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Literary Spotlight for February

FEBRUARY 14, 1883

BY CHRISTINA ROSSETTI

A world of change and loss, a world of death,
Of heart and eyes that fail, of labouring breath,
Of pains to bear and painful deeds to do:--
Nevertheless a world of life to come
And love; where you're at home, while in our home
Your Valentine rejoices having you.


[The above literary spotlight comes from our collection of Valentine's poems by Christina Rossetti.]

February 2012

Our extensive collection of Unusual Town Names in the U.S. was expanded.

Time Zones for U.S. cities and towns was expanded.

"The American's Tale" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, was the most recent addition to our collection of free classic literature.

Cities, towns and place names in Montana was added to our collection of place name Web pages.


A glance at a few blog entries from the past

U.S. Postal Service financial losses for 2008, USPS financial losses for 2009, USPS financial losses for 2010, and USPS financial losses for 2011 were all added.

Our database of U.S.
U.S. Law Enforcement Task Forces, and Witty, Unusual, or Humorous Acronyms were both expanded.

Frequently asked
postage and mail questions was added.

Valentine's poems by Christina Rossetti was added.

Cities, towns and place names in Oregon was added to our collection of place name Web pages.

"
The Death of Slavery" by William Cullen Bryant was added to our collection of free classic literature.

Our collection of
short poems and sonnets by John Keats was expanded.

Our collection of
short poems by James Russell Lowell was expanded.

Our collection of
short poems, hymns and sonnets by William Cullen Bryant was expanded.

Our collection of
short poems by William Wordsworth was expanded.

Our page of
U.S. Postal Service Rate Increases was updated to include information on the January 2012 postage rate increase.

Our collection of
short poems by Rudyard Kipling was expanded.

Our collection of
short poems and sonnets by Elizabeth Barrett Browning was expanded.

Short poems by Emily Dickinson was added.

Our database of
Gangs in the United States was expanded.

"
The Story of Glam" from the Grettissaga, was added.

"
Concerning Phantoms" by Pliny the Younger was added.

"
The Brahman, the Thief and the Ghost" was added.

"
Story of the St. Joseph's Ass" by Giovanni Verga, was added to our collection of free classic literature.

"
Dialogues: The Chinese Catechism" "Dialogues: The Gardener's Catechism," "Memnon, the Philosopher," "The Travels of Scarmentado," "Micromegas," "The Good Brahmin," and "Plato's Dream" by Voltaire, were all added to our collection of free classic literature.

A White Heron, and The Hiltons' Holiday by Sarah Orne Jewett, were both added.

"
Our Lady's Juggler" by Anatole France, was added.

"
A Vision of Poets," "The Lost Bower," "The Runaway Slave at Pilgrim's Point," "The Dead Pan," and "Rhyme of the Duchess May" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, were all added.

"
The Steadfast Tin Soldier" by Hans Christian Andersen, was added.

"
The Embargo," by William Cullen Bryant, was added.

Our collection of
short poems by John Greenleaf Whittier, and short poems by Oliver Wendell Holmes were both expanded.

Record High and Low Temperatures in the United States was updated.

Our biographical profile of military leader
General H. Norman Schwarzkopf was expanded.

A collection of
short poems and sonnets, and Christmas poems by Christina Rossetti, were both added to our collection of free ebooks, short stories and prose.

Our extensive collection of
Commonly Confused and Frequently Misspelled Words was expanded.

Another expansion to our database of
Celebrity Death Data was made.

Our
perpetual calendar was expanded to include links to perpetual calendars encompassing some major events in history.

Our collection of
Short Poems and Sonnets by James Russell Lowell, was expanded, with the addition of, "For this true nobleness," "I fain would give to thee," "I Saw a Gate," "I would not have this perfect love," "Might I but be beloved," "Much I had mused of Love," "My Friend, Adown Life's Valley," "Poet, who sittest in thy pleasant room" "Sayest thou, most beautiful," "The soul would fain," "To----" "To the Dark, Narrow House," and "Why should we ever weary."

Another expansion was made to our collection of
Christmas Poems and Prose with the addition of "The Star of Bethlehem" by William Cullen Bryant, "Little Mandy's Christmas-Tree," and "To Santa Claus" by James Whitcomb Riley, and "Christmas in India" by Rudyard Kipling.

"
A Romance of the Ganges," from The Complete Poetical Works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1900), was added to our collection of free ebooks, short stories and prose.

"
Bellerophon," "Flowers," "Ianthe," and "New Year's Eve, 1844," by James Russell Lowell, were added to our collection of free ebooks, short stories and prose.

In August 2010, we brought a new, improved website design online, so users of smaller netbooks, and other small, handheld devices could better utilize and enjoy our resources, along with the usual computer users. Those updates are now complete. We thank you for your patience during the transition.


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