The Letter

Author: Kathryn Hughes
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1783069171
Size: 37.33 MB
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Thousands of readers have fallen in love with The Letter . . . 'A beautiful story . . . I
didn't want to put it down' Reviewed by Fran 'Chrissie and Tina's story is one that
will stay with me for a long time' Jaffa Reads Too 'You will find it hard to put down.
I cried buckets of tears reading it' Books With Wine And Chocolate 'With a swift
pace, memorable characters and a wonderful conceptual depth, Hughes's novel
is one that simply can't be put down' Goodreads 'A beautifully told, tragic tale ...

The Aboriginal Story Of Burke And Wills

Author: Ian Clark
Publisher: CSIRO PUBLISHING
ISBN: 0643108106
Size: 65.63 MB
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... 'as in addition to being old and useless, he had always shewn himself to be
vicious and ill tempered, more especially latterly, having frequently hunted
everybody out of the Camp, or up into trees'. Howitt initially refused then, realising
all other members of the expedition agreed with Welch, said he would agree if all
signed a letter recommending the animal be put down. Welch organised the letter
that evening. In the morning Howitt announced the letter 'was not sufficient, and
even if ...

The Sweater Letter

Author: Dave Distel
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 9780595259335
Size: 41.10 MB
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You're not going to believe some of the twists and turns!” Natalie Hurst, News
Anchor, WFRV-TV, Green Bay, Wisconsin “The story unfolds with one bizarre
twist after another. Dave and Lynn Distel have done a thorough job of
researching the story and a fine job of following the torturous trail.” Traverse City
Record-Eagle “For those of you who find reading nonfiction to be dull, you may
change your mind after reading The Sweater Letter. It was a book I simply could
not put down.

A Woman Soldier S Own Story

Author: Bingying Xie
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231502745
Size: 13.86 MB
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Quickly I put it into my pocket. Had it fallen into my hands two months earlier, I
would have considered it precious. Now I was not in the mood. My views had
changed utterly. I had dedicated my life to my country, had vowed to escape this
selfish love that drains ambition. I felt like tearing the letter into ... At last I realized
that his letter must have been written in the flush of momentary emotion, that he
was not able to put down his pen and pick up a gun. Then I knew I could not love
him, that ...

Open Veins Of Latin America

Author: Eduardo Galeano
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 1583673113
Size: 44.51 MB
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For several days he entertained me with his amazing stories over piña coladas.
This almost superhuman talent for storytelling is what makes Open Veins of Latin
Americaso easy to read—like a pirate's novel, as he once described it—even for
those who are not particularly knowledgeable about political or economic matters
. The book flows with the grace of a tale; it is impossible to put it down. His
arguments, his rage, and his passion would be overwhelming if they were not
expressed ...

Letters From Russia

Author: Marquis de Custine
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141394528
Size: 58.61 MB
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Atthe first newsofthisrevolt among his troops, theTsar and Tsarina went into their
chapelalone and there, falling on their knees on thestepsof the altar, swore to
each other before God that they would die as sovereigns if they could not put
down the uprising. The Tsar tookthe situation seriously, ashe hadjust learned that
the archbishophad already triedin vain to appease the soldiers. In Russia, when
the power of religion fails, it means fearful disorder. After making thesign ofthe
cross, the ...

Animal Stories Daddy Told Us

Author: Innocent Emechete
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1452081891
Size: 52.25 MB
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Introduction Many years ago a lot of African Countries did not have too many
things written down because many of the people could not read or write.
Consequently oral literature became a part of ... "Animal Stories Daddy Told Us"
is a product of that oral tradition. Local chiefs and kings would have runners, ...
There were instances when letter-runners, could only identify who owned which
letter by what side of their pockets the letters were put. Even then they had to
memorize whose ...

Stay Safe And Be Prepared A Student S Guide To Disaster Risk Reduction

Author: UNESCO
Publisher: UNESCO
ISBN: 9231000314
Size: 53.34 MB
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Insuch situations,you cantry to put downyour feelings and thoughts ona postcard,
a letter orapicture. Exchange them with other children ... With the bridge
impassable, children from the one side could not communicate with their friends
on the other side. With the help of a volunteer group, ... They can help you to
share how you feel and what you've gone through during a disaster, or tell the
story of how you managed to, or tried to, get back to normal. They can also
convey messages on ...

Short And Simple Letters To English Folk

Author: William Charles Cotton
Publisher:
ISBN:
Size: 16.63 MB
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John Thompson saw me smile, and asked me why I did so; I told him as shortly
and plainly as I could. J. T. That is just what our Parson said last Sunday; at least,
Sir, there was the same sense in it, though, of course, in church he could not put
the matter so plainly as this story does. There, Sir, (for we were now ... he likes to
walk with them.” I might fill this letter with what he said of his wife and children,
but as you will be able to judge for yourselves about them, I will not put down
more.

Worrying The Line

Author: Cheryl A. Wall
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 9780807855867
Size: 34.80 MB
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I Looked Down the Line . . I remember the day, if not the date, in spring 1974
when I brought The Black Book home to my parents. The book fascinated me,
with its vividly colored photographs of quilts and baskets, the sheet music that I
was eager to try out, the letters and the speeches. I could not forget the pictures of
Gordon, the slave with the whip-scarred back who became a Union soldier. The
three images could have been a frontispiece for John Hope Franklin's From
Slavery to ...