Numerology information Djuna:

numerologyName Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear


Definition funny of Djuna:

urbanThe name Djuna means ‘the light of the moon’. As applied to a woman it means a lovely, intelligent, patient, funny, kind and self-empowered woman.

urbanWhen Djuna walks in to the room it seems to sparkle! You look as lovley as Djuna

urbanA Djuna is a black lesbian freedom fighter. A woman of the world, Djuna's are adventurous and kind and make an excellent match for most women.

urbanDjuna fought long and hard for her Amazonian people!


Songs about Djuna:

songsThe Copenhagen Experience #2 (feat. Rework, Trentemøller Og Djuna Barnes) by Copenhagen Collective from the Album Stella Polaris - A Fourth Spatial Dimension

songsDjuna! by Frida Hyvonen from the Album Until Death Comes

songsLe mouvement (feat. Djuna Big One, Ruth Kotto & Desty Nyoka) by Merco Benzo from the Album The Afro-urban Entertainer


Books about Djuna:

booksDjuna: The Life and Work of Djuna Barnes by Phillip Herring (Nov 1, 1995)

booksDjuna Barnes's Nightwood: The World and the Politics of Peace by Bonnie Roos (Aug 14, 2014)

booksBarnes being "beast familiar": representation on the margins of modernism. (Djuna Barnes): An article from: The... by Bonnie Kime Scott (Jul 28, 2005)

booksDjuna Barnes's mystery in Morocco: making the most of little. (Djuna Barnes): An article from: The Review of Contemporary... by Peter Mailloux (Jul 28, 2005)

booksDjuna Barnes and Affective Modernism by Julie Taylor (Feb 29, 2012)

booksThe Art of Djuna Barnes: Duality and Damnation (The Gotham Library) by Louis F. Kannenstine (Aug 1, 1977)

booksDjuna: The Formidable Miss Barnes by Andrew Field (Oct 1985)


Movies about Djuna:

moviesDjuna Zakony Prirody -


Wiki information Djuna:

Djuna Barnes
Novelist, Deceased Person, Influence Node, Film actor, Person, Author

Djuna Barnes was an American writer who played an important part in the development of 20th-century English-language modernist writing and was one of the key figures in 1920s and '30s bohemian Paris after filling a similar role in the Greenwich...

Critic, Person, Author