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Her success stems from a wide range of innovative writing and rhetorical techniques that critically challenged renowned male writers, such as Jean de Meun who incorporated misogynist beliefs within their literary works.
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Her and success
Following the success of the album She Will Have Her Way in 2005, a second album of cover versions of Finn Brothers songs, He Will Have His Way, was released on 12 November 2010.
Her books have enjoyed huge success in many parts of the world, and have sold over 600 million copies.
Her first success was in Ireland as Lady Townley ( in The Provok'd Husband by Vanbrugh and Cibber ), and it was only after five years, on the pressing invitation of David Garrick, that she returned to Drury Lane.
Her first real success came in 1975 with the release of her album Never Can Say Goodbye, which established her as a disco artist.
Her success attracted many imitators, mostly of low quality, which soon led to a general perception of the genre as inferior, formulaic, and stereotypical.
Her first complete novel, published in 1859, was Adam Bede and was an instant success, but it prompted an intense interest in who this new author might be.
Her success as ruler was due to the power of the self-images she successively portrayed of innocent young woman, devoted wife and mother, suffering and patient widow, and grandmotherly matriarch.
Her early performances brought her immediate success in Britain, but she remained largely unknown in other parts of the world until the release of Gone with the Wind.
Her next major success was in the role of Peter in the Broadway production of Peter Pan in October 1954, with Martin winning the Tony Award.
Her success is unstoppable despite her humble origins, and she is eventually presented at court to the Prince Regent himself.
In 1980, after the international success the biography Sophia Loren: Living and Loving, Her Own Story by A. Hotchner, Loren portrayed herself and her mother in a made-for-television biopic adaptation of her autobiography entitled Sophia Loren: Her Own Story.
Her first official appearance in Paris on 8 June 1773 at the Tuileries was considered by many royal watchers a resounding success, with a reported 50, 000 people crying out to see her.
Her career as the primary actress of Fox Studios continued with the advent of sound film, and she achieved a notable success in the original version of A Star Is Born ( 1937 ).
Hawn had mixed success in the early 1990s, with the thriller Deceived ( 1991 ), the drama CrissCross and opposite Bruce Willis and Meryl Streep in Death Becomes Her ( both 1992 ).
Her subsequent films failed to capitalize on her renewed success, with the exception of the suspense film Sleep, My Love ( 1948 ) with Robert Cummings.
He achieved critical success in the 1980s, with Educating Rita ( 1983 ) earning him the BAFTA and Golden Globe Award for Best Actor, and in 1986 he received an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Hannah and Her Sisters.
Her career went through several periods of eclipse, and she admitted that her success had often been at the expense of her personal relationships.
Her and stems
Her critique primarily stems from her belief that Jean de Meun was purposely slandering women through the debated text.
Her only ally is her stepson Steven ( Al Corley ), whose complicated relationship with Blake stems from their fundamental political differences and Steve's resistance to step into his role as future leader of the Carrington empire.
Her Italian surname stems from her great-grandfather, a Sicilian slater who emigrated to Germany during the 19th century.
Her cult possibly stems from that of the Indo-European dawn goddess and is related to Latvian Auseklis, Greek Eos, Roman Aurora, and Vedic Ushas.
* 1957-Doris Lessing's short story Flight, from her collection ' The Habit of Loving ' includes several references to the frangipani tree-" Her hair fell down her back in a wave of sunlight, and her long bare legs repeated the angles of the frangipani stems ; bare, shining-brown stems among patterns of pale blossoms.
Her feastday is celebrated on November 16, but the exact date of her death is unknown ; the November date stems from a confusion with Abbess Gertrude of Hackeborn.
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Her heart, her maternal feeling, in fact her being was too busy expressing itself, as quietly thrilled by this sight of her Nicolas curled asleep under a blanket, in a park like a scene from Poussin.
( Her account was later confirmed by the Scobee-Frazier Expedition from the University of Manitoba in 1951.
Her miraculous progress in material achievements flows from other qualities far more worthy and substantial: adherence to principles and methods consonant with our religious philosophy ; ;
Her students have spoken of the exacting standards of scholarship and of manners and conduct she expected and achieved from the students ; ;
Her husband recently was appointed vice president of the university, bringing them back here from the east.
Her creations in fashion are from many designers because she doesn't want a complete wardrobe from any one designer any more than she wants `` all of her pictures by one painter ''.
Her bouffant coiffure was fortunately combed on the left which happened to be the direction from which a brisk breeze was blowing.
Her brain and intelligence controlled every function from navigation to such loading as a scout ship of her class needed.
Her chief center of worship was at Paphos, where the goddess of desire had been worshipped from the early Iron Age in the form of Ishtar and Astarte.
Her unhappiness with her marriage caused Aphrodite to seek out companionship from others, most frequently Ares, but also Adonis.
Her daughter, born from her head as she was from Zeus's, demigod Annabeth Chase is one of the principal characters.
Her life was spared by Artemis, who transformed the maiden into a statue of pure crystalline quartz to protect her from the brutal claws.
Her mother ’ s marriage to Agrippa was her second marriage, as Julia the Elder was widowed from her first marriage, to her paternal cousin Marcus Claudius Marcellus and they had no children.
Her Latin origins and culture however led to creeping resentment from her Greek subjects ( who felt insulted enough by the late Manuel's Western tastes, let alone being ruled by his Western wife ), building up to an explosion of rioting that almost became a full civil war.
Her name is the Latinized form of the Greek ( Androméda ) or ( Andromédē ): " ruler of men ", from ( anēr, andrós ) " man ", and medon, " ruler ".
Her family hailed from Arkansas, where her great-grandparents and her maternal grandfather, Henry Eliot, were born into slavery.
' Her face, with its glamour-gorgon makeup, softens, as Madame Armfeldt seems to melt into memory itself, and the wan stage light briefly appears to borrow radiance from her.