The Artist's Widow

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Our post-production suites and mixing rooms are perfect for producers. She previously worked in publishing and now works in politics. Though food and drink are still invariably offered to visitors, the traditional over-indulgence of eating and drinking rarely occurs. The rapidly growing support for Sinn Féin and the elevated status of those executed as martyrs in 1916 made the Church leaders overlook any theological argument against the practical political need to support the cause of Irish nationalism 32.

Pages: 170

Publisher: Moyer Bell Ltd.; 1st edition (June 1999)

ISBN: 1559212292

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