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Nineteen Eighty Four

Author : George Orwell
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Because totalitarianism is not a nightmare — it’s a reality for millions of people. This terrifying novel shaped modern culture.

The Social And Political Thought Of George Orwell

Author : Stephen Ingle
ISBN : 9781134247776
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Stephen Ingle is Professor at the Politics Department, University of Stirling. His main academic interests are in the relationship between politics and literature and in adversarial (two party) politics, especially in the UK.

Auto To Elaphi Einai Diko Mou

Author : Oliver Jeffers
ISBN : 9609527655
Genre : Animals
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Educational Research And Innovation Languages In A Global World Learning For Better Cultural Understanding

Author : Della Chiesa Bruno
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This book examines the links between globalisation and the way we teach and learn languages.

Paradigm Found

Author : Kristian Kristiansen
ISBN : 9781782977704
Genre : Social Science
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Paradigm Found brings together papers by renowned researchers from across Europe, Asia and America to discuss a selection of pressing issues in current archaeological theory and method. The book also reviews the effects and potential of various theoretical stances in the context of prehistoric archaeology. The 23 papers provide a discussion of the issues currently re-appearing in the focal point of theoretical debates in archaeology such as the role of the discipline in the present-day society, problems of interpretation in archaeology, approaches to the study of social evolution, as well as current insights into issues in classification and construction of typologies. Taking a fresh, and often provocative, look at the challenges contemporary archaeology is facing, the contributors evaluate the effects of past developments and discuss the impact they are likely to have on future directions in archaeology as an internationally connected discipline. In its final part the volume reflects on current thinking on prehistory, using case-studies from a number of European regions and the Mediterranean, from the Neolithic to the Roman Period. The volume represents a tribute to the lifetime achievements of Professor Ev_en Neustupn_, a distinguished Czech archaeologist who contributed to the advancement of prehistoric studies in Europe and to archaeological theory and method in particular.

Dystopia N Matters

Author : Fátima Vieira
ISBN : 9781443850230
Genre : History
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The volume is divided into two parts, separated by an Intermezzo. The first part, “Dystopia Matters”, benefits from the contribution of reputed scholars of the field of Utopian Studies, who were asked to make a statement explaining why dystopia is important. The Intermezzo completes this part and offers the reader an informed discussion of the concepts of utopia, dystopia and anti-utopia whilst providing ground for the case studies presented in the second part, in the sections devoted to literature, film, and theatre. In one way or another, despite the variety of approaches, all contributors argue for the idea that, if dystopia has invaded most forms of contemporary discourse, its sibling, utopia, has not been eradicated from the scene. Furthermore, the studies show that the tension between the two concepts is instrumental to our cautious, conscious, and tentative construction of the future.

Television And The Moral Imaginary

Author : T. Dant
ISBN : 9781137035554
Genre : Performing Arts
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Just how bad is television? Drawing on a range of theoretical sources including Husserl Lacan, Lefebvre, Sartre, Schutz and Adam Smith, this book takes a phenomenological approach to the small screen to offer an original sociological approach to television and its contribution to moral culture of late modern societies.

The Dark Landscape Of Modern Fiction

Author : Patrick Reilly
ISBN : UOM:39015060005090
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This book explores the 'dark, pessimistic truth that pervades the pages of modern texts', setting a theme of Dante's Inferno against the work of modern authors including Dostoyevksy, Hardy, Conrad, Wharton, Kafka, Camus, Nathanael West, Waugh, and Flannery O'Connor. The author's thesis is that these writers exhibit a hostility towards the reader, an anger that the reader should continue to be so deludedly happy when the writer has become so mortifyingly enlightened.

The Creative Writing Handbook

Author : John Singleton
ISBN : UVA:X006034778
Genre : Authorship
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Books In Print An Author Title Series Index Bip 1993 94 9 1993 1994 9 O P O S I Titles

Author : R R Bowker Publishing
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