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With Ruby Lennox the central charter, Behind the Scenes at the Museum unravels the lives of six generations of women from the same family as it charts the social history of Britain. In the past.
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Meic Stephens, who has died aged 79, was one of the most productive and influential figures in Welsh writing in English. the Literature of Wales (1986) and (jointly with Dorothy Eagle) The Oxford.
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There are 10 third-level history programmes in Ireland; only one boasts a historian who has. Irish authors have been deeply preoccupied with the issue of writing an Irish literature in the English.
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and so understanding the history of the conflict, for English nationalists as well as for people living in Ireland, has never been more important. Conflict, Memory and Migration: Northern Irish.
Professor Frank Finlay, president of the association for German Studies in Great Britain and Ireland, identifies Japan’s "role. (Germans have won 74 Nobel prizes in the sciences); English.
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Our staff have research interests and expertise in all major areas of Literary Study and. Historically and nationally, my interests lie in British literature of the long. in Irish Literature, any aspect of Myth, the Western novel and history, and novels. My current book-length projects are Shakespeare on the Surface (Routledge.