February 12 1969 for 2 weeks
October 22 1995 for 2 weeks
1980 Hugo Award winner - Also Nebula award for best novel 1979 - Set in the 22nd century, it describes the construction of a space elevator. This "orbital tower" is a giant structure rising from the ground and linking with a satellite in geostationary orbit at the height of approximately 36,000 kilometers (approx. 22,300 miles). Such a structure would be used to raise payloads to orbit without having to use rockets, making it much more cost effective.
2006 -- â€œlet it surround youâ€
1989; 4 weeks as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100
Director: Bruce Beresford
Director: Stuart Gillard. Also starred Tuvia Tavi, Neil Vipond & Shoshana Duer
Director: Anthony Kimmins. Also starred Charles Goldner, Miles Malleson & Walter Crisham
1920. Fitzgerald's debut novel. Published in 1920, and taking its title from a line of the Rupert Brooke poem 'Tiare Tahiti', the book examines the lives and morality of post-World War I youth.
Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, England
1979 Winner, Nebula Award for Best Novel and Hugo Award.
It is used as a flavoring in beers (Samual Adams Summer Ale) and Norwegian aquavit.
Estate of Squire Allworthy in Glastonbury, from "Tom Jones", 1749
Written by Ira Gershwin (under his pen name Arthur Francis) for George White's 'Scandals' of 1922
Originally published in 1667 in ten books with over 10,000 individual lines of verse
1977; peaked at #22 on the Billboard Hot 100; lasting popularity
1987; peaked at #5 on the Billboard Hot 100; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
Argentine writer, poet, essayist and critic. Director of the National Library of the Argentine Republic and professor of English Language at the University of Buenos Aires.