The Great Gatsby - A novel by F Scott Fitzgerald

The Great Gatsby   A novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald     Table of contents  Introduction p. 2 The author p. 2 Background of the 1920s p. 3 List of characters p. 3 The story p. 4 Interpretation &# ...
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The Hippie movement

The Hippie movement      1.The Political situation   The Vietnam war and the black people’s position in the society were the biggest issues in politics in the USA in the sixties. The whole nation was interested in the outcome of these questions. The young John F. Kennedy was elected, with minimal margin, as a pre ...
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The Hunt for Red October

Sabine Weishaupt, 7B  Book-report:  “The Hunt for Red October” by Tom Clancy    About the Author:   Thomas L. Clancy, the so called Master of techno-military thrillers, was born on the 12th of April 1947 in Baltimore, Maryland / USA. He was educated at the Loyola College in Baltimore. Then he worked a ...
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The Pelican Brief - John Grisham

The Pelican Brief  "The Pelican Brief" is a political thriller from John Grisham. It was published by "Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group Inc. / New York" in 1992.   Subject: In a cold october night two judges of the highest law-court are killed. A young law-student writes a file about her theory of ...
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The Prince and the Pauper

The Prince and the Pauper Tom Canty was very poor. He and his family were paupers. Tom Canty’s father didn’t want to work and he sent his three children out to beg money in the streets. They had to stand at the side of the road and say ,“Please give a penny to a poor child! “If they didn’t bring money to John Ca ...
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The Recognition of Sakuntala

Study Guide for Kalidasa: The Recognition of Sakuntala   Source: Kalidasa: The Loom of Time. Penguin Books. Your assignment is to read Abhinjnanasakuntalam (The Recognition of Sakuntala) plus its related notes. Begin by reading the biographical note in the front of the book, the Introduction, Sections I, III, VI, VII, X, and XIII and Appe ...
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THE SAVOY  The Savoy is the most famous hotel in London. The Savoy belongs to London like the five o- Clock tea, fish and chips and the Queen. You will enjoy the fish and chips and it will not cost you a lot. You would have to pay much more for an Afternoon tea in the Savoy-35€, but, maybe you will see the Queen there, and you will nev ...
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The war of the worlds

The war of the worlds  Summary of the plot  The story is told in the first person by a writer. In 1985 astronomers notice ten puffs of smoke coming from the side of the planet. As they later discover, these explosions are ten missiles which are fired off at the earth. The planet is older than the earth and so the colling process is mo ...
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The Wave (by Morton Rhue)

The Wave (by Morton Rhue)  Laurie Saunders is sitting at her desk to write for The Gordon Grapevine. All the others are outside because it is a lovely day. They don’t stop talking to their friends although they all know that they have to finish their next issue. The bell rings soon, so Laurie stands up and leaves the room to meet Amy ...
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   THE WONDERFUL STORY OF HENRY SUGAR   ROALD DAHL 1977, PUFFIN BOOKS    AUTHOR   Roald Dahl was born on September 13, 1916 in Llandaff, South Wales. He had three sisters Alfhild, Else, Asta and Astri. He was educated in Llandraff Cathedral School, then he was sent to an English boarding school: St. Peter`s ...
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