An English Manual with an emphasis on U.S.American English and culture
"When with the touch of the magical dew
the mystical, fantabulous magique
peers through a vignette of wickett shrubs at... More > the tranquil scene of the night life,a notion springs forth from the deepest pit of a boiling heart and soul. And the certainty that the moment is here to seize the world and entrance it appears..."< Less
An act begins with a setting. A setting beyond forgetting. A space in which an action takes place, in some setting in time and space.
A city that has changed over time and in space. Whose status has... More > changed several times, and whose fame reaches all across the world. For people, who traverse through cities like these, plenty of scenes will show the signs of its global renommation.
And what are the highlights of passing by and trying to catch some night life?< Less
The setting is a farm in Georgia in the late 18th century.
Anna- Beth Jenson is the daughter of the widower and plnatation owner Trent Jenson. The story commences with Annie’s arrival in her... More > home some years after Annie was sent to stay with her aunt because her mother died.
This is when Annie first meets the young slave boy Chester, who is close to her own age, and she is fascinated with him.
Both enjoy the time they spend together a great deal.
Trent, however, objects to these friendly feelings between his daughter and one of his slaves and prohibits any further relations between them.
This leads to a confrontation between Trent and his daughter, and when the two reconcile finally, Trent promises to find a solution to the difficult situation.
Annie coaxes Chester him to forget her father`s rage and stay with them on the farm.< Less