Bleak

Bleak may refer to:

Fish
  • Common Bleak, Alburnus alburnus
  • Danube Bleak, Alburnus chalcoides
  • Italian Bleak, Alburnus albidus
  • Alburnoides bipunctatus, also known as the Schneider
Music
  • A song by Opeth on the Blackwater Park album
  • Bleak (band), Finnish rock band
People
  • David B. Bleak, decorated US soldier of the Korean War

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Other articles related to "bleak":

Bleak House (Knoxville, Tennessee)
... Bleak House is an antebellum Classical Revival style house in Knoxville, Tennessee ... named the house after Charles Dickens' "Bleak House" novel of the same name ...
Bleak House Books
... Bleak House Books is an imprint of Big Earth Publishing ... Before being acquired by Big Earth in 2005, Bleak House began as an independent publisher, releasing its first book in 2001 ... Bleak House is a publisher of hardboiled/noir books with real type protagonists, focusing more upon the people in them and the way they live in the world ...
Bleak House (disambiguation)
... Bleak House is a novel ... Bleak House may also refer to Bleak House (1920 film), a silent British film directed by Thomas Bentley Bleak House (1959 TV serial) Bleak House (1985 TV serial) Bleak House (2005 TV serial ...
Bleak (band)
... Bleak is a Finnish rock band formed in 1997 and split in 2009 ... Bleak is now known as Fireal ... Bleak stuck strictly to grunge during the first years of its career ...

Famous quotes containing the word bleak:

    Stupid or smart, there wasn’t much choice about what was going to happen to me ... Growing up was like falling into a hole.... I might not quit school, not while Mama had any say in the matter, but what difference would that make? What was I going to do in five years? Work in the textile mill? Join Mama at the diner? It all looked bleak to me. No wonder people got crazy as they grew up.
    Dorothy Allison (b. 1953)

    Ah, distinctly I remember it was in the bleak December,
    And each separate dying ember wrought its ghost upon the floor.
    Eagerly I wished the morrow;Mvainly I had sought to borrow
    From my books surcease of sorrow—sorrow for the lost Lenore—
    Edgar Allan Poe (1809–1849)

    Go, birds of spring: let winter have his fee;
    Let a bleak paleness chalk the door,
    So all within be livelier than before.
    George Herbert (1593–1633)