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10/18/2003 Who decides which books are "classics?" Is there some committee that gets together every year and ...
02/23/2004 Whenever someone refers to tilting at windmills or anything like that, what are they referring to? ...
02/24/2004 Dear :::Latro:::, Thanks for the Latin translation. Sorry about not giving context, but it works pretty ...
02/28/2004 Somewhere in Greek mythology, or in a fairy tale, or possibly in both, there's a story ...
05/22/2004 I recently read Pride and Prejudice, and I really enjoyed it. However, I was puzzled because ...
09/24/2004 Have you ever read "The Turn of the Screw?" - tidbit
12/03/2004 To Horatio the Literate, In reference to your question from Unfundisi, what is the citation for ...
06/09/2005 In the preface to Victor Hugo's novel, "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" it talks about the ...
07/19/2005 Could you find some links to why Shakespeare's "Hamlet" is considered such an amazing story, or ...
09/19/2005 How many words are in George Orwell's novel 1984? - W. Smith
05/19/2006 (Have any of you bothered to read the unabridged version of The Count of Monte Cristo? ...
06/05/2006 In the past couple of years I have come to find that I love anything written ...
03/03/2003 This is a comment on the question by Hobo posted on 28 February, Board Question #26505 ...
03/03/2003 In support of the Board's answer, Board Question #26505 , Tolkien also knew and *believed* the ...
07/18/2006 Board Question #26296 : if you look at many of Conan Doyle's works, he was interested ...
07/27/2006 Dear Shakesperareian fan, In reference to Board Question #27163 , I have a friend that has ...
08/07/2006 Another question about David Copperfield by Charles Dickens: Was Martha Endell a prostitute? She is so ...
06/23/2002 or rather, Ithryn Luin, Where did you come up with your name? It sounds really cool, ...
10/13/2006 so is it possible to translate Shakespeare into another language...say spanish? - Shakespearean student n' lovin' ...
11/07/2006 Comment concerning Board Question #30141 : In this question, fsyod referred to "the Shakespeare debate." What ...
01/08/2007 Did Shakespeare really write all of his plays, poems, and sonnets? - Wllm
01/30/2007 I just finished reading Vanity Fair. How are the following words in it pronounced? sate (past ...
02/03/2007 Actress Sigourney Weaver once said that she got her unusual name from the novel THE GREAT ...
03/19/2007 what poetic devices are in Lewis Carroll's poem Jabberwocky - Traci Luttrell
03/24/2007 Dear Katya and Portia the Roman Re: Board Question #34375 : It's not quite what you ...