Tools and weapons illustrated by the Egyptian collection in by Sir W. M. Flinders Petrie

By Sir W. M. Flinders Petrie

Иллюстрированный каталог и исследование собрания древнеегипетских предметов оружия и инструментов коллекции college collage, London.

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Best Loved Quilting Themes by Debbie Mumm

By Debbie Mumm

Written via Debbie Mumm, this ebook celebrates 4 of her favourite themes:Gathering backyard, Quilters Quarters, Sunflower Tea, and All approximately Noah.There are 28 duvet, craft, and adorning initiatives. released in 2003, the 111 web page booklet has complete colour images of every venture and comprise: classic rose lap duvet, flannel board, crib headboard, and bumpers.

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Germans as Victims in the Literary Fiction of the Berlin by Stuart Taberner, Karina Berger

By Stuart Taberner, Karina Berger

Lately it has develop into even more authorised in Germany to think about points of the second one global conflict within which Germans weren't perpetrators, yet sufferers: the Allied bombing crusade, expulsions of "ethnic" Germans, mass rapes of German girls, and postwar internment and persecution. An explosion of literary fiction on those themes has followed this development. Sebald's The Air warfare and Literature and Grass's Crabwalk are key texts, yet there are lots of others; the nice majority search to not revise German accountability for the Holocaust yet to stability German victimhood and German perpetration. This publication of essays is the 1st in English to envision heavily the diversity of those texts. a gap part at the Nineteen Fifties -- a decade of severe literary engagement with German victimhood ahead of the focal point shifted to German perpetration -- presents context, drawing parallels but in addition noting changes among the fast postwar interval and at the present time. the second one part specializes in key texts written because the mid-1990s shifts in views at the Nazi prior, on perpetration and victimhood, on "ordinary Germans," and at the stability among ancient empathy and condemnation. participants: Karina Berger, Elizabeth Boa, Stephen Brockmann, David Clarke, Mary Cosgrove, Rick Crownshaw, Helen Finch, Frank Finlay, Katharina corridor, Colette Lawson, Caroline Schaumann, Helmut Schmitz, Kathrin Sch?¶del, and Stuart Taberner.

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