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The question of dignity and being a 'people pleaser' in Kazuo Ishiguro's "The Remains of the Day"

It has already been said that Ishiguro’s novel is a beautiful study of Englishness. The book for me, like all of Ishiguro’s works I have read, is extremely soothing to read. 616 more words

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I'd Like To Introduce You To... @RobertEggleton #AuthorInterview #SFF #Fantasy

This summer, I had the honor of meeting Robert Eggleton (virtually, that is). We were drawn to each other through our mission to help those less fortunate. 1,723 more words

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Uncover the Mysterious Life of Dame Agatha Christie with Primary Sources

Important Works:

  • And Then There Were None
  • Murder on the Orient Express
  • Death on the Nile
  • The Murder of Roger Ackroyd
  • The Witness for the Prosecution…
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Wives and Daughters

Wives and Daughters by, Elizabeth Gaskell

This is a novel I found myself missing after finishing. It is Elizabeth Gaskell’s unfinished and last book.

The reader goes through Molly Gibson’s life from early childhood to the tender time of young womanhood. 177 more words

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A House to Let

A House to Let by, Charles Dickens

Sophonisba or Sarah is an elderly woman being advised by her doctor for health reasons to move to London. 153 more words

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Character Thursday

In The Mystery of Edwin Drood by,  Charles Dickens there is a small boy wandering the country side called, Deputy.

No one seems to  know his real name and one might think Deputy is an alias. 151 more words


The Mystery of Edwen Drood

The Mystery of Edwin Drood

In the beginning of winter Mr. Jasper could be found in an opium den with three savory characters – a haggard woman, a Chinaman and a Lascar. 355 more words

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