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Analysis of "Where are you going, where have you been?" By Homework Help Classof1
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The detailed analysis of What is “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been” about (Joyce Carol Oates)?
Edryon (English) By Luis Oselieri
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For two hundred years, during the time when the world was undergoing terrible attacks of dragons, the druids of Hanneris's city, known for their wild magic of nature, fought bravely against their... More > enemies, the necromancers of Kordius, the sorcerer of the elementals. But they did not support the numerous invasions and most of them, after suffering defeats in their villages, have lost their magic and were enslaved. Edryon, the most powerful dragon slayer, famed for his fighting skills, was called to protect the world of Fynge against a mysterious plague that has spread through the mountains, causing humans to become weak and sick. Being a gray elf, Edryon was not affected by this pest. But much time has passed since the day the elf had faced Tharonnak, the legendary Hell's Dragon. The ancient creature, which has always been a source of terror in many realms, had managed to escape with life, and since then tries to find Edryon for a reckoning. The world of Fynge is an extraordinary experience.< Less
Lolita Revisited and Other Poems. By Dave English
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An insight into the mind of an exiled poet in Central France as he comes to terms with the women, real or imagined, who have been a part of his life.
Lolita Revisited and Other Poems. By Dave English
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An insight into the mind of an exiled poet in Central France as he comes to terms with the women, real or imagined, who have been a part of his life.
Inspirations And Influences By Eunice English
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Sometimes just a photograph or sketch will trigger a memory, and that can become a poem. I'm not a 'precious poet', but I did grow up in Robert Burns territory, and caught the school bus outside his... More > cottage with my sister. His influence may have coloured my writing. Robert Gray was one of my Uni tutors, and Rob Riel. Christopher Pollnitz despairs of my scanson, but the Poetry at the Pub writers in Newcastle, NSW and the Bassetlaw Writers like the poetry I am now sharing with you. My poems were written in Australia, Canada and Britain. My previous published poems have been in anthologies and magazines.< Less
Z 181 gegen Bucharest By English Version
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Translated into English for the first time, this 'Story from the Front' describes a German Zeppelin raid on the city of Bucharest in 1916, from the point of view of the Zeppelin crew. Although... More > originally a work of fiction, published in December 1916, it does contain many factual elements and details as the Appendix reveals. A small number of illustrations, not present in the original, have been added.< Less
INSPIRATIONS AND INFLUENCES By Eunice English
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Welcome to the first issue of my poetry book. I've mentioned where the inspiration came from, and added some illustrations. Sometimes just a photograph or sketch will trigger a memory and that can... More > become a poem. I'm not a 'precious poet', but there is subtext in the work. The poems were written in Australia, Canada and Britain. My previous publications have been in anthologies and magazines.< Less
Madmen Have No Ears By J. Aldric Gaudet
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The Story of Romeo and Juliet. English has gone through 400 years of evolution since Shakespeare. Archaic words, unfamiliar phrases and antiquated references make comprehension difficult on first... More > exposure and require serious study. I began this project simply to clear up the thees and thous that cluttered the text in order to make the lines flow more smoothly for the 21st century ear. Whenever the experts disagreed, which was often, I used the meaning which best suited my understanding of the author’s intent and reworked the line wherever necessary. The poetic imagery was favoured always, although verse and metre were sacrificed for clarity. My rationale rests on the shoulders of George Steevens who, in 1766, said of Shakespeare: To make his meaning intelligible to his audience seems to have been his only care, and with the ease of conversation he has adopted its incorrectness.< Less
Madmen Have No Ears By J. Aldric Gaudet
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The Story of Romeo and Juliet. English has gone through 400 years of evolution since Shakespeare. Archaic words, unfamiliar phrases and antiquated references make comprehension difficult on first... More > exposure and require serious study. I began this project simply to clear up the thees and thous that cluttered the text in order to make the lines flow more smoothly for the 21st century ear. Whenever the experts disagreed, which was often, I used the meaning which best suited my understanding of the author’s intent and reworked the line wherever necessary. The poetic imagery was favoured always, although verse and metre were sacrificed for clarity. My rationale rests on the shoulders of George Steevens who, in 1766, said of Shakespeare: To make his meaning intelligible to his audience seems to have been his only care, and with the ease of conversation he has adopted its incorrectness.< Less
Tales of English Eccentrics By Tony Grumley-Grennan
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Throughout the long history of England there have been eccentrics from all walks of life but none more so than those attached to the church. The aristocrat and squirarchy have also been strangely... More > drawn to this calling. The sense of infallibility peculiar to the English has been the hallmark of their eccentricity.< Less