3 edition of life of Carmen Sylva, Queen of Roumania. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Translated from the German by Baroness Deichmann.|
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|Pagination||vi, 306 p.|
|Number of Pages||306|
8.) Carmen Sylva was known for her obsession with spiritualism and the occult. She spent a great deal of her childhood conducting seances and visiting lunatic asylums. When King Carol died, "Queen Elisabeth [Carmen Sylva] moved to the bishop's residence at Curtea de . Carmen Sylva was the literary name adopted by Elisabeth, the Queen Consort of Roumania (). Aged 16 she had been considered as a possible bride for the future Edward VII but he showed no interest in her. This memoir of Pages: From her birth into the ranks of European aristocracy to her efforts to save Roumania from the hands of the Communists, this biography provides a colorful portrait of the famous queen but I did find that the book started dragging in the later chapters. Read full review. Contents. The Last Romantic: A Biography of Queen Marie of Roumania3/5(1). My Royalty of Story Life Life Royalty Story of Queen Ordeal 1st. Rumanian Roumania My Marie of Joan Rivers Queen Of Romania Egg Charm MINT Joan Rivers Queen: $ Queen of Roumania Carmen Sylva Mother Elizabeth 1st American Edition Queen of Roumania: $
"A Princess of Roumania" is better again - strange images rendered more striking by the very matter-of-factness with which they are described. His first novel for young adults, it takes a standard plot - a girl and her companions catapulted into a strange new world of magic and enchantment - and does unexpected things with it.5/5(5).
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Pages: Pauline Elisabeth Ottilie Luise of Wied (29 December – 2 March ) was the Queen of Romania as the wife of King Carol I, widely known by her literary name of Father: Hermann, Prince of Wied.
CARMEN SYLVA, the charming pen-name of the poet-queen of Romania, is a reminiscence of the forests of Neuwied on the Rhine, where she was born December 29th, She belonged to an intellectual family: her great-uncle was a scientist, whose collection of specimens of natural history is now in New York; and her father, Prince Herman of Wied, was a man of culture, devoted to philosophic.
The telling of stories in prose and verse has been Carmen Sylva’s greatest delight ever since she was a child. Queen Elizabeth, of Roumania, is a daughter of Prince Hermann of Ried, and was born on the 29th of December,at the modern castle of Monrepos, a short distance from the quaint old town of Neuwied, on that part of the Rhine “where every rocky height has its romance, and every.
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In these three words, Monrepos, Carmen, and Sylva, lie vi a part of the life, lie the germ and the motive-power of the poetic genius of Princess Elizabeth of Wied. On making the acquaintance of so gifted a person as the Queen of Roumania, one involuntarily inquires what antecedents and what experiences have helped to form so distinguished a.
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by Edith Hopkirk (Gutenberg ebook). Natalia Stackelberg was one of her first biographers and published The life of Carmen Sylva (Queen of Roumania) in and inGeorge Bengescu published in Paris, Carmen Sylva intime, another account of queen’s life. Other biographies and articles were written during her life contributing to the image of Carmen Sylva as an.
The Queen of Roumania Sometimes Carmen Sylva would sally forth in a mountaineering dress of green velvet, and feast her poet 's soul amidst the wilds of Nature.
And after the death of her only child, the little Princess Marie, inQueen Elizabeth was able to find solace in literary work alone, and very beautiful work it is.
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Sutherland Edwards by Carmen Sylva, Queen of Rumania; Elizabeth, Queen of Rumania ; Edwards, Sutherland HPages: The Lily of Life: A Fairy Tale by The Crown Princess of Roumania. First published by Hodder & Stoughton, London; New York, "Graceful fancy, elevated sentiment, and simple but dignified expression ensure a high place among the fairy tales of the publishing year for the Queen of Roumania's charming work, The Lily of : Lire Classics.
With Two Tales from the German of "Carmen Bylva," her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. By Blanche Roosevelt. London Chapman and Hall. minently before them in anyway. A Queen who has published some books is quite a suitable subject for this kind of bio- graphy, which is, in fact, little more than a system of lengthy interviewing.
" Carmen Sylva," Queen of Roumania, is the only female crowned head whom the world recognises in any other capacity but that of mistress of a Kingdom or a Court.
By her single-hearted devotion to poetry, art, and music, she has won for herself a distinct if not a very high place in the Republic of Letters. Buy Golden thoughts of Carmen Sylva [pseud.], Queen of Roumania: Translated by permission by H.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. Marie, Queen of Roumania. Published by King Carol I of Roumania ("Onkel Karl"), Queen Elisabeth of Romania ("Carmen Sylva"), Czar Nicholas II of Russia ("Nicky, sympathetic, full of quiet charm.
Book No. 1 The Story of My Life published - CONSIDERED VERY SCARCE. Book No. 2 Ordeal, The Story of My Life, published Both bound in. Fodder-Time. Elisabeth, Queen of Roumania (Carmen Sylva) (). Animate Nature. Bliss Carman, et al., eds.
The World's Best Poetry. Nature. Marie of Romania (Marie Alexandra Victoria; 29 October – 18 July ), also known as Marie of Edinburgh, was the last Queen of Romania as the wife of King Ferdinand I. Born into the British royal family, she was titled Princess Marie of Edinburgh at parents were Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh (later Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha) and Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of : Alfred, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.
Then comes her marriage, at 18, to the heir apparent of Roumania, and a sudden plunging into the restrictions of a court of utterly different tempo, a challenge to the spirited girl, and one that she meets ably.
This book should be easy selling, easy renting. Parts of it. You felt all prickly with opposition, there was something about him that roused antagonism"), King Carol I of Roumania ("Onkel Karl"), Queen Elisabeth of Romania ("Carmen Sylva"), Czar Nicholas II of Russia ("Nicky, sympathetic, full of quiet charm.
From Nicky one. This book investigates the life of Queen Marie, royal society of the time, and the socio-political events that took place leading up and following World War I.
It allows the reader to glimpse woes, triumphs, and ambitions of small nation-states during the early-mid s, a topic that is not often addressed in US history textbooks/5. 'A Real Queens Fairy Book' Carmen Sylva, Queen of Roumania $ 0 bids + $ Shipping. MANTY A FAIRY TALE - Attwell, Mabel Lucie.
Illus. by Attwell, Mabel Lucie. $ The Story of My Life Marie Queen of Roumania HC. $ $ Shipping: + $ Shipping. The Ugly Truth (Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Book 5) by Jeff Kinney Seller Rating: % positive. You can download The Last Romantic: A Biography of Queen Marie of Roumania in pdf format.
From memory's shrine: the reminiscences of Carmen Sylva (H. Queen Elisabeth of Roumania) / (Philadelphia: J. Lippincott Company, ), by Carmen Sylva (page images at HathiTrust) Die deutschen königinnen und kaiserinnen von Konrad III.
bis zum ende des interregnums, (Weimar, H. Böhlau, ), by Wolfgang Kowalski (page images at. Written by Pauline Elisabeth Ottilie Luise zu Wied, Queen consort of Romania, and the wife of King Carol I of Romania, widely known by her literary name of Carmen Sylva. " As "Carmen Sylva", she wrote with facility in German, Romanian, French and English.
Her writings included poems, plays, novels, short stories, essays, collections of aphorisms. Carol I (20 April – 27 September / 10 October ), born Prince Karl of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, was the monarch of Romania from to He was elected Ruling Prince of the Romanian United Principalities on 20 April after the overthrow of Alexandru Ioan Cuza by a palace coup d' Mayhe proclaimed Romania an independent and sovereign : Prince Karl Anton of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen.
This is an Excellent Biography by Marie Queen of Roumania,She was the daughter of Marie Alexandrovna who was born in Russia. She, Marie the only daughter of Alexander II who married Queen Victoria's Second Son Alfred Duke of Edinburgh her illustrious Duke of Father who Became the Duke of Saxe-Coburgh-Gotha Where Marie's Parents moved to their Duchy in Germany where Marie was born.5/5(2).
First 80% of book very good -- kind of real life Zelig. Marie, QUeen of Romania, was present for most of first 38 years of 20th century events.
Hard to stomach her anti-Semitism, and the book drags at the end. Still, interesting look at a celebrity of her time that has disappeared from the current memory. Not mine -- now/5(24). Queen Elizabeth of Romania (Princess Pauline Elisabeth Ottilie Louise von Wied), Regina Elisabeta, ‘Carmen Sylva’, ‘Mama rànitilor’, (Mother of the wounded) (b.
29th DecemberNeuwied, Germany – d. Curtea de Arges, 18th FebruaryRomânia) First Queen of Romania, as Consort of Carol I of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, Patron of the Arts and Founder of Charitable Institutions Views: 32K.
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About this Item: Little Brown & Co, Boston, MA, Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. A new looking book and D.J. that is clean tight with unmarked pages. 10 x 9 1/2. pp. Index, acknowledgments, numerous color & b/w illustrations, illustrated end papers, cream paper-covered boards.A sumptuously illustrated study of art collecting and conspicuous.This book Carmen is about a 14 year old girl named Carmen who ran away from home, and started to do drugs, became a prostitute, and alcoholic all because of the problems she is having at home.
So this book is about her life story and the way she has lived and dealt with her times of suffering in her life/5.The Last Romantic is a biography written by Hannah Pakula on Marie of Edinburgh, Queen of Roumania.
InAlfred, Duke of Edinburgh, is introduced to Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia, only [surviving] daughter of Tsar Alexander II of Russia and Tsarina Maria Alexandrovna of Russia (nee Princee Marie of Hesse and by the Rhine). Having already been scared off by Elisabeth .