Review of Short Phrases and Links|
This Review contains major "Glossary of Diarists"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.
- 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.
- Jean Strouse published what has become the standard life ( Alice James: a Biography) in 1980.
- Susan Sontag wrote a play about Alice James, Alice in Bed (1993), which seems to waver between sympathy and impatience with its subject.
- The diarists are indeed accurate.
- Diarists is a narrow enough category, without breaking it down by nationality as well.
- Diaries are by necessity and definition intimate.
- The diaries were published in Russia some time ago - see the excellent Sergey Prokofiev Foundation website.
- The diaries are painful reading, especially for one whose ancestors fought for the Union.
- Diaries are a sort of funny thing.
- The Diaries are a warning to other diarists to burn their diaries - to stop them falling into the wrong hands.
- A diary is a book for fragmentary writings arranged by date.
- 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.
- Sometimes the term "diary" suggests a daily record.
- A diary is a book for fragmentary writing.
- A diary is a book for writing discrete entries arranged by date.
- Franz Kafka is a Czechoslovakian writer who lived from 1883-1924.
- Franz Kafka is a new thinker -- one of that breed I spoke to you about 100 years ago.
- Franz Kafka is a true genius, there is no other way to put it.
- Franz Kafka is a vegetarian writer.
- Franz Kafka is a world-famous German Novellist of the 20th Century.
- Murasaki Shikibu was a Japanese writer of the late Heian period.
- Murasaki Shikibu was a Novelist, Poet, and servant of the Emperor of Japan during the Heian Period.
- Murasaki Shikibu was born in a middle-level family of nobility during the middle of the Heian Period.
- Murasaki Shikibu was remarkable when yet a child learning to read books that even educated boys found difficult.
- Robert Knopwood ( June 2, 1761 - September 18, 1838) was an early clergyman and diarist in Australia.
- 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.
- The evidence she originally cited, the diary of Reverend Robert Knopwood, recorded only four Aborigines and two British killed in this period.
- Anne Frank is a name that has become synonymous with the evils of Nazi Germany and their terrible and vile treatment of the Jews.
- 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.
- Anne Frank is a hero because she was optimistic, patient, unselfish, and strong.
- Anne Frank is a thirteenyearold Jewish female character from the book called Anne Frank.
- Anne Frank is a very touching and remarkable book that will stay with you for the rest of your life.
- Virginia Woolf was also very close to her family, including her sister, Vanessa Bell and Vanessa's husband Clive Bell.
- Virginia Woolf was an influential feminist, and a major stylistic innovator associated with the stream of consciousness technique.
- Samuel Pepys is a 17th century english nobleman famous for his diary.
- Samuel Pepys is a famous 17th century diarist who lived in London, England.
- Samuel Pepys is a hard act to follow.
- Samuel Pepys is the earliest diarist that is well known today, although he had contemporaries who were also keeping diaries.
- Samuel Pepys is the earliest diarist that is well known today.
- John Evelyn (1620-1706) has long been known as one of the best-loved of English diarists.
- Category:English diarists Articles in category "English diarists" There are 20 articles in this category.
- There is no page titled "English diarists".
- Unlike diarists such as Samuel Pepys or John Evelyn, Turner was not a man of national importance, located at the centre of English society.
- 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.
- Known at first as New Spring Gardens this was the favourite haunt of diarists Samuel Pepys and John Evelyn.
- Alan Clark is a catty old rake who achieved low government office.
- Alan Clark was passionate about cars from an early age.
- Alan Clark was the elder son of the renowned art historian Kenneth Clark (later Lord Clark of Saltwood).
- Alan Clark was the eldest son of the renowned art historian Kenneth Clark (later Lord Clark of Saltwood).
- Dorothy Wordsworth was a diarist and poet but had little interest in becomeing a famous writer like her brother.
- Dorothy Wordsworth was a diarist and poet but had little interest in becoming a famous writer like her brother.
- Dorothy Wordsworth was born on Christmas Day 1771, making her just over a year younger than Wordsworth.
- Dorothy Wordsworth was shocked at his condition upon his return.
- Pages in category "Welsh diarists" The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total.
- E English diarists S Scottish diarists W Welsh diarists Articles in category "British diarists" There is 1 article in this category.
- Categories: 1678 births | 1718 deaths | Welsh diarists.
- Etty Hillesum - a Jewish woman who also kept a diary during the war.
- Etty Hillesum was a young Jewish woman who kept a diary during World War II.
- 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 was one of the most fascinating of these figures.
- Siegfried Sassoon was perhaps the most innocent of the war poets.
- Frances Partridge was one of the great British diarists of the 20th century.
- It was on this day that Friedrich Kellner began to record his observations in a secret diary that he entitled Mein Widerstand, " My Opposition ".
- In 1962, the diarist, Friedrich Kellner, returned to spend his last years in Mainz.
- In 1968 Friedrich Kellner gave his diary to his American grandson to translate and bring to the attention of the public.
- In the canon of twentieth century diarists, James Lees-Milne shines brightest.
- James Lees-Milne was surely one of the greatest diarists of the century.
- In the field of the arts notable diaries were published by James Lees-Milne, Roy Strong and Peter Hall.
- Hannah Cullwick (1833-1909) was a Victorian era diarist and domestic servant.
- Hannah Cullwick, a Victorian maid of all work, was Munby's servant.
- Hannah Cullwick - www.smarter.com Find and Compare prices on hannah cullwick at Smarter.com.
- Frances Burney was a novelist, diarist, and playwright.
- 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.
- For other uses, see Robert Shields (disambiguation).
- Find Robert Shields $9.95 - www.peoplefinders.com Current information is available on this person.
- And, Tyson, your comment about Robert Shields using Twitter is hilarious.
- This was one of the few times Kenneth Tynan was ever shocked into silence.
- Calcutta! was a long-running theatrical revue, debuting off-Broadway in 1969, created by British critic Kenneth Tynan.
- More » Kenneth Tynan Kenneth Peacock Tynan , was an influential and often controversial British theatre critic and writer.
- Arthur Munby (1828-1910) was a Victorian era British diarist, poet, barrister and solicitor.
- There, in 1854, Cullwick met Arthur Munby on one of his regular urban expeditions to investigate working women.
- She is known for her unusual relationship with Arthur Munby, which they both documented in diaries, letters and photographs.
- Kellner was born in 1885 in Vaihingen an der Enz, a town on the Enz River in Baden-W--rttemberg, Germany.
- Kellner was born in Vaihingen an der Enz, a town on the Enz River in southern Germany.
- Munby was a dogged collector of facts and photographs about working women - and Hannah was his ideal specimen.
- Munby was a regular visitor from 1882 until her death.
- Munby was appalled.
- Munby was especially attracted to a working woman named Hannah Cullwick.
- 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.
- Tynan was fiercely against Censorship and was determined to break taboos that he considered arbitrary.
- Tynan was fiercely against censorship and determined to break taboos that he considered arbitrary.
- Evelyn was a founding fellow of the Royal Society.
- Evelyn was also occupied with public service and was appointed by Charles II to a number of commissions.
- Evelyn was fascinated by his world but he always viewed it with a sense of detachment.
- Evelyn was therefore, if not self-obsessed, certainly self-absorbed.
- Tony Benn is a cousin of the late actress, Dame Margaret Rutherford.
- Tony Benn is a man of great conviction.
- Tony Benn is a most extraordinary man.
- Tony Benn is a prolific diarist: seven volumes of his diaries have been published.
- Tony Benn is a unique figure on the British political landscape: a true democrat, a passionate socialist and diarist without equal.
- Mary Boykin Chesnut -- Witness to War is intended to capture her mood during the early morning hours of that fateful day.
- Mary Boykin Chesnut began her diary on February 15, 1861, and ended it on August 2, 1865.
- Diarist Mary Boykin Chesnut (1823-1886) captured an intimate view of the political and personal struggles of the Confederate South during the Civil War.
- Mary Boykin Chesnut was a charming hostess who loved entertaining guests in her home.
- Mary Boykin Chesnut was born near Camden, South Carolina, the daughter of Mary and Stephen Miller, a plantation owner and politician.
- Elizabeth Simcoe was an accomplished painter and faithful diarist.
- Notable British examples have included the diaries of Richard Crossman and Tony Benn.
- For Lord Hunt, a Cabinet Secretary, the episode concerned his attempt to stop the publication of Richard Crossman’s diaries.
- Father of the House of Commons, Tam Dalyell talks about his political mentor Richard Crossman.
- Francis Kilvert was a clergyman in rural Radnorshire, Dorothy Wordsworth the poet’s sister, “Chips” Channon a royalist groupie.
- Francis Kilvert was a clergyman in rural Radnorshire, Dorothy Wordsworth the poet's sister, "Chips" Channon a royalist groupie.
- Barbara Castle was a hero to millions of British women.
- COURTNEY LOVE WAS FACING A DIVORCE Kurt was in the process of leaving Seattle and his wife Courtney, when he was found dead.
- Courtney Love is a nasty example of what a wife, mother and musician should be.
- Courtney Love is a very talented artist, but the judges for American Idol are Paula, Randy and Simon.
- Courtney Love is a wretched human being.
- Courtney Love is one of the most familiar females in the music industry.
- Hester Thrale was a great diarist in her own right and a close friend of Dr. Samuel Johnson.
- Hester Thrale was not averse to using her golden tongue in the day-to-day business.
- Rachel Corrie is a radical and unashamedly so.
- Rachel Corrie was 23 when she died trying to defend a family home from bulldozers.
- Rachel Corrie was 23 years old when she was crushed to death by an Israeli army bulldozer on March 16, 2003.
- Rachel Corrie was acting in the tradition of Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King when her life was deliberately snuffed out.
- Rachel Corrie was acting in the tradition of Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King when her life was snuffed out.
- Rutka Laskier, Polish teenager who wrote a diary.
- 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.
- SNAPSHOT Rutka Laskier, far right, with her family in 1939.
- Kurt Cobain is a Jesus and Eddie Vedder is a punchline.
- Kurt Cobain is a 122 VINTAGE GUITAR SEPTEMBER 2005 vintageguitar.com know death can help.
- Kurt Cobain is a legend, suicide or not.
- Kurt Cobain was a famous rock singer for the group Nirvana.
- Kurt Cobain was a great fan of Flipper and often wore self-made Flipper t-shirts, e.g.
- Otto Frank is the father of the famous Anne Frank whose diary has become a classic piece of lierature.
- Otto Frank was interested in scholarly pursuits and had an extensive library.
- Otto Frank was the only one of the eight living in the Secret Annexe to survive.
- Otto Frank was the only one of the eight to survive the war, he then published his daughter’s diary.
- Otto Frank was the only person who could tell after the war what had taken place in the annex during the raid.
- Colville was a Trustee of both Sir Winston and Lady Churchill's estates.
- Colville was knighted in 1974, having previously been awarded the CB in 1955, and the CVO in 1949.
- Kenneth Williams was born near Euston station, London, the son of a hairdresser.
- Hannah was a tall, well-built woman.
- Hannah was born on 26th May 1833 and raised in Shifnal, Shropshire.
- Hannah was fortunate to be sent for a couple of years to the Bluecoat Charity school in Shifnal.
- Hannah was taken to a concentration camp one day.
- Wilford Woodruff was born in 1807 in Connecticut.
- Wilford Woodruff was called to be the first president of the St. George Temple in 1877 and commenced endowment work for the dead.
- Wilford Woodruff was ordained an apostle at age 32.
- Entries are accessed by links from dates, starting with the most recent.
- Entries are commonly displayed in reverse chronological order.
- Entries are listed alphabetically by the name of the diarist under the year in which the first diary entry was made.
- The entries are about 50 percent autobiography, 45 percent uninformed music criticism, and about 5 percent jackassery.
- The entries are arranged by date, rather than chronologically by year, so that contemporaries' comments on different wars appear side-by-side.
- Arts > Literature > Authors > K > Kafka, Franz.
- Culture > Languages > Language > Glossaries
- Arts > Literature > Authors > M > En > M > U > R > Murasaki Shikibu" > Murasaki Shikibu< > A > . /
- Arts > Music > Bands And Artists > N > Nirvana > Cobain, Kurt.
- Society > History > By Time Period > Twentieth Century > Wars And Conflicts > World War I > Art And Literature > Poetry.
* Addison Pratt
* Alanis Morissette
* Alan Bennett
* Anne Morrow Lindbergh
* Anthony Powell
* Anthony Powell Society
* Aroline Sanborn
* Barclay Fox
* Charles Burney
* Christian Newcomer
* Daniel Terdiman
* Dave Bidini
* David Blunkett
* Derek Jarman
* Elizabeth Smart
* Emily Coleman
* Francis Asbury
* French Diarists
* Harriet Arbuthnot
* Henry David Thoreau
* Jack Bruce
* Jacques Fesch
* Jakob Walter
* James Boswell
* Jemima Condict
* Jochen Klepper
* John Cheever
* John Wesley
* Jo Mihaly
* Liz Jones
* Lucy Maud Montgomery
* Margaret Whitlam
* Marianne Faithfull
* Martha Ballard
* Mary Gladstone
* Michael Palin
* Nirpal Singh Dhaliwal
* Nuha Al-Radi
* Opal Whiteley
* Paul Robins
* Robert Russell
* Sayes Court
* Stanley Booth
* Stevie Nicks
* Takami Jun
* Tanya Savicheva
* Thomas Raikes
* Thomas Thistlewood
* Thomas Turner
* Weblog Community
* William Bentley
Books about "Glossary of Diarists" in