4 edition of That odd rich old woman found in the catalog.
That odd rich old woman
Includes bibliographical references (p. 238-239) and index.
|Statement||by Jane Preston.|
|LC Classifications||CT788.B8775 P74 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 244 p. :|
|Number of Pages||244|
|LC Control Number||00361482|
James Jameson, who was heir to the Jameson Irish whiskey empire, was also an explorer. In one incident recorded by famed adventurer Henry Stanley, Jameson was in Ribakiba meeting Arab slave trader Tippu Tip when he expressed interest in watching cannibals.. For the price of just six handkerchiefs, he purchased a year-old girl who was taken to a known cannibal . After all these assertive maidens and housewives, Gail Godwin's The Odd Woman—her major work to date—is very different—just like Jane Clifford, a plain Jane, unfashionable, odd—both single and singular. She has none of the stylish assurance or self-sufficiency of all but one of the people she knows. She's even—God forbida romantic, looking for "her best life" while .
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The Odd Women is a brilliant read, uncomfortable at times, bleak for the most part, it’s also fascinating and compelling. Distilled to its essence, The Odd Women is about money, marriage and manners and two self-sufficient . Portrait of an Old Woman with a Book - Ferdinand Bol Author: Ferdinand Bol. Portraiture, Painting, Oil on canvas, x cm. Origin: Holland, Source of entry: Collection of Sir Robert Walpole, Houghton Hall,
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This meant there were "odd" women left over at Author: George Gissing. A novel of social realism, The Odd Women reflects the major sexual and cultural issues of the late nineteenth century. Unlike the "New Woman" novels of the era which challenged the idea that That odd rich old woman book unmarried woman was superfluous, Gissing satirizes that image and portrays women as "odd" and marginal in relation to an ideal/5.
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A finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, Autobiography. A contentious, deeply moving ode to friendship, love, and urban life in the spirit of Fierce Attachments. A memoir of self-discovery and the dilemma of connection in our time, The Odd Woman and the City explores the rhythms, chance encounters, and ever-changing friendships of urban life that forge the /5(85).
The house hasn't always looked like this; part of the old house is in there somewhere but the fantastic concoction we see today is the result of Victorian renovations carried out for Elizabeth Bulwer-Lytton, whom a biographer once described as "that odd rich old woman".
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A memoir of self-discovery and the dilemma of connection in our time, The Odd Woman and the City explores the rhythms, chance encounters, and ever-changing friendships of urban life that forge the sensibility of a fiercely independent woman who has lived out her conflicts, not her fantasies, in a city (New York) that has done the same.
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