Das Sofa Elizabeth hat ein cooles und zeitloses Design. Es ist perfekt für eine moderne Einrichtung geeignet. Mit den Metallbeinen, den hölzernen Armlehnen und dem kräftigen olivgrünen Stoff macht es wirklich etwas her. Zudem ist es sehr bequem.
Designer: Bonetti, Mattia - Garouste, Elizabeth Stil: Barock, Rococo Design Epoche: 1980 bis 1989 Hergestellt in: Frankreich Material: Bronze, Velours Farbe: Blau, Grau Maße: Breite: 150, Tiefe: 79, Höhe: 89
Designer: Kofod-Larsen, Ib Hersteller: Christensen & Larsen Stil: Mid-Century Design Epoche: 1950 bis 1959 Hergestellt in: Dänemark Material: Leder, Palisander Farbe: Schwarz, Braun Maße: Breite: 144, Tiefe: 74, Höhe: 71
Round the Sofa, Vol. 2 (Classic Reprint): Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell
26 Complete Works of Elizabeth Gaskell A Dark Night's Work A House to Let An Accursed Race Cousin Phillis Cranford Curious, if True Doom of the Griffiths French Life Half a Life-time Ago Lizzie Leigh Lois the Witch Mary Barton My Lady Ludlow North and South Round the Sofa Ruth Sylvia’s Lovers The Grey Woman and other Tales The Half-Brothers The Life of Charlotte Bronte The Life of Charlotte Bronte Volume 2 The Moorland Cottage The Poor Clare Uncle Peter Victorian Short Stories, Vol. 2 Wives and Daughters
Elizabeth is an ambivalent academic living in New York City with Brett and their young son, Harry. Everyone wants Elizabeth to marry Brett, including Brett, but whenever marriage comes up, the intended bride quickly changes the subject. Then Elizabeth publishes a paper on Madame Bovary that catches the eye of an impetuous movie producer, and her life turns upside down. She heads for Hollywood to write a screenplay called Mrs. B., but once there, the questions of marriage, and adultery, loom even larger on her horizon.[CUT TO:]Greta has nothing against marriage. She´s been happy in her new life with Tony, until the day she falls asleep on the sofa and wakes up in love with someone else. Now she has to handle not only the unpredictable needs of her daughter and the plaintive demands of her mother but also the insistence of her own desire.[CUT TO:]Lotte was once a flash dancer in vaudeville. She has little patience with her granddaughter´s refusal to marry that nice husband of hers. She has no patience with death. Chic and sly and uncompromisingly egotistical, Lotte reveres marriage and has mourned her late husband for twenty years, but she´s not at all ready to join him. She has far too much shopping left to do. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Patricia Kalember. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/time/000317/bk_time_000317_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
When I had a Little Sister is a searingly honest and wryly heartbreaking memoir about a Lancashire farming family whose love of their land came hand in hand with the resilience to live off it. It’s a story of sisters and sacrifice, grief and reclamation, and the need to speak the unspeakable.When did she decide to die? Was it before midnight on Friday the 6th, because she couldn’t face another night, or was it before dawn on Saturday the 7th, because she couldn’t face another day?Did she think about us? Did she think about her dog, Ted, or her cat, Puss, sleeping on Grandma Mary’s old sofa in the conservatory and who would be waiting for her to feed them in the morning? What about her horses in the stable? Did she think about them? Did she imagine Dad finding her? It would have to be Dad, after all. It couldn’t be anyone else. Did she know what she was doing?On a cold December day in 2013 Catherine Simpson received the phone call she had feared for years. Her little sister Tricia had been found dead in the farmhouse where she, Catherine and their sister Elizabeth were born - and where their family had lived for generations.Tricia was 46 and had been stalked by depression all her life. Yet mental illness was a taboo subject within the family, and although love was never lacking, there was a silence at its heart.After Tricia died, Catherine found she had kept a lifetime of diaries. The words in them took her back to a past they had shared but experienced so differently and offered a thread to help explore the labyrinth of her sister’s suicide. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Catherine Simpson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hcuk/004347/bk_hcuk_004347_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.