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'A Christmas Carol' by Charles Dickens

' A Christmas Carol' by Charles Dickens. Caption reads: Turkey is delivered on Christmas Day from Mr Scrooge. Originally published 1843. CD:: English novelist, 7 February 1812 9 June 1870. Illustration by Harold Copping. 1863-1932

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Author Judith Cook, Fowey, Cornwall. October 1993

Local author, Judith Cook, launches her new book 'To Brave Every Danger' at the Fowey Hotel. The book is an account of eighteenth century highway woman and convicted felon, Mary Bryant (born in Fowey in 1765), who was transported to Botany Bay, Australia, and escaped with her convict husband, children and other convicts in an open boat. They rowed for 66 days and arrived in Dutch West Timor. They were sent back to England in 1792, where they stood trial. Mary was pardoned having served the full sentence, went back to Cornwall and died after 1794. Judith Cook was a prolific author whose previous work included books on Shakespeare and the adaptation of two Daphne du Maurier books for the stage. Judith was born in 1933 and died in 2004. Photographer: Jonathan Barker

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Nine Muses

The Nine Muses of Greek mythology, who preside over the arts and sciences. They are Calliope (epic poetry), Euterpe (music), Clio (history), Erato (lyrics/love poetry), Melpomene (tragedy), Polyhymnia (sacred poetry), Terpsichore (dancing), Thalia (comedy) and Urania (astronomy, hence her position at the top, surrounded by stars). One of them holds a caduceus, a staff entwined with snakes. Engraved by T. S. Engleheart in 1825 after a painting by Thomas Stothard. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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