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NicolasGold1: Best Disney Live-Action Films: Treasure Island, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Darby O'Gill and the Little People, Pollyanna, Swiss Family Robinson, The Absent-Minded Professor, Mary Poppins, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, The Black Hole, and Tron.

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HannahMoreSoc: Fun thread about Mary Robinson (Darby), who attended the Mores school.

SharonLathan: Mary Darby Robinson | Sharon Lathan, Novelist. The bio of famed actress Mary Darby Robinson, a woman of tremendous influence.

SharonLathan: Mary Darby Robinson | Sharon Lathan, Novelist.

SharonLathan: Mary Darby Robinson | Sharon Lathan, Novelist. A onetime mistress of the Prince of Wales (among others), Mary Darby Robinson gained fame as a renowned stage actress … and more!

DoinaBadescu: PETALS OF THOUGHTS: THE SNOWDROP - by Mary Darby Robinson

SharonLathan: Mary Darby Robinson | Sharon Lathan, Novelist. Mary Darby Robinson: A Georgian Era woman of influence in more ways than just acting.

ladyleemanila: The Mistletoe (A Christmas Tale) by Mary Darby Robinson

route4y: 'Sonnet To My Beloved Daughter' by Mary Darby Robinson (1757 - 1800)

WaddesdonManor: Mary Robinson was a celebrated actress & poet who became mistress to the Prince of Wales after he saw her perform the role of Perdita in the ‘The Winter’s Tale’ in 1779

AustenAuthors: Mary Darby Robinson: poet, actress, notorious adulteress, novelist, feminist. A woman who made an impact, for bette...

SharonLathan: Mary Darby Robinson: A Georgian Era woman of influence in more ways than just acting.

peacefulwrrior: "AH! think no more that Life's delusive joys, Can charm my thoughts from FRIENDSHIP'S dearer claim; Or wound a he...

ladyleemanila: The Mistletoe (A Christmas Tale) by Mary Darby Robinson



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The Parting Day
 by Edith Wharton

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SOME busy hands have brought to light,
And laid beneath my eye,
The dress I wore that afternoon
You came to say good-by.


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