Ouida


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Ouida

(wē`də), pseud. of

Louise de la Ramée

(də lä rəmā`), 1839–1908, English novelist. She was a prolific writer of flamboyant, romantic tales, the best of which are Under Two Flags (1867), Moths (1880), and In Maremma (1882). Her stories for children include Two Little Wooden Shoes (1874), Bimbi (1882), and the well-known Dog of Flanders (1872).
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Both Ouida stories are simply plotted, manipulatively sentimental tales of suffering and loss inflicted upon idealized peasants.
The Rest of Your Mother: The Story of Eudora Welty, Ouida Keeton, and the 'Legs' Murder.
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Sears and his wife, Ouida, had three daughters, one of whom (Laura Sears, MD) is a dermatologist on the medical staff at BUMC.
Gayle England*, Robert Crenshaw, Scott Douglas, Pat Feemster, Ouida Fritschi, John C.
In one of the most interesting essays, Talia Schaffer shows how The Picture of Dorian Gray fits into a tradition of novels by 19th-century English women writers, notably Ouida (1839-1908), which also featured dandies involved in intense male-male relationships.
Ouida Cash, president of Starfish Family Services, for her unique vision as head of one of the region's largest human services organizations.
41), and Swinburne powerfully influenced "both popular women writers like Rhoda Broughton, Marie Corelli, and Ouida, and international, avant-garde writers like E.
Herbert Ouida, executive vice president of the WTCA, lost his son Todd, who was at work for Cantor Fitzgerald on the 105th floor, on that terrible day.
Schaffer usefully points out that various of the women she examines such as Ouida, Lucas Malet, and Alice Meynell were considered the equals of Wilde, Hardy, James, and Beerbohm.
Five novels had strong religious context (Katherine Paterson's Jacob Have I Loved (1980), Fran Arrick's Tunnel Vision (1980), Beatrice Sparks' Jay's Journal (1979), Ouida Sebestyen's Words By Heart (1979), and Gloria Miklowitz's The Love Bombers (1980).
Session work with various bands, including Aashiq Al-Rasul, (arabic music), Ouida Arts, (Caribbean dance), Kate Doubleday, (world jazz), and full time member of Akoma, afro-latin percussion ensemble.