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Stephen Gill

Full Name: Stephen Gill
Number of Works: 49
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ISBN: 0192827472, 9780192827470
Keywords: life, wordsworth, william
Pages: 552
Published: 1989
  • Rating: 60%

Based on intimate knowledge of the poet's manuscripts, on a fresh look at contemporary records, and on a study of the mass of material that has appeared since the last serious biography, a quarter-century ago, this new account of Wordsworth focuses on what was most important to him - his life as a writer. The common notion is that the older Wordsworth betrayed his youthful, radical self to become a prosy Tory bore. By contrast, this intelligent and authoritative biography demonstrates that once the poet had returned to the Lake District, determined to live dedicated to poetry at whatever co
ISBN: 0954940539, 9780954940539
Keywords: flowers, hackney, gill, stephen
Pages: 114
Published: 2007
  • Rating: 80%
ISBN: 0801837634, 9780801837630
Keywords: problems, policies, perspectives, economy, political, global
Pages: 422
Published: 1988
  • Rating: 80%

What lies ahead for the global political economy? How can policy makers channel economic development to increase the chances for peace and prosperity? From a wide range of theoretical viewpoints, Gill and Law examine how politics help shape international economic relations and how economic changes and structures affect political forces.
ISBN: 0521369886, 9780521369886
Keywords: prelude, wordsworth
Pages: 126
Published: 1991
  • Rating: 60%
ISBN: 0954940571, 9780954940577
Keywords: flowers, hackney
Pages: 114
Published: 2007
  • Rating: 60%
ISBN: 8182531284, 9788182531284
Keywords: shrine
Pages: 154
Published: 2008
  • Rating: 100%

Enlightened coexistence that embodies tolerance provides the strength to manage a nation of diversity. This is an Eastern thought that has been successfully adopted by the West. Its implementation shapes granites that give strength to open the steel doors to peace and peace is the way to prosperity. The modern trend of globalization needs this strength. I mused in the boat of this strength when I wrote the poems of Shrine. I am musing more securely, and with more confidence, in the same boat when I revise Shrine after nine years. Revision is my forte. However, except for minor touches, most of