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Bangladesh: From a Nation to a State (Nations of the Modern World: Asia) - Baxter, Craig
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2012, ISBN: 9780813336329

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Compass Point Books, 2012-08-01. Library Binding. Used:Good. Ships Fast. 24*7 Customer Service., Compass Point Books, 2012-08-01, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln and London: 2006. Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. In this compelling memoir, John Skoyles guides us through 1960s New York. Caught between his Uncle Fred, a mob associate and man-about-town, and his Aunt Linda, a secretary at Paramount Pictures on Times Square, the sixteen-year-old finds himself exploring everything from the bars and swank apartments of Manhattan's Upper East Side to the flophouses and haunts of Forty-second Street. Secret Frequencies spins in graceful turns from deadpan hilarity to unflinching bleakness as Skoyles encounters New York's most comic, absurd, and sometimes dangerous seductions. John Skoyles is the author of a collection of essays and four books of poems, including Definition of the Soul and The Situation. He teaches at Emerson College in Boston. "No one who reads this delightful, absorbing account of a teenage boy's summer of initiation will ever forget the brilliant characters or the remarkable cityÑNew York in the sixtiesÑwhich John Skoyles brings so eloquently to life."ÑMargot Livesey, author of Eva Moves the Furniture "A deeply engaging and funny book by a marvelous writer."ÑTracy Kidder, Pulitzer prize-winner and author of The Soul of a New Machine and Home Town "John Skoyles is a wonderful storyteller, by turns hilarious and street-smart and wise. This is a fine and beautifully detailed book."ÑCharles Baxter, author of The Feast of Love "A salty, entertaining coming-of-age story with a real-life Sopranos cast."ÑJoyce Johnson, author of Minor Characters and Missing Men "John Skoyles' wistful and sensual memoir can be added to the list of works that embrace the wonder and bustle of New York. Like all good writers, he manages to carve out a little piece of the metropolis for himself."ÑAssociated Press "Skoyles draws the sometimes odd (but always recognizable) people inhabiting his corner of New York with subtle, sympathetic strokes and had me laughing, shaking my head, and rooting for him to find his way among them." ÑStephanie Farber, Another Chicago Magazine "Skoyles captures the enormous mystery and thrill of a young man in the city . . . through a series of carefully detailed scenes, he meets an array of appealing characters: late-night radio DJs, gangsters, beautiful women. It is superior in most ways to the great share of memoirs scattered ashore by the current wave."ÑNew York Sun "John Skoyles's memoir has the texture and humor of Angela's Ashes, offering an Italian-American boyhood in Queens and a coming of age in the Manhattan of the 1960s, as told by a wonderfully generous, honest, and vulnerable mid-life poet. . . . [T]he surrounding urban world offers young Skoyles a panorama of colorful characters, incidents, and the 'secret frequencies' of adult lunacy and deviance." ÑDeWitt Henry, The Boston Globe, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln and London: 2006, Boulder, Colorado, U.S.A.: Westview Press, 1998. Trade Paperback. As New. This book is a social, political, and economic history of the region that became the independent nation of Bangladesh in 1971; it traces the development of national identity in the region, first as part of India and then of Pakistan, and the slow evolution toward statehood; it also explores the formative period of Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim, and British government that preceded Pakistani rule and subsequent independence, Westview Press, 1998

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2011, ISBN: 9780813336329

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Museyon Guides, 2011-12-09. Paperback. Used:Good. Brand Used:Good. Always Buy with confidence. Ships Fast. Expedite Shipping Available., Museyon Guides, 2011-12-09, Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1927. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, 1927, hardcover, octavo, 287pp., illustrated in b&w. Book VG with mild wear to spine ends and corners, gilt of spine dulled but handsome and bright on front board, mild rubbing, binding tight, previous owner's stickers to pastedowns, endpapers foxed, otherwise text clean and unmarked. No DJ, but in protective mylar wrap., Houghton Mifflin, 1927, Boulder, Colorado, U.S.A.: Westview Press, 1998. Trade Paperback. As New. This book is a social, political, and economic history of the region that became the independent nation of Bangladesh in 1971; it traces the development of national identity in the region, first as part of India and then of Pakistan, and the slow evolution toward statehood; it also explores the formative period of Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim, and British government that preceded Pakistani rule and subsequent independence, Westview Press, 1998

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1996, ISBN: 0813336325

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In 1996, Bangladesh celebrates its 25th anniversary. When the country became independent from Pakistan in 1971, it proclaimed itself a parliamentary democracy with four goals?democracy, secularism, socialism, and nationalism. This comprehensive introduction to Bangladesh's history, polity, economy, and society reassesses its successes and failures in reaching these goals after a quarter century of nationhood.Craig Baxter traces the development of national identity in the region, first as part of India and then of Pakistan, and the slow evolution toward statehood. He also explores the formative periods of Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim, and British government that preceded Pakistani rule and subsequent independence. Anyone wishing to understand this poor, populous, but ambitious young nation will find this book an invaluable reference. asia,asian,bangladesh,europe,government,history,humanities,india,international and world politics,political science Asian, Westview Press

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1998, ISBN: 9780813336329

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Westview Press, 1998-10-06. Paperback. Very Good. VG Nice copy with light cover wear. Pages clean with tight binding., Westview Press, 1998-10-06

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1997, ISBN: 9780813336329

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780813336329
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0813336325
Gebundene Ausgabe
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 1998
Herausgeber: WESTVIEW PR
196 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,318 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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