Quantcast
Till salu inom: ”

modulo cambridge tegel säljes

Nedan följer ungefärliga träffar relaterade till din sökning:

F
F
F
F
F

Tidigare annonser till salu

Benito Pérez Galdós was the foremost Spanish novelist of the nineteenth century. His novels are frequently compared with those of Dickens and Balzac, and considerd examples of ninteenth- century - realism. In a speech before the Spanish Academy of language, Galdós himself declared that the novel inán image of life; scholars have often considered thats image to be an uncritical reflection, or even a biased misrepresentation of the Spanish society of the time. This books shows, by detailed analysis of Galdós narrative techniques, how his novels display a much more skeptical and ironical attitude toward the ability of language to represent reality than the previously been recgniced. Cambridge University Press 1982. Förlagsband med skyddsomalag. 137 sidor. ISBN 0-521-23756-4
Hardback. cambridge University Press. 1400 g. 2002. ISBN: 052181037X. 337 s. Tjocklek.25mm. Kortsida.210mm. OBS tung bok. används som kurslitteratur. MYCKET fint skick delvis oläst porto ca 70 sek europa ca 225 sek utanför europa ca 250 sek OBS UTRIEKS KUNDER BETALAR ALLTID FÖRSKOTT OBS FOREIGN CUSTOMERS ALWAYS PAYS IN ADVANCE OVS VERY EXPENSIVE TO SEND ABROAD kapitel. Innehåll: Introduction- Bowker. Indian religions and the hindu tradition. Gavin Flood. Jainism. Paul Dundas- Sikhism. Elanor Nesbitt- Buddhism. India and Southeast Asia.- Gosling. Tibet. Abbotts. China- Corless- Japan. Ingram. Korea. Pak. Chinese religion. Yao- Korean religion. Grayson- Japanese religions. Sakashita. Judaism. Magonet. Zarathustra and the parsis. Bowker. Mediterranean relgiions. Classical greek and roman religion. David Bowker. Ancient Egypt and mesopotamia. J Bowker. Christianity. Edwars.- Norse religions. D Bowker. Islam. Jonstone. New religions. J Bowwker. Chronologies. Bibliography- index-
Cambridge University Press, 2002. Publisher's gold-decorated, full cloth. No dust jacket. Upper edge slightly stained. xvi, 322 pp. Marked, big dog's ear on page 145-146. "This Companion is designed for readers interested in past and present productions of Shakespeare's plays, both in and beyond Britain. The first six chapters describe aspects of the British performing tradition in chronological sequence, from the early staging of Shakespeare's own time, through to the present day. Each relates Shakespearean developments to broader cultural concerns and adopts an individual approach and focus, on textual adaptation, acting, stages, scenery or theatre management. These are followed by three explorations of acting: tragic and comic actors and women performers of Shakespeare roles. A section on international performance includes chapters on interculturalism, on touring companies and on political theatre, with separate accounts of the performing traditions of North America, Asia and Africa. Over forty pictures illustrate peformers and productions of Shakespeare from around the world. An amalgamated list of items for further reading completes the book."
Cambridge University Press, 1959-67, Vol. I [1964], XXII (2) 754 pp. + map 1-14; Vol. II [1964], XXII (2) 889 pp. + map 15-27; Vol. III [1964], XXXVIII 700 pp. + map 28-37; Vol. IV:I [1966], XL 1168 pp. + 15 fold. maps (1-15) and 1 fold. genalogical table; Vol. IV:II [1967], XLII 517 pp. + 3 maps and 42 pl.; Vol. V [1959], XXVIII 1079 pp. + map 78-86; Vol. VI [1964], XLI (1) 1047 pp. + map 57-66; Vol. VII [1964], XXXVIII 1073 pp. + map 67-77; Vol. VIII [1964], XLIV 1005 pp. + map 48-56.; publishers cloth w. dustwrappers; good condition