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Literary Encyclopedia: Earthquake before World Series
On 17 October, just before a World Series game, an earthquake struck the San Francisco Bay ... "Earthquake before World Series". The Literary Encyclopedia. ...
Literary Encyclopedia: A Moveable Feast
A Moveable Feast (1964) was the first of Ernest Hemingway's posthumous publications, ... A Moveable Feast is a memoir of Hemingway's early days in Paris, ...
Literary Encyclopedia: A Murder is Announced
A Murder is Announced. Domain: Literature. Genre: Novel, Detective Story. Country: England, Britain, Europe. Agatha Christie (1950). Article contributed by ...
Literary Encyclopedia: Trooper Peter Halket of Mashonaland
Trooper Peter Halket of Mashonaland is a response to a particular moment in the history of colonial and imperial expansion in South Africa. ...
Literary Encyclopedia: Spreading the News
Nov 26, 2004 ... Lady Augusta Gregory’s play Spreading the News premiered on December 27, 1904 as part of a quadruple bill to celebrate the opening of the ...
Literary Encyclopedia: The Rising of the Moon
Nov 26, 2004 ... Lady Gregory’s The Rising of the Moon was first produced by the Irish National Theatre on March 9, 1907. At the time, the National Theatre ...
Literary Encyclopedia: The Lady of the Lake
Walter Scott’s third narrative poem, The Lady of the Lake, was published on 8th May 1810. The plot is geographically and culturally located on the ...
Literary Encyclopedia: Lady Oracle
Margaret Atwood’s Lady Oracle (1976) marks an important milestone in Atwood’s literary representation of the woman artist. While later novels such as Cat’s ...
Literary Encyclopedia: Lady Oracle
Oct 25, 2006 ... Margaret Atwood’s Lady Oracle (1976) marks an important milestone in Atwood’s literary representation of the woman artist. ...
Literary Encyclopedia: Objective Correlative
A term introduced by T.S Eliot in his essay “Hamlet and His Problems” (1919). ... "Objective Correlative". The Literary Encyclopedia. 1 November 2001. ...
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