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  • The Curfew is a fantasy, but built out from actual governmental acts and decisions of the recent years.

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  • The Curfew is a futuristic adventure set in an Orwellian Britain where the population is locked in to their homes every night.

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  • Book; obliged the people to put out their fires and candles at a certain hour every night, on the ringing of a bell which was called The Curfew; introduced the Norman dresses and manners; made the Normans masters everywhere, and the English, servants; turned out the English bishops, and put Normans in their places; and showed himself to be the Conqueror indeed.

    A Child's History of England

  • - Speaking of kick-ass edugames my wife's behind, The Curfew is a forthcoming Channel

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  • As in his other poems, this verse from "Curfew" juxtaposes shreds of beauty against the horror.

    Brigid Brett: The Long Shelf of War

  • "Curfew," hence to "Barbara Frietchie" and "Young Lochinvar," and as he read Hinton sat with closed eyes and traveled into the past.

    Mr. Opp

  • Tower, spires, trees and landscape assume one sombre hue; clear cut against the sky their forms appear; and, as night falls, the single deep-toned bell rings out the "Curfew" across the silent vale.

    Evesham

  • You see, the firm are agents for the "Curfew," and as soon as I got all the furniture in I insured the whole concern and got a protection note, so we're all right.

    The Talking Horse And Other Tales

  • Left Archive: Law (?) and Orders: The Belfast 'Curfew' of 3-5 July 1970, Central Citizens '

    Irish Blogs

  • McCann's "Everything in This Country Must" and Sean O'Reilly's "Curfew" both use a backdrop of the Northern Irish Troubles in striking - even violent - ways; Hugo Hamilton's "The Supremacy of Grief" and Jennifer C. Cornell's "The Swing of Things" both feature newly widowed men.

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