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Edward Snowden is like The Scarlet Pimpernel

Edward Snowden and the Scarlet Pimpernel are both pretty damn cool, and pretty “demmed elusive” (I think “demmed” was a replacement curse word for “damned”). 277 more words

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Swashbucking European Romances: The Prisoner of Zenda, The Scarlet Pimpernel, and The Man in the Iron Mask

When we decided to have a Reverse Crossover Month, my first thought was of all the oldie goldies written over the past two centuries or so. 1,897 more words

Reverse Crossover

The Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Emmuska Orczy

Since I have been lacking on book reviews lately, I thought I would make a post explaining to you all exactly why.

As I am still in high school, I still have school work that I have to complete (sadly). 121 more words

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Rook - Sharon Cameron

History is doomed to repeat and the setting in Paris, France.  This dystopia features a society that has shunned all things related to old technology.  The ruthless leader of the revolution created a blood bath in killing the former ruling class.  146 more words

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Sunday musings

Happy Sunday! After a busy day yesterday taking Mélanie to a children’s theater production of Fancy Nancy (her first play, which I described as “like an opera with talking” because she’s been to an opera), I’ve been spending today catching up on things around the house and thinking about the next Malcolm & Suzanne book. 286 more words

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Theatrical Review of Brighams Playhouse 'The Scarlet Pimpernel' by Blogger Jenny Hatch

Theatrical Review Podcast by Blogger Jenny Hatch https://t.co/BHt5psowVf #UtahTheatre

— Jenny Hatch (@JennyHatch) April 8, 2015

I booked it down to Washington Utah last night, about a 45 minute ride from my home in Cedar City, to see…

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