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Amelia By Jen Selinsky
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Beautiful Amelia is wanted by two men. One of them is her longtime friend, Ian (who is in a failing relationship). The other, Draco, has an unhealthy obsession with Amelia and is determined to win... More > her, no matter what the cost!< Less
AMELIA By Bart McCarthy
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You are an audience member at a live Radio performance in 1938. Technicians check microphones. The sound-effects table its loaded and ready to go. Before going on the air, an announcer... More > “warms-up” the audience. Actors read scripts and exercise their voices. At last, we’re “on the air”! The music swells and an enthusiastic announcer heralds, “The Adventures of Amelia Earhart!” It has only been two years since the mysterious disappearance of the world famous aviatrix, so we’re fascinated with her story. So, let’s sit back and listen while we hear the exciting tale of Amelia Earhart’s life and exploits … from an era that knew her best.< Less
AMELIA By Bart McCarthy
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You are an audience member at a live Radio performance in 1938. Technicians check microphones. The sound-effects table its loaded and ready to go. Before going on the air, an announcer... More > “warms-up” the audience. Actors read scripts and exercise their voices. At last, we’re “on the air”! The music swells and an enthusiastic announcer heralds, “The Adventures of Amelia Earhart!” It has only been two years since the mysterious disappearance of the world famous aviatrix, so we’re fascinated with her story. So, let’s sit back and listen while we hear the exciting tale of Amelia Earhart’s life and exploits … from an era that knew her best.< Less
Amelia By Henry Fielding
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Though best known for his work in the picaresque romp Tom Jones, the eighteenth-century novelist Henry Fielding explored many literary genres, including the English domestic dramas popularized by... More > luminaries such as Jane Austen and the Bronte sisters. If you love domestic tales that leave you laughing and crying — often on the same page — add Amelia to your must-read list.< Less
Amelia By Henry Fielding
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Amelia is a sentimental novel written by Henry Fielding. Amelia follows the life of Amelia and Captain William Booth after they are married. It contains many allusions to classical literature and... More > focuses on the theme of marriage and feminine intelligence, but Fielding's stance on gender issues cannot be determined because of the lack of authorial commentary discussing the matter. Although the novel received praise from many writers and critics, it received more criticism from Fielding's competition, possibly resulting from the "paper war" in which the author was involved.< Less
Amelia By Henry Fielding
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Amelia is a novel written by Henry Fielding. Amelia is a domestic novel taking place largely in London during 1733. It describes the hardships suffered by a young couple newly married. Against her... More > mother's wishes, Amelia marries Captain William Booth, a dashing young army officer. The couple run away to London. William is unjustly imprisoned in Newgate, and is subsequently seduced by Miss Matthews. During this time, it is revealed that Amelia was in a carriage accident and that her nose was ruined. Amelia resists the attentions paid to her by several men in William's absence and stays faithful to him. She forgives his transgression, but William soon draws them into trouble again as he accrues gambling debts trying to lift the couple out of poverty. He soon finds himself in debtors' prison. Amelia then discovers that she is her mother's heiress and, the debt being settled, William is released and the couple retires to the country.< Less
Amelia By Henry Fielding
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Amelia is a sentimental novel written by Henry Fielding and published in December 1751. It was the fourth and final novel written by Fielding, and it was printed in only one edition while the author... More > was alive, although 5,000 copies were published of the first edition. Amelia follows the life of Amelia and Captain William Booth after they are married. It contains many allusions to classical literature and focuses on the theme of marriage and feminine intelligence, but Fielding's stance on gender issues cannot be determined because of the lack of authorial commentary discussing the matter. Although the novel received praise from many writers and critics, it received more criticism from Fielding's competition, possibly resulting from the "paper war" in which the author was involved.< Less
Amelia By J Balowski
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The story of the journey of the heart. Young Amelia is thrown into a world that is often cruel to those that are different. She must learn from those she encounters-from an overly fancy cat to an... More > insane parrot and more. She has her path cut in life, and it is now up to her to decide who she will become.< Less
Amelia By J Balowski
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The story of the journey of the heart. Young Amelia is thrown into a world that is often cruel to those that are different. She must learn from those she encounters-from an overly fancy cat to an... More > insane parrot and more. She has her path cut in life, and it is now up to her to decide who she will become.< Less
Amelia By HENRY FIELDING
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HENRY FIELDING Amelia Henry Fielding was born at Sharpham Park, near Glastonbury, England, April 12, 1707. His father, a grandson of the Earl of Desmond, and great-grandson of the first Earl of... More > Denbigh, settled in England shortly after the battle of Ramillies as a country squire. In due course, Fielding was sent to Eton, and afterwards to Leyden, where he remained for two years studying civil law. Financial difficulties, however, put a temporary end to his intention of entering the Bar, and in 1727 he solved the problem of a career by beginning to write for the stage. During the next nine years some eighteen of his plays were produced. In 1748 he was appointed a justice of peace for Westminster, and his writings on police and crime are of interest to this day.< Less