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The correct answer to the given question is letter A or William Golding. Born William Gerald Golding on September 19, 1911 in Newquay, Cornwall, England, and some of his works include the following: Lord of the Flies which was published in 1954, The Inheritors published in 1955, Free Fall in 1959, The Spire in 1964, Darkness Visible in 1979, The Paper Men published in 1984, Rites of Passage in 1980, Close Quarters in 1987, Fire Down Below in 1989, and The Double Tongue in 1995.

Lord of the Flies was published on September 17, 1954 by Faber and Faber and covered the story of several boys who were stranded in an island in a remote region in the Pacific Ocean.

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The correct answer to the given question is letter A or Charles Dickens. Born Charles John Huffam Dickens on February 07, 1812 in Landport, Hampshire, England, and some of his works include the following: Oliver Twist which was published in 1839, The Old Curiosity Shop published in 1841, A Christmas Carol published in 1843, Martin Chuzzlewit published in 1844, The Cricket on the Hearth published in 1945, The Battle of Life published in 1846, The Haunted Man and the Ghost’s Bargain in 1848, David Copperfield in 1850, Bleak House in 1853, Little Dorrit in 1857, Our Mutual Friend in 1865, and A Holiday Romance in 1868. Great Expectations was published in 1861 and covered the story of Pip who encountered an escaped prisoner in the churchyard.

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The correct answer to the given question is letter A or Ernest Hemingway. Born Ernest Miller Hemingway on July 21, 1899 in Oak Park, Illinois, some of his works include The Torrents of Spring which was published in 1926, The Sun Also Rises which was published in 1926, A Farewell to Arms which was published in 1929, To Have and Have Not which was published in 1937, For Whom the Bell Tolls which was published in 1940, The Old Man and the Sea in 1952, The Garden of Eden in 1986, Death in the Afternoon in 1932, A Moveable Feast in 1964, The Dangerous Summer in 1985, and True at First Light in 1999. For Whom the Bell Tolls was published on October 21, 1940 by Charles Scribner’s Sons and covered the story of Robert Jordan.

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Sharon Draper wrote "Double Dutch". Born Sharon Mills Draper on August 21, 1948 in Cleveland, Ohio, she was known as the author of some of the following books: Tears of a Tiger published in 1994, Darkness Before Dawn in 2002, The Battle of Jericho in 2003, November Blues in 2007, Sassy: The Silver Secret in 2010, Sassy: The Dazzle Disaster Dinner Party in 2012, and The Buried Bones Mystery in 1994. Double Dutch was published in 2002 and covered the story of Delia and Randy, and their adventures which eventually threatened their friendship.

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Before we answer this question, the correct spelling should be “Bridget Jones’s Diary”. It was written by Helen Fielding and was published in 1996 by Picador. Helen Fielding was born on February 19, 1958 in Morley, West Yorkshire, and her works include some of the following: Cause Celeb which was published in 1994, Bridget Jone’s Diary in 1996, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason in 1999, and Olivia Joules and the Overactive Imagination published in 2003. Bridget Jones’s Diary covered the story of Bridget who wrote about her family, friends, love life, vices, and her career.

It was adapted into a film in 2002 which starred Renee Zellweger as Bridget Jones, Colin Firth as Mark Darcy, Hugh Grant as Daniel Cleaver, and Jim Broadbent as Mr. Colin Jones, to name a few.

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Johnny Swanson is a novel by British writer Eleanor Updale. The book was published in 2010 but is set in 1929 England. The book is a children’s book that incorporates familial love, friendship, and learning to do the right thing. Johnny Swanson is a boy whose father has died in the war.

Johnny struggles to take care of his mother and himself with very little money to work with. John makes up and aunt named Ada in the book. Ada happens to know everything and she’ll share that information for a shilling.

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The prince of the children of Rueben was Elizur. The tribe of Rueben was one of the 12 tribes that settled on the eastern side of the Jordan River after the Exodus from Egypt. Elizur was the son of Shedeur who led the people of Rueben.

As an offering of dedication to the sanctuary Elizur brought a silver dish and a silver bowl both full of fine flour mixed with oil fro a grain offering.

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Shelumiel was the prince of the children of Simeon. The Simeon tribe was on of the 12 tribes that settled east of the Jordan River after the Exodus from Egypt. There are a variety of opinions about the tribe’s origins and early history.

All the way from Genesis to the Babylonian captivity the Bible has various details about the history but after the Babylonian captivity the tribe disappears from the records. There are also a lot extra biblical traditional Jewish pieces of literature that provide additional material on the tribe.

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The Prince of the children of Gad is Eliasaph. The tribe of Gad was one of the tribes of Israel who settled on the eastern side of the Jordan River after the Exodus from Egypt. Gad was one of 12 tribes others included Rueben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Dan, Naphtali, Asher, Issachar, Zebulun, Joseph, and Benjamin.

The tribe of Gad was a member of the loose confederation of tribes from the conquest of the land by Joshua until the formation of the kingdom of Israel.

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Jacobo Arbenz Guzman was the 25th president of Guatemala. Guzman was a military officer that revolted and won control of Guatemala. He saw a need for a change and a social reform in the nation. Guzman lived from 1913 to 1971 and was nicknamed the big blonde or sometimes the Swiss for his Swiss origins. He was actually the second democratically elected president in Guatemalan history.

Arbenz was born into a middle class family in which his father was a Swiss German and his mother was a Guatemalan. He graduated with honors from a military academy and then rose quickly through the ranks.

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