Robert Louis Stevenson
s J Weyman
Year of publication: 2006
STORIES BY ENGLISH AUTHORS FRANCE A LODGING FOR THE NIGHT, By Robert Louis Stevenson It was late in November, 1456. The snow fell over Paris with rigorous, relentless persistence sometimes the wind made a sally and scattered it in flying vortices sometimes there was a lull, and flake after flake descended out of the black night air, silent, circuitous, interminable. To poor people, looking up under moist eyebrows, it seemed a wonder where it all came from. Master Francis Villon had propounded an ...
Keywords: English France -- Fiction Short stories
Mary Louise Roberts
Year of publication: 2013
Mary Louise Roberts WHAT SOLDIERS DO Sex and the American GI in World War II France Dedicated in loving memory to my parents EMMIE ROBERTS AND JAMES H. ROBERTS Map of Normandy and Brittany Acknowledgments It gives me great pleasure to thank the many sources of funding I received to research and write this book. I am grateful to the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation for making possible a research leave during the academic year 20078. The Institute for Research in the Humanities at the ...
Keywords: Counseling Europe France Gender Studies Medical Books Military Politics Psychology Sexuality Social History Social Sciences United States World War II
Year of publication: 2005
When two people couldnt be more different the fun beginsSECOND CHANCE PRAISE FOR DANIELLE STEELSteel pulls out all the emotional stops She delivers.Publishers WeeklySteel is one of the bestLos Angeles TimesThe worlds most popular author tells a good, well-paced story and explores some important issues Steel affirms life while admitting its turbulence, melodramas, and misfiring passions.BooklistDanielle Steel writes boldly and with practiced vividness about tragedyboth national and personal ...
Keywords: Americans Americans - France Art Contemporary Fashion Fashion - Periodicals - Publishing Fiction General Love stories New York (N.Y.) Paris (France) Romance Widowers Women editors
Year of publication: 2002
When survival depends on aa cognizant original v5 release october 26 2010PRAISE FOR DANIELLE STEELA LITERARY PHENOMENON and not to be pigeonholed as one who produces a predictable kind of book.The Detroit NewsTHE PLOTS OF DANIELLE STEELS NOVELS TWIST AND WEAVE as incredible stories unfold to the glee and delight of her enormous reading public.United Press InternationalMs. Steels fans wont be disappointedThe New York Times Book ReviewOne counts on Danielle Steel for A STORY THAT ENTERTAINS AND ...
Keywords: Americans Americans - France Castles Contemporary Fiction France General Iowa Married women Orphans Romance Romantic suspense fiction
Year of publication: 1993
THE CRITICS LOVE DANIELLE STEELSJEWELSA CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT WHICH REPRESENTS A NEW VITALITY IN STEELS ART. JEWELS IS A WORK OF SPLENDOUR WHICH IS FOREVER CAUGHT IN THE NEXUS OF TIME AND LOVE.The New England Reviews of BooksA smashing story of a good woman triumphing over adversity.Ocala Star-BannerENGROSSING. Take it on your beach vacation and count the number of others handling the green book jacket. A, lotSan Antonio Express NewsDukes jewels and French chateaux JEWELS can be counted on to ...
Keywords: Contemporary Fiction France General Jewelry trade Romance
Year of publication: 2009
A terrorist attack in Paris a blinding explosion in a tunnel a womans entire history vanishes and all that remains is love, honor, and hope.Honor ThyselfPRAISE FOR DANIEL STEELSteel pulls out all the emotional stops. She delivers.Publishers WeeklySteel is one of the bestLos Angeles TimesThe worlds most popular author tells a good, well-paced story and explores some important issues. Steel affirms life while admitting its turbulence, melodramas, and misfiring passions.BooklistDanielle Steel ...
Keywords: Amnesia Contemporary Fiction General Motion picture actors and actresses Paris (France) Romance Victims of crimes Women novelists
Year of publication: 1997
It will change your life forever FIVE DAYS IN PARISSteel is one of the best. Los Angeles Times PRAISE FORDANIELLE STEELTHE PLOTS OF DANIELLE STEELS NOVELS TWIST AND WEAVE AS INCREDIBLE STORIES UNFOLD TO THE GLEE AND DELIGHT OF HER ENORMOUS READING PUBLIC.United Press InternationalMs. Steels fans wont be disappointedThe New York Times Book ReviewSteel writes convincingly about universal human emotions.Publishers WeeklyOne of the worlds most popular authors.The Baton Rouge SunFEW MODERN WRITERS ...
Keywords: Americans Contemporary Fiction General Legislators' spouses Love stories Medical Paris (France) Pharmaceutical industry Pharmacy Romance
Year of publication: 2005
A mothers love, a daughters courage and their unwavering faithECHOES PRAISE FORDANIELLE STEELSteel pulls out all the emotional stops. She delivers.Publishers WeeklySteel is one of the bestLos Angeles TimesThe worlds most popular author tells a good, well-paced story and explores some important issues. Steel affirms life while admitting its turbulence, melodramas, and misfiring passions.BooklistDanielle Steel writes boldly and with practiced vividness about tragedyboth national and personal with ...
Keywords: 1939-1945 1939-1945 - Underground movements 1939-1945 - Women 1940-1945 American Catholics Christian converts from Judaism Concentration camp escapes Concentration camp inmates Contemporary Fiction France France - History - German occupation General Historical Historical fiction Jewish Love stories Mothers and daughters Nuns Romance War & Military War stories Women Women - Europe World War
Year of publication: 2001
THE TRAMPLING OF THE LILIES By Rafael Sabatini PART I. THE OLD RULE These are they Who ride on the court gale, control its tides Whose frown abases and whose smile exalts. They shine like any rainbowand, perchance, Their colours are as transient. Old Play CHAPTER I. MONSIEUR THE SECRETARY It was spring at Bellecourthe spring of 1789, a short three months before the fall of the Bastille came to give the nobles pause, and make them realise that these new philosophies, which so long they have ...
Keywords: 1789-1799 -- Fiction France -- History -- Revolution
Year of publication: 0
THE SUITORS OF YVONNE Being a Portion of the Memoirs of the Sieur Gaston de Luynes By Rafael Sabatini CHAPTER I. OF HOW A BOY DRANK TOO MUCH WINE, AND WHAT CAME OF IT Andrea de Mancini sprawled, ingloriously drunk, upon the floor. His legs were thrust under the table, and his head rested against the chair from which he had slipped his long black hair was tossed and dishevelled his handsome, boyish face flushed and garbed in the vacant expression of idiocy. I beg a thousand pardons, M. de Luynes, ...
Keywords: 1602-1661 1643-1715 -- Fiction France -- History -- Louis XIV Jules Mazarin
Year of publication: 1999
SCARAMOUCHE A ROMANCE OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION By Rafael Sabatini BOOK I: THE ROBE CHAPTER I. THE REPUBLICAN He was born with a gift of laughter and a sense that the world was mad. And that was all his patrimony. His very paternity was obscure, although the village of Gavrillac had long since dispelled the cloud of mystery that hung about it. Those simple Brittany folk were not so simple as to be deceived by a pretended relationship which did not even possess the virtue of originality. When a ...
Keywords: 1789-1799 -- Fiction Adventure stories France -- History -- Revolution Historical fiction Theater Traveling -- Fiction
Year of publication: 2000
BARDELYS THE MAGNIFICENT By Rafael Sabatini CHAPTER I. THE WAGER Speak of the Devil, whispered La Fosse in my ear, and, moved by the words and by the significance of his glance, I turned in my chair. 1The door had opened, and under the lintel stood the thick-set figure of the Comte de Chatellerault. Before him a lacquey in my escutcheoned livery of red-and-gold was receiving, with back obsequiously bent, his hat and cloak. A sudden hush fell upon the assembly where a moment ago this very man had ...
Keywords: 1610-1643 -- Fiction France -- History -- Louis XIII
Year of publication: 2004
Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc by Mark Twain Consider this unique and imposing distinction. Since the writing of human history began, Joan of Arc is the only person, of either sex, who has ever held supreme command of the military forces of a nation at the age of seventeen LOUIS KOSSUTH. PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF JOAN OF ARC By The Sieur Louis De Conte her page and secretary Freely translated out of the ancient French into modern English from the original unpublished manuscript in the ...
Keywords: 1412-1431 -- Fiction 1422-1461 -- Fiction Biographical fiction Christian women saints -- Fiction France -- History -- Charles VII Joan of Arc Saint
Year of publication: 2002
Ken Follett JACKDAWS THE FIRST DAY Sunday, May 28, 1944 CHAPTER I ONE MINUTE BEFORE the explosion, the square at Sainte-Ccile was at peace. The evening was warm, and a layer of still air covered the town like a blanket. The church bell tolled a lazy beat, calling worshipers to the service with little enthusiasm. To Felicity Clairet it sounded like a countdown. The square was dominated by the seventeenth-century chteau. A small version of Versailles, it had a grand projecting front entrance, and ...
Keywords: D-Day France spy thriller WWII