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Anastasiades said it was everyone's mistakes that led to contempt "but at the same time, unfortunately, to a limited extent initially, the motherlands played the worst role; one of them at least, while the other one continued.
Christofias had said that the two motherlands had invaded Cyprus.
It is a matter of motherlands existence and our own existence, he said.
This book, in sum, sets out to show how motherlands and their patriotic sons are made, not born.
Strange Communion: Motherland and Masculinity in Tudor Plays, Pamphlets, and Politics.
Some Europeans are afraid that if Eastern and Central European countries join the EU, their young people will flood into Western Europe, leaving their motherlands behind.
But some work better than others: Heremakhomun would have been better than I, Tituba, and The Chosen Place, The Timeless People would have been better than Praisesong for the Widow if, indeed, the focus is to be on the writers' relationships with their motherlands, rather than the characters' relationships with them.