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The Last Soviet Republic: Alexander Lukashenko's Belarus

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The first serious study of Alexander Lukashenko, president of Belarus. This book exposes the reality behind the myth of 'Europe's last Dictatorship'.
Islam: An Illustrated History

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This lavishly illustrated work by two renowned scholars narrates the history of the spread of Islam all over the world, from its birth in Arabia in the seventh century to the present day. Islam remains an active and stillspreading phenomenon whose influence in…
Hopdance
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|April 1, 2017

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In a great Irish tradition of autobiographical fiction that includes James Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and Seamus Deane’s Reading in the Dark , Parker’s poignant novel depicts events surrounding the amputation of his left leg as a…
Stewart Parker: A Life
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|November 20, 2015

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Born in Belfast during World War II, raised in a working-class Protestant family, and educated on scholarship at Queen's University, writer Stewart Parker's story is in many ways the story of his generation. Other aspects of his personal history, though, such as…
Stewart Parker: Dramatis Personae & Other Writings

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Stewart Parker: Television Plays
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|August 1, 2009

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Parker Plays: 2: Northern Star; Heavenly Bodies; Pentecost

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"Stewart Parker was a playwright whose sense of history and elegance of wit and feeling were unusual in the British Theatre" (Observer) This volume includes three of Stewart Parker's most striking plays - Northern Star: 'Only an Irishman could have written…
Pentecôte
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|May 1, 1996

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Belfast, 1974, une maison des quartiers ouvriers, entre catholiques et protestants. Malgré la présence du contexte politique de la guerre civile, le sujet de la pièce nous engage de façon poétique et espiègle sur la voie du renouveau et du changement.