Dorothea s Eyes

“An excellent beginner’s resource for biography, U.S. history, and women’s studies.” -- Kirkus Reviews Here is the powerful and inspiring biography of Dorothea Lange, one of the founders of documentary photography.

Dorothea s Eyes

“An excellent beginner’s resource for biography, U.S. history, and women’s studies.” -- Kirkus Reviews Here is the powerful and inspiring biography of Dorothea Lange, one of the founders of documentary photography. After a childhood bout of polio left her with a limp, all Dorothea Lange wanted to do was disappear. But her desire not to be seen helped her learn how to blend into the background and observe. With a passion for the artistic life, and in spite of her family's disapproval, Lange pursued her dream to become a photographer and focused her lens on the previously unseen victims of the Great Depression. This poetic biography tells the emotional story of Lange's life and includes a gallery of her photographs, an author's note, a timeline, and a bibliography.

Dorothea Lieven

41 Dorothea's eyes—the lids, not her vision—were causing trouble so when buttercups burnished the meadows, she crossed the Channel for medical treatment. Abnormally large lettering lamented Dorothea's despair at her slow improvement.

Dorothea Lieven

"This work examines the way in which Dorothea Lieven, entrusted with a secret diplomatic overture to England, participated in events which culminated in the birth of modern Greece. Using her memoirs and other unpublished correspondence, the work providesa

An Echo in the Bone

Dorothea's eyes were shadowed by her lids, but Rachel was sure she was looking at Denny. This was a considerable gamble on Dorothea's part, she thought. For what if the Lord spoke to Denny and said it was impossible, that he must send ...

An Echo in the Bone

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • The seventh book in Diana Gabaldon’s acclaimed Outlander saga, the basis for the Starz original series. Don’t miss the new Outlander novel, Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone, available November 23! “All you’ve come to expect from Gabaldon . . . adventure, history, romance, fantasy.”—The Arizona Republic Jamie Fraser, former Jacobite and reluctant rebel, is already certain of three things about the American rebellion: The Americans will win, fighting on the side of victory is no guarantee of survival, and he’d rather die than have to face his illegitimate son—a young lieutenant in the British army—across the barrel of a gun. Claire Randall knows that the Americans will win, too, but not what the ultimate price may be. That price won’t include Jamie’s life or his happiness, though—not if she has anything to say about it. Meanwhile, in the relative safety of the twentieth century, Jamie and Claire’s daughter, Brianna, and her husband, Roger MacKenzie, have resettled in a historic Scottish home where, across a chasm of two centuries, the unfolding drama of Brianna’s parents’ story comes to life through Claire’s letters. The fragile pages reveal Claire’s love for battle-scarred Jamie Fraser and their flight from North Carolina to the high seas, where they encounter privateers and ocean battles—as Brianna and Roger search for clues not only to Claire’s fate but to their own. Because the future of the MacKenzie family in the Highlands is mysteriously, irrevocably, and intimately entwined with life and death in war-torn colonial America.

When You Walked Back into My Life

Dorothea lowered her eyes. 'I don't know what you mean. ... At the mention ofcake, Dorothea's eyes suddenly blazed. 'Shemakes mea cake... every time. ... 'Dorothea!' Flora couldn't help raising her voicein frustration.

When You Walked Back into My Life

For eight years Flora's love affair with Fin was a whirlwind of fun and spontaneity - but when Flora wanted to settle down and have children, Fin vanished. Life moved on and Flora's world filled with other people, other cares. There were benefits to being single - no socks under the bed, no mess in the bathroom - even if the memory of Fin could never be completely erased. But then suddenly, shockingly, Fin reappears. He's a changed man, he says, and her wants her back. Is this a chance to put right the wrongs? Or a massive mistake?

Dorothea Kirke Or Free to Serve With Illustrations

“ Dorothea , your father knows that I would not take you from him ; that if you become my wife he has not lost a daughter , but only gained a son , who , though perhaps ... and my son Swiftly the tears rose to Dorothea's eyes , but they.

Dorothea Kirke  Or  Free to Serve   With Illustrations


Works Middlemarch

As Dorothea's eyes were turned anxiously on her husband she was perhaps not insensible to the contrast , but it was only mingled with other causes in making her more conscious of that new alarm on his behalf which was the first stirring ...

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The Saturday Evening Post

Dorothea's eyes flashed . Then she remembered . With The riot grew . Dorothea would never have found the When the prices bother you , ask people begin to come . an effort she remained silent . Course you don't know how to fill out a ...

The Saturday Evening Post


Middlemarch a study of provincial life by George Eliot

Mr. Casaubon , on the contrary , Poor Dorothea felt a pang at the thought that stood rayless . the labor of her husband's life might be void , As Dorothea's eyes were turned anxiously on which left her no energy to spare for the ...

Middlemarch  a study of provincial life  by George Eliot


Existentialist Critiques of Cartesianism

It is not that Dorothea sees him as an 'object', as Sartre would have us believe. No, it is he who sees himself in his engagement through Dorothea's eyes. The point is that by its nature that engagement can only keep in existence while ...

Existentialist Critiques of Cartesianism

A discussion of existentialist critiques of Cartesian epistemology, the scepticism to which it leads, its objectivist conception of the self, Cartesian dualism and solipsism and the deterministic conception of human life. By the author of "Morality and the Inner Life: A Study of Plato's 'Gorgias'".

FAIR JUNO

She raised her large green eyes to Helen's in a gently questioning glance. Helen held Dorothea's gaze for a moment, then sighed and looked to Ferdie. 'You've heard them, too?' Ferdie, unaccustomedly serious, nodded. 'At White's.

FAIR JUNO

"Stephanie Laurens' heroines are marvelous tributes to Georgette Heyer: feisty and strong." — Cathy Kelly A fan favorite! #1 New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Laurens takes your breath away with this charming regency romance…. When the Earl of Merton suddenly finds himself playing the knight in shining armor to a damsel in distress, he knows his days as a notorious rake are numbered. But though the lady seems grateful for his assistance, she flees the scene without revealing her name. And though past scandals and present dangers threaten his pursuit of the mysterious lady, he knows she is to be his destiny.

The Australian Journal

“ MAMMA , what do they make needles of P ” asked Dorothea , as she looked up from her sewing . She was a bright - eyed little girl of ... You might make her look all mended — but what do I care for Dorothea's eyes widened . looks ?

The Australian Journal


How the Duke Was Won

“Before we play again, I hear Lady Dorothea has a talent to share. Do give us a demonstration of Roman ... She stared into Lady Dorothea's eyes, deliberately raising her hand as if she was going to strike her. Lady Desmond gasped.

How the Duke Was Won

'A debut that reads like an instant classic. Message to my readers: You'll love Lenora Bell!' Eloisa James, New York Times bestselling author The pleasure of your company is requested at Warbury Park. Four lovely ladies will arrive . . . but only one can become a duchess. James, the scandalously uncivilized Duke of Harland, requires a bride with a spotless reputation for a strictly business arrangement. Lust is prohibited and love is out of the question. Four ladies. Three days. What could go wrong? She is not like the others . . . Charlene Beckett, the unacknowledged daughter of an earl and a courtesan, has just been offered a life-altering fortune to pose as her half-sister, Lady Dorothea, and win the duke's proposal. All she must do is: * Be the perfect English rose (Ha!) * Breathe, smile, and curtsy in impossibly tight gowns (blast Lady Dorothea's sylph-like figure) * Charm and seduce a wild duke (without appearing to try) * Keep said duke far, far from her heart (no matter how tempting) When secrets are revealed and passion overwhelms, James must decide if the last lady he should want is really everything he needs. And Charlene must decide if the promise of a new life is worth risking everything . . . including her heart. 'How the Duke was Won is exciting and emotional - evocative of the best of the genre. If you've been looking for a bold, new voice in historical romance, the search ends here. Lenora Bell is it!' Sarah MacLean 'Fresh, flirty, and fabulous! The new Belle of Historical Romance!' Kerrelyn Sparks

Scenes of Shame

Eliot insists on the unity of society , its organic relations : this novel is not titled " Dorothea Brooke , " as it ... even though Will himself feels " I have been grossly insulted in [ Dorothea's ] eyes and in the eyes of others .

Scenes of Shame

Explores the role of shame as an important affect in the complex psychodynamics of literary and philosophical works.

Middlemarch

Mr. Casaubon , on the contrary , Poor Dorothea felt a pang at the thought that stood rayless . the labor of her husband's life might be void , As Dorothea's eyes were turned anxiously on which left her no energy to spare for the ...

Middlemarch


Middlemarch

As Dorothea's eyes were turned anxiously on her husband she was perhaps not insensible to the contrast, but it was only mingled with other causes in making her more conscious of that new alarm on his behalf which was the first stirring ...

Middlemarch

Writing at the very moment when the foundations of Western thought were being challenged and undermined, George Eliot fashions in Middlemarch (1871-2), the quintessential Victorian novel, a concept of life and society free of the dogma of the past yet able to confront the scepticism that was taking over the age. In a panoramic sweep of English life during the years leading up to the First Reform Bill of 1832, Eliot explores nearly every subject of concern to modern life: art, religion, science, politics, self, society, human relationships. Among her characters are some of the most remarkable portraits in English literature: Dorothea Brooke, the heroine, idealistic but naive; Rosamond Vincy, beautiful and egoistic; Edward Casaubon, the dry-as-dust scholar; Tertius Lydgate, the brilliant but morally flawed physician; the passionate artist, Will Ladislaw; and Fred Vincy and Mary Garth, the childhood sweethearts whose charming courtship is one of the many humorous elements in the novel's rich comic vein. Felicia Bonaparte has provided a new introduction to this updated edition, the text of which is taken from the Clarendon critical edition.

Drawn to the Marquess

The hope died in Dorothea's eyes. “You don't want to marry him because he's going blind.” “No. That is not true, Dorothea. I've only just met your brother and while I—I have strong feelings for him, he wants different things than I do.

Drawn to the Marquess

Destined to go blind, a rake sets his sights on the toast of society, lighting a fire of passion that scorches the night, in this captivating novel from USA Today bestselling author Bronwen Evans. Stephen Hornsby, the Marquess of Clevedon, has one goal: to see every exquisite thing he can before he goes blind. His greatest joy, watching a woman shuddering in the throes of passion, will be gone. But before the darkness descends, he is determined to seduce a magnificent widow, Lady Penelope Fisherton. Unfortunately, his rakish reputation has preceded him; Lady Penelope spurns his advances. Being a man who relishes a challenge, however, her reluctance adds only luster to his desire for the last beautiful sight he’ll ever see. Considered the belle of London society, Lady Penelope was married to a scoundrel who cared for no one but himself. Now that she’s free, she wants nothing to do with love, passion, or desire—emotions that abandoned her with a cruel husband. So why does her body react when Stephen smiles? As much as she’d like to avoid the rogue, her brother-in-law wants her fortune, and he’ll kill to get it. Stephen is willing to help, but he’ll take only one thing in return: Her. In his bed. Praise for Drawn to the Marquess “Beautifully done! Drawn to the Marquess is a moving, touching romance of two people who prove to be exactly what each other needs at exactly the right time. I fell in love with Penelope and Stephen!”—New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Ashley “Brimming with passion, intrigue, and tenderness, Bronwen Evans’s latest is spectacular! A perfectly brilliant page-turning romance.”—USA Today bestselling author Collette Cameron “Drawn to the Marquess will captivate and seduce you. Bronwen Evans is a gem in Regency romance.”—Internationally bestselling author Tracy Goodwin “Passion. Intrigue. Saucy banter. Bronwen Evans has penned another must-read romance that gives the perfect hot peek into the Regency era. I couldn’t put this scorching page-turner down!”—Maeve Greyson, author of the Highland Protector series Look for the enchanting Disgraced Lords series from Bronwen Evans: A KISS OF LIES | A PROMISE OF MORE | A TOUCH OF PASSION | A WHISPER OF DESIRE | A TASTE OF SEDUCTION | A NIGHT OF FOREVER And don’t miss her novels in the Imperfect Lords series: ADDICTED TO THE DUKE | DRAWN TO THE MARQUESS | ATTRACTED TO THE EARL Includes an excerpt from another Loveswept title.

My Lord and My Lady

“ It would be all the same whoever it was , ” returns Dorothea , nonchalantly : “ she has one of those tiresome , uncomfortable dispositions . ... Passion , sentiment , romance , —all these things are a bore in Dorothea's eyes .

My Lord and My Lady


A Season for Scandal

Then, in one revealing instant, she had seen Dorothea through Dorothea's eyes. Despite her common sense and self-confidence, having lived in relative seclusion until now, her granddaughter had little idea how she appeared to others in ...

A Season for Scandal

New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Laurens takes your breath away with two charming romances...TANGLED REINSMiss Dorothea Darent has no intention of ever getting married, certainly not to a rogue such as the Marquis of Hazelmere. A disreputable scoundrel, he is captivated when they meet by chance and is determined to win her heart, even while she's busy dazzling the rest of London society. Now Dorothea has a choice to make: stick with her plan to remain a respectable spinster, or run into the arms of her dashing stranger....FAIR JUNOWhen the Earl of Merton suddenly finds himself playing the knight in shining armor to a damsel in distress, he knows his days as a notorious rake are numbered. But though the lady seems grateful for his assistance, she flees the scene without revealing her name. And though past scandals and present dangers threaten his pursuit of the mysterious lady, he knows she is to be his destiny.

Every Bit a Rogue

Dorothea's eyes widened and she turned to Emma. “Would you like me to come with you, Emma? For moral support.” Emma's stomach dipped. She had not anticipated needing to tell anyone other than Dorothea and Carter about spending the night ...

Every Bit a Rogue

An Amazon Best of the Month Selection When a young lady sacrifices her reputation to save a viscount, it’s the beginning of an extraordinary adventure in Adrienne Basso’s captivating Regency tale . . . Jon Burwell, Viscount Kendall, knows what the gossips say about him. They claim he’s been a dejected, half-mad recluse ever since he was jilted at the altar. The simple truth is that Jon has thrown all the passion he once had for his fiancée into his latest mechanical invention. But his single-minded existence has lately been shattered by repeated encounters with Miss Emma Ellingham, his neighbor’s intriguing sister-in-law . . . Painting and sketching have been Emma’s consolation since her own secret heartbreak. When she stumbles upon the viscount’s workshop, his machine revives her artistic imagination. The gentleman himself is even more fascinating—and deeply seductive. When Jon is accused of a crime, Emma risks her good name for his sake. But though the threat of scandal compels them to wed, only courage can overcome their pasts, and allow desire to transform into love . . . Praise for Adrienne Basso’s The Bride Chooses a Highlander “Basso keeps the action moving and the attraction building between the compassionate, appealing protagonists, making their journey to the altar both entertaining and satisfying.” —Publishers Weekly

Works

Dorothea's eyes followed her husband anxiously , while he sank down wearily at the end of a sofa , and resting his elbow sup , ported his head and looked on the floor . A little flushed , and with bright eyes , she seated herself beside ...

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