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Def Leppard : The Definitive Visual History: Halfin, Ross (PHT)/ Elliott, Joe (FRW): BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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Def Leppard : The Definitive Visual History
Def Leppard : The Definitive Visual History
Publisher : Chronicle Books Llc
Published Date : 2011/05
Binding : Hardcover
ISBN : 9780811879309

BookWeb Price : A$ 45.00
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Language : English
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Book Description
Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A08745500
Place of Publication: United States
Subject Development: History
Textual Format: Pictorial Treatment
Academic Level: Extracurricular
Geographic Designator: Great Britain
LA Times Book Review - September 2011 #4-Reviews

This is an authorized visual history of one of the biggest bands in hard rock by photographer Ross Halfin, who has documented them from 1978 through to today.

Introduction. 1. Mastered for LifeEdwardian England. 2. Landscape with Figures: Home and Community in English Society (with Howard Newby and Jeanne L'Esperance). 3. The Rationalization of Housework. 4. Class and Gender in Victorian England: The Case of Hannah Cullwick and A. J. Munby. 5. The Separation of Home and Work? Landladies and Lodgers in 19th and 20th Century England. 6. The Role of Gender in the "First Industrial Nation" Farming and the Countryside in England 1780-1850. 7. Where the Stranger Begins: The Question of Siblings in Historical Analysis. 8. Regarding Some "Old Husbands Tales": Public and Private in Feminist History.