Beryl tells her story, one of hard-won freedom and costs--including her friendship with writer Karen Blixen (the pen name of Isak Dinesen
, author of Out of Africa) and her affair with Blixen's lover, safari hunter Denys Fitch Hatton; her multiple lovers and marriages; her immersion in the bohemian expat community; and her own personal tragedies--from an altitude of 1,800 feet.
Out of Africa, which was written in English "out of loyalty to her dead lover's language" (Arendt in Dinesen
vii), was first published in 1937 in Britain by the London publisher Putnam.
Salt Water: Isak Dinesen
knew what she was talking about when she said, "The cure for anything is salt water: sweat, tears or the sea.
At the center of "Jauja" are the stories of a father and his teenage daughter far from home, Gunnar and Ingeborg Dinesen
(Viggo Mortensen and Viilbjork Agger Malling).
and Mukeem played well and made 40 runs each.
After Out of Africa, Isak Dinesen
Marilyn had an IQ of 163 and at a lunch thrown for Dinesen
by novelist Carson McCullers she was described as "gay and witty in this company, easily holding her own".
Amid citations of authors such as Sigmund Freud, Walter Benjamin, and Isak Dinesen
, she ruminates over the photographs she rook of her sisters more than thirty years earlier, the ones from which the prints displayed in the next room were chosen.
We want to give these children a toy that offers them not only joy, but also helps them grow and develop", said Danish ambassador Rene Dinesen
at the project launch.
, founder and CEO of BackCheck, says: "BackCheck is proud of its place in the UK.
He was just touched off by Dinesen
, partnered by promising 20-year-old Richard Hughes.
A story can save a life, in other words: and this is the positive conclusion of the older Isak Dinesen
who (as we will see in section two) knows the truth about earlier attempts to compel one's life in a direction ordered by story but can conclude in the end that "[a]ll sorrows can be borne if you put them into a story or tell a story about them.