Romola


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Romola

cares lovingly for her blind father, provides for her husband’s mistress and children, and is kind to all who suffer. [Br. Lit.: George Eliot Romola]
References in classic literature ?
On this Friday she buried her face in the blooming geraniums on Miss Maxwell's plant-stand, selected Romola from one of the bookcases, and sank into a seat by the window with a sigh of infinite content, She glanced at the clock now and then, remembering the day on which she had been so immersed in David Copperfield that the Riverboro train had no place in her mind.
There were not Romolas to read all the time, though, and I had to devolve upon inferior authors for my fiction the greater part of the time.
But instead of her husband Johannes (Alex Hassell), she is met by his cold, pious sister Marin (a brilliant Romola Garai), who is about as welcoming as a fridge freezer.
BEST OF THE REST Romola Garai as Marin Brandt THE MINIATURIST BBC1, 9pm CREEPY and unsettling, this two-part thriller is an adaptation of the bestselling novel by Jessie Burton.
But instead of her husband Johannes Alex Hassell), she is met by his cold, pious sister Marin (a brilliant Romola Garai), who is about as welcoming as a fridge freezer.
Romola Garai and Emma Cunniffe star in the RSC's production that explores the life of Anne and her relationship with her childhood confidante Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough.
Romola Garai agrees with Sheila Hancock that actresses should wear less make-up on screen.
The people are portrayed by actors including Alison Steadman, Daniel Mays, Claire Foy, Brian Cox and Romola Garai, who speak their words as they were written in diaries and letters.
I studied English literature at Royal Holloway College, part of the University of London, and Romola by George Eliot was central to my dissertation in my final year.
Thirteen year old Romola and Seb have two things in common--absent fathers and a thirst for revenge.