➵ [Reading] ➷ Shaggy Muses: The Dogs Who Inspired Emily Brontë, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Emily Dickinson, Edith Wharton, and Virginia Woolf By Maureen Adams ➪ – Uroturk.info

Shaggy Muses: The Dogs Who Inspired Emily Brontë, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Emily Dickinson, Edith Wharton, and Virginia Woolf Move Over Marley Make Room For Carlo Emily Dickinson S Giant Newfoundland Or Flush Elizabeth Barrett Browning S Golden Cocker Spaniel Or, Maybe, Keeper Emily Bronte S Intimidating Mastiff Mix In Self Contained Chapters Of Shaggy Muses, The Work Of Each Author Is Viewed Intimately Within The Context Of The Canine Companions Who Provided Love, Comfort And InspirationElizabeth Taylor, Literary Editor, The Chicago Tribune With This Book, Adams Has Created A Niche That Will Thrill Those Who Love Literature, Biography And DogsBark MagazineDog Lovers And Literary Groupies Alike Will Adore SHAGGY MUSES BookpageThese Concise Biographies Are Affecting And Engaging Kirkus Reviews Written With Lively, Accessible Prose, This Absorbing, Wholly Unique Book Is A Must Read For Literature And Dog Lovers Alike Booklist Lovers Of Both Dogs And Classic Writers Will Identify With This Sweet, Quirky Book Publishers WeeklyAn Intimate Look Into The Lives Of Famous Women Authors Whose Lives Were Difficult Than We Would Ever Have Imagined Their Dogs Helped Them To Survive And Create Their Great Works Of Classic English Literature Lovers Of Literature And All Of Those Interested In The Human Animal Bond Should Read This Fascinating Book Temple Grandin , Author Of Animals In TranslationI So Enjoyed SHAGGY MUSES It Manages Very Successfully To Bring Into Focus Exactly Why These Dogs Were Important To These Writers An Intriguing Mixture Of Providing Some With Confidence, Some With Love, Some With Protection And All Of Them With A Curious Sense Of Identification With Another Spirit Which, Sometimes, Fuelled Their Writing No Mean Feat Margaret Forster, Author Of Elizabeth Barrett Browning The Life And Loves Of A Poet Adams, A Clinical Psychologist, Explores The Many Roles Companions, Objects Of Affection, Witnesses, Protectors, Guides These Dogs Played In Their Owners Lives And Their Appearances In Their Work How Charming To Visualize Delicate Emily Dickinson With Amiable Carlo, Her Newfoundland, Living Their Lives In Amherst, Or Edith Wharton, Traveling Through Europe With Her Pekes The Times Picayune Adams, An English Professor Turned Clinical Psychologist, Shows Verve And Just The Right Amount Of Playfulness Deftly, She Places These Furry Inspirations Into The Environments That Nurtured And Restricted Their Th And Th Century Mistresses The Result Are Five Entertaining And Insightful Minibiographies, Exquisite As The Th Century Miniature Of Barrett Browning And Her Lapdog Flush Included In The Text The Cleveland Plain Dealer These Stories Based On Diaries, Letters And Contemporary Accounts With Several Photographs, Many Told Here For The First Time Reveal Intimate Details And New Perspectives On These Giants Of English And American Literature, Made Even Memorable By Adams Lively Writing The Providence Journal Shaggy Muses Is Readable And Interestingfull Of Facts And Insights Adams Goes Beyond The Superficial And Provides Real Information The Oregonian Adams Writes These Concise Biographies With Intelligence, Verve And Tenderness, And Her Background In Literature And Psychology Makes Her Uniquely Qualified She Does Not Avert Her Gaze From Each Of Her Subject S Troubles But Rather Shows How Each Became A Greater Writer Partially Through Unconditional Canine Friendship And Devotion Times Dispatch You Ll Call This Sentimental Perhaps But Then A Dog Somehow Represents The Private Side Of Life, The Play Side, Virginia Woolf Confessed To A Friend And It Is This Private, Playful Side, The Richness And Power Of The Bond Between Five Great Women Writers And Their Dogs, That Maureen Adams Celebrates In This Deeply Engaging Book In Shaggy Muses, We Visit Elizabeth Barrett Browning And Flush, The Golden Cocker Spaniel Who Danced The Poet Away From Death, Back To Life And Human Love We Roam The Wild Yorkshire Moors With Emily Bront , Whose Fierce Mastiff Mix, Keeper, Provided A Safe And Loving Outlet For The Writer S Equally Fierce Spirit We Enter The Creative Sanctum Of Emily Dickinson, Which She Shared Only With Carlo, The Gentle, Giant Newfoundland Who Soothed Her Emotional Terrors We Mingle With Edith Wharton, Whose Ever Faithful Pekes Warmed Her Lonely Heart During Her Restless Travels Among Europe And America S Social And Intellectual Elite We Are Privileged Guests In The Fragile Universe Of Virginia Woolf, Who Depended For Emotional Support And Sanity Not Only On Her Human Loved Ones But Also On Her Dogs, Especially Pinka A Gift From Her Lover, Vita Sackville West A Black Cocker Spaniel Who Became A Strong, Bright Thread In The Fabric Of Virginia And Leonard Woolf S Life TogetherBased On Diaries, Letters, And Other Contemporary Accounts And Featuring Many Illustrations Of The Writers And Their Dogs These Five Miniature Biographies Allow Us Unparalleled Intimacy With Women Of Genius In Their Hours Of Domestic Ease And Inner Vulnerability Shaggy Muses Also Enchants Us With A Pack Of New Friends Flush, Keeper, Carlo, Foxy, Linky, Grizzle, Pinka, And All The Other Devoted Canines Who Loved And Served These Great Writers


About the Author: Maureen Adams

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Shaggy Muses: The Dogs Who Inspired Emily Brontë, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Emily Dickinson, Edith Wharton, and Virginia Woolf book, this is one of the most wanted Maureen Adams author readers around the world.



10 thoughts on “Shaggy Muses: The Dogs Who Inspired Emily Brontë, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Emily Dickinson, Edith Wharton, and Virginia Woolf

  1. says:

    The short review A pleasant overview of several important female writers and their canine companions If you re not a dog person, you still won t be one after reading this book, but you may understand them a little better, even if you still think they re insane because they are.The details Bear in mind that this was written by a woman whose idea of trauma is being wealthy, happily married, and the mother of two normal, well adj


  2. says:

    Conhecer um pouco melhor estas cinco escritoras atrav s dos seus c es foi um prazer e um privil gio.


  3. says:

    Loved this little book It has five excellent condensed biographies, of all women authors who have a human dog bond They relied on their devoted dogs to help them through difficult times and First was Elizabeth Barrett Browning and her dog, Flush which was the subject for Woolf s book I haven t read her biography and I was shocked at how limited her life was before she got Flush That dog made it possible for her to leave her home,


  4. says:

    This was one of the most satisfying, fascinating pieces of non fiction I ve read in a while Well written and well researched.


  5. says:

    Not a big I would have normally picked up but a decently interesting read I am not too familiar with a lot of these poet Author s work but I have at least heard of them and now know a lot about them, at least some of their work, and their personal lives It really gave some of their work meaning and I enjoyed that I like dogs but I am of a cat person, so I wasn t as awed as some people may have been Interesting read


  6. says:

    The author here takes five popular women writers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries and focuses primarily on their relationships with their dogs Each woman was emotionally attached to their pet dogs and used them to overcome sickness physical and psychological and as muses to their creative works.I was excited by the concept of the book especially about the chapter regarding Edith Wharton and her little gentlemen and t


  7. says:

    They say that behind every great man there has to be a great woman, but behind a great woman They do not mention Perhaps we should look down toward the hearth Shaggy Muses, by Maureen Adams, is a heartful tribute to the dogs who unknowingly, and unconditionally inspired five iconic female writers Emily Bront , Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Edith Wharton, Emily Dickinson and Virginia Woolf.I suppose there are dog lovers in all walks of life


  8. says:

    Too full of remote speculative psychoanalysis, especially built upon premises that were unsafe in the first place One key example is the alleged beating given to her dog Keeper by Emily Bronte a luridly told story from the Gaskell biography of Charlotte Bronte, which is known to be somewhat exaggerated and unreliable for many reasons It leads the author a psychologist to then imply Bronte APPROVED of violence and looked down on certain anim


  9. says:

    As a dog lover, I really enjoyed this interesting little book The author once taught college level English lit and is now a clinical psychologist, so she provides some very interesting insights into these troubled, but talented, women Five women writers and their dogs are profiled Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Flush , Emily Bronte and Keeper , Emily Dickinson and Carlo , Edith Wharton and Foxy and Linky , and finally, Virginia Woolf and Gurt


  10. says:

    A lovely book The author provides interesting accounts of the important supportive roles dogs played in the lives of these authors I especially liked the chapters on Emily Dickenson and Elizabeth Barrett Browning The Bronte chapter was powerful but disturbing, not surprising considering the subject I love the poem Edith Wharton wrote it captures so much about our relationships with our dogs with just a few words My little old dog A heart beatAt


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *