4 edition of On the edge of Europe found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -254) and index.
|Statement||[compiled with commentary by] Audrey Salkeld and José Luis Bermúdez.|
|Contributions||Salkeld, Audrey., Bermúdez, José Luis.|
|LC Classifications||GV199.44.C28 O5 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 260 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||260|
|LC Control Number||94146200|
Pye (The Pieces from Berlin) takes readers on a far-ranging tour of Europe during the Dark Ages, looking at how civilization developed and evolved through the cultures “around the North Sea i. At Europe’s Edge, Unwanted Migrants Are Stranded in an Unrecognized Country Scammed by opportunistic agents, African students seeking a future in the EU have ended up stuck in Northern Cyprus.
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Ireland: On the Edge of Europe Hardcover – J by Agnes Pataux (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating5/5(1). Britain on the Edge of Europe describes Britain's post-war involvement with the continent amd assesses the country's chances of enjoying the benefits of the projected European boom.
Analysing the economic and political effects of Britain's edge-location, the author challenges orthodox notions of distance, cost and competitiveness and assumptions about the Cited by: Kapka Kassabova's personal essay on the border between Bulgaria, Greece, and Turkey--where many East Germans attempted to flee to the west before the wall fell in is a somewhat mystical look at the idea of border at Europe's back /5.
Now, from William H. McNeill, whose volume on The Rise of the West won such high praise, we have a study of Hungary and the neighboring regions—Europe’s steppe frontier from the Great Alföld through Moldavia and Transylvania to the Sea of Azov—which impressively demonstrates the impact of the open frontier on European history in its formative period.
The New Turkey: The Quiet Revolution On The Edge Of Europe. Chris Morris. Granta Books, May 1, - Political Science. 0 Reviews. Updated since the decision to begin Turkey's admission to the.
Border - Tales from the Edge of Europe. Kapka Kassabova travels to Bulgaria and explores the mysterious hinterland where the Iron Curtain met Greece and Turkey.
The tug of the border was powerful among the river dragonflies, like a gravitational force. Whichever way you turned, something was behind you and nothing ahead of you. Perhaps that’s what history is.
from Border Prix du livre du réel, shortlisted The British Academy Al-Rodhan Prize for Global Cultural Understanding. • Border: A Journey to the Edge of Europe by Kapka Kassabova is published by Granta (£). To order a copy for £ go to or call Free UK p&p over £10, Author: Sara Wheeler.
“The Edge Of The World” is an ambitious book. Its subtitle is “A Cultural History of the North Sea and the Transformation of Europe,” and its core thesis is that the cultural impact of the peoples bordering the North Sea has been ignored.
I think that thesis is false—such cultural impact can be seen everywhere, /5. A new perspective on the birth of Europe in ‘The Edge of the World’. “The Edge of the World: A Cultural History of the North Sea and the Transformation of Europe,” by Michael Pye.
In “The Edge of the World,” Pye concentrates on a murky era — the Middle Ages — and on a region of Europe that seems always to have been blanketed in mist, the North : Russell Shorto. Sir Edward John Poynter: Cave of the Storm Nymphs (, excerpt) Acknowledgement: This work has been summarized using the William Morrow ions are for the most part taken from that work, as are paraphrases of its commentary.
Overall Impression: A highly entertaining and suspenseful book telling the story of a great and wily explorer who in the end. Inher book of narrative non-fiction Border: a journey to the edge of Europe was published in the UK, USA and Bulgaria, and is expected to appear in other languages.
A "brave and moving study of the tragic borderland between Greece, Bulgaria and Turkey",  it has been described in The Sunday Times as "an exceptional book about Bulgaria's dark, often magical Born:Sofia, Bulgaria. One is political, about the lack of democracy within European institutions; the other is philosophical, about the erosion of Europe as a source of and home for universal values.
The political crisis is on view in Germany and Greece. In Border: A Journey to the Edge of Europe, Kassabova returns to the southern Balkans 25 years after she left to meander around the boundaries of Bulgaria, Greece, and Turkey.
Part of the lure was that the border areas were, during the communism of her girlhood, off-limits: "The closer you got to the border, the less your life was worth," she.
The fore edge (the outer, unbound edge of the block of pages of a book) has provided artists and artisans the opportunity to decorate books. Through Octo Special Collections will display several examples of decorated fore edges from the rare book collections in an exhibit entitled “On the Edge: European Decorated Books.”.
Over The Edge of The World Recommendation: To all lovers of historical literature I highly recommend Laurence Bergreen’s “Over the Edge of the World”.
If you are picking up this book, it is likely that you already know something about Ferdinand Magellan and his famous circumnavigation of the globe from to Border is a scintillating, immersive travel narrative that is also a shadow history of the Cold War, a sideways look at the migration crisis troubling Europe, and a deep, witchy descent into interior and exterior geographies.
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Credit: Marti Friedlander. Kapka Kassabova grew up in Sofia, Bulgaria, and now lives in the Scottish Highlands. Her most recent book is Border: A Journey to the Edge of Europe which was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Awards.
In a world ever more divided, ever more threatened by Mexican walls, restrictive new passports and fear of the unknown, we need books like this. Border: A Journey to the Edge of Europe.
A voyage into history, a tour of the world emerging from the Middle Ages into the Renaissance, an anthropological account of tribes, languages, and customs unknown to Europeans, and a chronicle of a desperate grab for commercial and political power, Over the Edge of the World is a captivating tale that rivals the most exciting thriller fiction.
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In the 30 Books in 30 Days series leading up to the Ma announcement of the National Book Critics Circle award winners, NBCC board members review the thirty finalists. Today, NBCC board member Kerri Arsenault offers an appreciation of Kapka Kassabova’s Border: A Journey to the Edge of Europe (Graywolf Press).
There’s been a lot of talk about. Villages in the Rhodope Mountain, Bulgaria, an area writer Kapka Kassabova focuses on in her book Border: A Journey to the Edge. But now Europe stands at a precarious moment. Anti-establishment and anti-EU political parties are on the rise. Brexit and the presidency of Donald Trump add to the uncertainty.
European Parliament elections in June As we decide which way to go, we should remember that Europe has always been at its best when we are united, bold and confident that we can shape our future together. The European Union has changed our lives for the better. We must ensure it keeps doing so for all of those that will follow us.
The Normans and the ‘Norman Edge’ therefore presents a potent combination. of thought-provoking overviews and fresh insights derived from new.
research, and its wide-ranging comparative focus has the advantage of illuminating. aspects of the Norman past that traditional regional or national histories. often do not reveal so clearly. Border: A Journey To The Edge Of Europe by Kapka Kassabova / / English / EPUB. Read Online 3 MB Download “Remarkable: a book about borders that makes the reader feel sumptuously free.” ―Peter Pomerantsev.
In this extraordinary work of narrative reportage, Kapka Kassabova returns to Bulgaria, from where she emigrated as a girl twenty. Award-winning author Kapka Kassabova leads the discussion of her haunting travelogue documenting the borderlands of Greece, Turkey and Bulgaria, where past injustices and current dilemmas powerfully converge to tell the story of human perseverance in the face of adversity – from wartime devastation to Cold War desperation to contemporary global crises.
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Contents Preface ix Acknowledgments xxiv List of Figures, Maps, and Tables XXVI Abbreviations xxxii List of Contributors xxxviii Part 1: The Paradox of Galicia A Cultural Crossroads at the Edge of Europe 1 The Paradox of Galicia A Cultural Crossroads at the Edge of Europe 3 James D’Emilio Part 2: The Suevic Kingdom Between Roman Gallaecia and Modern Myth.
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