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England. By Frank Fox
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To bring within the limits of one volume any detailed description of England—her history, people, landscapes, cities—would be impossible. I have sought in this book to give an impression... More > of some of the most "English" features of the land, devoting a little space first to an attempt to explain the origins of the English people. Thus the English fields and flowers and trees, the English homes and schools are given far more attention than English cities, English manufactures; for they are more peculiar to the land and the people. More markedly than in any superiority of her material greatness England stands apart from the rest of the world as the land of green trees and meadows. England byFrank Fox is a historical book which has 13 chapters and this book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format.< Less
Claude Cahun at School in England By Marcus Williamson
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The French surrealist photographer and writer Claude Cahun (née Lucy Schwob (1894-1954)) spent a year at Parsons Mead School, Ashtead, England during 1907-1908. This book examines... More > newly-discovered material and writings from this period of her life.< Less
Claude Cahun at School in England By Marcus Williamson
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The French surrealist photographer and writer Claude Cahun (née Lucy Schwob (1894-1954)) spent a year at Parsons Mead School, Ashtead, England during 1907-1908. This book examines... More > newly-discovered material and writings from this period of her life.< Less
My School Days in the 1950s By Donna England
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This book is the second in the series on the author's school days in the 1950s in Evansville, IN. It includes true stories and pictures that advance the story. It is appropriate for all ages.
My School Days in the 1950s By Donna England
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This book is the second in the series on the authors school days in the 1950s in Evansville, IN. It includes true stories and pictures that advance the story. It is appropriate for all ages.
Life In Colonial New England By By the Students of Mrs. Paska and Mr. Tyner Glens Falls City School District
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An illustrated book of interesting customs and facts about living in colonial America. Created by students of Glens Falls City School District.
The History of England By Jane Austen
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Forget Mr Darcy, Jane’s got her teeth into the Kings and Queens of England. The author of Pride & Prejudice was just 15 when she wrote this hilarious parody of school history books, but her... More > quick wit shines through. Richard III may have murdered his nephew, but "I am rather inclined to suppose him a Very Respectable Man", Lady Jane Grey is dismissed as an airhead and the only good word Jane has for Henry VIII is that he was not as bad as daughter Elizabeth. Not published until a century after her death, this witty and lively comedy was a family secret for generations. Previously known by academics, the book at last gets a wider audience. Anyone who loves a light hearted romp through history. Some critics dubbed this the Monty Python of its day, and modern readers will discover that Jane Austen would have been as much at home with Blackadder and Baldrick as Mrs Bennet and Lady Catherine. With a new introduction by Sophie-Ann Devonshire and illustrations by Jane's sister Cassandra.< Less
The History of England By Jane Austen
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Forget Mr Darcy, Jane’s got her teeth into the Kings and Queens of England. The author of Pride & Prejudice was just 15 when she wrote this hilarious parody of school history books, but her... More > quick wit shines through. Richard III may have murdered his nephew, but "I am rather inclined to suppose him a Very Respectable Man", Lady Jane Grey is dismissed as an airhead and the only good word Jane has for Henry VIII is that he was not as bad as daughter Elizabeth. Not published until a century after her death, this witty and lively comedy was a family secret for generations. Previously known by academics, the book at last gets a wider audience. Anyone who loves a light hearted romp through history. Some critics dubbed this the Monty Python of its day, and modern readers will discover that Jane Austen would have been as much at home with Blackadder and Baldrick as Mrs Bennet and Lady Catherine. With a new introduction by Sophie-Ann Devonshire and illustrations by Jane's sister Cassandra.< Less
Shakespeare's England By William Winter
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: William Winter (July 15, 1836 – June 30, 1917) was an... More > American dramatic critic and author.He was born on July 15, 1836 in Gloucester, Massachusetts. Winter graduated from Harvard Law School in 1857.William Winter wore many literary hats during his long, illustrious career: theater critic, biographer, poet, essayist, among them. He is known for his Romantic-style poetry, and for his long career as an editor and writer for some of New York City's great papers.Winter was a tour de force in the original Bohemian scene of Greenwich Village, going on to become one of the most influential men of letters of the last half of the 19th century and the pre-eminent drama critic and biographer of the times. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Winter_(author)< Less
A Child's History of England By Charles Dickens
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In the old days, a long, long while ago, before Our Saviour was born on earth and lay asleep in a manger, these Islands were in the same place, and the stormy sea roared round them, just as it roars... More > now. But the sea was not alive, then, with great ships and brave sailors, sailing to and from all parts of the world. It was very lonely. The Islands lay solitary, in the great expanse of water.< Less

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