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Advanced Higher English Dissertations 2012/2013 By Arran High School
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This book is a collection of the Advanced Higher dissertations of three S6 students from Arran High School – Frederic Baumgartner, Christopher Jenks and Katharine O’Donnelly. Given the... More > remarkable quality of their work it has been decided that it should be published and presented to them as a memento of their time at the school. A copy of this book will also be held in the library to provide inspiration to future students. The dissertation titles are: Frederic Baumgartner – The Measure of a Man: How the importance of reputation in Victorian society is explored throughout The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and The Mayor of Casterbridge. Christopher Jenks - A comparative analysis of obsessive love in Lolita and The Great Gatsby. Katharine O’Donnelly - How do JM Barrie and William Golding develop the idea that human society necessitates the existence of rules in Peter Pan and Lord of the Flies?< Less
Celebrities In Hell By Warren Allen Smith
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Celebrities is a paperback updating the 1,200-page Who's Who in Hell (2000). The premise is that "Hell" is a theological invention, that is does not physically exist. If it did, theists... More > would put into Hell all who are listed; e.g., Woody Allen; Marlon Brando; George Clooney; Marlene Dietrich; Jodie Foster, Katharine Hepburn, Christopher Reeve. As Mark Twain observed, "Heaven for climate; Hell for company."< Less
Celebrities in Hell By Warren Allen Smith
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Celebrities is a paperback updating the 1,200-page Who's Who in Hell (2000). The premise is that "Hell" is a theological invention, that is does not physically exist. If it did, theists... More > would put into Hell all who are listed; e.g., Woody Allen; Marlon Brando; George Clooney; Marlene Dietrich; Jodie Foster, Katharine Hepburn, Christopher Reeve. As Mark Twain observed, "Heaven for climate; Hell for company."< Less
Celebrities in Hell By Warren Allen Smith
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Celebrities is a paperback updating the 1,200-page Who's Who in Hell (2000). The premise is that "Hell" is a theological invention, that is does not physically exist. If it did, theists... More > would put into Hell all who are listed; e.g., Woody Allen; Marlon Brando; George Clooney; Marlene Dietrich; Jodie Foster, Katharine Hepburn, Christopher Reeve. As Mark Twain observed, "Heaven for climate; Hell for company."< Less
A Rose of Yesterday By F. Marion Crawford
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A Rose of Yesterday By F. Marion Crawford Author of "Saracenesca," "Dr. Claudius," "Katharine Lauderdale," "The Ralstons," etc., etc. New York THE MACMILLAN... More > COMPANY LONDON: MACMILLAN & CO., LTD. 1897 All rights reserved COPYRIGHT, 1897, BY F. MARION CRAWFORD. Set up and electrotyped May, 1897. Reprinted August, October, 1897. Eleventh Thousand Norwood Press J. S. Cushing & Co. -- Berwick & Smith Norwood, Mass. U.S.A.< Less
Night and Day By Virginia Woolf
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Dialogue and descriptions of thought and actions are used in equal amount, unlike in Woolf's later book, To the Lighthouse. There are four major characters, Katharine Hilbery, Mary Datchet, Ralph... More > Denham, and William Rodney. Night and Day deals with issues concerning women's suffrage, if love and marriage can coexist, and if marriage is necessary for happiness. Motifs throughout the book includes the stars and sky, the River Thames, and walks. Also, Woolf makes many references to the works of William Shakespeare, especially As You Like It.< Less
The Box With the Broken Seals By E. Phillips Oppenheim
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This is a story of intrigue, unfolding in the author's best style -- a thrilling narrative of Jocelyn Thew and the English Service. The reader will follow with avidity the daring moves of Thew from... More > the time he sails from New York on the "City of Boston," accompanied by a dying man and a special nurse in the person of Katharine Beverley, a society girl who is under obligations to Thew.< Less
The Box With Broken Seals By E. Phillips Oppenheim
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This is a story of intrigue, unfolding in the author's best style -- a thrilling narrative of Jocelyn Thew and the English Service. The reader will follow with avidity the daring moves of Thew from... More > the time he sails from New York on the "City of Boston," accompanied by a dying man and a special nurse in the person of Katharine Beverley, a society girl who is under obligations to Thew.< Less
Buarach Bháis By J Murphy
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Katharine Tynan wrote two versions of The Spancel of Death in the last decade of the nineteenth century. The first version is now reproduced, with a short introduction. The story relates to the... More > unconventional domestic life of Sir Harry Lynch-Blosse of Moate House, Balla, who died in 1788, and the gruesome love charm that is supposed to have been placed on him by his mistress.< Less
Buarach Bháis By J Murphy
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Katharine Tynan wrote two versions of The Spancel of Death in the last decade of the nineteenth century. The first version is now reproduced, with a short introduction. The story relates to the... More > unconventional domestic life of Sir Harry Lynch-Blosse of Moate House, Balla, who died in 1788, and the gruesome love charm that is supposed to have been placed on him by his mistress.< Less

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