That Churchill Woman

That Churchill Woman
Author: Stephanie Barron
Publsiher: National Geographic Books
Total Pages: 0
Release: 2020-01-14
ISBN: 1524799580
Category: Fiction
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

That Churchill Woman Book Excerpt:

The Paris Wife meets PBS’s Victoria in this enthralling novel of the life and loves of one of history’s most remarkable women: Winston Churchill’s scandalous American mother, Jennie Jerome. Wealthy, privileged, and fiercely independent New Yorker Jennie Jerome took Victorian England by storm when she landed on its shores. As Lady Randolph Churchill, she gave birth to a man who defined the twentieth century: her son Winston. But Jennie—reared in the luxury of Gilded Age Newport and the Paris of the Second Empire—lived an outrageously modern life all her own, filled with controversy, passion, tragedy, and triumph. When the nineteen-year-old beauty agrees to marry the son of a duke she has known only three days, she’s instantly swept up in a whirlwind of British politics and the breathless social climbing of the Marlborough House Set, the reckless men who surround Bertie, Prince of Wales. Raised to think for herself and careless of English society rules, the new Lady Randolph Churchill quickly becomes a London sensation: adored by some, despised by others. Artistically gifted and politically shrewd, she shapes her husband’s rise in Parliament and her young son’s difficult passage through boyhood. But as the family’s influence soars, scandals explode and tragedy befalls the Churchills. Jennie is inescapably drawn to the brilliant and seductive Count Charles Kinsky—diplomat, skilled horse-racer, deeply passionate lover. Their affair only intensifies as Randolph Churchill’s sanity frays, and Jennie—a woman whose every move on the public stage is judged—must walk a tightrope between duty and desire. Forced to decide where her heart truly belongs, Jennie risks everything—even her son—and disrupts lives, including her own, on both sides of the Atlantic. Breathing new life into Jennie’s legacy and the glittering world over which she reigned, That Churchill Woman paints a portrait of the difficult—and sometimes impossible—balance among love, freedom, and obligation, while capturing the spirit of an unforgettable woman, one who altered the course of history. Praise for That Churchill Woman “The perfect confection of a novel . . . We’re introduced to Jennie in all of her passion and keen intelligence and beauty. While she is surrounded by a cast of late-Victorian celebrities, including Bertie, Prince of Wales, it’s always Jennie who shines and takes the center stage she was born to.”—Melanie Benjamin, New York Times bestselling author of The Aviator’s Wife and The Swans of Fifth Avenue

That Churchill Woman

That Churchill Woman
Author: Stephanie Barron
Publsiher: Ballantine Books
Total Pages: 416
Release: 2019-01-29
ISBN: 1524799572
Category: Fiction
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

That Churchill Woman Book Excerpt:

The Paris Wife meets PBS’s Victoria in this enthralling novel of the life and loves of one of history’s most remarkable women: Winston Churchill’s scandalous American mother, Jennie Jerome. Wealthy, privileged, and fiercely independent New Yorker Jennie Jerome took Victorian England by storm when she landed on its shores. As Lady Randolph Churchill, she gave birth to a man who defined the twentieth century: her son Winston. But Jennie—reared in the luxury of Gilded Age Newport and the Paris of the Second Empire—lived an outrageously modern life all her own, filled with controversy, passion, tragedy, and triumph. When the nineteen-year-old beauty agrees to marry the son of a duke she has known only three days, she’s instantly swept up in a whirlwind of British politics and the breathless social climbing of the Marlborough House Set, the reckless men who surround Bertie, Prince of Wales. Raised to think for herself and careless of English society rules, the new Lady Randolph Churchill quickly becomes a London sensation: adored by some, despised by others. Artistically gifted and politically shrewd, she shapes her husband’s rise in Parliament and her young son’s difficult passage through boyhood. But as the family’s influence soars, scandals explode and tragedy befalls the Churchills. Jennie is inescapably drawn to the brilliant and seductive Count Charles Kinsky—diplomat, skilled horse-racer, deeply passionate lover. Their affair only intensifies as Randolph Churchill’s sanity frays, and Jennie—a woman whose every move on the public stage is judged—must walk a tightrope between duty and desire. Forced to decide where her heart truly belongs, Jennie risks everything—even her son—and disrupts lives, including her own, on both sides of the Atlantic. Breathing new life into Jennie’s legacy and the glittering world over which she reigned, That Churchill Woman paints a portrait of the difficult—and sometimes impossible—balance among love, freedom, and obligation, while capturing the spirit of an unforgettable woman, one who altered the course of history. Praise for That Churchill Woman “The perfect confection of a novel . . . We’re introduced to Jennie in all of her passion and keen intelligence and beauty. While she is surrounded by a cast of late-Victorian celebrities, including Bertie, Prince of Wales, it’s always Jennie who shines and takes the center stage she was born to.”—Melanie Benjamin, New York Times bestselling author of The Aviator’s Wife and The Swans of Fifth Avenue

Jennie

Jennie
Author: Ralph G. Martin
Publsiher: Sourcebooks Incorporated
Total Pages: 757
Release: 2007-10-01
ISBN: 9781402209727
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Jennie Book Excerpt:

The American beauty who became the toast--and the scandal--of two continents, ruled an age and raiseda son--Winston Churchill--who shaped history.

American Jennie The Remarkable Life of Lady Randolph Churchill

American Jennie  The Remarkable Life of Lady Randolph Churchill
Author: Anne Sebba
Publsiher: W. W. Norton & Company
Total Pages: 444
Release: 2007-10-30
ISBN: 9780393057720
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

American Jennie The Remarkable Life of Lady Randolph Churchill Book Excerpt:

Traces the tempestuous life of Winston Churchill's American-born mother, discussing her entry into British aristocracy, her accomplishments, and the controversy surrounding her uninhibited lifestyle.

The Reminiscences of Lady Randolph Churchill

The Reminiscences of Lady Randolph Churchill
Author: Lady Randolph Spencer Churchill
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 446
Release: 1908
ISBN: 1928374650XXX
Category: Biography
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Reminiscences of Lady Randolph Churchill Book Excerpt:

She was Winston Churchill mother, but before that, she was one of the many dollar princesses who married into the European aristocracy. Regarded as one of the great beauties of her age, Lady Randolph Churchill brought an American sense of style to Britain.

Lady Clementine

Lady Clementine
Author: Marie Benedict
Publsiher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
Total Pages: 301
Release: 2020-01-07
ISBN: 1492666912
Category: Fiction
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Lady Clementine Book Excerpt:

From Marie Benedict, the New York Times bestselling author of The Only Woman in the Room! An incredible novel that focuses on one of the people with the most influence during World War I and World War II: Clementine Churchill. In 1909, Clementine steps off a train with her new husband, Winston. An angry woman emerges from the crowd to attack, shoving him in the direction of an oncoming train. Just before he stumbles, Clementine grabs him by his suit jacket. This will not be the last time Clementine Churchill will save her husband. Lady Clementine is the ferocious story of the ambitious woman beside Winston Churchill, the story of a partner who did not flinch through the sweeping darkness of war, and who would not surrender to expectations or to enemies. The perfect book for fans of: World War I historical fiction Novels about Women Heroes of WWI Novels about women hidden by history Biographical novels about the Churchills Recommended by People, USA Today, Glamour, POPSUGAR, Library Journal, and more! Other Bestselling Historical Fiction from Marie Benedict: The Mystery of Mrs. Christie The Only Woman in the Room Carnegie's Maid The Other Einstein

Women and Work

Women and Work
Author: Christine Leiren Mower,Susanne Weil
Publsiher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Total Pages: 390
Release: 2010-08-11
ISBN: 1443824631
Category: Literary Criticism
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Women and Work Book Excerpt:

While issues surrounding women and work may be more subtle today than in the past, problems of workplace equity, child-rearing, and domestic labor pose problems of balance that continue to evade solution as women today face substantial shifts in the meanings and practices of marriage, work, and reproduction amid a globalized economy. The essays in Women and Work: The Labors of Self-Fashioning explore how nineteenth- and twentieth-century US and British writers represent the work of being women—where “work” is defined broadly to encompass not only paid labor inside and outside the home, but also the work of performing femininity and domesticity. How did nineteenth- and twentieth-century US and British writers revise then-contemporary social assumptions about who should be performing work, and for what purpose? How fully did these writers perceive the class implications of their arguments for taking jobs outside the home? How does work, both inside and outside the home, contribute to female identity and, conversely, how does it promote what legal theorist Kenji Yoshino terms the demands of “covering”—women’s strategic use of stereotypes of femininity and masculinity to succeed in the marketplace? In articles appropriate for both upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in literature and literary history, women’s studies, feminist and gender studies, contributors engage these questions, covering both canonical and popular “middlebrow” nineteenth- and twentieth-century writers such as Gilman, Cather, Alcott, Schreiner, Wharton, Le Sueur, Gissing, Wood, Lewis and Mitchell. Women and Work will also interest scholars concerned with this developing discourse.

Women and Value in Jane Austen s Novels

Women and    Value    in Jane Austen   s Novels
Author: Lynda A. Hall
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 225
Release: 2017-02-22
ISBN: 3319507362
Category: Literary Criticism
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Women and Value in Jane Austen s Novels Book Excerpt:

Jane Austen’s minor female characters expose the economic and social realties of British women in the long eighteenth century and reflect the conflict between intrinsic and expressed value within the evolving marketplace, where fluctuations and fictions inherent in the economic and moral value structures are exposed. Just as the newly-minted paper money was struggling to express its value, so do Austen’s minor female characters struggle to assert their intrinsic value within a marketplace that expresses their worth as bearers of dowries. Austen’s minor female characters expose the plight of women who settle for transactional marriages, become speculators and predators, or become superfluous women who have left the marriage market and battle for personal significance and existence. These characters illustrate the ambiguity of value within the marriage market economy, exposing women’s limited choices. This book employs a socio-historical framework, considering the rise of a competitive consumer economy juxtaposed with affective individualism.

Duchess

Duchess
Author: Susan Holloway Scott
Publsiher: Penguin
Total Pages: 384
Release: 2006-08-01
ISBN: 1101097841
Category: Fiction
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Duchess Book Excerpt:

In the perilous world of kings and queens, one woman matches ambition with loyalty and ruthless intrigue with all-consuming passion in this gripping historical fiction novel. London, 1673. With her family ruined by war, penniless thirteen-year-old Sarah Jennings is overjoyed to be chosen as a maid of honor at the bawdy Restoration court of Charles II. She soon wins the trust of Lady Anne of York, a lonely princess who becomes one of her staunchest allies. And though Sarah’s beauty stirs the desires of jaded aristocrats, she wants a grander future for herself than that of a pampered mistress. Only one man possesses ambition and passions that match her own: John Churchill, a dashing young military hero. He would ask for her hand—and win her heart for a lifetime... But Whitehall Palace is ripe with ever-shifting alliances and sexual scandal, and Sarah will need all her cleverness to succeed. Titles, power, and wealth are the prizes, while an idle whisper in the wrong ear can bring a cry of treason, and the executioner’s ax. Will Sarah’s loyalties—and her dreams—falter when a king is toppled from his throne and a new queen crowned? And will she dare risk everything when her one true love is tested by a passionate, dangerous obsession? Brimming with the intrigue and sensuality of one of history’s most decadent courts, Duchess brings to vivid life the story of an unforgettable woman who determines her own destiny—outspoken, outrageous, but most of all true to herself.

Churchill s Secret Messenger

Churchill s Secret Messenger
Author: Alan Hlad
Publsiher: A John Scognamiglio Book
Total Pages: 418
Release: 2021-04-27
ISBN: 1496728416
Category: Fiction
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Churchill s Secret Messenger Book Excerpt:

A riveting story of World War II and the courage of one young woman as she is drafted into Churchill’s overseas spy network, aiding the French Resistance behind enemy lines and working to liberate Nazi-occupied Paris… London, 1941: In a cramped bunker in Winston Churchill’s Cabinet War Rooms, underneath Westminster’s Treasury building, civilian women huddle at desks, typing up confidential documents and reports. Since her parents were killed in a bombing raid, Rose Teasdale has spent more hours than usual in Room 60, working double shifts, growing accustomed to the burnt scent of the Prime Minister’s cigars permeating the stale air. Winning the war is the only thing that matters, and she will gladly do her part. And when Rose’s fluency in French comes to the attention of Churchill himself, it brings a rare yet dangerous opportunity. Rose is recruited for the Special Operations Executive, a secret British organization that conducts espionage in Nazi-occupied Europe. After weeks of grueling training, Rose parachutes into France with a new codename: Dragonfly. Posing as a cosmetics saleswoman in Paris, she ferries messages to and from the Resistance, knowing that the slightest misstep means capture or death. Soon Rose is assigned to a new mission with Lazare Aron, a French Resistance fighter who has watched his beloved Paris become a shell of itself, with desolate streets and buildings draped in Swastikas. Since his parents were sent to a German work camp, Lazare has dedicated himself to the cause with the same fervor as Rose. Yet Rose’s very loyalty brings risks as she undertakes a high-stakes prison raid, and discovers how much she may have to sacrifice to justify Churchill’s faith in her . . . "A rousing historical novel." - The Akron Beacon Journal, Best Books of the Year for Churchill's Secret Messenger

Telegraphies

Telegraphies
Author: Kay Yandell
Publsiher: Oxford University Press, USA
Total Pages: 225
Release: 2019
ISBN: 0190901047
Category: Literary Criticism
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Telegraphies Book Excerpt:

"Telegraphies explores the work of such diverse writers as Sarah Winnemucca, Walt Whitman, Frederick Douglass, and Emily Dickinson, to reveal a body of literature in which Americans of all ranks imagine how nineteenth-century telecommunications technologies forever alter the way Americans speak, write, form community, and conceive of the divine" --

Lady Churchill s Rosebud Wristlet No 29

Lady Churchill s Rosebud Wristlet No  29
Author: Kelly Link,Gavin J. Grant
Publsiher: Small Beer Press
Total Pages: 60
Release: 2013-10-18
ISBN: 1618730819
Category: FICTION
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Lady Churchill s Rosebud Wristlet No 29 Book Excerpt:

LCRW 29 is the surprisingly springy new issue of the the zine most commonly read by people who read.

Romanticism and Women Poets

Romanticism and Women Poets
Author: Harriet Kramer Linkin,Stephen C. Behrendt
Publsiher: University Press of Kentucky
Total Pages: 304
Release: 2021-10-21
ISBN: 0813184924
Category: Poetry
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Romanticism and Women Poets Book Excerpt:

One of the most exciting developments in Romantic studies in the past decade has been the rediscovery and repositioning of women poets as vital and influential members of the Romantic literary community. This is the first volume to focus on women poets of this era and to consider how their historical reception challenges current conceptions of Romanticism. With a broad, revisionist view, the essays examine the poetry these women produced, what the poets thought about themselves and their place in the contemporary literary scene, and what the recovery of their works says about current and past theoretical frameworks. The contributors focus their attention on such poets as Felicia Hemans, Letitia Elizabeth Landon, Charlotte Smith, Anna Barbauld, Mary Lamb, and Fanny Kemble and argue for a significant rethinking of Romanticism as an intellectual and cultural phenomenon. Grounding their consideration of the poets in cultural, social, intellectual, and aesthetic concerns, the authors contest the received wisdom about Romantic poetry, its authors, its themes, and its audiences. Some of the essays examine the ways in which many of the poets sought to establish stable positions and identities for themselves, while others address the changing nature over time of the reputations of these women poets.

Lady Churchill s Rosebud Wristlet No 42

Lady Churchill   s Rosebud Wristlet No  42
Author: Kelly Link,Gavin J. Grant
Publsiher: Small Beer Press
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2020-11-10
ISBN: 1618731793
Category: Fiction
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Lady Churchill s Rosebud Wristlet No 42 Book Excerpt:

LCRW 42. After all this time, here’s the answer? Or: a fabulous and topical new novella from Sarah Langan with a few more delights added. This is the latest issue of our twice-annual zine — 25% of subscribers (not too many in warmer climes) choose the chocolate version — in which we have fictions, poetries, a cooking column (extra useful in these times), and sometimes a few odd other things. Peace! Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet issue number 42, November 2020. ISSN 1544-7782. Ebook ISBN: 9781618731791. Text: Bodoni Book. Titles: Imprint MT Shadow. LCRW is (usually) published in June and November by Small Beer Press, 150 Pleasant St., #306, Easthampton, MA 01027 · [email protected] · smallbeerpress.com/lcrw. twitter.com/smallbeerpress · Subscriptions: $20/4 issues. Please make checks to Small Beer Press. Library & institutional subscriptions are available through EBSCO. LCRW is available as a DRM-free ebook through weightlessbooks.com, &c. Contents © 2020 the authors. All rights reserved. Thank you authors, artists, and readers. In reasons to celebrate Frances Rowat's "Ink, and Breath, and Spring" (LCRW 40) will be reprinted in Rich Horton’s The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy, 2020 Edition; Sarah Pinsker’s collection Sooner or Later Everything Falls into the Sea: Stories is a World Fantasy Award finalist and is back at the printer. Nathan Ballingrud's collection North American Lake Monsters is being re-released in a TV tie-in edition for the new Hulu series based on it, Monsterland. Please send submissions (we are always especially seeking weird and interesting work from women writers and writers of color), guideline requests, &c. to the address above. No Justice: No Peace. About these Authors Sarah Langan holds an MS in Environmental Toxicology from NYU and an MFA from Columbia University, and is a three-time recipient of the Bram Stoker Award. She’s the author of three previous novels, including The Keeper, a New York Times Editor’s Pick, and Good Neighbors, forthcoming from Atria in 2021. Vandana Singh was born and raised mostly in New Delhi, India and currently lives in the United States near Boston, where she professes physics and writes. Her short stories have appeared in numerous venues and several Best of Year anthologies including the Best American Science Fiction & Fantasy and she is a recipient of the Carl Brandon Parallax award. She is the author of the ALA Notable book Younguncle Comes to Town and the short story collections The Woman Who Thought She Was a Planet and Other Stories and Ambiguity Machines and Other Stories.

Women and Gift Exchange in Eighteenth Century Fiction

Women and Gift Exchange in Eighteenth Century Fiction
Author: Linda Zionkowski
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 252
Release: 2016-05-26
ISBN: 1317240480
Category: Literary Criticism
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Women and Gift Exchange in Eighteenth Century Fiction Book Excerpt:

This book analyzes why the most influential novelists of the long eighteenth century centered their narratives on the theory and practice of gift exchange. Throughout this period, fundamental shifts in economic theories regarding the sources of individual and national wealth along with transformations in the practices of personal and institutional charity profoundly altered cultural understandings of the gift's rationale, purpose, and function. Drawing on materials such as sermons, conduct books, works of political philosophy, and tracts on social reform, Zionkowski challenges the idea that capitalist discourse was the dominant influence on the development of prose fiction. Instead, by shifting attention to the gift system as it was imagined and enacted in the formative years of the novel, the volume offers an innovative understanding of how the economy of obligation shaped writers' portrayals of class and gender identity, property, and community. Through theoretically-informed readings of Richardson's Clarissa and Sir Charles Grandison, Burney's Cecilia and The Wanderer, and Austen's Mansfield Park and Emma, the book foregrounds the issues of donation, reciprocity, indebtedness, and gratitude as it investigates the conflicts between the market and moral economies and analyzes women's position at the center of these conflicts. As this study reveals, the exchanges that eighteenth-century fiction prescribed for women confirm the continuing power and importance of gift transactions in the midst of an increasingly commercial culture. The volume will be essential reading for scholars of the eighteenth-century novel, economic literary criticism, women and gender studies, and book history.

Cultural Production and the Politics of Women s Work in American Literature and Film

Cultural Production and the Politics of Women   s Work in American Literature and Film
Author: Polina Kroik
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 198
Release: 2019-01-21
ISBN: 0429830394
Category: Social Science
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Cultural Production and the Politics of Women s Work in American Literature and Film Book Excerpt:

Cultural Production and the Politics of Women’s Work in American Literature and Film emphasizes the interrelation among women’s workplace roles, modes of authorship, and processes of subject-formation, pointing to some of the reasons for the persistence of limiting gender roles and occupational hierarchies that arose during the first 60 years of the 20th century. The book interrogates three common narratives: The rise of Fordism as a "masculine" mode of production and the transition to an era of "feminized" work; women’s liberation through the sexual revolutions; and the rise of a new form of literary authorship. Conversely, it suggests that women’s labor was integral to the operations of the Fordist business sphere, where, unlike at the factory, the white-collar office proletarian work was casualized and feminized. This book argues that this workplace was an important site of subject formation, affirming dominant ideologies through economic practices. Analyzing work by Sinclair Lewis, Nella Larsen, Anita Loos, and Sylvia Plath, the book presents an alternative history of American modernism, one that is more attuned to gendered discourses of labor and class. By looking at the micropolitics of power within cultural institutions, this study moves beyond the dichotomies of exclusion/inclusion to interrogate the terms on which women and minorities worked as producers, and the ideas and experiences that consequently entered the field of intelligibility.

Churchill s People

Churchill s People
Author: Mary Jane Staples
Publsiher: Random House
Total Pages: 384
Release: 2011-10-31
ISBN: 1446488497
Category: Fiction
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Churchill s People Book Excerpt:

In 1941, the United Kingdom was in desperate straits, standing alone with its troops against the colossal war machine of Nazi Germany. There was always Prime Minister Winston Churchill, however, who growled his defiance to Hitler and induced in his people a determination to endure. The Adams family shared that determination and their own kind of optimism. Emma went happily into her marriage with Jonathan, while Boots's son Tim, in between his hazardous exploits as a Commando, helped his fiancee Felicity in her courageous fight against blindness, the result of a terrible injury in the bombing. Rosie Adams was due to marry Matthew Chapman from Dorset, but Chinese Lady was unsure about it. He seemed a fine enough man, but what with a lame leg that prevented him from doing his bit for his country, and the uncertainty of his garage business, she felt that he was hardly the ideal choice for such an eligible young woman as Rosie. As for Boots and his new wife Polly, they came up with some very unexpected news for the family...

Jennie Churchill

Jennie Churchill
Author: Anne Sebba
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 398
Release: 2007
ISBN: 1928374650XXX
Category: Americans
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Jennie Churchill Book Excerpt:

After a three-day romance Brooklyn-born Jennie Jerome married into the British aristocracy to become Lady Randolph Churchill. At a time when women were afforded few freedoms, she was a cornerstone of high society and a behind-the-scenes political dynamo. However it was Jennie's love life that marked her out, causing scandal in its day and earning her the epithet 'more panther than woman'. She was sexually fearless at a time when women were supposed to be sexually vapid. Yet, in other ways, Jennie was deeply loyal to her husband. When he was dying of syphilis she took him on a round-the-world trip to conceal his violence and mania. He returned in a straitjacket with only weeks to live. After Randolph's death her great project became her son, Winston, with whom she was entwined in an intense mutual dependency. Jennie died suddenly in 1921 after a dramatic fall downstairs, having tripped over her high heels. Although Winston was not to become the nation's leader for another two decades, he had already acquired from his mother an unshakeable faith in his destiny. With unprecedented access to private family correspondence, newly discovered archival material and interviews with Jennie's two surviving granddaughters, Anne Sebba draws a vivid and frank portrait of her subject. She repositions Jennie as a woman who refused to be cowed by her era's customary repression of women. Neither a bad mother nor a sexually predatory wife, Jennie Churchill was creative and passionate, determined to live life to the full.

Prison Of Womanhood

Prison Of Womanhood
Author: Elizabeth J Sabiston,Brigitte Van Tiggelen
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 169
Release: 1987-09-09
ISBN: 1349188042
Category: Literary Criticism
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Prison Of Womanhood Book Excerpt:

Godey s Lady s Book

Godey s Lady s Book
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 658
Release: 1858
ISBN: 1928374650XXX
Category: American literature
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Godey s Lady s Book Book Excerpt: