Search results for ‘Donna Ward

 Read reviewShe I Dare Not Name
Paperback

She I Dare Not Name

Donna Ward

She I Dare Not Name is a compelling collection of fiercely intelligent, deeply intimate, lyrical reflections on the life of a woman who stands on the threshold between two millennia. Both manifesto and confession, this moving...

$29.99Buy now

Finding stock availability...

She I Dare Not Name: A spinster's meditations on life
Paperback

She I Dare Not Name: A spinster’s meditations on life

Donna Ward

$54.99Buy now

Finding stock availability...

Unexpected Hope
Hardback

Unexpected Hope

Donna Ward, Brandilyn Collins

$43.95Buy now

Finding stock availability...

Artists in Quotation: A Dictionary of the Creative Thoughts of Painters, Sculptors, Designers, Writers, Educators, and Others
Paperback

Artists in Quotation: A Dictionary of the Creative Thoughts of Painters, Sculptors, Designers, Writers, Educators, and Others

Donna Ward La Cour

$73.50Buy now

Finding stock availability...

Mandela Lib/E
Audio

Mandela Lib/E

Donna Faulkner, Pam Ward

$43.95Buy now

Finding stock availability...

Mandela Lib/E
Audio

Mandela Lib/E

Donna Faulkner, Pam Ward

$107.95Buy now

Finding stock availability...

Mandela Lib/E
Audio

Mandela Lib/E

Donna Faulkner, Pam Ward

$54.95Buy now

Finding stock availability...

The Country and the City Revisited: England and the Politics of Culture, 1550-1850
Paperback

The Country and the City Revisited: England and the Politics of Culture, 1550-1850

Gerald MacLean (Wayne State University, Detroit), Donna Landry (Wayne State University, Detroit), Joseph P. Ward (University of Mississippi)

Between 1550 and 1850, the English people remade themselves, from a disparate group of individuals and localities into an imperial power. This collection of essays by major scholars supplements Raymond Williams' seminal work on...

$68.95Buy now

Finding stock availability...

The Country and the City Revisited: England and the Politics of Culture, 1550-1850
Hardback

The Country and the City Revisited: England and the Politics of Culture, 1550-1850

Gerald MacLean (Wayne State University, Detroit), Donna Landry (Wayne State University, Detroit), Joseph P. Ward (University of Mississippi)

Between 1550 and 1850, the English people remade themselves, from a disparate group of individuals and localities into an imperial power. This collection of essays by major scholars supplements Raymond Williams' seminal work on...

$156.95Buy now

Finding stock availability...