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  1. ¿CUAL GUERRA?

    / APR 2012

    En ¿Cual Guerra? Testimonios de Sobrevivientes Maya, algunos jovenes que fueron victimas de "la violencia" relatan sus historias. En sus propias palabras, nos cuentan como sus vidas fueron... read more »
  2. Zeh Lo Nora: Reference Book for Students of Hebrew

    / AUG 2012

    Ze Lo Nora was designed with two different readerships in mind--newcomers and old pros. Beginning and intermediate Hebrew language students will find in Ze Lo Nora clear, reliable... read more »
  3. Writing Woman

    / MAY 2007

    In 'Writing Woman' Sheila Delany examines the artifact "woman" from a radical perspective. Each individual is seen by Delany as an "artifact" -- made, not born -- laboriously worked up, pieced... read more »
  4. Writing That Makes Sense

    / MAR 2009

    Students often face a daunting dilemma in academia when it comes to writing. In their composition courses they are encouraged to express their emotions, find themselves, construct their own... read more »
  5. Writing Academic Papers

    / AUG 2012

    Writing Academic Papers is a book for undergraduate students in higher learning institutions and colleges designed to help them accomplish their academic paper assignments. This book... read more »
  6. Work Useful to Religion and the Humanities

    / OCT 2012

    In many ways, the method of comparison in the study of religion is connected to European expansion and empire building. This work explores the early modern origins of the comparative method for the... read more »
  7. Word and Story in C. S. Lewis

    / APR 2008

    Word and Story has broken new ground by enlisting well-known scholars in the examination of Lewis's ideas about language and narrative, both as stated in theory and as exemplified in... read more »
  8. Woman As Hero In Old English Literature

    / JUN 2005

    The first comprehensive study of heroic women figures in Anglo-Saxon literature investigates English secular and religious prose and poetry from the seventh to the eleventh centuries. Given the... read more »
  9. Witchcraft, Lycanthropy, Drugs and Disease

    / APR 2010

    Long before the political mass-murders witnessed in the present century, western Europe experienced another kind of holocaust--the witch-hunts of the early modern period. Condemned of flying... read more »

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