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  • difficulties of life for contemporary rural people. Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen A spirited tale of two very different sisters, both in need of a husband
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  • Cowboys head coach for 29 seasons Isaac Asimov, sci-fi writer (I, Robot) Jane Austen, author (Pride and Prejudice) Philip K. Dick, sci-fi writer (The Man
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  • Histories William Shakespeare Mark Twain Charles Dickens Geoffrey Chaucer Jane Austen The Brontë Sisters Thomas Hardy James Joyce George Orwell The Wikibook
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  • could be in cities and how unhealthy it was living in the London smog. Jane Austen has enjoyed a resurgence in popularity in the last decade since the release
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  • the Devonshire Manuscript, “just like the autograph book circulated in Jane Austen’s Emma,” could be “used as tools of courtship.” Verse writing, then,
    61 KB (9,335 words) - 21:39, 26 November 2014
  • character of Harriet Freke. But, like Jane Austen, she does not reject Wollstonecraft’s ideas. Both Edgeworth and Austen argue that women are crucial to the
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  • taken from the children's poem The North Wind Does Blow[1] Dora quotes Jane Austen's line "Let other pens dwell on guilt and misery" from Mansfield Park
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  • apparently - typical of the author's vocabulary. The second quote is from Jane Austen, and the methods developed by the Reverend are unable to assign it to
    35 KB (5,690 words) - 20:52, 28 December 2013
  • Lucrece, 1549 I would have everybody marry if they can do it properly - Jane Austen, Mansfield Park, 1814 ... the detachment and sympathy of someone approaching
    32 KB (5,307 words) - 18:22, 27 December 2011
  • This theme foreshadows the themes of later English writers, such as Jane Austen, Emily Bronte and Charles Dickens. Theme 2: Women have the intelligence
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  • is_abecedarian and sent some additional corrections. And he knows how to spell Jane Austen. Kelli Kratzer spotted one of they typos. Mark Griffiths pointed out
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  • txt') This program reads emma.txt, which contains the text of Emma by Jane Austen. process_file loops through the lines of the file, passing them one at
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  • Ideology as Style in the Works of Mary Wollstonecraft, Mary Shelley and Jane Austen. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1984. ISBN 0-226-67528-9. Richardson
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  • is_abecedarian and sent some additional corrections. And he knows how to spell Jane Austen. Kelli Kratzer spotted one of they typos. Mark Griffiths pointed out
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  • Lucrece, 1549 I would have everybody marry if they can do it properly - Jane Austen, Mansfield Park, 1814 ... the detachment and sympathy of someone approaching
    6 KB (91,856 words) - 18:02, 14 March 2013
  • apparently - typical of the author's vocabulary. The second quote is from Jane Austen, and the methods developed by the Reverend are unable to assign it to
    2 KB (51,045 words) - 15:47, 29 September 2009
  • "'And Trophes of His Praises Make': Providence and Poetry in Katherine Austen's Book M, 1664-1668". in Victoria E. Burke, Jonathan Gibson, and Elizabeth
    43 KB (6,541 words) - 23:51, 6 March 2014
  • (2001). "Widow, Prophet, and Poet: Lyrical Self-Figurations in Katherine Austen's 'Book M' (1664)". in Barbara Smith and Ursula Appelt, eds. Write or Be
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  • Allende government in 1973. Austen, Jane. Pride and Prejudice. Love and marriage among the English country gentry of Austen's day. Ba, Mariama. So Long
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  • was no clear leader of the Conservative Party, but many favoured Richard Austen Butler, the Deputy Prime Minister. Harold Macmillan advised the Queen, however
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