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Brief Summary of Hampshire’s Biggest Towns and Cities

20th January 2012
Hampshire is a county in the South of England that covers approximately 1,400 square miles. The county town is the historic cathedral city of Winchester. Hampshire contains the cities of Southampton and Portsmouth as well as the New Forest National Park. ... Read >
Author: amnorge

Why did Charles Dickens Write “A Tale of Two Cities”?

18th November 2011
A Brief Insight into the Life of Charles Dickens Dickens, who was the most renowned English novelist of the Victorian Era, was born on the 7th of February, 1812 in Kent, England. He tended to write about social reform and its inevitable impact on the i... Read >
Author: Amy Dyslex

Learning Where the Artful Dodger Came From

27th May 2011
The Artful Dodger is a word popularly used to refer to a person who is good at avoiding his/her responsibilities as a consequence of his/her actions. However, the word is now popularity used to refer to one of the most popular brands of urban clothing lin... Read >
Author: jefferson john babasa

Chigwell In The Essex Triangle

17th May 2011
Chigwell is a small town of around 12,500 people in the suburbs of North East London approximately 11.5 miles from Charing Cross. Situated in the Epping Forest area of Essex it has two underground stations (Chigwell and Grange Hill) affording its resident... Read >
Author: David Fisher

Vastushastra

17th August 2010
Vastu, a very old Indian science of structure has recommended how mankind can stay in tune with nature and gain out of it without disturbing the eco-balance. We are living in the world that Charles Dickens called "Hard Time". Pressure and Tension which g... Read >
Author: allindian

Characteristic of Victorian Era in British Culture and Literature

28th April 2010
The Victorian Period generally agreed to stretch through the reign of Queen Victoria (1837-1901), and sometimes said to begin with defeat of Napoleon in 1815. In literature, the period started with the death of Sir Walter Scott in 1832, and sometimes went... Read >
Author: Ahmad Alim Aziz

Startle Your Readers By Beginning Your Sentences With Correlative Conjunctions

08th March 2010
Master writers choose to start their sentences with unusual constructions not only to to pique curiosity, but also to startle the reader. Notice how Charles Dickens opens his long novel David Copperfield with the correlative conjunction 'whether/or.' Dick... Read >
Author: marciano guerrero

Charles Dickens – Accidents, Compensation and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

29th April 2009
On first impressions, you might not think there is a link between Victorian author Charles Dickens and compensation claims in the 21st century, but you would be wrong. In fact Charles Dickens experiences in a train crash nearly 150 years ago closely resem... Read >
Author: Neil Worrall - Camps Solicitors

Fitzroy House: A Home for the Writers

13th March 2009
Fitzroy House positioned in the centre of Fitzrovia, was built in 1791 soon after major development efforts were carried out in the area. The remarkable interior and exterior designs of the Fitzroy House are the work of renowned Georgian-period architect,... Read >
Author: Pushpitha Wijesinghe
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