The Women Of The Castle

Author: Jessica Shattuck
Publisher: Bonnier Publishing Fiction Ltd.
ISBN: 1785762575
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. . Deeply moving and compelling, The Women of the Castle is a heart-wrenching and hopeful novel of secrets and survival, a reckoning, and the astonishing power of forgiveness.

The Carp Castle A Novel

Author: Macdonald Harris
Publisher: The Overlook Press
ISBN: 1468308416
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In Capetown he met a woman named Melpomene who kept a boarding house
and was a follower of Madame Blavatsky. They made friends and he was a guest
in her house while his ship was discharging its cargo. She came down to the
dock with him when he went to board the ship, but when the lines were cast off
she held him in her arms so effectively that the ship was towed out to sea by the
steam tug and Joshua stayed on the dock. He stayed with Mel for a year, helping
out with ...

A Literary History Of Women S Writing In Britain 1660 1789

Author: Susan Staves
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139458582
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women's novels of this period than the utopian Munster Village, Charlotte Smith's
first novel, Emmeline: The Orphan of the Castle (1788), might be called a
sentimental romance. Smith subsequently was known as a gothic novelist, but
Emmeline, despite its Welsh castle, is set in contemporary Great Britain and
Europe and has no mysterious gothic villains or supernatural phenomena to
evoke terror. Taking hints ...

Religious Experience And The Modernist Novel

Author: Pericles Lewis
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139485210
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mystery of interpretation, nor to look for guidance from the Delphic utterances of
the officials of the Castle. As with most of the practical advice from the women in
the novel, K. ignores it. (All of the Castle's employees are male and they have no
suitable mates, which helps account for the fact that most of the women in the
village are prostitutes or nearly so.) When K. finally does meet Erlanger, the only
thing that is achieved is that Erlanger tells K. to have Frieda return to the taproom
for ...

The Doctor In The Victorian Novel

Author: Tabitha Sparks
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 9780754668022
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Critical debates about Stoker's (anti- feminism have typically focused upon the
sexual etiology established in the novel, and particularly the treatment of Lucy's
sexuality. For instance, Carol Senf argues that Stoker's "treatment of women in ...
over woman's ability to be both sexual and virginal at once. Lucy is virgin by day
and (later) vampire by night; Mina has "a man's brain and a woman's heart" (234),
and the women who seduce Jonathan in the castle are undeniably female, and
yet ...

Limited Edition The Casual Vacancy

Author: J.K. Rowling
Publisher: Nanmeebooks
ISBN: 616041139X
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เมื่อแบร์รี แฟร์บราเทอร์ ตายลงอย่างกะทันหันในวัยสี่สิบต้น ๆ เมืองเล็ก ๆ ...

The Female Figure In Contemporary Historical Fiction

Author: K. Cooper
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137283386
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The previous forays of women into the genre – such as that ofthe authorMaria
Edgeworth, whosehistorical novel Castle Rackrent was published in 1800, some
fourteen years before Scott's first foray into the genre with Waverley (1814)– were
widely dismissed, as Wallace describes, asromantic escapism. Work onhistorical
fiction subsequently referred toScott asa benchmarkforthe genre, and traditional
critics have tended to concentrate predominantly onthe workofmale authors, often

Dellingborough Castle Or The Mysterious Recluse A Novel

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Hardly had the strangers entered the woody concealment of the forest, before
Mary silently descended by a private staircase, and at once entered upon an
adventure, that required more than a common share of female fortitude. She
placed herself in the path by which she knew they must return; but so long did the
time of their absence appear, that she began to fear they had taken another route
, when the sound of distant footsteps announced their ... approach. - - If Mary felt
any alarm ...

Corfe Castle Or Keneswitha A Novel By John Fitzgerald Pennie

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eastern shores, and were marching towards the castle. Under these impressions,
while some of the men, who happened not to be labouring in the fields, went to
look out from the neighbouring hills, the women, with their children and little
moveables, had assembled before the castle gate, and were earnestly
clamouring for admittance, nor could they be easily persuaded that there was at
present no danger, nor be satisfied with the assurance that, so soon as a real
cause for alarm ...