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“Jean-Paul Sartre, born 100 years ago on 21 June 1905, was the most striking presence in French postwar literature, and the originating cause of the left-bank culture of the Sixties. His prodigious literary gifts found expression in seminal works of philosophy, in novels, plays, stories, criticism, in a highly influential literary journal (Les Temps modernes) […]

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Date June 24, 2005
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On June15 Miss Ruth Kelly, the British Secretary of State of Education, said that by 2010 state schools would open for breakfast at 8 a.m. and let children stay until 6 p.m. This is the editorial in the Spectator concerning this scheme. “When Ruth Kelly became Education Secretary last December, one of her female colleagues, […]

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Date June 21, 2005
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