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Rosemary Sutcliff
For (1920-92)—internationally-acclaimed "writer of genius"—Guardian obituary—of children’s literature & historical fiction
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BBC History Magazine Mar 25
Viking Iceland: A land without kings
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Rosemary Sutcliff Mar 20
Songs for the End of the World by Dom Coyote Well worth a listen ....'Dear Old World' has me in tears e…
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Royal Literary Fund Mar 20
Did you know that we help authors in financial or other hardship? Please spread the word abt how we can help:
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Pádraic Whyte Mar 20
Deadline for applications for 'Yale-TCD Alumni Bursary for Research in Children's Literature' -27 March!
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Pádraic Whyte Mar 20
Deadline for applications for Masters Degree in Children's Literature fast approaching - 31st March!
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Tony Bradman Mar 20
My next book - a Roman Britain story - is dedicated to the writer who inspired me to write
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Following Hadrian Mar 20
Happy 1st day of spring! (Statue of Flora, goddess of flowers and the season of spring, from Hadrian's Villa)
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The Mallison Library Mar 20
: shortlisted Sputnik's Guide to Life on Earth by . Can Prez find 10 things worth saving Earth for?
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Rosemary Sutcliff Mar 17
Did you know St Patrick's real name Succat changed to Cothraige then Magonus then Patricus when ordained! ( from Brewer)
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History Today Mar 17
Shot through the eye and who’s to blame? Where did the 'one in the eye for Harold' myth come from?
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Oxfordshire Guardian Mar 16
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Rosemary Sutcliff Mar 17
thanks. Had not heard this ...
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J.D. Gravenor Mar 17
FYI Michael Morpurgo acknowledges Rosemary Sutcliff contributions to YA genre in Spectator Books podcast-
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Rosemary Sutcliff Mar 17
"Compact little gem of a show—lively mix of songs & satirical comedy—in turns poignant, angry & savagely funny."
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Rosemary Sutcliff Mar 14
"It is déjà vu all over again."
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Rosemary Sutcliff Mar 14
Making Athens Great Again
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BBC History Magazine Mar 12
were not the ignorant and illiterate barbarians that Christian writers of the time believed them to be”
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Joanne Harris Mar 12
Johanna Vergouwen (1630 -1714): Flemish Baroque painter and copyist. (Below: portrait of two young boys playing dressing-up.)
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Rosemary Sutcliff Mar 12
Yes: Songs for the End of the World from and The Bloodmoneys, story-telling genes at work
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Rosemary Sutcliff Mar 12
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