Adam Runaway: A Novel

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They are one of my frequent sources for biographical information. Katie Donovan’s fifth collection of poetry, Off Duty will be published by Bloodaxe Books in September 2016. Almost alone among new immigrants, apart from those from the British Isles, most spoke the language of their adopted country. Further controversies and scandals arose concerning paedophile and child-abusing priests. Second, rural varieties of English seem not to receive as much notice.

Pages: 448

Publisher: Touchstone (July 26, 2005)

ISBN: B005Q7AQ1A

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