A Woman Alone
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"A Woman Alone" is a 1936 British drama film directed by Eugene Frenke and starring Anna Sten, Henry Wilcoxon and Viola Keats. It was also released as Two Who Dared. An officer becomes entangled in a love affair with a woman who works as a maid.
- also known as Two Who Dared
- countries: United States of America, United Kingdom
- language: English Language
- genre: Drama
- released in (80 years ago)
- "A woman alone" is a book by Bessie Head.
- also known as "A woman alone: autobiographical writings"
- "A woman alone" is a book by Pamela Oldfield.
- "A woman alone" is a book by Malcolm Ross.
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Along the Amalfi Drive (2006)
by Ida Liberkowski, Cynthia Malizia
A woman alone! A concept far different in Italy than in the States, where “a woman alone” usually means a woman “without a man.” In the Italian parlance, however, a woman alone means a woman without a family, a woman who has no one to ...
Women Filmmakers (2012)
Refocusing by Jacqueline Levitin, Judith Plessis, Valerie Raoul
A Woman Alone is a dark, emotional description of the state of the lower classes in a Poland overcome by despair and a sense of helplessness. The choice ofcolour scheme, aggressive framing, and intense cJose-ups and music all contribute ...
by Kerry Powell
Clifford's A Woman Alone is a compelling ...
by D.F. Bleek
lgum~de, zai |ne e --- a woman alone. NIII. (D.B.) Ex.: !nabe lkwa gu ...
English spellings and spelling rules. [With] The dictionary of English inflected words [and] Punctuation: also, foreign phrases and quotations. Forming pt.1 (-3) of the Handy English word book (1877)
,fdm sol, a woman alone; an unmarried woman ; a spinster. ferse natures (L.), fer'e nut.ur'.
by John V. Terry
feme sole law A woman alone . Divorcee, widow, or unmarried woman. fence Colloquially, a receiver of stolen ...
by Colin Larkin
A Woman Alone With The Blues .
by Andrew Maunder
and the novella"A Woman Alone" ( 1898).Notable too areherstories for children, including "The Mother" and " Wooden Tony," the studyof an autistic child. Further Information Chishol, Monty, and ...
The Twentieth Century by Eric L. Haralson
“A Woman Alone” appears in the first section of the volume, titled “Homage to Pavese,” the last few poems of which deal with Levertov's mother's death in Mexico. The first half of the poem makes skillful use of enjambment, contributing to the ...
by Bonnie Zimmerman
A woman coupled with another woman might have seen herself as homosexual; a woman alone would not have used that label because the concept of "a homosexual" as a distinct person did not exist until later. As a result of the feminist and ...
The Law-dictionary, Explaining the Rise Progress and Present State of the British Law Etc. The 4. Ed. with Extensive Additions ... by Thomas Colpitts Granger. - London, Clarke 1835 (1835)
by Thomas Edlyne Tomlins
A woman alone, that is, unmarried. ~ 'feud or fee. Fame Sole Merchant ; a married woman FEM FEM.
Pronouncing, Etymological, and Explanatory; Embracing Scientific and Other Terms, Numerous Familiar Terms and a Copious Selection of Old English Words by James Stormonth, Philip Henry Phelp
a woman alone; an unmarried woman ; a spinster. feraj natural [L.], of a wild or savage nature. fervet opus [L.], ...
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Quotes about A Woman Alone
She died in a house
Empty and alone.
They found her there
As cold as a stone.
A stone knows its place.
It stays on the ground.
But it's never alone.
Other stones are around.
But a woman alone
Who simply dies
Is out of place
'Cause no one cries. (Edwina Reizer)
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