade. She’s marvelous. I like her so much I’m now doing something I only do when I really love the writer: I’m only allowing myself two pages a day.” —Richard Flanagan, author of Book prize finalist, The Narrow Road to the Deep North Spain   “Elena Ferrante’s female characters are genuine works of art . . . It is clear that her novel is the child of Italian neorealism and an abiding fascination with scene.”—El Pais About the Author Elena Ferrante is the author of The Days of Abandonment (Europa, 2005), Troubling Love (Europa, 2006), The Lost Daughter (Europa, 2008) and the Neapolitan Quartet (Europa 2012-2015). She is also the author of a children’s picture book illustrated by Mara Cerri, The Beach at Night. Ann Goldstein is an editor at The New Yorker. Her translations for Europa Editions include novels by Amara Lakhous, Alessandro Piperno, and Elena Ferrante's bestselling My Brilliant Friend. She lives in New York.

2015
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Proctor Silex 25408 Sandwich Toaster Package Quantity:1 | Size:A 25408 Features: -Nonstick easy-clean grids. -Cord wrap. -Compact, upright storage. -Fast and easy
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2016
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Proctor Silex Belgian Style Waffle Maker, Mess Free (26044A) Bake fluffy, restaurant-style Belgian waffles in minutes with the Proctor Silex Mess Free Belgian Style Waffle Baker. The deep
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Bake fluffy, restaurant-style Belgian waffles in minutes with the Proctor Silex Mess Free Belgian Style Waffle Baker. The deep waffle grid design and built-in overflow channel means you'll never have to worry about messy drips and spills again. With the included pre-measured batter cup, you'll always pour the right amount of batter. Oil or butter is typically not required on the nonstick plates making cleanup easy. Traditional Belgian-style waffles are fun for kids and great for breakfast on-the-go. Waffles can be prepared sweet or savory for a fun addition to breakfast, lunch, dinner or dresser. The waffle iron creates deep grooves for whatever fix'ins you want to add on top. Don't cook waffles every day? The compact footprint won't take up much of that precious kitchen cupboard space. Three way protection against mess I like waffles but the mess it makes on counters, sheesh. This waffle baker offers three features to make cleanup a snap. Measure just the right amount of batter with the premeasured batter cup. Hang it on the side of the bowl to keep it from sinking into the batter. If you do pour out too much batter, the built-in overflow channel catches the drips and keeps batter off the counter. Deep baking grids keep the batter inside the nonstick grid and allow the batter to rise to golden brown fluffy perfection. - Premeasured batter cup for the perfect amount and batter overflow channel - Deep grid design for no more messy drips - Power on and ready lights - Adjustable browning - Nonstick grids for easy cleanup\nWe are an authorized dealer

2016
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Hamilton Beach 7-Quart Slow Cooker Proctor Silex Waffle Bakers are versatile and built to last, with a variety of different sizes and models to fit your
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Proctor Silex Waffle Bakers are versatile and built to last, with a variety of different sizes and models to fit your family's needs. These fun and handy kitchen appliances are compact for easy storage, and the nonstick grilling surface offers quick and hassle-free cleanup

2016
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Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay: Neapolitan Novels, Book Three Praise for Elena Ferrante and The Neapolitan Novels “Ferrante’s novels are intensely, violently personal, and because of this
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Praise for Elena Ferrante and The Neapolitan Novels “Ferrante’s novels are intensely, violently personal, and because of this they seem to dangle bristling key chains of confession before the unsuspecting reader.” —James Wood, The New Yorker   “One of the more nuanced portraits of feminine friendship in recent memory.” —Megan O’Grady, Vogue   “Amazing! My Brilliant Friend took my breath away. If I were president of the world I would make everyone read this book. It is so honest and right and opens up heart to so much. Reading Ferrante reminded me of that child-like excitement when you can’t look up from the page, when your eyes seem to be popping from your head, when you think: I didn’t know books could do this!” —Elizabeth Strout, author of Olive Kitteridge   “I like the Italian writer, Elena Ferrante, a lot. I've been reading all her work and all about her.” —John Waters, actor and director   “Elena Ferrante may be the best contemporary novelist you’ve never heard of.” —The Economist   “Ferrante’s freshness has nothing to do with fashion…it is imbued with the most haunting music of all, the echoes of literary history.” —The New York Times Book Review   “I am such a fan of Ferrante’s work, and have been for quite a while.” —Jennifer Gilmore, author of The Mothers   “The women’s fraught relationship and shifting fortunes are the life forces of the poignant book.” —Publisher’s Weekly   “When I read [the Neapolitan novels] I find that I never want to stop. I feel vexed by the obstacles—my job, or acquaintances on the subway—that threaten to keep me apart from the books. I mourn separations (a year until the next one—how?). I am propelled by a ravenous will to keep going.” —Molly Fischer, The New Yorker “[Ferrante’s Neapolitan Novels] don’t merely offer a teeming vision of working-class Naples, with its cobblers and professors, communists and mobbed-up businessmen, womanizing poets and downtrodden wives; they present one of modern fiction’s richest portraits of a friendship.” —John Powers, Fresh Air, NPR   “Elena Ferrante is one of the great novelists of our time. Her voice is passionate, her view sweeping and her gaze basilisk . . . In these bold, gorgeous, relentless novels, Ferrante traces the deep connections between the political and the domestic. This is a new version of the way we live now — one we need, one told brilliantly, by a woman.” —Roxana Robinson, The New York Times Book Review   “An intoxicatingly furious portrait of enmeshed friends Lila and Elena, Bright and passionate girls from a raucous neighborhood in world-class Naples. Ferrante writes with such aggression  and unnerving psychological insight about the messy complexity of female friendship that the real world can drop away when you’re reading her.” —Entertainment Weekly   “Ferrante seasons the prose with provocative perceptions not unlike the way Proust did.” —Shelf Awareness   “It would be difficult to find a deeper portrait of women’s friendship than the one in Ferrante’s Neapolitan novels, which unfold from the fifties to the twenty-first century to tell a single story with the possessive force of an origin myth.” —Megan O’Grady, Vogue   “Ferrante’s writing is so unencumbered, so natural, and yet so lovely, brazen, and flush. The constancy of detail and the pacing that zips and skips then slows to a real-time crawl have an almost psychic effect, bringing you deeply into synchronicity with the discomforts and urgency of the characters’ emotions. Ferrante is unlike other writers—not because she’s innovative, but rather because she’s unselfconscious and brutally, diligently honest.” —Minna Proctor, Bookforum   “Ferrante can do a woman’s interior dialogue like no one else, with a ferocity that is shockingly honest, unnervingly blunt.” —Booklist   “The truest evocation of a complex and lifelong friendship between women I’ve ever read.” —Emily Gould, author of Friendship   “Elena Ferrante is the author of several remarkable, lucid, austerely honest novels . . . My Brilliant Friend is a large, captivating, amiably peopled bildungsroman.” —James Wood, The New Yorker   “Compelling, visceral and immediate . . . a riveting examination of power . . . The Neapolitan novels are a tour de force.” —Jennifer Gilmore, The Los Angeles Times   “Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay surpasses the rapturous storytelling of the previous titles in the Neapolitan Novels.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)   “Ferrante’s voice feels necessary. She is the Italian Alice Munro.” —Mona Simpson, author of Casebook and Anywhere But Here   “Elena Ferrante will blow you away.” —Alice Sebold, author of The Lovely Bones   “The Days of Abandonment is a powerful, heartrending novel.” —Jhumpa Lahiri, Pulitzer-prize winning author of The Lowland   “The Neapolitan novel cycle is an unconditional masterpiece . . . I read all the books in a state of immersion; I was totally enthralled. There was nothing else I wanted to do except follow the lives of Lila and Lenù to the end.” —Jhumpa Lahiri, Pulitzer-prize winning author of The Lowland   “Reading Ferrante reminded me of that child-like excitement when you can’t look up from the page, when your eyes seem to be popping from your head, when you think: I didn’t know books could do this!” —Elizabeth Strout, Pulitzer-prize winning author of The Burgess Boys   “Elena Ferrante: the best angry woman writer ever!” —John Waters, director   “The feverish speculation about the identity of Elena Ferrante betrays an understandable failure of imagination: it seems impossible that right now somewhere someone sits in a room and draws up these books. Palatial and heartbreaking beyond measure, the Neapolitan novels seem less written than they do revealed. One simply surrenders. When the final volume appears—may that day never come!—they’re bound to be acknowledged as one of the most powerful works of art, in any medium, of our age.” —Gideon Lewis-Kraus, author of A Sense of Direction   “Ferrante tackles girlhood and friendship with amazing force.” —Gwyneth Paltrow, actor   “Elena Ferrante’s The Story of a New Name. Book two in her Naples trilogy. Two words: Read it.” —Ann Hood, writer (from Twitter)   “Ferrante continues to imbue this growing saga with great magic.” —Booklist (starred review)   “One of Italy’s best contemporary novelists?" —The Seattle Times “Ferrante’s emotional and carnal candor are so potent.” —Janet Maslin, The New York Times   “Elena Ferrante’s gutsy and compulsively readable new novel, the first of a quartet, is a terrific entry point for Americans unfamiliar with the famously reclusive writer, whose go-for-broke tales of women’s shadow selves—those ambivalent mothers and seething divorcées too complex or unseemly for polite society (and most literary fiction, for that matter)—shimmer with Balzacian human detail and subtle psychological suspense . . . The Neapolitan novels offer one of the more nuanced portraits of feminine friendship in recent memory—from the make-up and break-up quarrels of young girls to the way in which we carefully define ourselves against each other as teens—Ferrante wisely balances her memoir-like emotional authenticity with a wry sociological understanding of a society on the verge of dramatic change.” —Megan O’Grady, Vogue   “My Brilliant Friend is a sweeping family-centered epic that encompasses issues of loyalty, love, and a transforming Europe. This gorgeous novel should bring a host of new readers to one of Italy’s most acclaimed authors.” —The Barnes and Noble Review   “Ferrante draws an indelible picture of the city’s mean streets and the poverty, violence and sameness of lives lived in the same place forever . . . She is a fierce writer.” —Shelf Awareness   “Ferrante transforms the love, separation and reunion of two poor urban girls into the general tragedy of their city.” —The New York Times   “Beautifully translated by Ann Goldstein . . . Ferrante writes with a ferocious, intimate urgency that is a celebration of anger. Ferrante is terribly good with anger, a very specific sort of wrath harbored by women, who are so often not allowed to give voice to it. We are angry, a lot of the time, at the position we’re in—whether it’s as wife, daughter, mother, friend—and I can think of no other woman writing who is so swift and gorgeous in this rage, so bracingly fearless in mining fury.” —Susanna Sonnenberg, The San Francisco Chronicle   “Everyone should read anything with Ferrante’s name on it.” —The Boston Globe   “The through-line in all of Ferrante’s investigations, for me, is nothing less than one long, mind-and-heart-shredding howl for the history of women (not only Neapolitan women), and its implicit j’accuse . . . Ferrante’s effect, critics agree, is inarguable. ‘Intensely, violently personal’ and ‘brutal directness, familial torment’ is how James Wood ventures to categorize her—descriptions that seem mild after you’ve encountered the work.” —Joan Frank, The San Francisco Chronicle   “Lila, mercurial, unsparing, and, at the end of this first episode in a planned trilogy from Ferrante, seemingly capable of starting a full-scale neighborhood war, is a memorable character.” —Publishers Weekly   “An engrossing, wildly original contemporary epic about the demonic power of human (and particularly female) creativity checked by the forces of history and society.” —The Los Angeles Review of Books   “Ferrante’s own writing has no limits, is willing to take every thought forward to its most radical conclusion and backwards to its most radical birthing.”­ —The New Yorker “The Story of a New Name, like its predecessor, is fiction of the very highest order.” —Independent on Sunday   “My Brilliant Friend, translated by Ann Goldstein, is stunning: an intense, forensic exploration of the friendship between Lila and the story’s narrator, Elena. Ferrante’s evocation of the working-class district of Naples where Elena and Lila first meet as two wiry eight-year-olds is cinematic in the density of its detail.” —The Times Literary Supplement   “This is a story about friendship as a mass of roiling currents—love, envy, pity, spite, dependency and Schadenfreude coiling around one another, tricky to untangle.” —Intelligent Life   “Elena Ferrante may be the best contemporary novelist you have never heard of. The Italian author has written six lavishly praised novels. But she writes under a pseudonym and will not offer herself for public consumption. Her characters likewise defy convention . . . Her prose is crystal, and her storytelling both visceral and compelling.” —The Economist   Ferrante is an expert above all at the rhythm of plotting: certain feuds and oppositions are kept simmering and in abeyance for years, so that a particular confrontation – a particular scene – can be many hundreds of pages in coming, but when it arrives seems at once shocking and inevitable.” —The Independent “Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay evokes the vital flux of a heartbeat, of blood flowing through our veins.” —La Repubblica   “We don’t know who she is, but it doesn’t matter. Ferrante’s books are enthralling self-contained monoliths that do not seek friendship but demand silent, fervid admiration from her passionate readers . . . The thing most real in these novels is the intense, almost osmotic relationship that unites Elena and Lila, the two girls from a neighborhood in Naples who are the peerless protagonists of the Neapolitan novels.” —Famiglia Cristiana   “Today it is near impossible to find writers capable of bringing smells, tastes, feelings, and contradictory passions to their pages. Elena Ferrante, alone, seems able to do it. There is no writer better suited to composing the great Italian novel of her generation, her country, and her time than she.” —Il Manifesto   “Elena Ferrante is a very great novelist . . . In a world often held prisoner to minimalism, her writing is extremely powerful, earthy, and audacious.” —Francesca Marciano, author of The Other Language   “Regardless of who is behind the name Elena Ferrante, the mysterious pseudonym used by the author of the Neapolitan novels, two things are certain: she is a woman and she knows how to describe Naples like nobody else. She does so with a style that recalls an enchanted spider web with its expressive power and the wizardry with which it creates an entire world.” —Huffington Post (Italy)   “A marvel that is without limits and beyond genre.” —Il Salvagente “Elena Ferrante is proving that literature can cure our present ills; it can cure the spirit by operating as an antidote to the nervous attempts we make to see ourselves reflected in the present-day of a country that is increasingly repellent.” —Il Mattino “My Brilliant Friend flows from the soul like an eruption from Mount Vesuvio.” —La Repubblica   “No one has a voice quite like Ferrante’s. Her gritty, ruthlessly frank novels roar off the page with a barbed fury, like an attack that is also a defense . . . Ferrante’s fictions are fierce, unsentimental glimpses at the way a woman is constantly under threat, her identity submerged in marriage, eclipsed by motherhood, mythologised by desire. Imagine if Jane Austen got angry and you’ll have some idea of how explosive these works are.” —John Freeman, The Australian   “One of the most astounding—and mysterious—contemporary Italian novelists available in translation, Elena Ferrante unfolds the tumultuous inner lives of women in her thrillingly menacing stories of lost love, negligent mothers and unfulfilled desires.” —The Age   “Ferrante bewitches with her tiny, intricately drawn world . . . My Brilliant Friend journeys fearlessly into some of that murkier psychological territory where questions of individual identity are inextricable from circumstance and the ever-changing identities of others.” —The Melbourne Review   “The Neapolitan novels move far from contrivance, logic or respectability to ask uncomfortable questions about how we live, how we love, how we singe an existence in a deeply flawed world that expects pretty acquiescence from its women. In all their beauty, their ugliness, their devotion and deceit, these girls enchant and repulse, like life, like our very selves.” —The Sydney Morning Herald   “The best thing I’ve read this year, far and away, would be Elena Ferrante…I just think she puts most other writing at the moment in the shade. She’s marvelous. I like her so much I’m now doing something I only do when I really love the writer: I’m only allowing myself two pages a day.” —Richard Flanagan, author of Book prize finalist, The Narrow Road to the Deep North “Elena Ferrante’s female characters are genuine works of art . . . It is clear that her novel is the child of Italian neorealism and an abiding fascination with scene.” —El Pais   About the Author Elena Ferrante is the author of The Days of Abandonment (Europa, 2005), Troubling Love (Europa, 2006), The Lost Daughter (Europa, 2008) and the Neapolitan Quartet (Europa 2012-2015). She is also the author of a children’s picture book illustrated by Mara Cerri, The Beach at Night. Ann Goldstein is an editor at The New Yorker. Her translations for Europa Editions include novels by Amara Lakhous, Alessandro Piperno, and Elena Ferrante's bestselling My Brilliant Friend. She lives in New York.

2016
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Proctor Silex Professional-Style Electric Deep Fryer 1.5-Liter, Stainless Steel (35041) Hamilton Beach Deep Fryers are generously sized for greater versatility -- some even accommodating a whole chicken. What's
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Proctor Silex Professional-Style Electric Deep Fryer 1.5-Liter, Stainless Steel (35041)

Hamilton Beach Deep Fryers are generously sized for greater versatility -- some even accommodating a whole chicken. What's more, you can fry crispy, mouth-watering foods without the mess you've come to expect. Hamilton Beach Deep Fryers also feature adjustable heat and convenient timers.

2017
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