1 edition of Eccentric and humorous letters of eminent men and women found in the catalog.
Eccentric and humorous letters of eminent men and women
|Statement||slected by Joseph Taylor.|
|Contributions||Taylor, Joseph, 1761 or 2-1844.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||155 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||155|
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Eccentric Lives and Peculiar Notions () is John Mitchell’s humane and diverting collection of oddballs. What makes Mitchell’s work so enjoyable is that he lets the reader come to his own conclusions, rather than editorializing or adopting a cheap superiority.
Lord Monboddo thought that orangutans lacked only culture to make them by: 2. Synonyms for eccentric in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for eccentric. 94 synonyms for eccentric: odd, strange, bizarre, weird, peculiar, abnormal, queer, irregular. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
"Key to assumed names": p. [v]-vii "Necrology": p.  The 13th and later editions published under title: Men and women of the time. Sure, some eccentrics are more flamboyant than others but I think the Bettys of the world qualify.
So does a toddler obsessed with vacuums who grew into a little boy driven to fix broken appliances and equipment he rescued from the trash.
So does a girl so fascinated by forensics that she spent weeks sketching the decomposition of a muskrat and recently. A great business book for the underdog, this biography by Zack O’Malley Greenburg showcases the hard work and determination it took for a borderline delinquent to turn into a philanthropist and gentleman.
In the end, I give far more credit to men who achieved in the face of adversity than I do to men who lived calculated and comfortable lives. Dude, people love eccentric men. Everyone goes about about how cool Bill Murray is. Plus, think about all these extremely well-known characters: Dumbledore, Sherlock Holmes, the Mad Hatter, Willy Wonka, Dr.
Wilbur Larch, House, any Johnny Depp character, etc. These stories are about women and not your ordinary women–if there is such a thing. These women are eccentric, which can too often be just another euphemism for weird or annoying.
Some of the women here are weird and annoying. Mostly they are eccentric in not following convention, in finding their own path. It is surprising, after the solemn protestations Sir Isaac made, that such eminent men as Mr. Sorin and M.
de Fontenelle should have imputed to this great philosopher the verbal and chimerical way of reasoning of the Aristotelians; Mr. Sorin in the Memoirs of the Academy ofand M.
de Fontenelle in the very eulogium of Sir Isaac Newton. Publication history. ,France, Paris, J. Hetzel et Cie, Le Testament d'un excentrique in magazine format and in illustrated book format.
UK, London: Sampson Low, Marston & Co., pp., English translation. This illustrated version was published by Sampson Low in England in October,and contains 59 of the original 61 illustrations from the French : Jules Verne. Djuna Barnes ( – ) was a singular voice in the literary world, best know for her experimental novel, Nightwood.
Often viewed as eccentric and morbid, it’s no wonder that quotes by Djuna Barnes can be described the same way. Early in her career, Barnes became a freelance journalist and illustrator for the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, and in just one year she became a.
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Gershom Scholem (–) was perhaps the foremost Jewish. Raymond Chandler Marlowe was the kind of brunette who would make a bishop kick a hole in a stained-glass window, and only half the hole would be from heterosexual panic.
The other half would be. You're most likely to encounter the adjective eccentric in a description of an unusual or quirky person — like a scatterbrained aunt who leaves her life savings to her cat.
Fiction, history, humour, emotion: The best books of (Faber & Faber) - the sort of book that young men, It shows that Auden’s gift for friendship with an eccentric woman lifted him Author: Martin Doyle.
On an examination into the account of the country letters, it had increased £7, 2s. 7d., which Mr. Allen would have been entitled to if the 'explanatory contract' had only been executed.
The country letters increased to £17, 4s. 11d. per annum at the end of fourteen years. He now appointed surveyors, and stated his plans for suppressing.
As the old men pulled him on stage to crown him as the Racer, he could see Joina’s eyes upon him. He could sense Kika’s longing for him as her lips formed his name.
Which one of them would choose him. Who would he belong to. The question would have to wait. He was a Racer now, and nothing else mattered. Not even love. -. The following short sketches of the lives of some of the eminent women of our times were written for The Mothers’ Companion, and are now republished by the kind permission of the proprietors and publishers, Messrs.
Partridge. They were suggested by the fact that nearly all the best contributions of women to literature have been made during the last hundred years, and. The Lives of the Most Eminent Literary and Scientific Men comprised ten volumes of Dionysius Lardner's volume Cabinet Cyclopaedia (–46).
Aimed at the self-educating middle class, this encyclopedia was written during the 19th-century literary revolution in Britain that encouraged more people to read.
The Lives formed part of the Cabinet of Biography in the Cabinet. BOOK DESCRIPTION: Although he was born into slavery and endured a permanent physical disability, Epictetus (ca. 50–ca. AD) maintained that all people are free to control their lives and to live in harmony with nature.
We will always be happy, he argued, if we learn to desire that things should be exactly as they are. After attaining his freedom, Epictetus spent his entire. Or, ‘Well, men write better books than women.’ Such arguments are overly simplistic (not to mention misogynistic, in the case of the latter) and ignore the deep-rooted sexism that is prevalent.
Josh Dean is a former deputy editor of Men's Journal and was one of the founding editors of PLAY, the New York Times sports magazine. His work has appeared in Rolling Stone, Outside, GQ, Popular Science, and many others.
He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and son/5(22). b: deviating from conventional or accepted usage or conduct especially in odd or whimsical ways 2. deviating from a circular path ; especially: elliptical 1 located elsewhere than at the geometrical center ; also: having the axis or support so located.
Throughout, these stories, the reader can feel Alexie, a veteran of the movies and best-sellerdom, weighing each character and sentence in.
Inspired by Vulture’s cringe-inducing compilation of the descriptions of female characters in screenplays, and the viral Twitter threads (including Talia Lavin’s) prompted by podcast host Whitney Reynolds’s challenge to “describe yourself like a male author would,” here are some male characters from literature and film described the way the authors described the female.
The book’s final chapter, “The Independent Woman,” arguing that only economic self-sufficiency can release women from subordination, was one of the inspirational texts for the women’s Author: Louis Menand. 20 Forgotten, Overlooked Classics By Women Writers Everyone Should Read but it's also a comedy about unconventional women and eccentric families.
Humor can be really difficult to pull off, and Author: Erin Enders. 14 Compelling Female Characters Who Need Their Own Spin-Off Novels. you can't help but wonder what happens to the eccentric sculptor, dancer, and. A portrait in her own words of the female Lawrence of Arabia, the subject of the PBS documentary Letters from Baghdad, voiced by Tilda Swinton, and the major motion picture Queen of the Desert, starring Nicole Kidman, James Franco, Damian Lewis, and Robert Pattinson and directed by Werner Herzog Gertrude Bell was leaning in years before Sheryl : Penguin Publishing Group.
The Evangelical revival drew within the sphere of its influence men of the most opposite characters. It would be difficult to conceive a more complete contrast than that which William Romaine () presented to the two worthies last mentioned.
Grave, severe, self-restrained, and, except to those who knew him intimately, somewhat repellent. The letters from eminent personages, the anecdotes in which these recollections are particularly rich, must therefore remain unpublished. And no doubt Lady Anne was perfectly right in her desire that the secrets of her intimates should be respected after her death.
Wrote Letters on the Equality of the Sexes and the Condition of Women; ran a school. Angelina Grimke Ran school; Went before the Massachusetts legislature and presented a lot of anti-slavery petitions; first woman to address a legislative body- February Soon Burton was a guest at Ashbee’s select Tuesday evening gatherings at his house in Bedford Square, had been introduced to Baron de Cosson of the Kernoozers Club, and began to exchange letters  and ‘uncommon books’ with Ashbee.
On Burton’s return to England inthey took a train and boat together to spent a July evening in. Sarah also sought to demolish the concept of “separate spheres” of influence for men and women. She insisted that women had the same rights and duties as men and should be able to participate fully in education, religion, work and politics—including the abolition movement.
Sarah made the case for women’s equality with passionate conviction. The wit of women / (New York: Funk & Wagnalls, ), by Kate Sanborn (page images at HathiTrust) The punster's pocket-book: or, the art of punning enlarged by Bernard Blackmantle, illustrated with numerous original designs by Robert Cruikshank.
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