4 edition of In the jaws of life found in the catalog.
In the jaws of life
Originally published, London , Virago Press, 1992.
|Statement||Dubravka Ugrešić ; translated by Celia Hawkesworth and Michael Henry Heim ; with a foreword by Andrew Wachtel.|
|Series||Writings from an unbound Europe, Literature in translation -- 4|
|Contributions||Hawkesworth, Celia., Heim, Michael Henry., Wachtel, Andrew.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 252 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||252|
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The fish, with the woman's body inFile Size: KB. Summary. In the hills of north central West Virginia, there lives a cast of characters who face all manner of problems. From the people who are incarcerated in West Virginia’s prisons, to a woman who is learning how to lose her sight with grace, to another who sorely regrets selling her land to a fracking company, Jaws of Life portrays the diverse concerns the people of this region face.This title follows the history of the "jaws of life".
It has interesting facts and stories that will keep the reader turning each page until the end. Throughout the book there are "Did you know" with interesting facts. Contains a glossary.Benchley was inspired by several real-life incidents, such as the Jersey Shore shark attacks of that resulted in four deaths over 12 days.
The success of the movie inspired three movie sequels—Jaws 2 () (), Jaws 3-D () () and Jaws: The Revenge () (). Edit.