4 edition of Chloë found in the catalog.
Originally published: London: Heinemann, 1997.
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|Pagination||xvi, 97 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
When Chloe Cadwallers beloved godmother Jocelyn dies, she leaves Chloe a letter instructing her to give up her job and her boyfriend to travel the four countries of the United Kingdom during the four seasons of the year. Clutching a letter marked Wales, Chloe ventures to a farm deep in the Black Mountains where she comes across the best looking man shes ever laid eyes on. And as the seasons unfold, so too does Chloes journey ... File Size: 1MB.
" In a later interview withSevigny was asked if she felt that the show's message was that polygamy was "wrong". Chloe Ardelia Wofford, birth name Chloë born 1931American author, editor and professor• Michael O'Sullivan of The Washington Post wrote that Sevigny "is something of a closed book, delivering a stolid performance that can be read as either strong-willed or stonyhearted.
Sevigny rose to prominence with her portrayal of in the drama film 1999for which she received a nomination for the. Sevigny appeared in a supporting role as a journalist in 2013a biographical film about actress. Do you know what I mean? Video Hound's Golden Movie Retriever: The Complete Guide to Movies on Videocassette, DVD, and Laserdisc.
from the original on September 7, 2018. born 1999South African water polo player• The role earned Chloë supporting actress nominations for both an and a Golden Globe Award. 2016—present: Directing and other projects [ Chloë Sevigny in 2017 In early 2016, Sevigny appeared in the Canadian horror film oppositewhich follows a small-town woman who becomes pregnant through unknown circumstances.
Sevigny's performance was praised, with critics noting that she brought a tenderness to the chaotic, immoral nature of the film: "Sevigny provided the warm, reflective center in this feral film. Jaafar, Ali July 19, 2016. Reading Christian Scriptures in Chloëed. Her attitude is foreign to this city. In 1995, she made her film debut inwhich earned her critical acclaim.
She had a major supporting role in 's two-sided 2004.
Similarly to the novel on which it was based, the film was controversial because of its depiction of graphic violence and sexuality in an upper-class Manhattan society.
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In response, Sevigny stated: "No, absolutely not.