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Alice James

  1. Born into a wealthy and intellectually active family, Alice James soon developed the psychological and physical problems that would end her life at age 43.
  2. Jean Strouse published what has become the standard life ( Alice James: a Biography) in 1980.
  3. Susan Sontag wrote a play about Alice James, Alice in Bed (1993), which seems to waver between sympathy and impatience with its subject.


  1. The diarists are indeed accurate. (Web site)
  2. Diarists is a narrow enough category, without breaking it down by nationality as well.


  1. Diaries are by necessity and definition intimate.
  2. The diaries were published in Russia some time ago - see the excellent Sergey Prokofiev Foundation website. (Web site)
  3. The diaries are painful reading, especially for one whose ancestors fought for the Union. (Web site)
  4. Diaries are a sort of funny thing.
  5. The Diaries are a warning to other diarists to burn their diaries - to stop them falling into the wrong hands. (Web site)


  1. A diary is a book for fragmentary writings arranged by date.
  2. The diary is a fascinating combination of personal revelation and eyewitness accounts of great events, such as the Great Plague and the Great Fire of London. (Web site)
  3. Sometimes the term "diary" suggests a daily record. (Web site)
  4. A diary is a book for fragmentary writing.
  5. A diary is a book for writing discrete entries arranged by date. (Web site)

Franz Kafka

  1. Franz Kafka is a Czechoslovakian writer who lived from 1883-1924.
  2. Franz Kafka is a new thinker -- one of that breed I spoke to you about 100 years ago.
  3. Franz Kafka is a true genius, there is no other way to put it.
  4. Franz Kafka is a vegetarian writer.
  5. Franz Kafka is a world-famous German Novellist of the 20th Century.

Murasaki Shikibu

  1. Murasaki Shikibu was a Japanese writer of the late Heian period. (Web site)
  2. Murasaki Shikibu was a Novelist, Poet, and servant of the Emperor of Japan during the Heian Period. (Web site)
  3. Murasaki Shikibu was born in a middle-level family of nobility during the middle of the Heian Period. (Web site)
  4. Murasaki Shikibu was remarkable when yet a child learning to read books that even educated boys found difficult. (Web site)

Robert Knopwood

  1. Robert Knopwood ( June 2, 1761 - September 18, 1838) was an early clergyman and diarist in Australia.
  2. The dog owned by the chaplain and diarist, Robert Knopwood, secured his first kangaroo on March 13, and on March 26 it caught six young emus.
  3. The evidence she originally cited, the diary of Reverend Robert Knopwood, recorded only four Aborigines and two British killed in this period. (Web site)

Anne Frank

  1. Anne Frank is a name that has become synonymous with the evils of Nazi Germany and their terrible and vile treatment of the Jews.
  2. Anne Frank is a familiar diarist, a child writing in hiding during the German occupation in World War II, and finally being sent to her death in Auschwitz. (Web site)
  3. Anne Frank is a hero because she was optimistic, patient, unselfish, and strong. (Web site)
  4. Anne Frank is a thirteenyearold Jewish female character from the book called Anne Frank.
  5. Anne Frank is a very touching and remarkable book that will stay with you for the rest of your life. (Web site)

Virginia Woolf

  1. Virginia Woolf was also very close to her family, including her sister, Vanessa Bell and Vanessa's husband Clive Bell.
  2. Virginia Woolf was an influential feminist, and a major stylistic innovator associated with the stream of consciousness technique.

Samuel Pepys

  1. Samuel Pepys is a 17th century english nobleman famous for his diary.
  2. Samuel Pepys is a famous 17th century diarist who lived in London, England.
  3. Samuel Pepys is a hard act to follow.
  4. Samuel Pepys is the earliest diarist that is well known today, although he had contemporaries who were also keeping diaries. (Web site)
  5. Samuel Pepys is the earliest diarist that is well known today.

English Diarists

  1. John Evelyn (1620-1706) has long been known as one of the best-loved of English diarists. (Web site)
  2. Category:English diarists Articles in category "English diarists" There are 20 articles in this category.
  3. There is no page titled "English diarists".

John Evelyn

  1. Unlike diarists such as Samuel Pepys or John Evelyn, Turner was not a man of national importance, located at the centre of English society. (Web site)
  2. Born into a family whose wealth was largely founded on gunpowder production, John Evelyn was born in Wotton, Surrey, and grew up in the Sussex town of Lewes.
  3. Known at first as New Spring Gardens this was the favourite haunt of diarists Samuel Pepys and John Evelyn.

Alan Clark

  1. Alan Clark is a catty old rake who achieved low government office. (Web site)
  2. Alan Clark was passionate about cars from an early age. (Web site)
  3. Alan Clark was the elder son of the renowned art historian Kenneth Clark (later Lord Clark of Saltwood).
  4. Alan Clark was the eldest son of the renowned art historian Kenneth Clark (later Lord Clark of Saltwood).

Dorothy Wordsworth

  1. Dorothy Wordsworth was a diarist and poet but had little interest in becomeing a famous writer like her brother. (Web site)
  2. Dorothy Wordsworth was a diarist and poet but had little interest in becoming a famous writer like her brother. (Web site)
  3. Dorothy Wordsworth was born on Christmas Day 1771, making her just over a year younger than Wordsworth.
  4. Dorothy Wordsworth was shocked at his condition upon his return.

Welsh Diarists

  1. Pages in category "Welsh diarists" The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total. (Web site)
  2. E English diarists S Scottish diarists W Welsh diarists Articles in category "British diarists" There is 1 article in this category.
  3. Categories: 1678 births | 1718 deaths | Welsh diarists.

Etty Hillesum

  1. Etty Hillesum - a Jewish woman who also kept a diary during the war.
  2. Etty Hillesum was a young Jewish woman who kept a diary during World War II. (Web site)
  3. Etty Hillesum was permitted to travel freely as she was a member of the Dutch Jewish council, her primary reason for aiding Jews.

Siegfried Sassoon

  1. Siegfried Sassoon was one of the most fascinating of these figures. (Web site)
  2. Siegfried Sassoon was perhaps the most innocent of the war poets.

Frances Partridge

  1. Frances Partridge was one of the great British diarists of the 20th century. (Web site)

Friedrich Kellner

  1. It was on this day that Friedrich Kellner began to record his observations in a secret diary that he entitled Mein Widerstand, " My Opposition ".
  2. In 1962, the diarist, Friedrich Kellner, returned to spend his last years in Mainz. (Web site)
  3. In 1968 Friedrich Kellner gave his diary to his American grandson to translate and bring to the attention of the public.

James Lees-Milne

  1. In the canon of twentieth century diarists, James Lees-Milne shines brightest.
  2. James Lees-Milne was surely one of the greatest diarists of the century. (Web site)
  3. In the field of the arts notable diaries were published by James Lees-Milne, Roy Strong and Peter Hall.

Hannah Cullwick

  1. Hannah Cullwick (1833-1909) was a Victorian era diarist and domestic servant.
  2. Hannah Cullwick, a Victorian maid of all work, was Munby's servant.
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Frances Burney

  1. Frances Burney was a novelist, diarist, and playwright.
  2. Frances Burney was in her day one of the most successful novelists in England and in later years Jane Austen was to be one of her fans. (Web site)

Robert Shields

  1. For other uses, see Robert Shields (disambiguation).
  2. Find Robert Shields $9.95 - Current information is available on this person.
  3. And, Tyson, your comment about Robert Shields using Twitter is hilarious. (Web site)

Kenneth Tynan

  1. This was one of the few times Kenneth Tynan was ever shocked into silence. (Web site)
  2. Calcutta! was a long-running theatrical revue, debuting off-Broadway in 1969, created by British critic Kenneth Tynan. (Web site)
  3. More » Kenneth Tynan Kenneth Peacock Tynan , was an influential and often controversial British theatre critic and writer.

Arthur Munby

  1. Arthur Munby (1828-1910) was a Victorian era British diarist, poet, barrister and solicitor.
  2. There, in 1854, Cullwick met Arthur Munby on one of his regular urban expeditions to investigate working women.
  3. She is known for her unusual relationship with Arthur Munby, which they both documented in diaries, letters and photographs.


  1. Kellner was born in 1885 in Vaihingen an der Enz, a town on the Enz River in Baden-W--rttemberg, Germany.
  2. Kellner was born in Vaihingen an der Enz, a town on the Enz River in southern Germany.


  1. Munby was a dogged collector of facts and photographs about working women - and Hannah was his ideal specimen. (Web site)
  2. Munby was a regular visitor from 1882 until her death.
  3. Munby was appalled. (Web site)
  4. Munby was especially attracted to a working woman named Hannah Cullwick. (Web site)


  1. Tynan was a poor businessman, however, and the contracts he signed for the show only brought him in a total of $250,000 out of the many millions it earned.
  2. Tynan was fiercely against Censorship and was determined to break taboos that he considered arbitrary.
  3. Tynan was fiercely against censorship and determined to break taboos that he considered arbitrary. (Web site)


  1. Evelyn was a founding fellow of the Royal Society. (Web site)
  2. Evelyn was also occupied with public service and was appointed by Charles II to a number of commissions. (Web site)
  3. Evelyn was fascinated by his world but he always viewed it with a sense of detachment. (Web site)
  4. Evelyn was therefore, if not self-obsessed, certainly self-absorbed. (Web site)

Tony Benn

  1. Tony Benn is a cousin of the late actress, Dame Margaret Rutherford.
  2. Tony Benn is a man of great conviction. (Web site)
  3. Tony Benn is a most extraordinary man.
  4. Tony Benn is a prolific diarist: seven volumes of his diaries have been published.
  5. Tony Benn is a unique figure on the British political landscape: a true democrat, a passionate socialist and diarist without equal.

Mary Boykin Chesnut

  1. Mary Boykin Chesnut -- Witness to War is intended to capture her mood during the early morning hours of that fateful day.
  2. Mary Boykin Chesnut began her diary on February 15, 1861, and ended it on August 2, 1865. (Web site)
  3. Diarist Mary Boykin Chesnut (1823-1886) captured an intimate view of the political and personal struggles of the Confederate South during the Civil War. (Web site)
  4. Mary Boykin Chesnut was a charming hostess who loved entertaining guests in her home.
  5. Mary Boykin Chesnut was born near Camden, South Carolina, the daughter of Mary and Stephen Miller, a plantation owner and politician. (Web site)

Elizabeth Simcoe

  1. Elizabeth Simcoe was an accomplished painter and faithful diarist. (Web site)

Richard Crossman

  1. Notable British examples have included the diaries of Richard Crossman and Tony Benn.
  2. For Lord Hunt, a Cabinet Secretary, the episode concerned his attempt to stop the publication of Richard Crossman’s diaries. (Web site)
  3. Father of the House of Commons, Tam Dalyell talks about his political mentor Richard Crossman.

Francis Kilvert

  1. Francis Kilvert was a clergyman in rural Radnorshire, Dorothy Wordsworth the poet’s sister, “Chips” Channon a royalist groupie.
  2. Francis Kilvert was a clergyman in rural Radnorshire, Dorothy Wordsworth the poet's sister, "Chips" Channon a royalist groupie. (Web site)

Barbara Castle

  1. Barbara Castle was a hero to millions of British women. (Web site)

Courtney Love

  1. COURTNEY LOVE WAS FACING A DIVORCE Kurt was in the process of leaving Seattle and his wife Courtney, when he was found dead. (Web site)
  2. Courtney Love is a nasty example of what a wife, mother and musician should be.
  3. Courtney Love is a very talented artist, but the judges for American Idol are Paula, Randy and Simon. (Web site)
  4. Courtney Love is a wretched human being.
  5. Courtney Love is one of the most familiar females in the music industry.

Hester Thrale

  1. Hester Thrale was a great diarist in her own right and a close friend of Dr. Samuel Johnson. (Web site)
  2. Hester Thrale was not averse to using her golden tongue in the day-to-day business.

Rachel Corrie

  1. Rachel Corrie is a radical and unashamedly so.
  2. Rachel Corrie was 23 when she died trying to defend a family home from bulldozers.
  3. Rachel Corrie was 23 years old when she was crushed to death by an Israeli army bulldozer on March 16, 2003.
  4. Rachel Corrie was acting in the tradition of Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King when her life was deliberately snuffed out. (Web site)
  5. Rachel Corrie was acting in the tradition of Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King when her life was snuffed out. (Web site)

Rutka Laskier

  1. Rutka Laskier, Polish teenager who wrote a diary.
  2. Rutka Laskier (1929---1943) was a Jewish teenager from Poland who is best known for her 1943 diary chronicling four months of her life during the Holocaust. (Web site)
  3. SNAPSHOT Rutka Laskier, far right, with her family in 1939.

Kurt Cobain

  1. Kurt Cobain is a Jesus and Eddie Vedder is a punchline.
  2. Kurt Cobain is a 122 VINTAGE GUITAR SEPTEMBER 2005 know death can help.
  3. Kurt Cobain is a legend, suicide or not.
  4. Kurt Cobain was a famous rock singer for the group Nirvana. (Web site)
  5. Kurt Cobain was a great fan of Flipper and often wore self-made Flipper t-shirts, e.g.

Otto Frank

  1. Otto Frank is the father of the famous Anne Frank whose diary has become a classic piece of lierature.
  2. Otto Frank was interested in scholarly pursuits and had an extensive library.
  3. Otto Frank was the only one of the eight living in the Secret Annexe to survive. (Web site)
  4. Otto Frank was the only one of the eight to survive the war, he then published his daughter’s diary.
  5. Otto Frank was the only person who could tell after the war what had taken place in the annex during the raid.


  1. Colville was a Trustee of both Sir Winston and Lady Churchill's estates. (Web site)
  2. Colville was knighted in 1974, having previously been awarded the CB in 1955, and the CVO in 1949. (Web site)

Kenneth Williams

  1. Kenneth Williams was born near Euston station, London, the son of a hairdresser. (Web site)


  1. Hannah was a tall, well-built woman. (Web site)
  2. Hannah was born on 26th May 1833 and raised in Shifnal, Shropshire.
  3. Hannah was fortunate to be sent for a couple of years to the Bluecoat Charity school in Shifnal.
  4. Hannah was taken to a concentration camp one day.

Wilford Woodruff

  1. Wilford Woodruff was born in 1807 in Connecticut.
  2. Wilford Woodruff was called to be the first president of the St. George Temple in 1877 and commenced endowment work for the dead. (Web site)
  3. Wilford Woodruff was ordained an apostle at age 32. (Web site)


  1. Entries are accessed by links from dates, starting with the most recent.
  2. Entries are commonly displayed in reverse chronological order.
  3. Entries are listed alphabetically by the name of the diarist under the year in which the first diary entry was made.
  4. The entries are about 50 percent autobiography, 45 percent uninformed music criticism, and about 5 percent jackassery. (Web site)
  5. The entries are arranged by date, rather than chronologically by year, so that contemporaries' comments on different wars appear side-by-side. (Web site)


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