HOW TO BE A HEROINE

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How To Be A Heroine

Author : Samantha Ellis
ISBN : 9781101872109
Genre : Literary Criticism
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While debating literature’s greatest heroines with her best friend, thirtysomething playwright Samantha Ellis has a revelation—her whole life, she's been trying to be Cathy Earnshaw of Wuthering Heights when she should have been trying to be Jane Eyre. With this discovery, she embarks on a retrospective look at the literary ladies—the characters and the writers—whom she has loved since childhood. From early obsessions with the March sisters to her later idolization of Sylvia Plath, Ellis evaluates how her heroines stack up today. And, just as she excavates the stories of her favorite characters, Ellis also shares a frank, often humorous account of her own life growing up in a tight-knit Iraqi Jewish community in London. Here a life-long reader explores how heroines shape all our lives. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Literary Criticism

A Heroine Of The World

Author : Tanith Lee
ISBN : 9780575120716
Genre : Fiction
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The fortune teller had spoken the words, shown her the cards that predicted she would become the focal point of great events. But now, a captive of those who had invaded her land, Ara could only wait, hoping to discover the true path of her destiny. But in a world ruled by the war, what chance did Ara have to attain her heart's desire? Carried far from her home, alone among strangers, only the will of the goddess, the Lady Volmardra, could protect and guide her. Yet the path the Lady had set her upon would lead Ara to the very heart of conflict. And through she might gain great wealth or lose it, become both pawn and player in the power games of princes and warlords, there was only one for whom she would risk everything, a soldier who some named traitor and others liberator, the man for whom she would strive to become-A HEROINE OF THE WORLD.
Category: Fiction

A Heroine Of France

Author : Evelyn Everett-Green
ISBN : 9783842498143
Genre : Fiction
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Category: Fiction

The Heroine

Author : Eaton Stannard Barrett
ISBN : UOM:39015059389588
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Not A Heroine

Author : Jane Octavia Brookfield
ISBN : OXFORD:600065012
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Becoming A Heroine

Author : Rachel M. Brownstein
ISBN : UOM:39015035332173
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This splendidly provocative book shows how good novels, intelligent heroines, and careful readers are skeptical of the romantic ideal of a perfected, integral self.
Category: Literary Criticism

Return Of The Heroine

Author : Kaye Michelle
ISBN : 9781452562803
Genre : Fiction
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When you dare to commit to your deepest desires, your heart grows to accommodate the task at hand, no matter how daunting. The Archangel Michael For Joan of Arc, her challenge was surviving in a mans world of the fifteenth century. For Jane Archer, a twenty-first-century West Point cadet, not much has changed in nearly six centuries. When Joan pierces the fragile veil of time to share the wisdom she received from the Archangel Michael with Jane, both women embark on a mission that will change the course of history. With only eleven days left to live, Joan must take yet another leap of faith, surrender to the guidance of Archangel Michael, and set the record straight to ensure those in the future know the truth. She challenges Jane to find the courage she needs to expose a cultural crime that has been disempowering women for centuries. In the process, both must learn to trust their own inner guidance. As one of the greatest heroines of all time, Joan of Arc seeks to awaken the heroine in every woman.
Category: Fiction