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Such a wonderful little book

Such a wonderful little book

Katharine Lee Bates Facts: Known for: writing "America the Beautiful" lyrics; scholarly works of literary criticism. Katharine Lee Bates lived for twenty-five years with Katharine Coman in a committed partnership that has sometimes been described as a "romantic friendship." Bates wrote, after Coman died, "So much of me died with Katharine Coman that I'm sometimes not quite sure whether I'm alive or not."

Katharine Lee Bates Facts: Known for: writing "America the Beautiful" lyrics; scholarly works of literary criticism. Katharine Lee Bates lived for twenty-five years with Katharine Coman in a committed partnership that has sometimes been described as a "romantic friendship." Bates wrote, after Coman died, "So much of me died with Katharine Coman that I'm sometimes not quite sure whether I'm alive or not."

This is a wonderful memoir. From Publishers Weekly: "This book transcends categorization as memoir, literary criticism or social history, though it is superb as all three."

This is a wonderful memoir. From Publishers Weekly: "This book transcends categorization as memoir, literary criticism or social history, though it is superb as all three."

So saith J.R.R. Tolkien.

So saith J.R.R. Tolkien.

Susan Ackerman Columbia University Press, 2005 - Literary Criticism - 353 pages 4 Reviews  Toward the end of the Mesopotamian Epic of Gilgamesh King Gilgamesh laments the untimely death of his comrade Enkidu, "my friend whom I loved dearly." Similarly in the Bible, David mourns his companion, Jonathan, whose "love to me was wonderful, greater than the love of women." These passages, along with other ambiguous erotic and sexual language found in the Gilgamesh epic and the biblical David…

Susan Ackerman Columbia University Press, 2005 - Literary Criticism - 353 pages 4 Reviews Toward the end of the Mesopotamian Epic of Gilgamesh King Gilgamesh laments the untimely death of his comrade Enkidu, "my friend whom I loved dearly." Similarly in the Bible, David mourns his companion, Jonathan, whose "love to me was wonderful, greater than the love of women." These passages, along with other ambiguous erotic and sexual language found in the Gilgamesh epic and the biblical David…

JD Salinger and The Catcher in the Rye by William Hitching. $3.60. 42 pages

JD Salinger and The Catcher in the Rye by William Hitching. $3.60. 42 pages

Sorbet, A Skirt And Tunic, By Paul Poiret    c.1912  -  The Victoria And Albert Museum

Sorbet, A Skirt And Tunic, By Paul Poiret c.1912 - The Victoria And Albert Museum

Very interesting so far.

Very interesting so far.

Good Poems, American Places

Good Poems, American Places

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