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Ireland is still a place where the country way of life is more dominant than city life. Scandinavian influence on the language does not stop with the end of the Danelaw, however: in the 19th and 20th centuries maritime trade and commerce in the North Sea and the Baltic brought many Danes, Norwegians and Swedes to ports like Hull and Newcastle. Theatre for a Media-Saturated Age: Sarah Gorman (Roehampton University) "This volume provides valuable insight into the issues and practices of contemporary theater.

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Publisher: Headline Book Publishing (October 1996)

ISBN: 0747253544

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