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Presentation on theme: "Biography and desire for children among women with mental disorders. Deftly and eloquently recounting in turn the life stories of Khayyam and FitzGerald, linking them over the span of eight centuries, acclaimed biographer Robert Richardson has crafted the story of the legendary Rubaiyat itself, illuminating a literary classic and reinforcing its place in the canon of great world literature. Richardson is that increasingly rare phenomenon among academics, an enthusiast, even a lover, of his subjects.
Richardson's critical discussions of the journals, 'Walden,' 'Cape Cod,' and the other works are invariably illuminating and cast a new light on Thoreau's sometimes cross-grained but fascinating personality. For those who understand Emerson, this book is unforgettable; it is essential.
Nearer the Heart's Desire is ultimately a biography not of the poets but of their shared poetry. He would excel in commercial law, forming partnerships with leading Montreal lawyers which brought a steady stream of wealthy corporate clients during his 35 years in practice. His propensity to litigate ensured his presence in a variety of complex cases in which he had a personal interest.
As an independent, he lost Beauharnois in He lost by 28 votes and contested the results up to the Supreme Court of Canada, which dismissed the case in when Laflamme was minister of justice. Girouard was undefeated in Jacques-Cartier for the next 17 years. This bill, introduced in , proved so controversial to conservative church authorities that he had to withdraw it.
After considerable diplomacy, he secured passage of a modified version of the bill in A similar measure passed by the British House of Commons in was not made law until