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By Sybille Bedford

At the marriage of Julius von Felden and Melanie Merz, the fortunes of 2 households are a little bit fatally entwined. In A Legacy, Sybille Bedford depicts their enormously assorted worlds - the rich bourgeois lifetime of the Merzes in Berlin and the aristocratic eccentricity of the von Felden dynasty in rural Baden. Portrayed with beautiful wit and acute commentary, their own upheavals and tragedies are set opposed to the menacing backdrop of a newly unified Germany mixed with Prussian militarism within the a long time prior to the 1st global battle. comprises an advent through the writer.

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130-166. Mary Jane Lupton, Maya Angelou: A Critical Companion, 1998. —Francoise Lionnet Annie Allen. The second book of poems by Gwendolyn * Brooks, Annie Allen (1949) won the Eunice Tietjens Prize offered by Poetry Magazine and the 1950 Pulitzer Prize for poetry. " Somewhat more complex than some of her earlier poems, "The Anniad" is an exercise in various poetic techniques, employing a diction associated more often with the epic form. The protagonist is not "heroic" in the usual sense of the term, but her ability to survive is just as "heroic" as any figure from classical literature.

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