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Freud's oedipal trajectory foresees thatthe daughter must transfer herloveforthe mother tothe father, whose place can be ... Thisnotion is oftenliteralized in plots of unacknowledged orphan daughters searchingforthe name oftheirfather.
Author: E. König
The Orphan in Eighteenth-Century Fiction explores how the figure of the orphan was shaped by changing social and historical circumstances. Analysing sixteen major novels from Defoe to Austen, this original study explains the undiminished popularity of literary orphans and reveals their key role in the construction of gendered subjectivity.
The Orphan's Daughter is a novel about a girl who grows up in the shadow of her troubled father, who spent his 1930s boyhood in a Jewish orphanage. Funny and suspenseful. Kirkus Reviews' Best Books of 2020.
Author: Jan Cherubin
The Orphan's Daughter is a novel about a woman who grows up in the shadow of her charismatic but troubled father, a man shaped by his boyhood in a Depression-era Jewish orphanage. The two life stories are woven together to form the fabric of this funny and suspenseful work of literary fiction. Clyde Aronson survives the cruelties of the seemingly bucolic orphanage but is left scarred. Brilliant and self-destructive, a popular high-school teacher and a callous womanizer, he yearns for a son to replace the relationship lost when his father abandoned him. Instead, he fathers two daughters. He resents most the one who most resembles him: the younger, Joanna. Joanna Aronson is thirty, alienated, and living in Southern California when she learns of her father's puzzling illness. She returns home to Baltimore to help care for him. In the process, the two reconcile; Joanna struggles to come to terms with her own difficult history. Clyde promises to leave Joanna his collected papers, including a secret manuscript written long ago about life in the orphanage. After Clyde's death, Joanna's stepmother inherits the house and all of his possessions. She refuses Joanna any access. Determined, Joanna breaks into the house and steals the manuscript. The stepmother presses charges. Though fictional, The Orphan's Daughter is based upon the time, from 1924 to 1934, the author's father spent in the Hebrew National Orphan Home in Yonkers, New York. This evocative novel incorporates a strong female voice, contemporary feminist themes, Jewish cultural history, and a nostalgic sense of place. By turns wrenching and delightfully humorous, The Orphan's Daughter is a deft melding of history and psychological drama, a literary page-turner you won't want to put down.
The Palmer estate will go to the once-illegitimate son, Herbert, when he comes of age, on the condition that he pay an annuity to Lady Elizabeth and pay the maintenance and education costs of the other orphan children, ...
Author: Cheryl L. Nixon
Category: Literary Criticism
Cheryl Nixon's book is the first to connect the eighteenth-century fictional orphan and factual orphan, emphasizing the legal concepts of estate, blood, and body. Examining novels by authors such as Eliza Haywood, Tobias Smollett, and Elizabeth Inchbald, and referencing never-before analyzed case records, Nixon reconstructs the narratives of real orphans in the British parliamentary, equity, and common law courts and compares them to the narratives of fictional orphans. The orphan's uncertain economic, familial, and bodily status creates opportunities to "plot" his or her future according to new ideologies of the social individual. Nixon demonstrates that the orphan encourages both fact and fiction to re-imagine structures of estate (property and inheritance), blood (familial origins and marriage), and body (gender and class mobility). Whereas studies of the orphan typically emphasize the poor urban foundling, Nixon focuses on the orphaned heir or heiress and his or her need to be situated in a domestic space. Arguing that the eighteenth century constructs the "valued" orphan, Nixon shows how the wealthy orphan became associated with new understandings of the individual. New archival research encompassing print and manuscript records from Parliament, Chancery, Exchequer, and King's Bench demonstrate the law's interest in the propertied orphan. The novel uses this figure to question the formulaic structures of narrative sub-genres such as the picaresque and romance and ultimately encourage the hybridization of such plots. As Nixon traces the orphan's contribution to the developing novel and developing ideology of the individual, she shows how the orphan creates factual and fictional understandings of class, family, and gender.
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Author: Amari Blaize
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
Presents the story of the orphan child who journeys long and confronts a predatory world where she will not belong; where she will experience loss, disappointment and betrayal while seeking an intimate and deep soul companionship. This is a presentation of a soul's navigation of uncharted waters - a journey into the unknown.
This Orphanage is a mess,andI can't stressit enough thatyou leave yourlife outside this Orphanage! Until youleave, youare only allowed outsidetodo jobs for myself and my mistresses andthat isit!Do you understand me?!
Author: Crystaldawn Earl
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Olivia Abigail Eastcote, at the age of 17 decides to set out on journey to search for the truth about her parents. During her time at the Orphanage for Girls, located in London, England, she learns from her high mistress, Mrs. Grace Van Loon, through a letter and receiving a locket that her parents were killed. Olivia refuses to believe this... She takes her best friend, and soon to be lover, Thomas De Wilde with her to find her parents. They journey to Paris, France and Olivia ends up staying with the Prince at his palace during a time where Olivia and Thomas are separated. When Olivia meets up with Thomas again, it is there that Olivia learns about her parents, and she finds out her worst nightmare coming true. This causes her to make a choice of whether to live or not. Prince James and Thomas begin to fight for Olivia, but in the end Olivia and Thomas return to London to start their lives together.
Orphan Girl. They went side by side down the street , and Frohndorf had time to observe his companion more closely . Although well stricken in years she was nimble as a bee . Sorrow had written its mark on her brow in many a deep ...
It's a locket which was left with me at the orphanage . I believe it to contain my mother's picture . ARTHUR . ( Aside . ) ... Tis true the girl is my niece , and bears my honored name . She is my brother Horace's child . ( To NELLIE . ) ...
Author: Henning Nelms
Publisher: Dramatists Play Service Inc
THE STORY: Nellie is a long-suffering young lady who seems destined not only to lose her lover but her life as well. The familiar characters of old-time melodrama here play their roles up to the hilt. The most thrilling scene is that in which dynami
1986 STAR When Janaki left the orphanage where her daughter was born – the nuns had insisted that she and Deepa must stay on for at least eight weeks, and were loath to let them go even then – bringing her two-month-old baby to a home ...
Author: Renita D'Silva
She allows herself to kiss her perfect child just once. She wraps the baby in her last gift: a hand-knitted cardigan, embroidered with a water lily pattern. ‘You’re better off without me,’ she whispers and although every step breaks her heart, she walks away. 1910, India. Young and curious Alice, with her spun-gold hair, grows up in her family’s sprawling compound with parents as remote as England, the cold country she has never seen. It is Raju, son of a servant, with whom she shares her secrets. Together, their love grows like roses – but leaves deep thorns. Because when they get too close, Alice’s father drags them apart, sending Raju far away and banishing Alice to England… 1944. Intelligent and kind Janaki is raised in an orphanage in India. The nuns love to tell the story: Janaki’s arrival stopped the independence riots outside the gates, as the men on both sides gazed at the starry-eyed little girl left in a beautiful hand-knitted cardigan. Janaki longs for her real mother, the woman who was forced to abandon her, wrapped in a precious gift… Now old enough to be a grandmother and living alone in India, Alice watches children play under the tamarind trees, haunted by the terrible mistake she made fifty years ago. It’s just an ordinary afternoon, until a young girl with familiar eyes appears with a photograph and Alice must make a choice. Will she spend the rest of her life consumed by dreams of the past, or can she admit her mistakes and choose love and light at last? A stunning and heartbreaking novel about how a forbidden love can echo through the generations. Readers who love Lucinda Riley, Kathryn Hughes and The Storyteller’s Secret will be captivated. Readers absolutely adore The Orphan’s Gift: ‘Utterly spellbinding and so beautifully written… Will draw you in and immediately transport you… This heart-warming and heartbreaking novel is a story of friendship, of love, of tragedy and loss… I absolutely LOVED it as I have ALL of Renita’s novels… Couldn’t put it down and as always the tissues were definitely needed.’ NetGalley Reviewer ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ‘So beautiful!... As I was reading, I was crying… Well written and the characters were really brought to life.’ Goodreads Reviewer ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ‘Wow! This was an incredible story… Fantastic and the emotions were so real.’ Goodreads Reviewer ‘I kept turning the pages until my eyes blurred. I just wanted to hear how all of the stories would come together… Look forward to checking out her other books!’ Goodreads Reviewer ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ‘Could not put this book down, a real page-turner. Definitely will be recommending this book to other readers, love to read more books from this author.’ Goodreads Reviewer ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ‘I could not put this story down… The ending was perfect!... This book is captivating, sad and then more sad added in. This was a quick read for me but super enjoyable.’ Goodreads Reviewer ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ‘Transported me to another world… The characters are vibrant and dance off the page. I couldn’t stop once I started. I laughed and cried.’ Goodreads Reviewer ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ‘This book was so good! The characters were so well rounded, you felt like you actually knew them! The plot was so good you didn’t want the book to end!’ Goodreads Reviewer ‘This book has everything… I loved each and every character and felt every emotion that they did.’ Rachel Marie’s Blog ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Orphan. should be happy . The feast of weeks and the feast of tabernacles were times of great rejoicing in Israel ... Thou shalt rejoice before the Lord thy God , thou , and thy son , and thy daughter , thy man - servant , and thy maid ...