Tales of the Castle

Tales of the Castle

I fee , mamma , I have done wrong : but I confess I am fond of fairy tales ; they are very amusing ; they are fo marvellous , so extraordinary , at lave so many changes from crystal palaces ow.cn castles , that it's quite delighting to ...

Author: Stéphanie Félicité comtesse de Genlis

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ISBN: PRNC:32101068989886

Category: Children's stories

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Tales of the Castle Translated by Thomas Holcroft The fourth edition

Tales of the Castle     Translated     by Thomas Holcroft  The fourth edition

I see , mamma , I have done wrong ; but I confess I am fond of fairy tales ; they are very amusing ; they · are so marvellous , so extraordinary , and have so many changes from crystal palaces to golden castles , that it ' s quite ...

Author: Stéphanie Félicité comtesse de Genlis

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ISBN: BL:A0022797151

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The Story of Rushen Castle and Rushen Abbey in the Isle of Man

The Story of Rushen Castle and Rushen Abbey in the Isle of Man

“ Whereas we are enjoined by the right worshipful John Ireland Esq Lieut & Capt ” of this Isle by Vertue of our oaths to give notice of our knowledge of the ancient order and duties observed by the souldiers of the castles of Rushen and ...

Author: J. G. Cumming

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ISBN: BSB:BSB10279282

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The Castle

The Castle

'Castle influence,' repeated Amalia, who had come in from the yard unnoticed, the parents were long since in bed, 'is someone telling castle stories? You two still sitting together? And you meant to leave immediately, K., ...

Author: Franz Kafka

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 9780141904153

Category: Fiction

Page: 304

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The Castle is the story of K., the unwanted Land Surveyor who is never to be admitted to the Castle nor accepted in the village, and yet cannot go home. As he encounters dualities of certainty and doubt, hope and fear, and reason and nonsense, K.’s struggles in the absurd, labyrinthine world where he finds himself seem to reveal an inexplicable truth about the nature of existence. Kafka began The Castle in 1922 and it was never finished, yet this, the last of his three great novels, draws fascinating conclusions that make it feel strangely complete.
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The Ghosts of Stukeley Castle A Funny 15 Minute Ghost Story

The Ghosts of Stukeley Castle  A Funny 15 Minute Ghost Story

Directions: Read the book: The Ghosts of Stukeley Castle. Find threesentences in the book which have a prepositional phrase. Highlight the prepositional phrase in pink or write the sentence on a paper and underline the prepositional ...

Author: Bret Harte

Publisher: Learning Island

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

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There should have been snow on the ground to make the picture look more in season. But the American had lived in England long enough to know that this only happened in the pages of a holiday magazine. On the 24th of December, he cheerfully accepted the low, brooding sky, and the delicate tracery of leafless pines. This was the background to the turrets and peacefully stacked chimneys of Stukeley Castle. Even in this lack of color, the outlines of the long, gray, pile of a castle seemed as wonderful as ever. It still dominated the whole landscape. The castle was often described in the local guide-books. Pictures showed a view of its “South Front,” “West Front,” and “Great Quadrangle.” Tales of old said that it was based on a Roman encampment. Important papers had recorded the date when a Norman man obtained the royal license to build a castle. It had done duty on Christmas cards with the snow laid on thickly in crystal. It had been lovingly written about by a fair correspondent of the “Eastern Sentinel” with complete disregard of facts. Stukeley Castle was rich in tapestries, paintings, armor, legends, and ghosts. Find out what happens when “the American” spends a night in Stukeley Castle, among its fabled halls, and its ghosts. Ages 9 and up. Educational Versions have exercises designed to meet Common Core standards. LearningIsland.com believes in the value of children practicing reading for 15 minutes every day. Our 15-Minute Books give children lots of fun, exciting choices to read, from classic stories, to mysteries, to books of knowledge. Open the world of reading to a child by having them read for 15 minutes a day.
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The Reader s Handbook of Allusions References Plots and Stories

The Reader s Handbook of Allusions  References  Plots and Stories

CASTLE IN THE AIR , Stranger ” ( B. Thompson ) ; “ Pierre " ( Venice Preserved , Otway ) ; “ Zanga " ( Revenge ... He has even departed from the old story by making sir Gareth marry Lynette , and leaving the lady Lyonors in the cold .

Author: Ebenezer Cobham Brewer

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ISBN: UCAL:$B378884

Category: Allusions

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Castles and Kingdoms Book 2 of Rae s Story

Castles and Kingdoms  Book 2 of Rae s Story

She blinked again as her mind trailed back to her life in the castle. I wonder how father is doing. Her inner vision turned back to the memory of his face, first at the night when he gave her his annual present then to the early morning ...

Author: Kimberly Vogel

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781105364778

Category: Fiction

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Continued from the first book, Betrayal of Trust, we find the former princess Taiajara's soft life in the castle gone and her being hunted to be killed. Now she has to learn how to survive in a world she never knew existed. Thankfully kindness is shown by many to those who flee from the rule of the tyrannical king. On her journey she finds more in her than she thought could be.
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Anderson Castle

Anderson Castle

“You think that old castles are uninhabited.” Mr. Anderson started telling the story while his wife took place in the armchair in front of him. “But they are actually crawling with ghosts, from the high towers to the dark underground ...

Author: Connie Furnari

Publisher: Babelcube Inc.

ISBN: 9781507126202

Category: Fiction

Page: 73

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Archie is seventeen years old and lives in Jersey City, New Jersey, he loves reading horror books but, unlike his friends, he has a special power: he is a psychic, he can foresee the future and he can sense things that the human consciousness ignores. One day he receives a letter, without the return address, that informs him about the mysterious death of a distant relative from England, Lord Archibald Anderson III. The Lord appointed Archie as his only successor, and bequeathed an ancient castle near London to him, on condition that the boy arrives at the manor house strictly before the 31st of October, without explaining the reason. Archie arrives at Anderson Castle in company of three classmates: the funny and affable Penny, the cocky womanizer Rigger, and the snob and very rich Daphne. The four friends are welcomed by a man named Frank, who introduced himself as Archie’s uncle, the deceased Lord’s brother. However, the uncle seems eager to throw them out before the Halloween’s night begins. The four friends find out very soon that the castle is actually haunted by furious demonic ghosts that will try to kill them in every way, and that Lord Archibald’s death is linked to the mystery of Anderson Castle. Anderson Castle is a fantasy horror for teenagers, intentionally ironic, and its theme is typical of the ‘Haunted’ series, the haunted house with ghosts, following the novel series ‘Goosebumps’ from R.L. Stine. The whole novel is a tribute to the book The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde, since it follows its irony, the soft horror and the funny situations. Hamlet by William Shakespeare is another book often cited: it’s not a coincidence that the title of every chapter sums up the happenings in Anderson Castle with a phrase from this famous tragedy. The third important point is the exorcism of death. The four protagonists are threatened by supernatural beings that will bring each of t
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Author and Title List of Fiction and Children s Stories

Author and Title List of Fiction and Children s Stories

Old maid's story . Outcast . Passages from the married life of Eleanor Holmes . Sarah Morris . Uncle John's story . Snow - berries . Contents : Advice . ... Stockton , F.R. Castle builders . Yonge , C. M. Castle Daly .

Author: Nahant Public Library, Nahant, Mass

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ISBN: COLUMBIA:CU55880908

Category: Fiction

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The Castle

The Castle

an exaggeration to say that their story prior to 1400 is dominated by discussions of their role and efficacy in warfare. After that date the history of the castle in England is scarcely known except by specialists.

Author: John Goodall

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300265224

Category: History

Page: 320

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A vibrant history of the castle in Britain, from the early Middle Ages to the present day The castle has long had a pivotal place in British life, associated with lordship, landholding, and military might, and today it remains a powerful symbol of history. But castles have never been merely impressive fortresses—they were hubs of life, activity, and imagination. John Goodall weaves together the history of the British castle across the span of a millennium, from the eleventh to the twenty-first century, through the voices of those who witnessed it. Drawing on chronicles, poems, letters, and novels, including the work of figures like Gawain Poet, Walter Scott, Evelyn Waugh, and P. G. Wodehouse, Goodall explores the importance of the castle in our culture and society. From the medieval period to Civil War engagements, right up to modern manifestations in Harry Potter, Goodall reveals that the castle has always been put to different uses, and to this day continues to serve as a source of inspiration.
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