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The Land Of Lost Content

Author : Subhadrasinhji D. Jadeja
ISBN : OCLC:990793960
Genre : India
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A personal story of the author who was born in the Royal family of an Indian State during the British Raj. The book also presents a graphic picture of the public life in a typical Indian State. This is followed by an account of the transition to independence and the establishment of the Republic and the impact of the same on what was Indian India and British India.
Category: India

The Land Of Lost Content

Author : Ian Smillie
ISBN : WISC:89058463365
Genre : Economic assistance, Canadian
File Size : 43.18 MB
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Category: Economic assistance, Canadian

The Land Of Lost Content

Author : Sureshini Sanders
ISBN : 9781909461093
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Three children under the age of ten are left in the care of their elderly grandparents in the north of Ceylon. What was an unfortunate necessity transpires to be the making of them. They are last to experience a traditional way of life that was centuries old, before the onslaught of civil war changed everything forever. Their father was one of the many doctors who migrated to the United Kingdom in the sixties and seventies - with ?3 in his pocket. They followed in his footsteps and between them served the NHS for over one hundred years. This true story explores the love of country and family; a tale of betrayal, migration and above all human resilience.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

From The Land Of Lost Content

Author : Noel Barber
ISBN : UOM:39015047787802
Genre : Tibet
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"Nearly everyone knows the dramatic story of the Dalai Lama, who in 1959 was forced to flee Tibet and the people whom he ruled. Not as many know the stirring and terrible events behind that escape--events which culminated in a spontaneous uprising of the Tibetan people in the capital city of Lhasa. This book, based on interviews with many of the participants (including the Dalai Lama himself), and containing a wealth of unpublished material, carefully reconstructs both the revolt and the Dalai Lama's journey."--Book jacket.
Category: Tibet

The Land Of Lost Content

Author : Rosemary Lloyd
ISBN : 019815173X
Genre : Social Science
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The Land of Lost Content explores the ways in which nineteenth-century French writers represented childhood and children in their work. Rosemary Lloyd considers poetry, fiction, autobiographies, and letters to trace the ways in which a range of writers gradually responded to changing concepts of the self. After a study of central problems and recurrent motifs encountered in autobiography, a chronological survey of fictional texts shows the development of a series of myths of childhood successively debunked by later writers, who in turn create their own myths. Further chapters explore such central themes as reading, nature, and school, and examine the evolution of a literature in which the child becomes the main protagonist, as well as addressing the question of whether the child figure is merely used as a reductive stereotype. This is the first study of childhood in nineteenth-century France to range from autobiography through major fiction to works for children, and to use as its primary focus the narratological difficulties of recreating childhood.
Category: Social Science

The Land Of Lost Content

Author : Denise Robertson
ISBN : 1853894184
Genre : Durham (England : County)
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Family saga. Widowed at 32, Fran struggles to raise her son, to find independence and love in a close-knit Durham village.
Category: Durham (England : County)

The Land Of Lost Content

Author : Mark Peel
ISBN : 1858214009
Genre : England
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In this, the first biography to be published of Anthony Chenevix-Trench, Mark Peel tells the story of th e headmaster whose idiosyncratic style of leadership failed him in the most important challenge of his career. '
Category: England