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ام هریره‌‌‌‎⎊ Dec 15
In this bustling old city, a mosque for us Muslims, a church for our christian neighbours, and a grand souk for us all to haggle over gold pendants and fresh produce and bridal dresses.
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Derby High English Department Apr 4
A- Level revision. Use of dialogue? To convey Hardy's views on women, society and religion; to further the plot + to create empathy for ♀️ protagonists. Ditto with ⬇️albeit less explicitly...also shows diversity of ♀️lives re. education, culture, level of freedom
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Derby High English Department May 11
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A M R A ✨ Aug 2
Cam u re-read the novel's you already read? I can!❤🔥
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Lara Bernhardt Feb 18
Day 5: I’ve been nominated by to post covers of 7 books that I love. No explanations or reviews, just covers. supporting
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Dr Andromeda May 13
Better to get hurt by the truth than comforted with a lie.
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Traci Ison Schafer Feb 14
Day 3: I’ve been nominated by to post covers of 7 books I love (1 per day for a week). No explanations/reviews, just covers. In each post I'll ask another to take up the challenge. Today I nominate
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Rada Akbar May 1
is... a thousand tragedies per square mile.
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Amalia Gavea 🇬🇷 🇷🇸 Jul 7
This is a beautiful, shocking, raw story of family ties, friendship, grief and injustice and the chance to heal the deepest wounds...
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LiteratureQuotes Sep 25
" Of all the hardshipsa person had to face none was more punishing than the simple act of waiting " Khaled Hosseini in his " A Thousand Splendid Suns"
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Dr Beverley Jandziol May 27
For fans of do watch out for - check out her website -
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LiteratureQuotes Sep 24
" A Man who has no conscience, no goodness, doesn't suffer" ~ Khaled Hosseini in his " The Kite Runner".
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Blue Ridge School Library Jul 16
Junior Summer Reading: by - A story of unlikely friendship between a wealthy boy and the son of his father’s servant, caught in the tragic sweep of history. Power of reading, friendship, betrayal, redemption, and fathers and sons.
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Amalia Gavea 🇬🇷 🇷🇸 Jun 23
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Alia Anwar Mar 23
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Stephanie 💕 Jan 8
Books glorious books! I am on a mission to beat my reading challenge on this year! 40 books! I have a bit of a break in between blogtours so gonna get my head into some of these beauties! 😍😍
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Dr. Paul Mar 4
"Everyone is an ocean inside. Every individual walking the street. Everyone is a universe of thoughts, and insights, and feelings. But every person is crippled in his or her own way by our inability to truly present ourselves to the world." -- author
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Jessica Lucci, steampunk author Jun 27
5 minutes until live reading of “Sea Prayer” by Khaled Hosseini. (From hardcover illustrated by Dan Williams). .
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Anaïs Cortez-Reina Dec 20
“Refugees are mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, children, with the same hopes and ambitions as us—except that a twist of fate has bound their lives to a global refugee crisis on an unprecedented scale.”
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bmenet_UoW Apr 23
As we commemorate int'l world book & copyright day - lets reflect on the works of some of our
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