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Discourse and Cognition: Bridging the Gap (Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language)

Book Description This collection includes work from cognitive science disciplines whose concerns overlap with linguistics, such as artificial intelligence, neurolinguistics and psychology. The fu [...]

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Hidden Hitchcock

Review ?Brilliant.? (Cineaste)?Clever and elegant, this super close-up look at just a few moments in Strangers on a Train,?Rope, and?The Wrong Man goes to the heart of what it means to ?view? and [...]

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American Literature (Barron's Ez-101 Study Keys)

Key topics start with colonial writers and cover three centuries of American prose and poetry, including present-day trends and influences. Designed to be compatible with virtually every standard textbook in their subjec [...]

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Inventing The Real World: The Art of Alain Robbe-Grillet

Several of Robbe-Grillet's novels and films are analyzed according to recurrent themes and patterns evident in his works. A critical case must be made for the author as artist, primarily concerned with the inventive use [...]

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Heroes Of The Comics: Portraits Of The Pioneering Legends Of Comic Books (Heroes of the Comic Books)

Review ?Drew Friedman?s Heroes of the Comics is a singular book, hard to categorize and yet sure to appeal to many fans. ?Heroes of the Comics? shows the medium?s defining faces in new, sometimes [...]

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The World's Major Languages

Review 'A magnificent piece of scholarship and editorical assembling, at--considering what books cost today--a surprisingly low price.'--R.M.R. Hall, Queens College, CUNY'This is the most thoroug [...]

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Government Issue: Comics for the People, 1940s-2000s

From Booklist Captain America fights drugs, Li?l Abner promotes military recruitment, and Supergirl encourages seat-belt use in the public-service comics produced by federal and state government [...]

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Teaching Twelfth Night and Othello: Shakespeare Set Free (Folger Shakespeare Library)

Review 'English Journal''(on 'Shakespeare Set Free: ' Teaching 'Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth,' and 'A Midsummer Night's Dream')If you have funds, time and energy for only one Shakespeare resource th [...]

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IDW: The First 10 Years

IDW celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2009 and we want to include you in the party! This comprehensive look at IDW Publishing is a two-volume hardcover set with slipcase. Volume One includes an oral history of the compa [...]

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Barron's AP English Literature and Composition, 6th Edition (Barron's AP English Literature & Composition)

From the Inside Flap Table of Contents: Barron's Essential 5 Introducing the AP English Literature and Composition Exam 1PART 1: GETTING ACQUAINTED WITH THE EXAM 1 Overview Section I Section [...]

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A Dictionary of English Place-Names (Oxford Quick Reference)

Review 'Another volume for every local historian's bookshelf.'--Local Historian'a book which will prove to be an invaluable travelling companion'--Landscape History Read [...]

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They All Love Jack: Busting the Ripper

Review ?Robinson?s achievement isn?t in revealing the Ripper but in writing the most involving, audacious, and wonderfully bonkers book of the year.? (Irish Times)?A strange, mind-boggling mixtur [...]

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Seasons on Harris: A Year in Scotland's Outer Hebrides

From Publishers Weekly Employing a similar formula to that of his last book, Seasons in Basilicata, Yeadon recounts the year?2004, arranged by season?he spent with his wife, Anne, on Harris, a sm [...]

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Five Gold Rings: A Royal Wedding Souvenir Album from Queen Victoria to Queen Elizabeth II

About the Author Jane Roberts is an art historian and writer. While working in the Royal Library at Windsor for nearly forty years, she wrote and edited numerous Royal Collection publications. [...]

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Seven Up (BFI TV Classics)

From the Back Cover Seven Up was made as a one-off documentary by Granada's flagship current affairs series 'World in Action' in 1964. It featured fourteen seven-year-olds who were interviewed ab [...]

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Victoria R. I.

using unrestricted access to materials from the royal archives, including previous unpublished passages from queen victoria's clelebrated journals, elizabeth longford's classic account remains the definitive biography of [...]

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Bradshaw’s Handbook

About the Author George Bradshaw became famous for producing the world's most successful and longest running combined railway timetable - a publication to be found in the library of every Victori [...]

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Remember When: A Nostalgic Trip Through the Consumer Era

About the Author Robert Opie has been collecting packaging, advertising and social history material for over 30 years. His collection now extends to half a million items; part of it was on displa [...]

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Graham Clarke's History of England: Before It Became Boring and Too Much Like Real Life

Uncluttered by commonplace knowledge and well-worn facts, this remarkable work offers a genuinely new account of some of the major events in English history. It explains, for instance, why Stonehenge was never completed [...]

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Nowhere's Child

Review This is a beautifully written story. Of healing and love - and pain. Reading this book is like sitting in front of Kari, listening to her opening her heart to you Irish Times [...]

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