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She became Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire in , in recognition of her services to literature.
Spark received eight honorary doctorates in her lifetime. Spark grew up in Edinburgh and worked as a department store secretary, writer for trade magazines, and literary editor before publishing her first novel, The Comforters, in The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, published in , and considered her masterpiece, was made into a stage play, a TV series, and a film.
The Comforters The Driver's Seat The Finishing School The Girls of Slender Means The Hothouse by the East River The Mandelbaum Gate The Only Problem The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie Aiding and Abetting Loitering with Intent Memento Mori Reality and Dreams Robinson Symposium The Abbess of Crewe The Bachelors The Ballad of Peckham Rye Brian Raftery - Best.
Scary Tales To Tell In The Dark
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Candice Carty-Williams. Baffled in his attempts to remedy my ailments, Dr. R—— at last resorted to the usual plan adopted by all physicians when their medicines have no power. He recommended change of air and scene, and urged my leaving London, then dark with the fogs of a dreary winter, for the gaiety and sunshine and roses of the Riviera. The idea was not unpleasant to me, and I determined to take the advice proffered.
Hearing of my intention, some American friends of mine, Colonel Everard and his charming young wife, decided to accompany me, sharing with me the expenses of the journey and hotel accommodation. We left London all together on a damp foggy evening, when the cold was so intense that it seemed to bite the flesh like the sharp teeth of an animal, and after two days' rapid journey, during which I felt my spirits gradually rising, and my gloomy forebodings vanishing slowly one by one, we arrived at Cannes, and put up at the Hotel de L——.
It was a lovely place, and most beautifully situated; the garden was a perfect wilderness of roses in full bloom, and an avenue of orange-trees beginning to flower cast a delicate fragrance on the warm delicious air.
Everard was delighted. What sunshine!
What a balmy wind! It is enough to make a cripple cast away his crutches and forget he was ever lame. Don't you think so?
Beautiful as the scenery, the air, and the general surroundings were, I could not disguise from myself that the temporary exhilaration of my feelings, caused by the novelty and excitement of my journey to Cannes, was slowly but surely passing away.
The terrible apathy, against which I had fought for so many months, was again creeping over me with its cruel and resistless force. I did my best to struggle against it; I walked, I rode, I laughed and chatted with Mrs.
Everard and her husband, and forced myself into sociability with some of the visitors at the hotel, who were disposed to show us friendly attention. I summoned all my stock of will-power to beat back the insidious physical and mental misery that threatened to sap the very spring of my life; and in some of these efforts I partially succeeded.
By Alvin Schwartz, Illustrated by Victor Rivas
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