& after this our exile By Ward McBurney
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The 1934 Canadian Corps Reunion in Toronto is the setting for this odyssey into the life of a Canadian soldier before, during, and after the First World War.
Macbeth By William Shakeseare
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The most gruesome of Shakespeare's plays, witch-driven and bloody from start to finish ( why is it so popular with actors and audiences?) A CALLENDER GCSE STUDY GUIDE
Café Dulcet By Chiquis Barrón
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Set in the colorful backdrop of the Arizona-Mexico border, Café Dulcet is an insightful story that follows Ximena "Nena" Ferrer through a closely-knit series of past and present... More > events in her life. A captivating, female-character-driven, contemporary drama that draws on a diverse array of characters to complement Nena's strong yet quirky personality, Café Dulcet is a flavorful discovery of the similarities between coffee beans and people as they go through the processes that test inherent natures and strengths, and ultimately shape and give them their flavor and purpose. Café Dulcet is also a reminder that no matter how foreign people’s lives may seem -- their language, their experiences, their culture, their place in the world -- there is always a point of convergence. Coffee, with its global, all-senses-evoking qualities, oftentimes serves as that unifying factor.< Less
The Heaven and Hell Picture By Jean Bailey Glauser
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When Joan Spenser’s twelve-year-old grandson asks her what birthday parties were like when she was his age, she has to admit that she did not go to many. Later, thinking about this conversation... More > and how different things are today, Joan’s memory takes off on a journey it has travelled many times before, back through the years to Southeast London in 1956. While visiting a local museum with her mother, young Joan comes across an unusual and fascinating painting which seems to depict some form of Heaven and Hell. It is in turn beautiful and yet darkly disturbing, and Joan is so mesmerized by it that it will influence her perception of events – some happy, some tragic – that are to occur in the coming months. With the specter of the ancient painting never far from her mind, Joan makes her way through a difficult and at times bewildering year in which she learns that life is not always fair, and people are often not what they appear to be.< Less