Little Plays of St. Francis, The

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Graham, R.B.
Related place
England
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Miss Marriage. E.E. Unwin &amp; Alfred Rawlings gave a part-reading of ""The Queen God Bless Her"" which brought into prominence the foibles of Victoria and showed her in relation to two intimates, John Brown her favourite man-servant &amp; Beaconsfield - her favourite minister.
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Material by kind permission of the XII Book Club. For further information and permission to quote this source, contact the Reading Experience Database (http://www.open.ac.uk/Arts/reading/contacts.php).

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Related place
England
Related people
Graham, R.B.
Related place
England
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Mrr &amp; Mrs Evans dealt with The Sheepfold which relates the spirited history of a woman, "Jane Sterling".
R.B. Graham chose out of all the St Francis cycle the coming of Sister Clair into the monkish community.
Miss Marriage. E.E. Unwin &amp; Alfred Rawlings gave a part-reading of ""The Queen God Bless Her"" which brought into prominence the foibles of Victoria and showed her in relation to two intimates, John Brown her favourite man-servant &amp; Beaconsfield - her favourite minister.
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