Complete Romance Satire Humor by Elinor Glyn

Complete Romance Satire Humor

byElinor Glyn

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Contents
The Damsel and the Sage
The Man and the Moment (1914)
The Point of View (1913)
Three Things (1915)
Elizabeth Visits America (1909)
The Price of Things (1919)
Halcyone (1912)
His Hour (1910)
The Career of Katherine Bush (1916)
Red Hair (1905)
The Reflections of Ambrosine - A Novel
The Visits of Elizabeth (1901)
Beyond The Rocks (1906)
The Reason Why (1911)
Man and Maid (1922)
Three Weeks (1907)
One Day (1909)
High Noon (1911)

Three Things (1915)-
I have called this little collection of articles which I have written "THREE THINGS" because to me there seem to be just three essentials to strive after in life. Truth--Common Sense and Happiness. To be able to see the first enables us to employ the second, and so realise the third. And in these papers I have tried to suggest some points which may be of use to others who, like myself, are endeavouring to reason out ideas to a good end.

Elizabeth Visits America (1909)
A quarrel between Elizabeth and her Lord "Harry" sends him to Africa to shoot big game and her to the States. In a series of letters to her mother she gives with sprightly abandon her impressions of things American from New York to San Francisco. A reconciliation is happily effected upon the last page.

His Hour (1910)
A beautiful blonde Englishwoman visits Russia, and is violently made love to by a young Russian aristocrat. A most unique situation complicates the romance.

Red Hair (1905)
Originally titled The Vicissitudes of Evangeline.

The Reflections of Ambrosine - A Novel
The story of the awakening of a young girl, whose maidenly emotions are set forth as Elinor Glyn alone knows how.

The Visits of Elizabeth (1901)
An epistolary novel, following the observations made by a young debutante to her mother - the marriages, morals, fashion, and homes of high society are revealed, along with the intimate, clandestine relationships between those at the top of the social ladder. Elizabeth may be naive and innocent but she sees it all!

Beyond The Rocks (1906)
Never before have such dramatic love scenes, such spectacular adventure been placed before the public. The love-drama with all the thrills and luxury of a lifetime! The one book you'll never forget!
The basis of a 1922 silent film starring Gloria Swanson and Rudolph Valentino.

Man and Maid (1922)
Sir Nicholas Thormonde, his friends "the fluffies" and Alathea, "The Girl" form a new and amusing and sometimes tragic triangle in the "war of the sexes" which is portrayed so vividly in this fine romance. The "grand moments" of life which come to the hero and heroine keep one tense and expectant for the final scene, one of the most beautiful in contemporary fiction. The characters are compellingly real. They pulsate with life.

Three Weeks (1907)
The world has felt upon its hot lips the perfumed kisses of the beautiful heroine of "Three Weeks." The brilliant flame that was her life has blazed a path into every corner of the globe. It is a world-renowned novel of consuming emotion that has made the name of its author, Elinor Glyn, the most discussed of all writers of modern fiction.

One Day (1909)
The sequel you have been waiting for since reading "Three Weeks,"--the story which points a moral, a clear, well-written exposition of the doctrine, "As ye sow, so shall ye reap."

High Noon (1911)
A powerful, stirring love-story of twenty years after. Abounding in beautiful descriptions and delicate pathos, this charming love idyl will instantly appeal to those who have read and enjoyed "Three Weeks."

Title:Complete Romance Satire HumorFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 22, 2014Publisher:AEB PublishingLanguage:English

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