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Essay: A Tale of Two Cities and the Conditions Before the French Revolution

In A Tale of Two Cities, Charles Dickens uses diction to adopt a tone of pity toward the social conditions of France during the period before the French Revolution. 423 more words


Filming has started

Still none the wiser what it is but you can stand by the ropery and watch .Edit to say it’s a CBBC program called Hetty Feather , the historic dock have just posted on their official Facebook page. 45 more words


Even Charles Dickens Praised God for the Beauty in Nature

In January of 1842, Charles Dickens visited America. He traveled to New York, Ohio, St. Louis, Louisville, Boston, and several other cities. Dickens later wrote a book, … 399 more words


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Pilgrimage To Canterbury To Write Our Own Tales

On Friday, August 26, our professors took us on a field trip to Canterbury to simulate the adventure that the 29 travelers partook in Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales. 1,022 more words


Summer Reading 2016

The six week school holiday is coming to an end, and on Thursday I go back to work. Although, that’s not strictly true; I’ve been getting ready for the new term for the last fortnight – lesson plans and seating layouts and all the rest of it. 761 more words


What Have I Become

No one asked to be born in this world, and an idea of what to expect from life is hardly heard of; but, life will inevitably force a demonstration out of every single person. 865 more words

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