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By Neil Perryman, Sue Perryman

One woman's particularly sweary, thoroughly unofficial, yet sometimes insightful advisor to the 1st 26 episodes of the cult BBC technology fiction sequence Blake's 7. This e-book collects the 1st 1/2 the reasonably profitable Adventures with the spouse and Blake web publication ('The approach Back' to 'Star One') and features a new advent, particular episode annotations and a foreword by way of Gareth Roberts.

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Pp 354–7). The rise of the West entailed the further deteriorations in the East that are detailed in Davis’s book. 67 By no means of Frank’s camp, but agreed on this, the historian Gordon Johnson has described what he considers the appropriate way Introduction: Individuals-in-Relation 25 to think of Britain’s empire – as shifting relationships in dynamic transnational webs: The focus might profitably be on tracking patterns of volatile and shifting relationships between countries and economies.

In Nanking alone, the ceramic factories produced a million pieces of fine glazed pottery every year, much of it specifically designed for export – those for Europe bore dynastic motifs, while those for Islamic countries displayed tasteful abstract patterns ... In India, the city of Kasimbazar in Bengal produced, just by itself, over 2 million pounds of raw silk annually during the 1680s, while cotton weavers of Gujarat in the west turned out almost 3 million pieces a year for export alone. By way of comparison, the annual export of silk from Messina ...

21 Old-world Europeans, on the other hand, burdened with the complexity of shame, guilt, resentment, envy, desire, etc. arising from social hierarchy and inequality, seemed much more lively inside themselves. Even their group or collective interiorities, as in Bloomsbury, produced more complex relationships. 22 No sovereign, no court, no personal loyalty, no aristocracy, no church, no army, no diplomatic service, no country gentlemen, no palaces, no castles, nor manors, nor old country houses, nor parsonages ...

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