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  1. Jan 07, 2020 · The University of Adelaide Library is proud to have contributed to the early movement of free eBooks and to have witnessed their popularity as they grew to become a regular fixture in study, research, and leisure. There are a number of reputable alternatives for free access to material within the public domain: Project Gutenberg; Internet Archive

  2. "Virginia Woolf's peculiarities as a fiction writer have tended to obscure her central strength: she is arguably the major lyrical novelist in the English language. Her novels are highly experimental: a narrative, frequently uneventful and commonplace, is refracted—and sometimes almost dissolved—in the characters' receptive consciousness.

  3. The counterculture of the 1960s was an anti-establishment cultural phenomenon that developed throughout much of the Western world between the mid-1960s and the mid-1970s. The aggregate movement gained momentum as the civil rights movement in the United States continued to grow, and with the intensification of the Vietnam War, it would later become revolutionary to some.

  4. Jul 16, 2009 · There are only four words in the English language which end in "dous": tremendous, horrendous, stupendous, and hazardous. The word "SWIMS" upside-down is still "SWIMS." The word "WE" upside-down becomes "ME." "Dreamt" is the only English word that ends in the letters "mt".

  5. Feb 28, 2022 · In 1687 John Phillips, Milton’s nephew, produced a “Don Quixote” “made English,” he says, “according to the humour of our modern language.” His “Quixote” is not so much a translation as a travesty, and a travesty that for coarseness, vulgarity, and buffoonery is almost unexampled even in the literature of that day.

  6. Nov 06, 2008 · Chapter III. The old gentleman. After the adventure of Peter's Coal-mine, it seemed well to the children to keep away from the station—but they did not, they could not, keep away from the railway. They had lived all their lives in a street where cabs and omnibuses rumbled by at all hours, and the carts of butchers and bakers and candlestick makers (I never saw a candlestick-make

  7. Aug 14, 2022 · Now either I paint a nose, eyes, and mouth on it and pretend I've got two heads, or you take it off. Julian Bashir: I'll get you some paint. Miles O'Brien: Julian! Get it off me! Julian Bashir: Alright, alright. But you know what they say: two heads are better than one. Miles O'Brien: Julian, I'm waiting!