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Annesley, James (1715–1760), peerage claimant
(Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, 2004)
Transatlantic women’s literature
(Edinburgh University Press, 2008)
The Leicester Arch and the Temple of Janus
(Leicester Mercury Media Group Ltd, 2007-12)
Sir Edwin Lutyens was one of the foremost English architects of his day and was invited in 1919 to design a war memorial for the city of Leicester. For Lutyens the architectural challenge was to express in stone the profound ...
(Beautiful Books, 2009-01)
People shouldn't feel guilty about your carbon footprint. The way to deal with global warming is to build a bigger, better energy supply – not to change behaviour at home and in the car. People are not addicted to energy, ...
Courting failure: women and the law in twentieth-century literature
(University of Akron Press, 2007)
For the past twenty years, the law and literature movement has been gaining ground. More recently, a feminist perspective has enriched the field. With Courting Failure: Women and the Law in Twentieth-Century Literature, ...
‘If/Sins can be forgiven, if bodies rise from the dead’: forgiveness and the body in Auden’s post-conversion poems
(Continuum International Publishing, 2008)
October love failure
Continuity of practice versus change in circumstance: GDR visual culture and the East German artists. An examination of the work of Via and Pina Lewandowsky.
(Rodopi Press, 2000)
This paper examines the work of artists Via and Pina Lewandowsky. As young artists, trained in the GDR but entering post-educational practice just a year or two prior to the Wende, their artistic activity spans the turbulent ...
Under the trimithes
(European University Cyprus, 2009)