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Fri Mar 21 17:12:49 2014 UTClccn-n500137760.08Queen Elizabeth and the Spanish Armada0.331.00Victor Jeremy Jerome papers,62075554Frances_Winwarn 5001377649254Grebanier, FrancesGrebanier, Frances Vinciguera, 1900-1985Grebanier, Frances Vinciguerra, 1900-1985Lazemby, Frances, 1900-1985Lazenby, Frances, 1900-1985Vinciguerra, Frances, 1900-1985Vinciguerra, Francesca, 1900-1985Vinciguerra, Francesca 1900- Wirklicher NameWebb, Frances Vinciguerra, 1900-1985Winwar, Frances, pseud.فرانسيس ونوار، 1900-1985lccn-n79043688Browning, Robert1812-1889lccn-n79067862Browning, Elizabeth Barrett1806-1861lccn-n79042038Wilde, Oscar1854-1900lccn-n79029745Poe, Edgar Allan1809-1849lccn-n79008220Rousseau, Jean-Jacques1712-1778lccn-n78081235Sand, George1804-1876np-rossetti, dante gabriel$1828 1882Rossetti, Dante Gabriel1828-1882lccn-n78087605Boccaccio, Giovanni1313-1375lccn-n79081476Whitman, Walt1819-1892lccn-n93009354John Davis Batchelder Collection (Library of Congress)Winwar, Frances1900-1985HistoryFictionBiographyFrame-storiesDramaJuvenile worksBibliographyMusical settingsBrowning, Robert,StorytellingPlagueEuropeBrowning, Elizabeth Barrett,MarriageWilde, Oscar,Poe, Edgar Allan,Authors, IrishFriendshipRossetti, Dante Gabriel,Pre-RaphaelitismRousseau, Jean-Jacques,Sand, George,Whitman, Walt,EnglandNapoleon--I,--Emperor of the French,Keats, John,Byron, George Gordon Byron,--Baron,Shelley, Percy Bysshe,D'Annunzio, Gabriele,Duse, Eleonora,Elizabeth--I,--Queen of England,Rais, Gilles de,Joan,--of Arc, Saint,Waterloo, Battle of (Belgium : 1815)Belgium--WaterlooMilitary leadershipWordsworth, William,Wordsworth, Dorothy,Coleridge, Samuel Taylor,Boccaccio, Giovanni,CivilizationItalyOperas--LibrettosMassachusetts--SalemItalian fictionCarlos,--Prince of Asturias,Duplessis, Marie,Liszt, Franz,EmperorsChappell, Warren,Fourteenth centuryArmada (1588)Authors, EnglishEngland--LondonIllustrated booksTravelEnglish fictionWilde, Oscar1900198519271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196319641966196719681969197119721974197519821987198819911998200016098100347928.2PQ4272.E5ocn001382734ocn001184489ocn005041517ocn849711634ocn655292548ocn573928022159618ocn000302012book19300.27Winwar, FrancesThe immortal lovers: Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning, a biographyBiography"Quoting freely from the work of both poets, this fictionized biography revives the familiar love story of Elizabeth and Robert Browning141817ocn000753719book19400.37Winwar, FrancesOscar Wilde and the yellow 'ninetiesBiographyBibliography14069ocn000777550book19590.24Winwar, FrancesThe haunted palace : a life of Edgar Allan PoeThe author unfolds the psychological story of a man afflicted all his life by his own extreme sensitivity. Yet in his brief tormented life, Poe managed to produce stories, poems and essays of such literary merit as to make him a powerful influence in American and European letters117512ocn000372275book19610.35Winwar, FrancesJean-Jacques Rousseau : conscience of an era /Frances WinwarBiographyAn intimate biography of the philosopher delineating his years of poverty, struggle, and non-recognition, his years of exile from France, Switzerland, and England, and his influence on political and social thought108812ocn000228607book19330.47Winwar, FrancesPoor splendid wings; the Rossettis and their circle106424ocn000339582book19450.39Winwar, FrancesThe life of the heart; George Sand and her times9529ocn001283080book19410.39Winwar, FrancesAmerican giant : Walt Whitman and his timesBiography8188ocn001382734book19300.37Boccaccio, GiovanniThe Decameron of Giovanni BoccaccioHistoryFictionFrame-storiesOne hundred tales, told in days by seven ladies and three young men69512ocn011057365book19560.47Winwar, FrancesWingless victory; a biography of Gabriele d'Annunzio and Eleonora Duse6298ocn003030915book19350.39Winwar, FrancesThe romantic rebelsA study of Byron, Shelley and Keats56710ocn000398517book19540.08Winwar, FrancesQueen Elizabeth and the Spanish ArmadaGrades 7-85224ocn000401217book19530.12Winwar, FrancesNapoleon and the Battle of Waterloo5207ocn000306073book19480.35Winwar, FrancesThe Saint and the devil; Joan of Arc and Gilles de Rais, a biographical study in good and evil46311ocn000328175book19380.53Winwar, FrancesFarewell the banner; " ... three persons and one soul ..." Coleridge, Wordsworth and Dorothy4102ocn001196934book19570.17Winwar, FrancesElizabeth, the romantic story of Elizabeth Barrett BrowningLife of Elizabeth Barrett Browning from childhood to death, including biographical material about her father as well as her husband3175ocn000408920book19510.08Winwar, FrancesThe land of the Italian peopleHistoryJuvenile worksAn introduction to the people, geography, history, and culture of the bootshaped peninsula of the Mediterranean which for centuries was a leader of western civilization2594ocn002532900book19380.50Winwar, FrancesPuritan City; the story of SalemHistory22910ocn001393157book19530.29Winwar, FrancesThe eagle and the rockFiction1994ocn001184489book19500.37Verdi, GiuseppeDon Carlo : opera in four actsMusical settingsDrama1938ocn001836761book19540.39Winwar, FrancesThe last love of Camille, a novelFiction11ocn702200823mix1.00Jerome, V. JVictor Jeremy Jerome papersCorrespondence, writings, research notes, biographical material, obituaries and eulogies, and other personal and family papers of Victor J. Jerome, American communist, writer, editor of Political Affairs, and political activist. The bulk of the papers relate primarily to Jerome's activities with the American Communist Party during the period from 1930 to 1965. Of special interest is correspondence relating to Jerome's trial and conviction for violation of the Smith Act (1952); correspondence with Dashiell Hammett relating to "The Committee to Defend V. J. Jerome" (1952); prison correspondence (1953-1957); and correspondence with notable American communists relating to the organization of the Communist Party in the United States. Also of importance are printed and manuscript copies of Jerome's writings, including his two autobiographical novels, A Lantern For Jeremy and The Paper Bridge, as well as his numerous newspaper and periodical contributions. Important correspondents include Herbert Aptheker, Ella Reeve Bloor, W. E. B. DuBois, Howard Fast, Rockwell Kent, Alfred Kreymborg, Archibald MacLeish, Dashiell Hammett, and Paul RobesonFri Mar 21 15:34:54 EDT 2014batch18558