The purpose of this books is to teach beginners how to play the wonderful game of Chess. It also provides information about Chess tournaments and a glossary of Chess terms.
Sir Anthony Hope was a noted playwright and novelist, and though he's still best remembered for The Prisoner of Zenda (1894) and its sequel Rupert of Hentzau (1898), he wrote dozens of action and adventure novels.
A new edition of Pitkin's guide to Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, with fresh details about the royal family and up-to-date photographs. Five years after her marriage to Prince William, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge continues to inspire and arouse the media's interest. She has become a style icon, with the dresses she wears selling out within hours. She emulates the manner and kind-heartedness of Princess Diana, immersing herself in valuable charity work. And she has two beautiful children of whom the public love to catch glimpses. As Great Britain's future queen, Catherine is a much-loved national treasure, and this new edition of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge will bring the public right up to date on the princess's life and family. AUTHOR: Gill Knappett is the author of Pitkin's bestselling 'The Queen at 90', and also 'William and Catherine: A Family Portrait', 'The Little Book of Kings and Queens','Over London' and 'Walk London' (a finalist in the Travel Press Awards 2010). 60 colour illustrations
A Woman of No Importance is a play by Irish playwright Oscar Wilde. Like Wilde's other society plays, it satirizes English upper class society. It has been performed on stages in Europe and North America since his death in 1900.
In placing this little volume before the public we hope to offer a "Beginners Book of Chess" that will in a clear and concise manner explain the elements of our Royal Game.
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