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Issue 30

Dewey and Sweet, Dick Whittington, Fowler and Brewer, Harmony of Contrasts, How to Write a Soapie, Leonardo da Vinci, Music Dabblers Puzzle, Poetry Portal, William and Francis Buckland all get Emily Bronto's applause

In this issue Bikwil features Dewey and Sweet, Dick Whittington, Fowler and Brewer, Harmony of Contrasts, How to Write a Soapie, Leonardo da Vinci, Music Dabblers Puzzle, Poetry Portal, William and Francis Buckland

 

 

Contents of Issue 30 (March 2002)
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Off the Beam? — Tony Rogers
From stifled yawn to worldwide favourite, but . . .
How to Write a Soapie — Jennifer Stewart
"Despite the advances made in telecommunications, and the various devices used by characters in every episode — mobile phones, telephones, hands-free phones, lap-top computers etc — it's imperative that every vital phone call goes unanswered. "
It’s easy, provided you follow the conventions and include several of its key elements. So advises our newest contributor.
Another Apology from the Front Porch — Fizzgig
Remember the Bucklands? Credit belongs where credit’s due.
Web Line — Tony Rogers
A Word in Your Pink Shell-like — Harlish Goop
Here is the solution to our Music Dabblers puzzle
Arts and Sciences — Tony Rogers
"Although he was an inveterate procrastinator, he managed to get enough things done to be remembered — among numerous other roles — as an anatomist, an architect, an astronomer, a botanist, a geologist, a musician, a painter, a philosopher and a sculptor."
His reputation remains undimmed
Dr. Strangelove and Friends, Part 3 — Tony Rogers
"Dewey’s reformist zeal did not stop with librarianship. He also saw himself in the vanguard of a revolution in education."
Our current Stepping Stones essay concludes
Harmony of Contrasts — Bet Briggs
"A joyful polyphony of arts."
Mistaken Identity — Harlish Goop
H.G. shamefacedly tries to find a hidden reference
Quintessential Quirky Quotes
Comic and Classic, from Everywhere and Everywhen
From the Back Verandah — Fizzgig
The richest merchant of his day was a generous benefactor in his lifetime and left a munificent will

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