London s Chronicler

villains to be rude to my neighbours and also to some of our more influential friends'. 'Rude is it Stow? A history of England! In what way is it rude? Rudeness can be a virtue it is true and even here it can but not what is taught here ...

London s Chronicler


Life of John Bunyan

London , 1700 , 8vo . according to the Scriptures ; Seasonable Counsel ; or Advice to and the opposition made against Sufferers . ... that not only the Rude London , 1688 , 12mo . and Profane , but many great - Third edition .

Life of John Bunyan


London a Social History

... 1983 ) ; André Parreaux , Smollett's Macmillan , 1935 ) ; J. Desebrock , The Book of Bond London ( Paris : A. G. Nizet , 1968 ) ; and George Street Old and New ( London : Tallis , 1978 ) ; and Rudé , Hanoverian London ...

London  a Social History

This is the first modern one-volume history of London from Roman times to the present. Roy Porter touches the pulse of his hometown and makes it our own, capturing London's fortunes, people, and imperial glory with brio and wit.

The Mourning of September

He went to his teacher, “Ms. Rude that man is looking at me.” “Who, what man?” she asked. “Him,” pointing to Bari sitting in the front of the class who was invisible to her. “Who, I don't see anybody?” London was still pointing at the ...

The Mourning of September

Having committed many murders and brutal crimes, Zoe Lacking, a former gang member and paid street fighter, is on the run hiding from the law, former gang members, and a bounty hunter called “Traitor.” She also suffers from sleep deprivation that will lead to her drug, alcohol abuse, and personality disorder. In her new dysfunctional life, she’ll find comfort in the arms of many men, an assassin, a murdering doctor, a serial killer, and a fast-food robber. But her life will be forever changed when she moves to New York and gets a job as a window washer in lower Manhattan using a fake identity. There she will meet the lost and confused spirit of a man who died during the 9/11 attacks, also stuck between the spiritual and physical realm. She agrees to help him find out who he is; he agrees to help her find her daughter.

The Prospect Before Her

... G. Rudé, The Crowd in the French Revolution (Oxford, 1959) E. P. Thompson, “The moral economy of the English crowd in the eighteenth century,” Past and Present, 50 (1972) G. Rudé, London and Paris in the Eighteenth Century (London, ...

The Prospect Before Her

Already hailed by English critics as "one of the most important works of history to be published since the Second World War, " Olwen Hufton's fascinating and brilliantly learned study begins, in this first of two volumes, with a wide ranging exploration of women's fate in Western Europe from medieval times to the early modern age. of illustrations.

The French Revolution

George F. E. Rudé ... 4 Journal of the Private Life and Conversations of the Emperor Napoleon at SaintHelena ( 8 vols . , London , 1823 ) , vii , pp . 133-9 . ... 203-21 ; G. Rude , Ideology and Popular Protest ( London , 1980 ) , pp .

The French Revolution

Describes the historical background of the French Revolution, explains why it grew so violent, and looks at its influence on European history

The Romantics

2 A. D. Harvey, Britain in the Early Nineteenth Century, London, 1978, 334. 3 All tables from B. R. Mitchell and P. Deane, ... 6 E. J. Hobsbawm and G. F. E. Rude, Captain Swing, London, 1973, xxiii, 23-4. 7 Quoted by E. S. Richards in ...

The Romantics

First published in 1981. This book aims to show Romanticism as a response to certain questions – in literature, art, religion, philosophy and politics – that were being asked increasingly towards the end of the eighteenth century. The essays focus on growth and change (in society and the individual), nature, feeling and reason, and subjectivism – examining how these questions arose, why they were felt to be important and the kinds of answers that, consciously or unconsciously, the Romantics provided. This title will be of interest to students of literature, history and philosophy.

First Proofs of the Universal Catalogue of Books on Art

London , Also in other editions published either by Val1853 . B.M. grisi , or ' gli Heredi di V. Valgrisi . ... With small rude woodcuts , and portrait , rudely London , 1591 . B.M. drawn , and almost unlike any other we know of The ...

First Proofs of the Universal Catalogue of Books on Art


The National Union Catalogs 1963

O_C6 1969b 821'.9'14 68 8307 MARC Hobsbawm , Eric J Captain Swing , by E. J. Hobsbawm and George Rudé . London . Lawrence and Wishart , 1969 . 384 p . plate , 1 Vus . , facsims . , mapa 23 cm . 70 /SBN 85315-175 - X ( B 69 02929 ) ...

The National Union Catalogs  1963


Emblems in Scotland

304, Fidesque Coronat ad aras ('And faith is crowned at the altar') 237 Stirling, Holy Rude kirkyard, gravestone of John Service, west face roundel 238 Francis Quarles, Emblemes (London, 1635), p. 172, 'Are not my days few?

Emblems in Scotland

Emblems in the visual arts use motifs which have meanings, and in this ground-breaking, richly illustrated book Michael Bath, leading authority on Renaissance emblem books, shows how such symbolic motifs in Scotland address major historical issues of Anglo-Scottish relations.

Europe in the Eighteenth Century

8 G.Rudé , Paris and London in the Eighteenth Century , London 1970 , pp.55-6 . 9 Edward P. Thompson , ' The Moral Economy of the English Crowd in the Eighteenth Century ' , Past and Present , May 1971 , pp . 71-136 .

Europe in the Eighteenth Century

Europe in the Eighteenth Century is a social history of Europe in all its aspects: economic, political, diplomatic military, colonial-expansionist. Crisply and succinctly written, it describes Europe not through a history of individual countries, but in a common context during the three quarters of a century between the death of Louis XIV and the industrial revolution in England and the social and political revolution in France. It presents the development of government, institutions, cities, economies, wars, and the circulation of ideas in terms of social pressures and needs, and stresses growth, interrelationships, and conflict of social classes as agents of historical change, paying particular attention to the role of popular, as well as upper- and middle-class, protest as a factor in that change.

Morse Family of Essex County Massachusetts

DANIEL III4 MORSE (DANIEL3 JR., ELIZABETH2, ANTHONY IV1 MORSS) was born on 19 Jul 1751 in PRESTON (CITY), NEW LONDON CTY., CT.. He died on 25 Jul 1831 in SPRINGFIELD, OTSEGO CTY., NY.. He married PATIENCE RUDE, daughter of JOSEPH RUDE ...

Morse Family of Essex County  Massachusetts


Beyond The Bridge

Chris Hanretti, Public Service Broadcasting's Continued Rude Health (London, 2012), http://www.britac.ac.uk/policy/Public-service-broadcasting. cfm [accessed on 11 June 2016], pp. 66–8. Leen d'Haenens and Jo Bardoel, 'European Public ...

Beyond The Bridge

Drawing worldwide acclaim from critics and audiences alike, programmes like The Killing, Borgen, The Bridge and The Legacy demonstrate widespread fascination with Danish style, aesthetics and culture as seen through television narratives. This book uses familiar, alongside lesser known, case studies of drama series to demonstrate how the particular features of Danish production - from work cultures, to storytelling techniques and trans-national cooperation - have enhanced contemporary Danish drama's appeal both at home and abroad. The era of globalisation has blurred national and international television cultures and promoted regular cross-fertilisation between film and television industries. Important questions have emerged from this context surrounding, for example, the 'Americanisation' of foreign television formats, the meaning and practice behind the term 'quality television', and the purpose and efficacy of public service broadcasting. Beyond the Bridge tackles these issues in relation to Danish television, by examining the so-called 'scaffolded production processes' behind the making of quality serials and their thought-provoking content. Drawing on popular motifs from these celebrated dramas such as foreign politics, organised crime, global warming, and the impact of multinational corporations, this timely book provides crucial insight into the Danish dramas at the forefront of sophisticated, forward-thinking, fictional television.

Universal catalogue of books on art Quarterly issue of pages extracted from Notes and queries A BAENA Proof sheets circulated for the purpose of obtaining additions and corrections

With small rude woodcuts , and portrait , rudely London , 1591 . B.M. drawn , and almost unlike any other we know of The plates by Girolamo Porro are reproduced in Ariosto , on the title - page . this first English translation ...

Universal catalogue of books on art  Quarterly issue of pages extracted from  Notes and queries   A BAENA   Proof sheets circulated for the purpose of obtaining additions and corrections


Girl Trouble

Virago: London 1978, reprinted rivers oram press, 2000. ... Litchfield, m., and Kentish, S., Babies for Burning: The Abortion Business in Britain, London: Serpentine press, 1974. ... Rude Britannia, London: routledge, 2007.

Girl Trouble

'A brilliant cultural history.' Irish Examiner Girls behave badly. If they're not obscenity-shouting, pint-swigging ladettes, they're narcissistic, living dolls floating around in a cloud of self-obsession, far too busy twerking to care. And this is news. In this witty and wonderful book, Carol Dyhouse shows that where there's a social scandal or a wave of moral outrage, you can bet a girl is to blame. Whether it be stories of 'brazen flappers' staying out and up all night in the 1920s, inappropriate places for Mars bars in the 1960s or Courtney Love's mere existence in the 1990s, bad girls have been a mass-media staple for more than a century. And yet, despite the continued obsession with their perceived faults and blatant disobedience, girls are infinitely better off today than they were a century ago. This is the story of the challenges and opportunities faced by young women growing up in the swirl of the twentieth century, and the pop-hysteria that continues to accompany their progress.

the monthly review

manufactures and trade in civilizing the natives of a rude and barbarous island . ' After briefly mentioning the great national consequence which the citizens of London have acquired by that wealth which is the natural produce of ...

the monthly review


The British Quarterly Review

A LARGE and closely - written volume is London , wherein , not in words and sentences , but in picturesque remains ... sheltered on the north by forest - clad hills , and mark the rude cluster of wattled huts , the giant cromlech ...

The British Quarterly Review


National Union Catalog

National Union Catalog

Includes entries for maps and atlases.

Rhythms of Labour

... The Great Prison in the Mississippi Delta, Columbus: Ohio State University Press. Terry, M. and PK. Edwards (eds) (1998) Shopfloor Politics and Job Controls, Oxford: Blackwell. Thom, D. (1998) Nice Girls and Rude Girls, London: LB.

Rhythms of Labour

Whether for weavers at the handloom, labourers at the plough or factory workers on the assembly line, music has often been a key texture in people's working lives. This book is the first to explore the rich history of music at work in Britain and charts the journey from the singing cultures of pre-industrial occupations, to the impact and uses of the factory radio, via the silencing effect of industrialisation. The first part of the book discusses how widespread cultures of singing at work were in pre-industrial manual occupations. The second and third parts of the book show how musical silence reigned with industrialisation, until the carefully controlled introduction of Music while You Work in the 1940s. Continuing the analysis to the present day, Rhythms of Labour explains how workers have clung to and reclaimed popular music on the radio in desperate and creative ways.

Blackwell Handbook of Social Psychology

Rude, G. (1959). The crowd in the French revolution. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Rude, G. (1964). The crowd in history. New York: Wiley. Rude, G. (1970). Paris and London in the eighteenth century. London: ...

Blackwell Handbook of Social Psychology

This handbook provides an authoritative, up-to-date overview of the social psychology of group processes. The topics covered include group decisions, juries, group remembering, roles, status, leadership, social identity and group membership, socialization, group performance, negotiation and bargaining, emotion and mood, computer-mediated communication, organizations and mental health. Provides an authoritative, up-to-date overview of the social psychology of group processes. Written by leading researchers from around the world to provide a classic and current overview of research as well as providing a description of future trends within the area. Includes coverage of group decisions, juries, group remembering, roles, status, leadership, social identity and group membership, socialization, group performance, negotiation and bargaining, emotion and mood, computer-mediated communication, organizations and mental health. Essential reading for any serious scholar of group behavior. Now available in full text online via xreferplus, the award-winning reference library on the web from xrefer. For more information, visit www.xreferplus.com