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Goodbye To Boleyn

West Ham’s Final Season at Upton Park and the Big Kick-off at Stratford

Author: Pete May

Publisher: Biteback Publishing

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Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 300

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"Essex scribe and literary Hammer Pete May writes with humour and eloquence about the most turbulent year of change at the Boleyn since Ken’s Café got a tub of Flora." Phill Jupitus West Ham's final season at the Boleyn Ground was always going to be memorable. It featured a new manager in Slaven Bilic, the arrival of a French magician called Dimitri Payet and away wins at Arsenal, Liverpool and Man City - not to mention an unexpected tilt at the top four and an epic last game at the Boleyn against Man United. But a new beginning is around the corner and, as he and his fellow Hammers prepare to swap the gritty East End streets of E13 for the shiny shopping centres of Stratford, lifelong supporter Pete May reflects on the special place the Boleyn Ground has occupied in the hearts of generations of Irons fans. Whether it's the infamous chants of the Bobby Moore Stand, the pre-match fry-ups at Ken's Café or the joys of sticky carpets, rubbish ale and blokes singing on pool tables in the pubs around Upton Park, Pete's memories are sure to resonate with legions of the claret-and-blue army as they say farewell to the Boleyn and enter a new era at the London Stadium.

The Other Boleyn Girl

A Novel

Author: Philippa Gregory

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

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Category: Fiction

Page: 735

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The daughters of a ruthlessly ambitious family, Mary and Anne Boleyn are sent to the court of Henry VIII to attract the attention of the king, who first takes Mary as his mistress and then Anne as his wife.

The Boleyn Inheritance

Author: Philippa Gregory

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

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Category: Fiction

Page: 592

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Lady-in-waiting Jane Boleyn, the only survivor of the ambitious Boleyn family, testifies against Henry VIII's latest queen, Anne of Cleves, and conspires to place her young cousin, Katherine Howard, on the throne.

The Boleyn Reckoning

Author: Laura Andersen

Publisher: Random House

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Category: Fiction

Page: 416

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A choice to forever change the course of history. While English soldiers prepare for the threat of invasion, William Tudor struggles with his own personal battles: he still longs for his childhood friend. But Minuette has married William’s trusted advisor, Dominic, in secret – an act of betrayal that puts both their lives in danger. Meanwhile, with war on the horizon, Princess Elizabeth must decide where her duty really lies: with her brother or her country... Perfect for fans of Philippa Gregory and Alison Weir, The Boleyn Reckoning concludes the trilogy of the Tudor king who never was: Henry IX.

Cinema: Kinugasa to Zanussi

Author: Richard Roud

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Category: Motion pictures

Page: 1121

View: 359

Goodbye Jerusalem

Night Thoughts of a Labor Outsider

Author: Bob Ellis

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Category: Australia

Page: 606

View: 318

Farewell, Goodbye, the End?

The Secret History of a Literary Era

Author: Clifford Montague

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 133

View: 370

Containerisation International

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Category: Containerization

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The Listener

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Category: Radio addresses, debates, etc

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Anne Boleyn

Author: Hester W. Chapman

Publisher: Jonathan Cape

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Category: Great Britain

Page: 244

View: 541

The Challenge of Anne Boleyn

Author: Hester W. Chapman

Publisher: New York : Coward, McCann & Geoghegan

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Category: Great Britain

Page: 244

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Examines the intrigues and political conditions that shaped Anne's life as mistress, queen, and suspected traitor.

Catalog of Copyright Entries. Fourth Series

Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office

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Category: Copyright

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Catalog of Copyright Entries, Third Series

Motion pictures. Parts 12-13

Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office

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Category: Copyright

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Includes index.

The Athenaeum

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The Apes of God

Author: Wyndham Lewis

Publisher: Gingko PressInc

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 639

View: 219

This new edition of a modern classic of satire, out of print in America for more than forty years, was originally published in London fifty years ago where it instantly created a firestorm of outrage and vituperation. The present edition preserves Lewis's full text - all 625 pages of the 1930 edition - and also retains the original cover illustration and sixteen interior designs. Acknowledged by the critics to be one of the most devastating books in our language, 'The Apes of God' strips bare the social affectations and malaise that made the British culture of his time so hateful to Wyndham Lewis. The period of the late 1920s, described later by Lewis as 'the insanitary trough between the two great wars.' Lewis's mock-picaresque hero is Dan Boleyn, a 20-year-old Irish innocent. Tutored by a 60-year-old albino dilettante named Horace Zagreus, Dan travels reluctantly through the London art world. He is horrified (and confused, and bored half to death) by the false, contrived 'broadcasts' of the 'Apes' - a series of pseudo-artists who resemble, on the one hand, absurd mechanical dolls, and on the other, very specific personages of the era (like Sir Osbert Sitwell). Lewis's version of a world in which habitual falsehood has created general paralysis is fierce, unrelieved, and prophetic of an even more mediocre future.

Time

Author: Briton Hadden

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Category: Periodicals

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Theatre World

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Category: Theater

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Builders of England's Glory

Author: Godfrey Edmund Turton

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Category: Great Britain

Page: 303

View: 147

A study of the royal family of the Tudors in Great Britain's history and how they contributed to her glory, including such figures as Henry VII, Henry VIII, and Elizabeth I.

Mary & Elizabeth

Author: Emily Purdy

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

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Category: Fiction

Page: 384

View: 621

Two sisters: united by blood, divided by the crown... Mary and Elizabeth is an unforgettable story of a powerful love affair that changed the course of history, perfect for fans of The Tudors and Philippa Gregory.

Central Opera Service Bulletin

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Category: Opera

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