The debate over women's role in the public sphere has been on-going for several hundred years. But since most histories were not social history, they didn't usually concern themselves with changes in society, or with issues related to gender-- it was believed that men's lives were more interesting and a male reader wouldn't want to read about a woman. [sigh] So, my advice? Do what I've tried to do-- find the women in your country who deserve to have their stories told, and tell them!
A local library can offer good starting points. There are a variety of books to research about this Irish Elf. Books are available that cover Irish History and Celtic Culture that feature a good deal of history behind this well known myth.
Mostly History books
you're asking about history, the answers are mostly written in books. the answer for your question is broad one book can be not enough.
Elizabeth Ludwig has written: 'No safe harbor' -- subject(s): Fiction, Large type books, Irish Americans, History, Young women
Beidh tú ins na leabhair staire
Nicholas Frankel has written: 'Masking the text' -- subject(s): English literature, Book design, Victorian Illustration of books, Illustration of books, History and criticism, Books, History
Stefan Klima has written: 'Artists books' -- subject(s): Artists' books, History
Jens Henkel has written: 'DDR 1980-1989' -- subject(s): Books, Illustrated books, Artists' books, History
Mostly children's books, but she has also written about seven books for adults. See www.annefine.co.uk for a full list.
It is written in the 24 books of the Hebrew Bible (×ª× ×´×š).
Doris V. Welsh has written: 'The history of miniature books' -- subject(s): Bibliography, History, Miniature books, Printing 'A bibliography of miniature books (1470-1965)' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Miniature books
There are entire books written upon the history and geology of the Witwatersrand goldfields.
It was titled Michael (?)
He is a famous Irish author. He wrote one of the most famous and popular books in history, which was Dracula.
St. John D. Seymour has written: 'Irish visions of the other world' -- subject(s): Visions, Eschatology, History and criticism, Irish literature, Future life 'The Puritans in Ireland' -- subject(s): Ecclesiastical history 'Irish witchcraft and demonology' -- subject(s): Demonology, Witchcraft 'True Irish Ghost Stories' -- subject(s): Ghost stories, Ghosts 'Anglo-Irish literature, 1200-1582' -- subject(s): English literature, History and criticism, Intellectual life, Irish authors, Civilization, Medieval, in literature, British, History, Irish literature (English), In literature 'Notes on apocrypha in Ireland' -- subject(s): Apocryphal books, Manuscripts, Irish, Irish Manuscripts 'The signs of doomsday in the Saltair na Rann' -- subject(s): Judgment Day in literature, Saltair na rann
Books did not replace anything. Before the written then printed word there was no means of recording history or fiction.
the saying history is written by the victors means that if you won you killed everybody else so you can say what goes in the books
There are literally hundreds of books on the history of philosophy. And they are written by hundreds of different authors.
Sean Lysaght has written: 'Noah's Irish ark' 'Erris (Gallery Books)'
I would say the answer to who has had the most books written about them would be Jesus Christ of Nazareth. Although he is hated by many, it seems that his controversial nature within society has made him one of the most famous people spoken of and written about through out history.
The Irish author, Colm Toibin, has written famous books such as "The Heather Blazing" and "The Blackwater Lightship", which he has won awards for. Other examples include "The Master" and "Brooklyn".
The author Cecelia Ahern has written 10 books. This excludes her short story work and magazine editorials. Cecelia Ahern is an Irish novelist who began work in 2004.
AnswerThe Old Testament books of history were written to record what the early Jews believed to be the facts of their glorious past, and to place that history in an appropriate religious context.
Nina Gagova has written: 'Vladeteli i knigi' -- subject(s): Books and reading, Kings and rulers, Books, History
Vera Salomons has written: 'Choffard' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Catalogs, History, Illustrated books, Illustration of books