His prominent test cases are the works of Rochester and of Aphra Behn
- with significant discussion of a host of other male and female poets and playwrights as well.
Her novel Oroonoko (1688; reprinted 1933), the story of an enslaved African prince whom Behn
knew in South America, influenced the development of the English novel.
, of Duke University's Institute for Policy Studies, and the Governors, Center has done us all a service.
Danish-Norwegian writer Ari Behn
, formerly married to Princess MAaAaAeAnrt Louise, told the Norwegian radio station, P4, that he was harassed by Spacey during the Nobel Peace Prize concert in Oslo 10 years ago.
com, a Norwegian royal named Ari Behn
has alleged he was fondled by the Hollywood actor during an event in Oslo ten years ago, after Spacey had just finished hosting a Nobel Peace Prize bash.
Similarly sorely missed is our barkada buddy, Behn
Cervantes, whom we make it a point to talk and 'gossip' about with our and Behn
's gangmates, like Au Cobarrubias, Lollie Mara, Lorna Kapunan, Norma Japitana and other 'grateful for having known him' friends.
, director of the Middle East and Africa at the Euromoney Conference, said that the conference is delighted to be working with the government of Egypt on an agenda that gives a comprehensive and compelling overview of Egypt's finance and investment outlook.
Her study concerns Behn
, Manley, Congreve, and Fielding, but her insight is pertinent to Sterne, Mackenzie, Burney, and Scott (at the bare minimum) as well.
was very much a feminist - perhaps one of the first, giving the woman's point of view.
, Managing Director, Waldemar Behn
, GmbH said, From the onset of our relationship with the CAMUS team, we have felt a shared respect for tradition and handcrafted quality.
, sales and technical director of Micro-Scientific, pointed out this might be a systematic issue that needs to be addressed at a higher level.
Surveying works by Aphra Behn
, Jane Barker, Eliza Haywood, and Mary Davys, Gevirtz explores how such debates helped shape narrative practices within the early novel.