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  1. Springhaven. A tale of the great war by R D. 1825-1900 Blackmore, 2010-08-08
  2. Mary Anerley, a Yorkshire tale by R D. 1825-1900 Blackmore, 2010-08-19
  3. Christowell, a Dartmoor tale by R D. 1825-1900 Blackmore, 2010-08-18
  4. Fringilla: some tales in verse by R D. 1825-1900 Blackmore, 2010-09-04
  5. Dariel, a romance of Surrey, with drawings by Chris Hammond by R D. 1825-1900 Blackmore, 2010-08-28
  6. Cradock Nowell, a tale of the New Forest by R D. 1825-1900 Blackmore, 2010-08-29
  7. Slain by the Doones: and other stories by R D. 1825-1900 Blackmore, 2010-09-13
  8. Fringilla, or, Tales in verse by R D. 1825-1900 Blackmore, Will Bradley, 2010-08-16
  9. The maid of Sker. New ed., with a frontispiece by R D. 1825-1900 Blackmore, 2010-08-19
  10. Alice Lorraine, a tale of the South Downs by R D. 1825-1900 Blackmore, 2010-08-18
  11. The maid of Sker by R D. 1825-1900 Blackmore, 2010-09-04
  12. Lorna Doone; a romance of Exmoor; by R D. 1825-1900 Blackmore, 2010-09-04
  13. The remarkable history of Sir Thomas Upmore, bart., M.P., formerly known as "Tommy Upmore" by R D. 1825-1900 Blackmore, 2010-08-31
  14. The remarkable history of Sir Thomas Upmore, bart., M.P., formerly known as "Tommy Upmore" by R D. 1825-1900 Blackmore, 2010-09-04

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A Great Soul in Conflict (Book) Simon Augustine Blackmore ISBN9781152171770 Publisher Chiciago, New York, Scott, Foresman and company Publication date 1914 Subjects
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2. R.D. Blackmore - Biography And Works
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R.D. Blackmore (1825–1900), English novelist and fruit grower wrote Lorna Doone With his elder brother Henry (1824–1875), Blackmore spent much of his childhood in the lush and pastoral "Doone Country" of Exmoor, Devon, and along the Badgworthy Water (where there is now a memorial stone in Blackmore's honour) and among the future fictional Doone Valley's towering hills. The severe and remote rocky areas of Devon provided protection for many fugitives at the time where justice was swift and penalties harsh. Blackmore would hear of many tales of highway robbery and murder among illiterate half-wild men living on the edge of survival. Richard Doddridge Blackmore was born 7 June 1825 at the vicarage in Longworth, Berkshire County, son of the Reverend John Blackmore (1794–1858). His mother, Anne Basset Knight (1794–1825) died of typhus when Richard was a mere three months old and so he was raised by his aunt Mary Francis Knight. They lived on the rugged and remote North Shore of the Bristol Channel near Glamorgan though young Richard travelled south often to visit his father and paternal grandfather in Devon. By 1832 he was living with his father again after he had married his second wife, Charlotte Ann Platt in 1831.

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Blackmore, R(ichard) D(oddridge) (1825–1900) English novelist. His romance Lorna Doone (1869), set on Exmoor, southwest England, in the late 17th century, won him lasting popularity, R D

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References. Blackmore, R. D. Lorna Doone. 2 vols. New York and Boston Thomas V. Crowell, 1893.
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    7. Richard Blackmore - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For the rugby league footballer, see Richie Blackmore (rugby league) . For the guitarist, see Ritchie Blackmore . For the novelist, see Richard Doddridge Blackmore This article needs additional citations for verification
    Please help improve this article by adding reliable references . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (November 2007) Sir Richard Blackmore (22 January 1654 – 9 October 1729), English poet and physician , is remembered primarily as the object of satire and as an example of a dull poet. He was, however, a respected physician and religious writer. Engraving of Blackmore from Samuel Johnson 's Lives of the English Poets. He was born at Corsham, in Wiltshire , the son of a wealthy attorney . He was educated at Westminster School very briefly, and he entered St Edmund Hall, Oxford in 1669. He received his Bachelor of Arts in 1674 and his MA in 1676. He was a tutor at the college for a time, but in 1682 he received his inheritance from his father. He used the money to travel. He went to France Geneva , and various places in Italy . He stayed for a while in Padua and graduated in medicine at Padua . Blackmore returned to England via Germany and Holland , and then he set up as a physician. In 1685 he married Mary Adams, whose family connections aiding him in winning a place in the

    8. Blackmore, R. D.
    Richard Doddridge Blackmore (June 7, 1825 January 20, 1900), referred to most commonly as R. D. Blackmore, was one of the most famous English novelists of his generation.
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    was one of the most famous English novelists of his generation. Born: June 7, 1825
    Longworth, Berkshire (now Oxfordshire), England Died: January 20, 1900
    Teddington, Middlesex, England Occupation(s): novelist , horticulturist Literary movement: Romantic Magnum opus: Lorna Doone Influences: Jane Austen , Sir Walter Scott Influenced: Thomas Hardy Robert Louis Stevenson F. Scott Fitzgerald Richard Doddridge Blackmore (June 7, 1825 - January 20, 1900), referred to most commonly as R. D. Blackmore, was one of the most famous English novelists of his generation. Over the course of his career, Blackmore achieved a close following around the world. He won literary merit and acclaim for his vivid descriptions and personification of the countryside, sharing with Thomas Hardy a Western England background and a strong sense of regional setting in his works. Noted for his eye for, and sympathy with, nature, critics of the time described this as one of the most striking features of his writings. Blackmore, a popular novelist of the second half of the nineteenth century, acted as pioneer of the new

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    13. Essay Upon Wit By Sir Richard Blackmore - Project Gutenberg
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    Author Blackmore, Richard, Sir, 1654?-1729 Author of introduction, etc. Boys, Richard Charles, 1912-None Commentator Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719 LoC No. Title Essay upon Wit Imprint Los Angeles : The Augustan Reprint Society, 1946 Series Title Augustan Reprint Society, publication number 01 Note Date of origin 1716
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    Home Who am I? Curriculum Vitae Media ... Memes website for UK Memes Central In the media An interview on religion and spirituality and lots of photos in The Third Way, Christian magazine. I don't want to fight Christians even if they do! Drugs talk at The Opium Den , August 2010 Read my Guardian blog Commentisfree New York Times and On the Human
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    (for more on this topic see Temes Morality and meaning without God. Listen again to BBC Radio 4 " Beyond Belief " broadcast 16 August 2010, or download the podcast Wired for God? I (the atheist) debate the origin of spiritual experiences with Charles Foster (the Christian) on Premier Christian Radio 's " Unbelievable " . Listen. Anorexia ...
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    17. Neil Blackmore - Der Himmel über Damaskus / Split My Heart - LESELUST-Rezension
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    Originaltitel: Split My Heart
    Roman. Aufbau Taschenbuch Verlag 2000
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    Der Krieg ist vorbei, endlich. Und damit auch die erzwungene Trennung zwischen Marina und Paul; vor einigen Jahren hatten sie gegen den Wunsch ihrer Eltern geheiratet - Paul, der Lehrersohn war für die Tochter aus reichem Haus nicht standesgemäß. All dem zum Trotz hatte sie aber darauf beharrt - sie war verrückt nach dem gutaussehenden, charmanten, geistreichen Mann, der ihr immer wieder sagte, wie schön sie sei, der - anders als die meisten Ehemänner - Wert auf ihre Meinung legte.
    Nun hatte er eine Stellung im Auswärtigen Amt in Damaskus angenommen; Marina war nach 3 Jahren der Trennung wieder bei ihm. Diese Stadt - flirrend, uralt, wunderschön, fremd und gefährlich ist fest in britischer Hand; die Franzosen hatten kurz zuvor noch ein Blutbad angerichtet, die Syrer wollen die Unabhängigkeit.
    Marina wird von den anderen Ehefrauen um ihren Mann beneidet; so gutaussehend ist kein anderer, und keiner so aufmerksam zu seiner Frau. Doch jedes dieser Komplimente gibt ihr dennoch einen Stich; die Fassade kennt auch sie, aber sie weiß auch das, was die Meinung der Gesellschaft sehr schnell ändern würde: ihr Mann betrügt sie.
    Nun ja, betrogene Ehefrauen sind weder heute eine Seltenheit, noch waren sie es damals - aber Paul bevorzugt Männer. Und Marina weiß davon. Er hat ihr nicht nur einmal geschworen, versprochen, es nie wieder zu tun. Sich nie wieder auf einen anderen Mann einzulassen. Nie wieder.

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    20. Neil Blackmore - Soho Blues / - LESELUST-Rezension
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    Eines Tages steht sie in der Tür des Hudson Cafes in London: Betty. Harry, der Besitzer, ist verzaubert - er gibt ihr Arbeit, einen Platz zum Schlafen. Und er lauscht genauso verzückt wie die immer mehr werdenden Kunden ihren Geschichten vom New York der Nachkriegsjahre, die sie hier in London nun zum Besten gibt.
    Betty - das ist Lebenslust pur. Sie animiert Harry und Alfie, den schwarzen Kellner des Lokals, mit ihr tanzen zu gehen, mit ihr die Jazzlokale zu genießen.
    Und sie schläft mit Alfie, das merkt Harry, den dieser Umstand sehr verletzt. Trotzdem - oder gerade deswegen? - gibt er nicht auf, sondern umwirbt Betty, die um einiges älter ist als er selbst, so lange, bis sie einwilligt, seine Frau zu werden.
    Doch Alfie bleibt erstmal noch im Cafe - und Harry bleibt eifersüchtig. Als Betty schwanger wird, entscheidet sich ihre gemeinsame Zukunft...
    Musik, Bewegung, Tanz - das ist das Motto dieses Romans. Und ganz nebenbei erfährt man die Lebensgeschichte von Betty, die schon einmal verheiratet war, schon zwei Kinder hatte - lauter Dinge, die sie ihrem Mann nicht erzählt. Denn sie hatten sich versprochen, sich so zu lassen, wie sie wären.
    Das gelingt ihnen auch beinahe - zumindest sehr spät im Leben merken sie, wie sehr sie miteinander können. Oder auch nicht.

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