Historical Romance

And the Miss Ran Away With the Rake (Rhymes with Love, Book by Elizabeth Boyle

By Elizabeth Boyle

Brilliant gentleman of skill seeks a sensiblelady of fine breeding for correspondence, and indue attention, matrimony. that is precisely the kind of commercial that makespractical-to-a-fault Daphne Dale's center flutter. A sensiblegentleman, in her estimation, is the suitable match,and she's much more confident as soon as she's replacing sensiblyromantic letters along with her very acceptable suitor. That is,until Lord Henry Seldon strays into her course. He's everythingshe's vowed to avoid—a rakish charmer whose verytouch seduces her sensible sensibilities and her resolve.Lord Henry Seldon was once no longer amused whilst his nephewplaced an commercial to discover him a spouse. but he couldn'tresist replying to the observe from "Miss Spooner." And oncehe discovers he's corresponding without any different thanthe disarming Daphne Dale, he unearths it's too past due to disavowhis middle. Now it really is as much as Henry to end up to Daphne simply howinsensible—and powerfully passionate—true love might be . . .

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5. Wace used redaction E of the Gesta Normannorum ducum, which was composed by Orderic Vitalis; the first section of the text is essentially a condensed version of Dudo’s De moribus (see Van Houts 1992: I, xciii). Although Wace’s text is unfinished, and scholars are not in agreement as to his final plans, it is clear that he uses the Gesta Normannorum ducum as a quarry for material rather than a source to be followed closely (but cf. Le Saux 2005: 158-59). 6. The first two parts, the Chronique ascendante (315 lines) and the Deuxième partie (4425 lines).

1r 24 Peter Ainsworth Fig. 5. Stonyhurst College, MS 1, fol. 1r Representing Royalty in Some Manuscripts of Froissart’s Chroniques 25 Fig. 6. Stonyhurst College, MS 1, fol. 56r 26 Peter Ainsworth Fig. 7. Stonyhurst College, MS 1, fol. 227v Representing Royalty in Some Manuscripts of Froissart’s Chroniques 27 Fig. 8. Stonyhurst College, MS 1, fol. 69r 28 Peter Ainsworth Fig. 9. Besançon, MS 864, fol. 46v Representing Royalty in Some Manuscripts of Froissart’s Chroniques 29 Fig. 10. Besançon, MS 864, fol.

12. Or Master of the Giac Hours (Villela-Petit). See Meiss (1974: I, 256-77, and 401-4); he does not mention Besançon MS 864, however. Also: Catalogue des expositions organisées par la ville de Valenciennes en l’honneur de Jehan Froissart, 1937, pp. 38ff. nos. XXVI and XXVIII pls. XIX-XXI, XXIII. 13. For a discussion of the possible origin and significance of these presentation miniatures, see Varvaro (1994). On fol. 209 of BnF MS fr 2664 we learn that this codex (like its twin 2663) once belonged to Tainguy du Chastel († 1478), who gave it to Jehan, seigneur de Derval.

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