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By George Orwell

Without source of revenue of her personal, Dorothy Hare retains condominium for her quite unpleasant father, the Rector of Knype Hill, in East Anglia. Dorothy's tedious lifestyles is grew to become the wrong way up while she suffers an assault of amnesia and reveals herself at the streets of London with out reminiscence of who she is or how she acquired there. improving her reminiscence yet without skill to come back domestic, Dorothy unearths paintings first as a picker within the hop fields after which as a schoolmistress for the grasping Mrs. Creevy ahead of returning domestic to take care of her father.

First released in 1935, A Clergyman's Daughter was once George Orwell's moment and such a lot experimental novel. unhappy with it, Orwell however released the paintings for the cash, yet left directions that once his demise it was once to not be reprinted.

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He and his wife were hosts to the goddess DEMETER when she wandered the Earth in search of her daughter PERSEPHONE. Celeus is described as the first priest and his daughters as the first priestesses of Demeter at Eleusis. CEPHEUS CENTAURS In Greek mythology, these were creatures half human and half horse, sons of CENTAURUS. IXION, a LAPITH of THESSALY, loved the goddess HERA, wife of ZEUS, who became jealous. Zeus fashioned a likeness of Hera out of a cloud and called her NEPHELE. Ixion, convinced that the beautiful cloudwoman was Hera, mated with her.

Comus loved wine, dance, and song. CONCORDIA The Roman goddess who personified concord, or harmony, particularly between citizens and the state or government. C. at the foot of the Capitoline Hill, and represented an agreement between the commoners and the members of the ruling families. The Roman Senate often met in Concordia’s temple. She is pictured on coins, which were usually minted after a rebellion or civil war, as a matron, sitting, wearing a long cloak, and holding a saucer, cornucopia, or olive branch.

At the entrance to the DARDANELLES, the sea passage that led from the Mediterranean to the Black Sea, stood the city of TROY. ASTERION (ASTERIUS; Starry) In Greek mythology, king of CRETE who married EUROPA and adopted her three sons: MINOS, RHADAMANTHUS, and SARPEDON. ASTRAEUS (Starry) According to Greek mythology, a TITAN god and father of the WINDs and the stars. His wife was EOS, goddess of the dawn. Astraeus was the son of the Titans Crius and Eurybia. Another, less famous Astraeus was a son of the sea god POSEIDON.

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