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Review: The Kingkiller Chronicle

I know. I know. The world does not need another review of The Kingkiller Chronicle by Patrick Rothfuss. To the shame of this post and the hundreds like it, fame is what will likely doom this review and bury it amongst the pile of reviews other Rothfuss fans wrote, scrutinizing every word he writes and waiting for the release date of the final book in his trilogy. 999 more words


Part 4. Exercise: Character Development

In this exercise I have to develop two different characters and draw them in several different ways.

Now this is an exercise that I’ve been waiting for since receiving my course folder. 855 more words


The first woman in Parliament Square

Today, Suffragist Millicent Fawcett has become the first woman in history to have a statue in Parliament Square.

Installed on the site of many demonstrations and protests, flanked by the Palace of Westminster, Fawcett joins statues of eleven men including Abraham Lincoln, Winston Churchill and Mahatma Gandhi. 844 more words

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Stanford’s Tom Fawcett Upsets Top Seed At Calabasas

Stanford University senior Tom Fawcett officially spent 5 hours and 2 minutes on court Friday as the USTA Men’s Pro Tennis Championships of Calabasas wild card upset the No. 7 more words

Votes for (some) women!

Women’s Freedom League badge, c. 1907 image courtesy of TWL

Votes for Women Rosette and badges 1913 image courtesy of LSE Library


Men’s League for Women’s Suffrage… 410 more words

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snipped from book “EXPLORATION FAWCETT”

—but they don’t do it now!

Hmmmm … oh … really?*

* Hold me tight …


WELL ...


and I’m still ploughing through Fawcett’s book (‘Exploration Fawcett’) and still as fascinated as the first time I ever read it. Conclusions— 248 more words