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Eleanor & Park
Title : Eleanor & Park
Author : Rainbow Rowell
Publisher: Van Goor
Total pages: N.A pages
Eleanor en Park zijn slim genoeg om te weten dat een eerste liefde bijna nooit voor eeuwig duurt, maar moedig en wanhopig genoeg om het een kans te geven. Het prachtige en tijdloze liefdesverhaal van twee buitenbeentjes tijdens een schooljaar in 1986. Eleanor en Park zijn personages bij wie de lezer dicht op de huid zit. De twee kunnen niet met en niet zonder elkaar. Dit boek ademt liefde; de belachelijkheid en onontkoombaarheid van liefde, maar ook de kracht en energie die uitgaat van houden van. Die eerste liefde die hartverscheurend kan zijn en je tot wanhoop kan drijven. Het einde is onverwacht en compromisloos, wat maakt dat je meteen opnieuw wilt gaan lezen.
Eleanor of Aquitaine
Title : Eleanor of Aquitaine
Author : Alison Weir
Total pages: 480 pages
A biography of one of the most influential women of the Middle Ages discusses her marriages to Louis VII of France and Henry II of England, and her later efforts to secure the throne of England for her sons.
Title : Eleanor’s Pursuit
Author : H. Thomas Howell
Publisher: Archway Publishing
Total pages: 494 pages
When Eleanor Pendleton met Louis M. Ream in 1911, it was love at first sight. She was a Broadway actress known for her beauty and dancing ability in musical comedy productions during the early twentieth century. Louis was tall, dark, and handsome and, as she soon discovered, the youngest son and presumptive heir of Norman B. Ream, one of America’s wealthiest men. The problem for Eleanor, as she learned after eloping with Louis, was her father-in-law’s deep-seated aversion to the theatre; he regarded all actresses as disreputable. After an overnight trip to seek his father’s forgiveness and understanding, Louis disappeared. A blend of history and melodrama, H. Thomas Howell’s Eleanor’s Pursuit offers the biographical legacy of Eleanor Pendleton. It looks beneath the sensational newspaper coverage of 1911 to explore the confrontation between father and son and Eleanor’s anxious vigil while awaiting the return of her husband. When Ream’s lawyer arrives at her apartment instead of Louis and informs her the marriage is over, Eleanor collapses in disbelief. The lawyers take center stage, displacing the lovers. Chronicling one of the biggest celebrity newspaper stories of its day, Eleanor’s Pursuit follows the secret deal-making sessions, the stage-managed travesty of justice, and the ultimate courtroom battle. These events come to life as the witnesses and lawyers reveal the private details in their own words. Howell also tells how the public reacted to the story as it unfolded. With surprises at every turn, this biography explains the exceptional final stage of Eleanor’s pursuit.
The Books of the Five: Eleanor, Will (Books 1,2)
Title : The Books of the Five: Eleanor, Will (Books 1,2)
Author : S F Burgess
Publisher: Jojosala Publishing Ltd
Total pages: 1706 pages
Begin your journey with the Boxset of the first two Books of the Five. The Books of the Five: Eleanor (Book 1) "Most people's lives begin with their births; mine began with my death." In the final moments of her life, the enigmatic Conlan drags Eleanor from her world and into his. Mydren - a vast, majestic land where myths have substance, magic is terrifyingly real and Eleanor is marked for death. Reborn as an Avatar, the living incarnation of an ancient magic, Eleanor must think fast and act faster if she wishes to survive. This new life comes with a price; Conlan has a vital and dangerous mission to undertake. Eleanor must learn to control her newfound abilities and cope with a host of dangers both mystical and natural, while helping her fellow Avatars to master their own talents, so they can get the connection between them working. Can she make 'The Five' a force to be reckoned with? Will their deadly enemies destroy them? Can Eleanor overcome her own fears and find the courage she needs to reach Conlan and release him from his dark secrets? --- The adventure of the Five continues with "Will" The Books of the Five: Will (Book 2) "Often the scars that grieve us the most are the ones we carry deep inside." Hammered with determination and paid for in blood, the connection that binds Will to Conlan and his fellow Avatars has finally been forged and the Five are beginning to discover the extent of their staggering potential. Now these living embodiments of elemental magic pose a threat that the despotic Lords of Mydren cannot ignore. With all the resources at their disposal, the hunt for the Five has begun in earnest. With Conlan's army growing, the time has come for them to cease fleeing and begin their battle for the heart and soul of Mydren. Yet for Will there is only one goal: to see Conlan crowned king, thus securing the future of those he loves. The task of guiding Conlan and his comrades through the oncoming battles will require every last ounce of Will's guile but he has secrets of his own that threaten everything the united powers of the Five represent. With time running out, does Will have the strength to face the encroaching darkness alone?
Eleanor Roosevelt and the Anti-Nuclear Movement
Title : Eleanor Roosevelt and the Anti-Nuclear Movement
Author : Dario Fazzi
Total pages: 202 pages
This book explores Eleanor Roosevelt’s involvement in the global campaign for nuclear disarmament. Based on an extensive multi-archival research, it assesses her overall contribution to the global anti-nuclear campaign of the early cold war and shows how she constantly tried to raise awareness of the real hazards of nuclear testing. She strove to educate the general public about the implications of the nuclear arms race and, in doing so, she became for many a trustworthy anti-nuclear leader and a reliable voice of conscience.
Prophetic Writings of Lady Eleanor Davies
Title : Prophetic Writings of Lady Eleanor Davies
Author : Lady Eleanor Davies
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Total pages: 400 pages
Eleanor Davies (1590-1652) was one of the most prolific women writing in early seventeenth-century England. This volume includes thirty-eight of the sixty-some prophetic tracts that she published. Inspired to prophecy by a visionary experience in 1625, the year of Charles I's accession to the throne, she devoted herself to warning her contemporaries that the Day of Judgement was imminent. Her zeal and her intricately constructed tracts confounded contemporaries who called her mad. She experienced repeated imprisonment and also confinement to Bedlam, London's mental hospital. The tracts tell her own story as woman and prophet. They offer an opportunity to study her experiences as wife, mother, and widow; they also exhibit her extraordinary intellect, extensive education, and fascination with words. In showing how England's history was fulfilling the biblical prophecies in the book of Daniel and the book of Revelation, she commented about the political and religious controversies of the turbulent period preceding and during the English Civil War and Revolution.
Eleanor of Castile
Title : Eleanor of Castile
Author : Sara Cockerill
Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited
Total pages: 448 pages
Eleanor of Castile, the remarkable woman behind England's greatest medieval king, Edward I, has been effectively airbrushed from history; yet she had one of the most fascinating lives of any of England's queens. Her childhood was spent in the centre of the Spanish reconquest and was dominated by her military hero of a father (St Ferdinand) and her prodigiously clever brother (King Alfonso X the Learned). Married at the age of twelve and a mother at thirteen, she gave birth to at least sixteen children, most of whom died young. She was a prisoner for a year amid a civil war in which her husband s life was in acute danger. Devoted to Edward, she accompanied him everywhere, including on Crusade to the Holy Land. All in all, she was to live for extended periods in five different countries. Eleanor was a highly dynamic, forceful personality who acted as part of Edward s innermost circle of advisers, and successfully accumulated a vast property empire for the English Crown. In cultural terms her influence in architecture and design and even gardening can be discerned to this day, while her idealised image still speaks to us from Edward s beautiful memorials to her, the Eleanor crosses. This book reveals her untold story.
Eleanor of Castile
Title : Eleanor of Castile
Author : John C. Parsons
Total pages: 384 pages
Eleanor of Castile looks at the wife of Edward I of England, a woman eulogized since the sixteenth century as a model of virtuous womanhood and queenly excellence who overcame the impediment of her foreign birth to win all English hearts. By exploring Eleanor's behavior and the ways in which it was interpreted by her subjects, John Carmi Parsons overturns this view and shows that Eleanor's contemporaries actually had quite a different opinion of their queen. For too long many historians have avoided the careers of medieval queens, dismissing them as creatures of romance and legend, as women who enjoyed rank and wealth merely as a consequence of birth or marriage. A renewed interest in such women has, however, been created by new approaches to the understanding of women and power in the Middle Ages. Eleanor of Castile looks at the wife of Edward I of England, a woman eulogized since the sixteenth century as a model of virtuous womanhood and queenly excellence who overcame the impediment of her foreign birth to win all English hearts. By exploring Eleanor's behavior and the ways in which it was interpreted by her subjects, John Carmi Parsons overturns this view and shows that Eleanor's contemporaries actually had quite a different opinion of their queen. Eleanor of Castile thus becomes a study in the construction of the imagery of one woman's power and her society's perception of that imagery. Parsons also considers the evolution of the queen's posthumous legend as her reputation was fashioned and refashioned in response to changing opinions on women and power.
Eleanor Roosevelt, Volume 3
Title : Eleanor Roosevelt, Volume 3
Author : Blanche Wiesen Cook
Total pages: 688 pages
One of the New York Times's 100 Notable Books of 2016 One of NPR's 10 Best Books of 2016 "Heartachingly relevant...the Eleanor Roosevelt who inhabits these meticulously crafted pages transcends both first-lady history and the marriage around which Roosevelt scholarship has traditionally pivoted." -- The Wall Street Journal The final volume in the definitive biography of America's greatest first lady. “Monumental and inspirational…Cook skillfully narrates the epic history of the war years… [a] grand biography.” -- The New York Times Book Review Historians, politicians, critics, and readers everywhere have praised Blanche Wiesen Cook’s biography of Eleanor Roosevelt as the essential portrait of a woman who towers over the twentieth century. The third and final volume takes us through World War II, FDR’s death, the founding of the UN, and Eleanor Roosevelt’s death in 1962. It follows the arc of war and the evolution of a marriage, as the first lady realized the cost of maintaining her principles even as the country and her husband were not prepared to adopt them. Eleanor Roosevelt continued to struggle for her core issues—economic security, New Deal reforms, racial equality, and rescue—when they were sidelined by FDR while he marshaled the country through war. The chasm between Eleanor and Franklin grew, and the strains on their relationship were as political as they were personal. She also had to negotiate the fractures in the close circle of influential women around her at Val-Kill, but through it she gained confidence in her own vision, even when forced to amend her agenda when her beliefs clashed with government policies on such issues as neutrality, refugees, and eventually the threat of communism. These years—the war years—made Eleanor Roosevelt the woman she became: leader, visionary, guiding light. FDR’s death in 1945 changed her world, but she was far from finished, returning to the spotlight as a crucial player in the founding of the United Nations. This is a sympathetic but unblinking portrait of a marriage and of a woman whose passion and commitment has inspired generations of Americans to seek a decent future for all people. Modest and self-deprecating, a moral force in a turbulent world, Eleanor Roosevelt was unique.
e-Study Guide for: Understanding Nutrition by Eleanor Noss Whitney, ISBN 9781133587521
Title : e-Study Guide for: Understanding Nutrition by Eleanor Noss Whitney, ISBN 9781133587521
Author : Cram101 Textbook Reviews
Publisher: Cram101 Textbook Reviews
Total pages: 106 pages
Never Highlight a Book Again! Just the FACTS101 study guides give the student the textbook outlines, highlights, practice quizzes and optional access to the full practice tests for their textbook.
Title : Eleanor Roosevelt
Author : Kem Knapp Sawyer
Publisher: DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)
Total pages: 128 pages
A biography of the former first lady who was the first United States ambassador to the United Nations.
Title : Eleanor Roosevelt
Author : Ann Weil
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Total pages: 192 pages
The childhood of the woman who became wife of a president and a great humanitarian.
Title : Eleanor Marx
Author : Yvonne Kapp
Total pages: 775 pages
Title : Eleanor Marx
Author : Rachel Holmes
Publisher: A&C Black
Total pages: 528 pages
Unrestrained by convention, lion-hearted and free, Eleanor Marx (1855-98) was an exceptional woman. Hers was the first English translation of Flaubert's Mme Bovary. She pioneered the theatre of Henrik Ibsen. She was the first woman to lead the British dock workers' and gas workers' trades unions. For years she worked tirelessly for her father, Karl Marx, as personal secretary and researcher. Later she edited many of his key political works, and laid the foundations for his biography. But foremost among her achievements was her pioneering feminism. For her, sexual equality was a necessary precondition for a just society. Drawing strength from her family and their wide circle, including Friedrich Engels and Wilhelm Liebknecht, Eleanor Marx set out into the world to make a difference ? her favourite motto: 'Go ahead!' With her closest friends - among them, Olive Schreiner, Havelock Ellis, George Bernard Shaw, Will Thorne and William Morris - she was at the epicentre of British socialism. She was also the only Marx to claim her Jewishness. But her life contained a deep sadness: she loved a faithless and dishonest man, the academic, actor and would-be playwright Edward Aveling. Yet despite the unhappiness he brought her, Eleanor Marx never wavered in her political life, ceaselessly campaigning and organising until her untimely end, which ? with its letters, legacies, secrets and hidden paternity ? reads in part like a novel by Wilkie Collins, and in part like the modern tragedy it was. Rachel Holmes has gone back to original sources to tell the story of the woman who did more than any other to transform British politics in the nineteenth century, who was unafraid to live her contradictions.
Eleanor Marx (1855–1898)
Title : Eleanor Marx (1855–1898)
Author : John Stokes
Total pages: 208 pages
Karl Marx's youngest daughter Eleanor (1855-98) is one of the most significant figures in the cultural politics of the late nineteenth century. As a feminist and radical socialist she never flinched from confrontation; as an aspiring actress, working journalist and literary translator she advanced contemporary understanding of Flaubert, Ibsen and Shakespeare. This collection of newly commissioned essays helps to establish the full extent of her outstanding achievements.
The Tragic Death of Eleanor Marx
Title : The Tragic Death of Eleanor Marx
Author : Tara Bergin
Publisher: Carcanet Press Ltd
Total pages: 88 pages
Following her 2013 debut This is Yarrow (winner of the Seamus Heaney Prize and the Shine / Strong Award), Tara Bergin returns with her second collection, The Tragic Death of Eleanor Marx. The poems draw on folksong, fairytale and theatrical monologue as Bergin explores the alluring and sometimes tragic consequences of translation. When she committed suicide in 1898, Eleanor Marx (daughter of Karl Marx, pioneering sociologist, and translator of Flaubert's Madame Bovary) imitated Flaubert's heroine, Emma. Both women, in their own ways, died passionate deaths, and Bergin's poems are concerned with intense love, intense grief. With a sing-song rhythm and dark humour, they play off the natural theatricality of great lovers, great writers and great readers who, like the fancy-dressed children in 'Mask', are both 'themselves and strangers'. 'That's all they wanted.'
A Rebel's Guide to Eleanor Marx
Title : A Rebel's Guide to Eleanor Marx
Author : N.A
Total pages: 57 pages
Eleanor Roosevelt, Volume 1
Title : Eleanor Roosevelt, Volume 1
Author : Blanche Wiesen Cook
Total pages: 608 pages
The central volume in the definitive biography of America's most important First Lady. "Engrossing" (Boston Globe). Eleanor Roosevelt: Volume Three, 1938-1962, will be published in November. Volume Two covers tumultuous era of the Great Depression, the New Deal, and the gathering storms of World War II, the years of the Roosevelts' greatest challenges and finest achievements. In her remarkably engaging narrative, Cook gives us the complete Eleanor Roosevelt— an adventurous, romantic woman, a devoted wife and mother, and a visionary policymaker and social activist who often took unpopular stands, counter to her husband's policies, especially on issues such as racial justice and women's rights. A biography of scholarship and daring, it is a book for all readers of American history. From the Trade Paperback edition.
21 MYSTERY & ROMANCE NOVELS: From Whose Bourne, The Triumph of Eugéne Valmont, Jennie Baxter, Lord Stranleigh Abroad, The Sword Maker, Lady Eleanor, The Herald’s of Fame, A Chicago Princess…
Title : 21 MYSTERY & ROMANCE NOVELS: From Whose Bourne, The Triumph of Eugéne Valmont, Jennie Baxter, Lord Stranleigh Abroad, The Sword Maker, Lady Eleanor, The Herald’s of Fame, A Chicago Princess…
Author : Robert Barr
Total pages: 810 pages
This carefully crafted ebook: “21 MYSTERY & ROMANCE NOVELS: From Whose Bourne, The Triumph of Eugéne Valmont, Jennie Baxter, Lord Stranleigh Abroad, The Sword Maker, Lady Eleanor, The Herald’s of Fame, A Chicago Princess...” is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents: The Triumph of Eugéne Valmont Jennie Baxter, Journalist Tekla: A Romance of Love and War In the Midst of Alarms From Whose Bourne One Day's Courtship The Herald’s of Fame The Strong Arm A Woman Intervenes A Prince of Good Fellows The O'Ruddy, A Romance (with Stephen Crane) A Rock in the Baltic The Measure of the Rule The Sword Maker Young Lord Stranleigh Lord Stranleigh Abroad Lady Eleanor: Lawbreaker Cardillac A Chicago Princess Over the Border: A Romance The Victors: A Romance of Yesterday, Morning and This Afternoon Literary Article - "Canadian literature" Robert Barr (1849–1912) was a Scottish-Canadian short story writer and novelist, born in Glasgow, Scotland. His famous detective character Eugéne Valmont, fashioned after Sherlock Holmes, is said to be the inspiration behind Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot. Excerpt: "When I say I am called Valmont, the name will convey no impression to the reader, one way or another. My occupation is that of private detective in London, but if you ask any policeman in Paris who Valmont was he will likely be able to tell you, unless he is a recent recruit. If you ask him where Valmont is now, he may not know, yet I have a good deal to do with the Parisian police." (The Triumph of Eugéne Valmont)
Title : Queen Eleanor
Author : Polly Schoyer Brooks
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Total pages: 183 pages
A biography of the twelfth-century queen, first of France, then of England, who was the very lively wife of Henry II and mother of several notable sons, including Richard the Lionhearted.