Wimbleton of the forest

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1976
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Andersen, Alan
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The Department of English seeks to provide all university students with the skills of effective communication and critical thinking, as well as imparting knowledge of literature, creative writing, linguistics, speech and technical communication to students within and outside of the department.

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The Department of English and Speech was formed in 1939 from the merger of the Department of English and the Department of Public Speaking. In 1971 its name changed to the Department of English.

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These stories of Wimbleton are very old, for nothing has been heard of the woodland village for many years. But the old people who live in the countries that border the Great Forest still remember and tell tales of Wimbleton on cold winter nights. By now, Jenny, Tucker, Jill, and the other children of the forest will have grown up and have children of their own. Assuming, of course, that the stories are true. Many mothers and fathers say that Wimbleton is just a faery tale. But the fellow who told me the stories of Wimbleton-In-The-Forest said they were true, and he should know, because he was born there.

A work of fiction by Alan Lance Andersen.

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Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 UTC 1976