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He remained on her confident for twenty years. When John Brown Died in 1883, the queen wrote, “The shock-the blow, the blank, the constant missing at every turn of one strong, powerful reliable arm and head almost stunned me and I am, truly over whelmed.” His room, like Albert’s, became a shrine. A flower was placed on his pillow everyday until she died. Queen Victoria died on January 22, 1901, at the age of 81. This was forty years of widowhood.
She felt uncomfortable and detached from her homeland, and found Wellington to be “provincial” (Robinson). It took Kathleen twenty months to convince her Father to allow her to go, but in 1908, Mansfield found herself traveling back to “Mother England”, which meant she would be leaving her home forever at the age of twenty.... ... middle of paper ... ...od of Katherine Mansfield. In heavy detail, it describes the year-by-year events of Mansfield’s life, from parental conflict to her relationships with men and women. A very detailed and thorough look into Mansfield’s career. Wilkins, Damien.
These persons are : Ibn Hazam who wrote a beautiful piece of work about love "the Ring of the Dove" and Susan Sontag and her views about explaining the influence of photography and photograph on every aspect of our life especially the aspect of love. An eminent humanist and prose writer of eleventh-century Muslim Spain, Ibn Hazm was a controversial figure. A polymath whose encyclopedic knowledge reached across all major intellectual
Wagner-Martin, Linda. Sylvia Plath: A Biography. New York: Simon, 1987.
McMaster, Juliet. “Love: Surface and Subsurface.” Modern Critical Interpretations. Ed. Harold Bloom. Philadelphia: Chelsea House Publishers, 1987.