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  • In my novel Campaign 2100, I'm still flabbergasted that the most vivid, memorable character, Feodora, started out as an undefined bit character, but she took over every scene she was in, and I ended up with four major characters instead of the planned three.

    Writing Question: What Comes First?

  • Harrison Ford wears the same Feodora but he is far from old hat.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • In 1940 my marriage had been dissolved, and in 1941, I had married Feodora Leontinoff.

    Richard Stone - Autobiography

  • In 1956, my wife Feodora had died after a long illness.

    Richard Stone - Autobiography

  • "This is my daughter Feodora, Doctor Jones," said the Count as they entered her room.

    Doctor Jones' Picnic

  • Feodora thanked Will sincerely for his present, and declared that it should be hung in her room where she might see it the first thing in the morning and the last thing at night.

    Doctor Jones' Picnic

  • They were all seated, and, after a few casual remarks, Dr. Jones requested Feodora to relate to him the history of her illness, and as she did so, he carefully noted her symptoms in his case-book.

    Doctor Jones' Picnic

  • "I only insist that, when permitted by the fair Feodora, we sail immediately for our destination."

    Doctor Jones' Picnic

  • The good Doctor's mind was divided between a desire to be off for the Arctics, and a professional interest in, and friendly solicitude for, the beautiful Feodora.

    Doctor Jones' Picnic

  • Feodora wrote in a lively strain to Mrs. Jones and

    Doctor Jones' Picnic


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