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The book presents a case for recognizing the role of black British art and artists in shaping a contemporary account of aesthetics as a field of social practice.
A contemporary account reads: "A new spirit was infused into the place by the Palmer Brothers.
A contemporary account by Charles Astor Bristed reveals undergraduates regularly took part in "virile" activities.
Henry and Elizabeth lived together amicably at court and the contemporary account of their mutual grief and comforting of each other over Prince Arthur's premature death in 1502 is extremely touching.
But one contemporary account suggests that most of the players thought nothing of the incident until the press made a fuss.
From the fall of Thatcher, through the roller-coaster Major years to the rise of Tony Blair, this book provides an unvarnished contemporary account of seven momentous years in British political life.
It will obviously rank as a central contemporary account of the Nazi regime.
This harrowing contemporary account of growing up in the Irish ghetto of a poverty-stricken Boston suburb - where the women are saints, the men are rogues and vast quantities of children are churned out with half an eye on poor life expectancies - owes much to the McCourt brothers.
THE FULLEST contemporary account of the death of William II of England, while hunting in the New Forest, comes from William of Malmesbury, a monk who was the leading chronicler of his day.
Part of the long running series of Western frontier titles from the University of Oklahoma press, this volume reprints in its entirety an 1877 volume, the first contemporary account of the last campaigns of General George Armstrong Custer and his infamous defeat at Little Big Horn.
Oddly, despite its status as the most authoritative contemporary account of this catastrophe, Luigi Guicciardini's narrative has not been reprinted since 1867.
A contemporary account of the Palm Sunday ceremonies, heavily allegorized, was published by Thomas Becon in 1542.

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