2 edition of The well of sleevelessness found in the catalog.
The well of sleevelessness
P. R. Stephensen
|Statement||by P.R. Stephensen ; with illustrations by Hal Collins.|
|Genre||Parodies, imitations, etc., Humor., Caricatures and cartoons.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. :|
|Number of Pages||27|
This half-second-snippet actually has three lines, one running down the middle reflecting the lighter hair against the darker hair, as well as the state of sleevelessness, another running diagonally from Chunji to ChangJo inversely reflecting the colorfulness and style of haircut as well as the greyness of the shirts (including how at the top. Happy May Day! Weird how it feels more like June. It's in the 80s here and I'm indoors enjoying the cool of our well shaded house, having fled the afternoon heat. Still, the warmth and sun are overall a pleasure to have back. I'm being super bold and have ditched my compression sleeve for a few hours. COUPON: Rent The Wellness Workbook How to Achieve Enduring Health and Vitality 3rd edition () and save up to 80% on textbook rentals and 90% on used textbooks. Get FREE 7-day instant eTextbook access!
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In verse by Percy Reginald Stephensen, Hal Collins, Marguerite Radclyffe Hall, Norah Cordner James (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The Well of Sleevelessness A parody of the Well of Loneliness by Radclyffe Hall and of Sleeveless Errand by Norah Cordner : Percy Reginald Stephensen, Hal Collins, Marguerite Radclyffe Hall.
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ISBN ; Stephensen, Percy Reginald. () The Well of Sleevelessness [A parody of the Well of Loneliness by Radclyffe Hall and of Sleeveless Errand by Norah Cordner James.] With illustrations by Hal Collins. The woman with the fat legs gets out of the elevator, and before the door closes, she says, “Well, if she were mine, I’d give her a good ‘what for’.” We still have more floors to stop at.
Every one has different things to see when the doors open, clothing for dads, fancy long party dresses, girdles and brassieres, coats, shoes and purses. Inthe writer and publisher Percy ‘Inky’ Stephensen, penned a lampoon entitled, ‘The Well of Sleevelessness’, also published by Scholartis Press.
The trial The British Home Secretary, Sir William Joynson-Hicks (a public morality campaigner who had been instrumental in the prosecution of ‘The Well of Loneliness’), sent a copy of ‘Sleeveless Errand’ to the Director of Public Prosecutions.
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The trial The British Home Secretary, Sir William Joynson-Hicks (a public morality campaigner who had been instrumental in the prosecution of ‘The Well of Loneliness’), sent a copy. When did clothes develop sleeves. Perhaps the same time humankind discovered good stitching.
From body-covers made of animal skin held together at the sides, with just enough open space below the shoulders for armholes, the transition was now made into something that covered one’s arms as well. The tyranny of the sleeveless dress It’s that time again, when graduations, weddings and barbecues fill the weekends.
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He was with the 13 year olds and they would sometimes pick on us younger kids. Well, he was there with a buddy of his, he also seemed to have gotten skinnier from when he.
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The cover and interior typesettings unfortunately give the book an amateur feel. The bold lettering of the cover title does not blend well with the soft image of the woman at the well. The font size inside the book is large, making it appear as if younger readers are the target audience.Oooo, I love everything you're making too!
This is really great. I'd sort of passed this one by because of the sleevelessness, but after the conversation on the boards today about wearing what's comfortable instead of "acceptable" I really think I might have to try this out.
Of course, yours looks better than mine probably will on me. Back somewhere in the mid’s, I was a bridesmaid in a friend’s wedding. The dress that we collectively chose was rather nice– it was midnight blue and sleeveless and came with a rather lovely wrap.
(This was long before I had embraced the beauty of sleevelessness, but I digress.).