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November 12 2006 English Culture Newsletter

Greetings, Anglophiles!

Today is Remembrance Sunday in Britain, so please take a moment to reflect on the sacrifices that military men and women have made, past and present.

In honor of the occasion, here is a recent article on Remembrance Day/Remembrance Sunday.

Red Poppies and Remembrance
If you're seeing poppies popping up everywhere (artificial ones, that is), then make sure to stop for a moment and reflect on what they represent. November 11 is Remembrance Day (also known as Armistice Day), a day of reflection for all of the UK, followed by Remembrance Sunday.


If you're planning the traditional English pudding for Christmas this year, don't forget...it's nearly time to get started!

Christmas Puddings - A Long English Tradition
What would an English Christmas be without a flaming Christmas pudding, adorned with holly, on the table?


Please visit the forum and play the Da Vinci Code trivia game. "The Rough Guide to the Da Vinci Code" is still up for grabs to whomever is the first to answer three trivia questions correctly.


For my readers in the US - I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving on November 23rd!

Karyn Johnson, English Culture Editor

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