I am from Scottingham Estate. My favorite thing to do is read. I like poetry because it’s my own ideas. My all-time favorite poem is titled “Life’s Mysteries.” I like it because I wrote it myself. This is my first poetry book.
Author: Isabelle Scott
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
My name is Isabelle Scott, and I am eight years old. I will turn nine in May. I am from Scottingham Estate. My favorite thing to do is read. I like poetry because it’s my own ideas. My all-time favorite poem is titled “Life’s Mysteries.” I like it because I wrote it myself. This is my first poetry book.
Clindor is in love with Isabelle. Adraste makes advances at her but she pretends
to accept those of Matamore. Lyre, Isabelles maid, is also in love with Clindor.
Geronte, Isabelle's father, orders her to marry Adraste but he refuses. Clindor kills
Author: Ursula Krammer Maynard
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Lived and read experiences are assembled in this cosmopolitan author's second published book. A travelogue as of the 19th Century and 20th Century just as well as contemporary narratives are embedded into love, joy and everything that you can imagine. This volume contains more than words can tell, more feelings than music conveys, more than visual art could show, a shamanistic and aesthetic experience at the same time. Drama is about conflict. The cathartic effect shall bring healing to the reading audience. A romantic and Olympic ode expresses the author's inner excursions into autobiography, female role models, glamour and religion. The title of the author's first book is PERFORMING POSTMODERNITY. She is on facebook as: www.facebook.com/ursula.maynard.9
would play at being his muse and the ideal , all the while knowing that she is not
and that the man clearly sees the woman in her . Far from living a lie or an
illusion , they would guard the truth as a secret , they would share this secret so
that the ...
Author: Sylvie Chaput
Publisher: Guernica Editions
Following the love story of painter Joseph Légaré's niece, Isabelle Forest, and novelist Philippe Aubert de Gaspé, Sylvie Chaput carefully and creatively chronicles her picture of Quebec in the 1830s. Chaput writes of the turbulence Quebec endured as her lovers battle the dangers of severe political unrest and a huge cholera epidemic. This novel also recalls the role of art, specifically painting, as a permanent force in a tumultuous world.
Annie, who befriends and beguiles Eldon while becoming Isabelle's muse, is
caught between the conflicting possibilities represented by Eldon and Isabelle,
and stories and photographs, respectively. The novel links photography to death.
Author: Kate Mitchell
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
A PDF version of this book is available for free in open access via the OAPEN Library platform, www.oapen.org. Examining recent rewritings of the Victorian period by authors such asA. S. Byatt, Sarah Waters, Gail Jones and Graham Swift, Victorian Afterimages explores the way in which neo-Victorian fictions enact and celebrate the power of cultural memory in an age historically obsessed and yet charged with the inability to think historically.
ISABELLE : ( playing her mother ) Yes , tell me about Isabelle . ... ISABELLE : (
playing her mother ) I ' d like to thank you for everything you did for her . ...
Isabelle preferred to take revenge on you , not on her muse . . . not on her muse .
Author: Jerry Wasserman
Publisher: Burnaby, B.C. : Talonbooks
In Volume II, Wasserman shows us Canadian drama from 1985 up to 1997, during which we see women playwrights rise to greater prominence, along with Native, gay and lesbian, and Quebecois playwrights. But, continuing on from Volume I, this selection of plays not only takes us farther into the annals of the lives of the marginalized; it also provides a revealing cultural and philosophical cross-section of late-20th-century life in Canada. In one way or another, we are shown ourselves as we are, and not in the critically-neutral, determinedly naive terms of the contemporary mainstream in which we are all represented as gloriously enmeshed in a world of cybernetic stringency--the uncomplicated aesthetic of a never-ending stream of zeroes and ones. If the plays presented in these two volumes are the contours of an "indigenous Canadian drama," they outline anything but a norm. The plays in this fourth edition of Modern Canadian Plays: Volume IIdate from 1985 to 1997: Bordertown Cafeby Kelly Rebar Polygraphby Robert Lepage and Marie Brassard Mooby Sally Clark The Orphan Musesby Michel Marc Bouchard 7 Storiesby Morris Panych Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskasingby Tomson Highway Amigo's Blue Guitarby Joan MacLeod Lion in the Streetsby Judith Thomson Never Swim Aloneby Daniel MacIvor Fronteras Americanasby Guillermo Verdecchia Harlem Duetby Djanet Sears Problem Childby George F. Walker
Isabelle is an independent girl who's lost her parents.
Author: Aurore Muse
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
Isabelle is an independent girl who’s lost her parents. As she finds out that her brother is about to sell their parents’ home, Isabelle’s world spins out of control, and a meeting with a mysterious stranger promises the adventure she’s always dreamed of. As she gets ready to go on this adventure, she begins to find clues as to what may have actually happened to her parents. Until now she’s believed that they were accountants, but who were they really? Isabelle begins to question her reality as the adventure gets closer and even as an old friend shows up. Can she trust him? Will he go with her? As time approaches and the day comes for the adventure, Isabelle will have to make some hard choices to make and will have to deal with what she’s decided. She knows this could change her life, but is she prepared for what will happen once she meets with this mysterious man? Will she find what she’s looking for on this adventure? With so much mystery in the air, Isabelle begins to crave the answers to all her questions.
When Isabelle ' s father protested Cather ' s presence in the beginning , Isabelle
threatened to leave home unless her father welcomed Cather into the household
. Cather later declared that Isabelle was her muse and that all her novels were ...
Author: Lillian Faderman
Publisher: Viking Adult
A collection of the works of four centuries of lesbian and bisexual writers reviews the shifting concept of "lesbian literature" by exploring six different genres
Poutrin , Isabelle . Le Voile et la plume : Autobiographie et sainteté feminine dans
l ' Espagne moderne . Madrid : Casa de Velázquez , 1995 . Puttick , , and
Simpson . Bibliotheca Mejicana : A Catalogue of an Extraordinary Collection of
Author: Jennifer Lee Eich
Publisher: University Press of South Incorporated
"Sor Maria Anna is the author of numerous spiritual texts, and in this literary analysis Jennifer Eich addresses her four remarkable mystical and theological treatises, along with her other major works. The first book-length critical study of Sor Maria Anna, this work grants the eighteenth-century mystic attention few modern scholars have given the extraordinary Dominican nun."--BOOK JACKET.
That designation was funny Surely someone remembered - otherwise those
poets couldn ' t be gathered together in anthologies and labeled as forgotten .
Think of Lizette Woodworth Reese , Esa May Carteret , Isabelle Parker . Poets
like them ...
Author: Bette Pesetsky
A New York City poet diagnosed with a fatal disease looks back on her life--abandonment by her mother, her bizarre romantic entanglements, her involvement with a Kafkaesque group called the Cousins Club--organizing it for posterity