Although she married and had two sons (one of whom donned, to his never-ending embarrassment, the famed velvet Lord Fauntleroy
suit), Burnett claimed to loathe marriage in an era that idealized domesticity.
As a six-year-old, when this was my favourite book (no accounting for taste) Fauntleroy
is pictured sitting on the back of a Great Dane.
The reworked George III penny describes Fauntleroy
as "The Robber of Widows and Orphans" while the other warns "all insolvent bilking [cheating] bankers" that "The Fate of Fauntleroy
" awaits them, reports the Telegraph.
29) The idea of a bad boy as the normal and healthy boy entered the public arena at this early date, even as it vied with works such as the popular Little Lord Fauntleroy
, first published in 1886, the story of a noble, refined, and self-effacing little boy.
She is not only to the right of Genghis Kahn and Attila the Hun, but she makes both of them look like Little Lord Fauntleroy
American architecture is composed, in the hundred, of ninety parts aberration, eight parts indifference, one part poverty, and one part Little Lord Fauntleroy
Krassner's conscious life, as he tells it, began when he was performing a solo violin concerto at the age of six, the youngest musician ever to give a concert at Carnegie Hall: "I was wearing a Little Lord Fauntleroy
suit - ruffled white silk shirt with puffy sleeves, black velvet short pants with ivory buttons and matching vest - white socks and black patent-leather shoes.
Speaking at 8am, he declared in a posh voice: "Lord Fauntleroy
here, could you turn those negro rhythms down?
htm) the group recorded a track entitled Nuclear - produced by Pharrell and co-written by Pharrell, Williams, James Fauntleroy
and Lonny Bereal - for a collection of their best ballads under the banner, Love Songs.
TV viewers might recall him as a child actor in the '90s when he took on the title role in the series Little Lord Fauntleroy
The show, The Key to the Garden, is based on the life of Frances Hodgson Burnett, author of many children's books including The Secret Garden, A Little Princess and Little Lord Fauntleroy
MUMMY, really - the Little Lord Fauntleroy
look is SO last century.
Eight-year-old point-to-pointer Fauntleroy
was the only horse to change hands for a five-figure sum, arriving at the Berkshire auction ring after four successes for Karyn Heard this season, the latest of them when making all at Great Trethew in Cornwall on April 1.
In his character of Fauntleroy
(great name for a Geordie low-life), he told tales of his wife Saccarina and her sister, Semolina, and his mates Dumper Dodds and Belcher Bell.
You have to check out Little Lady Fauntleroy