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Albion
is actually one of the ancient legendary names of the nation of Britain
- hence the old-fashioned (and fairly inaccurate) map in the background
- and the cover of the book portrayed on the left, by John Matthews, illustrated by Pavel Tatarnik. 
It's where I'd live if I could, so it's also where I'll-be-on (get it?) the web.
THE LATEST NEWS IN ALBION:










Here's a website made by two students about Canada's place in the United Nations:
WHY CANADA SHOULD LEAVE THE UNITED NATIONS.
E-mail me if you think the illustration is too controversial.

Check out the Immanuel Christian School Student blog.
 
For great library items, many with colour cover illustrations,
check out this site's library page, especially the latest church history series The Christians.
Stuff both useful and fun, including Bible verses, sports news, and games:
a website both helpful and entertaining.
 
Listed on the left are my (and your?) courses for this semester.
 
If you want to contact me about this blog or my bookmarks at delicious.com/literatureman,
or try reallygoodreads.com to find some... - what else? - really good reads in Albion (or anywhere else!).
 
Try also http://www.shakespearecomics.com/index.php for a look at what the page's name implies,
and this link to the Winnipeg Public Libary's e-books, ipod book downloads, and other electronic resources.
 
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Jeff Dykstra,
Feb 13, 2014, 6:28 PM