Woman Alone

Woman Alone

... of whom were female—held fairly regressive ideas about women. One of those ideas was that women were not terribly capable of taking care of themselves. Then again, anyone who spent their time pulling the careless [17] WOMAN ALONE.

Author: Laine Cunningham

Publisher: Sun Dogs Creations

ISBN: 9780998224039

Category: Travel

Page: 184

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Categories: Travel

A Woman s Guide to Living Alone

A Woman s Guide to Living Alone

“When a woman finds herself alone and responsible for a family, the initial reaction may be one of shock and panic. For one thing, by having custody of the children, the woman now feels she must fill the role of mother and father," says ...

Author: Pamela Stone

Publisher: Taylor Trade Publishing

ISBN: 9781461625179

Category: Self-Help

Page: 256

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A Woman's Guide to Living Alone offers practical advice and personal stories to help women successfully ease into a new and full lifestyle after the termination of a marriage, the end of a relationship, or the loss of a loved one.
Categories: Self-Help

Woman You re Not Alone

Woman  You re Not Alone

Many women go through life searching for fulfillment and find themselves empty-handed. Whether you are a teenager or preparing for retirement, ... Whether you are divorced, widowed, or recovering from addiction, Woman, You're NotAlone.

Author: Clara Stephens

Publisher: Charisma Media

ISBN: 9781616382551

Category: Religion

Page: 180

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Practical advice for women on how to deal with trials and tribulations in a way that honors God.
Categories: Religion

Women Alone

Women Alone

In fact this case was unusual and throughout most of the eighteenth century in England women so indicted for ... What is worrying is ' the ability of a woman's 61 neighbours to send her to trial for murder by virtue 114 Women Alone.

Author: Bridget Hill

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 0300088205

Category: History

Page: 219

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This book opens a window into the lives of British spinsters in the mid-seventeenth to mid-nineteenth centuries, assessing the opportunities open to them and the restrictions placed upon them within different social classes, occupations, and periods. Hill examines how often spinsters were able to earn enough money to live independently, She looks at the part single women played in religious organisations and the role of friendship and letter-writing in their daily lives. She describes the nature of close relationships between women, some lesbian but many others not. Exploring the spinsters' possibilities of escape from restrictive lives, particularly by emigration or crossdressing, she discusses how successful these were. She provides details about the degree of surveillance single women suffered from the authorities and how often they were seen as a threat to social order. Finally she addresses the question of whether all spinsters of this era were suffering victims or potential viragoes, or neither.
Categories: History

One Woman s Solo Land Trip Visiting 5 Southeast Asian Countries in 6 Weeks

One Woman s Solo Land Trip  Visiting 5 Southeast Asian Countries in 6 Weeks

Three Simple Tips Solo trips might be especially nerve-racking, especially for girls. If you have been thinking of going on solo trips but is fearful or procrastinating, try these 3 simple steps. 1. Start small For starters, ...

Author: Koh Tin Peng

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781312858817

Category: Travel

Page: 140

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This is an account of the experiences of a solo land trip across 5 Southeast Asian Countries in 6 weeks by a Singaporean. The author went on a budget trip that started from Singapore, and took her across Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos. At the end of the book, she provides some resources to help one get started on solo trips. She hopes that this would be useful especially to girls who would like to embark on such a trip but find it daunting.
Categories: Travel

A Woman Alone

A Woman Alone

Edmond sighed and then continued, “It just seems to make some men uncomfortable to see a woman alone run a farm, especially to see a woman make go of one with such success.” “What has all of that got to do with Tara staying here with us ...

Author: M.E. Hughes

Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing

ISBN: 9781457557309

Category: Fiction

Page: 242

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Along with six other wagons the Jackson family had been on the trail for weeks and grueling weeks now. The little house back in Decatur had been sold to Jacob’s sister and her husband. There would be no turning back. The wind swept prairie was behind them now and the Rocky Mountains lay ahead. Surely after a solid meal and a good night’s rest her husband would get most of his strength back. …. Late that afternoon most of those on the wagon train stood around a freshly dug grave. Two doves cooed from a nearby tree. The gray clouds that hovered low all morning and earlier that afternoon were now black and rain came down in big fat drops. Ben Handover read the twenty-third psalms from his Bible and then said a few kind words about his friend Jacob Jackson. He talked about what a fair man Jacob had been as well as a hard worker. Then there was only the sound of rain splashing off of umbrellas for a full minute before a woman’s beautiful voice alone sang the fi rst verse of ‘Amazing Grace’ and then the others joined in. The day seemed like a nightmare to Lydia. Between tears she tried to comfort Jacobs’s two children. … With objections from the majority of their fellow travelers Lydia and the children were allowed to continue on with the wagon train. At the end of the trail Lydia and the children set up a comfortable home in the small log cabin build on the land that Jacob had registered to homestead on. He had staked the land out on his previous trip to the Oregon territory. She knew before they started the new adventure that life in the wilds was going to be harsh; but this wasn’t the way it was supposed go. This was Jacob’s dream.
Categories: Fiction

Women Alone

Women Alone

Ten stories from the 'brilliant' Katherine Mansfield on the theme of women alone. As Vincent O'Sullivan states, those encountering Mansfield's stories for the first time have invariably found they 'were alive, they were witty, ...

Author: Katherine Mansfield

Publisher: Penguin Random House New Zealand Limited

ISBN: 9781775535027

Category: Fiction

Page: 143

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Ten stories from the 'brilliant' Katherine Mansfield on the theme of women alone. As Vincent O'Sullivan states, those encountering Mansfield's stories for the first time have invariably found they 'were alive, they were witty, they were moving, they covered new ground'. But with about 70 stories to choose from and a vast array of themes and approaches, where do you start, and how do you begin to understand and best appreciate her writing and achievements? This series features selections of her best stories, grouped by subject and introduced by Mansfield scholar Vincent O'Sullivan, who is also a writer of fiction in his own right. Each volume offers a different way to view Mansfield's work. This selection focuses on a theme close to her own experience: the woman alone. As O'Sullivan explains, his choices cover 'everything of importance that happened to her, that she observed and experienced, between childhood in Wellington's wooden houses, to her deciding in Switzerland in July 1922, that her final paragraph about a singing bird was the place for her to stop'. Other titles in the MANSFIELD SELECTIONS series: In Bavaria: ISBN 978-1-77553-498-3 Marriage & Families: ISBN 978-1-77553-501-0 New Zealand Stories: ISBN 978-1-77553-500-3 Sex & Lies: ISBN 978-1-77553-499-0
Categories: Fiction

Girl Alone

Girl Alone

restoring an orphaned girl to her mother who was a rich woman. Sally smiled. ... “When you were indeed a girl alone, with no family, no prospects, nothing, a marriage with David would undoubtedly have been the best thing for you.

Author: Anne Austin

Publisher: Prabhat Prakashan

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 170

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The long, bare room had never been graced by a picture or a curtain. Its only furniture was twenty narrow iron cots. Four girls were scrubbing the warped, wide-planked floor, three of them pitifully young for the hard work, the baby of them being only six, the oldest nine. The fourth, who directed their labors, rising from her knees sometimes to help one of her small crew, was just turned sixteen, but she looked in her short, skimpy dress of faded blue and white checked gingham, not more than twelve or thirteen. "Sal-lee," the six-year-old called out in a coaxing whine, as she sloshed a dirty rag up and down in a pail of soapy water, "play-act for us, won't you, Sal-lee? 'Tend like you're a queen and I'm your little girl. I'd be a princess, wouldn't I, Sal-lee?" The child sat back on her thin little haunches, one small hand plucking at the skimpy skirt of her own faded blue and white gingham, an exact replica, except for size, of the frocks worn by the three other scrubbers. "I'll 'tend like I've got on a white satin dress, Sal-lee-" Sally Ford lifted a strand of fine black hair that had escaped from the tight, thick braid that hung down her narrow back, tucked it behind a well-shaped ear, and smiled fondly upon the tiny pleader. It was a miracle-working smile. Before the miracle, that small, pale face had looked like that of a serious little old woman, the brows knotted, the mouth tight in a frown of concentration. But when she smiled she became a pretty girl. Her blue eyes, that had looked almost as faded as her dress, darkened and gleamed like a pair of perfectly matched sapphires. Delicate, wing-like eyebrows, even blacker than her hair, lost their sullenness, assumed a lovely, provocative arch. Her white cheeks gleamed. Her little pale mouth, unpuckered of its frown, bloomed suddenly, like a tea rose opening. Even, pointed, narrow teeth, to fit the narrowness of her delicate, childish jaw, flashed into that smile, completely destroying the picture of a rather sad little old woman which she might have posed for before.
Categories: Fiction

Women Alone

Women Alone

It is no disgrace to be alone . There can even be a kind of glory in flying solo , so long as you retain your zest for life . Not long ago a group of women from Honolulu , most of them middle - aged wives or younger , went around the ...

Author: Isabella Taves

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015072107389

Category: Divorced women

Page: 316

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Categories: Divorced women

Solo

Solo

Author: Linda Hamalian

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105038713892

Category: American fiction

Page: 367

View: 132

Categories: American fiction

Woman Alone Other Plays

 Woman Alone    Other Plays

"-Ann McFerran, Time Out.Edited by Stuart Hood and translated by: Gillian Hanna, who performed a selection of pieces to great critical acclaim at the Half Moon Theatre, London in 1989; Ed Emery, political activist and translator of Fo's ...

Author: Franca Rame

Publisher: Methuen Drama

ISBN: UCSC:32106010339288

Category: Drama

Page: 206

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"The pieces are comic, grotesque, on purpose.First of all because we women have been crying for two thousand years. So let's laugh now, even at ourselves."-Franca Rame."Escaping domestic servitude to enjoy free love; the assault on body and spirit of a gang rape; the joys and vicissitudes of a day and a night on the razzle: in the skillful hands of Gillian Hanna, who also translates Franca Rame and Daria Fo's sparkling plays, this becomes the dramatic stuff of women's lives."-Ann McFerran, Time Out.Edited by Stuart Hood and translated by: Gillian Hanna, who performed a selection of pieces to great critical acclaim at the Half Moon Theatre, London in 1989; Ed Emery, political activist and translator of Fo's Mistero Buffo; and Christopher Cairns, Italianist and Reader in Italian Drama, at the University College of Wales in Aberystwyth.
Categories: Drama

The Woman s Retreat Book

The Woman s Retreat Book

It illustrates the immense struggle we have endured to be alone. The history of women on retreat, women in solitude, is also the history of women struggling for autonomy. You cannot relax and listen to your deepest self, let alone ...

Author: Jennifer Louden

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 9780062212306

Category: Self-Help

Page: 336

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A Do-It-Yourself Retreat Book from the Author of The Woman's Comfort Book Do you yearn for time to rest, dream, listen, grieve, celebrate, stretch, or just be? Then you -- like most women today -- need to retreat: to make time to get away from it all and reconnect with yourself. With the wit, humor, and style that have made her Comfort Book series so popular, comfort queen and modern-day pioneer of women's well-being Jennifer Louden offers a practical and inspirational handbook -- the first to focus on the needs and stresses of women -- that walks you step-by-step through planning and savoring a self-led retreat. Easy-to-do practices and encouraging insights help you: Find the time to retreat whenever and wherever you are Decide whether to retreat at home or away, solo or with others Separate from daily concerns Counter fear, guilt, and boredom Reenter ordinary life renewed A wise and useful sourcebook of ideas and inspiration, The Woman's Retreat Book can be turned to again and again, whenever you feel the need to retreat.
Categories: Self-Help

A Woman s Journey Round the World

A Woman s Journey Round the World

The women of the higher classes are generally inclined to corpulency , a quality which is highly esteemed not in women alone , but in men as well . Although I had heard a great deal about the small feet of Chinese women , I was greatly ...

Author: Ida Pfeiffer

Publisher:

ISBN: ONB:+Z24489305

Category:

Page: 338

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Women in the Field

Women in the Field

All this is complicated in several specific ways for a woman field worker alone. A woman alone in the field has greater freedom than a man alone in traditional situations where there has been limited contact with Europeans, ...

Author: Peggy Golde

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015000663412

Category: Anthropology

Page: 343

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Categories: Anthropology

The Congress of Women Held in the Woman s Building

The Congress of Women Held in the Woman s Building

Not the biography of women alone , but of men who have fought our social , industrial and political battles . Every contest for better conditions of living bears directly upon the home and the woman in it .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105010243686

Category: Women

Page:

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Categories: Women

A woman s work memorials of Eliza Fletcher ed really written by C A Salmond

A woman s work  memorials of Eliza Fletcher  ed   really written  by C A  Salmond

There can be no intrusion permitted , there must be a single - handed combat - hand to hand , heart to heart ; alone seeking , alone finding , alone starting , alone running , alone encountering enemies , dangers , difficulties ; alone ...

Author: Charles Adamson Salmond

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:590871451

Category:

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Audition Speeches for Women

Audition Speeches for Women

A WOMAN ALONE FRANCA RAME & DARIO FO A Woman Alone is one of a group of monologues first performed in Milan in 1977. They were later performed at the Half Moon Theatre, London in 1989. Althoughthisisa consistently funnypiece,it shows a ...

Author: Jean Marlow

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9781408141052

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 128

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This revised edition contains several new speeches, many of which are taken from plays written and produced during the last five years. There are speeches for a variety of accents and ages to suit all audition requirements. An introductory section contains invaluable comments from directors, casting directors, actors and teachers. Among those contributing are Sir Peter Hall, National Theatre Director and founder of the Royal Shakespeare Company; Robert Palmer, voice teacher at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art; casting director Doreen Jones; Tim Reynolds, Principal of the Academy Drama School; stage and film dialect coach Penny Dyer; and Barry Grantham, director and exponent of Commedia dell'Arte.
Categories: Performing Arts

A Woman s Inheritance

A Woman s Inheritance

Do not fancy business alone can satisfy any woman . ' A flush mounts to the young girl's brow . Will she set herself in opposition to her sex if she does not marry ? She writes to Miss Clement , and receives in return one of the most ...

Author: Amanda Minnie Douglas

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:HN1BRF

Category:

Page: 345

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Bibliotheca sacra

Bibliotheca sacra

Therefore must he be taken either from man alone , or woman alone . Boso . There is no other source . Anselm . In four ways can God create man , viz . either of man and woman , in the common way ; or neither of man nor woman , as he ...

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ISBN: BSB:BSB10785402

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Whatever Happened to the Year of the Woman

Whatever Happened to the Year of the Woman

It is also because a woman alone, or nearly alone, can become a lightening rod for negative stereotypes that undermine her morale and effectiveness. Councilwoman Adele Smith of Ogden, Utah is one of those who finds herself in such a ...

Author: Amy H. Handlin

Publisher: Arden Press Incorporated

ISBN: UVA:X004260415

Category: Social Science

Page: 198

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In the stunning election of 1992, more women won congressional seats than in the previous 20 years. Four new female senators were elected. Record numbers of women snared seats in the state legislatures.
Categories: Social Science