3 edition of Miss Hurd found in the catalog.
Anna Katharine Green
Microfiche (negative). Louisville, [Ky.] : Lost Cause Press, 1975. 5 sheets ; 10.5 x 14.8 cm. (Wright, L. H. American fiction, 1876-1900, no. 4659)
|Statement||by Anna Katharine Green (Mrs. Charles Rohlfs)|
|Series||Wright American fiction -- v. 3 (1876-1900), no.4659|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 357 p.|
|Number of Pages||357|
EBB's Second Book, the Doheny Copy. Elizabeth Barrett Browning's first mature work, and her first regularly published book. Her first book, The Battle of Marathon, was privately printed for her father in an edition of only 50 copies when she was 14 years old. It . MISS HURD, BRIDE OF JOHN B. CUMINGS; Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hurd Martied in Church of the Incarnation. CHARLOTTE E. BEYER WEDS Marries Cedric A. Major and They Leave for Alaska on.
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presence of Miss Hurd, the newspaper adviser and English teacher who would become my mentor and my muse. A formidable, solidly built woman with salt-and-pepper hair, a steely eye and a flat Boston accent, Miss Hurd had no patience with layabouts. “What are all you goof-offs doing here?” she bellowed at the would-be journalists. from Dust Tracks on a Road by Zora Neale Huston Page 4 of 5 That was only the beginning. The next day I received an Episcopal hymnbook bound in white leather with a golden cross stamped into the front cover, a copy of The Swiss Family Robinson, and a book of fairy tales.
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Miss Hurd: an Enigma Paperback – January 1, by Anna Katherine (Mrs Charles Rohlfs) Green (Author)Author: Anna Katherine (Mrs Charles Rohlfs) Green. Miss Hurd: An Enigma. Anna Katharine Green. G.P. Putnam's Sons, - Dime novels - pages. 0 Reviews.
Preview this book. Miss Hurd in the garb of a working woman, and with a working woman’s bundle in her lap, but striking as ever in her appearance—possibly more so,—and as conspicuous among the mass of commonplace people surrounding her as she had ever been when clad in the habiliments of a lady and moving among persons of her own rank in life, A dozen men.
Hurd. Hurd is the art/music teacher at Jerome Horwitz Elementary School. She is often called Droopy Drawers by Mr. Krupp, because her pants are constantly falling name is a pun on the word "misheard." Alter Ego.
DJ Drowsy Drawers: A villainous disk jockey who puts everyone to sleep with boring ng the annual school dance party, she was Age: 60s. Miss Hurd introduced Gage into journalism, which promoted him to have a splendid life. Eventually, Gage stated that Miss Hurd had asked him.
Miss Hurd was one of the first to call me on Dec. 10,when President Reagan, in his television address after the summit meetings with Gorbachev, toldthe nation that Eleni Gatzoyiannis’ dying cry, “ My children!” had helped inspire him to seek an arms agreement “forFile Size: 92KB.
Miss Hurd inspired Gage to express himself in writing and kindled his passion for writing. Expressing his grief and pain into writing by sharing his. Miss Hurd also submitted the essay to a contest sponsored by the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, Pa., and it won a medal. Where else did Ms.
Hurd submit his story to and what was the outcome. He vowed, he would go back to Greece, find out the details of his mother's death and write about her life, so her grandchildren would know of her.
It was Miss Hurd who “directed [his] grief and pain into writing,” inspired him to become an investigative reporter, foreign correspondent, and writer of the much- acclaimed book about his mother’s life, Eleni.
Can you recall a teacher who had a specialFile Size: 80KB. Miss Hurd: An Enigma Anna Katharine Green. Published by G. Putnam's Sons,Hardcover. Save for Later. Full refunds if not satisfied within 3 days of receipt of book. Bob Brindamour Hillstown Rd. Manchester, CT () Shipping Terms.
New York: G. Putnam's Sons, First printing (same date on TP and CP and no additional printings listed). Wright (vol 3) no.
Blue cloth with gilt titles and decoration on the spine. The spine is slanted. Some scuffing to the boards. turns his mother’s story into a popular book.
Gage gets many honors for his writing. For all these honors, he is grateful to Miss Hurd. Gage dedicates this essay to her. PURPOSE FOR READING: (1) Contrast the Greek heritage from the Southern.
Miss Hurd enrolled in Bible studies, accepted the truths she heard, and joined the Adventist church in her home town, Lemoore, California. After camp meeting, ministers Loughborough and Ings held a meeting at Lemoore inviting members to send out Signs of the Times accompanied by personal correspondence.
Genre/Form: Mystery fiction Dime novels: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Green, Anna Katharine, Miss Hurd. New York ; London: G.P. Putnam's. Miss Hurd–An Enigma () Dr.
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Miss Hurd was indeed a motivation to Nicholas Gage in his becoming a successful writer. Other factors that motivated Gage would have contributed to his success in any field he chose to pursue. Gage relished the attention and encouragement from Miss Hurd.
Her uncompromising demands focused his energies into the field of writing. What is in the huge box that Mrs. Johnstone and Miss Hurd send Zora from Minnesota. Books of stories and used high-quality clothes fill the box Which ancient Greek hero does Zora decide to. This book fits very well my predilection for stories with stupendous heroines, be them old Miss Marple or young Marie Louise.
Perhaps AKG's approach to genders' roles might be considered nowadays as too unsatisfactory but, nevertheless, the protagonist values of mental strength and integrity are an ageless, difficult to achieve, goal for all of us/5. Genre/Form: Electronic books Fiction: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Green, Anna Katharine, Miss Hurd.
New York: Putnam, The ladies, Mrs. Johnstone and Miss Hurd, invite Hurston (or Zora, as I'm sure she would have been known to them), to the hotel they are staying at .William Van Horne was one of North America's most accomplished men.
Born in Illinois inhe became a prominent railway figure in the United States before coming to Canada in to become general manager of the fledgling Canadian Pacific Railway.
Van Horne pushed through construction of the CPR's transcontinental line and went on to become company president.3/5(1).