Jackie Dees Domingue

Standard Name: Domingue, Jackie Dees

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Cultural formation L. S. Bevington
She was born into a white and wealthy English family. It had Quaker roots on both sides, but there are questions about whether or not she was brought up in the Society of Friends. The...
Cultural formation L. S. Bevington
Well before the 1890s LSB was also a committed atheist. The reasons for and timing of her conversion away from Christianity are unknown, but her early poetry in the Quaker periodical Friends' Quarterly Examiner (1871)...
Family and Intimate relationships L. S. Bevington
More is known about LSB 's relationship with her brother, Alex (who was born on 24 June 1854). She corresponded with him, and sent him poems she had written. Scholar Jackie Dees Domingue speculates that...
Family and Intimate relationships L. S. Bevington
LSB 's marriage was short. Although the couple never formally divorced, they parted ways after a few years, and thereafter always lived separately. Jackie Dees Domingue argues that since LSB came from a wealthy family...
Friends, Associates L. S. Bevington
It is not clear how they met: Jackie Dees Domingue speculates that common ties to Quakerism might brought them into connected circles. In this year Spencer was responsible for the reprinting of some LSB poems...
Literary responses L. S. Bevington
This article inspired a review even before its publication, which criticized LSB 's argument as strangely silent as to the greater issues which flow from her doctrine, and constitute the real issues to be got...
politics L. S. Bevington
Jackie Dees Domingue speculates that LSB 's dislike of government began in Germany , where she was subjected to an inordinate amount of regulations, penalties, and endless errands to the police station.
Domingue, Jackie Dees. Doctrine and Dynamite. Texas A and M, 2000.
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politics L. S. Bevington
Her creed was unusual; she believed that no one ought to own anything beyond what was absolutely needed. Jackie Dees Domingue terms this view atypical and abstract, and argues that it caused friction with the...
Reception L. S. Bevington
Scholar Jackie Dees Domingue speculates, however, that even at this early date LSB 's poetic references to God may have been less than heartfelt. She argues: Bevington may have been influenced by her father's living...
Textual Features L. S. Bevington
Two other pieces, How to Eat Bread (first published in Nineteenth Century in September 1881) and Dogs in Germany (first under her married name of Guggenberger, also in Nineteenth Century, in August 1887) deal...
Textual Production L. S. Bevington
LSB privately printed Key Notes, her first, slim collection of verses, under the pseudonym Arbor Leigh, containing philosophical reflections on evolution.
The pseudonym is probably a nod to Elizabeth Barrett Browning 's epic...
Textual Production L. S. Bevington
Her work as an essayist, however, has only recently been discussed in detail. Eijun Senaha analysed both her poetry and her essays in his brief biography in 2000,
Senaha, Eijun. “A Life of Louisa Sarah Bevington”. The Hokkaido University Annual Report on Cultural Sciences, pp. 131 - 49.
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while Jackie Dees Domingue 's dissertation...

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