|Neel Doff||Jours de famine et de détresse||Jours de famine et de détresse est un roman autobiographique de Neel Doff paru en 1911.
Résumé Sous forme de petits tableaux, une petite fille pauvre, Keetje
Oldema, raconte sa vie misérable. Elle est la troisième d'une famille de
neuf enfants, dont le père est au chômage.|
|Frances Elisabeth Willard||How I Learded to Ride a Bicycle||In
1893 Frances Willard was at the height of her power and influence as
leader of the women's social reform movement. It was also a time when
bicycles were wildly popular. And so, when her doctor recommended she
exercise out-of-doors, Willard was determined to learn to ride.|
|Mike Marqusee||Definable Traces in the Atmosphere||
These pages illuminate the connections and contrasts between William
Blake and Thomas Paine, Bob Dylan and Muhammad Ali, cricket and the
nation state, Jewish identity and the BDS campaign, flamenco music and
the films of John Ford, and the vagaries of political activism, often
working closely with those who, subsequent to Mike’s untimely death in
2015, went on to lead the Labour Party.