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bojana posts on 1/17/2008 2:47:17 PM does anyone have something about the characters in this book? I need it for my exam! please,anything!
damian gevaux posts on 9/1/2005 2:15:55 PM DOES ANYONE HAVE A COPY OF DVD OR VHS CIDER WITH ROSIE? IT WAS ON ITV3 THE OTHER WEEK BUT UNFORTUNATELY I MISSED IT.I AM A WEST COUNTRY PERSON MYSELF.IT WOULD BE NICE TO WATCH SOMTHING THAT WAS FILMED IN MY HOME TOWN.
Greta Van Zyl posts on 5/3/2005 11:08:02 PM I am doing a uni assignment and have to compare and contrast the techniques of Pagnol and lee use to envoke their childhoods for the reader nay help or disscussion on this would be appreciated



graeme holmes posts on 3/22/2005 3:20:58 AM Hi Bettina, could you please tell me what book you are talking about, as i am looking for the origin of the quote i have posted on this site. Any help would be much appreciated as i have asked for help from just about everywhere, with no luck.
Bettina D. posts on 3/21/2005 12:55:24 PM Hi! I read the book some months ago and I really enjoyed it! It was very interesting to read about how life was before the second world war. It is fascinating how the author is trying to indicate the feelings of the people living at that time. Laurie Lee especially describes the way children felt and grew up during that time very well. But could you send me a review of the plot of this book, because we do need it for school? Thanks!
mike posts a bold assertion on 3/8/2005 12:48:17 PM such cynical relativism makes me realise why I distrusted the general ethos and aesthetic of 'Cider With Rosie' even tho I did not understand what I mistrusted so much at the time mik
Graeme Holmes posts on 3/5/2005 1:50:42 AM ‘Recalling it differently, as we were bound to, what was it, in fact, we saw? Which one among us has the truth of it now? And which one shall be the judge? The truth is, of course, that there is no pure truth, only the moody account of witness' any help would be much appreciated. Kind regards, Graeme Holmes
lynne peacock posts on 1/15/2005 5:02:30 AM i read this book a long time ago but thoroughly anjoyed it. it takes place before the second world war so describes a landscape and lifestyle that probably doesn't exist anymore in spain.


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