• Lamb as an Essayist
    fame. The first of these, as it fell out, was a description of the old South Sea House, with which Lamb happened to have associated the name of a "gay light-hearted foreigner" called Elia, who had frequented it in the days of his service there. The pseudonym adopted on this occasion was retained for...
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    , S. Lopez | Bisarjan | R.N. Tagore | Bitter Sweet | Noel Coward | Black Arrow | Robert Louis Stevenson | Black Diaspora | Ronald Segal | Black Holes and Baby Universes | Stephen Hawking | Black Sheep | Honore de Balzac | Black Tulip | Alexander Dumas | Bleak House | Charles Dickens | Blind...
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  • Reading List
    pictured in novels by 19th century women writers A: Brontë, Emily – Wuthering Heights 8. Portrayal of social panorama and the method of critical realism in the works of Charles Dickens B: Dickens, Charles – The Haunted House, Great Expectations 9. Currents and countercurrents in the...
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  • Romanticism
    he remained seven years; and here he formed his lifelong friendship for another poor, neglected boy, whom the world remembers as Coleridge.[230] [pic] CHRIST'S HOSPITAL, LONDON When only fourteen years old, Lamb left the charity school and was soon at work as a clerk in the South Sea...
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  • Syllabus
    purpose also) Section B:Drama Oscar Wilde : The Importance of Being Earnest P.B.Shelley : Prometheus Unbound Section C:Fiction Emily Bronte : Wuthering Heights Charles Dickens : Hard Times Thomas Hardy : The Mayor of Casterbridge Charles Lamb : “Dream Children”, “South Sea House”. Paper 111 Group A1...
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    This article was downloaded by: [Charles Sturt University] On: 29 January 2014, At: 23:07 Publisher: Routledge Informa Ltd Registered in England and Wales Registered Number: 1072954 Registered office: Mortimer House, 37-41 Mortimer Street, London W1T 3JH, UK Ecology of Food and Nutrition...
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  • Critical thinking games
    . pen house room 10. roll shell nog Tr y T h i s ! Use the Words Use the words that you made in sentences. 13 81 Fresh & Fun Critical-Thinking Activities © Laurie Rozakis, Scholastic Teaching Resources Name...
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  • Ecotourism
    tours in the mountain regions. (Source: http://www.destination360.com/africa/south-africa/eco-tours) b. Costa Rica: Bordered by the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, Costa Rica is widely regarded as one of the prime ecotourism destination. Containing some of the most biologically diverse...
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  • Western Civilization Exam 2 notes
    1774. LOUIS XVI He became king in 1774. He married Marie Antoinette in 1770. (She was an airhead.) Her uncle came to France and looked over Louis XVI. The one sentence of appreciation he said was, “He is not altogether an idiot.” Louis and Marie will eventually lose their heads to the...
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  • Gothic Fiction and Gothic in Alias Grace Fiction
    fear of water in Australian novelist Peter Carey’s Oscar and Lucinda (1988). Types of inexplicable behavior vary in intensity from the self-burial of Miss HAVISHAM in SATIS HOUSE in Charles DICKENS’s GREAT EXPECTATIONS (1861) and the call of satanic voices in James HOGG’s crime novel The...
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  • Miss
    Capital of city: London Area: 243,610 km2 94,060 sq mi Population: mid-2010 estimate 62,262,000 Currency: pound sterling (GBP) Official language(s): English, Irish, Ulster Scots, Scottish Gaelic, Scots, Welsh, Cornish Ethnic groups: 92.1% White, 4.0% South Asian, 2.0% Black, 1.2% Mixed, 0.4...
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  • My Life
    American and An English Novel,” 50, 177 “An American Art-Scholar: Charles Eliot Norton,” 130, 212 “An Appreciation,” 104, 202 “An Autumn Journey,” 38, 169 “An English Easter,” 53, 179 “An English Winter Watering-Place,” 59, 182 “An Ex-Grand-Ducal Capital,” 36, 169 “An Italian Convent,” 39...
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  • Drugs
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  • Charles Lamb
    February 1792, held a small post in the Examiner's Office of the South Sea House. Its subsequent downfall in a pyramid scheme after Lamb left would be contrasted to the company's prosperity in the first Elia essay. On 5 April 1792 he went to work in the Accountant's Office for British East India...
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  • Russian War
    Music Performing group relate the history of the natives of the Georgia Sea Island through their music. See Slave Songs of the Georgia Sea Islands on the American Music Path finder. * Gullah Network Enjoy this fun site which tells about the African slaves in South...
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  • ENGLISH LITERATURE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
    and particularly his musicality charmed the general reader? and won him many admirers. The prose of English romanticism is to be studied in the works of the essayists Thomas De Quincey, Charles Lamb, William Hazlitt, Leigh Hunt. While differing in politics, religion and philosophy, all of them in...
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  • Teaching Pronunciation
    works, collected in his Appreciations and Criticisms of the works of Charles Dickens (1911) and in his highly acclaimed biography Charles Dickens (1906) he writes: He was the voice in England of this humane intoxication and expansion, this encouraging of anybody to be anything. Critic John Forster...
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  • Contribution of the Colonial and Revolutionary Writings to the Foundation of the Usa
    British forces led by General Charles Cornwallis. But the untrained soldiers of Gates's army panicked and ran when confronted by the British regulars. Cornwall's troops met the Americans several more times, but the most significant battle took place at Cowpens, South Carolina, in early 1781, where the...
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  • Maddy Yo
    worked in the office of Joseph Paice, a London merchant and then, for 23 weeks, until 8 February 1792, held a small post in the Examiner's Office of the South Sea House. Its subsequent downfall in a pyramid scheme after Lamb left would be contrasted to the company's prosperity in the first Elia essay...
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  • Literary Terms
    example of alliteration,": I have stood still and stopped the sound of feet." The repitition of the s sound creates a sense of quiet, reinforcing the meaning of the line. Allusion A reference in one literary work to a character or theme found in another literary work. T. S. Eliot, in "The Love...
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