When She Was Electric: A Novel

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Another important feature of British political history is that three parts of the United Kingdom - Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland - have a special status and have local administrations with a wide range of responsibilities. She was commended in the Coopers and Lybrand Competition (1996); won a John Kinross Scholarship to Florence (1997), awarded by the Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh; and won the James Torrance Memorial Award from the Royal Glasgow Institute (1998).

Pages: 256

Publisher: Raincoast Books, Polestar; 1St Edition edition (February 11, 2005)

ISBN: 1551925966

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