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His mother died soon afterwards, his father when he was 10 years old. About two years later he was sent to Victoria where an uncle was a farmer near Geelong.
He worked on his uncle's farm, then in a chemist's shop at Bendigo, and then on a station. Two years later he went to New Zealand and for many years was a journalist. His second volume, Behind the Tomb; and other Poems, was published at Melbourne in and in Flowers of the Free Lands was published at Dunedin.
In Bracken was elected to the house of representatives for Dunedin Central, but at the election lost his seat by three votes. He was elected again in but was not a candidate in or at any subsequent election. In the meantime he had published in Lays of the Land of the Maori and Moa, which contains some of his best work.
A collection of his poems with illustrations, Musings in Maoriland, was published in Bracken went to Australia to Shakespeare and brutus gay its sales, and a large number of copies was disposed of.
He also did some lecturing which was not a success. In a selection from his poems, Lays and Lyrics; God's Own Country and other Poems was published, and in Bracken was given the bill readership in the house of representatives at Wellington.
His health, however, was declining and he returned to Dunedin within a year. He died there in straightened circumstances on 16 February He had come from Protestant Irish stock but became a Roman Catholic during the last two years of his life.
He left a widow and one son. Bracken was a man of generous temperament and a good journalist, but his reputation as a poet has steadily declined. Some of his work is good popular verse, but the bulk of it is quite undistinguished.
He is remembered as the author of the phrase "God's Own Country" as applied to New Zealand, and for a set of verses "Not Understood", the somewhat over-facile sentiment of which has had much appeal to more than one generation of reciters.
A selection from Bracken's poems, Not Understood and other Poems, first published inhas since been reprinted in many editions. Otago Daily Times, 17 February ; G. W Otterson, Memoirs of Thomas Bracken.
He was the son of Henry Braddon, a solicitor and his wife, formerly Fanny White. Miss Braddon the novelist was a younger sister. Educated privately and at University College, London, he went to India in to join his cousin's mercantile firm. He afterwards joined the Indian civil service and became an assistant-commissioner, fought with distinction as a volunteer during the Indian mutiny, and afterwards filled various important official posts.
He was inspector-general of registration and commissioner of excise and stamps when he retired with a pension in He went to Tasmania, in the following year was elected a member of the house of assembly for West Devon, and represented that constituency until November He became leader of the opposition in and on the defeat of the Agnew q.
He, however, resigned the premiership to Sir Philip Fysh q. On 1 November he was appointed agent-general for Tasmania in London, and held this position with distinction until September On returning to Tasmania he was again elected member for West Devon and leader of the opposition.
In April he became premier and held office until 12 Octoberthe longest period any ministry had been in power in Tasmania up to that date.
Braddon also took an important part in the federal movement in Tasmania, and in represented Tasmania on the federal council. He was in England when the convention was held, but, after his return, did much speaking for the movement. He was elected as one of the Tasmanian representatives to the convention and was responsible for the famous "Braddon Clause" known by its opponents as the "Braddon Blot".
The individual colonies, by surrendering their powers to levy customs duties, were deprived of their principal source of revenue, and their problem was how to make this good. Braddon moved a motion the effect of which was that the Commonwealth must return to the states three-fourths of the amount collected in each state from customs and excise duties.
It was passed, but there was much discussion about it, and at one stage Reid q. Eventually a compromise was arrived at by which it was agreed that the clause would be operative for a period of 10 years only.
It was a subject of many conferences during the first 10 years of federation, and was eventually superseded by the Surplus Revenue Act, No. Braddon was elected as a Tasmanian member to the first federal house of representatives, as an ardent freetrader became a member of the Reid party, and during Reid's absence occasionally acted as leader of the opposition.
He was reelected for Wilmot in Decemberbut died suddenly at his home in Tasmania on 2 February before parliament met. He was a scholarly and picturesque figure in Tasmanian politics who did excellent administrative work.Shakespeare homepage | Julius Caesar | Act 4, Scene 3 Previous scene | Next scene.
SCENE III. Brutus's tent. Enter BRUTUS and CASSIUS CASSIUS That you have wrong'd me doth appear in this: You have condemn'd and noted Lucius Pella For taking bribes here of the Sardians; Wherein my letters, praying on his side.
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Historically, Caesar played paternal role to Brutus, and Plutarch said that there was some evidence to Brutus being his biological son.
ONE. But, you may say, we asked you to speak about women and fiction--what, has that got to do with a room of one's own? I will try to explain. Salome Jens Salome Jens has appeared in lead roles on Broadway in Far Country, Night Life, The Disenchanted, Patriot For Me, A Lie of the Mind. Marcus Brutus was an idealist, supported one of Caesar's enemies at one time, feared Caesar's ambition, married to Portia. Caius Cassius thin, quick-tempered, held a gru dge against Caesar.
If you’re asking if either of the characters are gay, then Caesar may have been while Brutus almost certainly was not. SCENE III. Brutus's tent.
Enter BRUTUS and CASSIUS CASSIUS That you have wrong'd me doth appear in this: You have condemn'd and noted Lucius Pella.