We should avoid such irresponsible pranks to enjoy the thrill of the fool's
criminals were arrayed as fools, crowned with a fool's
Tales of Russian fools then pushed beyond expected limits; in one account, the fool Prokopii of Viatka killed a sleeping infant, only to raise it from the dead when the family accepted the fool's
actions meekly (pp.
Images of sea-salt air and a sky with many moods takes us to Jamaica in Nancy Flowers Wilson's debut novel, A Fool's
Throughout the book, but particularly in these final chapters, Southworth makes the potential for further study clear: subsequent work might delve deeper into the political uses of the fool, for example, or consider what changes in the fool's
role indicate about the changing nature of monarchy, or explore how the royal sponsor's gender might affect the fooling relationship.
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particular needs and came to the conclusion that legacy last-mile solutions would not be sufficient to solve the Fool's
Apparently a protracted stay in France was en visaged, since Henry's "William" was decked out again in marvellous clothes (lavish wardrobes seems to have been the fool's
perk) which included 5,470 skins of squirrel along with ermine, miniver, and lamb skins.
Celebrities born on April Fool's
Day include DJ Chris Evans (1966), cricketer David Gower (1957) TV star Philip Schofield (1962) and actors Michael Praed (1960), Ali McGraw (1939) and Debbie Reynolds (1932.
His chief work, however, is Das Narrenschiff, a story of fools on a ship bound for a fool's
Progress: An Honest Novel, by Edward Abbey Henry Holt and Co.
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KEEP your wits about you tomorrow as it's April 1 - otherwise known as April Fool's
It could go down as the greatest April Fool's
Day prank ever.
Today, children in France pin paper fish on to the backs of unsuspecting children on April fool's