Posted on 2010.04.12 at 21:57
Has anyone heard anything about Women in England 1760-1914: A Social History
by Susie Steinbach? I saw it in Waterstones, and it looks quite good, but I'm not an expert.This entry was also posted at http://aella-irene.dreamwidth.org/198391.html and has comments.
Posted on 2010.03.11 at 01:28
For my Age of Justinian course, I need Justinian and Theodora by Robert Browning, 1971, Weidenfeld and Nicholson edition. It is proving almost impossible to get hold of this edition, as opposed to the Thames and Hudson version, printed the same year (WTF? says my mother, former employee of W&N). Any ideas?
Posted on 2010.02.21 at 00:26
Am making cassoulet next week. What should I have with it?
Posted on 2010.02.11 at 22:12
I came away with a pasta bowl (not matching, I bought Denby Azure, at that time on special offer, and cannot afford it now) and a Cath Kidson teapot. It is a four cup, but only half filling it probably won't damage the tea.
Posted on 2009.04.28 at 16:09
Thursday's ChildAuthor: aella_ireneRating:
About the same as the booksFandom:
The characters and world belong to Lois Mc Master Bujold, not me.Summary:
Eudokia Vorbarra has her life changed. ForeverAuthor's Notes:
Thanks to clanwilliam
for beta reading.( Eudokia Vorbarra had never liked Vorbarr Sultana.Collapse )
Posted on 2009.01.25 at 21:32
Despite failing to watch a single episode of the first series, I discovered Lark Rise to Candleford at Christmas, and have been watching every episode since, having fallen in love unreservedly. It is, in fact, the only program I have been watching regularly, (I did watch Hunter, but that was only two episodes, and I have only just started watching Victorian Farm).
At present, I am avidly shipping Dorcas Lane/James Dowland, and started bouncing during tonight's episode. (I also keep getting ideas for PG-13 James/Dorcas Wedding Night fic, but that less said about that the better.)
Posted on 2009.01.25 at 17:28
I am developing a fondness for the French side of the French Revolution, and the Napoleonic Wars, and would like to read some books about it, which are not too British biased. Could any of you recommend some?
Posted on 2008.04.11 at 22:38
I have done it! Flowers and champagne to ankaret
, who provided instructions! (Why yes, I am easily pleased)