3 edition of A Grecian bend found in the catalog.
A Grecian bend
Baker, George Melville
|Statement||by the author of Better than gold ..|
|Series||[Baker"s edition of plays], English and American drama of the nineteenth century, Baker"s edition of plays|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||92|
A novel way to walk the Queen, This beautiful Grecian Bend. When girls go out upon the street, Their heads arrive before their feet; The figure cut is sure a treat, But this is the Grecian Bend. CHORUS The doctors think the walk is fine, For all the ladies who incline; Must have a curvature of spine, To give them a Grecian Bend. and Grecian bend-backs and flummeries; yes and mothers and gray-haired grandmothers wear highheeled shoes and humps on their heads, and put them on their babies, and stuff them out so that they keel over when the wind blows. O mothers, Printed in 'The Book of Life', page , and is an excellent example of Truth's mockery of pretension.
In Volume 2 of Scott’s book (pp), he notes the small crescent-shaped inlet lying between Rubicon Point and the mouth of Emerald Bay as Grecian Bend. On first encountering this reference, I imagined that it might have been the scene of a nineteenth century Toga Party. The firm of Currier and Ives was a New York printmaking firm that operated from until Nathaniel Currier was a printmaker who started the business and James, who started as the firm's bookkeeper, became Currier's partner in
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The Grecian Bend was a stooping fashion that first made its appearance England in the s, but it did not reach the pinnacle of popularity until Victorian times (somewhere between and ). It supposedly acquired its name from the graceful Venus de Milo as she inclined slightly forward.
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Here’s a few verses of a song called “Grecian Bend’: ‘Tis fun to see a lass so tall, Lean forward ’till you’d think she’d fall, Or pitch against a tree or wall, Because of her Grecian bend.
E’en bashful girls are forward now, So forward that the people vow, They’ve been all day behind a plow-To give them a Grecian bend.
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The Grecian Bend inspired songwriters, who turned out Bend-themed vocal and instrumental music, and popular artists, who used the Bend’s distinctive silhouette in caricatures and "The Grecian Bend, She Stoops to Conquer" Summary Music sheet.
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One newspaper reporters noticed the imitators and stated: “[A] monstrosity has made itself visible among the [Edinburgh] female promenaders in Princess Street, viz., ‘the Alexandra Limp!'” The reporter also maintained that “Grecian bends and preposterous mincing steps as of a duck on hot.
Alex Grecian is an American author of historical mystery novels, and is also a comic book writer. He writes the Scotland Yard’s Murder Squad series and is the co-creator of the comic book series Proof. Growing up, Alex read all the classics by authors like C.S. Lewis, Charles Dickens, Lewis Carroll and Edgar Allan Poe, before discovering crime fiction and reading authors like Graham Greene.
In the s tight corsets and big bustles were all the rage. The posture forced upon women wearing these fashionable undergarments was called the Grecian Bend. As decompression injuries caused a similar posture, workers on the Brooklyn Bridge christened the syndrome "the Grecian bends", soon shortened to "the bends".
The Grecian Bend Summary Music cover showing fashionably dressed woman holding parasol. Contributor Names Brown, John George,artist, copyright claimant. The pictorial sketch-book of Pennsylvania, or, Its scenery, internal improvements, resources, and.
Not only were bones warped by longterm tightlacing, but women actually were prone to fainting and dying due to a shortness of breath.
Many women boasted waistlines as small as 21 or 22 inches. By the end of the Victorian era, corseting shifted towards what would later be called a "Grecian bend," which made women lean forward.
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The Grecian bend Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. The “Grecian Bend” ran along Richmond Terrace between Bement and Pelton Avenues. It was depicted in an publication about Staten Island. The image is posted below. The area around Richmond Terrace and Bement Avenue is significant for another reason.
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Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. The Grecian Bend by Pastor, Tony, Publication date Topics Music title pages, Clothing and dress, Fashion, Parasols, Bustles Publisher Newberry Library. Return, brave Ajax, to thy Grecian friends, And joy the nations whom thy arm defends; As I shall glad each chief, and Trojan wife, Who wearies heaven with vows for Hector's life.
But let us, on this memorable day, Exchange some gift: that Greece and Troy may say, 'Not hate, but glory, made these chiefs contend; And each brave foe was in his.
A maker of slow food and simple living. A collector of memories, a keeper of books, and a champion for books that make memories. An addict who likes my half-and-half with a splash of coffee. it was evident that most of what is known about Grecian "everyday life" came from the excavation of ancient Grecian urns.
Bend each strip so that. Brigham Young asked Relief Society members to avoid the “Grecian bend,” adding that “so far as my taste is concerned I would much rather see a ‘Mormon bend’ than a ‘Grecian bend.’” (“Grecian,” and “Pannier,” in The Oxford English Dictionary, ed.
James A. GRECIANS; GREEKS. gre'-shanz, greks: In the Old Testament the word "Grecians" occurs but once (Joe 3 (4):6). For references to Greece in the Old Testament see the King James Version of the Old Testament Apocrypha "Grecians" and "Greeks" are used without distinction, e.g.
1 .The Original Grecian Bend; Felice Beato (English, born Italy, - ); about –; Hand-colored albumen silver print; 19 × 17 cm (7 1/2 × 6 11/16 in.); ; Partial gift from the Wilson Centre for Photography; J.
Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California.Arthur Quiller-Couch, ed. The Oxford Book of English Verse: – John Keats. – Ode on a Grecian Urn.