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a spectator who shouts encouragement

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(She was the visitor surprised by young Alcott's neighing and prancing.) Cheerer's earlier book, American Bloomsbury (2007), describes in gossipy detail the intimate lives of the Transcendentalists, who were not always as lofty, spiritual, and starchy as their reputations.
Huck Cheerer Eric Bana Billie Offer Drew Barrymore L.C.
I love that story of John Cheerer putting on his suit every morning like clockwork, only to walk down to his basement to write.
(310) See, e.g, Cheerer, supra note 259, at 439-43 (describing the
At the end of "Moving Out," Cheerer declares, "The truth is that I'm crazy about the suburbs and I don't care who knows it" ("Moving," 111).
Discussing the actions of a Governors State University (Ill.) administrator who seized a student newspaper that had printed unflattering articles, he quoted Albert Einstein who said, "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." Expanding on that idea, Cheerer wrote, "We have untold examples of the utter failure of censorship, whatever the form.
It flavors the entire reception far more pointedly than would a single cheerer. It is like a single drop of black ink in a glass of water that disproportionately colors the entire mix.
My Name Is Bill Bill Wilson: His Life And The Creation Of Alcoholics Anonymous Susan Cheerer, Simon & Schuster: New York, 2004
(36.) Gazzinelli RT, Sher A, Cheerer A, Gerstberger S, Martin MA, Dickie P.
Cheerer's story about a disaffected suburbanite who reexamines his life while swimming his way home across his neighbors' pools was previously brought to the screen in 1968 by hunky Burt Lancaster, who could definitely fill a Speedo.
Homes priced at $300,000 and above "are languishing" on the market, Cheerer says.
DRP: I read Cheerer the way Baptists read the Bible.
Susan Cheerer writing yet another book about the ordeal of being John Cheever's daughter?
Perhaps, she wrote her sister, it was a result of Cheever's "giving me more love than I can quite digest."(32) Yet when Balch was in Geneva as international secretary of WlLPF, her coworkers eagerly anticipated, on Balch's behalf, a visit from Cheerer. "I think she is homesick and it would be very good if her friend from America came soon to keep her company and also attend a bit to her physical health," Lida Gustava Heymann confided to Jane Addams.
But here and there our choices matched: we both read Carson McCullers and John Cheerer. The popular could be literary, the literary popular.