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Englishman and Egyptologist who in 1922 discovered and excavated the tomb of Tutankhamen (1873-1939)

39th President of the United States (1924-)

someone whose work is driving carts

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Brite, Caitlin Kiernan, Angela Carter, and Mary Shelley.
Boehm, "Feminist Metafiction and Androcentric Reading Strategies: Angela Carter's Reconstructed Reader in Nights at the Circus," in Critical Essays on the Art of Angela Carter, ed.
Generally, at work there is not an equal power relationship between couples, '' says Dr Angela Carter.
I was just writing about Angela Carter, who was my teacher at the University of East Anglia, where I did an MA in creative writing.
Reveling in elements of fantasy and grotesquerie and foregrounding a complex intertextual lineage, the fiction of Jeanette Winterson and Angela Carter reveals a host of common stylistic traits and thematic preoccupations.
The writers Angela Carter and Marina Warner have influenced my writing a lot," she explains.
My favourite writers are Angela Carter, Anthony Bourdain and Shakespeare.
Read it if you like brutal fairytales told in the style of Angela Carter or a David Lynch movie: "She is his Mrs.
She goes through future-oriented texts by Atwood, Butler, Angela Carter, and Le Guin, narratives by Lessing and Winterson, and examines the ethics of becoming as she seeks out why women have been attracted to the genre, and why they are the most successful at it.
The other show is sinister fairy tale The Magic Toyshop which is based on the novel by Angela Carter.
Open Scrapbooking Night With Angela Carter, bring your projects & glue.
Angela Carter of West Chester, Ohio - A would-be homeowner worries that her credit history might hinder her dreams;
Anna Maria Piglionica (Su alcuni luoghi del romance: l'abbazia, la cattedrale, il castello 187-214) si ispira a un passo di Angela Carter sul racconto fantastico e reale, tratto dalla postfazione a Fireworks (1974).
The dramatic and poetic power of her fiction has drawn critical praise and influenced such African American literary lights as Angela Carter, Nikki Giovanni, Toni Morrison and Alice Walker.
After-school club leader Angela Carter said: "We've had no money for staff or apparatus since the cuts.