Published November 30, 2004
by IndyPublish.com .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||276|
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Lucile is a verse novel written by Robert Bulwer-Lytton under the pen name Owen Meredith, and published in The poem is a narrative told in an anapaest meter. It was Meredith's most popular work, achieving wide popularity in the 19th century, despite accusations of plagiarism involving elements of an George Sand novella, Lavinia. A book for African American journalists and civil rights activists that discusses the fight of Lucile Bluford against racism and sexism. Sep 27, · Lucile book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part. The Lucile project is recovering the publishing history of a single 19th century book. Owen Meredith's Lucile was first published in , by Chapman & Hall in England and as a Ticknor & Fields "Blue & Gold" in the United States. In England, it saw only a handful of editions over the next 40 years.
Lucile Bluford was born in Salisbury, North Carolina. Bluford's father, John Henry Bluford, was a professor at the state's Agricultural and Technical College. In when Lucile was 10, and upon the death of his mother, John Bluford accepted a position teaching science at . Renewed is a delightful book that is easy to read and refreshing to the spirit. In her wonderfully written book, Lucille Zimmerman guides the reader on a journey of discovery and exploration of the human soul. The Lucile Project recovering the publication history of a single 19th century book. Lucile was a verse novel written by Robert Bulwer-Lytton writing under the pen name Owen Meredith, and published in The poem is a narrative told in an anapaest meter. It was Meredith's most popular work, achieving wide popularity in the 19th century, despite accusations of plagiarism.