Sons and Daughters of Liberty

Sons of Liberty

  • Samuel Adams
  • Joseph Allicox
  • Benedict Arnold
  • Timothy Bigelow
  • John Crane
  • Benjamin Edges
  • Christopher Gadsden
  • John Hancock
  • Patrick Henry
  • Jonathan Lamb
  • Alexander McDougall
  • James Otis
  • Charles Willson Peale
  • Paul Revere
  • Benjamin Rush
  • Isaac Sears
  • Haym Solomon
  • James Swan
  • Isaiah Thomas
  • Charles Thomson
  • Joseph Warren
  • Thomas Young
  • Marinus Willett
  • Oliver Wolcott

Daughters of Liberty

  • Sarah Franklin Beche
  • Martha Washington
  • Ester de Berdt Reed
  • Deborah Sampson
  • Maude Epperson
  • Mary Ludwig Hays McCauley
  • Molly Pitcher

 

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Royal and nobels

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When death came to Pemberley

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I’ve always admired P.D James and I have absolutely loved anything by Austen. So I was greatly disappointed when I finally sat down to read the sequel by P.D James. There was a major inconsistancy in the timeline – if it’s supposed to be sequel of Pride and Prejudice than the setting should be 1798 not 1803 or possibly 1815 but not 1803. The novel was set in 1796-1798. That would mean that it would have to be 1801.

I liked the murder plot but that was about all.

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Novel Structure

  1. Stasis
  2. Trigger
  3. The Quest
  4. Surprise
  5. Critical Choice
  6. Climax
  7. Reversal
  8. Resolution
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English Classics

English classics…

  • English literature
  • Shakespeare plays and poems
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Amateur or Professional

What’s the difference between an amateur writer and professional author?

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British or American history

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French revolution and Marie Antionette

The French Revolution began in 1789 and ended in the late 1790s with the ascent of Napoleon Bonaparte.

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Qu’ils mangent de la brioche,

or let them eat cake. 

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God Save the Queen

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Irish rebellion

There has in fact been two different Irish rebellions in our history. The first one ocurred in 1641 and the second in 1798.

Presently I feel as if the first one might be a little too far off in history.

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