Lovely London Lady Notebook

- 120 college-ruled pages - Sturdy binding and glossy cover - Fun, sexy, cosmopolitan English theme

Author: SublimeLemons Notebooks

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ISBN: 1689187247

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- 120 college-ruled pages - Sturdy binding and glossy cover - Fun, sexy, cosmopolitan English theme

Note book of an elderly lady

The London clergy try to do that , ” I said . « There are some who , I believe , have
immense influence , at least if one may judge from the crowds who rush to hear
them . ” “ No doubt , ” answered my friend , “ there is nothing more delightful than
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Author: Elizabeth Missing Sewell

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ISBN: OXFORD:600061915

Category: Women

Page: 349

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Anything for Helen

I have a lovely lady in London. I have known her for some time now. I will be happy to jot her name and address in your notebook.” Lady Albright took a deep ...

Author: Judith Slaughter

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781728337685

Category: Fiction

Page: 266

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Helen Bell O’Brien is the beautiful, educated daughter of an English college professor and an enchanting young French actress. A chance meeting of the handsome, American, Charles Hudson propels her on a precarious journey to an unfathomable new life. She finds herself crossing the Atlantic on the ill-fated TITANIC. Helen survives but Charles does not. Overwhelmed with the cruel city of New York, Helen starts anew, but even an ocean away she is having trouble silencing the rattling skeletons in her cluttered closet. What happened seconds before the Titanic hit the iceberg is her story of revenge: hitting the iceberg saved her life! Now, her wicked tormentor hunts her. With no one to turn to and a story too strange to be believed, Helen lives in constant fear of discovery. This tale of incredible female bravery takes many twists and turns as it reveals Helen’s mysterious past and present! Hold on to your hat as the beguiling Helen whisks you off on a dark, fantastic adventure!

Zibaldone The Notebooks of Leopardi

... of Our Ideas of the Sublimeand Beautiful,London 1787 Celsus (Aulus Cornelius), ... Lady), France, 4th ed.,London 1818(1sted., London 1817) Petrarch ...

Author: Giacomo Leopardi

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 9780141962009

Category: Literary Collections

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Giacomo Leopardi was the greatest Italian poet of the nineteenth century and was recognized by readers from Nietzsche to Beckett as one of the towering literary figures in Italian history. To many, he is the finest Italian poet after Dante. Leopardi was also a prodigious scholar of classical literature and philosophy, and a voracious reader in numerous ancient and modern languages. For most of his writing career, he kept an immense notebook, known as the Zibaldone, or "hodgepodge," as Harold Bloom has called it, in which he put down his original, wide-ranging, radically modern responses to his reading. His comments about religion, philosophy, language, history, anthropology, astronomy, literature, poetry, and love are unprecedented in their brilliance and suggestiveness, and the Zibaldone, which was only published at the turn of the twentieth century, has been recognized as one of the foundational books of modern culture. Its 4,500-plus pages have never been fully translated into English until now, when a team led by of Michael Caesar and Franco D'Intino of the Leopardi Centre in Birmingham have spent years producing a lively, accurate version. This essential book will change our understanding of nineteenth-century culture. Giacomo Leopardi (1798-1837), Italy's first and greatest modern poet, was also a critic, philosopher and philologist. His enormous Zibaldone, or philosophical and critical notebook, which many consider one of the great books of the 19th century, was published in Penguin Classics in 2013.

The Woman Who Rode Away and Other Stories

The Lovely Lady , published by Secker and by Viking in 1933. ... on 31 January , he told S. S. Koteliansky , another old friend , in London : ' I was trying ...

Author: D. H. Lawrence

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521294304

Category: Fiction

Page: 556

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These thirteen short stories were written between 1924 and 1928. Eleven were collected in The Woman Who Rode Away (1928), though 'The Man Who Loved Islands' appeared in the American edition only and the other two in The Lovely Lady (1933). An unpublished fragment 'A Pure Witch' is also included.

London Girl Much Cooler Girl Notebook London Player Gift for Girls a Beautiful

London Girl Much Cooler Girl Notebook London Player Gift for Girls a Beautiful Notebook Birthday Gift is a 120 pages Simple and elegant Notebook on a Matte-finish cover, birthday gifts for women, birthday gifts for men, Perfect Journal for ...

Author: London Gift Notebook

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ISBN: 9798615669798

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London Girl Much Cooler Girl Notebook London Player Gift for Girls a Beautiful Notebook Birthday Gift is a 120 pages Simple and elegant Notebook on a Matte-finish cover, birthday gifts for women, birthday gifts for men, Perfect Journal for London Lovers Diary, It's A London Thing, You Wouldn't Understand, Ideal Gift Idea for friend, sister, brother, gradparents, kids, boys, girls, youth and teens who love London , Great for taking notes in class, journal writing and essays, Perfect gift for parents, gradparents, kids, boys, girls, youth and teens as a Birthday gift. 120 pages Size 6 x 9 (15.24 x 22.86 cm)- the ideal size for all purposes, fitting perfectly into your bag White-color paper Soft, glossy cover Matte Finish Cover for an elegant look and feel Do You Play London ? Looking for London Gifts ? Are you looking for a Gift for your friend, parents or relatives ? Then you need to buy this Cute London Girl Much Cooler Girl Notebook London Player Gift for Girls a Beautiful gift Journal for your brother, sister, Auntie

Leading Lady Tales of London Book 3

Notebooks and several texts, papers, and pencils lay upon a table in the center. “My father's research,” she explained when Noah picked up a copy of the ...

Author: Lawana Blackwell

Publisher: Baker Books

ISBN: 9781441270979

Category: Fiction

Page: 432

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Book 3 of Tales of London is set in the fascinating world of the London theatre at the close of the nineteenth century. Wardrobe mistress Bethia Rayborn incites the wrath of Muriel Pearce Holt, the new leading lady at London's Royal Court Theatre. Muriel plots revenge, but in scheming to steal Bethia's true love, she may lose the truest love she has ever known.

Thomas Hardy s Facts Notebook

Well – she was a pretty woman – but – you'd never credit she had such bad teeth. ... In her memoirs, Under Five Reigns (London: Methuen, 1910), Lady Dorothy ...

Author: William Greenslade

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781351879293

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Within weeks of Thomas Hardy's return to his native Dorchester in June 1883, he began to compile his 'Facts' notebook, which he kept up throughout the years when he was writing some of his major work - The Mayor of Casterbridge, The Woodlanders, Tess of the d'Urbervilles and Jude the Obscure. From his intensive study of the Dorset County Chronicle for 1826-1830, he noted and summarised into 'Facts' (with the help of his first wife, Emma) hundreds of reports, many of them suggestive 'satires of circumstance', for possible use in his fiction and poems. Along with extensive reading in memoirs and local histories, this immersion in the files of the old newspaper involved him in a wider experience - the recovery and recognition of the unstable culture of the local past in the post-Napoleonic war years before his birth in 1840, and before the impact of the modernising of the Victorian era. 'Facts' is thus a unique document amongst Hardy's private writings and is here for the first time edited, the text transcribed in 'typographical facsimile' form, together with substantial annotation of the entries and critical and textual introductions.

London Pride

De Malfort went on fooling with Lady Lucretia, whose lovely hand and arm, her strongest point, descended upon a card now and then, to indicate the play she ...

Author: Mary Elizabeth Braddon

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783734091551

Category: Fiction

Page: 388

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Reproduction of the original: London Pride by Mary Elizabeth Braddon

The New York Mirror

219 Love , murder and suicide 174 Remarkable well 293 Who is a beautiful woman ? 223 London bridge , the late 182 || Railway whistle 296 Weather , the 207 ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105011939399

Category: American literature

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The Notebooks of Henry James

Delightful to me is London at that time, after the horrors of the season have ... Lady A., hearing my wheels on the gravel (I was late) put her handsome ...

Author: Henry James

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 9780226511047

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 425

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Provides selections of the American novelist's journals, which discuss his works in progress, and the sources of their inspiration.

The Art of Sherlock Holmes West Palm Beach

“Correct,” said Lady Margaret Lestrade recorded this in his notebook “And while ... Metropole is among the top hotels in London—” Lady Margaret interrupted ...

Author: Phil Growick

Publisher: Andrews UK Limited

ISBN: 9781787054134

Category: Fiction

Page: 411

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The Art of Sherlock Holmes is a totally unique experience. Imagine a dozen or more of the finest artists in the U.S. creating art for some the best new short stories written by some of the finest Holmes authors in the world. Each artist has envisioned their version of one story specifically selected for them. All stories and art in one large, hardcover, coffee table presentation volume. This first edition features artists from West Palm Beach, Florida. Future editions will be global, with participating artists contributing from all over the world. The Art of Sherlock Holmes was conceived and curated by Phil Growick, himself a renowned Holmes author.

London Assurance

Sir H. More angelic by a lovely tinge of heightened co lour . Lady Gay . To - morrow , in this room , which opens oi the lawn . Sir H. At eleven o'clock .

Author: Dion Boucicault

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ISBN: NWU:35556006869671

Category: English drama

Page: 71

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The Sketch

wife of Lionel Tennyson ( England's new cricket captain ) , and Lady Desborough
with her girl , and Lord and Lady Crawford and their ... and showed London how
woman kept beautiful as I glided through sun - baked streets to Carlton House
Terrace and to comparative ... I met Lytton Strachey there , wandering about with
a notebook as though he could not stop writing even for a moment - but it was
only ...

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ISBN: MINN:31951002800511G

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The European Magazine and London Review

... love to describe is a lovely and a grace a huge frieze coat like his own . ... married house ; and here comes a relic of some wandering girl , whose son ...

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ISBN: NYPL:33433081645891

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The Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion

126 she went ; they stayed annually at the Pulteney Hotel in Bath , and during the
London season at the Town House in Stanhope Street . ... notebook which has
survived , but they are tantalisingly brief and few in number : 1886 , Going up
again ( to London ) latter ... Lady Llanover's present to Princess Victoria May of
Teck gown piece woven by the Spitalfields weavers , the design adapted from
Welsh pattern called Cwlwm Cariad [ indecipherable word ] carried out in lovely
green and ...

Author: Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (London, England)

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ISBN: UOM:39015068974081

Category: Wales

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London Pride When the World Was Younger

De Malfort went on fooling with Lady Lucretia, whose lovely hand and arm, ... had scrawled two or three I.O.U.'s upon scraps of paper torn from a notebook.

Author: Mary Elizabeth Braddon

Publisher: Library of Alexandria

ISBN: 9781465605436

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ÊA rainy summer, and a mild rainy autumn had been followed by the hardest frost this generation had ever known. The Thames was frozen over, and tempestuous winds had shaken the ships in the Pool, and the steep gable ends and tall chimney-stacks on London Bridge. A never-to-be-forgotten winter, which had witnessed the martyrdom of England's King, and the exile of her chief nobility, while a rabble Parliament rode roughshod over a cowed people. Gloom and sour visages prevailed, the maypoles were down, the play-houses were closed, the bear-gardens were empty, the cock-pits were desolate; and a saddened population, impoverished and depressed by the sacrifices that had been exacted and the tyranny that had been exercised in the name of Liberty, were ground under the iron heel of Cromwell's red-coats. The pitiless journey from London to Louvain, a journey of many days and nights, prolonged by accident and difficulty, had been spun out to uttermost tedium for those two in the heavily moving old leathern coach. Who and what were they, these wearied travellers, journeying together silently towards a destination which promised but little of pleasure or luxury by way of welcomeÑa destination which meant severance for those two? One was Sir John Kirkland, of the Manor Moat, Bucks, a notorious Malignant, a grey-bearded cavalier, aged by trouble and hard fighting; a soldier and servant who had sacrificed himself and his fortune for the King, and must needs begin the world anew now that his master was murdered, his own goods confiscated, the old family mansion, the house in which his parents died and his children were born, emptied of all its valuables, and left to the care of servants, and his master's son a wanderer in a foreign land, with little hope of ever winning back crown and sceptre. Sadness was the dominant expression of Sir John's stern, strongly marked countenance, as he sat staring out at the level landscape through the unglazed coach window, staring blankly across those wind-swept Flemish fields where the cattle were clustering in sheltered corners, a monotonous expanse, crossed by ice-bound dykes that looked black as ink, save where the last rays of the setting sun touched their iron hue with blood-red splashes. Pollard willows indicated the edge of one field, gaunt poplars marked the boundary of another, alike leafless and unbeautiful, standing darkly out against the dim grey sky. Night was hastening towards the travellers, narrowing and blotting out that level landscape, field, dyke, and leafless wood.

Haydn

... in London who loved me. Though sixty years old, she was still lovely and amiable, ... The inquiry is here answered: Mistress Schroeter was the lady.

Author: J. Cuthbert Hadden

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783752300130

Category: Fiction

Page: 148

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The Life and Times of Mary Dowager Duchess of Sutherland

Rounding off the London season, Lady Holland had a garden party at Holland House in late July41. It was a lovely summer's day, the recent rains had greened ...

Author: Catherine Layton

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781527512924

Category: History

Page: 447

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This definitive biography depicts one Victorian woman’s struggle to stay afloat in a rising tide of prurient scandalmongering and snobbery. Could it be that this woman’s character and circumstances informed Oscar Wilde’s social comedies? She was the daughter of a leading Conservative Oxford don, vilified as an arrogant fortune-hunter. Her liaison dangereuse with a Duke resulted in ostracism by Queen Victoria’s cronies, as well as protracted, widely publicised legal disputes with his family. One battle put her in Holloway Gaol for six weeks. Her supporters, over time, included Disraeli, the Khedival family of Egypt, the de Lesseps, and Sir Albert Kaye Rollit (a promoter of women’s suffrage, later her third husband). Her life and that of her family drew in British and European colonialism, and even Reilly, the “Ace of Spies”. Various previously untapped letters, diaries and journals allow the reader to navigate through the sensationalist fog of the primarily Liberal press of her time. The book will appeal to anyone interested in Victorian and journalism history, and gender and celebrity studies.