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Recent pages by cwilko2011

A quick look at the stars, who over the years, have died at the young age of 27. Is there a connection between the deaths or just pure coincidence?
An analysis of the work of Carol Ann Duffy, the current British Poet Laureate.
A look at the first 50 years of the United States. Conflict, presidency and changing superpowers.
A brief look at the woman that sculpted the Tudor dynasty. A woman that took any lengths to ensure that her only son became King of England in a time of huge quarrel, wars and deceit.
A look at Tennessee William's treatment of Blanche Dubois in his play, A Streetcar Named Desire.
A look at the different celebrity chefs that have helped in the shape of cuisine in the UK.
A quick look back at the last 60 years of music and the artists that have endured the test of time.
An analysis of the treatment of marriage and family within Anne Bronte's The Tenant of Wildfell Hall
A brief look at the illustrious career of Roald Dahl.
A look at how the shape of British retail has changed, more pertinently, how shopping centres and American style Malls have changed the British High Street irreversibly.
A sweet, crunchy, delicious salsa that will go perfectly with this seasons BBQ's. Easy to make and even easier to devour!
Having just finished a campaign for Breast Cancer UK at work, I thought I would share some of my experiences.
Having watched a documentary about the beginning of the Salem Witch trials, I thought I would share some of the shocking discoveries it unearthed.
There are thousands of recipes for chilli worldwide, this is my interpretation of it. It hasn't had any complaints yet!
A perfect recipe for Carrot Cake. Delicious, moist and goes fantastically with coffee or after a light meal.
A look into the increasing epidemic of obesity in the developed world. Focussing on the UK juxtaposed with the US.
A quick look at ways to get exercise into your daily routine. You don't have to spend excessive amounts of money on gym memberships or equipment to get the daily recommended half an hour of exercise.
In this age of protecting ones data and information, why is it that so many millions are prepared to give away information on Facebook that they are so careful in protecting everywhere else?
A look into the most popular BBC2 programme of recent years. Looking at the "characters", the ego's, the controversy and the popularity.
A short article on the New Zealand crossover tenor who stormed the classical chart and is poised to do the same with the release of his second Album later this year. "The youngest man in history to top the UK Classical Chart".
A response to the recent reports of Boris Johnson and Peter Andre responding to illiteracy in London. Also exploring the wider issue of illiteracy.
Here are some tips that I have picked up on and observed both when interviewing and being interviewed. This is not an exhaustive list but if you follow some of these simple tips then it may increase your chances of employment.
Having worked through a series of cycles of recruitment within the retail sector, there are some key things to look out for when writing a CV. If you follow these simple tips it may help your chances of being noticed.
Canterbury - a city steeped in history, intrigue and wonder. A place where, for centuries, people have come to meet.
A short look at the prolific novel by George Orwell. The thoughts of a dying man, written on his death bed chronicling his view on what the future may hold.
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