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Key to Writing Latin By Richard Ashdowne, James Morwood
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This booklet offers the authors’ fair copies for the exercises in their book, Writing Latin (Bristol Classical Press, 2007). Writing Latin is available from amazon, Blackwells online, and all... More > good booksellers.< Less
Key to Writing Latin By Richard Ashdowne, James Morwood
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This booklet offers the authors' fair copies for the exercises in their book, Writing Latin. The present version of the Key has been revised in a number of places that have been drawn to the authors'... More > attention by eagle-eyed readers.< Less
How to Speak and Write in Pig-Latin By Sara Campbell
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A handbook that explains how to speak the fun and easy language Pig-Latin step by step. You can learn this fun language in minutes.
How to Speak and Write in Pig-Latin By Sara Campbell
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A handbook that explains how to speak the fun and easy language Pig-Latin step by step. You can learn this fun language in minutes.
Nutting's Latin Primer By H.C. Nutting
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H. C. Nutting's classic Latin Primer. Nutting teaches Latin in a straightforward style that inspired Wheelock to write his (overpriced) Latin grammar. Nutting's work remains second to none for... More > beginners in the classics.< Less
Adler's Practical Grammar of the Latin Language By GJ Adler
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A guide to speaking and writing Latin.
Adler's Practical Grammar of the Latin Language By GJ Adler
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A guide to speaking and writing Latin.
The Latin Coup By Leopoldo Salmaso
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Following the teachings of Julius Nyerere, father of Tanzania and opponent of neo-liberist Reagan and Thatcher, a missionary doctor studies how rich countries exploit poor ones. Decades later the... More > doctor sees that the global crisis is the result of the same exploitation now including the middle classes in developed nations: a form of global neo-slavery where the slave traders are bankers. He tries to explain this to his friends but they do not listen to him because they are indoctrinated by mainstream media, accomplices of power. He resorts to writing a fiction where, putting into action the policies that our politicians are not using, he reveals the scams used to dominate the world. With this expedient he captures the readers’ attention and guides them with simple explanations to think for themselves and to regain political and monetary sovereignty. This booklet is a valuable aid for lay people, a friendly guide among countless, often impenetrable, economic and financial literature.< Less
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
The Generation of '72: Latin America's Forced Global Citizens By Brantley Nicholson, Sophia A. 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