Frank Papé’s endpapers for Penguin Island. Image via the George Macy ImageryAnatole France won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1921; the award committee, maybe taking a cue from his surname, lauded his “true Gallic temperament.” And there is no denying it: France was French. His celebrated temperament is maybe most visible in Penguin Island,his 1908 novel, which... Read More »
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Long John Silver is the main villain in the novel Treasure Island (1883) by Robert Louis Stevenson. The most colourful and complex character in the book, he continues to appear in popular culture. His one-leggedness and parrot, in particular, have greatly contributed to the image of the pirate in popular culture.
Fill in a chart to explain the meaning of several examples of personification in the novel, Island of the Blue Dolphins. Also, you can illustrate its meaning.Chapter and example given- students explain what it means/image that comes to mind & then illustrate their thinkingExample: Chapter 9- Fog crept in and out of the empty huts.
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The daughter of a Coney Island boardwalk curiosities museum's front man pursues an impassioned love affair with a Russian immigrant photographer who after fleeing his Lower East Side Orthodox community has captured poignant images of the infamous Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire. "An extraordinarily imaginative and immersive novel, this one set in New York from 1911-1925"-- Provided by publisher.
Writing Historical Fiction? Then read this site on how to publish a book and how to write historical fiction in particular, i.e. about life in the 18th century.
The "Great Geyser" boiling spring, Iceland, in eruption. Coloured engraving by Francis Chesham, London 1797. Image Credit: Wellcome Library, London. Do you write a historical novel about Iceland? Here's a resource with hundreds of recipes from the Icelandic island. --> http://howtowritehistory.com/food-iceland/