Land and Book

Filename: land-and-book.pdf
ISBN: 9781442644861
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 288
Author: Scott Thompson Smith
Publisher: University of Toronto Press

Download and read online Land and Book in PDF and EPUB Land and Book places a variety of texts in a dynamic conversation with the procedures and documents of land tenure, showing how its social practice led to innovation across written genres in both Latin and Old English.


Literature and the Land

Filename: literature-and-the-land.pdf
ISBN: 0867095687
Release Date: 2000
Number of pages: 208
Author: Emma Wood Rous
Publisher: Boynton/Cook

Download and read online Literature and the Land in PDF and EPUB With "Literature and the Land," Rous not only inspires you the help students to become environmentally literate, she provides the tools you need to make it happen.


The Land and Literature of England

Filename: the-land-and-literature-of-england.pdf
ISBN: 0393303438
Release Date: 1986
Number of pages: 555
Author: Robert Martin Adams
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

Download and read online The Land and Literature of England in PDF and EPUB A companion to British literature explores the political, social, intellectual, and cultural history and background of English poetry, fiction, prose, and drama and analyzes the changing conditions of literary activity.


Literature and the Land

Filename: literature-and-the-land.pdf
ISBN: UCSC:32106014066796
Release Date: 1998
Number of pages:
Author: Kelly McCall
Publisher:

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Text Theory Space

Filename: text-theory-space.pdf
ISBN: 9781134804559
Release Date: 2005-08-04
Number of pages: 280
Author: Kate Darian-Smith
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Text Theory Space in PDF and EPUB Text, Theory, Space is a landmark in post-colonial criticism and theory. Focusing on two white settler societies, South Africa and Australia, the contributors investigate the meaning of 'the South' as an aesthetic, political, geographical and cultural space. Drawing upon a wide range of disciplines which include literature, history, urban and cultural geography, politics and anthropology, the contributors examine crucial issues including: * defining what 'the South' encompasses * investigating ideas of space, history, land and landscape * claiming, naming and possessing land * national and personal boundaries * questions of race, gender and nationalism


Miejour Or Provencal Legend Life Language and Literature in the Land of the Felibre

Filename: miejour-or-provencal-legend-life-language-and-literature-in-the-land-of-the-felibre.pdf
ISBN: 9781446016275
Release Date: 2010-06
Number of pages: 512
Author: John Duncan Craig
Publisher: Warren Press

Download and read online Miejour Or Provencal Legend Life Language and Literature in the Land of the Felibre in PDF and EPUB Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.


The Far Corner

Filename: the-far-corner.pdf
ISBN: 9781582439402
Release Date: 2009-03-02
Number of pages: 256
Author: John Daniel
Publisher: Counterpoint

Download and read online The Far Corner in PDF and EPUB These essays include meditations and arguments on becoming a writer; on old-growth forest and the practice of clear-cutting; on the fluid dynamics and biotic diversity and mythic resonance of rivers; on the writers Ken Kesey and Wallace Stegner; on the literary genre of “creative nonfiction”; on death and dying and the consolations of mortality; on the al-Qaeda attacks of September 11, 2001; and on my allegiances to the places and region and country I call home. So writes John Daniel in the introduction to his latest book of essays, The Far Corner. Daniel writes from the ground he walks on and the landscape he inhabits, spinning narratives that seek to define how he belongs to the land and to life itself. He takes the reader to beaches, old-growth forests, and deep river canyons—wild places, and places scarred by human exploitation—and leads us also through inner landscapes where he explores mortality, creativity, and spirituality. This collection extends John Daniel’s earlier work in the personal essay form.


Many Peoples One Land

Filename: many-peoples-one-land.pdf
ISBN: 9780313309670
Release Date: 2001
Number of pages: 431
Author: Alethea Helbig
Publisher: ABC-CLIO

Download and read online Many Peoples One Land in PDF and EPUB Reviews and summarizes fiction, stories from oral tradition, and poetry from the four major ethnic groups in the U.S.--African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans.


Ireland

Filename: ireland.pdf
ISBN: 0873957830
Release Date: 1984
Number of pages: 195
Author: William A. Dumbleton
Publisher: SUNY Press

Download and read online Ireland in PDF and EPUB The essence of the Emerald Isle is captured in this book, which introduces the reader to Irish literature as it reflects and illuminates the history and culture of the people of Ireland. William Dumbleton has painted an impressionistic portrait of the country and its literature, focusing, where it serves to bring out the essential pattern, on relevant or exemplary works by such writers as Maria Edgeworth, William Butler Yeats, James Plunkett, Sean O Casey, John Synge, Liam O Flaherty, James Joyce, and John McGahern."


Travelers to an Antique Land

Filename: travelers-to-an-antique-land.pdf
ISBN: 0472082205
Release Date: 1993
Number of pages: 304
Author: Robert Eisner
Publisher: University of Michigan Press

Download and read online Travelers to an Antique Land in PDF and EPUB Stories of scholars, writers, artists, and explorers woven together in a narrative of Greek travel


From an Antique Land

Filename: from-an-antique-land.pdf
ISBN: 9780742563476
Release Date: 2009-01-16
Number of pages: 522
Author: Carl S. Ehrlich
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

Download and read online From an Antique Land in PDF and EPUB Many of the world's first written records have been found in the area of the Ancient Near East, in what is today known as the Middle East. While many people are familiar with the ancient Israelite literature recorded in the Hebrew Bible, most Near Eastern literature remains a mystery. From an Antique Land lifts the veil from these fascinating writings, explaining the ancient stories in the context of their cultures. From the invention of writing through the conquest of Alexander the Great, expert scholars examine literature originally written in Egyptian, Sumerian, Akkadian, Hittite, Ugaritic, Canaanite, Hebrew, and Aramaic. Each chapter includes an overview of the culture, a discussion of literary genres, and descriptions and short analyses of the major literary works. Photos of archaeological remains further illustrate these people and their writings.


Visions of the Land

Filename: visions-of-the-land.pdf
ISBN: 9780813921068
Release Date: 2002
Number of pages: 228
Author: Michael A. Bryson
Publisher: University of Virginia Press

Download and read online Visions of the Land in PDF and EPUB "Visions of the Land looks at the period from 1840 to 1970 through the works of seven explorers, scientists, and writers, in order to examine the various ways our culture has viewed nature. In this ambitious work, Michael A. Bryson draws upon a wide array of references (narratives, technical reports, natural histories, scientific autobiographies, fictional utopias, and popular scientific literature), to better illustrate the constantly changing manner in which our culture has chosen to conceptualize nature. Dividing the book into three parts, "Narratives of Exploration and the Scientist-Hero," "Imagined Communities and the Scientific Management of Nature," and "Nature's Identity and the Critique of Science," Bryson discusses the works of John C. Fremont, Richard Byrd, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, John Wesley Powell, Susan Cooper, Rachel Carson, and Loren Eiseley"--H-Net.


German Students Manual of the Literature Land and People of Germany

Filename: german-students-manual-of-the-literature-land-and-people-of-germany.pdf
ISBN: 1103232967
Release Date: 2009-02
Number of pages: 248
Author: Franklin James Holzwarth
Publisher: BiblioBazaar, LLC

Download and read online German Students Manual of the Literature Land and People of Germany in PDF and EPUB This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.


Assam the Land of Sankaradeva

Filename: assam-the-land-of-sankaradeva.pdf
ISBN: UOM:39015027767535
Release Date: 1979
Number of pages: 106
Author: Vishwanath Pandey
Publisher:

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Literary Land Claims

Filename: literary-land-claims.pdf
ISBN: 9781771121002
Release Date: 2015-07-10
Number of pages: 326
Author: Margery Fee
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press

Download and read online Literary Land Claims in PDF and EPUB Literature not only represents Canada as “our home and native land” but has been used as evidence of the civilization needed to claim and rule that land. Indigenous people have long been represented as roaming “savages” without land title and without literature. Literary Land Claims: From Pontiac’s War to Attawapiskat analyzes works produced between 1832 and the late 1970s by writers who resisted these dominant notions. Margery Fee examines John Richardson’s novels about Pontiac’s War and the War of 1812 that document the breaking of British promises to Indigenous nations. She provides a close reading of Louis Riel’s addresses to the court at the end of his trial in 1885, showing that his vision for sharing the land derives from the Indigenous value of respect. Fee argues that both Grey Owl and E. Pauline Johnson’s visions are obscured by challenges to their authenticity. Finally, she shows how storyteller Harry Robinson uses a contemporary Okanagan framework to explain how white refusal to share the land meant that Coyote himself had to make a deal with the King of England. Fee concludes that despite support in social media for Theresa Spence’s hunger strike, Idle No More, and the Indian Residential School Truth and Reconciliation Commission, the story about “savage Indians” and “civilized Canadians” and the latter group’s superior claim to “develop” the lands and resources of Canada still circulates widely. If the land is to be respected and shared as it should be, literary studies needs a new critical narrative, one that engages with the ideas of Indigenous writers and intellectuals.