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  • The twentieth century

    A touch Parisian chic came under the reign of Edward VII(1901-10). For example: the Ritz Hotel at Piccadillyan the Café Royal. Also the first American style store opened in Oxford Street in 1909. Entertainment for the little people was made at the music hall. Road transport was revolutionised. Motor cars were seen around the city, and the first motor bus was introduced in 1904, and five years later house-drawn buses had been abandoned. London s ...


  • Sights - westminster abbey

    Westminster Abbey, West End London church that is the site of coronations and other ceremonies of national significance. It stands just west of the Houses of Parliament in the Greater London borough of Westminster. Situated on the grounds of a former Benedictine monastery, it was refounded as the Collegiate Church of St. Peter in Westminster by Queen Elizabeth I in 1560. Legend relates that Saberht, the first Christian king of the East Saxons, f ...


  • London --

    Today we want to invite you on a journey to London. London has 7 million inhabitants and is the capital of the United Kingdom. The climate is mild and damp and the weather is generally cloudy and foggy. Now we will tell you something about the history of London. 500.000 years ago was the vally of the Thamse homeland of many stralling hunter and gatherer but prime the Romans settled big and fortified colonies. 43 years after Christ im ...


  • London: the british capital

    London is not only the British Capital. It is also one of the biggest and most famous cities in the world. Millions of tourists go there every year. They visit the many historical sights. Let´s start a tour through London. We start in the southerast fo London. There ist the Tower Bridge and under it flow the River Thames. You can go on a boat trip along the River Thames. There you can travel to Greenwich to one of the most uniusual tourist attr ...


  • London-- -

    Ich halte mein Referat heute über eine Stadt die zirka 7 Millionen Einwohner hat. Sie ist in 33 Bezirke eingeteilt und ist der Sitz des Parlaments, des Könighauses, und der Regierung. Und diese Stadt heißt LONDON. Wir haben unser Referat in Punkte eingeteilt 1.Die Stadtgeschichte 2.Näheres zu den Sadtbezirken 3 Typisches. Londons Stadtgeschichte Die Römer waren die ersten, die die keltische Festung \"Londinium\" eroberten und b ...


  • Lord edgwares dies

    Author: Christie, Agatha Publication: 1933 ( in Great Britain) Main Characters: Hercules Poirot, he is a Belgian detective. He intimates of his intellect and his instinct. Lady Edgwares: She is a world famouse actor. She seems very naive but she is not. Message: You can´t fool Hercules Poirot!! Quotations: "She would kill as easily as she would drink her morning tea", p. 31 "Do you think they would put ...


  • Lord of the flies - characters

    Chapter Events Themes The boys' reactions I. Plane crash on a tropical island; Ralph and Piggy find a conch, blow it and call other boys; boys vote Ralph for their chief; Jack doesn't dare to kill a pig . Beauty of the island . Glamour like a paradise . Leadership . Friendship . Survival . What it means to kill They enjoy freedom, especially Ralph; games, adventure, fun, friendship II. Boys build fire on the mountain's top to get rescu ...


  • Lord of the flies--

    Whatever its intellectual pretensions, William Golding has created a successful adventure story about a group of boys abandoned on a tropical island somewhere in the Pacific Ocean. They are the victims of a war which is still in progress elsewhere. First, they put up an election. A boy called Ralph is elected by a clear majority over an other boy called Jack. Ralph, Jack and a third boy called Piggy set out to check if they are indeed on an isla ...


  • William golding lord of the flies

    1. Novel William Golding \"Lord of the Flies\" 2. Author William Golding He was born in 1911 in Cornwall, England. He studied literature at Oxford; later earning his money as a schoolmaster; joined the Royal Navy in World War II, saw active duty through out the war and ended as a lieutnant. 1954: Lord of the Flies, his first novel was published, but did not become a bestseller until 1959 when published in paperback. The novel is de ...


  • William golding - lord of the flies

    A group of British school boys crashes on a tropical island in a transport to a safer place in war time. The pilot, who is the only adult, is killed in the accident. After the crash two boys, Ralph and Piggy happen to find each other. They find a conch, which can be heard for miles when it is blown. The loud sound gathers all children spread on the island to a meeting. There Ralph is voted as the leader, although another boy named Jack would\ ...


  • Lord of the flies-

    A plane, carrying a group of young boys of between six and twelve years old, is shot down in a war and crashes on an unhabited tropical island somwhere in the Pacific Ozean. Ralph , a strong boy, the son of a Naval Officer, is at first delighted in the freedom of the island and the fact, that there are no grown ups. Then he meets Piggy ,a short , fat, asthmatic boy, who is nearly blind without his glasses. Piggy is more realistic and intellig ...


  • Los angeles-

    Table of contents 1.) FACTS a) Area b) Population, Inhabitants c) Parts of the city d) Languages e) Nicknames 2.) INFRASTRUCTURE a) Mountains b) Rivers c) Streets, Roads, Freeways d) Climate, Weather 3.) SITUATION TODAY a) Economy b) Tourism c) Poverty 4.) SIGHTS a) Disneyland b) Little Tokyo c) Hollywood d) Universal Studios Hollywood e) Walk of Fame f) Beverly Hills g) Farmers Market h) Forest ...


  • Dangerous minds by louanne johnson

    The book I am talking about is based on real facts. It consists of separate snapshots which means that the chapters are independent from each other. The story is told in the first person by Louanne Johnson - an ex-marine - who decided to become an English teacher at Parkmont Highschool. Although the school is situated in a white middle-class area the majority of the students has to cope with social problems.But this meant a challenge to Lou ...


  • Shakespeare in love

    Shakespeare was a playwright in the 16th century, he lived from 1554 to 1616. He was the son of a wealthy glovemaker and wooldealer, so he was rather well off. He received private education. Later he married Ann Hathaway in her mid-twenties and had three children with her: Snsanna, Hamnet and Judith. At the beginning of the nineties he went to London where he started a career as a poet. He soon became famous for his sonnets, later for his plays a ...


  • Study guide for love poems by modern women

    Source: Wendy Mulford, ed.: Love Poems by Women. New York: Fawcett, 1991. There are many passages in these poems that I don\'t claim to understand completely; but try to discern the feelings and patterns they contain even if you can\'t explain every line. The best way to appreciate most poetry is to read it aloud. Try it. Sonja Akesson: From \"What Does Your Color Red Look Like?\" p. 9, notes on p. 245. The poet begins by proclaiming that th ...


  • Study guide for love poems from the new kingdom of ancientegypt

    These poems are taken from John L. Foster: Love Songs of the New Kingdom (New York: Scribner, 1974). However, other editions are available. Barbara Hughes Fowler: Love Lyrics of Ancient Egypt (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1994). Ezra Pound and Noel Stock: Love Poems of Ancient Egypt (Norfolk, Conn.: New Directions,1962). The New Kingdom of ancient Egypt is still quite ancient; it began after the fall of the invadingHyksos ...


  • Love story

    Erich Segal was born 1937 in New York as the son of a rabbi. He was a graduate of Harvard and wrote texts for musicals. Today he lives in New Haven and is a professor for literature in New York. When the \"Love Story\" was published it became a Number 1 bestseller. The film with Ali Mac Graw and Ryan O\' Neil tempted more than three million people into the cinemas. The main Characters z Oliver Barett IV. û a student at Harvard Unive ...


  • Madrid

    Madrid is the capital of Spain and located on the flat central plateau. A vibrant city The city is always peppered with a variety of events and festivities: the capital is noisy, vibrant and packed with life. City in the sky It's perched 650 metres above sea level and it's creator than any other European capital. Madrilenos These are people who are inhabitants of Madrid, who are essentially transient. Born in some other corner of S ...


  • Magic the gathering (03) shattered chains

    mana: Every thing contains mana. Mana is a mystical energy wizards can "tap" (=manipulate or use). to shift: to teleport, a kind of conjuring; wizards: Wizards have the ability to conjure things from one place to another. When wizards can touch things they can "tag" them. Wizards can summon things they tagged someday. the helmet, the brain: Ancient and powerful artifact. Created by some wizards in Lat-Nam. Can tag wizards and make th ...


  • Magic the gathering (05) the cursed land

    mana: Every thing contains mana. Mana is a mystical energy wizards can "tap" (=manipulate or use). The Nohrish: Progenies of Nohr, who destoyed the Clan Tree that guarded the ways of every living thing and held them in balance. The Nohrish are cursed. Since the parting the Nohrish have not seen the light again because they don't have the light spell. The Heanish: Progenies of Haen, who protected the sacred tree. The Nohrish and the Haen ...



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