Dramatic table talk or Scenes situations adventures serious comic in theatrical history biography signed R Ryan

... of Woolcot , in Dorsetshire ; and Charles Mathews having , two or three years
afterwards , proposed a subscription for a national monument to Shakspeare ,
with the King and a dozen of the Nobility as its Patrons , after expending fifty
pounds in advertising , received only a single guinea ! ... Walking with him behind
the scenes , one morning , a person in a low situation in the Theatre , came up
and ...

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Siegfried Sassoon

... to contribute a poem to The Owl , and had asked Sassoon , also a contributor ,
to take a dozen copies for the master to ... dramatic conjuror ' , he recognized that
Barrie was one of Britain's most successful playwrights and was surprised to ...
Their long discussions , like their walks in the Dorset countryside , were curtailed
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Siegfried Sassoon

Author: Jean Moorcroft Wilson

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780415967136

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The World War I poet Siegfried Sassoon is one of the twentieth century's greatest icons and Jean Moorcroft Wilson is the leading authority on him. In Siegfried Sassoon: The Journey from the Trenches, the second volume of her best-selling, authorized biography, Wilson completes her definitive analysis of his life and works, exploring Sassoon's experiences after the Great War. For many people, Sassoon exists primarily as a First World War poet and bold fighter, who earned the nickname 'Mad Jack' in the trenches and risked Court Martial, possibly the firing squad, with his public protest against the War. Much less is known about his life after the Armistice. Wilson uncovers a series of love affairs with such larger-than-life characters as Queen Victoria's great-grandson, Prince Phillip of Hess, the flamboyant Ivor Novello and the exotic and bejeweled Hon. Stephen Tennant. This period also sees Sassoon establishing close friendships with some of the greatest literary figures of the age, Hardy, Beerbohm, E. M. Forster and T. E.Lawrence among them. Sassoon himself said that most people thought he had died in 1919. But Wilson shows that his poetry is, if anything, more powerful in the second half of his life. Based on a decade of meticulous research and interviews with many who knew Sassoon well, much of the material is published here for the first time. Siegfried Sassoon: The Journey from the Trenches completes a fascinating story that is beautifully told.

The Thomas Hardy Journal

MAGGIE HITCHENS Morning Walk through the Dorset Gap , 11 October 1998 ...
but a dozen walkers and baby Oliver Tapper in a rucksack ( not forgetting the dog
, Tess ) squelched and slithered up the ... were great views , across the Vale of
Blackmoor to Shaston , dramatic skies , a windy belvedere above the Dorset Gap
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The Illustrated sporting dramatic news

Are suitable for all kinds ot Gravel - walk Entrances , in all weathers , either to
remove the loose grit after Summer showers , or ... of Worship , Hotels , Public
Gardens , Public Institutions , and all Entrances leading from Sandy , Gritty , or
Gravel Walks . ... 2os . per Gallon ; 40s . per Dozen . ... 22 , DORSET - STREET ,
BAKER .

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Speaking of Design

I spent most of my time at Cape Dorset , the very village from which a large share
of the Eskimo art had originated . I was among the ... The low sun would cast a
warm side light making the scenes even more dramatic and the rocky path seem
even rougher . Within a mile of walking I would have a group of 10 or 15 Eskimo
children walking with me . They just ... You can imagine what it was like with a
dozen boys and girls sputtering , drooling , and giggling while trying to make
sounds .

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Illustrated Sporting Dramatic News

... or in any other there is renewed interest to be found in contemplating old days
it was possible to walk a fox to death , I ... At every ably a dozen miles away , and
possibly thirty miles , and and that there must therefore be a new deal . stage of
their being they would hunt deer . ... Isles must liuman device is employed to help
hounds that can seldom Acorn , Blue Bird , Dorset , Eversley , J. L. Peach , J. 0.

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A Banquet of Consequences

The landscape, Lily saw, was as dramatic here as William had promised. ... view
not only of the water and of the town of Lyme Regis to the west of them but also of
Dorset itself, which lay in splendour to the north. Walking here was where they
would warm up, he told her, just as soon as they set up camp. ... Perhaps a dozen
of these mushroomed across grassland in rainbow colours, despite the cold.

A Banquet of Consequences

Author: Elizabeth George

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 0698186168

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“George’s mystery unfolds with great psychological depth, finely drawn characters and gorgeous portraits of the English countryside. . . . [George] is an essential writer of popular fiction today.” —The Washington Post The #1 New York Times bestselling author’s award-winning series returns with another stunning crime drama featuring Scotland Yard members Detective Inspector Thomas Lynley and Detective Sergeant Barbara Havers. Look out for Elizabeth George’s newest novel, The Punishment She Deserves. The unspoken secrets and buried lies of one family rise to the surface in Elizabeth George’s newest novel of crime, passion, and tragic history. As Inspector Thomas Lynley investigates the London angle of an ever more darkly disturbing case, his partner, Barbara Havers, is looking behind the peaceful façade of country life to discover a twisted world of desire and deceit. The suicide of William Goldacre is devastating to those left behind who will have to deal with its unintended consequences—could there be a link between the young man’s leap from a Dorset cliff and a horrific poisoning in Cambridge? After various issues with her department, Barbara Havers is desperate to redeem herself. So when a past encounter gives her a connection to the unsolved Cambridge murder, Barbara begs Thomas Lynley to let her pursue the crime, knowing one mistake could mean the end of her career. Full of shocks, intensity, and suspense from the first page to the last, A Banquet of Consequences reveals both Lynley and Havers under mounting pressure to solve a case both complicated and deeply disturbing.

Theatre World

Friars Walk , Lewes , for the Proprietors and Publishers . PRACTICAL PRESS
LTD ... Editorial and Advertising Offices : 1 Dorset Buildings , Salisbury Square ,
Fleet Street , London , E . C . 4 . Tel . : CENural ... By Michael Pertwee THE
PARAGON A play of dramatic and emotional strength ; 41 5m 1 set . By Roland ...
By Ronald Adam TWO DOZEN RED ROSES A sparkling comedy 21 3m 1 set . By
Kenneth ...

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Journeys Through England in Particular Coasting

JohnBetjeman captured their spirit: 'Walk theasphalt paths ofBranksome Chine/In
resin scented airlike strong Greek wine.' Chines between Poole, Dorset and
Bournemouth, Hampshire. There are nineteen chines on the southern side of the
Isle of Wight; a dozen between Shanklin and Freshwater, with names such as
Shippards, Cowlease, Ladder, Blackgang and Shanklin, which has a dramatic
fortyfoot waterfall. From the air some look like little rifts, others are great clefts,
yawning ...

Journeys Through England in Particular  Coasting

Author: Sue Clifford And Angela King

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1444789643

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The New York Dramatic Mirror

Harry Wilcox, Jr. Dorset Walkingly . ... Before the first and third acts a dozen or so
members of the compan sang Bavarian folk songs to an accompaniment played
by ... The dramatic conception is effective, the craftsmanship often elementary.

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The Complete Concordance to Shakespeare

Being a Verbal Index to All Passages in the Dramatic Works of the Poet Mary
Cowden Clarke. v . 1 ii . 4 iii . 3 V.1 iv . ... 4 doned for a certain term to walk ....
Hamlet , i . ... 1 and lady marquis Dorset ; will these V. Ź whose double busoms
seem .... iv . 4 against his ... 3 a dozen captains stay at door for you ii . 4 and dote
upon ...

The Complete Concordance to Shakespeare

Author: Mary Cowden Clarke

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The Complete Concordance to Shakspere

Being a Verbal Index to All the Passages in the Dramatic Works of the Poet. v . ...
4 doomed for a certain term to walk . ... 1 and lady marquis Dorset ; will these V.
% whose double bosoms seem iv . ... 2 a dozen captains stay at door for you ii .

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The Complete Concordance to Shakspere

Being a Verbal Index to All the Passages in the Dramatic Works of the Poet Mary
Cowden Clarke. V. 1 ' ii . 2 V. iii . ... 4 doomed for a certain terın to walk .... Harnlel
, i . ... 1 and lady marquis Dorset ; will these whose double bosoms seein iv . 4
against his ... Coriolanus , ii . ? a dozen captains stay at door for you ii . 4 and
dote ...

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The Encore Reciter

Humorous Serious and Dramatic Selections F. E. Marshall Steele ... -Oh ! don't
you be afeared , ma'am , ( Dorsetshire Dialect . ] ... know , WHATEVER I do , and
whatever I say , JOIN : You walk'd o ' Zunday evenen wi'n , d'ye Aunt Tabitha tells
me that isn't the way ; You ... She would never endure an impertinent stare An ' if
he kiss'd me dree times , or a dozen , It is horrid , she says , and I mustn't sit there
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Cyclopaedia of English Literature

In what may be called the Adams as twelve to a dozen . ... It the exchange of his
two small livings in Dorset- gathered its materials slowly and silently with inshire
for two of superior value in the vale of Bel- tent but unobtrusive observation . ...
He read aloud very visit to Sir Walter Scott in Edinburgh ; and it is often , even
when walking , or seated by the side of worthy ... He still continued his attachment
to his pictures have all the force of dramatic represenliterature , and in 1817 and
1818 ...

Cyclopaedia of English Literature

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Cyclop dia of English Literature

In what may be called the Adams as twelve to a dozen . ... It the exchange of his
two small livings in Dorset- gathered its materials slowly and silently with inshire
for two of superior value in the vale of Bel- tent but unobtrusive observation . ...
He read aloud very visit to Sir Walter Scott in Edinburgh ; and it is often , even
when walking , or seated by the side of worthy ... He still continued his attachment
to his pictures have all the force of dramatic represenliterature , and in 1817 and
1818 ...

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Cyclopaedia of English Literature

In what may be called the Adams as twelve to a dozen . ... It the exchange of his
two small livings in Dorset- gathered its materials slowly and silently with inshire
for two of superior value in the vale of Bel- tent but unobtrusive observation . ...
He read aloud very visit to Sir Walter Scott in Edinburgh ; and it is often , even
when walking , or seated by the side of worthy ... He still continued his attachment
to his pictures have all the force of dramatic represenliterature , and in 1817 and
1818 ...

Cyclopaedia of English Literature

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