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Her acquaintance with him parallels her writing a number of poems, which may suggest she fell in love with him.
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.
Her early death may have inspired some of his writing.
Her responsibilities included writing the plan and supervising field work for the recruitment of minority students to the UC Berkeley campus and visiting high schools throughout the State of California.
Her writing often makes use of alien cultures to examine structural characteristics of human culture and society and their impact on the individual.
For example: " Her daughter was a writing tutor.
Her academic education was limited to arithmetic, her family genealogy, grammar, history, reading, spelling, and writing.
Her work is considered important because her writing reflects the creation and development of Japanese writing during a period when Japanese shifted from an unwritten vernacular to a written language.
Her writing was required reading for court poets as early as the 12th century as her work began to be studied by scholars who generated authoritative versions and criticism.
" Circuit judges are referred to as " His / Her Honour Judge N ." In writing, this title may be abbreviated as " HHJ " or " HH Judge ," e. g. " HH Judge Smith.
In New Zealand, judges of the High Court and above are referred to as " His / Her Honour Justice Surname " in speech, and " Surname J " in writing.
Judges of the District Court and the other statutory courts are referred to as " His / Her Honour Judge Surname " in speech, and " Surname DCJ " or " Judge Surname " in writing.
Her writing during most of the 1940s and 1950s consisted of tales in the storytelling tradition.
Her writing prowess suggests that she did not suffer from the mental degeneration of late stages of syphilis, nor from cerebral poisoning due to mercury treatments.
Her writing can be said to fall into two periods – the early work ( 1912 – 25 ) and her later work ( from around 1936 until her death ), divided by a decade of reduced literary output.
Her perennial themes include meditations on time and memory, and the difficulties of living and writing in the shadow of Stalinism.
Her talent in composition and translation is evidenced in her fine translations of the works of poets writing in French, English, Italian, Armenian, and Korean.
Her writing and teaching are focused at the moment primarily on phenomenology, psychoanalysis, photography, and time-based visual art, but she continues to write about and teach courses on cinema, and she has a developing interest in painting.
Her approach to writing fiction has been compared to that of Anthony Trollope and Charles Dickens.
Her death deeply affected him, and after an attempt at suicide in December 1887, he travelled on foot across the Russian Empire for five years, changing jobs and accumulating impressions used later in his writing.
Her writing contributed to the amatory fiction genre of British literature.
Her writing addressed a number of topics, including gender, power, manners, scientific method, and animal protection.
Her Appalachian children's books, set in the region around Spruce Pine, are famous for the quality of their writing and the subjects that they cover.
Her writing partnership with Adolph Green lasted for six decades, during which time they collaborated with other leading entertainment figures such as the famed " Freed Unit " at MGM, Jule Styne and Leonard Bernstein.

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Her conclusion has been borne out in the experience of many practitioners: `` short-contact interviewing is neither a truncated nor a telescoped experience but is of the same essential quality as the so-called intensive case work ''.
Her lover precedes her in death, at the wheel, and presumably he too has chosen.
Her husband left her no money, so she has tried different kinds of work, and now hopes to find some work that is not too strenuous.
( Her older sister, Toni Bracher-Lawrence, has been a member of the Houston City Council since 2004.
Her paper has only recently been rediscovered, along with the rich, artistic illustrations and drawings that accompanied it.
Her Green Beret has met his fate /
* Cradle of Filth, a popular British extreme metal band, has produced an album called Dusk ... and Her Embrace inspired by " Carmilla ", and have also recorded an instrumental track titled " Carmilla's Masque ".
Her relationship with the tower has been the subject of extensive global publicity.
Her work has earned her four Grammy Awards and an Academy Award nomination.
" The order of the dedications has changed with the relative power of the United States and Britain, and with relative sales ; the 1954 version of the 14th edition is " Dedicated by Permission to the Heads of the Two English-Speaking Peoples, Dwight David Eisenhower, President of the United States of America, and Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth the Second.
Her work has been translated into nearly 90 languages.
Her daughter Imogen has been quoted as saying " The truth is Enid Blyton was arrogant, insecure, pretentious, very skilled at putting difficult or unpleasant things out of her mind, and without a trace of maternal instinct.
:: Her city, behold it has become the house of the banks and quays of the land.
** Adeline in The Romance of the Forest-“ Her wicked Marquis, having secretly immured Number One ( his first wife ), has now a new and beautiful wife, whose character, alas!
Her 1872 work, Middlemarch, has been described as the greatest novel in the English language by Martin Amis and by Julian Barnes.
Her classical education left its mark ; Christopher Stray has observed that " George Eliot's novels draw heavily on Greek literature ( only one of her books can be printed correctly without the use of a Greek typeface ), and her themes are often influenced by Greek tragedy ".
" Her fiction has been nominated for nine Nebula and three Hugo Awards, and her genre-related scholarly work was recognized with a Pilgrim Award in 1988.
Her more starkly personal 1971 recording Blue has been called one of the best albums ever made.
Her latest and third adult novel Summer Sisters ( 1998 ) was widely praised and has sold more than 3 million copies.
Her reputation has been altered over the years according to changing social and political perspectives, especially after the Mexican Revolution, when she was portrayed in dramas, novels, and paintings as an evil or scheming temptress.
Anish Khanna of Planet Bollywood wrote " Her character has a gamut of emotions to run through-childish immaturity, obsession, evil, anger, anguish-and Madhuri really sinks her teeth into each one.
Her husband Tien is emotionally abusive and has a genetic condition called Vorzohn's Dystrophy.
* 1986 – The musical The Phantom of the Opera has its first performance at Her Majesty's Theatre in London.
Her call now has a positive expectation.
As says Guru Tegh Bahadur, Nanak IX, " He has himself spread out His / Her Own “ maya ” ( worldly illusion ) which He oversees ; many different forms He assumes in many colours, yet He stays independent of all " ( GG, 537 ).

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