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- The Coves Uses North Carolina Flora to Landscape Pisgah Lodge
Ruby Falls Eastern Redbud, Don Egolf Redbud, Bluebeard and Dwarf Fringe “Crimson Fire” are just some of the exotic varieties chosen to further beautify this breathtaking North Carolina mountain community. (PRWeb June 27, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/6/prweb10874936.htm
June 27, 2013 - PRWeb
- Johann Hari in www.worldbulletin.net
In the 'golden age of piracy' -- from 1650 to 1730 -- the idea of the pirate as the senseless, savage Bluebeard that lingers today was created by the British government in a great propaganda heave,Hari says.
- Sarah Waters in The Age
There is a lot of Bluebeard in Rebecca,novelist Sarah Waters tells Kellaway.
- David Starkey in Times Online
The Tudor historian Dr David Starkey said that Ms Lipscomb's book, 1536, represented "a bold and original attempt to unravel . . . how, when and why Henry VIII changes from a handsome Prince Charming into a fat and loathsome Bluebeard".