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Francis Pharcellus Church: Little Virginia’s Secret Journalism Santa
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Francis Pharcellus Church: Little Virginia’s Secret Journalism Santa

Francis Pharcellus Church: Little Virginia’s Secret Journalism Santa A child’s letter to the editor questioning the existence of Santa Claus challenged the imagination of a crusty old, cynical newspaper writer by the name of Francis Pharcellus Church to answer the child in the affirmative. And although he was too ashamed of himself to admit to…

Agatha Christie the Dame of Mystery: Halloween Horror Month Part III
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Agatha Christie the Dame of Mystery: Halloween Horror Month Part III

Agatha Christie the Dame of Mystery: Halloween Horror Month Part III Ah, Agatha Christie, Her wildly popular murder mysteries have kept readers gleefully occupied on cold winter nights for decades. They kept me gleefully occupied for hours on end for decades with her eccentric, sometimes comical, fatally flawed characters and her logical, slightly ironic plot…

H.I.E. Dhlomo: The Literary Luminary of South African Apartheid
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H.I.E. Dhlomo: The Literary Luminary of South African Apartheid

HIE Dhlomo: The Literary Luminary of South African Apartheid South Africa is a land rich in history and literature which can boast of up to eleven official languages, including English. And although the Black Africaan people were suppressed and their literature not published during the colonial period, they were still prolific in the oral tradition…

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