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Hard Life


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Hard Life, The

‘I had a Hard Life’ Exploring Childhood Adversity in the Shaping of Masculinities among Men Who Killed an Intimate Partner in South Africa

‘Our life and hard times’

The Life and Hard Times of the School Migrant

Has it Become Harder to Balance Work and Family Life?

School Placement and Perceived Quality of Life in Youth Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Haemoglobin levels and health-related quality of life: a neglected hard end point

Why Simple Heuristics Make Life Both Easier and Harder: A Social–Psychological Perspective

Is There Life after Work for Japan? Political ‘Work–Life Balance’ Research Begins to Address the Hard Questions

Reviews of Harder Than Hardscrabble: Oral Recollections of the Farming Life from the Edge of the Texas Hill Country. Edited by Thad Sitton.

Health-Related Quality of Life and Classroom Participation of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students in General Schools

Self-esteem and Satisfaction With Life of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing People—A Resource-Oriented Approach to Identity Work

Mode of Communication, Perceived Level of Understanding, and Perceived Quality of Life in Youth Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Taking the Hard Road. Life Course in French and German Workers' Autobiographies in the Era of Industrialization

A Hard Journey: The Life of Don West. By James J. Lorence. (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2007. xx, 308 pp. $39.95, ISBN 978-0-252-03231-8.)

Taking the Hard Road: Life Course in French and German Workers' Autobiographies in the Era of Industrialization. By Mary Jo Maynes (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1995. xii plus 263pp. $39.95/hardcover $16.95/paperback)

Mary Jo Maynes. Taking the Hard Road: Life Course in French and German Workers' Autobiographies in the Era of Industrialization. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. 1995. Pp. xii, 263. Cloth $39.95, paper $16.95

 

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(1961) a novel by Flann O'Brien. Two orphans, Manus and his brother Finbarr (the narrator), are brought up in turn-of-the-century Dublin by Mr Collopy, a relative, whose mind is fixed on a project to institute public lavatories for women.

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Flann O'Brien (1911—1966) Irish novelist and journalist


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