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Scarlet Pimpernel Wordle

The 20 most common nouns in The Scarlet Pimpernel by Emma Orczy

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The Age of Innocence… 44 more words

Reading

The Fop and the Fool: The Scarlet Pimpernel

JAN / FEB 2015: BY CHARITY BISHOP

The Scarlet Pimpernel is a dashing adventure of secret identities, romance, and swashbuckling action. If you dig deeper and wear a theologian’s hat (on this occasion, plumed, as any self-respecting hat should be), the discerning Christian viewer can find subtle things to inspire us in our faith. 557 more words

Film

The Original Superhero: The Scarlet Pimpernel

JULY / AUG  2014: BY CARISSA HORTON

Sometimes the best literary characters wear the silliest wrappings. No one would ever imagine that The Scarlet Pimpernel, hero to the French aristocracy during the Revolution of the 1790s, was, in fact, the foppish Sir Percival Blakeney. 860 more words

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Madame le Pimpernel: Lady Marguerite Blakeney

MAY / JUNE 2012: BY RUTH ANDERSON

MY EARLIEST MEMORIES of classic literature are not drawing room romances in the vein of Jane Austen or epic social commentary and meaty family drama from the pen of Dickens, but were swashbuckling, romantic adventures. 961 more words

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Uehara Takuya's new play: The Scarlet Pimpernel (October-November 2016)

The date of this play in November is scheduled to be the same as Kuroshitsuji Musical 2016.

As the character Grell Sutcliff has been basically inseparable with Kuroshitsuji Musical, the Japanese fans on twitter were having quite a buzz when Uehara Takuya’s schedule is updated, announcing his new role in the play “The Scarlet Pimpernel”. 137 more words

News

School, School, and More School...

Well, today Flew by!

The Randomkid Oldest met for the final Literary Discussion Group of the year and his school career. :)

They read Scarlet Pimpernel. 201 more words

Randomness

stage as tabernacle

It’s a Monday, the first day of tech week, and you’re sitting in the dark under the stage listening to dialogue above you, a cello between your knees. 1,804 more words

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