Anne Elizabeth Watkins (née Curtis)
B.A.(Hons.), M.A., M.C.L.P.
born in 1945 and educated at University College of Wales,
|Abstract:||The Colloquy is a question and answer dialogue devised by a tenth century monk called Aelfric. It was written as an aid to teach Latin to monastic boy pupils. The Colloquy gives a vivid portrait of country life in saxon and medieval times and shows the harshness of the feudal system. It also gives a snapshot of monastic life, which was also harsh. The way of life portrayed therein can be true of Kent or of any English county at that time.|
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|Title||The Campaign to save the London Trams 1946-1952|
2nd June 2011
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