Ole Bull: A Memoir was published in 1883 by Sara C. Bull, Ole Bull was in Sweden years ago when the “union mark” was adopted, for use in the Norwegian and Swedish flags. He would himself... More > never float any but the pure Norwegian colors, and, from the first, was most earnest and pronounced in his opinion that none but the naval and customs flags should have the union mark, as the two countries were politically united only in their relations to foreign powers. For years he was almost alone in this feeling, but the subject has recently given rise to much debate, and even heated controversy. I speak of this here, because a paragraph relating to the matter was omitted by mistake from the body of the book.< Less
Four Wives are summoned to a mysterious castle for the reading of a will by their late husband, each having been married to him unbeknownst of each other. The Stipulations of the deceased as he... More > appears on a video monitor is for each of his wives to read a tale from ancient books put before them. Their late husband was an eccentric, scary butlers roam the castle, and just about every kind of exotic animal runs loose as his pets creating havoc and laughs and pauses of relief when each story is told and the scary book is closed shut. The four stories are all different and all dark, and the intermissions between each story is a story in itself.
This is an unproduced screenplay.< Less
Sayings of Good Ole Barbados is A Bajan Dialect Edition that gives you the reader the proverbs exactly as it is spoken and pronounced by Barbadians. It is known by many who has visited the island of... More > Barbados that this dialect is very much unique as it usually takes some time to if not at all for persons visiting the island to understand. The old folks are really the ones who were fluent in the usage of these proverbs and the dialect as oppose to modern day Barbados where the European culture of speaking Standard English is being widely used and publicized.< Less