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  • Meanwhile, somewhere in Colwyn City, Araminta is coming to terms with the discovery that she is the Second Dreamer – and therefore on the run from just about everybody.

    Competition: The Temporal Void by Peter F Hamilton

  • The four "Songs of Harriet Tubman" track her growth as a public figure, moving from "My Name Is Araminta," using Tubman's childhood name, to the final aria, "I am Moses, the Liberator," in which she embraces her identity.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The "Araminta," which was the name of Captain Perez's power dory -- a name, so the captain invariably explained, "wished onto her" before he bought her -- chugged along steadily if not swiftly.


  • The "Araminta" chugged across the bay, rising and falling ever so little on the miniature rollers.


  • "Araminta," I cried (she was out on the lawn tantalising a rose-bush with a kind of doll's-house watering-can), -- "Araminta, where does one go to get hose?"

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 146, June 17, 1914

  • "Amelia," said I to myself, as I encountered my anything but satisfied reflection in the glass, "can it be that you ought, after all, to have been called Araminta?

    That Affair Next Door

  • At The National Post Blog Araminta Wordsworth quoted various sources and the reactions including The Nation Daily in Kenya which suggests that this rebuff is not unexpected:

    Global Voices in English » Ghana: Global discussion of Obama’s visit to Ghana

  • Araminta Wordsworth quotes the President of the Ivory Coast, Laurent Gbagbo, on the choice of Ghana:

    Global Voices in English » Ghana: Global discussion of Obama’s visit to Ghana

  • "Araminta, or, the Wreck of the Amphidrake" by Naomi Novik

    April 2009

  • Yet another narrative was pieced together by Joseph and Araminta Taulman and is part of their very large archive at the University of Texas in Austin.


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