British Artists in Glass ( BAG ) was founded in 1976 by Peter Layton , the
American Samuel Herman ( by then resident in Britain ) ... Reid made a number
of good friends amongst its membership , including Layton , Elizabeth Swinburne
, Adam ...
Author: Clare Beck
'Colin Reid Glass Sculpture' explores the work of this well-established contemporary glass artist. Richly illustrated, it also includes essays by leading glass experts Jennifer Hawkins Opie and Diane C. Wright.
“Yes you can Mr. Rafferty. My name is Peter Layton, do you remember me? I
booked a Marco Polo hunt with you about two years ago. Now I'd like to book a
hunt for three friends of mine for Vietnam, if you still go there.” “Yes I still hunt
Author: Harv Hollek
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Book Summary It happens in Vietnam and what better place for it to happen.
Clever and wonderfully original - a celebration of friendship, kindness and living life to the full. A reissue of this award-winning picture book by Neal Layton. Winner of the Nestlé Smarties Book Prize Bronze Award.
Author: Neal Layton
Publisher: Hachette Children's
Clever and wonderfully original - a celebration of friendship, kindness and living life to the full. A reissue of this award-winning picture book by Neal Layton. Winner of the Nestlé Smarties Book Prize Bronze Award. Bartholomew leads a quiet life. But he is a kindly sort of bear, so when his new friend, the Bug, is in a tremendous hurry to find the bright lights, he decides to help him on his way. Bear soon finds himself in the big city, which is like nothing he's ever known before. But why is Bug in such a hurry? 'A life-affirming story, gloriously illustrated' Julia Eccleshare 'Wonderfully messy, child-friendly drawings against hip, graphic backgrounds' Daily Mail
Author: Robert Lecker
Publisher: Canadian Author Bibliographies
Featuring primary and secondary information on key Canadian writers—including Irving Layton, Dennis Lee, and D. C. Scott—each volume in this series provides complete annotations on all secondary entries, offers authoritative listings of all audio-visual material contains, and contains a comprehensive index of critics.
In Conservative Politics in Western Europe , edited by Zig Layton - Henry , 83 -
102 . New York : St . Martin ' s , 1982 . Featherstone ... Copenhagen : Fremad ,
1956 . Hansen , Peter , “ Adaptive Behavior of Small States 268 Selected
Author: Kenneth E. Miller
Publisher: University Press of Amer
Friends and Rivals is a study of the Danish political party systems since the establishment of full parliamentary democracy at the turn of the century. It gives particular attention to problems of governing in a nation whose politics always necessitate coalition or minority government. The book details the many political changes that have taken place in over 90 years, from a three-party system to a four-party system, to a five-party system, and then to a ten-or-more party system. Miller describes the Social Democrats' attainment of a dominant position; the sudden emergence of a major right-wing party in an advanced welfare state; the appearance of a party tied to a religious outlook; and the resurgence of Conservatism along with the decline of Social Democracy. Miller concludes by presenting several scenarios for the future of Danish politics. Friends and Rivals is unique in that it draws extensively on autobiographies, memoirs, and first-hand commentaries on the political world. Miller's study will show politics students as well as general readers the dynamics of Danish politics and its influence on other European political systems. This book is a detailed and informative study that will interest political scientists, historians, social scientists, and general readers, both American and European. Friends and Rivals will serve as a useful tool in courses in Comparative Government and Politics as well as Modern European History.