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Ian Scott and Henry Thompson

the son that Pagniacci’s father really wanted. The real tension between Pagniacci and D’Amato is a symbolic sibling rivalry in which D’Amato’s stance is vindicated. In the closing seconds of the Knights game, Pagniacci confides to her mother that things are out of control, and wonders aloud if it is her who is losing perspective. She apologises to her mother for her behaviour. After the game, D’Amato reminds Beamen of the game’s ethos: on any given Sunday, you are either going to win or lose. Beamen completes the aphorism: can you win or lose like a man? Finally

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Demand-side abundance and its discontents in Hungary during the long 1960s
György Péteri

’s counterrevolutionary regime (1957–1964). I then Consumer and consumerism under state socialism 21 discuss the reception of demand-side abundance through the critical sociology of András Hegedüs and Mária Márkus. Consumers for export? Ludas Matyi was a satirical weekly published throughout the postwar and Cold War eras (1945–1992). In the years after 1956, it was edited and published in offices neighboring those of the Communist Party daily, Népszabadság. Similar to its ‘sibling’ magazines in the other state-socialist countries (such as the Soviet Krokodil, the Czechoslovak

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Susan M. Johns

founded and was the heiress to the lands alienated.78 There are examples where a daughter, possibly unmarried, witnessed as part of a sibling family group: Rohais, Gilbert, Walter and Baldwin, the sons and daughters of Alice, the wife of Gilbert fitz Richard de Clare, witnessed a charter granted by Alice 1136–38.79 When c. 1123 Walter de Gloucester gave his nephew Little Hereford in fee, he compensated his daughter-in-law Sibyl through an exchange of one manor for another, since the land was of her dower. The witness list has fourteen 90 witnessing male witnesses as

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Theatre of Debate
Simon Parry

discussion that mostly takes less than two hours. It also opens up the perspective by playing out the processes, transformations and implications of molecularisation and optimisation on characters that are otherwise ordinary, depicted in everyday relationships with parents or siblings, making everyday choices about having children. Unlike Jurassic Park, or many other popular treatments of genetics, the central characters are not exceptional figures, motivated by hubris or living within a dystopian autocratic regime pre-empting ethical evaluation. If The Gift’s approach to

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Eric Pudney

intelligent children of two prominent families are expected to marry two fools. But instead of leading to a marriage between two characters who had believed themselves to be siblings, as in Mother Bombie, the play concludes with the daughters marrying Doubty and Bellfort, young Yorkshire gentlemen who are worthy of them. The resort to a marriage outside of the local area, I argue, is also politically significant. The character of Sir Edward Hartfort owes a great deal to previous witchcraft drama. Sir Edward is obviously derived from Generous in The Late Lancashire Witches

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Mara Lee Gerdén

forged together by at our first meeting. As mentioned, the abuse that Chehrehgosha and her siblings endured during their childhood had been brought up before, and especially in relation to the highly acclaimed and prize-​winning series of photographs entitled To Mom, Dad and My Two Brothers, where Chehrehgosha staged the death of her parents. In an interview, she has explained how this project was grounded in affects of anger and hate, but also love: My upbringing consisted of abuse and constant fear … My anger was so immense, many times I wanted to see my dad dead. My

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Bonnie Evans

speech, manipulation and other characteristics were dependent on ‘strength of drive and attitude’ and ‘opportunity for learning’, and ‘personality development’ was dependent on ‘the relationship the child makes with his parents and siblings in a particular social context’. 132 This use of statistical models to track child

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Sam Barrett

were more visible at the time of will-making) or it might reflect a conscious engagement with a range of kin. In the case of Bramley the evidence from the early nineteenth-century diary of Joseph Rogerson, linked to the reconstitution of the township, suggests the latter. Rogerson mentioned almost all of his available local kin (though he rarely specified an exact blood or marriage relationship) in the diary.36 Kinship, poor relief and the welfare process 209 Table 7.3 Bequests in West Riding wills, 1700–1820 Place Nuclear family Siblings In-laws G

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Literary satire and Oskar Panizza’s Psichopatia criminalis (1898)
Birgit Lang

will and deed were represented as one and the same thing, and he had to be restrained from cursing and swearing by one of his archangels, a kind of Ganymede, because his imprecations would be promptly fulfilled.86 Panizza’s Catholic father died when his son was only two years old. The ensuing religious conflict between his mother and the Catholic Church concerning the religious affiliation of Panizza and his siblings dominated ∙ 108 ∙ LITERARY SATIRE AND OSKAR PANIZZA’S PSICHOPATIA CRIMINALIS Panizza’s childhood, and Das Liebeskonzil presented a literary means of

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Massacres, missing corpses, and silence in a Bosnian community
Max Bergholz

personnel wrote reports to their superiors in Zagreb, noting that sometimes survivors would return to their villages after the mass killings – which they euphemistically referred to as ‘cleansings’ – only to discover horrific scenes with bodies. ‘This has created fear among the people, as well as indignation, all of which makes any kind of reconciliation [between the Serb and non-Serb population] unthinkable.’18 One can only imagine the experience of finding the murdered bodies of parents and siblings, with limbs being chewed off by livestock and dogs. For one local man

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