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The Dynasty

Author : Jad Adams
ISBN : UOM:39015041317192
Genre : Heads of state
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Based on diaries, letters, contemporary journalistic accounts, new research and exclusive interviews with politicians, business leaders, family members and colleagues of the Nehrus and Gandhis, The Dynasty traces the rise of the family from 1857 through India's independence in 1948, and on through the ill-fated reigns of Indira and Rajiv Gandhi. The unique access of authors Jad Adams and Phillip Whitehead to the personal accounts of Indian, British and other foreign observers provides a new and intimate perspective on the passions and rivalries of Eastern royalty, and an exhaustive tour of fifty years of war, imprisonment and terrorism, tragedy and triumph. - Publisher.
Category: Heads of state

The Dynasty

Author : Claire Lorrimer
ISBN : 9780748123193
Genre : Fiction
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Young, headstrong and wilful, Zandra Rochford marries her first love, Anthony Wisson, believing that his success and strength of character match his good looks and extraordinary generosity. She is unaware that it is her connection to the respected Rochford family that has prompted his offer of marriage. As her eyes are opened to the truth of her husband's cruelty, she turns more frequently to Guy Bristow, her husband's personal assistant, whose values and ideals match her own. On the outbreak of the Second World War, Guy is captured at Dunkirk and now not only he but all the members of the Rochford family face terrible danger as the German invasion becomes imminent...
Category: Fiction

Gustav Secures The Dynasty

Author : Graham Pratt
ISBN : 9781481780834
Genre : Fiction
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The further adventures of Gustav in the first book, we read of the civil partnership with Robert. Now Gustav's parents want grandchildren. Gustav and Robert adopt two children. But Uncle Ernst calls a special meeting of the family has he sold the business to a rival, who will succeed him when he dies. How will Gustav secure the dynasty?
Category: Fiction

Servants Of The Dynasty

Author : Anne Walthall
ISBN : 9780520254442
Genre : History
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Mothers, wives, concubines, entertainers, attendants, officials, maids, drudges. By offering the first comparative view of the women who lived, worked, and served in royal courts around the globe, this work opens a new perspective on the monarchies that have dominated much of human history. Written by leading historians, anthropologists, and archeologists, these lively essays take us from Mayan states to twentieth-century Benin in Nigeria, to the palace of Japanese Shoguns, the Chinese Imperial courts, eighteenth-century Versailles, Mughal India, and beyond. Together they investigate how women's roles differed, how their roles changed over time, and how their histories can illuminate the structures of power and societies in which they lived. This work also furthers our understanding of how royal courts, created to project the authority of male rulers, maintained themselves through the reproductive and productive powers of women.
Category: History

The Dynasty Years

Author : Jostein Gripsrud
ISBN : 9781134884902
Genre : Social Science
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The Dynasty Years documents and analyses in detail 'the Dynasty phenomenon', the hotly debated success of the Hollywood-made 'Rolls Royce of a primetime soap' which heralded a profound transformation of European television. From the operatic camp of Krystle and Alexis' fight in the lilypond or the Moldavian wedding massacre to the unprecedented gay sub-plot, Dynasty represented, in the words of co-producer Esther Shapiro, "the ultimate dollhouse fantasy for middle-aged women". Using evidence from audience survey results, newspaper and magazine clippings and letters to broadcasters and drawing on semiotics, psychoanalysis, feminism and critical social theories, Jostein Gripsrud examines every aspect of Dynasty's production, reception and context. The result is a groundbreaking critical study. Jostein Gripsrud offers a theoretical but empirically grounded critique of many central positions in media studies, including notions of 'audience resistance' and the 'sovereign' audience and its freedom in meaning-making, arguing against what he perceives as the uncritical celebrations of the soap-opera genre in much contemporary media criticism.
Category: Social Science

The Dynasty

Author : K. D. Cordice
ISBN : 9781365981449
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The Dynasty Builder

Author : David Williams-Thomas
ISBN : 9781785451089
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The book is based on the diaries of one of the principal protagonists in the Victorian handmade glass industry, Samuel Cox Williams – the Dynasty Builder. Samuel lived near Stourbridge for forty years, founding Stevens & Williams in 1846 and building it into the most important Art Glass manufacturer in the world (it was later to become Royal Brierley Crystal). This book is principally about Samuel, his business and family life and is based on the diaries he kept from 1869-1883. It also covers the history of the firm from the end of this period up to 1998, when the family’s involvement in the business finished. The author David Williams-Thomas is Samuel’s great-great-grandson and ran the business throughout his own working life.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Dynasty Of Chernigov 1146 1246

Author : Martin Dimnik
ISBN : 1139436848
Genre : History
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Historians in pre-revolutionary Russia, in the Soviet Union, in contemporary Russia, and in the West have consistently relegated the medieval dynasty of Chernigov to a place of minor importance in Kievan Rus'. This view was reinforced by the evidence that, after the Mongols invaded Rus' in 1237, the two branches from the House of Monomakh living in the Rostov-Suzdal' and Galicia-Volyn' regions emerged as the most powerful. However, careful examination of the chronicle accounts reporting the dynasty's history during the second half of the twelfth and the first half of the thirteenth century shows that the Ol'govichi of Chernigov successfully challenged the Monomashichi for supremacy in Rus'. Through a critical analysis of the available primary sources (such as chronicles, archaeology, coins, seals, 'graffiti' in churches, and architecture) this 2003 book attempts correct the pervading erroneous view by allocating to the Ol'govichi their rightful place in the dynastic hierarchy of Kievan Rus'.
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