Pray Heaven that no family in Boston turned one of these poor exiles from their door!
The exiles grew old in the British provinces, and never saw Acadia again.
We share the pain of our kinsmen, the Crimean Tatars, as well as brotherly peoples of the Caucasus and respectfully honour the memory of those lost their lives during these exiles
Symptomatic of the overload of the system was the huge proportion of exiles
who escaped captivity.
The WRU have been keeping tabs on him for some time through their Exiles
programme and it's understood he may well be joining the Scarlets Academy for next season.
As Stefa unfolds the mystery of the young woman, whom he has never met, he is pulled deeper into the tragic life of one of Albania's internal exiles
. Classical myths (particularly the story of Orpheus and Eurydice), modern anxieties, and surreal dreams collide chaotically in Stefa's feverish mind as he works through the tangled connections between himself and the dead woman.
in a Global City: The Irish and Early Modern Rome, 1609-1783
His research focuses on relationships and shared activities with former exiles
. This includes the circulation of historical resources, memories, documents and photographs, which Williams shared with his interlocutors.
of the medieval and early modern period populate the historical record.
Most people are principally aware of one culture, one setting, one home; exiles
are aware of at least two, and this plurality of vision gives rise to an awareness of simultaneous dimensions, an awareness that is ...
It is clear that Exiles
in Colonial Asia is a fine example of current scholarship on colonial empires working with concepts of migration, networks, and exile
Young, Well-Educated, arid Adaptable: Chilean Exiles
in Ontario and Quebec, 1973-2010, by Francis Peddie.