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Commentary (books not included). Pages: 26. Chapters: King
Ottokar's Sceptre, In the Teeth of the Evidence, Madeline, Freedom
and Culture, The Seven Lady Godivas, 1939 in literature, Value and
Capital, The Happy Highwayman, Union Now, Anthology of Black Humor,
The Twenty Years' Crisis, The Big Book, Mister Johnson, The Radium
Woman, The Queen's Book of the Red Cross, The Wall, The Outsider
and Others, Men of Music, A Warning to the Hindus, Winter of
Artifice, Moses and Monotheism, Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel,
The Roman Revolution, Grundlagen der Mathematik, The Races of
Europe, Pale Horse, Pale Rider, Between Pacific Tides, Little Toot,
The Biology of the Cell Surface, Wind, Sand and Stars, Eight
Lectures on Yoga, Robbery Under Law, The King's Stilts, Essays in
Musical Analysis, The Lawless Roads, Daniel Boone, Abraham Lincoln,
Journey to a War, Bahar-e-Shariat, William and Air Raid
Precautions, Tryst, The Ghosts of London, Plotting, Sketch for a
Theory of the Emotions, Travels of a Republican Radical in Search
of Hot Water, Some Like Them Short. Excerpt: Madeline is a
children's book series written by Ludwig Bemelmans, an
Austrian-born American author. The books have been adapted into
numerous formats, spawning telefilms, television series and a live
action feature film. The adaptations are famous for having the
closing line, first uttered by actress Ethel Barrymore in a play:
"That's all there is; there isn't any more." The first book in the
series, Madeline, was published in 1939. It proved to be a success,
and Bemelmans wrote many sequels to the original during the 1940s
and 1950s. The series continues to this day, written by Bemelmans'
grandson John Bemelmans-Marciano. The books all start with the line
"In an old house in Paris that was covered in vines, lived twelve
little girls in two straight lines ...." The story is writ...
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