La Fleur Rouge The Red Rose written by Ruthe Ogilvie, Hilary Simone, 23 writes a beautiful musical and title, The Ginger Jar. She becomes engaged to the foremost writer of musical of the country-Gregory Wilcox, to help her instead he steals it and renames it and publish his name as the composer. He threatens her life if she exposes him, she discovers he stole every musical he put his name on. Hilary turns to jennifer Gordon, a beautiful black woman and her former dorm mate in college who advises her to call Jay Stewart, Greg's Producer. Jay doesn't believe when she tells him Greg stole her musical, it becomes a smash hit on broadway under the name of The Pepper Pop with Greg's name on it as the author and the composer. Greg hires a detective, Zack Davis to follow her every where. When she's found, Greg was his lies as her fired from every job and evicted from every apartment. In desperation, Hilary changes her name to Hildy Swenson.
Lieutenant dans l'armee anglaise, Howard arrive au Bas-Canada au printemps 1796 et remplit plusieurs missions. L'Ecossais voulait marcher dans les traces de son pere, l'amiral Charles Douglas, qui avait participe a la conquete de la Nouvelle-France aux cotes du vice-amiral Saunders, puis seconde le general Carleton et repousse les Americains du Canada en 1776. Durant ce sejour, Howard s'eprend de Catherine Normandeau, une jeune fille de Quebec. A travers les bouleversements politiques provoques par l'avenement de l'ere moderne, qu'adviendra-t-il de l'amour entre une roturiere canadienne-francaise et un aristocrate britannique? Ce recit d'amour et d'aventure inspire d'une histoire vecue propulse dans le tourbillon de la fin du XVIIIe siecle et le debut du XIXe deux etres qui appartiennent a des mondes differents et qui vont contribuer chacun a leur maniere a faconner le destin de leurs pays respectifs."
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Release on 2002-05-27 | by John Dixon Hunt,Michel Conan,Former Director of Garden and Landscape Studies Michel Conan,Claire Goldstein
Chapters of a New History
Author: John Dixon Hunt,Michel Conan,Former Director of Garden and Landscape Studies Michel Conan,Claire Goldstein
Pubpsher: University of Pennsylvania Press
In the absence of any modern history of French garden art, this volume offers twelve chapters that review some of the most interesting and innovative moments of French garden history. This series of studies traces a progression from what is taken as the golden age of French garden art, in the late seventeenth century, up to the present, when a renaissance of French design theory and practice is clearly visible. By exploring the contributions of such important designers as Jean-Marie Morel and Claude-Henri Watelet, these essays argue for a tradition that includes, but is by no means exclusively influenced by, Andre Le Notre, long considered the dominant figure in French garden history. Even a glance at the wealth of garden theory and practice during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries must call into question the conventional neglect of post-Le Notrean work. Each author reads a significant moment of garden art in relation to a whole cluster of cultural concerns, which change with the time and place of the garden discussed; overall, this has meant invoking town planning, engineering, optics, scientific and philosophic movements, bourgeois ethics, foreign imports, vernacular workings of the land, the rise of professional landscape practice, even the modernist refusal to recognize the garden itself as the prime site of intervention in the landscape.
Montreal and Quebec City are treasured destinations for American travelers: a corner of France in North America. This ebook captures the French-speaking cities’ universal appeal, from sidewalk cafés to winter sports and traditional French cuisine. Competitive Advantage: This ebook outscores the competition in key areas, including deeper coverage of Montreal’s renowned shopping and nightlife scenes, and Quebec City’s historic sights. Expanded Coverage: New hotel and restaurant recommendations have been added throughout Montreal and Quebec City, as well as their surrounding regions, including the Laurentians, the Eastern Townships (les Cantons de l’Est), and Charlevoix. Indispensable Trip Planning Tools: City walks provide visitors with thematic tours of Montreal and Quebec City. Itineraries cover step-by-step day trips or multi-destination visits to surrounding regions. Hotel and restaurant Best Bets guide travelers to the top places to stay and eat by price, style and/or cuisine. Discerning Recommendations: Fodor’s Montreal and Quebec City offers savvy advice and recommendations from expert and local writers to help travelers make the most of their time. Fodor’s Choice designates our best picks, from hotels to nightlife. “Word of Mouth” quotes from fellow travelers provide valuable insights.
A social, cultural, and—above all—culinary history of dessert, Sweet Invention explores the world’s great dessert traditions, from ancient India to 21st-century Indiana. Each chapter begins with author Michael Krondl tasting and analyzing an icon of dessert, such as baklava from the Middle East or macarons from France, and then combines extensive scholarship with a lively writing style to spin an ancient tale of some of the world’s favorite treats and their creators. From the sweet makers of Persia who gave us the first donuts to the sugar sculptors of Renaissance Italy whose creativity gave rise to the modern-day wedding cake, this authoritative read clears up numerous misconceptions about the origins of various desserts, while elucidating their social, political, religious—and even sexual—uses through the ages.