THE STORY OF ALICE

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The Story Of Alice

Author : Robert Douglas-Fairhurst
ISBN : 9780674967793
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Drawing on numerous unpublished sources, the author examines the peculiar friendship between Oxford mathematician Lewis Carroll and Alice Liddell, the child for whom he invented the Alice stories, and analyzes how this relationship stirred Carroll's imagination and influenced the creation of Wonderland.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Story Of Alice

Author : Mavis Batey
ISBN : 0333738799
Genre : Oxfordshire (England)
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Baggrundsstof i relation til Carrolls berømte bøger om Alice
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The Other Alice

Author : Christina Bjork
ISBN : 0788168487
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Alice In Jamesland

Author : Susan E. Gunter
ISBN : 9780803222755
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Alice in Jamesland, the first biography of Alice Howe Gibbens James wife of the psychologist and philosopher William James, and sister-in-law of novelist Henry James was made possible by the rediscovery of hundreds of her letters and papers thought to be destroyed in the 1960s. Encompassing European travel, Civil War profiteering, suicide, a stormy courtship, séances, psychedelic mushrooms, the death of a child, and an enduring love story, Alice in Jamesland is a portrait of a nineteenth-century upper-middle-class marriage, told often through Alice s own letters and made all the more dynamic because of her role in the James family. Susan E. Gunter positions Alice as a lens through which to view the family, as a perceptive observer privy to knowledge of relationships to which those outside the James family were not. She also portrays Alice as the cohesive factor that held the Jameses together, bridging the gap between brothers William and Henry and acting as the stable center for a highly gifted but eccentric family. An idealistic, serious young woman, Alice was uniquely suited to join this clan, bringing psychological soundness and unshakeable personal conviction to her union with the Jameses. Her life s story provides a fascinating view of one of America s most important intellectual dynasties and offers new insights into the lives of nineteenth-century women.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Stories Of Alice Adams

Author : Alice Adams
ISBN : 9780307798145
Genre : Fiction
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“Alice Adams has an inimitable ‘voice’–quick, deft, brilliantly evocative and specific. There is always something special about a story of hers, like a watercolor perfectly executed.” --Joyce Carol Oates Award-winning writer Alice Adams, whose major themes were the varied lives of contemporary women and the hidden workings of human relationships is equally treasured for her short stories and her novels. The stories collected here represent the full range of her career, which included 25 appearances in The New Yorker, 6 O.Henry First Prizes out of a total of 23 appearances, as well as inclusion in numerous Best American Short Stories anthologies. In story after story insight joins with grace to show us the truth about the lives of people around us. Included: “Verlie I Say Unto You,” “Beautiful Girl,” “The Swastika on the Door,” “Greyhound People,” “The Girl Across the Room,” Truth or Consequences,” “Separate Planes,” “Your Doctor Loves You,” “Old Love Affairs,” “Earthquake Damage,” and 43 other classic stories.
Category: Fiction

The True Story Of Alice B Toklas

Author : Anna Linzie
ISBN : 9781587296710
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In this original and intriguing study, Anna Linzie examines three mid-twentieth-century texts never before treated as interrelated in a book-length work of literary criticism: Gertrude Stein's The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas (1933) and Alice B. Toklas's The Alice B. Toklas Cook Book (1954) and What Is Remembered (1963). Taking these three texts as intertexts or as an assemblage of the true story of Alice B. Toklas, Linzie challenges assumptions about primary authorship and singular identity that have continued to limit lesbian and feminist rereadings of autobiography as a genre and of Stein and Toklas as writers and historical figures.The True Story of Alice B. Toklas explores how the concept of autobiography as a primarily referential genre is challenged and transformed in relation to autobiographical texts written about the same person, the same life, but differently, by different writers, at different points in time. The concept of one true story is deconstructed in the process as Linzie modifies Homi K. Bhabha's “almost the same but not quite/not white” for the purposes of this particular study as “almost the same but not quite/not straight.” The investigation moves simultaneously on the planes of textuality and sexuality in order to provisionally articulate a “lesbian autobiographical subject” in Linzie's reading of these three texts.Linzie's study fills a gap in literary criticism where Stein's companion and her work have been more or less neglected, conceptualizing the Stein-Toklas sexual/textual relationship as fundamentally reciprocal. The True Story of Alice B. Toklas provides a new critical perspective on Toklas as indispensable to Stein's literary production, a cultural laborer in her own right, and a writer of her own books. Making a significant contribution to recent lesbian/feminist reconceptualizations of the genre of autobiography, this study will fascinate Stein and Toklas scholars as well as those interested in queer and autobiography studies.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Story Of Alice Ethel Ronan

Author : Trudi Cornish
ISBN : OCLC:899253153
Genre : Women, Aboriginal Australian
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Alice S Adventures In Wonderland

Author : Lewis Carroll
ISBN : 9781582187914
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A little girl falls down a rabbit hole and discovers a world of nonsensical and amusing characters.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Under A Bilari Tree I Born

Author : Alice Bilari Smith
ISBN : UOM:39015058129951
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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I am Alice Smith, but my real name Bilari, because under a bilari tree I born, on Rocklea Station...A few years ago we went to the museum in Perth, to see all the old papers, and when my daughter follow them history way back, from Rocklea Station, my name is there: Bilari, and I born 1923. Alice Smith, born 79 years ago in the Pilbara region of W.A. was raised in a traditional hunter-gatherer community, and married in the traditional Aboriginal way. She gave birth to and raised most of her nine children according to the tribal ways. When she moved to Roebourne, later in life, she fostered 15 children and was rewarded for her generous nature and devoted service to the children of the Pilbara with the presentation of a Certificate of Appreciation from Roebourne Community. Delightfully engaging, Alice's story is made all the more vivid by the way she has been able to paint an amazingly detailed picture of a way of life that has, sadly, almost disappeared.
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