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85 pages ; 21 cm. In her third collection, Kathleen McPhilemy continues her personal and political exploration of the idea of "home.
Kathleen McPhilemy was born in Belfast and now lives with her family in Oxford. She works in further education and is married with four children
Kathleen McPhilemy was born in Belfast and now lives with her family in Oxford. She works in further education and is married with four children. It is a moving example of the capacity of poetry to cast light on shadowy places.
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Kathleen Clifford (February 16, 1887 – December 28, 1962) was an American vaudeville and Broadway stage and film actress of the early twentieth century. She was known for her skills as a male impersonator. Born in Charlottesville, Virginia, Clifford was educated in Dresden and in Brighton, England. Clifford initially built her acting on the vaudeville stages as a comedian. Clifford was renowned for her impersonations of men and was often humorously billed as "The Smartest Chap in Town".
The lion angrily asked the rabbit, Why are you late? I was hiding from another lion in the forest. The rabbit led the lion to an old well in the middle of the forest. The well was very deep with water at the bottom. That lion said he was the king, so I was afraid. The lion told the rabbit, I am the only king here! Take me to that other lion, and I will kill hi. The rabbit replied, I will be happy to show you where he lives. The rabbit told the lion, Look in there. The lion lives at the bottom. When the lion looked in the well, he could see his own face in-the water.
But if we consider wilderness as forest, then lions can be called the king of forest
But if we consider wilderness as forest, then lions can be called the king of forest. Lion is known to be the King of Beasts or King of Forest across most cultures of the world.