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Still Alice : a novel / Lisa Genova.

Genova, Lisa. (Author).
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  • 72 of 76 copies available at NC Cardinal.

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2 current holds with 76 total copies.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Albert Carlton - Cashiers Community Library F GENOVA (Text) 39493106243431 Adult Fiction Available -
Ashe County Public Library F GEN (Text) 50503010924167 Adult Fiction Available -
Bethlehem Branch F Genova (Text) 34269000163759 Adult Fiction Available -
Bladen Main Branch FIC BLUE (Text) 30441100701531 Adult Fiction Paperback Available -
Bordeaux Library F GENOVA (Text) 31781041939198 Adult Fiction Available -
Bunn Branch F/Genova (Text) 20203540 Adult Fiction Available -
Canton Library F (Text) 33115006568080 Adult Fiction Checked out 10/10/2018
Charles H. Stone Memorial Library F GENOVA (Text) 40599000753940 Adult Fiction Available -
Cleveland County Main Library F GEN (Text) 22281500084258 Adult Fiction Available -
Cumberland Headquarters F GENOVA (Text) 31781063548976 Adult Fiction Available -
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Record details

  • ISBN: 9781439102817
  • ISBN: 1439102813
  • ISBN: 9781439170045
  • ISBN: 9781501106422
  • ISBN: 9781439116883
  • ISBN: 1439116881
  • Physical Description: xi, 293 p. ; 21 cm.
  • Edition: 1st Pocket Books trade pbk. ed.
  • Publisher: New York : Pocket Books, 2009.

Content descriptions

General Note: Includes a readers club guide.
Originally published: New York : iUniverse, Inc., c2007.
Summary, etc.: Alice Howland is proud of the life she worked so hard to build. At fifty years old, she’s a cognitive psychology professor at Harvard and a world-renowned expert in linguistics with a successful husband and three grown children. When she becomes increasingly disoriented and forgetful, a tragic diagnosis changes her life—and her relationship with her family and the world—forever. As she struggles to cope with Alzheimer’s, she learns that her worth is comprised of far more than her ability to remember.
Subject: Alzheimer's disease > Fiction.
Women college teachers > Fiction.

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