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    red gold
  • An alloy of gold and copper
  • Red Gold is a tomato processing company based in Orestes, Indiana with plants also in Elwood, Indiana and Geneva, Indiana. Red Gold produces canned tomatoes (diced, stewed, etc) with various flavorings, tomato juice, ketchup, tomato sauces, salsa and other tomato related products.
  • While pure gold is yellow in color, colored gold can be developed into various colors. These colors are generally obtained by alloying gold with other elements in various proportions.
  • Red Gold, Alaskan King Crab, that stuffs the many fishing vessels out in the Bering Sea which can fetch upwards of $1,000,000 in a season for a single ship.
    dream
  • a series of mental images and emotions occurring during sleep; "I had a dream about you last night"
  • Experience dreams during sleep
  • See, hear, or feel (something) in a dream
  • Indulge in daydreams or fantasies, typically about something greatly desired
  • have a daydream; indulge in a fantasy
  • imaginative thoughts indulged in while awake; "he lives in a dream that has nothing to do with reality"
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Dreams of Joy: Behind the Story - The Undisclosed Story Behind the Curtains Commentary Guide
Dreams of Joy: Behind the Story - The Undisclosed Story Behind the Curtains Commentary Guide
You've devoured the last morsel of your savory book. Now what?

If you still have a stomach that yearns for more, "Behind the Story" will be a most delightful surprise for you.

Just like the name, "Behind the Story", this innovative guide takes you by the hand and becomes your personal guide on a private tour into where it's normally hidden from the public... shhh...the backstage of Dreams of Joy...!!


You'll be a special VIP during this journey where you'll get to discover in depth about the author who magnificently created the story, her inspiration to write the story, the writing journey, the publishing journey, how it was received by the public and the critics, in depth look at the heroes of the story, trivia, memorable quotations, spicy discussion questions, and much more!

These sizzling insider stories that will most definitely get your mouth watering once more and satisfy even the last pit of your hungry stomach!


BUT... one question remains... do you have ROOM for this DELICIOUS desert?! ;)

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“What was the inspiration and creation process of this book like?”

Lisa See got her inspiration for Dreams of Joy when she decided to write about the differences of love. “These variations of love can be fraught with secrets, disappointments, fear and obsession but they can also be influenced by loyalty, humor, triumph, and wholehearted compassion,” says See. The book is a sequel to the lives of May and Pearl from Shanghai Girls and adds the spontaneous and stubborn life of Joy.
Her observation of literature about the time during the Great Leap Forward has also made her decide to set the period in the years 1958 onward. She explains that there are very few books written during that time period that seriously details the realities that people inside China have felt. Most of the books points out the positive sides and only few of the negatives. She then decided that setting the story to reflect the sufferings of the people would create an impact to those who still believe that the famine during that period was caused by “years of bad weather”.
Ever since Shanghai Girls, readers and her publisher asked for a sequel to that book and tracing the history and period left behind by the characters of the book, Dreams of Joy comfortably settled in its 1958 date.
Research for this book was done by reading a lot about the Chinese past. See rummaged through many historical data to get her facts straight, as she always does in so many of her books. She made sure that the story represents real situations through fictional characters. She went to China and interviewed people who have survived the Great Leap Forward. She also interviewed the younger generation of what they think really happened that time and how it has affected them and their family.
Writing the book took See about two years since she has already started the research for the book when she was still writing Shanghai Girls. The themes of the book, like what happened to pre-Mao artists, how women in China took care of themselves and how family traditions are still kept during those times, have already been accounted in her past researches which made the creation of the book easier...


For More, Download a Free Sample Now!




================================

This work is meant to not replace, but complement the original work. It is a digestive work and meant to grant the readers a different perspective, to stimulate the appetite and encourage the readers to enjoy and appreciate the original work even further.

You've devoured the last morsel of your savory book. Now what?

If you still have a stomach that yearns for more, "Behind the Story" will be a most delightful surprise for you.

Just like the name, "Behind the Story", this innovative guide takes you by the hand and becomes your personal guide on a private tour into where it's normally hidden from the public... shhh...the backstage of Dreams of Joy...!!


You'll be a special VIP during this journey where you'll get to discover in depth about the author who magnificently created the story, her inspiration to write the story, the writing journey, the publishing journey, how it was received by the public and the critics, in depth look at the heroes of the story, trivia, memorable quotations, spicy discussion questions, and much more!

These sizzling insider stories that will most definitely get your mouth watering once more and satisfy even the last pit of your hungry stomach!


BUT... one question remains... do you have ROOM for this DELICIOUS desert?! ;)

================================

“What was the inspiration and creation process of this book like?”

Lisa See got her inspiration for Dreams of Joy when she decided to write about the differences of love. “These variations of love can be fraught with secrets, disappointments, fear and obsession but they can also be influenced by loyalty, humor, triumph, and wholehearted compassion,” says See. The book is a sequel to the lives of May and Pearl from Shanghai Girls and adds the spontaneous and stubborn life of Joy.
Her observation of literature about the time during the Great Leap Forward has also made her decide to set the period in the years 1958 onward. She explains that there are very few books written during that time period that seriously details the realities that people inside China have felt. Most of the books points out the positive sides and only few of the negatives. She then decided that setting the story to reflect the sufferings of the people would create an impact to those who still believe that the famine during that period was caused by “years of bad weather”.
Ever since Shanghai Girls, readers and her publisher asked for a sequel to that book and tracing the history and period left behind by the characters of the book, Dreams of Joy comfortably settled in its 1958 date.
Research for this book was done by reading a lot about the Chinese past. See rummaged through many historical data to get her facts straight, as she always does in so many of her books. She made sure that the story represents real situations through fictional characters. She went to China and interviewed people who have survived the Great Leap Forward. She also interviewed the younger generation of what they think really happened that time and how it has affected them and their family.
Writing the book took See about two years since she has already started the research for the book when she was still writing Shanghai Girls. The themes of the book, like what happened to pre-Mao artists, how women in China took care of themselves and how family traditions are still kept during those times, have already been accounted in her past researches which made the creation of the book easier...


For More, Download a Free Sample Now!




================================

This work is meant to not replace, but complement the original work. It is a digestive work and meant to grant the readers a different perspective, to stimulate the appetite and encourage the readers to enjoy and appreciate the original work even further.

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Ueli Anlikers Mercedes - you like that or not?
Ueli Anlikers Mercedes - you like that or not?
Mc Laren SLR Red Gold Dream. Motor: 5,8 l AMG V8-Kompressor AMG 5Gang-Auto, AMG Speedshift R 820 Nm, 0-100 km/h: 3,6 s max. 337 km/h, 1724 kg (Original) Lackierung: Spezial Rot-Gold-Farbe by Ueli Anliker Kosten: uber 4 Mio Euro(!!!) Beleuchtung mit uber 600 LED Innenraum komplett mit goldenem und rotem Leder bezogen, 600 Rubine verbaut, vergoldette Felgen, Front- und Hecklampen.
Red and Gold Dream, acrylic and paper on canvas
Red and Gold Dream, acrylic and paper on canvas
This is a painting I made for an exhibition that has been held in Rome, Italy, in September 2009. It is part of a six paintings series. I love red hues and I added a deep gold on the textured paper, white strokes and drippings. This painting is sold.

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