''''' is a collection of short stories (short story) written by famed Dominican author Jean Rhys, published in 1968 by André Deutsch and reissued by Penguin ten years later. This collection combines eight stories written by Rhys during the 1950s (her period of obscurity) with another nine from her previous efforts in 1927's ''The Left Bank and Other Stories''. In 1979, the title story from Rhys's collection was adapted into a UK-produced short film, directed by Hussein Shariffe. Habitat
, 2011 Biography Helena was born in Copenhagen, Denmark, daughter to the Danish painter Jørgen Roed. Her brother was the painter Holger Roed. In September 1864 she married the Swedish academic Carl Rupert Nyblom, Associate Professor of Aesthetics at Uppsala University, and at the end of the month the newly-weds took a steamer to Uppsala. Helena's first writings were poems and short stories. The stories, written in Danish and then translated
(since 1967), Omar Bongo, wins presidential elections (Gabonese presidential election, 2005), securing a further seven years in office. (Reuters) * The US Military (Military of the United States) has been covertly (covert) paying to run news stories written by US Military "information operations" troops. The stories, usually praising the work of the U.S. (United States) Military
), a collection of stories written for her children. From there, ''Arkansas'' headed for the Indian Ocean. The guided-missile cruiser served almost three months in the Indian Ocean, primarily in that portion known as the Arabian Sea where the protracted war between Iraq and revolutionary Iran threaten to engulf their neighbors and perhaps involve the superpowers as well. On 1 November, ''Arkansas'' entered the Red Sea on her way to the Suez Canal. She passed through the canal
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'', Book one, 221-227 thumb 100px Bolesław Prus (Image:Prus 002.jpg)."'''Shades'''" (Polish (Polish language): "''Cienie''") is one of Bolesław Prus' shortest micro-stories (microfiction). Written in 1885, it comes from a several years' period of pessimism in the author's life caused partly by the 1883 failure of ''Nowiny'' (News), a Warsaw daily (newspaper) that he had been editing (editor-in-chief) less
and Family Background of Eric Frank Russell year 2010 publisher Plantech (U.K.) isbn 978-0-9564576-0-8 Russell became a fan of science fiction, and in 1934 while living near Liverpool he saw a letter in ''Amazing Stories'' written by Leslie J. Johnson, another reader from the same area.
$ 1.75. The book introduces the characters of Tommy and Tuppence who feature in three other Christie books and one collection of short stories written throughout her writing career. One response is from a Mr. "Carter," a leading figure in an unnamed British intelligence agency, who provides the background to Jane Finn, all of which is earlier revealed to the reader in the book's prologue. Jane Finn was a passenger on the '' RMS Lusitania
to XXXenophile #2. Pencils by Phil Foglio. '''''XXXenophile''''' is an American (United States) comic book series, published by Palliard Press and later Studio Foglio. It is an anthology of short, whimsical, erotic fantasy and science fiction stories, written and penciled by Phil Foglio. Each story is inked by a different artist. A primary activity of the Skeptics Society is the publication of ''Skeptic'' magazine. ''Skeptic'' is a quarterly science education
, manufactures railroad locomotives for industrial and light capacity switching needs. The company used to be known as '''Brookville Locomotive Company'''. thumb Ted White, 2007 (Image:Ted-White-2007.jpg) '''Ted White''' (born February 4, 1938) is a Hugo Award-winning American (United States) writer, known as a science fiction author and editor and fan (science fiction fandom), as well as a music critic. In addition to books and stories written under his own name, he has also
been criticized for reporter Walter Duranty's, who served as its Moscow bureau chief from 1922 through 1936, series of stories written in 1931 on the Soviet Union. Duranty won a Pulitzer Prize for his work at that time, however he has been criticized for his denial of widespread famine, most particularly the Ukraine famine in the 1930s.
in the magazine with a few short stories written under pseudonyms. Their successor was Gianni Montanari, a well-known SF editor and writer, who worked for the magazine until 1990. Most of the novels and short stories were from American (United States) and British (Great Britain) authors (with some French (France) novels in the 1950s). Italian authors appeared uncredited, only under pseudonyms. In recent times Italian (Italy) SF writers are a more frequent presence. The competition