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School of Arts Education & Movement. Lane, Dermot A. (e. Place Of Publication
School of Arts Education & Movement. School of Human Development. School of Inclusive & Special Education. School of Policy & Practice. School of STEM Education, Innovation & Global Studies. Faculty of Science & Health. Place Of Publication: Blackrock. Year of Publication: 1986.
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by Patrick Wallace, Dermot A. Lane. Published 1986 by Paulist Press in New York. Religious education, Christian education, History. Papers based on a series of public lectures which took place between 1983 and 1986 and are here presented in the form of a Festschrift to Patrick Wallace. Includes bibliographical references and index. 172 p. ; Number of pages.
Written in honor of King George III, this was a poem of praise for a notable person of the day, as were the subjects of many of Wheatley's poems
Written in honor of King George III, this was a poem of praise for a notable person of the day, as were the subjects of many of Wheatley's poems. Wheatley was the first African-American to publish a book, man or woman, and the first to achieve an international reputation when she travelled to London to publish Poems on Various Subjects in 1773.
essays in honour of Patrick Wallace. Published 1986 by Columba in Blackrock.
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