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A Short History of the English People - Vol I

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        StatementPomona Press
        PublishersPomona Press
        Classifications
        LC ClassificationsJanuary 1, 2006
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 81 p. :
        Number of Pages62
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 101406792292
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A short history of the English language

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This article was written as part of ECOFISH, which is a project of the Benguela Current Commission, the Technical University of Denmark, and the University of Cape Town. But the parts that were interesting and well-told were extraordinary, insightful, and almost lyrical.

We begin, then, with an island at the "end of the world" being invaded and connected to continental civilization, and developing through until at the end of the long conflict with France, England is again its own sceptered isle, left to chart its own course. But in the fifteenth century the murder of the two young princes by the very man who had undertaken to protect them was regarded as an atrocious crime, never to be forgotten or forgiven.

The island was formerly distinguished by twenty-eight A Short History of the English People - Vol I cities, besides innumerable forts, which were all strongly secured with walls, towers, gates, and bars. Then follows an account of the state of the English episcopate in 731, the year in which Bede finished the History. I've read far more stiff, less interesting and less detailed accounts of similar material, but that doesn't make this "historical fiction like" a la Alison Weir.

Besides the most minute and accurate work on the text, it contains a copious and interesting commentary and the fullest references to the various sources upon which the editor has drawn.

Worked example of a loss-making short sale Shares in ACME Inc. Ecology and Society 18 4 : 66. At first, they obliged them to furnish a greater quantity of provisions; and, seeking an occasion of quarrel, protested, that unless more plentiful supplies were brought them, they would break the league, and ravage all the island; nor were they backward in putting their threats into execution. After all, as we say, literature is the mirror of society!

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