bncdoc.id CFY David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Cookson, Catherine bncdoc.date 1992 bncdoc.title My beloved son. bncdoc.info My beloved son. Sample containing about 38926 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availabilityWorldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals
For the first time a sensation pierced the numbness and it caused Joe 's body to jerk and send a message to his brain that created the desire to shout , ` Do n't call me that , because I 'm not a sir . I never was and never shall be ; you 've left the sir in the grave . ' ` Are you all right ? ' ` Yes , yes . ' The words were clipped . ` You said you 'd be leaving for Newcastle ? ' ` We 'd like to make it before dark . With no lighting , the roads can be rather treacherous , you understand , and the weather is seemingto worsen (d). ' ` Yes . ' There was a long pause before Joe said , ` I want to see you about … about business . ' ` Yes , yes , anytime . ' ` Tomorrow ? ' Mr Beecham 's eyebrows moved up slightly , and he said , ` Yes , if you wish , tomorrow . Say , eleven o'clock ? ' ` Very well . ' Joe 's reply was curt and Mr Beecham looked at this young man who , when he had last seen him just a few months ago , had appeared to him to be a schoolboy , immature for his age : but sitting before him now was a young man with no sign of immaturity on his countenance , for he seemed to have aged overnight , as it were .
bncdoc.id GYT David Lee's classification S_interview_oral_history bncdoc.authorbncdoc.datebncdoc.titlebncdoc.info Oral history project: interview. Sample containing about 4427 words speech recorded in leisure context Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1985-1993 Text typeSpoken context-governed
Mhm . he could get social security but here they closed the social security bit down in and he 'd nowhere so he came up here , oh he 'd stayed here many time previous to that . When would this be ? Oh well he died I mean the sixteen years , what , what time ? He 'd come here just about nineteen fifty something . Mhm . And of course he came here , he , and one day and he says , could I gi give this place as an address and I 'll get social security ? I says , och aye , certainly Charlie . So he made up a bed in the front of the byre there , and he was sixteen year in it . And he used to walk from here to and sign on twice a week . And walk back . And how old would he be ? Well he was seeming to six when he died (a). You see he used to get over the stick pretty often , if you understand what I mean by over the stick ? Aye . Er this night he was , when I went into the byre in the morning Charlie was n't there . So I waited , he generally turned up , I 've seen him not be up home till eight and half past eight in the morning but he never turned up so about nine o'clock I says , I 'd better phone the police .
Coercion in context
bncdoc.id CH3 David Lee's classification W_newsp_tabloid bncdoc.authorbncdoc.datebncdoc.title The Daily Mirror. bncdoc.info The Daily Mirror. Sample containing about 124251 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals
Forgotten , momentarily , were the lumps and bumps and soreness of his face after the punishment he took from game but limited American challenger Tony Thornton in Glasgow on Saturday night . Today is the actual anniversary of the tragic night in Tottenham when Eubank crushed Watson -- and it is only recently that the Islington fighter has started to make a real recovery (d). Just the mention of his name started Eubank off . ` What a blinding man , and I 'm so very pleased that Michael is seeming to make an amazing recovery . ` I 've spoken to him a few times and he 's the epitome of a true warrior . He still wants to fight , believes he still has it in him to fight . ` He 's still sharp , has a sense of humour , he 's witty . He 's bitter about what happened -- he did n't want to lose . He hated that .