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A Father Of Women

  [english | 1917]  

Alice Meynell


Excerpts: [... Two Shakespeare Tercentenaries 18. To O-, of her Dark Eyes 19. The Treasure ...... though he left no son. Therefore on him I cry. To arm me: For my delicate mind a casque,. A breastplate for my heart, courage to die,. Of ...... too, you had of your far-distant dawn. No further dawn seems his,. The old man who shares with you,. But has no more, no more. Time's mystery. Did ........]
Genres: [poetryDownloads: 23

Ceres Runaway And Other Essays

  [english | 1909]  

Alice Meynell


Excerpts: [... of the grass one rests on, within the walls or on the plain, or in the Sabine or the Alban hills. Moreover, under the name I will take leave to ...... wound: among the bad painters chosen to adorn the Houses of Parliament with fresco, he was not one. This affront he took at the hands of men who ...... cold-an unsheltered creature and the chill fancy of the villager followed him out ...]
Genres: [essaysDownloads: 337

Essays

  [english | ]  

Alice Meynell


Summary: [American Exorcist: Critical Essays on William Peter Blatty (2008) is a collection of essays studying all of William Peter Blattys novels from Which Way To Mecca Jack? (1959) to Elsewhere (2009).]
Genres: [essaysDownloads: 471

Flower Of The Mind

  [english | ]  

Alice Meynell


Summary: [Later Poems by Alice Meynell. The Shepherdess I am the Way Via et Veritas et VitaWhy wilt Thou Chide The Lady PovertyThe FoldCradle-song at TwilightThe Roaring FrostParentageThe Modern MotherWest Wind in WinterNovember BlueChimesUnto us a Son is givenA Dead HarvestThe Two PoetsA Poet s WifeVeneration of ImagesAt Night]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 290

Hearts Of Controversy

  [english | 1918]  

Alice Meynell


Summary: [Some thoughts of a reader of Tennyson.--Dickens as a man of letters.--Swinburnes lyrical poetry.--Charlotte and Emily Bronte.--Charmian.--The century of moderation.]
Genres: [criticism | essaysDownloads: 27

Later Poems

  [english | 1901]  

Alice Meynell


Summary: [Poems is the second of two collections of poetry by crime writer Agatha Christie the first being The Road of Dreams in January 1925. It was published in October 1973 at the same time as the novel Postern of Fate the final work she ever wrote. The book is divided into two volumes with the first part which occupies over half of the book being titled Volume I and is stated on the copyright page to ...]
Genres: [poetryDownloads: 53

Later Poems And Flower Of The Mind

  [english | ]  

Alice Meynell


Summary: [Later Poems by Alice Meynell. The Shepherdess I am the Way Via et Veritas et VitaWhy wilt Thou Chide The Lady PovertyThe FoldCradle-song at TwilightThe Roaring FrostParentageThe Modern MotherWest Wind in WinterNovember BlueChimesUnto us a Son is givenA Dead HarvestThe Two PoetsA Poet s WifeVeneration of ImagesAt Night]
Genres: [poetryDownloads: 172

The Colour Of Life

  [english | 1897]  

Alice Meynell


Excerpts: [... quantity when all the heads of a great indoor meeting are turned at once upon a speaker but it is only in the open air, needless to say, that the colour ...... the death of a bird and in exhibiting the death of Shelley. The death of a soldier - passe encore. But the death of Shelley was not his goal. ...... find the dead in some labyrinth they have to mourn his dying and to welcome ...]
Genres: [essaysDownloads: 284

The Rhythm Of Life

  [english | ]  

Alice Meynell


Summary: [LC copy signed by former owner Bruce Rogers.]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 145

The Rhythm Of Life And Other Essays

  [english | ]  

Alice Meynell


Summary: [LC copy signed by former owner Bruce Rogers.]
Genres: [non fictionDownloads: 377

The Spirit Of Place And Other Essays

  [english | ]  

Alice Meynell


Excerpts: [... not so certainly happy ever after she has a captured husband ready for her in a state of ignominy, but she has also a forgotten farmer somewhere ...... its power of rebound in common use (for when a master writes he always uses a tongue that has suffered nothing). It is in our own day that English ...... Victor Hugo, has so many of these touches as to be, by a kind of reflex action,...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 148