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Encore: Again, Again and Again


https://youtu.be/JykHpu9GMZ8?t=1 "Again" Do Piano A wallA roadA carAloneAgain A treeA skyA sunAbove, far offA birdA planeA top, grade high required A trainA girlA boyInsideOutsideMake love again AgainAgain, again, again A cloudA dreamA wave, secret, silentA fightA life A nightNowhereElsewhereA lightA phone A newAlwaysSomethingA moonA drink A bedToo lateTonightTo make love again AgainAgain, again, againAgain, again, …

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‘Hell Hath No Fury Like Mother Nature Scorned’ – The Incredible, True Story of Kuki Gallmann


I Dreamed of Africa From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Dreamed_of_Africa I Dreamed of Africa is a 2000 American biographical drama film directed by Hugh Hudson, starring Kim Basinger in her first picture since she co-starred in L.A. Confidential in 1997. It also stars Vincent Perez, Eva Marie Saint, Garrett Strommen, Liam Aiken and Daniel Craig. It is based on the autobiographical novel I Dreamed of Africa by Kuki Gallmann, an Italian writer who …

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A Dark-Adapted Eye


  “A Dark-Adapted Eye” (1986) is a psychological thriller novel by Ruth Rendell, written under the nom-de-plume Barbara Vine. The novel won the American Edgar Award.   Plot Summary: Largely set during World War II, the story is told by Faith Severn, who at the prompting of a true-crime writer recounts her memories of her …

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“The House of Stairs”: Probing the Depths of a Manipulative Mind


"The House of Stairs" By Ruth Rendell (Writing as Barbara Vine) (Source: http://www.penguinreaders.com/pdf/downloads/pr/teachers-notes/9781405879620.pdf) About the author ‘Barbara Vine’ is the pen name of the world-famous crime writer Ruth Barbara Rendell. Rendell was born in 1930 in London, the only child of an English mother and a Swedish father. She spent many holidays in Scandinavia and …

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