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Notre Dame High School Norwich

Author: John Eady
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1784420344
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For a century and a half Notre Dame High School has occupied a central position in Norwich, and within the Roman Catholic community of East Anglia. This book traces the school's founding, the development of the school site, its transition from a Catholic convent with a day and boarding school to a direct grant girls' grammar school, through to its becoming a mixed comprehensive and today's academy. Drawing on the school's archive, and the memories and experiences of past and present pupils and staff, a vivid picture emerges of an energetic and progressive school that continues to build on the values of its founding Sisters. This book will appeal to all members of the Notre Dame community, and to anyone with a passing interest in education and the history of Catholicism in East Anglia.

Life With Epidermolysis Bullosa Eb

Author: Jo-David Fine
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3211792716
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Epidermolysis bullosa (EB) is a heterogenous group of genodermatoses characterized by the formation of blisters and erosions on skin and mucous membrans from birth on. The cause are mutations in the genes of structural proteins of the junction between epidermis and dermis. This book deals with the treatment of this skin disease itself and its many extracutaneous complications. There is no previous book which has been focused on the therapy and it will be based on evidence-based data derived from the world ́s largest cohort of inherited EB-patients, the American EB Registry. An important chapter will discuss gene therapy in hereditary EB which has been recently successfully performed within a localized skin site on a single EB patient as a proof-of-principle test. Given its unique collective contents, the monograph will provide the primary source for clinical informations of this oftentimes severe multiorgan disease.

Letters To America

Author: Jim Daniels
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
ISBN: 9780814325421
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Letters to America features the work of poets who have had the courage to write about race with honesty and passion. Speakign from the experience of Black, Native American, Asian, Arabic, Indian, Hispanic, and white culture, their diverse voices unite in a dialogue of poems which acknowledge and celebrate our differences while exploring America’s shameful history of racial intolerance. The poets in this anthology include Gwendolyn Brooks, Charles Bukowski, Joy Harjo, Langstong Hughes, Sharon Olds, James Wright, Etheridge Knight, Gary Soto, Garrett Kaoru Hongo, Audre Lorde, David Ignatwo, and others.

A Passion For Records

Author: Christopher Kitching
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1788039211
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The biography of an enigmatic Victorian pioneer. The first critical appraisal of this sporting legend and antiquary, using his own archives and writings. Important glimpses of everyday Victorian life. Suitable for those with interests in sport, local history, genealogy and record editing. Walter Rye was a London solicitor until he retired to Norwich, but it was three spare-time passions that earned him his place in the Dictionary of National Biography: physical exercise, record-searching, and a devotion to his ancestral county of Norfolk. His love of the outdoors was unbounded: athlete, cyclist, sailor and archer, keen amateur gardener and naturalist. Despite this, mortal illness seemed to stalk him, and yet he lived well into his eighties. In A Passion for Records, Rye’s prolific writings as author, columnist and correspondent, replete with witty put-downs, offer many laugh-out-loud moments. His antiquarian writings invite more serious attention, after cautionary tales about his editorial techniques.

Norwich City The Nineties

Author: Edward Couzens-Lake
ISBN: 9781445661926
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Revisiting a colourful decade for both the City of Norwich and its much-loved football team.

Secret Norwich

Author: Elizabeth Walne
ISBN: 9781445676425
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Secret Norwich explores the lesser-known history of the city of Norwich through a fascinating selection of stories, unusual facts and attractive photographs.

Norwich At Peace

Author: Joan Banger
ISBN: 9780946148653
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Noriwch at Peace is the partner volume to the very popular Norwich at War, recording the development of the city between the two world wars. Joan Banger uses extracts from the local press from 1918 to 1939 to chart the growth of the city and the adventures of its people, and illustrates it with a selection of pictures from the time and contemporary colour photographs.