Ouida


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Oui·da

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See Marie Louise de la Ramée.

Ouida

(ˈwiːdə)
n
(Biography) real name Marie Louise de la Ramée. 1839–1908, British popular novelist, best known for Under Two Flags (1867)
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One was the life of Garfield; the second, Paul du Chaillu's African travels; the third, a novel by Ouida with the last forty pages missing; and the fourth, Irving's "Alhambra.
Her image was first brought to public attention worldwide in the 1890s as she became the subject of discussion and controversy in magazines, periodicals and newspapers, gaining the label "The New Woman" in 1894 in a pair of articles by Sarah Grand and Ouida (pseudonym of Marie Louise de la Ramee), two prominent writers in what would become the New Woman canon.
Ernest was born in 1932 to the Reverend Canon Ivan Corea and Ouida Corea.
Contract notice: Carrying out operational and - maintenance of the lighting infrastructure installed in the area of action Ouida sp.
JONES Ouida Yn dawel ddydd Mercher Awst 10 yn Ysbyty Glangwili, Caerfyrddin, Ouida Margaretta Parry, Cwrt y Wern, Pontrhydfendigaid, yn 81 mlwydd oed; priod hoff y diweddar Myrddin, chwaer a modryb annwyl.
This includes trading stations at the Bight of Biafra, Grand Popo, Little Popo, and Ouida in West Africa; and in East Africa Madagascar was the central exist point for the small number of East Africans brought to Jamaica.
Azzem Ouida, the head of the "For Tripoli" list, dispelled rumors that he would also resign and stressed his commitment to the municipal council.
The indictment filed on Wednesday against Islamic Jihad operative Majd Ouida presents a very worrying picture.
THE TERM "New Woman" was popularized in 1895 over the course of a debate conducted on the pages of North American Review between two novelists, Ouida (pen name of Maria Louise Rame) and Sarah Grand (pen name of Frances Bellenden Clarke McFall), the latter born in the County Down.
In the case of the New Woman, a debate over terminology ensued in a series of exchanges in North American Review in 1894 between Sarah Grand and a reader using the name Ouida.
More poignantly, Kingsford, alongside other feminists such as Isabella Ford and Ouida, explicitly likened animal experimentation to surgical practice on women, children, and the poor.
In 'Between Darwin and San Francesco: Zoographic Ambivalences in Paolo Mantegazza, Ouida, and Vernon Lee', Nicoletta Pireddu undertakes a comparative, ecocritical analysis of speciesist works by the anthropologist Paolo Mantegazza and pro-animal essays by British writers Ouida and Vernon Lee, showing how the human-animal distinction in late nineteenth century Italy and England was shaped by the rise of experimental sciences such as vivisection and animal taming.