By Peter Gethers

"Norton is obviously a charmer, and Gethers tells his tale with contagious affection....Will hot the center of any proven cat-lover."
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Before Peter Gethers met Norton, the writer, screenwriter, and writer used to be a proven cat-hater. Then every little thing replaced. Peter opened his middle to the Scottish Fold kitten and their adventures to Paris, fireplace Island, and within the subways of long island took at the colour of legend and mutual love. THE CAT WHO WENT TO PARIS proves that typically all it takes is paws and character to alter a life.

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Consensus and Disunity (Oxford: University Press, 1979). Morgan, Kenneth O. Rebirth of a Nation: Wales 1880–1980, new edn (Oxford: University Press, 1982). R. Clemenceau (London: Eyre Methuen, 1974). 1 In the early 1920s the two powers diverged radically over the basis of European security and the place of Germany in the post-war world order. In the later 1920s the relationship was further strained by differences over commercial policy, the operation of the gold standard, war debts, disarmament and a host of other issues.

23. Dark, 13, 16–18. 24. Dawbarn, ix, 70, 112; Kahn, 1–4; Dark, 80–1; Atteridge, 12. John Ramsden 27 25. S. Enser does, though, allow himself in his bibliography the pointed cross-reference, ‘Mutinies, see French Army’. 26. TLS, 24 September 1914, 27 February 1919; Kahn, 5–6, 70, 97; Grey, 33–4; ‘A French Gunner’, 13–14, 62–3; McCabe, v, 2, 88; Dawbarn, 73. 27. Dark, 112; Dugard, v; Dupont, preface; Bertrand, 98; Drumont, 43; TLS, 26 April 1917. 28. Grey, 9; TLS, 4 June 1916; Allen, 324. 29. Drumont, 23; Davis, 217–8; Clarke, 30–31.

A culture or civilization’, he affirmed, ‘is something distinct both from race and from language’, and nations were commonly ‘a blend of races’. Yet even while insisting that ‘race is not destiny’, he accepted that at one remove it played a vital part in shaping destiny. Thus, ‘race is a material substratum or stuff which has to be shaped by the mind; and the mental shaping is a greater thing than that which has to be shaped. But every artificer and craftsman must know the qualities of the material on which he works’.

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