7 edition of The Daughter of the Queen of Sheba found in the catalog.
September 15, 1998
by Random House Audio
Written in English
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Edition Notes Originally published: Houghton Mifflin, t.p. verso. Includes page "A Penguin readers guide to Daughter of the Queen of Sheba, by Jacki Lyden," at end of : Thanks to her cameo in the Bible, the Queen of Sheba is one of the most famous and mysterious women of the ancient world. But there’s a lot more about this lady than her relationship with King Solomon. From goat hooves to the Ark of the Covenant, here’s the true story of the Queen of : Brit Mcginnis.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Daughter of the Queen of Sheba by Jacki Lyden, , Houghton Mifflin edition, in EnglishPages: "What distinguishes Daughter of the Queen of Sheba from any other book about dysfunctional parents and turns this exotic memoir into compelling literature is the dreamy poetry of Lyden's prose. In graceful imagery as original (and occasionally as highly wrought) as her mother's costumes, Lyden—a senior correspondent for National Public.
In her manic phases, Dolores became Marie Antoinette or the Queen of Sheba, exotically delusional and frightening, yet to young Jacki also transcendent, even inspiring. In time, Jacki grew to accept, even relish, Dolores's bizarre episodes, marveling at her mother's creative energy and using it to fuel her own. Daughter of the Queen of Sheba audiobook, by Jacki Lyden As a foreign correspondent for National Public Radio, Jacki Lyden has spent her adult life on the frontlines in some of the most dangerous war zones in the world. Her childhood was a war zone of a different kind. Her mother suffered from what we now call manic-depression; when Jacki was a child in.
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Daughter of the Queen of Sheba: A Memoir Paperback – October 1, by Jacki Lyden (Author)/5(38). Lyden’s Daughter of the Queen of Sheba had been recommended to me years ago, and I finally got around to reading it.
A fabulously written, disturbing story. The non-traditional structure, described as “circular,” enhances the reader’s experience of the Lyden’s mother’s mental illness, though as writer, I wanted to know: how did Lyden pull it off?/5.
Daughter of the Queen of Sheba Paperback – May 1, by Jacki Lyden (Author) › Visit Amazon's Jacki Lyden Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central /5(38). Her mother, Dolores, suffered from what is now called manic depression; but when Jacki was growing up in a small Midwestern town, Dolores was simply called crazy.
In her manic phases, Dolores became Marie Antoinette or the Queen of Sheba, exotically delusional and frightening, yet to young Jacki also transcendent, even : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. About Daughter of the Queen of Sheba As an adult, National Public Radio foreign correspondent Jacki Lyden has spent her life on the front lines of some of the world’s most dangerous war zones.
As a child, she lived in a war zone of a different kind. “What distinguishes Daughter of the Queen of Sheba from any other book about dysfunctional parents and turns this exotic memoir into compelling literature is the dreamy poetry of Lyden’s 2/5(2).
About the Book Daughter of the Queen of Sheba by Jacki Lyden Jacki Lyden is known to many as a foreign correspondent for National Public Radio, a vocation which has brought her to the front lines of some of the world's most precarious regions.
One virtue of Daughter of the Queen of Sheba is that it does not try to be a self-help book of any kind. Building on this, while Lyden clearly has deep love and respect for her mother, she does not mince her words with the lingo of popular psychology.
The "sheba" in "Bathsheba" and the "sheba" in "Queen of Sheba" are not the same word. The Hebrew vowel at the end is different. The name "Bathsheba" is really the Hebrew for "daughter of the oath". In my threads on Song of Solomon, I suggested that this was the reason why the king is said to be "crowned by his mother".
Adaptation of Jacki Lyden's mother-daughter memoir of growing up with a mother whom everyone labeled as crazy but actually suffered from what is now known to be manic-depression. Lyden's mother often would become convinced she was a woman with power, such as the Queen of Sheba or Marie Antoinette, then act out her : Amy Adams.
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National Emergency Library. Top Daughter of the Queen of Sheba Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. EMBED EMBED (for. Jacki Lyden's poignant memoir describes the turmoil in her life as the daughter of a bipolar mother.
Some of the things that her mother does are quite humorous; but apathy makes you mortified - when you think of your own mother and how you would be torn between loving her and deserting her.5/5(5).
Daughter of the Queen of Sheba: A Memoir by Jacki Lyden and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Three powerful women form the backbone of this beautifully written narrative about the wish, both rational and not, to be elsewhere: crusty, earthy Mabel; her daughter Dolores, the self- styled Queen of Sheba in her manic visions; and the author, Dolores's daughter, a reporter for NPR.
Anyone who has heard Lyden's crisp journalistic voice on the radio will be surprised by the lush (at times. Daughter of the Queen of Sheba by Jacki Lyden 1. Lyden says she was a diarist from the time she could write. The story of the Queen of Sheba also appears among the Persians (probably derived from Jewish tradition), where she is considered the daughter of a Chinese king and a peri.
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Now this ÒPearlÓ passed through the body of Solomon, an ancestor of Christ, and Christ and Menyelek, the son of Solomon by the Queen of Sheba, were sons of Solomon, and according to Ethiopian ideas they were akin to each other.
But Christ was the Son of God,File Size: KB. Daughter of the Queen of Sheba INTRODUCTION Jacki Lyden is known to many as a foreign correspondent for National Public Radio, a vocation which has brought her to the front lines of some of the world's most precarious regions. Originally published: Houghton Mifflin, t.p.
verso Includes page "A Penguin readers guide to Daughter of the Queen of Sheba, by Jacki Lyden," at end of bookPages:.
Daughter of the Queen of Sheba. [Jacki Lyden] -- Lyden writes a compelling memoir of her early childhood with her mother Dolores, who suffered from bouts of manic-depression and created a frightening yet creative life for her children.Daughter of the Queen of Sheba: A Memoir: Lyden, Jacki: Books - Skip to main content.
Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. Books Go /5(24). And the mother of Bathsheba was the Pharaoh’s daughter who married King David. Bath Sheba means Daughter of Sheba, the daughter of King David. But King David eventually took Bath Sheba as his wife, so Bath Sheba became Malkah Sheba, or the Daughter of Sheba became the Queen of Sheba (the Queen of King David).
And they had a son – Solomon.