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    Hello

    Hello
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    Cats. Heavy metal or rap.

    Cats.

    Heavy metal or rap.
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    Well then you're not a reader. Go and find...

    Well then you're not a reader. Go and find another hobby. There's plenty more to choose from.
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    She was and still is my favourite poet on Litnet.

    She was and still is my favourite poet on Litnet.
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    Flies Die By The Windows

    Hello. I posted this as a thread in the Personal Poetry section. I hope it's OK to post it here too. It hasn't received replies yet.

    I didn't ask for them to invade my prison-kingdom,
    Of...
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    Let's leave the defacing of history to ISIS.

    Let's leave the defacing of history to ISIS.
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    We had quite a fractured relationship on the...

    We had quite a fractured relationship on the forum. I've just been re-reading our PM exchanges. Ouch! But... the internet is a hostile place. It isn't always the best place to come to if you are...
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    I have recently been accepted onto a PGCE course...

    I have recently been accepted onto a PGCE course to teach history in secondary schools and this is exactly my image of what marking will be like. Well, at least it was until very recently when I did...
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    It's questionable whether tanning and wearing...

    It's questionable whether tanning and wearing make-up can be termed 'looking after yourself'. They strike me as just bad habits picked up as a consequence of consumer obsessed culture. I'm not...
  10. Agnes Grey by Anne Bronte The Emergence of a...

    Agnes Grey by Anne Bronte

    The Emergence of a Nation State: the Commonwealth of England 1529-1660 by Alan G R Smith

    The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison

    Blow Your House Down by Pat Barker
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    Money Critical acclaim or commercial fame

    Money

    Critical acclaim or commercial fame
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    0 How many different people have you spoken to...

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    How many different people have you spoken to today (on the phone, online, in-person, etc.)?
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    Speed skating. Ginger or cinnamon?

    Speed skating.

    Ginger or cinnamon?
  14. Agnes Grey by Anne Bronte The Emergence of a...

    Agnes Grey by Anne Bronte

    The Emergence of a Nation State: the Commonwealth of England 1529-1660 by Alan G R Smith

    The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison
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    Indeed. The politically correct left turn racism...

    Indeed. The politically correct left turn racism into a stage show. It's rather embarrassing to watch, as a fellow white person..
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    I can see dust. Opening up one of those books...

    I can see dust. Opening up one of those books must give you a coughing fit Pip lol

    What translation of Franz Kafka are you using?
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    Here's my "library" ...

    Here's my "library"

    http://i41.tinypic.com/mj7ono.jpg

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    http://i42.tinypic.com/2csfcl2.jpg

    :blush2:
  18. She learned circumspection, judgement, the need...

    She learned circumspection, judgement, the need for strict self-control and the virtues of silence - but also the necessity to speak out for herself, with all her courage and eloquence, when the...
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    I'm not going to rate books, but if I feel...

    I'm not going to rate books, but if I feel compelled to make comments on them I will do so.

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    I thought the sentimental melodrama of the third part was...
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    I'm not going to rate books, but if I feel...

    I'm not going to rate books, but if I feel compelled to make comments on them I will do so.

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    I thought the sentimental melodrama of the third part was...
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    I'm not going to rate books, but if I feel...

    I'm not going to rate books, but if I feel compelled to make comments on them I will do so.

    1. The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Bronte
    I thought the sentimental melodrama of the third part was...
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    I'm not going to rate books, but if I feel...

    I'm not going to rate books, but if I feel compelled to make comments on them I will do so.

    1. The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Bronte
    I thought the sentimental melodrama of the third part was...
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    I'm not going to rate books, but if I feel...

    I'm not going to rate books, but if I feel compelled to make comments on them I will do so.

    1. The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Bronte
    I thought the sentimental melodrama of the third part was...
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    I'm not going to rate books, but if I feel...

    I'm not going to rate books, but if I feel compelled to make comments on them I will do so.

    1. The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Bronte
    I thought the sentimental melodrama of the third part was...
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    I'm not going to rate books, but if I feel...

    I'm not going to rate books, but if I feel compelled to make comments on them I will do so.

    1. The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Bronte
    I thought the sentimental melodrama of the third part was...
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