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Author Clovis, Donna L., 1957- author.

Title Falling bedrooms : our lives in the quantum field / Dr. Donna Clovis.

Publication Info. Bloomington, IN : Balboa Press, [2019]

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Location Call No. Status OPAC Message Public Note Gift Note
 Moore Rider Faculty Publications Collection  Faculty PS3603.L6888 F35 2019      Ask Librarian for access
 Moore Stacks  PS3603.L6888 F35 2019    Available  ---
Description 129 pages ; 22 cm
Note "Fiction"--Jacket, p. 2. "This is a work of fiction"--Title page verso.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 127-128)
Note "This fifth installment of a series centered on Princeton examines themes of race, media manipulation, and time traveling via the subconscious"--Jacket, p. 4.
Author considers this young adult fiction--Personal correspondence, 10/20/21.
Contents Every time -- "See my child, time turns into space" -- Parallel stories in the quantum field -- The 40.5 parallel -- A tale of two cities -- Princeton passports -- Princeton as a geometry lesson -- Reading Princeton as a novel of time and space -- The quantum universe of the labyrinth -- The pilgrimage as a quantum adventure -- THE JOURNEY BEGINS. The other side of the glass -- Warhol's fiesta pig in the Year of the Pig -- The labyrinth of alleys -- Always becoming -- The descent -- The cul-de- sac of time -- You are invited -- The battle of the guardians and desert rose -- The red sap of the dragon's blood tree -- Villagers -- Princeton stadium -- The blanket of fireflies -- Phoenix and rainbows -- A classroom of possibilities -- Time brings me to Carnethia -- Shadows and dolls -- Flying on the back of hummingbird wings -- Sleep allows us to dream -- DAYDREAMS OF HATE. She has forgotten suffering -- A series of a recurring date: November 9th --The green book -- Voices lost -- Covering the tick-tock of African American life -- We wish to plead our cause -- Then they came for the journalists -- Paper infrastructures -- Quoting Orwell from Princeton's place -- When fake news goes viral, we become diseased -- Freedom, threats, and lawsuits -- Past presidents preached -- Race is not a scientific reality -- The cold hard facts -- Shutdown -- One Cherokee, one feather -- Knowing keeps us free -- Grisham's confessions -- Hop-shuffle-STAMP: Gregory Hines -- The language of symbols -- Of exotic trophies -- Digging for gems in Princeton -- Where every day is a sunny day -- Celebrate #Robeson100 -- Dancing a memory -- Date night -- A Princeton property boasts a grand entrance -- Falling bedrooms -- A librarian who draws literary maps with love -- Back to the beginning -- Living Princeton history -- When seeing is not believing -- Of warnings and cries for help -- The silence of omission -- Voice as quantum -- Encore for Emily -- FREQUENCY -- Synchronicity : quantum consciousness in the extreme -- Real objects, places, and Phenomena -- Creative writing as a gesture in synchronicity.
Local Note Rider Faculty Publications
Provenance Gift of Paul and Mary Haas.
Subject Clovis, Donna L., 1957-
Princeton University -- 20th century -- History -- Fiction.
African American women journalists -- Biography -- Fiction.
African Americans -- Social conditions -- Fiction.
Princeton (N.J.) -- Social life and customs -- 21st century -- Fiction.
Princeton (N.J.) -- Race relations -- 21st century -- Fiction.
United States -- Race relations -- Fiction.
Space and time -- Fiction.
Subconsciousness -- Fiction.
Coincidence -- Psychic aspects.
Princeton University.
African American women journalists.
African Americans -- Social conditions.
Manners and customs.
Race relations.
New Jersey -- Princeton.
United States.
Chronological Term 1900-1999
Genre/Form Biographies.
ISBN 9781982232986