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  • ...r.jpg|thumb|right|350px|Wrapper from the serialized publication of ''Bleak House'' with illustrations by [[Hablot Knight Browne|Phiz]], 1853.]] '''''Bleak House''''' is the ninth [[novel]] by [[Charles Dickens]], published in 20 monthl
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  • *{{gutenberg|no=1023|name=Bleak House}} *[http://www.19thnovels.com/bleakhouse.php Bleak House] – complete book in HTML one page for each chapter.
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  • *{{gutenberg|no=1023|name=Bleak House}} *[http://www.19thnovels.com/bleakhouse.php Bleak House] – complete book in HTML one page for each chapter.
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  • ...r.jpg|thumb|right|350px|Wrapper from the serialized publication of ''Bleak House'' with illustrations by [[Hablot Knight Browne|Phiz]], 1853.]] '''''Bleak House''''' is the ninth [[novel]] by [[Charles Dickens]], published in 20 monthl
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  • ...y. In 1856, his popularity allowed him to buy Gad's Hill Place. This large house in [[Higham, Kent]], was very special to the author as he had walked past ...oking after their ten children and the pressure of living with and keeping house for a world-famous novelist certainly did not help. Catherine's sister Geo
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  • {{r|Bleak House}}
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  • {{r|Bleak House}}
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  • ...s a model for the character of [[Inspector Bucket]] in his novel ''[[Bleak House]]''.
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  • * ''[[Bleak House]]'' (1852–1853) ** ''The Haunted House'' (1859)
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  • ## ''[[Thieves' House]]'' ## ''[[The Bleak Shore]]''
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  • ...t.<ref>"There is no question that people much prefer Vanity Fair and Bleak House. why so? Poetry should deal more . . . with the actual, palpable things ...g to teach his countrymen how to use their minds".<ref>Carter, J (ed). A E Housman: Selected Prose. Cambridge University Press. 1961</ref>
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  • |title = Why southern Yemen is pushing for secession: With bleak housing blocks and rusty wrecks for taxis, south Yemen residents pushing for sec
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  • ...s of a Presidentially-appointed Shura Council of 111 seats and an elected House of Representatives of 301 seats. This fickle policy stems, in his eyes, from certain interests of the House of
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  • ...in France and Germany of the 1920s and '30s, it is an almost unrelievedly bleak depiction of the rise of the [[Nazis]] and the [[Third Reich]] as seen thro ...ack.jpg|left|150px|The cover of the 1964 first edition published by Random House}}
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  • ** ''[[The Bleak Shore]]'' (''[[Unknown Fantasy Fiction]]'', November 1940) ** ''[[Thieves' House]]'' (''[[Unknown Worlds]]'', February 1943)
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  • ...library research, Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser are off to a strange treasure house in a forest clearing, in which they have heard are some exotic and probabl ...to the peasants' hut where they stay the night, learning that the treasure house is a place to be shunned, as it offers as yet undefined dangers.
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  • ...hina]], and as a result was attacked as communist fellow-travellers in the House of Representatives by the backbench red-baiter [[William Wentworth (Austra ...gclark.org.au/papers/clark-on-waten.html Andrew Clark at the Manning Clark House website]</ref>
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  • W. G. Grace was born in Downend on 18 July 1848 at his parents' home, Downend House, and was baptised at the local church on 8 August. He was called Gilbert i ...1850, when WG was two and Fred was expected, the family moved to a nearby house called "The Chesnuts" which had a sizeable orchard and Henry Grace organis
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  • ...d down-to-earth and he enjoyed a happy childhood. “The atmosphere in our house was very free and liberal,” an aunt recalled. “It was always full of p ...of the concert hall. Early in 1926 the panel of the State Music Publishing House accepted his First Symphony, ''Two Pieces'' for string octet, op. 11, and
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  • ...[Washington, D.C.|Washington]] that resulted in the burning of the [[White House]] and other public buildings, known as the "[[Burning of Washington]]". In ...s in the fall of 1811. Led by young [[Henry Clay]], the new speaker of the House, they immediately demanded war on Great Britain. In the congressional deba
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  • ...f the Erme and although very wet, it is not really a pool. Both areas are bleak. ...nd when writing of the Great Grimpen Mire. [[Agatha Christie]], who had a house near Dartmouth, set her novel ''The Sittaford Mystery'' (1931) on Dartmoor
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  • ...veruse of antibiotics, and other factors made the outlook a good deal more bleak. According to the 1999 NIE, <ref name=NIE99-17PattID>{{citation ...e childhood diseases such as polio, neonatal tetanus, and measles, a White House-appointed interagency working group identified at least 29 previously unkn
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