Posts Tagged: Isabelle Eberhardt

Song from the Uproar

‘All of a sudden, we heard a grumbling sound that seemed like a procession of lorries advancing. The noise grew louder and louder. People passed by, running. They cried out: “The wadi! The wadi!”‘

Song from the Uproar

‘All of a sudden, we heard a grumbling sound that seemed like a procession of lorries advancing. The noise grew louder and louder. People passed by, running. They cried out: “The wadi! The wadi!”‘

Pearls: Isabelle Eberhardt

“I’m quite aware that this way of life is dangerous, but the moment of danger is also the moment of hope…”

Pearls: Isabelle Eberhardt

“I’m quite aware that this way of life is dangerous, but the moment of danger is also the moment of hope…”

Looking ahead

A look ahead at some volumes of interest scheduled to appear in 2012, including works by or about Joseph Roth, Anita Berber & Sebastian Droste, Aleister Crowley, Isabelle Eberhardt, Ronald Firbank, M.P. Shiel and Count Eric Stenbock, as well as a biography of Herbert Huncke.

Looking ahead

A look ahead at some volumes of interest scheduled to appear in 2012, including works by or about Joseph Roth, Anita Berber & Sebastian Droste, Aleister Crowley, Isabelle Eberhardt, Ronald Firbank, M.P. Shiel and Count Eric Stenbock, as well as a biography of Herbert Huncke.

Dress-down Friday: Isabelle Eberhardt

From conception onwards, Isabelle Eberhardt’s existence owed nothing to convention. From the shores of Lake Geneva, Eberhardt’s imagination was soon drawn to the sandy expanses of North Africa.

Dress-down Friday: Isabelle Eberhardt

From conception onwards, Isabelle Eberhardt’s existence owed nothing to convention. From the shores of Lake Geneva, Eberhardt’s imagination was soon drawn to the sandy expanses of North Africa.