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Coloured by Jenny Uglow's own love for plants, and brought to life in the many vivid illustrations, it deals not only with flowery meads, grottoes and vistas, landscapes and ha-has, parks and allotments, but tells you, for example, how the ...
In this superbly illustrated biography, Jenny Uglow tells the story of the farmer's son from Tyneside who revolutionised wood-engraving and influenced book illustration for a century to come.
Traces the career of the English artist and satirist, and depicts life in eighteenth-century England
One of the most brilliant writers of her day, George Eliot (1819-1880) was also one of the most talked about.
In the village of Wreay, near Carlisle, stands the strangest and most magical church in Victorian England. This vivid, original book tells the story of its builder, Sarah Losh, strong-willed and passionate and unusual in every way.
William Hogarth is a house-hold name across the country, his prints hang in our pubs and leap out from our history-books.
Winner of the Portico Prize Shortlisted for the Whitbread Biography of the Year High-spirited, witty and passionate, Elizabeth Gaskell wrote some of the most enduring novels of the Victorian age, including Mary Barton, North and South and ...
A brief coda turns to a fourth kind of relationship, the writers and artists who collaborate from the start, beginning with Dickens and Phiz. Illustrated throughout with a wide variety of examples, this is a book to pore over and enjoy.
A Gambling Man is a portrait of Charles II, exploring his elusive nature through the lens of these ten vital years - and a portrait of a vibrant, violent, pulsing world, racked with plague, fire and war, in which the risks the king took ...
Blending science, art and commerce, the Lunar Men built canals, launched balloons, named plants, gases and minerals, changed the face of England and the china in its drawing rooms, and plotted to revolutionize its soul." --Book Jacket.
and Merton, 3 vols (1783–89) SchimmelPenninck Christiana C. Hankin (ed.), The Life of Mary Anne SchimmelPenninck, 3rd edn, (1860) Schofield Robert E. Schofield, The Lunar Society (Oxford, 1963) Schofield Priestley Robert E. Schofield, ...
At her signings, fans show up with printouts of these drawings for Jenny to autograph. And inevitably they ask her when will she publish a whole book of them. That moment has arrived. You Are Here is something only Jenny could create.
Callie Vernon has never shared much with Jenny Humphrey, her younger, rosy-cheeked roommate at elite Waverly Academy, but when Jenny steals Callie's long-term boyfriend, Easy Walsh, Callie feels little guilt about kissing him behind Jenny's ...
Jenny Arnesen. The Shadow on the Mountain Jenny Arnesen Copyright © 2010 by Jenny Arnesen. Library of Congress Control.
Jenny Arnesen. The Shadow and the Rose Jenny Arnesen Copyright © 2010 by Jenny Arnesen. Library of Congress Control.
Jenny imagines sailing across the ocean to visit her friend Maria.
Jenny Sundén, “What Happened to Difference in Cyberspace? The (Re)turn of the She-Cyborg,” Feminist Media Studies 2 (2001); also Jenny Sundén and Malin Sveningsson Elm, “Introduction,” in Malin Sveningsson Elm and Jenny Sundén, ...
I Like You Just the Way I Am is about not doing the right thing—about indulging your inner crazy-person. It is Jenny when she's not trying to impress anyone or come across as a responsible, level-headed member of society.
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In this book, the sisters Jenny and Pat give instructions for quilts that have an essence of Africa about them.
Expert dyer Jenny Dean shows you how to dye at home, using simple equipment.
Jenny breaks her arm and has to spend some time in the hospital.
For fans of David Sedaris, Tina Fey and Caitlin Moran comes the new book from Jenny Lawson, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Let's Pretend This Never Happened.
Have you ever been followed to school by your father's herd of turkeys, mistaken a marriage proposal for an attempted murder or got your arm stuck inside a cow? OK, maybe that's just Jenny Lawson . . .
A similar discursive reduction, this time relating to age, is found in the processes described by Jenny Davidson and Elena Martellozzo and by Jenny Kitzinger (see below), whereby in the one case adolescent victims of sex offences are ...
This is Jenny's chance to finally stand out, so accidentally, on purpose, she tells a lie. In the small world of Ill Hall, everyone has something to hide. Jenny pretends she has a boyfriend. Robbie and Luke both pretend they don't.
JENNY DEAN.1 As bright as blooming flowers in May, Was gentle Jenny Dean ; And well might her fond father say She was his bonny queen : The light of truth was in her face, She stepp'd with such a modest grace, Not one in all the human ...
To the contrary, Jenny Edkins responds in this book: Famine in the contemporary world is not the antithesis of modernity but its symptom.
There was noone close to them and so Victoria told Simon about the strange goings on at Jenny's the day before and the visits to the shop by Tom Shields and Bill Wilder. She found it strange to see Jenny using a safe. “But surely it is normal ...