Former heroin addict Hunter, 39, of Carmen Sylva
Road, Craig y Don, Llandudno, pleaded guilty at the town's magistrates to burgling a seafront hotel where a director caught him stealing 30kgs of sirloin steak.
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Despite the example of his queen, who was an untiring author of plays, poems, and novels in several languages under the pseudonym Carmen Sylva
, the literary culture remained limited.
Other women writers also used pen names: Dora d'Istria (Princess Elena Ghica), Smara (Smaranda Gheorghiu) or Carmen Sylva
(Elisabeta de Neuwied, Queen of Romania).
guadagnandosi la stima e l'amicizia di letterati stranieri, come ad esempio della regina Elisabetta di Romania, poetessa di lingua tedesca che firmava i suoi versi col bucolico pseudonimo di Carmen Sylva
, ed arrivando persino ad essere proposta per il Nobel della letteratura, che verra poi, per ragioni di opportunita politica, assegnato alla pur grande Grazia Deledda.
Her brief stay, just over four weeks, is commemorated by Roumania Drive, and Carmen Sylva
Road (after her poetic name) Princess Diana with Prince Charles at Gresford Colliery in 1982.
Colin McCall, 41, of Carmen Sylva
Road, Llandudno, had signed four cheques belonging to his parents to pay pounds 1,500, Caernarfon Crown Court was told.
Miah, of Carmen Sylva
Way in Llandudno, was sent to jail for four and a half years.
An impressive number of examples of this networking could be found during the different presentations dealing with the concrete examples of Anglophone and German women authors, Eugenie Marlitt or Carmen Sylva
At around 8pm we noticed a gang of around eight youths fooling about near the shelter on Craig y Don promenade between Queens Road and Carmen Sylva
The parking offence occurred on April 17 and the PC involved spoke to car driver Inger Karlson, 62, of Carmen Sylva
Road, Llandudno, on the day.
The same idea of restitution has perhaps led the editors to include three poets of highly interesting personality but lesser talent: Veronica Micle, the romantic partner of the Romanian national bard, Mihai Eminescu; Matilda Cugler Poni; and Carmen Sylva
, the pen name of Romania's Queen Elisabeth at the turn of the century.