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Zoa Night Perfume by Regines 3.3 oz Eau De Parfum Spray for Women. Conquer the night when you wear the luscious scent of Zoa Night perfume. This enticing fragrance for women was introduced by Parfums Regine in 2009 to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the brand. Decadent top notes of champagne and lemon verbena lead into floral heart notes including fresh rose, with sensuous base notes of vanilla and amber finishing this memorable perfume.
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Regines
Women's 3.4 oz EDT Spray.
UPC: 120349920453
Parfums Regines
The Uttermost Zoa Gold Accent Tables Set of 2 is the perfect way to bring chic metallic appeal into your home. These attractive tables feature slender figure-8 designs along the entire base, and their curves catch the light to further enhance their Gold finish. You'll love the brilliant color and sleek design of these tables in your home. Iron cage tables Bright Gold finish Clear tempered glass tops Product info furnished by Carolina Rustica.
UPC: 792977244340
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ZoA Wicomb's complex and deeply evocative fiction is among the most distinguished recent works of South African women's literature. It is also among the only works of fiction to explore the experience of "Coloured" citizens in apartheid-era South Africa, whose mixed heritage traps them, as Bharati Mukherjee wrote in the New York Times, "in the racial crucible of their country. "Wicomb deserves a wide American audience, on a part with Nadine Gordimer and J.M.Coetzee." - "Wall St. Journal" Wicomb is a gifted writer, and her compressed narratives work like brilliant splinters in the mind, suggesting a rich rhythm and shape."-"Seattle Times" " Wicomb's] prose is vigorous, textured, lyrical. She] is a sophisticated storyteller who combines the open-endedness of contemporary fiction with the force of autobiography and the simplicity of family stories."-Bharati Mukherjee, "New York Times Book Review" For course use in: African literature, African studies, growing up female, world literature, women's studies Zoe Wicomb was born in 1948 and raised in Namaquland, South Africa. After 20 years voluntary exile, she returned to South Africa in 1991 to teach at the University of the Western Cape. She currently lives in Glasgow and teaches at the University of Strathclyde, Scotland. Marcia Wright is professor of history at Columbia University and a member of the executive committee for the Women Writing Africa series. Carol Sicherman is professor emerita of English at Lehman College, CUNY.
ISBN: 1-55861-225-4
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