Ceres’ Runaway & Other Essays

Alice MEYNELL (1847 - 1922)

Alice Meynell was an English essayist, critic, and poet who was also a leading suffragist, serving as vice-president of the Women Writers' Suffrage League, She and her husband Wilfrid Meynell were active in publishing and editing literary works including helping to launch the first works of Francis Thompson, author of "Hound of Heaven." The Meynell's later converted to Roman Catholicism. These essays are very evocative for anyone who has, or wants to visit London, capturing the atmosphere of the late nineteenth century In "Ceres' Runaway," she covers topics ranging through travel, literature and children. - Summary by Larry Wilson

Genre(s): *Non-fiction, Essays & Short Works

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Ceres’ Runaway Annyiee Hill
00:07:34
Play 02 A Vanquished Man Eva Davis
00:09:44
Play 03 A Northern Fancy Annyiee Hill
00:11:04
Play 04 Laughter Annyiee Hill
00:08:31
Play 05 Harlequin Mercutio Nemo
00:06:32
Play 06 The Little Language Annyiee Hill
00:10:23
Play 07 Anima Pellegrina! Lillis Joy
00:07:47
Play 08 The Sea Wall Lillis Joy
00:10:05
Play 09 The Daffodil Lillis Joy
00:08:12
Play 10 Addresses Lillis Joy
00:05:59
Play 11 The Audience Annyiee Hill
00:05:20
Play 12 Tithonus DrPGould
00:11:41
Play 13 The Tow Path Nemo
00:07:36
Play 14 The Tethered Constellations Nemo
00:05:49
Play 15 Popular Burlesque brianna
00:10:12
Play 16 Dry Autumn Michael Fassio
00:07:12
Play 17 The Plaid Annyiee Hill
00:07:01
Play 18 Two Burdens Roman Noble
00:07:14
Play 19 The Unready Michael Fassio
00:08:56
Play 20 The Child of Tumult DrPGould
00:12:05
Play 21 The Child of Subsiding Tumult Larry Wilson
00:09:57