French Young Person s Phrase BookFrench Young Person s Phrase Book



Unlike the competition, these phrase books have been specially written for families, business people or young independent travellers, each of whom will need very different phrases and vocabulary.

Author: Simon Collin

Publisher: Peter Collin Pub Limited

ISBN: 1904012116

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Page: 180

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Written expressly for young adults, this customized phrase book has essential phrases and a mini dictionary that covers every situation from school activities, bars, and sports. 20 illustrations.

French Business Phrase BookFrench Business Phrase Book



Unlike the competition, these phrase books have been specially written for families, business people or young independent travellers, each of whom will need very different phrases and vocabulary.

Author: Simon Collin

Publisher: Peter Collin Pub Limited

ISBN: 1904012108

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Page: 180

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This phrase book, with essential phrases and a mini dictionary written expressly for business travellers, covers every situation business people may ecounter from invoices, meetings and contracts.

French Family Phrase BookFrench Family Phrase Book



Unlike the competition, these phrase books have been specially written for families, business people or young independent travellers, each of whom will need very different phrases and vocabulary.

Author: Simon Collin

Publisher: Peter Collin Publishing

ISBN: 1904012094

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Page: 180

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With essential phrases and a mini dictionary written expressly for families with young children, this guide covers every situation from asking for high chairs to purchasing diapers. 20 illustrations.

A Classified Catalogue of School College Classical Technical and General Educational Works in Use in the United Kingdom and Its Dependencies in 1876A Classified Catalogue of School College Classical Technical and General Educational Works in Use in the United Kingdom and Its Dependencies in 1876



French COMPOSITION and TRANSLATION - continued . Contanseau's Premières Lectures , from French authors who have written for the young , 12mo , 2s 6d ...

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ISBN: BL:A0023753025

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Page: 154

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The Oxford Handbook of the Eighteenth Century NovelThe Oxford Handbook of the Eighteenth Century Novel



In fact, the English term 'Grand Tour' came from a French phrase, ... 'Our young English travellers', he notes, 'generally distinguish themselves by a ...

Author: J. A. Downie

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780191651069

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Although the emergence of the English novel is generally regarded as an eighteenth-century phenomenon, this is the first book to be published professing to cover the 'eighteenth-century English novel' in its entirety. This Handbook surveys the development of the English novel during the 'long' eighteenth century-in other words, from the later seventeenth century right through to the first three decades of the nineteenth century when, with the publication of the novels of Jane Austen and Walter Scott, 'the novel' finally gained critical acceptance and assumed the position of cultural hegemony it enjoyed for over a century. By situating the novels of the period which are still read today against the background of the hundreds published between 1660 and 1830, this Handbook not only covers those 'masters and mistresses' of early prose fiction-such as Defoe, Richardson, Fielding, Sterne, Burney, Scott and Austen-who are still acknowledged to be seminal figures in the emergence and development of the English novel, but also the significant number of recently-rediscovered novelists who were popular in their own day. At the same time, its comprehensive coverage of cultural contexts not considered by any existing study, but which are central to the emergence of the novel, such as the book trade and the mechanics of book production, copyright and censorship, the growth of the reading public, the economics of culture both in London and in the provinces, and the re-printing of popular fiction after 1774, offers unique insight into the making of the English novel.