Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Oliver Twist

Oliver was sleeping. Fagin assured that Oliver was sleeping and he placed a box on the table. He took of it a gold watch, jewels and rings. Oliver's eyes were fixed on Fagin's. Fagin saw him and unfortunately shut the door and shouted to Oliver, threatening him.

Oliver said that he had just woken up but Fagin didn't listen to him. Suddenly Jack Dawkins came with Charley Bates. They had stolen purses and marked handkerchiefs. Oliver had to take out the marks with a needle. Then Fagin pretended to be a gentleman by wearing a suit, holding a stick and other jewels that were of great worth and he was watching at the shop windows with the fear of thieves.

The children tried to take the things that Fagin had in his pockets, without him feeling it. That was the game with which Fagin taught the kids how to steal. Oliver thought that it was just a game but he understood it when Jack and the other kids stole a handkerchief from an old man. The children started running away but Oliver was terrified from this event.

Without knowing what he had to do, he started running. Unfortunately the old man called Brownlow saw him and started shouting 'stop thief' while he was chasing Oliver. Afterwards someone hit him and caught him. Luckily there was a witness, the manager of the shop, and told the police officer and Mr Brownlow that two other children had stolen the handkerchief. He was simply unlucky! Finally Oliver fainted and Mr Brownlow took him with him in his carriage..

Oliver Twist ( Unit 5 and 6 )

FAGIN ....!!!

Old Fagin and Oliver were in the room. Fagin thought that Oliver was sleeping but Oliver was awake.Then, Fagin locked the door and pulled out a box from a secret hole on the floor.He placed it on the table .The box had six gold watches with jewels and rings .Suddenly, Fagin looked at Oliver. The boy's eyes was nailed on him and he shut the box and got near Oliver with a knife .

Fagin asked Oliver what he had seen and Oliver said that he had seen everything ! Next , Fagin told that he would live on these jewels when he was older. Then , came another thief called Charly Bates. Charley gave to Fagin purses and then came children and gave Fagin four handkerchiefs. 

Then , Charley told that the handkerchief were good but there were marked .Fagin showed to Oliver how to take them out with a needle. After that Fagin told them to play a game . Fagin took his jewellery and took them in his pockets. Then , he walked in the room with a stick as a gentleman. The children had to push him and took all the jewellery .But if he felt their hands the game started again. 

When Oliver saw the children trying to take the gold he started crying from the great laugh . Then Fagin told Oliver to play .Fagin put a handkerchief in his pocket . Oliver managed to get the handkerchief without Fagin feeling his hands in his pocket . Then Fagin said to Oliver that he was a good thief .Oliver believed that Fagin knew better because he was older.


After all, Oliver wanted fresh air. So he went to Fagin and begged him to allowed him to go out. Fagin said to Oliver to leave and help the other children with their work .Suddenly the children came close to an old rich man who was reading a book. The children pushed him and took his handkerchief.At once , Oliver understood that Fagin's game wasn't a simple game.After the children and Oliver started running.

Mr Brownlow was the old man that the children had robbed.Mr Brownlow saw only Oliver running and shouted "thief, stop thief ". The people who were around started to pursue him. A man got near Oliver and hit him on the face.Then a policeman arrived to capture him. Suddenly the owner of the bookshop came near.He told he had seen what happened.Mr Brownlow didn't get angry with Oliver and took him to his home to live together.

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Oliver Twist ( Chapter 5 &6)

' Fagin'

Next morning, there was nobody in the room except Fagin (the old man) and Oliver. As Fagin thought that Oliver hadn't woken up yet , he drew out a box from a secret hole in the floor and he placed it on the table. Then he took out a golden watch and some jewels, which he looked with pleasure. 

Suddenly, Fagin looked at Oliver who was staring at him. He shut the box and ran to Oliver.He threatened Oliver and Oliver apologized and said that he had just woken up.Fagin told Oliver that all the treasure he saw was his and that it was the only thing he had to live on for the rest of his life.

After that , Jack came in with another boy, called Charley Bates. Jack got two purses and Charley four handkerchiefs. Fagin said that the purses weren't so heavy and that the handkerchiefs were marked ( had names on them ) so they needed to be taken out with a needle. He also said that he would teach Oliver how to do that.

After breakfast, Fagin placed expensive things in his pockets and he took a stick with him. Then he started walking up and down the room while Jack and Charlie were trying to take the things from his pockets without Fagin to understand it .If Fagin understood that somebody had taken the things from his pockets, this 'game' would start again. While, they were playing this game , two ladies Bet and Nancy came in and Jack and Charlie went out with them. Fagin asked Oliver to try to take out his handkerchief. Oliver tried and Fagin didn't feel anything. Fagin was impressed; however, Oliver hadn't understood exactly the 'game'.

'Oliver among the thieves'

For the next days Oliver stayed in and he was taking the marks off the handkerchiefs and he was also playing the 'game'. Then Oliver missed the fresh air and begged Fagin to let him go out with the other boys. At first Fagin said 'no' but then at last he let Oliver go out with the others.

So, the three boys ( Oliver, Jack and Charlie ) went out . They were walking slowly and suddenly they stopped walking. Jack had seen a man outside the bookshop who was reading a book and he said that this man would be perfect for the 'job'. The boys went closer to him and Jack got a handkerchief out of the man's pocket. Then straightaway , Jack and Charlie began to run while Oliver stood still without understanding what had happened. When at last Oliver understood everything he began to run too but the man had already seen Oliver running and shouted ' Stop thief ' . At the sound of these words some people began to run after Oliver.Even Jack and Charlie ran after Oliver!

Finally, Oliver fell down because he couldn't run any more and Mr Brownlow ( the man whose handkerchief was stolen by Jack and Charlie) said to the policeman who had just arrived not to hit Oliver. Oliver said that he wasn't the one who stole the handkerchief. Also the man who owned the bookshop said that Oliver wasn't lying.He also said that there were two other boys who stole the handkerchief and that Oliver was just watching them.

Then when they set Oliver free he almost fainted and Mr Brownlow called a carriage. He put Oliver inside the carriage and he sat beside him. The carriage finally stopped in front of a pleasant house and Mr Brownlow took Oliver inside a bedroom, where he placed Oliver in the bed and let him sleep.



Fagin got in to Oliver's room.After he assured that Oliver was sleeping,Fagin drew out a box from a secret hole in the floor which was covered by a small carpet.When he opened it, he started taking out:6 old watches full of jewels,rings and other splendid jewels...Suddenly he heard a noise and looked at Oliver.The poor boy had fixed his eyes on him.Fagin threatened Oliver and asked him if he had seen something.The boy told him that he had just woken up...

Hours passed by and in the afternoon Jack Dawkins returned to the house with Charlie Bates ,another thief.Fagin asked Jack what he had stolen.The boy took out of his pockets two purses and the other boy four marked handkerchiefs.They took out the marks with a needle.

After a while Fagin pretended to be a gentleman by wearing treasures , holding a stick and looking at the shop windows with fear of thieves!Jack pushed Fagin and took everything he had in his pockets.That was the GAME as Fagin used to call it.A few minutes later two girls appeared in the house.Their names were Nancy and Bet.Fagin suggested Oliver to try to take a handkerchief from Fagin's pocket without feeling it.But Oliver still was thinking that they were playing just a pure game!


After playing this game,Oiver begged Fagin to let him go out.Oliver followed Jack and the others. Suddenly Jack took a handkerchief from an old man who had white hair and glasses and he was carrying a stick. Then,Oliver understood that they weren't playing just a game. Oliver started running but when the others saw Oliver running they shouted 'stop thief'.Somebody managed to hit Oliver and he had blood on his little face!The officer said Oliver to stand up with a hard voice but the old man felt sorry for Oliver.Mr Brownlow the old man,knew that another boy stole his handkerchief, since there were eye witnesses, too.After that, Oliver fainted and Mr Brownlow took him with him by carriage..

Friday, March 18, 2011

Rabbit jumping show

I knew rabbits could jump, but I would have never suspected anyone would have turned it into a sport.This sport was invented in Sweden in the 1970's.Rabbits have jumped up to 1 meter high and others have jumped more than 3 metres in distance.

Nowadays this sport has disappeared.Last month I came across a video and I saw how this sport is. I believe that it's really exciting and unusual.But I love animals,so I don't want to use them only to be famous.In this video I saw a bizarre rabbit,very big which jumped more than 3 metres.He is the most famous rabbit in this sport and everybody knows about it.

However,there are some problems with this sport.Lots of animals have been injured and people weren't interested in this sport, so it disappeared. But this is not the only reason that this sport disappeared. Animal lovers who care about animals complained because they believe that this is no good for rabbits.Also bunnies nees a lot of time and patience to train so that was difficult.

I don't believe that this sport would appear in the future because people are sensitive about animals and they wouldn't let them do this sport again.

Click here to see the sport:

Friday, March 11, 2011

Letter of complaint

Dear Sir/Madam,

We are writing to complain about your hotel where we spent our holiday.

First of all,in your brochure you mentioned that all the apartments had fridges.The problem was that the fridge was not working,so we could not drink cold water and it was too hot.Moreover,the brochure claimed that there was a TV with satellite TV channels, but only two local channels were available and unfortunately they were not in English.

In addition the brochure mentioned that the hotel was some metres from the beach, but the beach was not suitable for swimming because it was too filthy.Last but not least the brochure claimed that the hotel was only some minutes from the town centre, but you did not mention that it was some minutes away by car.

We think it is clear that your brochure was misleading.As a result, we would like a partial refund because these was the worst holiday that we had ever had.

We look forward to receiving a propmt reply.

Yours faithfully,
Kalogerakis Family

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Oliver Twist

Oliver had left from Soweberry's house.He wanted to go to London, but it was seventy miles away.He walked twenty miles the first day.He didn't eat and he slept in the field that night.He was weak.Fortunately, an old woman gave him cheese and bread.After two days, he went to Barnet.He met a child whose name was Jack Dawkins.His behaviour was like a man's.Jack Dawkins gave him food and bed without paying.They went in an inn.There was an old man called Fagin.He wore dirty clothes.He divided his attention between the food and some silver handkerchiefs.There were four to five boys that were smoking, too.

White Fang The Book

White Fang lives with the Indians on the Mackenzie River. They try to teach him how to look after himself and to fight hard. Then, Beauty Smith bought him and used him for dog fights.White fang lost one of these fights . He was saved from death by Weedon Scott who used kindness to treat the animals, rather the stick, and the White Fang loved him and made Weedon as a new boss for him. When Scott had to leave the Klondike for California , White Fang learned a new way of life and even saved his new family from some bad for them situations. He found happiness, too, when his own cubs were born.

I have learnt from this book how a Dog-wolf can come too close to his boss and how the master can attract them when he wants to use the animal or to torture it. In my view, I love dogs and I believe that the dogs or wolves can be your best friend. You can tell them all of your secrets and you can rely on them without fear.

I suggest you read this book in order to learn how a dog-wolf behaves when it is treated badly and how it behaves when it is treated well by his boss. Generally, you'll understand that both dogs and humans have got a brain and understand all the situations and basically that dogs have got a soul as humans have.

Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre lost his parents when she was young, so her uncle took her with him to take care of her.
He had a good relationship with her, but his wife did not.He was unkind.Also, her cousin terrorised her so her uncle decided to put her in a school for poor and orphan children.

This school wasn't very good and the headmaster was bad to her and always told her that she was a liar.When she grew up, she became a teacher, but then she left school and went to a big house working as a governess to take care of a girl.Then, she came across the girl's dad and she fell in love with him. She enjoyed his company, spending many evening hours talking with him and learning about the things he had seen in his travels.

But something strange always happened at night.Jane went to her cousin Eliza helping her with the housework before Eliza become a nun.When she returned, she and her boss agreed to get married, but a strange woman went into her room one night and ripped her wedding veil in two.When they got married, a lawyer burst in and declared that Mr. Rochester cannot marry because he is already married to Mr. Mason's sister.

So he explained that his wife was a violent madwoman and he asked Jane to go with him to the south of France and live as husband and wife, even though they cannot be married. Refusing to go against her principles, and despite her love for him, Jane left Thornfield in the middle of the night and travelled to the north of England by coach, using the little money she had saved. She fainted on the doorstep, speaking aloud as she made herself ready for death, but was saved by St John Rivers, a young clergyman, and brother to Diana and Mary and they found her a teaching position at a nearby charity school.

Then, the sisters left but St John discovered Jane's true identity. John died and left her his entire fortune of £20,000 and St John astounded her by showing her a letter stating that John is also her and her sisters' uncle.Jane was so happy. St John asked Jane to accompany him to India as his wife.However, at that very moment, she suddenly felt Mr. Rochester calling her name. The next morning, she left for Thornfield to ascertain Mr. Rochester's well-being.

Jane arrives at Thornfield to find only blackened ruins. She learns that Rochester's wife set the house on fire and committed suicide by jumping from the roof. In his rescue attempts, Mr. Rochester lost a hand and his eyesight. Jane reunites with him, but he fears that she will be repulsed by his condition. When Jane assures him of her love and tells him that she will never leave him, Mr. Rochester again proposes. He eventually recovers enough sight to see their first-born son.

Friday, March 4, 2011

The Promise

Pedro Moreira lived in Bahia with his wife Maria.They lived in a hut on a hillside.The hill was called Gloria.The hut had only one small room which was almost empty.There was only a table,a broken chair and a mattress.One day Pedro was sitting on the ground outside his hut and he was looking unhappy because his wife was going to have a baby.They had three other children before, but they had all died.Pedro wanted a son,but he was afraid because they didn't have food to give for a new baby.They had no money.After some days Maria gave birth to the baby.

An old Negress put the baby in the arms of Pedro and she told to him that the boy would live and one day the baby would be well known all over the world and he would give happiness to many people.Pedro looked at the old Negress in a strange way, but he believed her. 'He will become a rich man and he will help poor people like us', continued the old Negress. 'Be a good father to the boy', she said to Pedro.'One day, he will be a good son to you.' That was the old Negress' Promise.

Pedro and Maria always remembered the words of the old woman. Their child was called Paulo.Pedro could not find a job.Sometimes he found one for a few days.He worked as a porter or washed dishes in a restaurant.Maria made little money,she washed and mended clothes.They were always hungry,the food was expensive and they had not money to buy it.Paulo stayed inside the hut and after three years he could go outside to play with the other children.His leds and his arms were very thin and the other children called him Paulito.One day Pedro went home running and shouted.He found a job as a bus driver in a bus company and he worked twelve hours a day.Now they would have enough money to buy food.

Paulito loved football and he played all day. He would like to be a footballer.One day when Pedro came home,he had two girls with him,Paulito's cousins,Fernanda and Odete. They lived with their parents in another town but their parents had died in a house fire, so the girls had to live with them.Fernanda was at the same age as Paulito; they were nine years old.She was very pretty and she walked proudly. Obete was two years younger.She was pretty too,but very shy.

A few years later, Paulito was a very good player and he played in Corinthians. Paulito played on the right wing because he could run very fast.Paulito could dodge even more cleverly and his opponents were not able to catch him. Many people went to see him in Corinthians.Every day he was better and better, so one day he became a famous footballer.

The words of the old Negress came true.Their parents and his cousins were very glad for him. Afterwards, he became ambitious and he had many offers.His dream was to play in Brazil.One day the manager and his coach of his team told him some bad news that he may could not play football again.The cause was the fact that he didn't drink milk when he was young and his bones were very sensitive and he got injured very easily.He stayed in the hospital for three months for the operation.

After eight weeks his legs were stronger than before.But he was not as fast as before.At first Paulito played badly and he wasn't good.He thought that he could not play well again and he went to a bar and saw the matches and drank beer with the fans.Paulito  wanted to give up.His coach didn't let him to do that and they tried to change his mind.And they did it.He went in Tonoko's gymnasium and he trained his legs hard.

Finally, there was a great day for Paulito. They called him in order to go to play in a very important match: Brazil vs Europe.He played very well and all the people loved him and he was proud for himself. Also, he got married to Obete and they had many children and they lived all together happily.      

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Pride & Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice is a novel by Jane Austen, which was first published in 1813. The book has been transferred in movie twice. The first time was in 1995 and in the second time in 2005. The main character of the book is Miss Elizabeth Bennet .
The story begins in
Hertfordshire, a small town in Meryton, near London. Mr and Mrs Bennet lived in the Loungbourn House, in the village of Longbourn with their 5 unmarried daughters. Elizabeth was the second daughter. At that time, every mother wanted her daughters to be soon married with a handsome and wealth man. So when Mrs Bennet heard the news, ran to her husband to tell him all about it: a new wealth man had just let Netherfield Hall a vary big house in the neighborhood. His name was Mr Bingley. Mrs Bennet also wanted her husband to call on Mr Bingley, because she was thinking about their 5 daughters' future and hoped that Mr Bingley would marry one of them especially Jane their eldest daughter ,who was 23 years old. Despite Mr Bennet 's unwillingness to call on Mr Bingley , finally he was made to do it. Furthermore when Mrs Bennet learned that Mr Bingley would go to Netherfield Ball, she was delighted and told Jane that she had to look very pretty. Few days later, to the assembly rooms of Meryton Mr Bingley came in with his two sisters, Miss Caroline Bingley his unmarried sister and Mr Bingley's married sister with her husband. With them was also Mr Fitzwilliam Darcy a friend of Mr Bingley. All of them greeted everyone except Mr Darcy who didn't greet anyone. Mr Bingley was a good-looking , handsome man with a pleasant smile. Mr Darcy was tall, very handsome and from a noble family. People said that he had twice as much money as Mr Bingley had and he also owned a large estate in Derbyshire. They were both unmarried.Mr Bingley danced with Jane a lot of times, however Mr Darcy did not dance with anyone else except Mr Bingley's sisters.When Mr Bingley asked Mr Darcy why he wasn't dancing, Mr Darcy said that Bingley was dancing with the only pretty girl in the room. Mr Bingley told him that one of miss Jane's Bennet pretty sisters was without a partner. Darcy looked at Elizabeth and Elizabeth looked at Darcy ,however Darcy said that Elizabeth was quite pretty but not beautiful enough to interest him. Elizabeth heard that and she was amused. After that Elizabeth decided that she disliked Mr Darcy. As the night continued Mr Darcy decided that he liked Elizabeth because of her beautiful dark eyes and because of her clever conversation, but he disliked Mrs Bennet and her youngest daughters because he thought that they were very noisy and rude. While Darcy was talking with Caroline Bingley he said that Elizabeth had beautiful dark eyes and Caroline asked him when she had to congratulate them for their engagement. So Caroline liked Mr Darcy.
After that Miss Bingley invited Miss Jane Bennet to have dinner with her and her sister. So while Jane was in Bingley's house he came down with an illness and she had to stay there until she felt better. In this way Bingley and Jane would have the opportunity to meet each other better.Elizabeth visited her sister and she saw Mr Darcy again. In another ball Mr Darcy asked Elizabeth to dance with him but Elizabeth refused because she remembered what Darcy had said about her in the first Ball. While Elizabeth tried to find out more about Darcy's character, he told her that he thought vanity was certainly a fault but pride was never a fault because it was not bad to be proud of your family and your position in society.
After that Mr Darcy decided that because he came from a rich and noble family Elizabeth had no chance of marrying him because she came from a poor family.
Some days later Mr Collins, Mr Bennet's cousin, arrives at Longpourn because he wanted to marry one of his 5 daughters. Also, Mr Collins was a clergyman and he would inherit Mr Bennet's house when he died. At first, Mr Collins decided to marry Jane but Mrs Bennet told him that Jane would be soon married with another man, but this was not certain. So Mr Collins decided to marry Elizabeth and proposed to her. However Elizabeth did not want to marry him and she refused his proposal. Also, that days the militia came to Longpourn and Elizabeth met a soldier, Mr Wickham who told Elizabeth that Mr Darcy had behaved badly towards him and that he was the reason for being poor in the militia. Furthermore, he said that Darcy was very proud although his sister Miss Georgianna was not proud like her brother and he also told Elizabeth that he knew the Darcy Family from when he was a child and he wasn't afraid of Mr Darcy. Although in the next ball Wickham did not appear because Darcy was in the ball too.In the ball everyone was talking about Jane and Bingley and they were sure that they would be soon married. Mr Darcy heard that and thought that Bingley was not in love with Jane after all, so he told him not to marry. After the ball Jane received a letter which said that Bingley, his sisters and Darcy were going to London and that they did not know if they would be back in that winter.When Jane read the letter she was very upset and sad because she loved Bingley. Then Elizabeth learned that Collins would be soon married in Charlotte Lucas a friend of Elizabeth's. Elizabeth said to Jane that Bingley is thoughtless and weak because he had allowed to his sisters and Darcy to change his mind and not marry her.After that Jane was visiting London hoping to see Bingley. However in her letters to Elizabeth she said that nothing has happened and that now she didn't care for Bingley .Although Elizabeth knows that this wasn't true.
On March, Elizabeth visited Charlotte Lucas. With Mr Collins they were going to visit Lady Catherine de Bourgh.While they were at her home , Mr Darcy appeared and Elizabeth seemed to be very upset.With him was Colonel Filtzwilliam who was a guardian of Miss Georgianna.When Elizabeth talked with him, Darcy was starring at them so much that Lady Catherine started to notice. The next day Darcy visited Elizabeth and when Charlotte Lucas returned back home he left. Charlotte told Elizabeth that Darcy had to be in love with her otherwise he had no reason to coming there. In the next days, Colonel Fitzwilliam says to Elizabeth that Darcy was a very good man because he had helped many people.He also said that Darcy had recently saved one of his friends from an insensible marriage. In the sound of this Elizabeth was very angry because she was sure that Darcy's friend is Bingley and that Darcy stopped Bingley from marrying Jane.
On the following day Darcy visited Elizabeth
again, who was angry with him, and told her that his feelings were too strong and that he couldn't hide them any more.He also said that he had to tell her how very much he loved her despite his position in society, his pride and the family difficulties.At that moment Elizabeth didn't know what to say and the only thing that she understood was that Darcy decided to marry her although he thought it wasn't a sensible marriage! Elizabeth then told him that he could not accept his proposal because his proposal wasn't polite and because he had destroyed Jane's happiness and he has behaved badly towards Wickham. The next day Darcy gave to Elizabeth a letter before he
left for London. In the letter he said that he would not say again what he said the last day and that this conversation between them should be forgotten. Then he wrote that he would tell Elizabeth all about Jane and Bingley , and Wickham. Darcy said that he thought Jane was not in love with Bingley and when he saw how strong Bingley's feelings was for Jane he was very worried.Darcy had also seen that the behavior of all the Bennet family except Jane and Elizabeth was not the appropriate one.Then Darcy apologized if that hurt Jane but said that he still thought he had done the right thing.The he continued up with Wickham. Darcy said that he knew him since he was a child. Darcy's father had promised to him to be a clergyman and that he would give him a living at Pemperley.When Darcy's father died, Darcy wanted to give to Wickham the living and the position as a clergyman, but Wickham said that he didn't want to be a clergyman and he asked Darcy to give him money in order to go in London and study the law.Darcy gave him the money and he had not any news from him since the year before. Then suddenly Wickham appeared and asked for the living but Darcy didn't gave him the living because someone told him that Wickham did not study the law but he spent all the money in the cards. After that, when Miss Georgianna, Darcy's sister was on holiday ,Wickham tried to elope with her because he knew that Georgianna would inherit 1.000 $ . Fortunately Georgianna told everything to Darcy and the elopement did never happen. Finally, he finished his letter saying that he does not blame Elizabeth because she didn't know the truth about Wickham and he wishes a good life for her. Elizabeth felt really sad after reading Darcy's letter because she knew he was right for everything. Elizabeth soon returned to Longpourn, and she told Jane everything. They both agreed that there was no need to tell everybody about Wickham because the militia was about to leave.However when the militia left for Brighton, Lydia the youngest daughter of the Bennet family was invited by some friends to go in Brighton to.Elizabeth asked her father not to allow Lydia go in Brighton because she knew how foolish Lydia would be with the militia. But Mr Bennet did not hear Elizabeth and let Lydia go in Brighton.
Mrs Gardiner, Elizabeth's aunt asked her to go with them on holiday.Elizabeth agreed and they went on Derbyshire. Then Elizabeth was afraid that she might see Mr Darcy, because Pemperley Mr Darcy's house was in Derbyshire. When they were on holiday Elizabeth's aunt suggested to go and visit Pemperley but Elizabeth refused because she didn't want to see Mr Darcy.Then she heard that the Darcys were not at Pemperley so she agreed to visit the house.Elizabeth was amazed with how big this house was.The housekeeper showed them everything and Elizabeth starred at a portrait of Darcy.She then remembered that he had sometimes smiled at her like he was smiling in the portrait. It was then, when Elizabeth started to thing more kindly of him. Also the housekeeper said that Darcy was a handsome gentleman,good-natured , delightful young man and also that he wasn't proud at all. However, about Wickham she said that he hadn't behaved well and that he wasn't a good man. On their way to the gardens of the house, Elizabeth saw Mr Darcy walking towards her. They both blushed and starred for a moment. Then they spoke kindly to each other and then they walked away. They were both embarrassed. The following day Mr Darcy, Mrs Darcy and Mr Bingley visited Elizabeth and the Gardiners. as the young men and women talked to each other, Mr and Mrs Gardiner were watching Elizabeth and Darcy with interest. They were sure that Darcy admired Elizabeth but they were not sure if Elizabeth was in love with him. Also, Mr Bingley wanted to ask Elizabeth about her family and especially about Jane. The next day, they were invited in Pemperley to have dinner. As Elizabeth got into the room she saw that everyone was watching her and Mr Darcy. Now, Miss Bingley couldn't hide her anger, because she liked Mr Darcy.
Elizabeth was waiting a letter from Jane. At last, after 3 days two letters arrived. In the first one, Jane wrote that something terrible had happened: Lydia who was still in Brighton had eloped with Mr Wickham, and now they didn't know where she was. Jane was afraid that Mr Wickham would not marry Lydia and Mrs Bennet was very sick because of the news. In the second letter Jane wrote that Mr Bennet wanted Mr Gardiner to go in London with him and help him find Lydia. So, Elizabeth ran to find her uncle but Darcy saw her and asked her why she looked so sick. Elizabeth told him all the bad news. Now Elizabeth started to cry because of the bad news and because she thought that Mr Darcy could not love her after all these that have happened. After all, now Elizabeth loved Darcy and she was very sad. Despite Elizabeth thoughts, Darcy behaved very well towards her and apologized to her because he couldn't say anything to make her feel happier.
Then Elizabeth returned to Longpourn. At last they received some good news: Mr Wickham would marry Lydia! When Lydia visited Longpourn she told Elizabeth that Mr Darcy was at her wedding, something that Darcy has asked her not to tell to anybody. When Elizabeth heard that she was very surprised and she wondered what Mr Darcy was doing at Lydia's wedding. She then wrote to her aunt, Mrs Gardiner, in order to learn more about it. Mrs Gardiner wrote back to her that Mr Darcy had helped very much to Lydia's wedding: he found Wickham and Lydia while Mr Gardiner could not find them and he also gave some money to Wickham so Wickham agreed to marry Lydia. Finally she wrote that she believed Darcy had done all this because he wanted to please Elizabeth.
Some good news soon reached Netherfield. Mr Bingley was returning to Netherfield and would be staying there for several months. Elizabeth was very happy and she was sure that Bingley would propose to Jane. But Jane was not so sure. So, one day Bingley visited Longpourn house and asked to speak privately with Jane. He than proposed to her and Jane accepted with happiness. Jane started to go for walks with Bingley, so Elizabeth who was always with Jane had to walk with Darcy who was always with Bingley.
Suddenly, one morning Lady Catherine arrived to Longpourn and asked to speak to Elizabeth. When they were alone Lady Catherine said that the reason for being there was that she heard that her nephew, Mr Darcy had proposed to her. She also said that this could not be true in any way but she wanted to be sure. Elizabeth told her that she didn't want to answer to this question so Lady Catherine started to speak rudely and she told Elizabeth that Mr Darcy can not have proposed to her because he was engaged to her daughter since he was born! She then asked Elizabeth what she had to say then. Elizabeth told her only one thing: that she had made her own plans, so had Mr Darcy, and if she was Darcy's choice she had no reason to turn down his proposal. After that Lady Catherine told her that she could not marry her nephew because she had no money and no position in society. At last Elizabeth told her that she wasn't engaged to Mr Darcy and Lady Catherine left. Elizabeth was very upset.
A few days later, Mr Bingley came with Mr Darcy in Longpourn house and asked Jane and Elizabeth to go for a walk with them. Darcy and Elizabeth were walking together and Elizabeth thank Darcy for all the things that he had done for her family and especially for Lydia. Darcy said that he was sorry that Elizabeth heard anything about it and also that he had done all these for her and not for her family. He then told Elizabeth that he wanted to know if she still disliked him because his own feelings haven't changed. He also said that if she still disliked him he shall never talk of love again. Elizabeth told him that her feelings have changed and that he loved him. They then began to talk about their behavior since they met.
Finally, Jane and Elizabeth were married on the same day.They were very happy and Elizabeth visited Jane very often at their new house. Mrs Bennet was very happy that Elizabeth had such a happy life and such a big house: Pemberley.

Elizabeth & Darcy
Pride and Prejudice

Oliver Twist goes to London...(PART 3)

After Oliver escaped from Mr Sourberry's house,he had no idea where to go....He was lost in a lonely area in which the nearest place was a little village!!!!!After some hours some carts passed from that lonely road and Oliver found the chance to follow them in order to find a safe place to stay for a little while..

After hours of walking he sat on a stone to get some rest..The only food that he had was dry (from the rain) bread!His clothes were in bad condition and really filthy!Now he was trying to find a place to stay at night.He was not lucky at all and the only place he found was a field!!!!!!

Next morning,Oliver saw a milestone that said London was 70 miles from there.He started to walk.As a result, he walked 20 miles that day.The other day he walked only 12 miles because he grew weaker...At last,he reached in a beautiful small village which was called Barnet (few miles from London).He was covered in dust and his feet were covered in blood!

As he was sitting on a doorstep, a boy (at the same age as Oliver) who was called Jack Dawkins,was trying to help him find some food...He was not a normal boy..he was wearing some clothes which were too big for him!Jack suggested taking Oliver to the place where Jack lived.Oliver accepted the invitation because he didn't know what to do!!!!

When they arrived to his house,he pushed Oliver in.A gentleman who was called Fagin welcomed Oliver and said that he had the honour of his friendship.He was wearing filthy clothes.But there was also a strange thing:Fagin's attention was divided into some silver handkerchiefs and the meat that he was cooking....Then Oliver saw 4-5 boys sitting at a small table.After that, Fagin ordered these boys to take Oliver's hat and to empty his pockets...

THAT WAS THE END OF PART 3!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!