When Tony Harrison wrote his version of Sophocles’ The TrackersWhen Tony Harrison wrote his version of Sophocles’ The Trackers
Shakespeare in northern mills in a style accessible to popular audiences such as those to whom Greek plays and medieval mysteries were presented
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Harvard Divinity BulletinHarvard Divinity Bulletin
Indian (nri) who decides on the death anniversary of his parents to return to India in search of his elderly nanny. The film is ostensibly about Mohan's journey back to India
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Thailand in asian trade and diplomacy: views from foreign sources, 1600-1800Thailand in asian trade and diplomacy: views from foreign sources, 1600-1800
Organizers: Piyada Chonlawan, Thammasat University; Bhawan Ruangsilp, Chulalongkorn University
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Aliens of BreconAliens of Brecon
Not many people ever came into the tourist office under the boardwalk. It wasn’t a particularly inviting one. It was dully lit and the brochures in the window were all a couple of years out of date
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How to write about journeysHow to write about journeys
These resources have been produced to support teachers and pupils who want to contribute pieces of writing to our Journeys writing campaign, but they can be used at any point after the campaign ends too
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Doctor zhivagoDoctor zhivago
This highly anticipated adaptation of Boris Pasternak’s classic love story was co-developed and produced by Granada and Evision (Epsilon Tv Productions), who are joined as co-producers by wgbh boston
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Men’s bible study november 22, 2013 Chapter 9, the faith of a foreign woman Timeless Truth: God’s gracious redemption extends to allMen’s bible study november 22, 2013 Chapter 9, the faith of a foreign woman Timeless Truth: God’s gracious redemption extends to all
They had abandoned God’s plan (again) and had become moral misfits and spiritual adulterers. The light had gone out on God’s people. Then a foreigner stepped onto the stage and a candle of hope flickered once again
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The Origins of Life at a Bhuddist Monastery in Bhutan Pier Luigi LuisiThe Origins of Life at a Bhuddist Monastery in Bhutan Pier Luigi Luisi
This is how it was with the invitation sent to me by Matthieu Ricard, one of the most well-known Dalai Lama’s interpreters and student
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Part The SciencesPart The Sciences
Philosophy in the past ages was not merely an academic subject studied by specialists; it was a living influence which guided men in their ideas about the universe and it included a variety of fields covering theology
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The walk to Emmaus Beverley and MolescroftThe walk to Emmaus Beverley and Molescroft
Meals are important – and not just for nutrition. Who you eat with is important too. The school I taught in did not have a special table for staff: pupils and teachers ate together
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Peter schmidtPeter schmidt
In the words of The Optimist’s Daughter equally applicable to Taylor’s novel, “parents and children take turns back and forth, changing places, protecting and protesting each other.”1
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Legend versus History in the Film King Arthur (2004)Legend versus History in the Film King Arthur (2004)
I would like to thank my supervisor doc. Mgr. Milada Franková, csc., M. A. for her patient guidance
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Iris Murdoch Under the NetIris Murdoch Under the Net
Its prodigiously gifted author went on to write twenty-five more novels, many of which were bigger, more ambitious affairs, and several of which won prestigious literary prizes. But she never wrote a better novel than the one that made her
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Social snacking and shielding Using social symbols, selves, and surrogatesSocial snacking and shielding Using social symbols, selves, and surrogates
Williams, K. D., Forgas, J. P., & von Hippel, W. (Eds.). The social outcast: Ostracism, social exclusion, rejection, and bullying. New York: Psychology Press
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