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Product Details Hardcover: 208 pages Publisher: Paradigm Publishers (March 31, 2008) Language: English ISBN-10: 1594515360 ISBN-13: 9781594515361 Product Dimensions: 8.6 x 5.6 x 0.6 inches . Fine. 2008., Indiana University Press, 2008, New York: Villard Books/Random House, 2002. First Edition. Hardcover. As New/As New. Type: Hard Back Collectible First Printing Hardcover Book and Dust Jacket As New. Clear archival protective jacket cover. Clean and bright binding, tight, solid and square. Text body fresh, clean, unmarked--as new. In the 1980s, Karl Greenfeld, recently out of college and out of work, went to Japan to teach English--and stayed for several years, working through several journalistic posts, watching a culture erupt before his eyes and facing his own demons. Standard Deviations recounts his experiences during Asia's wild ride at the end of the twentieth century--A book of cultural observation and self-exploration. 250 pages. 9.5 x 5.75 inches. Villard Bools/Random House Publishers, NY 2002., Villard Books/Random House, 2002, UK: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 2001. Paperback. Near Fine. 5.1 x 1.9 x 7.8 inches. Book Description A timely and vivid look at Scotland's long and difficult road to nationhood, re-exploring some cherished myths and unearthing a wealth of fascinating new detail. Magnus Magnusson's starting point is Sir Walter Scott's classic version of Scotland's history, 'Tales of a Grandfather' (1827-29), which has moulded the views of generations of Scottish schoolchildren. Like Scott, Magnus Magnusson is a master story teller. In investigating the many questions raised by the nation's turbulent and often poignant past, he gives full weight to the living treasure of local legends and tradition which he believes has as much resonance as academic analysis. Where did the 'Scots' come from? What is the truth about such historical figures as Macbeth, William Wallace and Robert Bruce? What was the significance of the tragic reign of Mary Queen of Scots? What was the impact of Bonnie Prince Charlie and his brutal defeat at Culloden? Incorporating the findings of many leading modern historians, 'Scotland: The Story of a Nation' casts the nation's history in a fascinating new light. It is essential reading for anyone with an interest in Scotland at this pivotal moment in its history. Editorial Reviews About the Author Magnus Magnusson KBE is an Icelandic national who has spent most of his life in Scotland. After studying English at Oxford, he joined the Scottish Daily Express in 1953, and the Scotsman in 1961 as Assistant Editor. Since 1967 he has been a freelance writer and broadcaster, specialising in history, archaeology and environmental affairs. He has presented many programmes on BBC TV, including Chronicle (1967-80), Mastermind (1972-97), and a twelve-part series on Vikings! (1980). He has published more than twenty books. 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UK: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 2001. Paperback. Near Fine. 5.1 x 1.9 x 7.8 inches. Book Description A timely and vivid look at Scotland's long and difficult road to nationhood, re-exploring some cherished myths and unearthing a wealth of fascinating new detail. Magnus Magnusson's starting point is Sir Walter Scott's classic version of Scotland's history, 'Tales of a Grandfather' (1827-29), which has moulded the views of generations of Scottish schoolchildren. Like Scott, Magnus Magnusson is a master story teller. In investigating the many questions raised by the nation's turbulent and often poignant past, he gives full weight to the living treasure of local legends and tradition which he believes has as much resonance as academic analysis. Where did the 'Scots' come from? What is the truth about such historical figures as Macbeth, William Wallace and Robert Bruce? What was the significance of the tragic reign of Mary Queen of Scots? What was the impact of Bonnie Prince Charlie and his brutal defeat at Culloden? Incorporating the findings of many leading modern historians, 'Scotland: The Story of a Nation' casts the nation's history in a fascinating new light. It is essential reading for anyone with an interest in Scotland at this pivotal moment in its history. Editorial Reviews About the Author Magnus Magnusson KBE is an Icelandic national who has spent most of his life in Scotland. After studying English at Oxford, he joined the Scottish Daily Express in 1953, and the Scotsman in 1961 as Assistant Editor. Since 1967 he has been a freelance writer and broadcaster, specialising in history, archaeology and environmental affairs. He has presented many programmes on BBC TV, including Chronicle (1967-80), Mastermind (1972-97), and a twelve-part series on Vikings! (1980). He has published more than twenty books. In 1989 he was awarded an honorary knighthood for his services to the heritage of Scotland. He was chairman of the Ancient Monuments Board for Scotland (1981-89) and of Scottish Natural Heritage (1992-99)., HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 2001

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An investigation into the history of Scotland that studies Sir Walter Scott´s ´´Tales Of A Grandfather´´ and explores the truth behind historical figures such as Macbeth and Robert Bruce. 24 b/w, 16 colour plates & 13 maps. The Story of a Nation Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher Taschenbuch 05.11.2001 Buch (fremdspr.), HarperCollins, .200

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An investigation into the history of Scotland that studies Sir Walter Scott's "Tales Of A Grandfather" and explores the truth behind historical figures such as Macbeth and Robert Bruce. 24 b/w, 16 colour plates & 13 maps.

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ISBN (ISBN-10): 0006531911
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2001
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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