Rebecca West

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Noun1.Rebecca West - British writer (born in Ireland) (1892-1983)
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Rebecca West, 23, fears the creatures will hurt her son, Oscar, 17 months.
One of his lovers, the writer Rebecca West, ascribed it to him smelling "of walnuts" while the mysterious Ukrainian beauty, Baroness Budberg, put it down to him smelling of honey.
The bulk of the book consists of eleven essays which read Woolf in relation to a variety of twentieth-century commonwealth women writers including Katherine Mansfield, Rebecca West, Jean Rhys and Eavan Boland, as well as Americans Nella Larsen, Jessie Redmon Fauset, Eudora Welty, Sylvia Plath, Alice Walker, Sandra Cisneros, Maxine Hong Kingston, and Toni Morrison.
Nella prefazione, autografata da Rebecca West, si evidenziano la straordinaria ed eterna figura di Pinocchio e la sua storia che hanno nel tempo ispirato il cinema e hanno arricchito il mondo fantasioso dei bambini.
During the 1900-1909 period, the novel reflects the changes taking place in society (May Sinclair, Dorothy Richardson, Gertrude Stein); the next stage marks the transformation of feminist Modernism (drawing very interesting parallels with the work of Katherine Mansfield, and illustrating the change in the novels of Djuna Barnes, Rebecca West, Jean Rhys) and, finally, the 1930s--with new processes taking place--Elizabeth Bowen reflecting on the Irish Civil War, Zora Neale Hurston and Nella Larson, turning "modernist techniques towards question of race" (30).
I like what feminist writer Rebecca West says: "My anger and awareness must translate into tangible action.
DAME Rebecca West, journalistand novelist, wrote: "It is sometimes very hard to tell thePSdifference between history andThe smell of skunk.
Pacifists like Vera Brittain certainly had a sense of the global practice of bombing, as did Storm Jameson and Rebecca West.
Rating: *** West's World: The Extraordinary Life Of Dame Rebecca West by Lorna Gibb.
As a political essayist, feminist, and novelist, Rebecca West was concerned with trauma's diverse potential sources throughout her career.
British suffragist and journalist Rebecca West famously said, "Feminism is the radical notion that women are people.
There are four generations of Waugh novelists - Arthur, sons Alec and Evelyn, Evelyn's son Auberon, and Auberon's daughter Daisy; Kingsley Amis and his son Martin; H G Wells and Rebecca West, and their son Anthony West.