A Reader's Guide: The Development of Baha'i Literature in English ePub download
by Eunice Braun
- ISBN: 0853982287
- ISBN13: 978-0853982289
- ePub: 1921 kb | FB2: 1661 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
- Publisher: George Ronald; 1st ed. edition (December 31, 1986)
- Pages: 164
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A reader'S guide: the development of baha'I literature in english. Administration and development in the arab world: an annotated bibliography. Oxford, George Ronald, 1986. By JAMIL E. JREISAT and ZAKI R. GHOSHEH. Public Affairs and Administration series, 1.
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English literature is a rich literature Poets and writers of that period imitated Latin books about the early Christians, and also made up stories of their own, about saints.
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A Reader's Guide to the Nineteenth- Century English Novel lends perspec- tive to the best-loved novels of Dickens, Hardy, Austen, Brontë, Thackeray, Eliot, and Trollope. Equipped with a knowl- edge of such nuances as the difference between a vicar and a rector, or whether the untitled gentleman or the impov- erished baronet makes the more presti- gious dinner guest, the American reader is truly able to enjoy the humor, irony, and pathos offered by the Vic- torian novel. She is the author of Jane Austen's Novels: Social Change and Literary Form.
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