7 edition of International literature in English found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Robert L. Ross.|
|Series||Garland reference library of the humanities ;, vol. 1159|
|Contributions||Ross, Robert L.|
|LC Classifications||PR9080 .I57 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 762 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||762|
|LC Control Number||90024468|
Students learn to appreciate the artistry of literature, and develop the ability to reflect critically on their reading, presenting literary analysis powerfully through both oral and written communication. Death and the Maiden. A fantasy in which Alice follows the White Rabbit to a dream world. Sons and Lovers.
Anna Karenina. Darwish, Mahmoud. A fully integrated Progression Map tool allows quick and easy formative assessment of student progress, linked to guidance on tailored learning solutions, helping students make the best progress they can. A man born with the gift of the ability to disguish scents embarks on a journey to create the world's best perfume Swift, Jonathan. There are also obvious positions available in the publishing industry, from editor, to proofreader, to literary agent. Key features of the curriculum and assessment models Available at higher and standard levels Higher level study requires a minimum of class hours, while standard level study requires a minimum of class hours Students study 13 works at higher level and 9 works at standard level from a representative selection of literary forms, periods and places Students develop the ability to engage in close, detailed analysis of literary works, building understanding of the techniques involved in literary criticism The study of literary works in context is emphasised, and through the study of literature in translation the student is challenged to reflect on the role of cultural assumptions in interpretation Students are assessed through a combination of formal examination and oral and written coursework.
Even the Bible, it should be remembered, is a book in translation. And then there are the numerous small journals — literary, underground and regional journals that publish poetry, short stories, and excerpts in translation. Reading Can Xue is like participating in a literary performance as you puzzle out the logic beneath these engrossing dreamscapes. Earlier this summer Gabi Kreslehner, the Austrian author of the crime thriller Rain Girl, even found herself at the top of the Kindle bestseller list.
White paper on Mauritania.
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To disclose, or not to disclose
Jew as an absent-presence in late medieval England.
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Flow in channels.
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