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  1. Jane Eyre - Laura Kalpakian

    Apr 02, 2020 · Another searingly astute piece of analysis and observation by Laura. “To see oneself as the heroine of one’s own life is an occupational hazard of bookish girls”… so true. Charlotte Bronte was the heroine of her own life, but I believe that she ‘won’ her own romantic ideal in Rochester, vicariously through her creation of Jane. Reply

  2. Laura Kalpakian - Wikipedia

    Laura Anne Kalpakian (born June 28, 1945) is an American author. She has also published under the pen names Juliet Fitzgerald and Carenna Jane Greye.She is known for her work in the memoir genre.

  3. Laura Kalpakian (Author of The Great Pretenders)

    Laura Kalpakian is the author of The Great Pretenders (3.76 avg rating, 388 ratings, 93 reviews, published 2019), The Memoir Club (3.35 avg rating, 318 r...

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  4. Laura Kalpakian - Reality TV World

    Laura Kalpakian Brief Biography Laura Anne Kalpakian (born June 28, 1945) is an American author. She has also published under the pen names Juliet Fitzgerald and Carenna Jane Greye. She is known for her work in the memoir genre.

  5. Jane Eyre | Laura Kalpakian

    Jane Eyre. by Laura Kalpakian | Apr 2, 2020 | random reader. When I first read Jane Eyre, perhaps at age twelve or thirteen, I was intolerable for months. Southern California was very short on wild moors, and I longed for them. A little breathlessly I imagined a great love for a difficult man worthy of my affections. So...

  6. Laura A. Kalpakian Papers,

    Gift of Laura A. Kalpakian, 2003. Preferred Citation [Identification of item], Laura A. Kalpakian Papers (Collection 1342). Department of Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, UCLA. UCLA Catalog Record ID UCLA Catalog Record ID: 4888819 Biography Author and critic Laura Anne Kalpakian was born June 28, 1945, in Long Beach ...

  7. Laura Kalpakian -

    Apr 16, 2019 · Laura Kalpakian was nominated for the prestigious International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award for American Cookery. She won a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, a Pushcart Prize, the Pacific Northwest Booksellers' Award (twice), the Anahid Award for an American writer of Armenian descent, the PEN West Award, and the Stand International Short Fiction Competition.

  8. Resurrected Women: Barbara Pym - Laura Kalpakian

    Apr 07, 2020 · Laura, I’m so glad you reminded me of Barbara Pym! I first read Quartet in Autumn back in the 70s, too, and loved it. So, I picked up and read most of the others. I have fond memories of Jane and Prudence, as well as Some Tame Gazelle, Excellent Women, and An Unsuitable Attachment.

  9. The Great Pretenders by Laura Kalpakian: 9781101990186 ...

    Laura Kalpakian’s clever prose introduces us to a vibrant woman we can admire–a woman both brave and vulnerable. After one fearless choice, her life seems to careen toward certain wreckage, yet Roxanne is there to show us that integrity and love are the conquering powers.

  10. THE MEMOIR CLUB by Laura Kalpakian | Kirkus Reviews

    The club of the title offers structure for Kalpakian (Educating Waverly, 2002, etc.) as she delves—and delves—into grief and loss.It evolves out of a class taught at the university extension center (in Portland, Oregon) by a woman named Penny Taylor, who offers such obliquely profound comments on her students’ work that six of them decide to continue meeting with her as a club when the ...

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