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the book was a fine historical novel about Edward 3,, and I did a week of research to get the details just right: the fifteenth-century armor, furnishings, clothes.
In chapter four of the second Inspector Hanaud novel, The House of the Arrow ( 1924 ), Hanaud declares sanctimoniously to the heroine, " You are wise, Mademoiselle … For, after all, I am Hanaud.
Alexander I has been depicted in a fantasy novel.
The novel concludes that Alexander was indeed murdered " by a fanatical servant " of Edward I of England.
The novel describes the events of the reigns of Manuel I, Alexios II and Andronikos I through the eyes of Agnes.
The novel describes the events of the reigns of Manuel I, Alexios II and Andronikos I through the eyes of Agnes.
All Quiet on the Western Front () is a novel by Erich Maria Remarque, a German veteran of World War I.
Chaplin is also one of the central characters in Glen David Gold's novel Sunnyside, which is set in the World War I period.
* Robert Graves, author of I, Claudius, also wrote Count Belisarius, a historical novel about Belisarius.
Graves set much of the novel in the Constantinople of Justinian I.
In 2009, Panettiere starred again as a cheerleader, this time as Beth Cooper in the film adaptation of the novel I Love You, Beth Cooper.
Even if they do not mean to, advertisers, reviewers, scholars and aficionados sometimes give away details or parts of the plot, and sometimes — for example in the case of Mickey Spillane's novel I, the Jury — even the solution.
In chapter 10 of the first part of the novel, Don Quixote says he must take the magical helmet of Mambrino, an episode from Canto I of Orlando, and itself a reference to Matteo Maria Boiardo's Orlando innamorato.
Death of a Hero is a World War I novel by Richard Aldington.
Aldington, a veteran of World War I, claimed that his novel was accurate in terms of speech and style.
* Haki Stërmilli's novel If I Were a Boy ( 1936 ) is written in the form of diary entries which documents the life of the main protagonist.
In writing the short novel Fahrenheit 451 I thought I was describing a world that might evolve in four or five decades.
* Robert Graves ' novel I, Claudius is written as a recently-discovered autobiography penned by the late Emperor.
Robert Graves, in his historical novel I, Claudius, blames the death of Germanicus on Plancina, the wife of Piso, who engaged a witch named Martina to haunt Germanicus ' household.
* Galatea, an android in the 2007 novel Soon I Will Be Invincible by Austin Grossman
As to what became of her star-crossed lovers, Rhett and Scarlett, after the novel ended, Mitchell did not know, and said, " For all I know, Rhett may have found someone else who was less difficult.

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In literature, Claudius and his contemporaries appear in the historical novel The Roman by Mika Waltari.
* Caractacus briefly appears as a minor character in the Robert Graves novel, Claudius the God.
* Caratacus is a major character in Douglas Jackson's novel Claudius, pub.
Pliny does not name the prostitute ; however, the Restoration playwright Nathaniel Richards calls her Scylla in The Tragedy of Messalina, Empress of Rome, published in 1640, and Robert Graves in his novel Claudius the God also identified the prostitute as Scylla.
In 1937, also for Korda, he starred in an ill-fated film version of the classic novel, I, Claudius, by Robert Graves, which was abandoned during filming owing to the injuries suffered by co-star Merle Oberon in a car crash.
After I, Claudius, he and the ex-patriate German film producer Erich Pommer founded the production company Mayflower Pictures in the UK, which produced three films starring Laughton: Vessel of Wrath ( US Title The Beachcomber ) ( 1938 ), based on a story by W. Somerset Maugham, in which his wife Elsa Lanchester co-starred ; St. Martin's Lane ( US Title Sidewalks of London ), about London street entertainers, which featured Vivien Leigh and Rex Harrison ; and Jamaica Inn, with Maureen O ' Hara and Robert Newton, about Cornish smugglers, based on Daphne du Maurier's novel, and the last film Alfred Hitchcock directed in Britain before moving to Hollywood in the late 1930s.
* Herod Agrippa is a major figure in Robert Graves ' novel Claudius the God, as well as the BBC television adaptation I, Claudius, ( wherein he was portrayed by James Faulkner ).
Antonia is one of the main characters in the novel I, Claudius.
Pollio makes a cameo appearance in Robert Graves's novel I, Claudius, where he discusses the ethics of writing history with young Claudius and Titus Livy.
He played the mad Roman emperor Caligula in an uncompleted 1937 film version of Robert Graves's novel I, Claudius ( with Charles Laughton ); a kindly veterinarian who accidentally causes the death of a murderess ( played by Bette Davis ) in the 1952 suspense drama Another Man's Poison ; and the fool Wamba in the 1952 Ivanhoe ( with Robert Taylor and Elizabeth Taylor ).
* I, Claudius ( 1934 ), novel by Robert Graves, as well as the subsequent 1976 television adaptation, where he is played by Patrick Stewart.
I, Claudius ( 1934 ) is a novel by English writer Robert Graves, written in the form of an autobiography of the Roman Emperor Claudius.
Themes treated by the novel include the conflict between liberty ( as demonstrated by the Roman Republic, and the dedication to its ideals shown by Augustus and young Claudius ), and the stability of Empire and centralized rule ( as represented by Livia Drusilla, Herod Agrippa, and the older Claudius ).
Her long career has included many films and television programmes, but she is probably best known for starring as Livia in the popular BBC adaptation of Robert Graves's novel, I, Claudius ( BBC2, 1976 ), for which she won the 1977 BAFTA Television Award for Best Actress, and for many appearances on the original run of Call My Bluff.
The extramarital nature of romance is also clarified by John Updike in his novel Gertrude and Claudius, as well as by Hamlet.
He features under this name in the novel I, Claudius by Robert Graves, and in its BBC adaptation ( in which he was played by Kevin McNally ).
In his 740-page novel Lady Caligula, Braun goes against the grain by portraying Caligula as a brilliant character, instead of the deranged emperor described in Edward Gibbon's Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire and in I, Claudius.

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If we remove ourselves for a moment from our time and our infatuation with mental disease, isn't there something absurd about a hero in a novel who is defeated by his infantile neurosis??
A man in a novel who is defeated in his childhood and condemned by unconscious forces within him to tiredly repeat his earliest failure in love, only makes us a little weary of man ; ;
The tradition reached its apex, perhaps, in the works of Thomas Nelson Page toward the end of the century, and reappeared undiminished as late as 1934 in the best-selling novel So Red The Rose, by Stark Young.
In this novel arrangement the `` pill '' is much smaller and contains only a resonant circuit in which the capacitor is formed by a pressure-sensing transducer.
Dickens not only reveals character through gesture, he makes hands a crucial element of the plot, a means of clarifying the structure of the novel by helping to define the hero's relations with all the major characters, and a device for ordering such diverse themes as guilt, pursuit, crime, greed, education, materialism, enslavement ( by both people and institutions ), friendship, romantic love, forgiveness, and redemption.
Such associations suit well with the gothic or mystery-story aspects of Dickens' novel, but, on a deeper plane, they relate to the themes of sin, guilt, and pursuit that have recently been analyzed by other critics.
As a first step, Algerian literature was marked by works whose main concern was the assertion of the Algerian national entity, there is the publication of novels as the Algerian trilogy of Mohammed Dib, or even Nedjma of Kateb Yacine novel which is often regarded as a monumental and major work.
Among the most noted recent works, there is the writer, the swallows of Kabul and the attack of Yasmina Khadra, the oath of barbarians of Boualem Sansal, memory of the flesh of Ahlam Mosteghanemi and the last novel by Assia Djebar nowhere in my father's House.
* Aliens ( 1902 novel ), by Mary Tappan Wright
* Ada or Ardor: A Family Chronicle, 1969 novel by Vladimir Nabokov
The abbreviation " andy ", coined as a pejorative by writer Philip K. Dick in his novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep ?, has seen some further usage, such as within the TV series Total Recall 2070.
* Atlas Shrugged, a novel by Ayn Rand
* The Atlas ( novel ), by American author William T. Vollmann
Northern ( and British ) readers recoiled in anger at the horrors of slavery through the novel and play Uncle Tom ’ s Cabin ( 1852 ) by abolitionist Harriet Beecher Stowe.
A special introduction written by Milne is included in some editions of Grahame's novel.
' This novel features sorcerers who become destroyed by forbidden knowledge and takes place in the Warhammer 40, 000 setting, itself utilizing Lovecraftian themes.
The large amount of travel done by Christie and Mallowan has not only made for a great writing theme, as shown in her famous novel: The Murder on the Orient Express, but also tied into the idea of archaeology as an adventure that has become so important in today ’ s popular culture as described by Cornelius Holtorf in his book Archaeology is a Brand.
* 1928 Alibi ( dramatised by Michael Morton from the novel The Murder of Roger Ackroyd )
* 2005 And Then There Were None ( dramatised by Kevin Elyot from the novel And Then There Were None )
La Peste ) is a novel by Albert Camus, published in 1947, that tells the story of medical workers finding solidarity in their labour as the Algerian city of Oran is swept by a plague.
Oran and its environs were struck by disease multiple times before Camus published this novel.
According to a research report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Oran was decimated by the plague in 1556 and 1678, but outbreaks after European colonization, in 1921 ( 185 cases ), 1931 ( 76 cases ), and 1944 ( 95 cases ), were very far from the scale of the epidemic described in the novel.

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