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Being Reconfigured presents some of the most brilliant and audacious theses in recent phenomenological research. Challenging so much post-Heideggerian doxa, it argues against contemporary phenomenology's denegation of Being, but suggests, as well, that ph
In recent years, there has been an explosion of critical interest in the icons, genres and traditions of 1970s Italian cult film.
This book explores the work of the British Board of Film Censors in the 1970s. Throughout the decade this unelected organisation set standards of acceptability and determined what could and what could not be shown on British cinema screens.
No one heard the shot. No one ever found the gun. It was Sunday, July 27, 1890.
This typological overview compares the degree to which different languages have means to give expression to modality (possibility, necessity) without lexical and direct inflectional means.
Echo and Narcissus: Echolocating the Spectator in the Age of Audience Research came about as a response to the recent shift of focus in the studies of cinema.
Exploring space: Spatial notions in cultural, literary and language studies falls into two volumes and is the result of the 18th PASE (Polish Association for the Study of English) Conference organized by the English Department of Opole University and held
Lord Byron remains, as he was to many of his contemporaries, the defining personality of his age and time, the quintessential late-Romantic: one whose life matched the freedom of imagination and possibility of his poetry, charismatic, irresistible and sho
Philosophers and students of the arts have wondered since the time of Aristotle about the nature of aesthetic experience, and how this experience can seemingly be evoked by works of art.
Research in Second Language Acquisition: Empirical Evidence Across Languages provides an overview of current research within the Processability Theory framework (Pienemann 1998; 2005).
Romanesque Architecture and its Artistry in Central Europe, 900-1300 A Descriptive, Illustrated Analysis of the Style as it Pertains to Castle and Church Architecture
This book seeks to offer a detailed survey of the Romanesque Architectural style preserved in Central Europe. It traces developments of the style from earliest examples of the post-Carolingian period to the height of sophistication during the transition t
This book brings together over eleven years of experience in the field of sustainable tourism, and will serve as handbook for further insights into this field.
Studies in Applied Linguistics and Language Learning brings together new and original studies in the area of critical applied linguistics, language policy and planning, and language learning and teaching.
The Bravo is one of the first products of Fenimore Cooper's extended stay in Europe, a novel set in Venice but with heavily political aspects that caused controversy in his native United States.
The Globalisation of Modern Architecture The Impact of Politics, Economics and Social Change on Architecture and Urban Design Since 1990
Taking the break-up of the Soviet Union and the entry of Russia, China and India into the global market as the start of a new era of globalisation, Robert Adam compares new developments in architecture and urban design with major shifts in the balance of
his book offers a new approach to the theory of change in argument structure and voice morphology.
This volume contains all the known short stories by Conan Doyle which were not collected into volumes for publication during his life.
Dickens wrote many small pieces for the journals he edited, often taking something of the character of the sketch or familiar essay, now a Victorian genre largely neglected. These two volumes collect those he wrote for his first journal; many are collabor
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