Tell Mrs. Poole I'm Sorry

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Famous exponents of installation art include Bruce Nauman, Joseph Beuys, Rebecca Horn, Christian Boltanski, Richard Wilson and Tracey Emin. As the military and political defeat of Gaelic Ireland became more pronounced in the early seventeenth century, sectarian conflict became a recurrent theme in Irish history. Scotland, directly north of England, has nearly five million inhabitants who occupy the northern 37 percent of the main island. Only a tiny number of Northern Ireland's population speak Irish.

Pages: 411

Publisher: St Martins Pr; 1st U.S. ed edition (February 1995)

ISBN: 0312118821

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