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What does the word 'medieval' make you think of? Comics?

What happens when you ask a group of thirteen-year-olds about the Middle Ages? Well, their answers include a lot of peasants, castles, and a fair amount of plague and death. 624 more words


Book Review: The Lost Book of the Grail

I just finished listened to an unabridged audio version of Charlie Lovett’s The Lost Book of the Grail, read by Charles Armstrong

Arthur Prescott is happiest when surrounded by the ancient books and manuscripts of the Barchester Cathedral library.

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Stalder Press to Handstand - Chapter 1 (Revised)

Good evening, WordPress community! I hope your night has been treating you well. I’m happy to report that I successfully moved into my new apartment this past weekend! 2,442 more words


The Book of Aicill

The Book of Aicill relates to the criminal law and is often discussed as being on par in significance with the Senchus Mór; although, the latter deals with civil law. 315 more words

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Your Story is Important

My current course, Finalizing Manuscripts, is teaching me so much on how to be a more concise and concrete writer. We’re reading Writer’s Diet by Helen Sword, which also has a website where you can go and test your writing. 210 more words


Delaware Art Museum: Delaware Art Museum Puts Over 500 Rare Archives Online

Delaware Art Museum: Delaware Art Museum Puts Over 500 Rare Archives Online. “The Helen Farr Sloan Library & Archives has embarked upon a digitization initiative to provide free access to our most significant collections, including the John Sloan, Howard Pyle, and Samuel and Mary R. 50 more words

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