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Fatah's father, grandfather, and great grandfather have served as gravediggers at the graveyard.
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Working as a gravedigger for more than two decades, Antoniotti has seen just about everything.
The gravedigger (Feltman) is waiting and remorse will mean nothing when time is over."
Vignettes of a gravedigger warming his dusty, swollen hands over a
The Gravedigger's Daughter is unquestionably one of Oates' finest novels, rendered in taut, vivid language, with an emotional power some of her novels lack." JOANNE V.
Boris Steinegger presents an intriguing microhistorical account of a gravedigger charged with caring for two young pastor's children orphaned by the plague.
FITCHBURG - A gravedigger was arrested yesterday for allegedly taking bones from a grave to make an ashtray and pipe, and for killing his dog by hitting it in the head with a rock, said police Lt.
In handwritten rehearsal notes in the archives of the Shakespeare Centre for the 1989 Royal Shakespeare Company's production of Hamlet, the author discovers a reference to the Second Gravedigger as "the gravediggers daughter" (1).
A gravedigger who took her former council bosses to an employment tribunal will have to wait to see if her allegations of victimisation against them are upheld.
With Greg Hicks (Ghost of Hamlet, Player King, Gravedigger), Clive Wood (Claudius), Sian Thomas (Gertrude), Toby Stephens (Hamlet), Richard Cordery (Polonius), Gideon Turner (Laertes), Meg Fraser (Ophelia), Jessica Tomchank (Lady), Forbes Masson (Horatio), John Mackay (Rosencrantz), John Killoran (Guildenstern), Neil Madden (Francisco), Ian Drysdale (Barnardo), Sion Tudor Owen (Marcellus), Edward Clarke (Voltimand), Jonathan Forbes (Fortinbras), Anita Booth (Player Queen), and others.
The famous Irish-American newspaperman, renowned for his interview with John Kennedy's gravedigger, reconstructs Gutierrez's life, describing the dangerous passage he made from the dusty and impoverished town of San Matias in central Mexico to a Brighton Beach apartment sardine-packed with Mexican expatriates.