2B: BC -- Jamrozek, Duval; H -- Catenacci; HR: BC -- Ackland, Brookner
, Neal; H -- Froehlich, Neal.
My pubescent social life channelled the spirit of a cardigan-wearing spinster in an Anita Brookner
My pubescent social life channelled the spirit of cardigan-wearing spinster in an Anita Brookner
(26.) Nicolson R, Lenane M, Brookner
F, Gochman P, Kumra S, Spechler L, Giedd JN, Thaker GK, Wudarsky M, Rapoport JL.
As a result, Jewish life has only rarely found expression in English literature, and when it has come, it has often been oblique, as in the ambiguously Jewish characters of Anita Brookner
, or W.G.
Among the penwomen included in the 'Like A Woman' bookstore are Zadie Smith, Mary Shelley, Svetlana Alexievich, Afua Hirsch and Anita Brookner
, and there are lots more - a mixed bag of contemporary and classical authors, movers and shakers in manifold industries, as well as up-and-coming female writers to watch out for.
, "Phased array radars-past, present and future," in 2002 International Radar Conference (Radar 2002), pp.
, and her portrayal earned her an Emmy nomination.
, "Antenna pulsewidth distortion paradox explained," Proceedings of the IEEE, vol.
1066 (Jan., 1992): 27, note 2; Anna Ottani Cavina, "Rome 1780: le theme du paysage dans le cercle de David," in David contre David, I, 81-92; and Anita Brookner
, Jacques-Louis David (London: Chatto & Windus, 1980), 124.
(154) See, e.g., Westbrook, supra note 37, at 623 (noting that "[v]iewed as an independent contractual obligation of the parties, an arbitration agreement is a classic executory contract, since neither side has substantially performed the arbitration agreement at the time enforcement is sought"); see also, Brookner
8c Blacker, supra note 148, at 77 (Part I) (noting that "[a]n arbitration clause provides for reciprocal obligations to resolve any future dispute through arbitration ...