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  1. Barks and Purrs by Colette, 2010-07-24
  2. The Collected Stories of Colette by Colette, 1984-09-01
  3. Remembering the Future: The Path to Recovering Intuition by Colette Baron-Reid, 2006-09-01
  4. Secrets of the Flesh: A Life of Colette (Ballantine Reader's Circle) by Judith Thurman, 2000-10-31
  5. The Sublime and Spirited Voyage of Original Sin by Colette Moody, 2009-03-09
  6. The Complete Claudine: Claudine at School; Claudine in Paris; Claudine Married; Claudine and Annie by Colette, 2001-09-05
  7. The Vagabond (Dover Books on Literature & Drama) by Colette, 2010-04-21
  8. Colette's Birthday Cakes by Colette Peters, 2000-04-01
  9. Gigi, Julie de Carneilha, and Chance Acquaintances: Three Short Novels by Colette, 2001-10-10
  10. Cakes to Dream On: A Master Class in Decorating by Colette Peters, 2004-11-09
  11. Seduction of Moxie by Colette Moody, 2009-09-15
  12. Cheri and The Last of Cheri [movie tie-in edition] by Colette, 2009-06-23
  13. Journey Through The Chakras CD by Colette Baron-Reid, 2007-02-01
  14. The Art of Manipulating Fabric by Colette Wolff, 1996-10-01

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2. Colette - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
colette was the pen name of the French novelist SidonieGabrielle colette (January 28, 1873 – August 3, 1954). She is best known, at least in the
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Playwrights ... edit Colette was the pen name of the French novelist Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette January 28 August 3 ). She is best known, at least in the English-speaking world, for her novel Gigi , which provided the plot for a musical film and stage musical
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Colette was born in Saint-Sauveur-en-Puisaye Yonne , in the Burgundy Region of France , the daughter of Jules-Joseph Colette and Ad¨le Eug©nie Sidonie Landoy ('Sido'). In 1893 she married Henri Gauthier-Villars , a famous wit known as 'Willy', who was 15 years her senior. Her first books, the

3. DJ Colette 3k - career spanned from her early 20s to her mid-70s. Her main themes were joys and pains of love, and female sexuality in the male-dominated world.
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5. Colette Quotes - The Quotations Page
colette; There are days when solitude, for someone my age, colette, in New York WorldTelegram and Sun, 1961; The true traveler is he who goes on foot,
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A happy childhood is poor preparation for human contacts.
Hope costs nothing.
There are days when solitude, for someone my age, is a heady wine that intoxicates you with freedom, others when it is a bitter tonic, and still others when it is a poison that makes you beat your head against the wall.
Colette 'Freedom,' 1908
Total absence of humor renders life impossible.
Colette Chance Acquaintances, 1952 - More quotations on: [ Laughter Humor
You will do foolish things, but do them with enthusiasm.
Colette in New York World-Telegram and Sun, 1961
The true traveler is he who goes on foot, and even then, he sits down a lot of the time.
Colette Paris From My Window, 1944 - More quotations on: [ Travel
We only do well the things we like doing.
Colette Prisons and Paradise, 1932

6. Colette’s Cakes 2008
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7. Colette - Sidonie Gabrielle Claudine Colette
colette married Henri GauthierVillars, a writer and critic, in 1920. He published her first novels, the Claudine series, under his own pen name.
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    Sidonie Gabrielle Claudine Colette, Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette Colette married Henri Gauthier-Villars, a writer and critic, in 1920. He published her first novels, the Claudine series, under his own pen name. After they divorced, Colette began performing in music halls as a dancer and mime, and produced another book. This was followed with more books, usually semi-autobiographical with a narrator named Colette, and many scandals, as she established her writing career. Colette was married twice more: Henri de Jouvenal (1912-1925) and Maurice Goudeket (1935-1954). Colette received the French Legion of Honor (Légion d'Honneur) in 1953.

    8. Colette (Sidonie-Gabrielle) 1873-1954
    colette was born in the village of SaintSaveur-en Puisaye, Burgundy. Considered one of France’s leading twentieth-century novelists, she was elected to the
    Colette (Sidonie-Gabrielle) 1873-1954
    Colette was born in the village of Saint-Saveur-en Puisaye, Burgundy. Considered one of France’s leading twentieth-century novelists, she was elected to the prestigious Academie Goncourt and Academie Royal Belge. Recognized for her warm, subjective style and the lyrical beauty of her prose as well as her prolific output, she produced over fifty books, numerous short stories and articles for some of the leading newspapers and periodicals of her era. Critics generally divide her work into four phases: the Claudine novels, life in the theater, the politics of love, and reminiscences of youth and family. Dominant themes concern the difficulty of reconciling a woman’s struggle for independence and self-realization with the insistent demands of physical passion and the inevitable requirements of adult relationships. Although Colette considered The Pure and the Impure (1932) to be her finest work, many critics believe the best representations of her craft are found in The Vagabond (1910), Cheri (1920), The Last of Cheri (1926), My Mother's House (1922)

    9. Featured Author: Colette
    colette goes straight to the heart; she is concerned with nothing but emotions, and in portraying them she has a delicacy of touch that can make even the
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  • Mavis Gallant Reviews Judith Thurman's 'Secrets of the Flesh: A Life of Colette' (Oct. 17, 1999)
  • First Chapter: 'Secrets of the Flesh'
    From 'Secrets of the Flesh' Colette with Audrey Hepburn, who played Gigi on Broadway in 1951. REVIEWS OF COLETTE'S BOOKS:
  • Cheri
    ". . . endears itself to the reader partly because of its subject, but more because of the manner of its telling. Its delicacy of sentiment, its tenderness of mood when concerned with matter not usually delicate or tender, makes the reader forget that Mme. Colette is writing of a gigolo and a courtesan . . . "
  • Mitsou, Or How Girls Grow Wise
    "Colette goes straight to the heart; she is concerned with nothing but emotions, and in portraying them she has a delicacy of touch that can make even the censorable above censoring."
  • The Gentle Libertine
    ". . . deserves to be called the most mature, the most delicate and the wittiest book yet written by Colette, that very delicate and witty novelist."
  • Renee La Vagabonde
    ". . . [a] thoroughly 'trivial' book, in the better sense of the word, and it will be liked only by those who enjoy trivialities when they are accompanied by great charm and grace of expression."
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    11. - Vogele Associates - Attorneys Advisors
    Founded by colette Vogele, the firm is also deeply committed to providing colette Vogele will be presenting with Denise Howell and Jeff Heninger on the

    12. Dancing On Colette's Grave
    One woman s journey through life, love and beyond.
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    One woman's journey through life, love and beyond.
    "When my body thinks...all my flesh has a soul" - Colette
    Thursday, April 03, 2008
    postCount('6021906182180115580'); postCountTB('6021906182180115580'); the really, really fast lane...
    Too much stuff to do, not enough time. Too much love to give, too little time (it seems) to share....
    I am not trying to complain (really, I'm not). I just want more time - or need to manage it better, or need to stop feeling so very overwhelmed.
    I still have to finish stuff for the wedding. This is a must do and a very timely thing.
    I have a possible huge Yoga opportunity looming and I am not sure how to approach this - I'd love to just quit my job and do Yoga - but I am not sure I can do that and ever hope to get ahead or retire...but then what the fuck do I 'really' care about money? (That's just it I don't)....
    Things with Erin's son are well...not going well - but it's also going to be OK as long as we keep on him, as long as we can show him how much we are in his corner.

    13. Knit Witch
    Once that is done I can start on the 16 and NYR logo on the side. I am having fun knitting these and can t wait to finish them. Posted by colette at 1203
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    She's a rebel She's a saint She's the salt of the earth And she's dangerous
    Friday, April 04, 2008
    things to do in Dallas when it rains
    Day 1. Get sick - it's 50 degrees, windy, wet and freezing here.
    find the nearest drug store, but Clariton D - got to bed and pray for sunshine
    Day 2. 81 degrees, windy, wet and warm - drugs worked drive around see the sites
    Day 3. Wake up - pouring rain - windy and cold again. Decide to drive around and hope it clears
    12 noon - the sun is shining - still windy, but warm!
    We have been in Dallas 3 days now and the weather has been most uncooperative, though today it finally cleared up and we were able to walk around and see some sights. We went to the Sixth Floor Museum in the old Dallas Book Depository - and took pictures of Dealey Plaza, went to the Fairgrounds, but the Train Museum was closed. Found a bead shop and bought pale green beads for the mohair shetland triangle and are planning to go to the Galleria later.
    Some pictures of Dallas:
    the view from our hotel window
    David in Dealy Plaza
    Tomorrow we head to Austin, which is what I am looking forward to. There are a number of yarn shops, stores, restaurants and bars I want to visit while we are there!

    14. Glbtq >> Literature >> Colette
    One of France s most beloved authors, colette wrote novels with strong lesbian subtexts.
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    Colette (1873-1954)
    page: Colette is one of France's most beloved authors, a "national treasure," as one French reader has put it. This admiration is reserved for the Colette who in some sixty-odd books wrote magnificently and frankly about woman's condition. It does not generally extend to the Colette whose name invariably appears whenever lists of famous gay and lesbian authors are compiled. Colette's six-year liaison with the Marquise de Belboeuf, known as Missy, is dismissed as a phase, and her other lesbian relationships are almost never mentioned in the admiring accounts of her life. Sponsor Message.
    The Pure and the Impure (1932, rev. 1941), which contains Colette's most explicit and extended writing on homosexuality, continues to baffle those who actually read it, and the strong lesbian subtext found throughout her oeuvre remains all but invisible even today.

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