Puzzles , old and new . 1893 .. Tricks with cards . 1889 . SACHS , E. Sleight of
hand .. Charades . BELLAMY , W. Century of charades . 1895 ... Second century
of charades . 1896 . BRIGGS , L. B. R. Original charades . 1891 . GRAY , N. D. '96
Author: Osterhout Free Library (Wilkes-Barre, Pa.)Publish On: 1895
... W : Shadows of the Stage . 2v . 1892-93 · 792 H 792 I • 792 K 792 W INDOOR
AMUSEMENTS . 793 B3 793 B 793 D BELLAMY , W : Century of Charades . 1895 . BRIGGS , L. B. R. Original Charades . . 1891 . DODGSON , C : L. ( L :
Carroll . ) ...
Author: Osterhout Free Library, Wilkes-Barre, PaPublish On: 1895
BELLAMY, W: Century of Charades. 1895 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 793 B3 BRIGGS, L. B. R. Original Charades. 1891 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 793 B DoDGSON, C. L. (L: Carroll.)
Doublets; a Word-Puzzle. 1880 . . . 793 D FALKNER, E: Games Ancient and
794 Iů Puzzles , old and new . 1893 . ... Original charades . 1824 . . . . . . 793 25
Games played by London vs ... Chess - player ' s companion . ' 61 . , 794 zo
Korean games . 1895 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 790 B - 1 Chess player ' s hand book .
794 13 M- , et al . Original charades . 1824 ...... 793 25 Games played by London
vs. Edinburgh Original double acrostics ....... 793 9 chess clubs , 1824-8 .........
Philadelphia . Historic life of . 1895 ........... 791 II LONG . Key to chess openings .
794 13 M — , et al . Original charades . 1824 ...... 793 25 Games played by
London vs. Edinburgh Original double acrostics .......... 793 9 chess clubs , 1824-8
........ Philadelphia . Historic life of . 1895 ........... 791 II LONG . Key to chess
Author: Buffalo Library, Buffalo, (N. Y.)Publish On: 1896
794 18 Puzzles , old and new . ... TABLEAUX , ETC . * International Centennial
chess congress , ' 76 . 794 33 BELLAMY . A century of charades . 1895 . ... 791 2
LEWIS . Elements of chess . 1822 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 794 13 M - , et al . Original ...
H. , H. E. Parlor games for the wise and otherwise . 1887 . Hall . What shall we do
? 1895 . Heller's handbook of magic . ... Century of charades . 1895 . Bowman
and others . Acting charades and proverbs . 1891 . Briggs . Original charades .
Author: Lancaster (Mass.). Town LibraryPublish On: 1918
Robinson , A. G. Old New England houses . .q728 R65 Schauffler , R. H. Fiddler's
luck ... 780.4 S31 Solon , L. M. The art of the old ... Briggs , L. B. R. Original charades . 1895 Chamberlin , W. E. Sixty - five charades . 1913 Conyers , D.
780.4 $ 31 Solon , L. M. The art of the old English potter , 1906 738 S68 Walpole
town planning committee . Town planning for small ... Briggs , L. B. R. Original charades . 1895 Chamberlin , W. E. Sixty - five charades . 1913 Conyers , D.
Author: Marianne Van RemoortelPublish On: 2016-05-06
As early as 1799, in a commendatory sonnet heading Seward's Original Sonnets,
Thomas Park praised her 'strains . ... containing, among other brief forms,
impromptus, enigmas, acrostics, charades, rebuses, short elegies and sonnets.
Author: Marianne Van Remoortel
Category: Literary Criticism
In a series of representative case studies, Marianne Van Remoortel traces the development of the sonnet during intense moments of change and stability, continuity and conflict, from the early Romantic period to the end of the nineteenth century. Paying particular attention to the role of the popular press, which served as a venue of innovation and as a site of recruitment for aspiring authors, Van Remoortel redefines the scope of the genre, including the ways in which its development is intricately related to issues of gender. Among her subjects are the Della Cruscans and their primary critic William Gifford, the young Samuel Taylor Coleridge and his circle, Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnets from the Portuguese, George Meredith's Modern Love, Dante Gabriel Rossetti's House of Life and Augusta Webster's Mother and Daughter. As women became a force to be reckoned with among the reading public and the writing community, the term 'sonnet' often operated as a satirical label that was not restricted to poetry adhering to the strict formalities of the genre. Van Remoortel's study, in its attentiveness to the sonnet's feminization during the late eighteenth century, offers important insights into the ways in which changing attitudes about gender and genre shaped critics' interpretations of the reception histories of nineteenth-century sonnet sequences.
BRIGGS , L. B. R. Original charades . veloped and the source from which WagN.
... Triyear 1893 at the Metropolitan MuTannbunes ; The Flying Dutchman ; seum
of New York . hauser ; Lohengrin ; Tristan and Ysold ; N. Y. , Macmillan , 1895.
25 As some elite women became bolder about traveling alone, the old strictures
about women's invisibility from the public gaze ... elite youth partly replaced balls
with Starvation Parties (with no refreshments) that featured plays and charades.
Author: Jane Turner Censer
Publisher: LSU Press
This impressively researched book tells the important but little-known story of elite southern white women's successful quest for a measure of self-reliance and independence between antebellum strictures and the restored patriarchy of Jim Crow. Profusely illustrated with the experiences of fascinating women in Virginia and North Carolina, it presents a compelling new chapter in the history of American women and of the South. As were many ideas, notions of the ideal woman were in flux after the Civil War. While poverty added a harder edge to the search for a good marriage among some "southern belles," other privileged white women forged identities that challenged the belle model altogether. Their private and public writings from the 1870s and 1880s suggest a widespread ethic of autonomy. Sometimes that meant increased domestic skills born of the new reality of fewer servants. But women also owned and transmitted property, worked for pay, and even pursued long-term careers. Many found a voice in a plethora of new voluntary organizations, and some southern women attained national celebrity in the literary world, creating strong and capable heroines and mirroring an evolving view toward northern society. Yet even as elite southern women experimented with their roles, external forces and contradictions within their position were making their unprecedented attitudes and achievements socially untenable. During the 1890s, however, virulent racism and pressures to re-create a mythic South left these women caught between the revived image of the southern belle and the emerging emancipated woman. Just as the memoirs of southern white women have been key to understanding life during the Civil War, the writings of such women unlock the years of dramatic change that followed. Informed by myriad primary documents, Jane Turner Censer immerses us in the world of postwar southern women as they rethought and rebuilt themselves, their families, and their region during a brief but important period of relative freedom.