By Morgan Llywelyn

ISBN-10: 1847176550

ISBN-13: 9781847176554

The date was once sturdy Friday, April twenty third within the 12 months of Our Lord 1014. the main ferocious conflict ever fought in eire used to be approximately to begin...

In the 3 many years for the reason that Morgan Llyweyln wrote the bestselling novel Lion of eire, she has studied the mythical lifetime of Brian Boru, excessive King of eire. frequently brushed aside as a legendary determine, as all of the identified evidence approximately him are contained in the numerous Irish annals. yet thirty years of study have led Llyweyln to finish with sure bet that Brian Boru truly lived, an excellent conflict came about in 1014: and eire won.

Read concerning the lifetime of Brian Boru and the conflict that modified the process Irish background during this intriguing and obtainable account.

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There are many unknown soldiers in the novel on both sides of the trenches. They are the bodies piled three deep in the shell craters, the mutilated bodies thrown about in the fields, the “naked soldier squatting in the fork of a tree . . his helmet on, otherwise he is entirely unclad. ” The unknown soldiers are background. The novel focuses on Paul Baumer, the narrator, and his comrades of the Second Company, chiefly Albert Kropp. his close friend, and Stanislaus Katczinsky, the leader of the group.

Available online. URL: http://www. html. THE AGE OF KEYNES Author: Robert Lekachman Original date and place of publication: 1966, United States Publisher: Random House Literary form: Nonfiction SUMMARY This study is divided into two parts, their titles revealing the book’s structure and content: “Keynes and Keynesian Economics” offers a biographical sketch representing John Maynard Keynes’s early life, focusing on the evolution of his theories, and the General Theory itself; several chapters reflect its application.

FURTHER READING Cohen, Robert. ” Newark Star-Ledger, June 23, 1972, p. 17. ———. ” Newark Star-Ledger, June 15, 1972, p. 11. 17 ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT Cohen, Robert. ” Newark Star-Ledger, June 27, 1972, p. 15. Moffatt, George. ” Newark Star-Ledger, June 28, 1972, p. 18. ———. ” Newark Star-Ledger, July 6, 1972, p. 20. ” New York Times, June 18, 1972, p. 50. ” Newsletter on Intellectual Freedom 21 (1972): 147. ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT Author: Erich Maria Remarque Original dates and places of publication: 1928, Germany; 1929, United States Publishers: Impropylaen-Verlag; Little, Brown and Company Literary form: Novel SUMMARY He fell in October 1918, on a day that was so quiet and still on the whole front, that the army report confined itself to the single sentence: All quiet on the Western Front.

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