An instant New York Times and Sunday Times bestseller SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2021 DYLAN THOMAS AWARD 'A package of dynamite' Stephen King ‘Powerful, compulsive, brilliant’ Marian Keyes An era-defining novel about the relationship between a ...
Author: Kate Elizabeth Russell
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
An instant New York Times and Sunday Times bestseller 'A package of dynamite' Stephen King ‘Powerful, compulsive, brilliant’ Marian Keyes ‘Takes a grip on the reader and never lets go’ Hilary Mantel An era-defining novel about the relationship between a fifteen-year-old girl and her teacher
Vanessa G. Cheek is an activist and has compiled this book to let everyone know... women with HIV/AIDS are still here and thriving through all levels of adversity... still they rise and must be counted as the strong, the proud and the ...
Author: Vanessa G. Cheek
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Vanessa G. Cheek is an activist and has compiled this book to let everyone know... women with HIV/AIDS are still here and thriving through all levels of adversity... still they rise and must be counted as the strong, the proud and the faithful.
A haunting, addictive thriller that you won't be able to put down Vanessa Savage
... To the RNA and their brilliant New Writer's Scheme – I may have turned to the
dark side, but I learned so much from my early critiques. Thanks to Former DCI ...
Author: Vanessa Savage
Publisher: Hachette UK
Don't miss the spellbinding new thriller from Vanessa Savage. THE WOODS is out on 23rd January 2020. There's a stranger in the house . . . But what if the stranger is your husband? 'Kept us utterly spooked and utterly hooked' HEAT 'Claustrophobic and compelling' GOOD HOUSEKEEPING 'Unputdownable' LAURA MARSHALL 'A vivid portrait of buried tensions' DAILY MAIL 'An intense tale of deceit, treachery and loss' THE SUN 'Scary, pacy and compelling' CLAIRE DOUGLAS 'Creepy and atmospheric' AMANDA JENNINGS ************** For Sarah and Patrick, life has always been easy. Then they move to Patrick's childhood home and everything changes. Fifteen years ago, another family was murdered there. Patrick says they can make it perfect again, but their children are plagued by nightmares and Sarah swears someone is watching the house. Worse still, the longer they live in their 'dream' home, the more different her loving husband becomes . . . A chilling psychological thriller about dark family dysfunction and the secrets that haunt us, The Woman in the Dark will captivate fans of Shari Lapena, Louise Candlish and THE INNOCENT WIFE by Amy Lloyd. ************** What readers are saying about THE WOMAN IN THE DARK: 'I can honestly say that this book will be next years must read psychological thriller of 2019' 'A deeply disturbing psychological thriller which always stays on the right side of horror' 'What a cracker of a book. Unputdownable and well written' 'I loved this book and stayed up half the night to finish it' 'A real page-turner . . . I thoroughly enjoyed it' 'A dark and many layered book. Hooked from the very first page' Brilliant . . . a fantastic ending with a twist that I did not see coming
The devastating and powerful memoir from a French publisher who was abused by a famous writer from the age of thirteen ‘Dazzling’ New York Times ‘A gut-punch of a memoir with prose that cuts like a knife’ Kate Elizabeth Russell, ...
Author: Vanessa Springora
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The devastating and powerful memoir from a French publisher who was abused by a famous writer from the age of thirteen ‘A gut-punch of a memoir with prose that cuts like a knife’ Kate Elizabeth Russell, author of My Dark Vanessa
The allusion of course is to Browning's "My Last Duchess" — and Kinbote himself
has been married, to Disa, duchess of Payn and Mone. In the poem, Shade
addresses his wife as a Vanessa butterfly ("come and be caressed, My dark ...
Author: Brian Boyd
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The story of Nabokov's life continues with his arrival in the United States in 1940. He found that supporting himself and his family was not easy--until the astonishing success of Lolita catapulted him to world fame and financial security.
In a commentary on a portion of Shade's “ Pale Fire ” ( “ My dark Vanessa ,
crimson - barred , my blest / My Admirable butterfly ” [ 1. 271f . ] ) , Kinbote quotes
from Swift's poem ( “ When , lo ! Vanessa in her bloom / Advanced , like Atalanta's
Author: European Society for the Study of English
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
Category: Literary Criticism
By redefining established topics of narratology, research has become highly diversified. The contributions to this volume neither synthesize developments nor work from shared postulates, but represent a fresh look at ongoing issues. Some scrutinize focalisation in a linguistic framework or in a poststructuralist vein; others take on reliable and unreliable narration in a pronominal perspective or the "unaddressed" reader who upsets the tidy schemes of narrative communication. Also outlined are a possible worlds approach to narrative time, a systematic treatment of metanarrative and a transgeneric application of narratology to poetry. The sequential ordering of narratives as a way of controlling reader response is examined in one article and in another is seen to elicit intertextual configurations. Both divergent and complementary, the contributions seek to integrate into narratological categories and methods the dynamic processes of narrative itself.
THE NEXT BEST READ FOR FANS OF MY DARK VANESSA. This striking debut novel inhabits the mind of a young married woman driven to extremes by disgust and dread in the aftermath of a rape.
Author: Inès Bayard
Publisher: Other Press, LLC
AN ASTONISHING DEBUT. THE NEXT BEST READ FOR FANS OF MY DARK VANESSA. This striking debut novel inhabits the mind of a young married woman driven to extremes by disgust and dread in the aftermath of a rape. Marie and Laurent, a young, affluent couple, have settled into their large Paris apartment and decide to start trying for a baby. This picture-perfect existence is shattered when Marie is assaulted by her new boss. Deeply shaken by the attack, she discovers she is pregnant, and is convinced her rapist is the father. Marie closes herself off in a destructive silence, ultimately leading her to commit an irreparable act. In a first novel of extraordinary power and depth, Inès Bayard exposes disturbing truths about how society sees women and how women see themselves in turn.
After explaining how he first fell in love with his wife, John Shade turns to her
directly: Come and be worshiped, come and be caressed, 270 My dark Vanessa,
crimson-barred, my blest My Admirable butterfly! At the end of the poem, again, ...
Author: Brian Boyd
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Pale Fire is regarded by many as Vladimir Nabokov's masterpiece. The novel has been hailed as one of the most striking early examples of postmodernism and has become a famous test case for theories about reading because of the apparent impossibility of deciding between several radically different interpretations. Does the book have two narrators, as it first appears, or one? How much is fantasy and how much is reality? Whose fantasy and whose reality are they? Brian Boyd, Nabokov's biographer and hitherto the foremost proponent of the idea that Pale Fire has one narrator, John Shade, now rejects this position and presents a new and startlingly different solution that will permanently shift the nature of critical debate on the novel. Boyd argues that the book does indeed have two narrators, Shade and Charles Kinbote, but reveals that Kinbote had some strange and highly surprising help in writing his sections. In light of this interpretation, Pale Fire now looks distinctly less postmodern--and more interesting than ever. In presenting his arguments, Boyd shows how Nabokov designed Pale Fire for readers to make surprising discoveries on a first reading and even more surprising discoveries on subsequent readings by following carefully prepared clues within the novel. Boyd leads the reader step-by-step through the book, gradually revealing the profound relationship between Nabokov's ethics, aesthetics, epistemology, and metaphysics. If Nabokov has generously planned the novel to be accessible on a first reading and yet to incorporate successive vistas of surprise, Boyd argues, it is because he thinks a deep generosity lies behind the inexhaustibility, complexity, and mystery of the world. Boyd also shows how Nabokov's interest in discovery springs in part from his work as a scientist and scholar, and draws comparisons between the processes of readerly and scientific discovery. This is a profound, provocative, and compelling reinterpretation of one of the greatest novels of the twentieth century.
After explaining how he first fell in love with his wife , John Shade turns to her
directly : Come and be worshiped , come and be caressed , 270 My dark
Vanessa , crimson - barred , my blest My Admirable butterfly ! At the end of the
poem , again ...
Author: Gavriel Shapiro
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Category: Literary Collections
Table of contents
This book traverses any age, gender, or race.
Author: Vanessa Wilson
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
This book traverses any age, gender, or race. It s a self-help book for anyone facing challenges. I wrote about my childhood memoirs. All children have challenges in life. In this book, I explained how I was reared as a child and my family unit. I explored my childhood experiences and the tool I used to overcome the difficult times. As an adult, I still utilize this tool. Also, I addressed problems that are plaguing the black American nation. Black America needs to deal with several issues within its community. Can we discuss these issues and find a resolution?
Curious Jen's Egg .-- I send , in case you should decm it of any interest , a
description of a Hen's egg , laid in my poultry ... Beauty , ( Vanessa Antiopa , )
and of the dark green Fritillary , ( Argymnis Aglaia , ) both captured by him in that
Category: Natural history
Shade refers to his beloved wife Sibyl as “ My dark Vanessa ” ( 1 . 270 ) ; on the
night before he dies and just as he finishes his poem , he looks out his window
where , A dark Vanessa with a crimson band Wheels in the low sun , settles on
Author: Sterling Professor of Humanities Harold Bloom
Publisher: Chelsea House
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
A selection of criticism, arranged in chronological order of publication, devoted to the writings of Vladimir Nabokov.
Author: Pamela Crane
Publisher: Tabella House
What would you do if the only person who can find your missing daughter is the one person you can’t trust? When Felicity married into the Portman family, she could handle her narcissistic brother-in-law that came with the package. She could even endure their coddling mother who pit her grownup sons against each other. Because Felicity has a gift for dealing with drama ... until her sister-in-law Marin crossed a line she could never uncross. Marin, who always has to outdo Felicity. Marin, who blatantly flirts with Felicity’s husband. Marin, the last person to see Felicity’s daughter alive. Only a cryptic series of journal entries hints at why the girl vanished six months ago. But no matter how much time passes, Felicity will never stop searching. Or asking questions. Or suspecting Marin had something to do with it. Carrying the weight of a strained marriage, failing motherhood, and crumbling business, Felicity must fight for her family, or watch everything fall into a slow ruin. From USA TODAY bestselling author of Pretty Ugly Lies and Little Deadly Secrets comes a highly anticipated psychological thriller, perfect for fans of Lucy Foley, Lisa Jewell, My Dark Vanessa, and Ruth Ware. “An emotionally charged mystery of how a mother must lose her daughter to find herself.” – reader review
Every night it was waiting outside the Aldwych Theatre , and within a very short
time Vanessa and I were living together . I moved out of ... we wanted to be alone
. Then , returning in the dark , Vanessa asked her to recite some Greek poetry .
Author: Tony Richardson
Publisher: William Morrow & Company
Category: Motion picture producers and directors
Chronicles the author's rise through the world of British theater, exploring the joys and sorrows of his personal life, including his marriage, affairs, and friendships
An Irish Bestseller Finalist for the Irish Book Awards’ Newcomer of the Year Perched high atop a seaside cliff in Ireland, a lonely Victorian mansion is home to Temple House School.
Author: Rachel Donohue
Publisher: Algonquin Books
An Irish Bestseller Finalist for the Irish Book Awards’ Newcomer of the Yea Perched high atop a seaside cliff in Ireland, a lonely Victorian mansion is home to Temple House School. At Temple House, nothing is ever as it seems. Louisa is the new, brilliant scholarship student. Finding most of the other students at the all-girls Catholic boarding school as icy and unfamiliar as the drafty mansion, she forms a fierce bond with the intense and compelling Victoria, an outlier and student provocateur. Their close bond is soon unsettled by the young, charismatic art teacher, Mr. Lavelle—igniting tension and obsession in the cloistered world of the school. Then one day, Louisa and Mr. Lavelle disappear. There is no trace of either one. It’s the unsolved mystery that captivates the whole country. Year after year, the media revisit it, and the conspiracy theories persist. Now, on the twenty-fifth anniversary, a journalist—a woman who grew up on the same street as Louisa—delves into the past to write a series of articles and uncover the truth. She finds stories of jealousy and revenge, power and class. But will she find Louisa and Mr. Lavelle, too? Because remember—at Temple House, nothing is ever as it seems. Told through alternating points of view, Rachel Donohue’s debut novel skillfully, gradually, lets the reader into the hearts and minds of both Louisa and the determined reporter. Th is page-turner is perfect for fans of Elisabeth Thomas’s Catherine House or Kate Elizabeth Russell’s My Dark Vanessa.
How games are played at this level may be illustrated by the notes to line 270 :
because Shade calls his wife “ My dark Vanessa ” Kinbote is reminded of a
couplet from Swift ' s Cademus and Vanessa in which the name of the butterfly is
Author: Herbert Grabes
Publisher: De Gruyter Mouton
known by its scientific name Vanessa atalanta ( from the family nessa
Nymphalidae ) , an insect to which Nabokov also makes reference ( along with
the Swift allusion ) in Pale Fire : " My dark Vanessa , Crimson - barred , my blest /
Author: James Cortese
... My dark Vanessa , crimson - barred , my blest / My Admirable butterfly ... » (
John Shade's poem , lines 269-271 ) . Kinbote's commentary reads : « Shade
used to say that it's Old English name was The Red Admirable , later degraded to
Author: Michel Sartori
Analyse: Selon le désir de l'écrivain établi en Suisse dès 1961, sa collection de papillons (4323 pièces) fut léguée à sa mort (2 juillet 1977) au Musée cantonal de zoologie, Lausanne.
We could have a black light — you know , it only lights up certain things in the
dark , " Vanessa suggested . “ My dad has one . " “ We just got a new refrigerator !
" Haley blurted out eagerly . " Uh - huh , ” Nicky said dryly . " We ' re all so happy
Author: Ann M. Martin
... you so far away from him ? ( VANESSA re - enters the room , followed by
ERIKA , the latter in a simple black dress , looking very pale and tense ) ( To
DOCTOR ) And ... we wish to reach the station before dark . ( VANESSA goes out
into the ...