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Bush Studies


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Bush Studies

Post-Liberalism: George W. Bush and the Internationalization of American Studies

Beyond ‘Dragon in the Bush’: The Study of China–Africa Relations

The Pilgrims’ Complaint: A Study of Popular Thought in the Early Tudor North, by Michael Bush

M. L. Bush, editor. Serfdom and Slavery: Studies in Legal Bondage. New York: Longman. 1996. Pp. vi, 358

Diagnosing cancer in the bush: a mixed methods study of GP and specialist diagnostic intervals in rural Western Australia

The Defeat of the Pilgrimage of Grace: A Study of the Postpardon Revolts of December 1536 to March 1537 and their Effect Michael Bush

Michael Bush. The Pilgrimage of Grace: A Study of the Rebel Armies of October 1536. New York: Manchester University Press; distributed by St. Martin's Press. 1996. Pp. xviii, 445. $69.95

Michael Bush. The Pilgrims' Complaint: A Study of Popular Thought in the Early Tudor North. (Catholic Christendom, 1300–1700.) Burlington, Vt.: Ashgate Publishing Company. 2009. Pp. xiv, 307. $124.95

Diagnosing cancer in the bush: a mixed-methods study of symptom appraisal and help-seeking behaviour in people with cancer from rural Western Australia

Michael Bush and David Bownes. The Defeat of the Pilgrimage of Grace: A Study of the Postpardon Revolts of December 1536 to March 1537 and Their Effect. Hull, U.K.: University of Hull Press. 1999. Pp. xv, 477

BUSH, Ronald Lee (born 1946), Drue Heinz Professor of American Literature, University of Oxford, 1997–2013, now Emeritus; Fellow, St John’s College, Oxford, 1997–2013, now Emeritus Research Fellow; Senior Research Fellow, Institute for English Studies, University of London, since 2013

 

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A collection of six stories by Barbara Baynton, was published in 1902; it included Baynton's best-known stories, ‘Squeaker's Mate’, ‘Scrammy 'And’, ‘Billy Skywonkie’ and ‘The Chosen Vessel’. The collection was ...

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Barbara Baynton (1857—1929)


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