Upstairs Downstairs

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No one does period television drama like the British! In the proud tradition of The Forsyte Saga, The Duchess of Duke Street, The Jewel in the Crown and Upstairs, Downstairs, the latest series to entrance viewers around the world is Downton Abbey, created by Oscar

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Girls! Girls everywhere! Girls in the passages, girls in the hall, racing upstairs and scurrying downstairs, diving into dormitories and running into classrooms, overflowing on to the landing and hustling along the corridor everywhere, girls! There were tall and short, and fat and thin, and all degrees from pretty to plain; girls with fair hair and girls with dark hair, blue-eyed, brown-eyed, and grey-eyed girls; demure girls, romping girls, clever girls, stupid girls but never a silent girl.

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Upstairs / Downstairs: Paperback: Trafford Publishing: 9781466911512: 17 Jan 2012

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Girls! Girls everywhere! Girls in the passages, girls in the hall, racing upstairs and scurrying downstairs, diving into dormitories and running into classrooms, overflowing on to the landing and hustling along the corridor everywhere, girls! There were tall and short, and fat and thin, and all degrees from pretty to plain; girls with fair hair and girls with dark hair, blue-eyed, brown-eyed, and grey-eyed girls; demure girls, romping girls, clever girls, stupid girls but never a silent girl.

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Compiled from lectures and blog posts on Edwardian Promenade, the Pocket Guide to Edwardian England poses to give a fun, frothy, but thorough look at the time period made popular by Downton Abbey and Upstairs Downstairs! From the royal family of Edward VII to the working class, to the servants who toiled in great country houses and their masters, to the mighty politicians and their goals.

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Swapping downstairs for upstairs. How hard can it be! Look up the phrase ordinary girl and you'll see a picture of me, Gemma Goodwin - I only look half-decent after applying the entire contents of my make-up bag, and my dating track-record includes a man who treated me to dinner. at a kebab shop. No joke! The only extraordinary thing about me is that I look EXACTLY like my BFF, Abbey Croxley.

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By the end of the 1920s domestic service remained the largest female occupation in Britain. We view it today as an undesirable job, owing to the class divide it has come to represent, and this is reflected in the portrayals of mistresses and servants in books and on the screen in such dramas as Upstairs Downstairs and Downton Abbey. But what do we really know about how girls felt when taking up these positions in other people's houses, or how they were treated? Pamela Horn uses first-hand accounts and reminiscences, as well as official records and newspaper reports, to extract the truth about the lives and status of men and women in domestic service from 1900 to 1939.

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If you liked Downton Abbey and Upstairs, Downstairs, it's time to discover the reality in Mollie Moran's Sunday Times bestselling memoir, Aprons and Silver Spoons. 'If you love Downton, this is right up your street!' Closer 'This evocative memoir. provides a fascinating insight into a world that has long since disappeared' The Sun 'A vivid, entertaining and human glimpse into life in service during the 1930s complete with recipes, tips and photos' My Weekly 'a wonderful book' Bookbag 'A lovely story' Mailonline When young Mollie became a 'skivvy' in a stately London townhouse aged just 14, she quickly learned that a large amount of elbow grease and a sense of humour would be tantamount to surviving there.

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Two favorite fairytales become one new fun-filled adventure. The Three Little Goldilocks Girls are in a heap of trouble. There's a snoozing bear upstairs, and a windy wolf downstairs who wants to blow their house down. But which one is worse, a grumpy bear or the Big Bad Wolf? Suggested age range for readers 4-8

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Upstairs and downstairs, aristos and servants, and ever the twain will meet and misbehave. Original period erotica stories from Mischief Books, featuring featuring Donna George Story, Rose de Fer, Kathleen Tudor, Heather Towne and many more. "A good servant is invisible. To be seen is to ask for trouble." But when Irene's Master casts his eyes upon the serving girl, the 'trouble' truly begins.

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You have to have been on the remotest of remote desert islands to be unaware of the upstairs-downstairs life in the stately old houses of Britain and its strict social divisions. We've all at some stage been enthralled, enraged, fascinated - or a combination of all three - at this symbol of class distinction. It took a world war to bring about its demise.

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Money and privilege no longer describe college students who, books in hand, stroll across fair campuses. Changes in American college life since the 1960s make the previous 300 years-from the founding of Harvard in 1636-benign by comparison. Today, universities in gritty downtowns admit welfare mothers who struggle to escape grinding poverty. Sometimes they have to take their babies to class with them.

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[Strachey's] sharp eye, playful language and perfect comic timing will not only have you laughing, it'll leave you wondering why the rom-com formula isn't imaginatively tweaked more often. NPR's 'Books We Like' A brilliant, bittersweet upstairs-downstairs comedy. Guardian Anyone facing a deluge of summer nuptials will find breezy relief in Julia Strachey s 1932 novella, Cheerful Weather for the Wedding.

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Disgraced and destitute following a fraud scandal and imprisonment, John Gabriel Borkman paces alone in an upstairs room. Downstairs, his family is trapped in the claustrophobic atmosphere of a household bound for explosion.A scorching indictment of nineteenth century capitalism, Ibsen's penultimate play paints a devastating picture of selfish ambition.

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In this bitingly witty, saucy, acutely observed debut novel, Michael Harwood pulls back the damask drapes to reveal life among the modern aristocracy-upstairs, downstairs, and occasionally, behind stairs. Anthony Gowers assists guests at a high-end London hotel with the kind of requests that can't be filled from a room-service menu. His reward: lavish tips and a closet full of cashmere.

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The Aristocracy of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales have, for generations, enjoyed great wealth and great power, and over the centuries have helped forge the political landscape of both Britain and Ireland. A century ago they figured prominently in the media and the marriage of a duke was headline news. Today, most people are only familiar with fictional aristocrats, like the Earl of Grantham and his family in Downton Abbey, or Lord Bellamy and his family in Upstairs, Downstairs.

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Like New Like New condition. Very Good dust jacket.

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You're invited to 51 Orchard Mansions, a lavish home in the year 1888. Open this die-cut book to meet the wealthy family that owned this extraordinary house and see how life was lived back in the Victorian era. Go upstairs and downstairs and through its many rooms, from the nursery where the children play to the kitchen where servants prepare the dinner.

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A twenty-first century woman is stranded in first century Pompeii when a time travel experiment goes awry; she is sold to a wealthy family as a house slave. This provides her with an intimate, upstairs/downstairs perspective on household life in ancient times. At first she does menial work, but she improves her situation by telling stories and making prophecies.

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Downstairs in the evening, Dad's dinner party is going strong. The county guests and MPs and ladies in their dresses are toasting the success of another great debate in the House of Commons. Upstairs, in the morning before breakfast, Robert, aged seven, is lying nude in his father's bed while Dad kisses him from top to toe. His sisters are asleep, his brother down the corridor blissfully unaware.

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A book which goes on a special shelf in my library." (P.G. Wodehouse). "What the Butler Saw" (1962) is one of E.S. Turner's most pertinent and illuminating 'social histories', an exploration of the 'upstairs/downstairs' relationship across three centuries of English life. Drawing on literature, contemporary accounts and household manuals, Turner describes in fascinating detail how it came to be that the upper classes felt a need for an ever larger household staff, engaged in every imaginable form of drudgery; and, accordingly, how those in service - from high to low, butler to footman, housemaid to au pair - had to give satisfaction to their masters and mistresses while also, on occasions, contending with physical blows, tantrums, and (in the cases of some unfortunate servant girls) threats to their virtue.

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New in new dust jacket. New, Publisher overstock, may have small remainder mark. Excellent condition, never read, purchased from publisher as excess inventory.

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The country estate of Tyringham Park is the epitomeof wealth and privilege. Home to the Blackshaws, it finds itself the backdrop to tragedy. It is a beautiful day in 1917, and Tyringham Park is in an uproar after Victoria Blackshaw, an innocent toddler, disappears without a trace. The feverish search for Victoria soon uncovers jealousies and deceits that both the upstairs and downstairs inhabitants of the grand estate have fought for years to keep hidden.

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Third in the Bourbon Kings contemporary romance saga set in the upstairs/downstairs world of elite Southern society - from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Black Dagger Brotherhood When Edward Baldwine is arrested for his father's murder, life for the Baldwine family is thrown into disarray. Tensions at Easterly, the family estate, are already high - the family's bourbon business is hanging on by a thread and Miss Aurora, head of Easterly's kitchen and surrogate mother of the Baldwine children, is in the ICU.

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Money and privilege no longer describe college students who, books in hand, stroll across fair campuses. Changes in American college life since the 1960s make the previous 300 years-from the founding of Harvard in 1636-benign by comparison. Today, universities in gritty downtowns admit welfare mothers who struggle to escape grinding poverty. Sometimes they have to take their babies to class with them.

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Upstairs and Downstairs: Paperback: Literary Licensing, LLC: 9781494048396: 27 Oct 2013

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From the award-winning novelist and writer of Upstairs Downstairs, the third book in a brilliant trilogy about what life was really like for masters and servants before the world of Downton Abbey. England, 1903. Lord Robert and Lady Isobel Dilberne and the entire grand estate, with its hundred rooms, is busy planning for a visit from Edward VII and Queen Alexandra just a few months a way.

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Upstairs Downstairs takes place in 165 Eaton Place from the turn of the century through the Great War and into the Roaring Twenties. It concerns the Bellamy family: politician Richard Bellamy his wives Marjorie and Virginia, wastrel son James, wayward daughter Elizabeth and his flighty ward, Georgina Worsley. The house domestics are led by Hudson the Butler, a conservative Scot who must contend with the 'below stairs' behaviour of the household staff, including cook Mrs Bridges and maids Rose and Sarah.

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This book offers an account of an unprecedented North American study of contemporary female and male strip shows. It particularly focuses on the contradictory sex roles, cultural positions, and performance practices of 'straight' strip shows during their second heyday in the early 1990s.Katherine Liepe-Levinson's research took her to over seventy different strip bars, clubs, theatres and sex emporiums ranging from elaborate lap-dancing and couch-dancing 'gentlemen's' clubs in New York, Houston, and San Francisco; to Peoria's onetime duplex cabaret where women strip for men downstairs, and men for women upstairs; to the nightclubs of Montreal where female and male performers displayed the 'Full Monty'.

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Upstairs and Downstairs: Hardback: Kessinger Publishing: 9781169961982: 01 Feb 2011

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Upstairs and Downstairs: Hardback: Literary Licensing, LLC: 9781258968335: 27 Oct 2013

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Queering the Interior problematizes the familiar space of 'home', exploring how queer men and women experience domestic life and unveiling the detail and complexity of queer home making. The book follows an innovative, unusual structure: divided into two sections, Upstairs and Downstairs, each of the nine chapters examine a different room or space inside the home.

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