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Arts & Literature

Welcome To Arts & Literature where we try to answer questions of a scholarly nature.

If you are looking for information about books then head to Books & Authors. The Arts section covers all sorts of topics like theatre, exhibitions, paintings and much more.

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barry1010
I'm not advertising, I'm not making any pennies from this but I thought this to be a great offer for those who enjoy this genre of... ...
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Khandro
A Dead Mole by Andrew Young. Strong-shouldered mole,
That so much lived below the ground,
Dug, fought and loved, hunted and fed,
For you to raise a mound
Was as for us to make a hole;
What wonder now... ...
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lolitasteward
We are in 2023. It's late September in Rome and it's still boiling outside. Not quite boiling, but the warm lips of the sun and the moist tongue of Ostia are still blessing my skin and painting it... ...
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Kenco66
A man who gained fame as a writer and whose surname is a type of bird. He was born in London in the 1920s and was expelled from a public school in Surrey....
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barry1010
I should really be hooked by this series, it is my favourite genre and the lead character seems likeable but I am really struggling with them. The plots seem flat and don't grip me, and every book...
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StefanoNo
I am amazed with such an art like scrimshaw. Would like to have something like that in my collection.
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amplenan
Anybody know the answer to the two questions?
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EcFlowers
In this fanfiction Daryl is a construction worker and Carol is a mortician. They hook up after Dary accidentally drops his fathers ashes and Carol gets pregnant. I just remember the title been...
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Stargazer
Has anyone read this book?
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TheComicBookGuy1
I personally think that Tobey Maguire's career is crushed from all the "Bully Maguire" memes, and if they didn't like him then just hire a new actor kinda type ***. It's too bad that certain people...
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Zubida
What are some globally accessible magazines on photography that you would recommend to a photographer who's expert in the fundamentals and is keen on enlarging his viewpoints, as far as motivation and...
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Ian b
The Detective is seconded to another patch because they are short staffed, he goes to the scene of a cot-death. The pathologist is a bit off-handed and states 'parents are to blame'. The detective is...
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Devant12
Hi. I need someone to bind my old magazines and overtime newsletters etc into hardbacked books. For a reasonable price as my binder is retiring
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johnsam38
in the film near the end ingrd board a train leaving kings cross what was the locomotive?...
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silvertaff
In the 1950 film noir 'Where The Sidewalk Ends' there is a small painting on the wall above the telephone in Ken Paine's apartment when Detective Dixon visits him. Does anyone know what it is?
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LxDurian
[6,8,6,4] Have a wizard day out with these brothers.
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Chatnoir123
“Cranes” by Hwang Sun-won Translated by Peter H. Lee & Published in 1953 The northern village at the border of the Thirty-eighth Parallel (1) was snugly settled under the high, bright autumn sky. One...
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naomi24
....the new book in the series. a prequel, is published today. https://www.eveningexpress.co.uk/lifestyle/entertainment/hunger-games-prequel-the-ballad-of-songbirds-and-snakes-what-you-...
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badhorsey
I recall years ago seeing a single page comic strip parodying celebrated auteur Charles Bronson. The storyline was "A stranger borrow's Macho's pen... and doesn't give it back!" But I can't remember...
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Veebird
Can anyone enlighten me on a children's story in rhyme that begins: 'There once was a plump Christmas pudding, who unlike a pudding said he, I don't think that I should be eaten, for anyone's dinner...

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