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The Only Place For Us

Pub Date : 2015-02-12 | Author : Jon Howe | Publisher :

ISBN 10 : 1785310089
ISBN 13 : 9781785310089

Leeds United's Elland Road home is one of the most iconic sporting arenas in Britain, yet it started life as a desolate patch of land surrounded by coalfields. The Only Place For U..


A Place For Us

Pub Date : 2018-06-14 | Author : Fatima Farheen Mirza | Publisher : Random House

ISBN 10 : 9781473552517
ISBN 13 : 1473552516

'To be taken hostage by Fatima Mirza’s heartrending and timely story is a gutting pleasure... She captures your mind and heart with an urgency that defies you to stop reading. I ..


Place For Us

Pub Date : 1998 | Author : D. A. Miller | Publisher : Harvard University Press

ISBN 10 : 0674669908
ISBN 13 : 9780674669901

In an illuminating study by turns autobiographical, critical, and testimonial, the author sheds light on the affinity of gay men for the Broadway musical, especially in its postwar..


A Place For Us

Pub Date : 2004-02-01 | Author : Benjamin R. Barber | Publisher : Macmillan

ISBN 10 : 080907656X
ISBN 13 : 9780809076567

In our crowded, noisy world—too many people, too much crime, too many wars, not enough time—it seems almost impossible to locate and preserve the common ground where a civil so..


The Presidential Nominating Process

Pub Date : 2004 | Author : Rhodes Cook | Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN 10 : 0742525945
ISBN 13 : 9780742525948

The sprawling nominating process is the critical first step every four years in the election of the president. This work shows how the nominating process works, how that compares t..


A Place For Us

Pub Date : 2004 | Author : Nicholas Gage | Publisher :

ISBN 10 : 1886284733
ISBN 13 : 9781886284739

A Place for Us begins as nine-year-old Nicholas Gage and three of his sisters escape from their wartorn Greek village and board a ship to America to meet the father they have never..


Place For Us

Pub Date : 1998 | Author : D. A. Miller | Publisher : Harvard University Press

ISBN 10 : 0674669908
ISBN 13 : 9780674669901

In an illuminating study by turns autobiographical, critical, and testimonial, the author sheds light on the affinity of gay men for the Broadway musical, especially in its postwar..