By Connie Brockway
"A lady pressured. . .
In the glittering global of Regency England, Anne Wilder performed a deadly game. A widowed girl by way of day, via evening she turned a masked thief preying on society's elite. She roved excessive above London's black rooftops, forced via phantoms from her prior to take ever higher risks. Until her stressed spirit led her into Colonel Jack Seward's catch. . . the place seduction was once her purely means out.
A guy obsessed. . .
She'd performed him for a idiot, benefiting from his hungry reaction to flee from his clutches. But as Jack looked for his thief, his middle fell captive to a self-possessed widow. Torn among illicit ardour and gentle love, Jack is duty-bound to trap the audacious legal, whether it capacity ripping society aside to do so. Now he stalked her throughout the *ton,* by no means understanding the stunning widow who captured his middle was once an identical girl who roused his so much violent passions.
A love that rejected king and kingdom. . .
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This excellent illuminator, whose work has not hitherto been recognized, worked on a Cité de Dieu in the exhibition, no. 163, Fr. 25 (Plate 12), the Commentary on the Psalms, Fr. 964, a Roman de la Rose in Stuttgart, Cod. poet. 6, and several other manuscripts’ (Meiss 1956: 187-196, esp. pp. 195-96, and Plates 11. and 12). The ‘several other manuscripts’ referred to include ‘a Chronique de Froissart (Morgan 804); [and] a Livre des Merveilles (Morgan 723)’. In his French Painting in the time of Jean de Berry.
15. In other contexts, arms displayed reversed can connote defeat in battle; see discussion below of heraldic ornament in the New York manuscript. 16. uk for details of the AHRC-funded project at Edinburgh led by Professor James Laidlaw. 17. During the Reading Medieval Chronicle Conference, Kelly DeVries suggested that this may be one of the earliest attested representations of the use of such firearms for defensive purposes in a French vernacular manuscript. Besançon MS 864 shows the ‘same’ defenders using bow and arrow.
20. For these topoi see Damian-Grint (1999a): purpose of history (94-98), praise of material (1035), and industria (123-31). 21. See Hunt (1979: 31); though Hunt also points out that ‘the metaphor is much commoner … in general contexts without reference to literary exegesis’ (see also 1979: 27, 29-31). 22. Benoît is playing on the two words deslei, one meaning ‘rejoice’ and the other ‘disloyal’. 23.