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  • GLORIANA B efore shipping with the Gloriana, Roger had assumed himself to be in reasonably good condition.

    Drums of Autumn

  • See her essay "Private Writing and Public Function: Autobiographical Texts by Renaissance Englishwomen," in Gloriana's Face: Women, Public and Private, in the English Renaissance, ed. S.P. Cerasano and Marion Wynne-Davies (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1992), 47-62; for the fact about Halkett, see 50. 12.

    My Name Was Martha: A Renaissance Woman's Autobiographical Poem

  • "Gloriana" -- pronounced as two words: "Glory Anna" -- being the work of her father, who also named it, was simply a cylindrical roll of canvas wagon-covering, girt so as to define a neck and waist, with a rudely inked face -- altogether a weak, pitiable, manlike invention; and "Johnny

    Selected Stories of Bret Harte

  • For instance, his great 1953 opera about Queen Elizabeth and the Earl of Essex, "Gloriana," has never been performed at the San Francisco Opera while Puccini's "Tosca" will be performed next year for what seems the 543rd time since the opera house's opening in 1923.

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  • Please, oh please, present the San Francisco premiere of Britten's masterful opera "Gloriana" about Queen Elizabeth, and bring back Jovanovich to sing Essex which he played in St. Louis.

    Return of the Ninja Geishas

  • However, I should like to say that I denigrate nei - ther the stories nor their readers, though I do prefer my comedies to my melodramas and personally would put a greater value on books such as Gloriana, The Condition of Muzak, Byzantium Endures or The Brothel in Rosenstrasse.

    Elric At The End of Time

  • Early the following year he tried his luck at Hermann's with "Gloriana," in which May Robson and E.J. Henley appeared.

    Charles Frohman: Manager and Man

  • She was equally attentive in her care of the others, but the rag baby "Gloriana," who had found a home in Jim Carter's cabin at the Ridge, living too far for daily visits, was brought down regularly on Saturday afternoon to Mary's house by Jim, tucked in asleep in his saddle bags or riding gallantly before him on the horn of his saddle.

    Selected Stories of Bret Harte

  • "Gloriana" was to the mind of his wife a "heathen goddess," while Mrs. Carlyle, with reference to her favourite dog "Nero," was in her turn nicknamed "Agrippina."

    Thomas Carlyle

  • The best example - and the place to start - would be Or Else #2, "Gloriana," where a sunset turns into something altogether more unusual and magical.

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