Dinesen


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Danish writer who lived in Kenya for 19 years and is remembered for her writings about Africa (1885-1962)

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Inge's sole guardian, the elder Dinesen is a captain in the Danish army who's been seconded to lead a surveying team on the frontier of a South American country.
Dinesen, along with Afghan Education Minister Farooq Wardak, and IRC country director Nigel Jenkins launched the project at the Denmark Embassy in Kabul on Tuesday.
Dave Dinesen, his management team and all operations will continue as usual, operating under the brand name "BackCheck.
Kristeva, for example, sees the collection's sketch of Isak Dinesen as completing a narrative arc begun in Arendt's earlier biographical treatment of Varnhagen: "From Rahel to Titania [Dinesen], the circle is closed, and Hannah already knows (the article is written in 1968) that her own life is from now on a true history, as much as it is a told story" (Kristeva 2001, 37).
Jensen, Isak Dinesen, Axel Jensen, Carsten Jensen, and Erlend Loe.
Jorgen Dinesen, a Danish TV reporter, told Al Jazeera that while only one arrest had been made police were still searching the area for anyone else who could have been involved in the attack.
Babineau and Master Warrant Officer Michael Dinesen expressed concern for my family's ripping.
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Included in this discussion are stories by Angela Carter and Isak Dinesen, as well as novels, such as Margaret Atwood's Lady Oracle; Fay Weldon's The Life and Loves of a She-Devil; Jennifer Egan's The Keep; and Muriel Spark's The Comforters.
They can take to heart the words of Danish author Isak Dinesen, who said in Out of Africa, "God made the world round so we would never be able to see too far down the road.
PARTICK THISTLE have released youth players Craig Dinesen, Marc Green, Scott Hodge, Lance Pearce and Liam Steel.
Isak Dinesen, Daguerreotypes and Other Essays, with a foreword by Hannah Arendt (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1979), p.
or Isak Dinesen, was content to rely on those default levels of care and
Maria Carlsen and Johanne Dinesen Riishoj (2004), "Counterfeit Banknotes", http://www.
However, the story's association of a wholly other-worldly spirituality with an austere Christian sect and the redemptive function of a turn to the earth with a female character who is an outsider to the sect can make it appear that Dinesen belongs to the camp of feminists who view wholeness in terms of appropriation.