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  1. #11
    Picture Books
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    Re: Scream

    This is the trouble with pulling a sentence out of context...he is a bit of a loony, so that has to show through! Thank's everyone...I'm almost there!



  2. #12
    Jane
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    Re: Scream

    P B
    You brought up an excellent question about using the prepositions with or about. I think the answers will help many of us.

    Does anyone remember the the book where the ship's captain rolls two lead balls in his hand from the beginning and clear through the story, but the author doesn't let us know until the book's ent that the balls are a symbol signifying the captian's insanity?

    Jane

  3. #13
    Lawrence
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    Re: Scream

    Isn't that Mutiny on the Bounty?

  4. #14
    murg
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    Re: Scream

    The Cain Mutiny.

  5. #15
    Lawrence
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    Re: Scream

    You're right, The Caine Mutiny - knew it was one of those high seas adventures.

    Lawrence

  6. #16
    M T
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    Humphrey Bogart

    Humphrey Bogart was the crazy man.

  7. #17
    Glen T. Brock
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    Re: Humphrey Bogart



    THE CAINE MUTINEY was written by Herman Wouk in 1951, won the pulitzer prize in 1952, was filmed in 1954 (starring Humphrey Bogart as Captain Quegg, the nuerotic captain who suffers a mental collapse), and subsequently, THE CAINE COURTMARTIAL in 1955. Not only was this one of the best courtroom dramas of the 50s it was the epitome of Navy tradition and justice.

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