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The vast majority of these scholarly pieces pertain to the Renaissance and are especially useful for little-known biographical details.
Even a teacher long familiar with this historical material is apt to find useful and little-known information here.
But even more surprising than the sudden indictment in the cold case was Ashcroft's decision to invoke a little-known federal law, the 1994 Hate Crime Sentencing Enhancement Act, which increases penalties for bias crimes that take place on federal lands.
In true Jenkins style, Always and Forever provides valuable glimpses into little-known aspects of black life in post-Civil War America on its way to the inevitable happy ending.
Interest in the microbe stems largely from its membership in a little-known group of microscopic organisms called the archaea.
This is a collection of 13 tales of alternate histories that place well-known as well as little-known military leaders in new and unusual scenarios.
This time last year, Bertrand Delanoe was a little-known French politician in the Socialist Party, which had never held Paris's city hall.
This volume of 30 captivating stories reveals some little-known facts about events that occurred in our nation's capital that influenced its development as well as that of our nation.
Klaus Wowereit, 47, was a little-known Social Democrat before grabbing nationwide attention in June when he came out at a party convention.
The 1,500-year-old burial place, untouched by looters who ravaged another nearby tomb, contains a wooden coffin with the remains of a warrior-priest of the little-known Moche culture.
Bailey's beautifully enunciated, pleasantly pitched, expressive and elegant voice is perfectly suited to this huge biography of a relatively little-known but intriguing figure in English history: baseborn Perkin Warbeck or Richard Plantagenet, one of the two little princes incarcerated in the Tower of London and presumably murdered by Richard III.
And in Schulman's incredibly honest and humane remembrance of Stan Leventhal, a little-known writer and exuberant founder of now-defunct Amethyst Press, she reminds us that an artist's strengths should not be measured merely by socially prescribed notions of genius or success but by the integrity and generosity with which a person pursues his or her passion.