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Kristen Heitzmann

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Anne Perry’s new Inspector Pitt novel, Betrayal at Lisson Grove (out in paperback from Headline this year) is a pacy, twisting thriller. As with the establishment of the Bank of England (1694) and the New East India Company (1698), this Company was chartered in return for a large loan to the government (in this case, £9,000,000) subscribed by a group of merchant-financiers (including Sir Matthew Decker, who served as director of the Company till 1720).

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Charles I's highly damaging correspondence captured at Naseby subsequently published in The King's Cabinet Opened (non-fiction) Francis Quarles (1592-1644), Solomons Recantation, entituled Ecclesiastes, Paraphrased (poetry) On 27 April 1646, Charles I leaves Oxford disguised as a gentleman's servant and surrenders himself to the Scots army at Newark (5 May) and Oxford surrenders (20 June), bringing the First Civil War to an end. (Both John Cleveland and Henry Vaughan wrote poems on what Cleveland calls the "blasphemy" of the king's forced disguise.) Thomas Edwards, Gangraena: Or a Catalogue and Discovery of many of the Errours, Heresies, Blasphemies and Pernicious Practices of the Sectaries of this Time (a Presbyterian denunciation of sectarian practices and opinions, much like Ephraim Pagitt's Heresiography [1645]) Sir Thomas Browne (b. 1605), Pseudodoxia Epidemica (extensively revised through six editions, to 1672) Richard Crashaw (b. 1612/13), Steps to the Temple: Sacred Poems (poetry) John Milton (b. 1608), Poems of Mr John Milton, both English and Latin (poetry) (dated '1645'; pub. 2 Jan. 1646; 2nd rev. edn, 1673) Sir John Suckling (1609-1642), Fragmenta Aurea: A collection of all the incomparable pieeces, written by Sir John Suckling (works, containing letters, poems, and four plays) (2nd edn, 1648; 3rd edn, 1658) Jan. 30: the Scots, failing to come to terms with Charles I, turn him over to the English for £200,000.

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Are there places we draw lines to distinguish among what is contemporary or realistic? It has gorgeous illustrations and is not a very long read, so use it to entice so-called “reluctant readers”. Both the written plays and the improvisation were influential upon literature of the time, particularly upon the work of Molière. Welcome to the Historical Fiction Series site, a colossal reading list of historical fiction series! For those wanting more romance with their thrills there's Violins of Autumn (2012).

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Ursula Loucks

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An expressway is "Blade Runnered by half a century of use and pollution." This was written as a political parable; still, it's a an engaging account. Rider Haggard Fortune hunters travel to Africa in search of the fabled People of the Mist, who are rumored to have an unequalled cache of jewels hidden away. My publishers, John Murray, wanted the fourth book to be in the historical literary genre too. However, upon finding the beach, they discover that something so perfect is hard to keep secret.

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Fiction in Verse is full-length novels with plot, subplots, themes, with major and minor characters. The proximity of Walmer Castle to the port of Dover made it ideal for entertaining foreign royalty, but it was also enjoyed by the British Royal family. Short fiction in Spanish found outlets in La Vanguardia. 1929. sometimes satiric. Dave respects a writer’s individual style, keeping voice and tone intact while ensuring for consistency, correct grammar, and usage.

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Black History Month focuses on history, just like the name suggests. What literature was, and why we read literature, and what we read, were questions that subsequent movements in literary theory were to raise. "Formalism" is, as the name implies, an interpretive approach that emphasizes literary form and the study of literary devices within the text. Currently, thanks to the weird subcategory of vampire romance (which descends from Rice’s chronicles), Dracula-type, blood-drinking bastards are almost endangered, though even the weediest blunt-fanged sparkly vamp seems to have a thoroughly nasty (and, it has to be said, sexier and more exciting) brother, ex-lover, archenemy or doppelganger hanging about to keep the plot interesting.

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Willa Cather

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Readers engage in learning through rich illustrations of the world’s best-kept secrets. Emmanuelle Morgen represents adult and children’s fiction, as well as memoir and select narrative and prescriptive nonfiction books. This collection of engaging stories is topped by a novella-length tale that’s a rollicking experimentalist riff on “Jack and the Beanstalk” — featuring a contemptuous talking dog, a pair of post-feminist maidens and an equally forlorn Tom Dooley, who laments that his famous murder ballad “ain’t done much good since Burl Ives died.” — Michael Lindgren Set in the early 1970s in Tóibín’s hometown in County Wexford, Ireland, this autobiographical novel follows the story of a 44-year-old widow and mother of four.

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David Maine

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Thompson (aka James Munro) features the experiences of multi-generations of the Retallick family in various British colonial locales (England, Australia and South Africa). Whether magic causes a divergence from accepted history to lead to a totally new outcome, or whether known history is reformulated as the result of magic, this form can be a lot of fun for history buffs who like to search for inaccuracies or improbabilities within the framework of the story. Over 30 books listed, with author, publication info, and summary, from American Revolution Fiction (Winona Public Library, Minn.): Listed by author, includes title, date pubished, and short description of book.

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The first grouping belongs to the ethnic tradition, which comprises oral lore identifiably precolonial in provenance and works that circulate within contemporary communities of tribal Filipinos, or among lowland Filipinos that have maintained their links with the culture of their non-Islamic or non-Christian ancestors. Given the subject matter of your novels, do you or your publisher have any plans for readers around the centenary of ANZAC Day that you can share? Well, it’s just as well she died, then. ..

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Edward Paciorek

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Story of the political and economic strife in Ireland, fight for independence from English and of the personal struggles of some of her inhabitants. In an interview with Dave Itzkoff of The New York Times, Follett maintains “the novel has to engage the reader emotionally. Agriculture was being revolutionized by the invention of the harvester, the disc cultivator, the reaper, and the mowing machine. Eventually the SS arrests her and sends her, along with her children, to Auschwitz once they discover that she is hiding meat—food rations illegal for Poles and reserved for the German occupiers—under her coat.

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