Cordley, Richard. A History of Lawrence, Kansas. Lawrence, KS: Lawrence
Journal Press, 1895. ———. The Lawrence Massacre. Lawrence, KS: J.S.
Broughton, 1865. Heitz, Lisa Hefner. Haunted Kansas: Ghost Stories and Other
Author: Paul Thomas
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Founded in 1854 as an abolitionist outpost, Lawrence is a seemingly unassuming college town with a long history of hauntings. A ghostly guest never checked out of the Eldridge Hotel's mysterious room 506. Sigma Nu's fraternity house, the former home of Kansas's eighteenth governor, is still haunted by the specter of a young woman. Learn the tragic stories of Pete Vinegar, George Albach and Lizzie Madden and uncover the devilish truth behind the "legend" of Stull Cemetery. Author Paul Thomas reveals the ghoulish history behind these stories and many more.
She has a pair of lovely eyes, and her voice is really magnificent;" and that night
his dreams were haunted, not by the ... Had Rose Haliburton known how '
persistently " Miss Wallace's " face had haunted Lawrence since he saw her, how
Cooks and nursery women also cared for the Lawrence family's bodies in
intimate ways by preparing food and looking after the health and welfare of the Lawrence children. The greater the employee's access to and responsibility for
Author: Ann Laura Stoler
Publisher: Duke University Press
DIVA groundbreaking interdisciplinary collection that rethinks the connection between the intimate and United States colonial and postcolonial histories./div
likeness haunted her ! -of a certain picture of Samson and Delilah in the family
bible . As an ally stronger than all others against Katharine Fane , she had joined
issue with Steven's wife an hour before ; yet had she never liked - never trusted ...
Hekept irregular hours - oft times workVina , now became Lawrence ' s nurse ,
ing hard all day at his desk and ... that he Lawrence of his former relations with
who had never made a foe in his life was Mrs . Gault . haunted by enemies .
Mr . Lawrence brought his family with him to Hinton , but , doubtless , the
manifestations were too much for them ; he only stayed in the house for a year ,
and then left it suddenly . After this , the Manor House was never occupied .
There he encounters Hodge, the new cannery superintendent who seems bent on defrauding the salmon fisherman. King resolves to bring Hodge to justice and unveil the related secret of the Haunted Crags.
Author: Lawrence J. Hunt
Hoping to earn money for his senior year at college, King returns to Alaskan fishing territory. There he encounters Hodge, the new cannery superintendent who seems bent on defrauding the salmon fisherman. King resolves to bring Hodge to justice and unveil the related secret of the Haunted Crags.
Author: William Witherle LawrencePublish On: 2018-02-05
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Author: William Witherle Lawrence
Publisher: Sagwan Press
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The thought of her mother's face haunted him incessantly . Rather than meet it
without her , he would never , he said to himself , see it at all again . He sought at
first hopefully , then wildly , despairingly , as the wife and friends of Shelley
Chapter VIII THE OTHER ITALY: D. H. LA WR E N CE AMONG modern British
writers, no one has expressed more forcefully his discontent with the state of
twentieth-century European civilization than D. H. Lawrence. In works in a variety
Author: Dennis Porter
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Focusing on travel journals by writers, navigators, philosophers, scientists, and anthropologists--from the eighteenth-century grand tour to the modern period--Dennis Porter explores how male authors at different historical moments conceptualized and represented the lands they encountered. Efforts to portray unfamiliar peoples and cultures are shown to give rise to rich and complex works, in which individual psychic investments frequently subvert an inherited cultural discourse. In exploring the various uses and pleasures of travel, Porter interprets it as a transgressive activity animated by desire and haunted by different forms of guilt. Broad in its historical scope and interdisciplinary in its approach, the book draws on literary theory, psychoanalysis, gender criticism, and the social history of ideas. Texts analyzed include works by Boswell, Diderot, Bougainville, Cook, Stendhal, Darwin, Flaubert, Freud, D. H. Lawrence, T. E. Lawrence, Gide, Lvi-Strauss, Barthes, and V. S. Naipaul. Originally published in 1990. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.
Shaw portrayed Lawrence as Private Meekin Too TrueTo Be Good anditwas
Shaw who gavethe BroughSuperior motorcycle toLawrence asagift; 'it waslike
handing aloaded guntoa wouldbe suicide' Shawsaid afterwards. The Shaws
Author: John Lawrence McLaughlinPublish On: 2019-04-08
Trash Heap At The End Of The World.
Author: John Lawrence McLaughlin
Publisher: Independently Published
Trash Heap At The End Of The World. It's a funny name for a town, doncha' think? Well it's not really the town's name but it should be. Crystal Cove is a picturesque little town on the coast of New Jersey. Long a tourist destination known for its white beaches, bountiful wildlife and beautifully restored Victorian homes, Crystal Cove can lay claim to some other surprising facts. It was once a haven for pirates and the place is rich with history and ghosts. Old military cemeteries and haunted buildings blanket the town and whether you believe in that stuff or not, too much has happened here to simply discount the possibilities.It is in this eclectic little town that four childhood friends are growing up. To Chris, Susie, Buddy and Dawn, the only thing that matters to them is the approaching summer with all the possibilities for fun and adventure that await. However, the town and its history will have something to say about all that.
Lawrence Epstein's The Haunted Smile tackles a subject both poignant and delightful: the story of Jewish comedians in America.
Author: Lawrence J. Epstein
Category: Performing Arts
Lawrence Epstein's The Haunted Smile tackles a subject both poignant and delightful: the story of Jewish comedians in America. For the past century and more, American comedy has drawn its strength and soul from the comic genius of Jewish performers and writers. An incomplete listing of names makes the point: The Marx Brothers, Jack Benny, Fanny Brice, George Burns, Milton Berle, Jackie Mason, Joan Rivers, Rodney Dangerfield, Mel Brooks, Alan King, Mort Sahl, Buddy Hackett, Woody Allen, Lenny Bruce, Andy Kaufman, Richard Belzer, Jerry Seinfeld. These men and women, among others, form the canon of Jewish-American comedy. In the words of the Detroit Jewish News, The Haunted Smile "offers us a deep and subtle understanding of how Jewish culture and American openness gave birth to a new style of entertainment." Often the best way to illuminate a point is to recount some of these comedians' own brilliant routines, and Epstein uses the comedian's work to great effect, making for a book that is both a thoughtful work of history and a great deal of fun.
Harry Thornton Moore, David Herbert Lawrence, Jack Lindsay, Herbert Read
Mervyn Levy ... Mr Lawrence thought it was rather good ” , the boy replied . ... The
picture seems to have haunted Lawrence ' s imagination for a number of years .
LAWRENCE COUNTY Soko Lawrence County was organized in 1818 and
named for naval CapItain James Lawrence , who died in 1813 on board his ship ,
the Chesapeake , of wounds he received during a battle with the British frigate ...
Author: Wanda Lou Willis
Publisher: Clerisy Press
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Wanda Lou Willis takes readers on a frightening journey across Indiana, exploring haunted houses, rivers, and other locations. Supplemented with excellent original maps, photos, and illustrations, Haunted Hoosier Trails is a collection of spooky tales and real-life horror stories that doubles as a Halloween travel guide.
For years horses , serving as incidental symbols , had haunted Lawrence's
imagination . Their great haunches urgent with massive fire , the horses of The
Rainbow fill Ursula with awe . In Women in Love a horse confronts the inorganic
The idea of male dominance which haunted Lawrence in the twenties is there ,
too , but only in the form of a dominant man who finds no real resistance in his
woman . The idea of both men and women going beyond marriage into a fuller ...
Author: John Worthen
This Seductive and Engaging Biography offers a bold reappraisal of a man who was deeply uncomfortable in his own skin. Lawrence's fascination with the body and his determination to articulate its every experience brought about his notorious reputation, and ultimately, his literary redemption. What emerges in John Worthen's portrait is an intimate and absolutely compelling study of an individual in angry revolt against his class, culture, and country--a man passionately struggling to live in accordance with his beliefs.
... which seems to have haunted Lawrence all his life and is one of the central
experiences repeatedly enacted in his novels and stories . " 139 But then , the
kind of physical conjunction Lawrence has in mind does not depend on