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  • Black Apollo Press - The Client Dies Thrice by Jean Tardieu
    Beckett Ionesco and the Theatre of the Absurd In 1944 he was appointed Head of the Drama Department of French Radio and in 1946 was asked to set up a Club d Essai for French radio and television the function of which was to engage in experimental radio productions In 1968 with the composer Marius Constant he set up a new radio station which was to become France Musique Dramatic

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  • Black Apollo Press - The Fifteen Schoolgirls by Dick Tahta
    work of a remarkable nineteenth century polymath The puzzle arose from Thomas Kirkman s studies on a more general mathematical problem which involved various combinatorial ideas that have now become of importance and his interest in a range of other mathematics such as the theory of polyhedra the newly developing theory of groups and the classification of knots all of which Tahta explores with the fascination of both a mathematician

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  • Constantinople Trilogy by Haig Tahta
    best demanding humane and deeply moving ISBN 9781900355698 13 95 Purchase Amazon US Amazon UK ISBN 9781900355582 13 95 Purchase Amazon US Amazon UK Constantinople 1920 the second book in Haig Tahta s trilogy chronicles the impending fall of the Ottomans and explores the circumstances and atmosphere of Constantinople during the British occupation of the city from 1920 to 1922 It carries forward the same characters from Mr Tahta s first novel April 1915 Olga an Armenian girl and Selim a Turk are impossibly in love Their relationship much more difficult and problematic than Romeo and Juliet develops and unfolds during the Greco Turkish War reaching its shocking climax in the burning of Smyrna An historical novel of deep insight and high passions Constantinople 1920 brings to focus a time which echoed throughout the world and set in train events that would engulf Europe in flames a few decades later Written with a rare sense of humanity and peopled with a plethora of characters bold sensitive articulate and always fascinating Constantinople 1920 is that rare novel of ideas and drama that appeals to both the heart and the intellect Constantinople End of Empire is the third book in Haig Tahta

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  • Survivor Guilt by Haig Tahta
    Holocaust through a compelling plot fuelled by the notion of guilt not of the oppressor but of the victim who survived Haig Tahta attained his degree in Modern History at Oxford where he specialized in the Eastern Question On leaving Oxford he became a lawyer remaining in that profession for forty years Along with his brother Dick Tahta Haig translated the classic Armenian novel Burning Orchards published by Black Apollo

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  • Brothers by Haig Tahta
    has been profoundly changed by the war so for him the student coming of age rituals are banal Billy on the other hand is at the opposite extreme A brilliant mathematics student he is still naïve self centred bursting with teenage hormones and in love with love The brothers relationship with each other and with the several women in their lives develops and expands right up to a moment of

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  • Anna and the Jewel Thieves by Mortimer Tune
    dispose of the loot in Paris A whimsical tale that grows funnier as each page turns this wonderful children s classic is brought to life with delightful illustrations by David Kelley A rollicking adventure with barrels of laughs for children young and old Mortimer Tune is the pen name of a British American humorist and mystery writer David Kelley was a Fellow of Trinity College Cambridge Listen to Chapter 1

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  • Black Apollo Press - Children of the Ghetto by Israel Zangwill
    numerous plays stories and novels about Jewish life in London at the turn of the century including The King of Schnorrers 1894 and Ghetto Comedies 1907 His plays include The Melting Pot 1908 and We Moderns 1924 Children of the Ghetto his best known book was published in 1892 It documents the lives of immigrant Jews who lived and worked in the Yiddish speaking streets and densely packed alleys emptying

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  • Constantinople 1920 by Haig Tahta
    Selim a Turk are impossibly in love Their relationship much more difficult and problematic than Romeo and Juliet develops and unfolds during the Greco Turkish War reaching its shocking climax in the burning of Smyrna An historical novel of deep insight and high passions Constantinople 1920 brings to focus a time which echoed throughout the world and set in train events that would engulf Europe in flames a few decades later Written with a rare sense of humanity and peopled with a plethora of characters bold sensitive articulate and always fascinating Constantinople 1920 is that rare novel of ideas and drama that appeals to both the heart and the intellect Haig Tahta was born in Manchester of Armenian parents who came to England in the 1920s from Constantinople The connection with Stamboul continued throughout his formative years when long holidays were taken there with his large extended family Inevitably he attained his degree in Modern History at Oxford where he specialized in the Eastern Question On leaving Oxford he became a lawyer remaining in that profession for forty years During his working life he took a strong interest in the Armenian disaspora Along with his brother Dick Tahta Haig translated

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