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The Forest Schoolmaster
Author: Peter Rosegger
Pages: 333
Year: 1900
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The Forest Schoolmaster
Author: Peter Rosegger
Publisher: BiblioBazaar, LLC
ISBN: 0554475812
Pages: 348
Year: 2008-08
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This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.
The Schoolmaster
Author: Earl Lovelace
Publisher: Heinemann
ISBN: 0435989502
Pages: 188
Year: 1997-01-01
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Earl Lovelace's Trinidadian novel tells the story of an isolated rural community coming into contact with the woder world. The villagers learn, only too cruelly, that progress can mean the destruction of cherished values.
Church-Clavering, Or, The Schoolmaster
Author: William Gresley
Pages: 280
Year: 1843
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The Schoolmaster, and Edinburgh Weekly Magazine
Year: 1832
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The Schoolmaster, and Edinburgh weekly magazine, conducted by J. Johnstone
Author: John Johnstone (elder of the ch. of Scotl)
Year: 1832
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The Ignorant Schoolmaster
Author: Jacques Rancière
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 0804718741
Pages: 148
Year: 1991
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"Recounts the story of Joseph Jacotot" -- vii.
The World's Greatest Books (Fiction)
Author: Various Authors
Publisher: Library of Alexandria
ISBN: 1465589465
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Edward VI. was dead, poisoned, it was rumoured, by the Duke of Northumberland, Grandmaster of the Realm. For three days had an attempt been made to keep his death secret, so that the proud and ambitious duke might seize the persons of the Princess Mary and the Princess Elizabeth. But the former, warned in time, had escaped the snare; and the Duke of Northumberland, finding further dissimulation useless, boldly proclaimed his daughter-in-law, Lady Jane Grey, queen. On July 10, 1553, Queen Jane, the wisest and most beautiful woman in the kingdom, though only sixteen years of age, was conducted in state to the Tower, where it was the custom for the monarchs of England to spend the first few days of their reign. But the crowds who watched her departure from Durham House, in the Strand, were silent and sullen. Her youthful beauty and grace might win an involuntary cry of admiration, but the heart of the people was not hers. They recognised that she was but the tool of her father-in-law, whom, because of his overweening ambition, they hated. All the pride and pomp of silken banners and cloth of gold could not mask the gloomy presage of the young queen's reign. The very heavens thundered; and owing to the press of boats that surrounded the procession, many small craft were overturned and their occupants thrown into the water. And if further signs of portending evil were wanted, they could be discerned in the uneasy whisperings of those lords of the Privy Council who were present, or in the sinister face of the Spaniard, Simon Renard, ambassador to the Emperor Charles V. "This farce will not last long," he said to De Noailles, the French ambassador. "The Privy Council are the duke's secret enemies, and through them I shall strike the scepter from Jane's grasp and place it in the hand of Mary." Elsewhere in the procession, Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury, uttered in a low voice to Ridley, Bishop of London, his fears for the future; while certain lords of the Privy Council, who had planned the assassination of the Duke of Northumberland, and were aware that their plot had been discovered, approached the portals of the Tower in fear and trembling. But there was one man at least who did not share the general depression and uneasiness. Cuthbert Cholmondeley, esquire to Lord Guildford Dudley, husband of Queen Jane, found much to interest him in the scene. The reception of her Majesty by Og, Gog, and Magog had already driven away the sense of portending evil from his mind when he caught sight of a girl's face in the crowd. It was only for a moment that he had sight of it; but it left such a deep impression on his mind that for the rest of the day he burned with impatience to discover who the girl might be.
Rabindranath Tagore: India's Schoolmaster
Author: John Jesudason Cornelius
Pages: 222
Year: 1928
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The Hoosier School-master
Author: Edward Eggleston
Pages: 218
Year: 1892
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Story of a school-master of the lawless and homely pioneer life of Indiana that rings true in the telling, for it has its roots deep in American life. It is a book that remains year in and year out a perennial favorite among children and grownups.
The American Schoolmaster
Year: 1932
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Hoosier Schoolmaster
Year: 1969
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The Schoolmaster and Other Stories
Author: Anton Pavlovich Chekhov
Pages: 302
Year: 1921
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Twenty-nine stories deal with a doctor's grief, a death prediction, an unhappy betrothal, a mysterious visitor, a murder, an unexplained signature, a persuasive lawyer, and a drunken conversation
The New Penguin Opera Guide
Author: Amanda Holden
Publisher: Penguin USA
ISBN: 0140514759
Pages: 1142
Year: 2001
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Provides biographical sketches for nearly 850 composers along with articles on approximately 2,000 works.
The German Classics
Author: Kuno Francke
Year: 1969
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