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The Bathroom

Author: Jean-Philippe Toussaint
Publisher: Dalkey Archive Press
ISBN: 9781564785183
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"An original and significant writer, whose fiction can be as engaging as it is surprising." The Times Literary Supplement

French English Bilingual Visual Dictionary

Author: DK
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1465443215
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Organized by such common subjects as Home, Work, Dining Out, Transportation, Health and Sports, these bilingual visual dictionaries give students, travelers, and business people quick access to foreign terms in the simplest and most intuitive way.

The Australian Bed And Breakfast Book 2008

Author: Carl Southern
Publisher: Pelican Publishing
ISBN: 9780975804032
Size: 75.87 MB
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Discover the joys of real hospitality in an Aussie home, choosing from over 400 addresses with accommodation to suit all budgets. Places to stay are wide and various, from self contained houses, lodges in National Parks and farm stays.

The Representation Of The Relationship Between Center And Periphery In The Contemporary Novel

Author: Ruth Amar
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1527519457
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This collection of essays offers a comparative perspective on different forms of representation of social hybridity in contemporary novels through various cultural and linguistic lenses. It explores the various subcategories of their interdependent relationships, including power and domination between hegemony and marginality. The book revolves around five axes: namely, writing strategies and reterritorialization; marginality and intermediary spaces; revisited urban spaces; when periphery becomes center; and the modality of confrontation and construction of identity. It focuses on the identification and classification of spaces in order to understand their function in relation to the thematic strategy of the novel. Its main objective is identifying the textual representation of the challenge of center and periphery, as well as these concepts’ role and significance in diegesis. Thus, new light is shed on the subject and on the contemporary novel as a whole.

Entre Amis

Author: Michael Oates
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1133710859
Size: 78.21 MB
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The seamless articulation of vocabulary, grammar, activities and cultural content is what makes ENTRE AMIS so effective in the classroom! ENTRE AMIS is a performance-oriented program designed to expand students' interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational communicative skills by presenting and rehearsing situations similar to those they will encounter in real life. Based on a progressive approach, ENTRE AMIS features thorough coverage of all four-language skills with a strong emphasis on oral communication. The language presented and practiced is always embedded in a French cultural context. The Sixth Edition of ENTRE AMIS has been thoroughly updated and now incorporates the latest technology offerings, including the iLrn Heinle Learning Center. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Degr Second

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Studies in French literature from the Renaissance to the present.

France

Author: Rosemary Bailey
Publisher: National Geographic Books
ISBN: 1426208227
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Presents a comprehensive travel guide to France; and contains full-color photographs, detailed maps, and information on hotels and restaurants, tourist sites, castles and cathedrals, museums, and World War II battlefields.

Histoires De Hantise

Author: Mireille Thibault
Publisher:
ISBN: 2924024889
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L’auteur fait le récit de dix cas d’enquêtes effectuées au cours des vingt dernières années. Toutes les histoires rapportées sont des faits vécus et chacune d’entre elles mène à des questions concernant les phénomènes paranormaux. La pratique de la magie noire ou des rites occultes peut-elle provoquer des phénomènes de hantise ? Une personne peut elle être possédée par l’esprit d’un mort ? Les enfants possèdent-ils des capacités paranormales supérieures à celles des adultes ? Ces questions nous ramènent à des mythes véhiculés depuis la nuit des temps. Sur le plan scientifique, jusqu’où peut-on s’appuyer sur des faits précis pour valider les hypothèses ? Les lecteurs des précédents ouvrages de Mireille Thibault savent qu’elle est fort sceptique devant les résultats obtenus par des médiums, bien qu’elle croie à la bonne foi de la plupart des personnes prétendant posséder des dons. Vous serez parfois surpris que l’auteur remette en question certaines de ses propres conclusions. L’auteur avoue qu’en cours de rédaction de Histoires de hantise, elle a découvert des faits étonnants qui l’ont obligée à douter de quelques croyances qu’elle avait endossées, à remettre en cause une déduction qui, à l’époque, semblait juste ou, à tout le moins, dans le domaine du possible.