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The moonstone and The woman in white. With a foreword by Alexander Woollcott. by Wilkie Collins

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Published by Modern Library in New York .
Written in English


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Other titlesThe woman in white
SeriesA Modern library giant, G33
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 843 p. ;
Number of Pages843
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19050117M

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The Moonstone was the only object that interested him in the smallest degree. The fame of it seemed to have reached him, in some of those perilous Indian places where his wanderings had lain. After looking at it silently for so long a time that Miss Rachel began to get confused, he said to her in his cool immovable way, “If you ever go to. Jan 27,  · The Moonstone is often said to be the godfather of the classic English detective story, its founding text. TS Eliot, claiming that the genre was "invented by Collins and not by Poe", declared it. Regulatory Examination bodies such as Moonstone operate in terms of a mandate from the FSCA. In a sense, we represent the Regulator, which means that we are bound by exactly the rules and regulations they need to comply with to be seen to be % unbiased and impartial. The Moonstone crystal meaning is associated with the inner goddess, a symbol of fertility and sensuality. The life-giving feminine figure is an empowering visualization that gives us the gift of increased intuition, the perfect prescription for cleansing the mind of negative emotions holding you back.

Jul 15,  · Moonstone is the first book in the Unbidden Magic Series. After reading it, I'd say it's mostly appropriate for young teens. However, I immensely enjoyed it myself & I plan to read the series to my kids after I aquire the rest of the books - as long as they are as clean as the first/5. ''The Moonstone'' by Wilkie Collins is an early example of the English detective novel. It both conforms to and differs from mid-Victorian formulations of the genre and regards issues such as. The Moonstone opens with a written account of the large, yellow, Moonstone diamond, sacred to Hindus as the centerpiece in their idol of the god of the Moon. It has been commanded that three Brahmin priests must always guard the stone. John Herncastle, while fighting for the British Army in India in , killed the three Brahmins who were then guarding the diamond and took it back to England Cited by: Apr 20,  · Synopsis The Moonstone, a priceless Indian diamond which had been brought to England as spoils of war, is given to Rachel Verrinder on her eighteenth birthday. That very night, the stone is stolen. Suspicion then falls on a hunchbacked housemaid, on Rachel's cousin Franklin Blake, on /5(53).