What is sue?

  • (noun): French writer whose novels described the sordid side of city life (1804-1857).
    Synonyms: Eugene Sue
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Los Sueños
... Los Sueños (Dreams or Visions) is a satirical prose work by the Spanish Baroque writer Francisco de Quevedo ... was first published in Barcelona in 1627 under the title Sueños y discursos de verdades descubridoras de abusos, vicios y engaños en todos los oficios del ... Los Sueños consists of five sections, each describing a satirical dream vision of the next world El Sueño del Juicio Final ("The Dream of the Last Judgement") El ...
Susanne Hart - Biography
... The marriage ended in divorce after a few years and Sue Hart had to raise two children on her own ... Sue Hart's second husband was veterinarian Toni Harthoorn whom she had known since college ... In 1964, Sue and her husband moved to Kenya where they met George Adamson ...
Sue, Fukuoka
... Sue (須恵町, Sue-machi?) is a town located in Kasuya District, Fukuoka, Japan. ...
Sue (name) - See Also
... Sue (disambiguation) All pages beginning with "Sue" for list of many people with given name "Sue" ...
Sue And Sunny - Career
... Born Yvonne ('Sue') and Heather ('Sunny') Wheatman in Madras, India they made their recording debut together in 1963 under the name The Myrtelles with their cover version of Lesley Gore's "Just ... Sue and Sunny themselves are a little unsure of how many records they have actually released ... sale on 20 April 1974, Sunny was quoted as saying "Sue and I found ourselves recording on our own and we had a couple of singles put out ...

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Famous quotes containing the word sue:

    Apart, we think we wish ourselves together,
    Yet sue for solitude upon our meetings....
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)