The Cup

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But even as one race was removed from the picture, America’s racial divisions were still contentious in its foundling state. R1b's incidence declines gradually with distance from these areas but it is still common across the central areas of Europe. Concerned with Trollope and the Cornhill Magazine, Good Words, Fortnightly Review, and Saint Paul�s. _________. �George Grove as Editor of Macmillan�s Magazine, 1868-1883.� In Musgrave, Michael, George Grove: Victorian Music and Culture.

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The Selected Works of Margaret Oliphant: Part VI, Volume 23

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Hugh Haughton works in the field of modernism, modern poetry and poetics; the literature of nonsense; letters and life-writing; and twentieth-century Irish literature. If a Product’s correct price is higher than the price stated on our Site, we will normally, at our discretion, either contact you for instructions before dispatching the Product, or reject your order and notify you of such rejection. Adela confronts the shame and embarrassment of her realization that she and Ronny are not actually attracted to each other, and that she might be attracted to no one.

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Domestic Space in Eighteenth-Century British Novels

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Nicole Ward Jouve is Emeritus Professor of Literature at the University of York, has published fiction and essays in English and French, and has research interests in psychoanalysis, spirituality and self-development, and writing family memoirs as well as fiction. The narrative takes place from a third-person perspective and describes the circumstances surrounding the "dead man" described in line one. One absurd project to introduce a money economy was part of the public works scheme.

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The Riddle of the Sands

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This form of realism deals with truths that are widespread amongst all humans, bolstered by Carl Jung's idea of the collective unconscious. She thought she could achieve this by replanting her virginity to make the men come back, but this is impossible. Kipling, in one of his gentler and more touching stories, "Without Benefit of Clergy," can allow nothing but a tragic ending for his ill-starred pair—the young English officer and the beautiful Mohammedan girl—even though the tale was written in the early years when he was still able to see such unblessed unions as simply a part of India's great human panorama.

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The Diary of John Evelyn: Volume 4

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It became general knowledge, meanwhile, that the draft of a new constitution was in progress. In Honolulu her concert was attended by King Kamehameha of the Islands, who said that he was very impressed by this “strange singing lady.” Her arrival in Sydney in September 1854 was heralded with great emotion. Many distinguished Governors-General, before the Crown took over India from the East India Company in 1858, had come and gone—aggressive Wellesley, capable Lord Hastings, energetic Bentinck, Russo-phobe Auckland and fabulous Dalhousie.

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Same-sex desire in early modern England, 1550-1735: An

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Lady Bracknell arrives in pursuit of her daughter and is surprised to be told that Algernon and Cecily are engaged. Thus, in Maurice Atkins's Cataplus (1672), a burlesque of the Aeneid, Anchises avers, "I cou'd tell many pleasant stories / Relating to these drunken Tories" (lines 1709-10), where "Tories" means only ruffians. He prayed the Almighty, through His blessed Son, to drive away every element of trouble and division, of strife and of discord--making the people of this land happy, prosperous, loving, and contented.

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The Complete Works of E. F. Benson VOL. I (The Collected

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Gender and the Victorian Periodical. The clergy knew all the families in the community and there was great pressure to conform to the norms of the tightly knit parish. Judicial authority in Ireland is vested in a supreme court, a high court, a court of criminal appeal, and circuit and district courts. Eating little, Elizabeth grows increasingly antsy and angry. Thus, their standing is determined for them because the men are in control an they can't win in this situation.

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The Kiltartan Poetry Book (Classic Reprint)

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Drama in Irish has since encountered grave difficulties, despite the existence of interesting playwrights such as Máiréad Ní Ghráda. Glenarvon was also the first novel to redeem a transgressive Gothic wanderer figure, two decades before the Victorian period when such redemptions became common. Many played with the idea of reality, some were radically political, others shunned naturalism and questioned the legitimacy of previously unassailable beliefs. (Chothia) Towards the end of the century, the term 'theatre of exorcism' came into use due to the amount of plays conjuring the past in order to confront and accept it.

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The Chimes

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The earliest work is a manuscript Bible of the 14th century (Candler/Vault BS75 13__?). Although we check for, and correct broken links once monthly, it is inevitable that you will encounter broken links throughout the site. He thinks about the priest who died in the house before his family moved in and the games that he and his friends played in the street. Persistent attempts have been made, and greenbacks have not been wanting to introduce the pest of Fenianism among our towns’ people, but I am proud to say [with the single exception of Toronto] wholly without success.

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Sylvie and Bruno

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Both Whig and Tory traditions have often had an upper-class bias to them (though they are both capable of making populist appeals, when necessary), and can usefully be distinguished from a properly democratic or "radical" tradition in British politics and society. [¶6] The terms "Whig" and "Tory" have also often carried strong sectarian (religious) associations, Tories being associated with High Church sentiments (including preservation of the privileges and exclusions of the established Church) and Whigs being associated with latitudinarianism and Protestant Dissent.

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