The marriage of unequals a comedy by Menghistu Lemma

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Statementby Menghistu Lemma ; translated from (the Amharic).
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ISBN 100333102916
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Mengistu Lemma (–) was an Ethiopian playwright and poet. Biography. Mengistu was born in Harar, to Aleqa Lemma Hailu and Wro Abebech undertaking traditional religious studies at the Tiqo Mekane Selassie church where his father was Aleqa (a title given to church leaders), he moved to the capital Addis Ababa due to the transfer of his father to the.

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Henry VI and Margaret of Anjou have become famous as the Lancastrian king and queen who were deposed during the Wars of the Roses but there is so much more to their story.

The political narrative of their years together is a tale of twists and turns, encompassing incredible highs, when they came close to fulfilling their desires, and terrible /5(13).

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