Long Journey Into Manhood

Author: Gregory Day

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 240

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At the pinnacle of his career, a man to be envied by many suddenly finds the scene before him changed, and he is thrust into battle with an enemy who has dogged his steps his entire life.

The Decade-Long Journey of Korea’s FTAs

Author: Institute for International Trade (the research think tank of South Korea International Trade Association)

Publisher: 길잡이미디어

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 54

View: 911

I. The Decade-Long Journey of Korea’s FTAs 1. Historical rogress 2. FTA trategies 3. Development of FTA Procedures 4. Communication between Government and Industries 5. FTA Utilization 6. Domestic Compensatory Measures II. Conclusion and Implications 1. Conclusion 2. Implications

The Long Journey

Vietnamese Migration and Settlement in Australia

Author: Nancy Viviani

Publisher: Carlton, Vic. : Melbourne University Press ; Beaverton, OR, : International Scholarly Book Services

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 316

View: 141

A Long Journey

Author: George Charney

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Communists

Page: 340

View: 199

The Long Journey

A Novel

Author: Wayne Greenhaw

Publisher: River City Pub

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 312

View: 161

A boy's adventures in travelling to meet his brother returning home from MWI.

The Desert Virgin (Mills & Boon Modern) (Uncut, Book 2)

Author: Sandra Marton

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 192

View: 373

Cameron Knight is a fearless troubleshooter on a mission in the desert kingdom of Baslaam.... Leanna DeMarco is a ballerina; she's been abducted to dance for the sultan of Baslaam.... When the sultan offers Leanna to Cam, he sees a way to escape with her across the sands. But she's temptation! Can Cam resist taking the sultan's gift?

An International Annotated Bibliography of Strindberg Studies 1870-2005: The plays

Author: Michael Robinson

Publisher: MHRA

ISBN:

Category: Reference

Page: 756

View: 712

This copiously annotated bibliography documents and examines the whole range of commentary on Strindberg's works and activity in many fields besides the plays for which he is internationally best known. These include his prose fiction and poetry, his work as an historian and natural historian, and his relationship to the other arts, most notably his painting. It is concerned with both lasting works of literary and dramatic criticism, as well as reviews of his books and plays in the theatre, and some more ephemeral material, all of this in several languages. Organised generically and by subject and individual work, the bibliography enables the reader to trace the changing impact of Strindberg and his works in various countries and during different periods. It is thus very much a study in reception as well as a bibliographical record of published material. It traces the developing image of Strindberg and his writing both during his lifetime and in subsequent years, and with frequent cross reference offers a comprehensive overview of a literary and existential project that has rarely been matched for its multifaceted diversity. The bibliography is published in three parts. Volume 1, General Studies (978-0-947623-81-4) and Volume 3, Prose, Poetry, Miscellaneous (978-0-947623-83-8) are also now available. Michael Robinson is Emeritus Professor of Drama and Scandinavian Studies at the University of East Anglia, Norwich.

The Testimonies of Slaves

Hundreds of Recorded Interviews and Life Stories of Former Slaves in the South

Author: Work Projects Administration

Publisher: e-artnow

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 7859

View: 777

Musaicum Books presents to you this meticulously collection of hundreds of life stories, recorded interviews and incredible vivid testimonies of former slaves from the American southern states, including photos of the people being interviewed and their extraordinary narratives. After the end of Civil War in 1865, more than four million slaves were set free. There were several efforts to record the remembrances of the former slaves. The Federal Writers' Project was one such project by the United States federal government to support writers during the Great Depression by asking them to interview and record the myriad stories and experiences of slavery of former slaves. The resulting collection preserved hundreds of life stories from 17 U.S. states that would otherwise have been lost in din of modernity and America's eagerness to deliberately forget the blot on its recent past. Contents: Alabama Arkansas Florida Georgia Indiana Kansas Kentucky Maryland Mississippi Missouri North Carolina Ohio Oklahoma South Carolina Tennessee Texas Virginia