By Ian Sinclair
Характеризует 750 видов южноафриканских птиц, включая не только резидентные и размножающиеся, но и большинство мигрантов. Фотографии, многие их которых демонстрируют птиц в полете, иллюстрируют разнообразие форм и раскрасок.
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64 This competition strongly emphasized a cultural vision of the Irish nation, which would improve both the social and home life of rural Ireland, suggesting the importance of women and their role in the home and in the village community. Indeed, the conception of the Irish nation in the Irish Homestead derived a great deal of its inspiration from the work of the Gaelic League and the Gaelic Athletic 42 Women and the Irish Nation Association and their promotion of the ‘Irish-Ireland’ ideal. 65 The Irish Homestead was sympathetic to the cultural nationalism espoused by the Gaelic League.
AE argued that ‘nations are built up of individuals, and the character of a civilization is the aggregate character of the homes of the people’. 27 AE concluded by arguing that the ﬁreside was the heart of the nation: It is in the cottages and farmers’ houses that the nation is born. Here is engendered the ﬁery seed of nationality, the love for hearth and home, and kin and race, in which is the strength and endurance of peoples . . If you aim at a civilization of a high and noble character you must begin at the hearth.
P. Gill and H. F. Norman, and ﬁnally AE. From the very outset the Irish Homestead published columns intended for its female readers. These began with ‘The Fireside’ column, followed by (in chronological order), ‘The Predominant Partner’, ‘Household Hints’ and ‘Pages for Irish Countrywomen’. These columns, editorial comments, and the reaction of correspondents to the paper indicate the changing attitude of rural reformers to women. There were three distinct periods in which the Irish Homestead developed its thoughts about women and domesticity.
A Photographic Guide to Birds of Southern Africa by Ian Sinclair