Dune Road (Wheeler Hardcover)

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Early that afternoon, from the steps of the post office, Patrick Pearse (1879-1916), one of the uprising’s leaders, read a proclamation declaring Ireland an independent republic and stating that a provisional government (comprised of IRB members) had been appointed. From March onwards, however, violence increasingly featured nationalist protestors clashing with the British army. Przedlacka's report, Estuary English and RP: some recent findings, is available as a portable document file (PDF), while a summary, with some of the more important interpretation, is on her homepage, along with digital audio files to exemplify the speech sounds in the study.

Pages: 521

Publisher: Wheeler Publishing; Lrg edition (July 1, 2009)

ISBN: 1597229865

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