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  1. Thread: Book Title Game

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    I Never Promised You A Rose Garden by Joanne...

    I Never Promised You A Rose Garden by Joanne Greenberg
  2. Thread: Song Title Game

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    Future Reflections (MGMT)

    Future Reflections (MGMT)
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    Well, to each his Own! I wonder if you like this...

    Well, to each his Own! I wonder if you like this poem by Frost? It always seems to have something in common with The Red Wheelbarrow' to me.

    The Secret Sits

    We dance round in a ring and...
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    I can't figure out where the 'triadic line' comes...

    I can't figure out where the 'triadic line' comes from though I went through the posts. Could you be more specific, please?
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    The Lost Child by Sitor Situmorang...

    The Lost Child


    by Sitor Situmorang (Indonesian Poet)

    In the midday heat
    a speck appears on the lake.
    The anxious mother runs down to the beach
    to welcome her long-awaited child.
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    The story is 'Sleepy' by Anton Chekov. This site...

    The story is 'Sleepy' by Anton Chekov. This site has it as an etext.
  7. Thread: Greek Tragedy

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    I can give you the names of quite a few novels,...

    I can give you the names of quite a few novels, but I don't think any of them are likely to be avilable online- My personal favourite would be Christa Wolf's German novel Kassandra English...
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    Oh, yes- a lovely one- I have reread it several...

    Oh, yes- a lovely one- I have reread it several times too! If by any chance you can get hold of her book Boston Jane- grab it- its fantastic! The one I have just finished- and absoluetely LOVED is...
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    Oh, Madeline L'Engle was incredible all right. I...

    Oh, Madeline L'Engle was incredible all right. I have been trying to collect all her works- those for children at any rate- I trid one of her "adult" books and was rather dissapointed. But her...
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    Agreed, Kit (We did agree that I could call you...

    Agreed, Kit (We did agree that I could call you that, didn't we?;) The giver is an incredible book.

    By the way I am coming pretty close to having a complete collection of Newbery award and Honor...
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    Yes, it's great isn't it? i'm reading Princess...

    Yes, it's great isn't it? i'm reading Princess Academy now- Great entertainment!
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    Yes, Idril, as Snow Queen says, you are certainly...

    Yes, Idril, as Snow Queen says, you are certainly not alone! I love Wuthering hehts and think its a fantastic novel, but if you need to talk about the romance alone, it is not romance but obsession....
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    Ok- the review url is...

    Ok- the review url is
    http://www.harperacademic.com/catalog/book_xml.asp?isbn=006000942X
    Someone tell me why it doesn't show up in my original post!
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    Well, if you are serious, which I really find...

    Well, if you are serious, which I really find hard to beleive, ;) this book is written for you! How to Read Like a Professor by Thomas C. Foster. To Quote from a review;
    "It is a common situation...
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    Yes- The Phantom of the Opera is really SOMETHINg...

    Yes- The Phantom of the Opera is really SOMETHINg else! And I rather think I'd have made a different choice from the heroine's- but then one can't tell until one really experiences a particular...
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    Project Gutenberg has about 4 Angeloa Brazil...

    Project Gutenberg has about 4 Angeloa Brazil Titlesw online now. I'm not sure about May Wynne.
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    Ghosts of my Yesterdays.

    Ghosts of my Yesterdays

    I walk with the ghosts of my yesterdays
    Those yesterdays when my steady diet was dark blue poison
    And yet, and yet, no today can be worth as much
    But I do not decry...
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    "Catastrophe" Poem?

    By the Earth's Corpse


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    "O Lord, why grievest Thou? -
    Since Life has ceased to be
    Upon this globe, now cold
    As lunar land and sea,
    And humankind, and fowl, and fur
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    Thanks more than I can say for this wonderful...

    Thanks more than I can say for this wonderful piece of writing and for the debate it as generated. The title is what my rants are usually about till I get tired of arguing and stop. But this has...
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    I read the summary of the Changeling- now I am...

    I read the summary of the Changeling- now I am Dying to get my hands on it!
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    You're quite right - both Headless Cupid and...

    You're quite right - both Headless Cupid and Witches of Worm were Honor books. I slipped up there.:blush: My favourite still is Libby on Wednesdays though. Have you tried that one?
    I have'nt got...
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    Yes- certainly Bridge to Terabitha. I bought...

    Yes- certainly Bridge to Terabitha. I bought extra copies at sales as gifts!
    I liked The Runner- but My favourite was Homecoming.
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    Thanks a lot. I share the opinion that mugging up...

    Thanks a lot. I share the opinion that mugging up "theory" unless you know what to do with it is a totally useless activity. I am trying to focus my course as much as possible on using the concepts...
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    Well, being a College Professor, who "does"...

    Well, being a College Professor, who "does" literary theory not to feel important, but to enhance my understanding and enjoyment of a text, I must express my dissent, Vrgil. There may, indeed there...
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    I didn't have THAT problem- nobody in India when...

    I didn't have THAT problem- nobody in India when I was studying would have even thought of assigning one of these books as a set text. It was Enid Blyton all the way! Things are changing now- but...
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