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2015/07/05 16:09
2015/07/05 16:09
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Throughout the book, Livingstone is terrific on domestic detail, whether describing the gruesome process of early inoculation against smallpox, or the rules of court mourning in 1727 that required the...
2015/07/05 16:09
2015/07/05 16:09
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2015/07/05 12:10
2015/07/05 12:10
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When does Dickens Victorian Village's season begin? For visitors it opens this year on Nov. 2, but for volunteers, it's a year-round task. This year marks the 10th anniversary for this Victorian...
2015/07/05 07:58
2015/07/05 07:58
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Within a year, Netflix will have more viewers than any of the three broadcast networks, a couple of analysts at FBR Capital Markets predicted recently. There are some caveats having to do with the...
2015/07/05 06:11
2015/07/05 06:11
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LONDON — Many visitors to London know Bloomsbury as a neighborhood of books, B&Bs and the British Museum. But it’s also a district of elegant architecture, hidden parks and upscale boutiques that’s a...
2015/07/03 23:49
2015/07/03 23:49
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Time to read a good long book The days are long, the sun is high. There is plenty you could be doing, but instead why not sit back and read a decent book All hail The Book as it was meant to be read...
2015/07/03 07:09
2015/07/03 07:09
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Andrew Roberts’s Napoleon the Great (Penguin) took me by surprise. I started on the paperback, and was so absorbed that I Kindled it as I was flying to Sydney. It is a glorious book, doing justice to...
2015/07/03 03:56
2015/07/03 03:56
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Charles Dickens loved to read outdoors. It’s said that he even practiced public readings of his work in a garden at his home where he penned “Great Expectations.” If Dickens had read on an iPad,...
2015/07/03 00:55
2015/07/03 00:55
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Justice Kennedy’s opinion rewinds through years of scholarship and other commentary on solitary confinement, from prison reformer John Howard to novelist Charles Dickens to the Supreme Court justices...
2015/07/02 16:56
2015/07/02 16:56
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Authored by Russell Napier, originally posted at ERI-C.com, 'And so it did happen, like it could have been foreseen The timeless explosion of fantasy's dream At the peak of the night, the king and...
2015/07/02 04:57
2015/07/02 04:57
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MUCH of the plot of Oliver! the musical is revealed through songs with familiar lyrics and toe-tapping tunes. The musical is an adaptation by Lionel Burt of Charles Dickens' classic novel, Oliver...
2015/07/01 01:09
2015/07/01 01:09
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Put yourself in the shoes of Greece. Over the past five years, you and your family have been borrowing a whole lot of money for the past several years to keep up appearances, and now the dreadful...
2015/06/30 04:51
2015/06/30 04:51
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Everyone raves about Julia Roberts' Oscar-winning performance in "Erin Brockovich," but hardly anything at all about Albert Finney's performance as Ed Masry, the attorney for whom she works. The film...
2015/06/29 20:50
2015/06/29 20:50
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On the first Friday after a new play opens at the Alhambra Theatre & Dining, the theater holds a gala. Before the curtain goes up, Alhambra managing partner Craig Smith takes the stage and...
2015/06/29 15:45
2015/06/29 15:45
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Toronto Star columnist Heather Mallick said it best in a July 2014 column: we Canadians worship the God of Cheap. It's also true in the U.S. and so many other countries where the single most potent...
2015/06/29 09:10
2015/06/29 09:10
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What strikes us as the oddest thing about the appearance of The Daily Telegraph – its Gothicky title typeface – was commonplace at the time, shared by the Observer, Times and Morning Post. The...
2015/06/29 07:51
2015/06/29 07:51
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The RICH history of Parliament The Palace of Westminster may be falling to bits but nothing can diminish its past. Our writer reveals some of the highlights No one is sure who should take credit for...
2015/06/29 00:06
2015/06/29 00:06
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There's usually a black sheep in every family and now people can search their ancestry online to uncover whether a criminal is lurking in their family tree. Almost two million new records are now...
2015/06/28 23:32
2015/06/28 23:32
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Historic records which go online today for the first time show that a century before John Lennon’s unwelcome brush with the law, his great uncle was busy embarking on a life of prolific crime to make...
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2015/06/28 18:48
2015/06/28 18:48
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This article originally appeared on Higher education wears the cloak of liberalism, but in policy and practice, it can be a corrupt and cutthroat system of power and exploitation. It benefits...
2015/06/28 12:20
2015/06/28 12:20
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The lead up to Canada Day always makes me think of places around the world with strong ties to our country. That reflection usually focuses on the people who left friends, relatives and homelands...
2015/07/05 16:09
2015/07/05 16:09
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