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Kubrick’s Candle Tricks in Barry Lyndon. October 23, 2017 For his period epic Barry Lyndon, Stanley Kubrick insisted on shooting primarily with candlelight.

Barry F. Newell of Reading passed away suddenly on Friday, June 9, 2017.

Born on March 25, 1946 in Boston, Barry was the loving son of the late Harry Newell and Lillian (Little) Newell. Barry was a warm and caring son, brother, husband, father, grandfather, uncle and friend. He will be deeply missed.

Barry was the beloved husband of Annamae (Flahive) Newell. He was the devoted father of Ryan M. Newell and his wife Melissa and Erica L. Deane and her husband Cameron. The cherished grandfather of Lauren, Jack, Katherine, Liam, Tyler and Lorelee, Barry was the dear brother of the late Cheryl MacKay, Deana Newell and Lorelee Newell. He was the caring uncle of Robert MacKay and his wife Jan.

Barry graduated first in his class in the 50th Massachusetts State Police Training Academy. He served proudly on the Massachusetts State Police for over 40 years until his retirement in 2008. An honest and devoted man, Barry's love for his family was unparalleled. Barry was born and raised in Reading, and was a Reading Rocket through and through. A tri-captain in high school, Barry's competitive nature was perfectly balanced by his calm demeanor. Loved by all who met him, Barry was a gentle giant who was respected and loved by countless friends and family. He was a role-model to many; someone that his friends and family aspired to be like. A devoted "Papa," Barry spent his retirement years spoiling his grandchildren with a self-less, unconditional love that they could always count on. Barry's legacy will live on through his children and grandchildren.

A gifted athlete, Barry enjoyed and excelled in multiple Reading High School Sports. To honor his legacy, donations can be made in Barry's name to support the Reading High School Athletic program. Checks can be made payable to Reading Public Schools ℅ Athletic Department 82 Oakland Road Reading MA 01867.

Family and friends are cordially invited to gather and share memories with the Family on Wednesday, June 14th from 4-8pm in the Doherty – Barile Family Funeral Home, 11 Linden St. READING. Parking attendants and ramped entrance are available.

A Funeral Service Celebrating Barry's Eternal Life will be held on Thursday, June 15th at 10am in Grace Episcopal Church, 160 High St. MEDFORD. PLEASE GO DIRECTLY TO CHURCH. Interment Wood End Cemetery, Reading.

For more information, /BarileFamilyFuneralHome


At this time, United had recently won the FA Cup – their first major trophy since the appointment of Alex Ferguson as manager in November 1986. After two seasons in the league where they had finished mid table, they were finally starting to threaten the dominance of Liverpool and Arsenal , though they only managed to finish sixth that season. Ferguson's quest for a successful left winger had not been an easy one since the departure of Jesper Olsen two years earlier; he had initially signed Ralph Milne , but the player was not a success at United and lasted just one season in the first team before Ferguson secured the Southampton winger Danny Wallace in September 1989. Wallace had failed to shine at Old Trafford, and by the time Giggs turned professional Wallace was contending with 19-year-old Lee Sharpe for the role of first choice left winger. [ citation needed ]

Asked to identify the kind of writing he likes and aspires to, Nixon leaps from his chair and approaches one of two large bookshelves in the lounge of his home in the wooded hills above Christchurch. He reaches for some Australians: Tim Winton, Peter Temple, Murray Bail, Roger McDonald.

A Room of Ones Own  (1929) has become a classic feminist essay and perhaps Virginia Woolf’s best known work. The Voyage Out (1915) is highly significant as her first novel. Both focus on the place of women within the power structures of modern society. In the essay, Woolf’s prescription is clear: if a woman is to find creative expression equal to a man’s, she must have an independent income, and a room of her own. This is both an acute analysis and a spirited rallying cry, and remains surprisingly resonant and relevant in the 21st century. The novel explores these issues more personally, through the character of Rachel Vinrace, a young woman whose voyage out to South America opens up powerful encounters with her fellow-travellers, men and women. As she begins to understand her place in the world, she finds the happiness of love, but also sees its brute power. 

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