Results for: Charles-bukowski

What is the poem 'like a violet in the snow' by Bukowski about?

The song is "Violets in the Snow" by Don Mayhew (not Bukowski) - Recorded on the children's album, "Hi God 2" by Carey Landry - Publisher is OCP; Item # 5918 The lyrics (MORE)

Who succeeded Charles I?

King Charles I of England was executed for treason on 30 January 1649. Following his execution, England became a Republic, governed by Oliver Cromwell, who took the title Lo (MORE)

Who is Charles Coughlin?

  (Father) Coughlin (Pronounced Cogg-linn) was a politically inclined Catholic Priest in the Detroit Area. he had a vigorous political campaign with magazines ( Social Jus (MORE)

Who was Charles the second?

King Charles II, of England , Scotland and Ireland (1630-1685) and known as the Merry Monarch.   Although in law he became king of England in 1649, the revolution prevented (MORE)
In Uncategorized

Who is Charles Whitman what did he do?

Charles Whitman was a young man who was a student at the University of Texas. He was known as a good man by many people and had no history of violence. He then began to experi (MORE)

Who is Charles Templeton?

Charles Templeton was one of the leading mobile evangelists for the Youth For Christ movement in the 1940's-50's. He was partnered with the late Billy Graham. While with YFC t (MORE)

Who was Charles Babbage?

Charles Babbage is known as the father of computing. In 1822, while at the Cambridge University in UK, Charles Babbage was critical of the navigation tables of the day. Most (MORE)

Who was Charles Dickens?

Charles Dickens was a famous British novelist, perhaps best known for works such as "A Christmas Carol" and "Oliver Twist". Born on 7 February 1812, Dickens was heavily infl (MORE)
In Titanic

Who was Charles joughlin?

Charles John Joughlin was born on August 3, 1878 and he passed away  on December 9, 1956 at the age of 78. He was a survivor of the 1912  sinking of the Titanic where he had (MORE)