Egildo Bevilacqua - Identita Linguistiche della Calabria

Publisher: DEA | ISBN: 8888557427 | Release: 2011 | Italian | 132 Pages | PDF vScans | 32.12 Mb

La pubblicazione dal titolo Identita linguistiche della Calabria, e un insieme di consigli per straordinari viaggi tra le diverse culture. Eccezionali percorsi tra le comunita italo-albanesi, grecaniche e occitane della nostra amata regione.

Bridges to Understanding: Envisioning the World through Children's Books

English | ISBN: 0810881063 | 2011 | PDF | 534 pages | 3 MB

This is the fourth volume sponsored by the United States Board on Books for Young People, following Children's Books from Other Countries (1998), The World Through Children's Books (2002), and Crossing Boundaries (2006). This latest volume, edited by Linda M. Pavonetti, includes books published between 2005 and 20

Vex, Hex, Smash, Smooch: Let Verbs Power Your Writing

ISBN: 0393081168 | 2012 | EPUB/MOBI | 400 pages | 477 KB/795 KB

A writing handbook that celebrates the infinite pizzazz of verbs.
Writers know it instinctively: Verbs make a sentence zing. Grammar gurus agree: Drama in writing emerges from the interplay of a subject (noun) and a predicate (verb). Constance Hale, the best-selling author of Sin and Syntax, zooms in on the co

Museum Making: Narratives, Architectures, Exhibitions

2012 | 360 Pages | ISBN: 0415676037 , 0415676029 | PDF | 12 MB

Over recent decades, many museums, galleries and historic sites around the world have enjoyed an unprecedented level of large-scale investment in their capital infrastructure, in building refurbishments and new gallery displays. This period has also seen the creation of countless new purpose-built museums and gallerie

Reversing Babel: Translation Among the English During an Age of Conquests, c. 800 to c. 1200

English | ISBN: 1611490529 | 2011 | PDF | 362 pages | 6 MB

Reversing Babel: Translation among the English during an Age of Conquests, c. 800 to c. 1200, starts with a small puzzle: Why did the Normans translate English law, the law of the people they had conquered, from Old English into Latin? Solving this puzzle meant asking questions about what medieval writers thought about la