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Daisy Or The Fairy Spectacles

Author : Caroline Snowden (Whitmarsh) Guild
ISBN : NYPL:33433082520820
Genre : American fiction
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Category: American fiction


Author : Susan Warner
ISBN : PRNC:32101064753849
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Daisy Morning Noon And Night

Author : Daisy Martinez
ISBN : 1439199329
Genre : Cooking
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Brilliant color, bold flavors, and an innovative mix of the traditional and modern are the hallmarks of Daisy Martinez’s cooking on her Food Network show, Viva Daisy! In this lavish collection of 150 recipes, the can’t-fail dishes Daisy learned to cook alongside her mother and grandmother in Puerto Rico mingle with the recipes she has picked up during her travels around the Spanish-speaking world, to create a classic cookbook that encompasses the very best of Latin cuisine. Daisy believes that the act of cooking and sharing food with your family is more than just a culinary experience, it’s an opportunity to create memories with your loved ones. ? Conveniently divided into Morning, Noon, and Night sections, Daisy: Morning, Noon and Night begins with sweet and savory breakfast treats, such as Peruvian tamales stuffed with raisins. A light noontime meal features Berengena con Coco (braised eggplant with coconut milk) from the Dominican Republic. And then there are the nighttime meals—everything from Arepitas de Yuca (yucca fritters) with pineapple-vinegar-chile dipping sauce to Tamarind Rum Glazed Chicken Wings. With her trademark warmth and candor, Daisy demystifies the staple ingredients of the Latin kitchen—which many people walk right by during their trips to the supermarket—and provides easy tips to help “Daisify” everyday dishes and turn each meal into an unforgettable memory.
Category: Cooking

New Essays On Daisy Miller And The Turn Of The Screw

Author : Vivian R. Pollak
ISBN : 0521426812
Genre : Literary Collections
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The introduction to this 1993 volume places James's fiction in the context of the family that conditioned his concern with the sexual politics of intimate experience. The essays that follow demonstrate the continuing appeal of his fiction through an analysis of two of his most widely read tales.
Category: Literary Collections

Soddy Daisy

Author : Sonya A. Haskins
ISBN : 0738542369
Genre : History
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Cherokee Indians lived in the Soddy-Daisy area long before European settlers came to the beautiful valley in the late 18th century. When these pioneers found the area abundant with rich soil, clay, and coal, they established some of the first coal mines in Hamilton County. Soddy-Daisy is a city of approximately 12,000; it was once two separate towns that incorporated in 1969. Readers will enjoy viewing vintage photographs and learning about early families, prominent homes, community events, businesses, and landmarks. Most of the more than 200 images in this volume have never before been published.
Category: History

Daisy Air Rifles And Bb Guns

Author : Neal Punchard
ISBN : 9780760313336
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Flash back to the days of your youth and recall fond memories of your Daisy. Daisy Air Rifles and BB Guns looks back fondly on the first 100 years of Daisy BB rifles and pistols, toy and cork guns, accessories, packaging, period advertising and literature. Wacky ads and catalogs conjure grins of pure nostalgia as chapters reveal how Daisy used a combination of savvy business sense and quality products to dominate the market.
Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Grammardog Guide To Daisy Miller

Author : Mary Jane McKinney
ISBN : 9781608570003
Genre : Education
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Grammardog Teacher's Guide contains 16 quizzes for this psychological novella. All sentences are from the novella. Figurative language echoes the theme of American versus European standards of social behavior ("that mysterious land of dollars" versus "fine spun gallantry"). The friction between cultures and social classes is developed through religious allusions and references to illness and disease (Calvinism, Christian martyrs, malaria, dyspepsia, headache).
Category: Education

Daisy Princess Of Pless 1873 1943

Author : W. John Koch
ISBN : 0973157909
Genre : History
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Married to one of Imperial Germany's wealthiest princes, Daisy of Pless nee Cornwallis-West occupied a prominent place in Edwardian Society. The biography of Princess Daisy of Pless becomes a journey of discovery through the life of a woman who was beautiful, intelligent, idealistic, and creative in pursuing her humanitarian and political goals. Daisy of Pless was the friend of King Edward VII and Emperor Wilhelm II. She fought against many adversities for the betterment of life of the poor and the working class and for peace in Europe. In the end, although as a woman and as a member of her class she was ahead of her time, her accomplishments went unrecognized and she was quickly forgotten except by the poor and the working people of Lower Silesia she had helped so effectively. Celebrated as one of the great beauties of Edwardian England and as the glamorous hostess of the international set at Castle Furstenstein in Imperial Germany, Daisy of Pless led a life of remarkable triumphs that ended suddenly with the onset of the Great War.Between 1914 and 1918, condemned to life in enemy country, she served as auxiliary nurse on German and Austrian hospital trains in France and in Serbia. Her last triumph was the publication of her diaries after 1927. Her life ended in a great tragedy of chronic illness, social isolation, and poverty. With this startling biography, the accomplishments of Daisy of Pless may rise from obscurity to a recognized place in history and inspire readers everywhere.
Category: History

Daisy Bates

Author : Bob Reece
ISBN : 0642276544
Genre : Aboriginal Australians
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"This book is about the life and work of Daisy Bates, drawn from her letters and published writings. The book covers: 1 The Making of Daisy May O'Dwyer, 1859-1904 2 'The Virus of Research', 1904-1912 3 'The Great White Queen of the Never-Never Lands', 1912-1933 4 'My Natives and I', 1933-1941 5 'A Bit Mental'? The Last Years, 1941-1951 Daisy Bates' Letters and Other Records Daisy Bates' Published Writings Works about Daisy Bates"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Aboriginal Australians

Daisy Miller

Author : Henry James
ISBN : 9781101200179
Genre : Fiction
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Originally published in The Cornhill Magazine in 1878 and in book form in 1879, Daisy Miller brought Henry James his first widespread commercial and critical success. The young Daisy Miller, an American on holiday with her mother on the shores of Switzerland’s Lac Leman, is one of James’s most vivid and tragic characters. Daisy’s friendship with an American gentleman, Mr. Winterbourne, and her subsequent infatuation with a passionate but impoverished Italian bring to life the great Jamesian themes of Americans abroad, innocence versus experience, and the grip of fate. As Elizabeth Hardwick writes in her Introduction, Daisy Miller “lives on, a figure out of literature who has entered history as a name, a vision.”
Category: Fiction