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[She] had Charms enough to engage any Heart; she had all the Advantages of Youth and Nature; a Shape excellent; a most agreeable Stature, not too tall, and far from low, delicately proportioned; her Face a little inclined round, soft, smooth and white; her Eyes were blue, a little languishing, and full of Love and Wit; a Mouth curiously made, dimpled, and full of Sweetness; Lips round, soft, plump and red; white Teeth, firm and even; her Nose a little Roman, and which gave a noble Grace to her lovely Face, her Hair light brown; a Neck and Bosom delicately turned, white and rising; her Arms and Hands exactly shaped; to this a Vivacity of Youth engaging; a Wit quick and flowing; a Humour gay, and an Air irresistibly charming...
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is the author of books including the memoirs, Wet Earth and Dreams: A Narrative of Grief and Recovery, Beyond the Whiteness of Whiteness: Memoir of a White Mother of Black Sons, and The Mother Knot. Her novels include The Powers of Charlotte and Worlds Beyond My Control, Some Place Quite Unknown, and Inheritance. Lazarre taught writing and literature at the Eugene Lang College at the New School for many years, serving as director of the undergraduate writing program for much of that time. Her fiction and essays have been widely anthologized, taught, presented at colleges and universities and critically discussed in print and at national conferences. Among her awards and honors are the National Endowment Award in Fiction, the New York Foundation for the Arts Award in Fiction, the New School University Excellence in Teaching Award and the Myers Center Award for the Study of Human Rights in North America, for Beyond the Whiteness of Whiteness. Her website at at /.