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by Jean Burden
- ISBN: 0449900339
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- Author: Jean Burden
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Fawcett Columbine; Unabridged Version edition (1980)
- Pages: 192 pages
- FB2 size: 1121 kb
- EPUB size: 1297 kb
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Many books of hours were made for women Very rarely the books included prayers specifically composed for their owners, but more often the texts are adapted to their tastes or sex, including th. .
Many books of hours were made for women. There is some evidence that they were sometimes given as a wedding present from a husband to his bride Although the most heavily illuminated books of hours were enormously expensive, a small book with little or no illumination was affordable much more widely, and increasingly so during the 15th century. Very rarely the books included prayers specifically composed for their owners, but more often the texts are adapted to their tastes or sex, including the inclusion of their names in prayers.
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This book was originally published in 1963. It has 128 pages of awesome vintage illustrations by Harry Marinsky. The book features 191 different house plants, many different window garden layouts and lots of tips and how-to's. Measurements: . 5" H x . 5" W x . " D. The book is in good vintage condition, just a bit of color fade at the top of the hardcover portion and some curling of the book jacket, but nothing that detracts from the overall beauty of the book. It would be a lovely gift for any special plant lover in your life.
Burden received the only two-year scholarship offered to women to attend the University of Chicago where she studied under Thornton Wilder and graduated in 1936. She and her husband David were married from 1940 to 1949.
Wilder described The Woman of Andros as his first novel, ‘in the sense,’ he.She believes that life’s most difficult burden is ‘ the incommunicability of love.
Wilder described The Woman of Andros as his first novel, ‘in the sense,’ he said, ‘that the others were collections of tales, novelettes, bound together by a slight tie that identified them as belonging to the same group. Albert & Charles Boni, Inc. published the book February 21, 1930 – 30,000 copies in a prepublication printing, and 20,000 more on the day of publication. The book flap copy quoted the Boston Evening Transcript critic who had hailed Wilder as one of the ‘most discussed figures in the English speaking world.