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The Muses of a Middle Aged Woman

The Muses of a Middle Aged Woman Author Jackie Cecil
ISBN-10 9781312347588
Release 2014-07-11
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Written in journal form you will find transparent “muses” or thoughts on the authors past choices. In these retraced memories as the author seeks emotional healing for herself, her desire shifts to share that growth with others. Over and over her muses push the readers to face their wounds and to destroy the devils within themselves. From the 1st Muse to the 70th Muse one can feel the author’s growth from a wounded soul to coaching others over the finish line.



Muses

Muses Author Farid Abdelouahab
ISBN-10 208020243X
Release 2015-09-01
Pages 235
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The stories of thirty-three women who enthralled society's artistic geniuses and thus inspired the creation of some of the greatest works of the past two centuries. American Lee Miller was a successful model before traveling to Paris to become the apprentice, lover, and muse of Man Ray; Nancy Cunard, British writer, heiress, and political activist, was a lover to numerous members of the twentieth century's art and literary circles, including Ezra Pound and T.S. Eliot; Parisian-born artist and poet Dora Maar had a profound influence on her infamous lover, Pablo Picasso. While the lives of these women were very different in most aspects, they shared the ability to awaken fervor in and to influence the work of their Pygmalion painters, writers, or photographers. The vision of the artist and his muse remains an integral part of our notion of artistic creation, and the collaboration of these interwoven destinies continues to fascinate historians, art appreciators, feminists, and general readers alike.



Insurgent Muse

Insurgent Muse Author Terry Wolverton
ISBN-10 0872864030
Release 2002-08-01
Pages 240
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An artist's memoir of her years at the Woman's Building, pivotal institution of West Coast cultural feminism.



Farewell to the Muse Love War and the Women of Surrealism

Farewell to the Muse  Love  War and the Women of Surrealism Author Whitney Chadwick
ISBN-10 9780500774052
Release 2017-11-14
Pages 256
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A fascinating examination of the ambitions and friendships of a talented group of midcentury women artists Farewell to the Muse documents what it meant to be young, ambitious, and female in the context of an avant-garde movement defined by celebrated men whose backgrounds were often quite different from those of their younger lovers and companions. Focusing on the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s, Whitney Chadwick charts five female friendships among the Surrealists to show how Surrealism, female friendship, and the experiences of war, loss, and trauma shaped individual women’s transitions from someone else’s muse to mature artists in their own right. Her vivid account includes the fascinating story of Claude Cahun and Suzanne Malherbe in occupied Jersey, as well as the experiences of Lee Miller and Valentine Penrose at the front line. Chadwick draws on personal correspondence between women, including the extraordinary letters between Leonora Carrington and Leonor Fini during the months following the arrest and imprisonment of Carrington’s lover Max Ernst and the letter Frida Kahlo shared with her friend and lover Jacqueline Lamba years after it was written in the late 1930s. This history brings a new perspective to the political context of Surrealism as well as fresh insights on the vital importance of female friendship to its progress.



Middle aged Women in the Middle Ages

Middle aged Women in the Middle Ages Author Sue Niebrzydowski
ISBN-10 9781843842828
Release 2011
Pages 153
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New research into medieval women from the Anglo-Saxon to the late medieval period demonstrates their energy, defiance and wit.



The Lives of the Muses

The Lives of the Muses Author Francine Prose
ISBN-10 9780061748509
Release 2009-03-17
Pages 448
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All loved, and were loved by, their artists, and inspired them with an intensity of emotion akin to Eros. In a brilliant, wry, and provocative book, National Book Award finalist Francine Prose explores the complex relationship between the artist and his muse. In so doing, she illuminates with great sensitivity and intelligence the elusive emotional wellsprings of the creative process.



Dangerous Women

Dangerous Women Author Laura Adler
ISBN-10 2080201492
Release 2013
Pages 155
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Traces the influence and legacies of 60 mythical and real seductive women from biblical times to the present day, from Eve and Cleopatra to Helen of Troy and Scheherazade, demonstrating how their alluring charms inspired lovers to wage war, forfeit power and change the laws of their times, in a volume complemented by iconic works of art.



Rediscovering the Muses

Rediscovering the Muses Author Kimberly Marshall
ISBN-10 1555532195
Release 1995-03-01
Pages 352
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This pioneering collection of essays by musicologists, ethnographers, classicists, and historians describes the lost and marginalized musical traditions of women of both non-Western and Western cultures.



The Convention of the Muses

The Convention of the Muses Author Ella Skinner Bates
ISBN-10 HARVARD:HXDGVA
Release 1891
Pages 8
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The Convention of the Muses has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Convention of the Muses also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Convention of the Muses book for free.



Minerva and the Muse

Minerva and the Muse Author Joan Von Mehren
ISBN-10 1558490159
Release 1996-02
Pages 398
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Writer, teacher and feminist, Margaret Fuller (1810-1850) was a major figure in American intellectual life. This biography describes Fuller's evolution as a woman and a writer, encompassing her career as editor of the Dial, journalist for the New York Tribune and other literary achievements.



The Muse

The Muse Author Thaddäus J. Ropac
ISBN-10 UOM:39015046013135
Release 1995
Pages 175
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The Muse has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Muse also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Muse book for free.



The Metallic Muse

The Metallic Muse Author Lloyd Biggle, Jr.
ISBN-10 9780809531677
Release 2003-09
Pages 228
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Lloyd Biggie is not only a writer, but also a musician. In THE METALLIC MUSE he has included seven science fiction stories, written over several years, all of which in some way relate to the arts. Thoroughly entertaining and provocative, many of the stories explore the intricate relationship between life and art, and all of them contain very pertinent ideas about present and future experience. Superbly demonstrating their author's depth of insight to the human condition, they offer to all who read them an intriguing blend of accurate analysis and sometimes devastating speculation.



Not a Muse

Not a Muse Author Kate Rogers
ISBN-10 988180941X
Release 2010-05-15
Pages 516
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A vibrant, contemporary anthology of poetry by over 100 contributors from 24 countries. This collection is the first to capture the voices of women in the 21st century. Stellar work from literary luminaries such as Margaret Atwood, Erica Jong and Sharon Olds. Chapters are divided intuitively into: Woman as Creator; Woman as Family; Woman as Archetype; Woman as Explorer; Woman as Myth Maker; Woman as Home Maker; Woman as Landscape; Woman as Lover; Woman as Freedom Fighter; Woman as Keeper of Secrets; Woman as Keeper of Memories; Woman Ageing.



The Muses of Resistance

The Muses of Resistance Author Donna Landry
ISBN-10 052137412X
Release 1990
Pages 325
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In this challenging 1990 study, Donna Landry shows how an understanding of the remarkable but neglected careers of laboring-class women poets in the eighteenth century provokes a reassessment of our ideas concerning the literature of the period. Poets such as the washerwoman Mary Collier, the milkwoman Ann Yearsley, the domestic servants Mary Leapor and Elizabeth Hands, the dairywoman Janet Little, and the slave Phyllis Wheatley can be seen adapting the conventions of polite verse for the purposes of social criticism. Some of their strategies relate to earlier texts, revealing ideological blind spots in the tropes of male poets. Elsewhere, they made interesting innovations in poetic form. Mary Leapor's 'Crumble Hall', for instance, by attending to sexual politics, extends the critique of aristocratic privilege in the country-house poem beyond that of Pope and Crabbe. In Ann Yearsley's verse, landscape description, historical narrative, and philosophical meditation are infused with political comment. Historically important, technically impressive and often aesthetically innovative, the poetic achievements of these plebeian women writers constitute an exciting literary discovery.



The Muses females are

The Muses females are Author Robert C. Evans
ISBN-10 UOM:39015037466342
Release 1995-06-01
Pages 315
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This volume offers diverse perspectives on the recently published "Memorandum" of Martha Moulsworth, a fascinating woman who in 1632 wrote one of the first autobiographical poems in the English language. Moulsworth's poem, which issues a startlingly early and radical call for educational equality, provides one of our best "inside views" of the life of a Renaissance woman, and the poem is also one of the few writings about widowhood written by an early modern widow. Yet the poem is also highly sophisticated as a work of art, and it has already proven its appeal to a wide variety of readers, including both beginning students and noted scholars and critics. The present book builds on the first edition of Moulsworth's poem - "My Name Was Martha": A Renaissance Woman's Autobiographical Poem (Locust Hill, 1993). The new volume offers extensive additional biographical information about Moulsworth herself, and it also presents readings of the poem as a poem and as a piece of autobiography. The book also considers such broader issues as the myth of the muses, the role of education in the Renaissance, the status of wives and widows, and the ideals and realities of early modern marriage. Moulsworth's poem emerges as an even richer work when viewed from so many different perspectives. Moulsworth, however, is hardly the only Renaissance woman writer examined in this volume. Many essayists use Moulsworth as a touchstone for discussing numerous other authors, including such figures as Roger Ascham, Anne Bradstreet, Margaret Cavendish (the Duchess of Newcastle), Lady Anne Clifford, An Collins, Queen Elizabeth I, Elizabeth Grymston, Lady Elizabeth Langham, Aemilia Lanyer, Bathsua Makin, Elizabeth Melville, Richard Mulcaster, Katherine Philips, Mary Sidney (the Countess of Pembroke), Rachel Speght, Hester Wiat, and Lady Mary Wroth (to name a few).



Memory Muses Memoir

Memory  Muses  Memoir Author Deb Everson Borofka
ISBN-10 9781440180330
Release 2009-12
Pages 212
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Why is the memoir genre so important? What is it that drives us to tell our own stories? The ancient Greek myth of Goddess Memory, and her daughters, the Muses, offers new ways to re-enter the stories of our lives and shape them in surprising ways. Mnemosyne's birthing of the Muses underscores her commitment to express all of the facets of her personal story: grief, joy, love, body, breath, history, spirituality, reverie, and humor. The memoirist follows Mnemosyne's imaginal lineage in crafting all memoirs. Memories live in matter, in the very cells of our bodies. Writing our life stories allows us to consider the content of our experiences, the plurality of perspectives from which we can choose to shape them, and the use that we want to make of them. We may choose to write for many reasons, psychological, physical, and cultural healing being just a few. This book suggests the exploration of an imaginable field is possible when we look at how figures from Greek mythology continue to inspire contemporary life writing.



The Playwright s Muse

The Playwright s Muse Author Joan Herrington
ISBN-10 9781136542121
Release 2013-05-13
Pages 320
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First Published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.