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What Is Evil? By Arthur Chappell
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A Humanistic philosophical assessment of the nature of human evil. ABOUT THE AUTHOR. Born in Manchester England on 9/2/1962. Arthur has a degree in literature and philosophy. Arthur... More > was brainwashed into a cult, which he escaped from in 1985. He writes to prove that he is more than just a victim, Arthur has several articles, poems and stories in print as well as a website and he issued a very successful audio CD, Bard For Life of his poetry He has also produced a book of poetry and short stories, Dreams Take Flight. Arthur is a member of the Sealed Knot English Civil War Re-enactment Society, that he serves as a pikeman on the field of battle. For Arthur’s other Lulu Publications see< Less
ID Card Uk By Arthur Chappell
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A prophetic look at what life could be like if today's government plans to make everyone in Britain carry biometric identity cards are put into force. The stories show how everyday life in... More > Manchester, England will be totally disrupted. This is a dark, Orwellian satire of a world we could soon be living in for real.< Less
DEATH ON DEANSGATE. By Arthur Chappell
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A comprehensive analysis of the English Civil War in Manchester, examining the question of whether Manchester's claims about the first blood of the events spilling there are valid or not. The study... More > shows how Manchester's defenders fared in the war and the years leading up to the Restoration of the Monarchy.< Less
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This is my third collection of poems. My poems have appeared in magazines and books for many years. A list is online at my website This collection presents... More > completely fresh material. Here are poems about the nightmare that is a late night bus ride through South Manchester, (Slow Bus To Stockport), a less realistic horror story in verse, Doctor Of The Night, tells of a hospital where the patients are already dead, or at best, undead. Wetlook offers a complete contrast, as a man gets his sexual desires fulfilled in the bathtub. That poem, and a few others are just for grown ups, but Toothache and Day Trip could be read to younger audiences. The toughest poem to write was No Drop Of E, about what happens when the most popular letter of the alphabet goes missing. Trying to write the first half of that without the E was a real pain. I hope reading it is by contrast, a real pleasure for you.< Less