3 edition of Memoirs, letters, diaries found in the catalog.
Memoirs, letters, diaries
|Other titles||Erinnerungen, Briefe, Tagebücher.|
|Statement||Heinrich Hertz ; arranged by Johanna Hertz ; English translation by Lisa Brinner, Mathilde Hertz, and Charles Susskind ; with a biographical introduction by Max Von Laue.|
|Contributions||Hertz, Johanna, 1887-, Hertz, Mathilde., Susskind, Charles.|
|LC Classifications||QC16.H4 A313 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvii, 361 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||361|
|LC Control Number||83154095|
Grant's writing has been praised for its conciseness and clarity—a sharp contrast from contemporary Civil War memoirs, which tended to reflect the Victorian fondness for elaborate language. Perret backs these accusations with the fact Grant, while appointed the General-in-Chief, "evolved the future of the United States Army" by applying "maximum firepower, maximum mobility" while relying on "the wide envelopment" as his principal form of maneuver. Gallo completed the project in order to contextualize the memoirs for the modern reader. Examples include explanatory texts accompanying geologic maps.
However, Fanny Hill was widely considered to be the first work of its time to focus on the idea of sexual deviance being an act of pleasure, rather than something that was simply shameful. All members are encouraged to submit similar material for archiving here, and linking to the Time Trek application. Fanny then describes her adventures in the house of Mrs Cole, which include a public orgy, an elaborately orchestrated bogus sale of her "virginity" to a rich dupe called Mr Norbert, and a sado-masochistic session with a man involving mutual flagellation with birch-rods. After dismissing one tale, Grant wrote "Like many other stories, it would be very good if it were only true. Some of the officers had cameras and took photographs and we have featured some of them in the book.
It was once believed that the scene near the end, in which Fanny reacts with disgust at the sight of two young men engaging in anal intercourse,  was an interpolation made for these pirated editions, but the scene is present in the first edition p. An officer went to the shop, bought a copy, and delivered it to Bow Street magistrate Sir Robert Blundell, who issued a search warrant. Barthas, a French enlisted soldier and a committed socialist from the rural South who served at most of the battles on the Western Front, provides an inside seat at the table of the troubled French army. The Memoirs are divided into two volumes. Likewise, Mrs.
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Poletticca as Minister Plenipotentiary to the U. Very few writers have the skill of Jane Austen in presenting their histories and their opinions. Fanny also describes anal intercourse between two older boys.
Thanks to BT for yesterday's nudge! As the commander of the Union army and a two-term president, he had a unique perspective on the war that diaries book both the public and historical scholars, as they wanted to hear his side of the story.
Sir N. Tom Wicker described prison literature as a "fascinating glimmer of humanity persisting in circumstances that conspire, with overwhelming force, to obliterate it. The book eventually made its way to the United States. Some of them are: Fanny, Being the True History of the Adventures of Fanny Hackabout-Jones a retelling of 'Fanny Hill' by Erica Jong purports to tell the story from Fanny's point of view, with Cleland as a character she complains fictionalised her life.
In a list of opportunist lightweights, it will be at the top" and Theresa May who "is not a bad person -- she wants the best for her country, without a clear sense of what that is: rudderless, without imagination and with few real friends at the highest level she stumbled on day to day, lacking clarity, vision, and the capacity to forge a better Britain.
At the same time, two officers from the vice squad visited Mayflower Books in Vauxhall Bridge Road to determine whether copies of the book were kept on the premises.
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The police became aware of the edition a few days before publication, spotting a sign in the window of Memoirs Magic Shop in Tottenham Court Road in London, run by Ralph Gold. He published this account of his diaries book on that expedition in After the conversation had run on in this style for some time, General Lee called my attention to the object of our meeting, and said that he had asked for this interview for the purpose of getting from me the terms I proposed to give his army.
Agnes Porter, unfailingly cheerful and positive, lived a relatively comfortable and safe life with a wealthy family and her notes reflect this. Although he was a clear figure in the public eye, Grant was unknown to many people.
To view the website, click HERE. On release, the book received universal critical praise. Nussbaum describes the girls in Mrs Cole's brothel as "'a little troop of love' who provide compliments, caresses, and congratulation to their fellow whores' erotic achievements".
The first one has more art by Czech artists, the second has more photographs and drawings by the soldiers themselves. We greeted each other, and after shaking hands took our seats. Nolen, and Assistant Editor Louie P.
In Jean Genet wrote his first novel Our Lady of the Flowers while in prison near Paris, scrawled on scraps of paper.
Soon after, she has a chance encounter with Charles, who has returned as Memoirs poor man to England after being shipwrecked. One of the kinds of liberty those Memoirs of mine fought and died for was the right of trial by jury.
In Testament of Youth, the first volume of Vera Brittain's memoir, published inthe life of the British nurse and life on the homefront are shown in detail.
Louisa brings the boy in anyway, as Dick's functioning physical state supersedes his poor mental one. Meanwhile, within Fanny Hill, normally deplorable acts can be conducted with little to no consequence.
Memoirs documenting incarceration by Nazi Germany during the war include Primo Levi 's If This Is a Manwhich covers his arrest as a member of the Italian Resistance Movementfollowed by his life as a prisoner in Auschwitz ; and Elie Wiesel 's Nightwhich is based on his life prior to and during his time in the Auschwitz, Buna Werkeand Buchenwald concentration camps.
After being abandoned by Mr H—, Fanny becomes a prostitute for wealthy clients in a pleasure-house run by Mrs Cole. Whatever his feelings, they were entirely concealed from my observation; but my own feelings, which had been quite jubilant on the receipt of his letter, were sad and depressed.
Marquis de Sade wrote prolifically during an year period in the Bastillechurning out 11 novels, 16 novellas, two volumes of essays, a diary and 20 plays. It was four five years since they left home and they had no idea whether they would ever be able to come back, whether they would ever see their loved ones back home — and that despair, that total lack of prospect for any kind of future, that was really heartbreaking.U.S.
Presidential Letters, Diaries, and Memoirs There has always been a fascination with the written records of the presidents of the United States since the time of George Washington. Diaries, letters, notes and other documents have been used to offer insight into the life and work of the presidency.
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Hardcover: pages. Book and jacket are in good condition with some wear to the dust cover including some minor. Books shelved as diaries-and-memoirs: The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank, Darling Monster: The Letters of Lady Diana Cooper to her Son John Julius N.
Memoirs & Diaries - Introduction. Many of the combatants of the First World War recorded the daily events of their experiences in the form of a diary. Some were subsequently published after the war and have become celebrated. Many more, however, remained tucked away in cupboard drawers for years, unpublished and unseen.
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