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by Niall Duthie
Niall Duthie is a novelist. He was born on 15 May 1947 in Aberdeen, Scotland. He was brought up there, and in Ghana, England and Malaysia.
Niall Duthie is a novelist. He is the author of three acclaimed novels: The Duchess's Dragonfly (1993, Phoenix House, Orion). Natterjack, (1996, Faber & Faber) and Lobster Moth (1999, Fourth Estate). He is currently working on three novels about women.
Natterjack Duthie Niall Faber 9780571179329 : The second novel from the author of The Duchesss Dragonfly. The result is a book whose conclusions are as convincing, and troubling, as they are original. Ferguson demonstrates that America has always been an empire in denial and shows the fateful consequences of its special brand of imperialism. He examines the challenges to the United States from its principal rivals, the European Union and China, and offers a compelling analysis of the connection between the country s domestic economic health and its foreign affairs the bottom line of imperialism, American style.
Niall Duthie has written: 'The duchess's dragonfly'. Niall J. Gannon has written: 'Investing strategies for the high net worth investor' - subject(s): Personal Finance, Estate planning, Investments. When was Niall Duthie born? Niall Duthie was born in 1947. What has the author J L Duthie written? J. L. Duthie has written: 'Proposed bitumen specifications derived from fundamental parameters'. What has the author Charles S Duthie written? Charles S. Duthie has written: 'God in His world' - subject(s): Doctrinal Theology, Evangelistic work. He is the author of three acclaimed novels: The Duchess"s Dragonfly (1993, Phoenix House, Orion).
Natterjack Niall Duthie. Library of Congress Control Number: 96156104. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 057117664X. System Control Number
Natterjack Niall Duthie. System Control Number: (OCoLC)34539961. System Control Number: (OCoLC)ocm34539961. System Control Number
Niall Duthie is a novelist. Natterjack, (1996, Faber & Faber) and Lobster Moth (1999, Fourth Estate)
Duthie offers us one dazzling, brutal or scaldingly funny detail after another.
Duthie offers us one dazzling, brutal or scaldingly funny detail after another. Taken from the paperback book cover, Faber and Faber, 1997). The task that Duthie sets himself in his second novel is great. The ambition is worthy of Macbeth and the tale no less salutory.