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King Charles was such a gentleman
Posted by: diane (---.mudgee.hwy.com.au)
Date: April 11, 2004 08:06PM

It finishes with: -

Charles lost both hat and head one winter's day together


Re: King Charles was such a gentleman
Posted by: marian2 (---.in-addr.btopenworld.com)
Date: April 12, 2004 07:49AM

Charles I by Eleanor and Herbert Farjeon from the book 'The Kings and Queens of England' , a book first published in the mid 20th Century and which was reprinted by Jane Nissen Books quite recently - ISBN 1-903252-12-1. It is in copyright so I can't type it for you, but you can easily get a library copy. It's a lovely read as it has poems for all the English kings and queens.


Re: King Charles was such a gentleman
Posted by: amanda (194.205.97.---)
Date: November 26, 2004 11:21AM

Hi i am doing an A level mock peice for my dance course, the kings and queens of england is a question which we must base a dance on.
i would like to know if anyone could tell me the influences of the poem, and/or why they wrote it.
Can you please let me know if you have any ideas about how many people are involed and what the mood of the poem is written in, so my perception of it matches what it is meant to show.

thank you
amanda x




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