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In the case of some dialects, we have more than one representation - so we can compare Hardy's rustics with the poems of William Barnes (who wrote in a Dorset dialect). We take abuse seriously in our book lists. Many Irish nationalists (including Maud Gonne and Dan Breen) were sympathetic to the Nazis, and numerous other Irish nationalists were clearly anti-Jewish in their thinking. Dear Cathy, The painting arrived safely just over a week ago. Due in large part to her partnership with Tim Burton, this always entertaining British great has come to be quite popular and definitely deserves her place on this list, especially for her role in "Harry Potter" as the murderous Bellatrix Lestrange.

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Publisher: Methuen young books (December 1988)

ISBN: 0416114229

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