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LATIN ANGEL By , Angelo Scarlato
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This is a romantic action adventure, which has a latin flavour with new york spice. Two people meet under strange circumstances and their lives are drawn into a worlwind adventure on two... More > continents. He is made member of a large new york crime family when he finds himself in a foreign country trying to save his friend from a terrible end. She is struggling to survive by doing what it takes to make it , all the while having hopes that things would change. The two of them meet at the most desperate times of their lives.< Less
Mnemonic Latin By A. Grishin
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Learn Latin with ease! Latin derivatives and mnemonic hints for learning Latin vocabulary and grammar. The dictionary covers basic vocabulary used in most popular textbooks. Traditional gender rhymes... More > and some other mnemonic devices are also included. For more information on Latin derivatives and Latin quotes visit InRebus.com< Less
Mnemonic Latin By A. Grishin
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Learn Latin with ease! Latin derivatives and mnemonic hints for learning Latin vocabulary and grammar. The dictionary covers basic vocabulary used in most popular textbooks. Traditional gender rhymes... More > and some other mnemonic devices are also included. For more information on Latin derivatives and Latin quotes visit InRebus.com< Less
Mnemonic Latin By A. Grishin
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Learn Latin words with ease! Latin derivatives and mnemonic hints for learning Latin vocabulary and grammar. The dictionary covers basic vocabulary used in most popular textbooks. Traditional gender... More > rhymes and some other mnemonic devices are also included. For more information on Latin derivatives and Latin quotes visit InRebus.com< Less
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Learn Latin with ease! Mnemonic hints for learning Latin vocabulary and grammar. The dictionary covers basic vocabulary used in popular textbooks. Traditional gender rhymes and some other mnemonic... More > devices are also included. For more information on Latin Vocabulary and Latin quotes visit InRebus.com Paperback version available< Less
Mnemonic Latin By A. Grishin
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Learn Latin with ease! Mnemonic hints for learning Latin vocabulary and grammar. The dictionary covers basic vocabulary used in popular textbooks. Traditional gender rhymes and some other mnemonic... More > devices are also included. For more information on Latin Vocabulary and Latin quotes visit InRebus.com Paperback version available< Less
American Literature By Kathy DeVore
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This anthology of American Literature includes all of the essays, short stories, and poetry (plus a few extra selections) suggested for grades six and seven in Andrew Campbell's The Latin-Centered... More > Curriculum.< Less
Latin Primer: a guide for beginners By Benjamin L D'Ooge
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The indispensable introduction t the wonderful world of Latin language and literature
Samples - English Lessons Through Literature By Kathy Jo DeVore
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This free sample PDF contains the first two weeks of lessons from each level of English Lessons Through Literature. Levels 4 and up also contain additional lessons from later in the books.
The Generation of '72: Latin America's Forced Global Citizens By Brantley Nicholson, Sophia McClennen
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Caught between the well-worn grooves the Boom and the Gen-X have left on the Latin American literary canon, the writing intellectuals that comprise the Generation of ’72 have not enjoyed the... More > same editorial acclaim or philological framing as the literary cohorts that bookend them. In sociopolitical terms, they neither fed into the Cold War-inflected literary prizes that sustained the Boom nor the surge in cultural capital in Latin American cities from which the writers associated with the Crack and McOndo have tended to write. This book seeks to approach the Generation of ‘72 from the perspective of cosmopolitanism and global citizenship, a theoretical framework that lends a fresh and critical architecture to the unique experiences and formal responses of a group of intellectuals that wrote alongside globalization’s first wave.< Less