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Napping Princess - Collector's Edition (Dual Fo...
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Kokone should be diligently studying for her university entrance exams, but she just can't seem to stay awake. Aside from stealing precious study time, her napping is even more distracting, as it brings on strange dreams with warring machines that hint at family secrets that have been dormant for years. She can't ask her father, a hipster mechanic more talented and artful than his job requires, as he's always busy modifying motorcycles and cars in flights of fancy. What are these visions that lead Kokone at once closer to and farther away from her family? Presented in collectors packaging this limited edition release of only 1500 copies includes an art card certifying the release number. Includes the film on Blu-Ray and DV D with both the English dub and the original Japanese track with English subtitles, as well as extensive video extras. Features: Film on Blu-Ray and DVD Collectors Packaging 40-page Booklet Art Card certifying release number Interview with Kenji Kamiyama Introduction at the Japanese Premiere Greeting at Japanese Release Okayama Scenery Special Interviews with Cast Special TV Program Japanese trailers English trailer TV Spots

Anbieter: Zavvi
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A STYLISTIC STUDY OF THE LANGUAGE OF SELECTED G...
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A STYLISTIC STUDY OF THE LANGUAGE OF SELECTED GREETING CARDS ab 58.99 € als Taschenbuch: IN NIGERIA AND THE UNITED KINGDOM. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, English, International, Gebundene Ausgaben,

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A STYLISTIC STUDY OF THE LANGUAGE OF SELECTED G...
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This study demonstrates the aesthetics, emotivity, and graphology of language use in greeting cards by comparing greeting cards produced in Nigeria and the United Kingdom. The data for the study are randomly selected to cover a wide range of occasions and situations, such as Christmas, Easter, Birthdays, Marriages, Examinations, Graduation, Illness, and Bereavement. Describing the context and content of the selected greeting cards, their orthographic and rhetoric features, sentence types, diction and, interpreting all these indices with regard to their environment of production, the author has been able to show that the language of greeting cards is another variety of English Language.

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Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History
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From admired historian-and coiner of one of feminism's most popular slogans-Laurel Thatcher Ulrich comes an exploration of what it means for women to make history. In 1976, in an obscure scholarly article, Ulrich wrote, 'Well behaved women seldom make history.' Today these words appear on t-shirts, mugs, bumper stickers, greeting cards, and all sorts of Web sites and blogs. Ulrich explains how that happened and what it means by looking back at women of the past who challenged the way history was written. She ranges from the fifteenth-century writer Christine de Pizan, who wrote The Book of the City of Ladies, to the twentieth century's Virginia Woolf, author of A Room of One's Own. Ulrich updates their attempts to reimagine female possibilities and looks at the women who didn't try to make history but did. And she concludes by showing how the 1970s activists who created 'second-wave feminism' also created a renaissance in the study of history.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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A Christmas Carol
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'A Christmas Carol' is a novella by Charles Dickens. It was first published in London by Chapman & Hall on 19 December 1843. The novella met with instant success and critical acclaim. 'Carol' tells the story of a bitter old miser named Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformation into a gentler, kindlier man after visitations by the ghost of his former business partner Jacob Marley and the Ghosts of Christmases Past, Present and Yet to Come. The book was written and published in early Victorian era Britain, a period when there was strong nostalgia for old Christmas traditions together with the introduction of new customs, such as Christmas trees and greeting cards. Dickens' sources for the tale appear to be many and varied, but are, principally, the humiliating experiences of his childhood, his sympathy for the poor, and various Christmas stories and fairy tales. The publication of three influential books spurred the interest among the Victorians for a nostalgic Christmas: Davies Gilbert's 'Some Ancient Christmas Carols' (1822), William Sandys's 'Selection of Christmas Carols, Ancient and Modern' (1833), and Thomas Kibble Hervey's 'The Book of Christmas' (1837). That interest was further stimulated by Prince Albert, Queen Victoria's German-born husband, who popularized the German Christmas tree in Britain after his marriage to Victoria in 1841. At this time too, the first Christmas card was introduced in 1843, and a revival in carol singing was undertaken. Hervey's study of Christmas customs attributed their passing to regrettable social change and the urbanization of England. Dickens' 'Carol' was one of the greatest influences in rejuvenating the old Christmas traditions of England, but, while it brings to the reader images of light, joy, warmth and life, it also brings strong and unforgettable images of darkness, despair, coldness, sadness, and death. Scrooge himself is the embodiment of winter, and, just as winter is followed by spring and the renewal of life, so too is Scrooge's cold, pinched heart restored to the innocent goodwill he had known in his childhood and youth. The novella has been credited with restoring the Christmas season as one of merriment and festivity in Britain and America after a period of Puritan sobriety and somberness. 'A Christmas Carol' remains popular - having never been out of print - and has been adapted many times to film, stage, opera, and other media.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.09.2020
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A Christmas Carol
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'A Christmas Carol' is a novella by Charles Dickens. It was first published in London by Chapman & Hall on 19 December 1843. The novella met with instant success and critical acclaim. 'Carol' tells the story of a bitter old miser named Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformation into a gentler, kindlier man after visitations by the ghost of his former business partner Jacob Marley and the Ghosts of Christmases Past, Present and Yet to Come. The book was written and published in early Victorian era Britain, a period when there was strong nostalgia for old Christmas traditions together with the introduction of new customs, such as Christmas trees and greeting cards. Dickens' sources for the tale appear to be many and varied, but are, principally, the humiliating experiences of his childhood, his sympathy for the poor, and various Christmas stories and fairy tales. The publication of three influential books spurred the interest among the Victorians for a nostalgic Christmas: Davies Gilbert's 'Some Ancient Christmas Carols' (1822), William Sandys's 'Selection of Christmas Carols, Ancient and Modern' (1833), and Thomas Kibble Hervey's 'The Book of Christmas' (1837). That interest was further stimulated by Prince Albert, Queen Victoria's German-born husband, who popularized the German Christmas tree in Britain after his marriage to Victoria in 1841. At this time too, the first Christmas card was introduced in 1843, and a revival in carol singing was undertaken. Hervey's study of Christmas customs attributed their passing to regrettable social change and the urbanization of England. Dickens' 'Carol' was one of the greatest influences in rejuvenating the old Christmas traditions of England, but, while it brings to the reader images of light, joy, warmth and life, it also brings strong and unforgettable images of darkness, despair, coldness, sadness, and death. Scrooge himself is the embodiment of winter, and, just as winter is followed by spring and the renewal of life, so too is Scrooge's cold, pinched heart restored to the innocent goodwill he had known in his childhood and youth. The novella has been credited with restoring the Christmas season as one of merriment and festivity in Britain and America after a period of Puritan sobriety and somberness. 'A Christmas Carol' remains popular - having never been out of print - and has been adapted many times to film, stage, opera, and other media.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.09.2020
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Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History
16,99 € *
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From admired historian-and coiner of one of feminism's most popular slogans-Laurel Thatcher Ulrich comes an exploration of what it means for women to make history. In 1976, in an obscure scholarly article, Ulrich wrote, 'Well behaved women seldom make history.' Today these words appear on t-shirts, mugs, bumper stickers, greeting cards, and all sorts of Web sites and blogs. Ulrich explains how that happened and what it means by looking back at women of the past who challenged the way history was written. She ranges from the fifteenth-century writer Christine de Pizan, who wrote The Book of the City of Ladies, to the twentieth century's Virginia Woolf, author of A Room of One's Own. Ulrich updates their attempts to reimagine female possibilities and looks at the women who didn't try to make history but did. And she concludes by showing how the 1970s activists who created 'second-wave feminism' also created a renaissance in the study of history.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.09.2020
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A Christmas Carol
0,99 € *
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'A Christmas Carol' is a novella by Charles Dickens. It was first published in London by Chapman & Hall on 19 December 1843. The novella met with instant success and critical acclaim. 'Carol' tells the story of a bitter old miser named Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformation into a gentler, kindlier man after visitations by the ghost of his former business partner Jacob Marley and the Ghosts of Christmases Past, Present and Yet to Come. The book was written and published in early Victorian era Britain, a period when there was strong nostalgia for old Christmas traditions together with the introduction of new customs, such as Christmas trees and greeting cards. Dickens' sources for the tale appear to be many and varied, but are, principally, the humiliating experiences of his childhood, his sympathy for the poor, and various Christmas stories and fairy tales. The publication of three influential books spurred the interest among the Victorians for a nostalgic Christmas: Davies Gilbert's 'Some Ancient Christmas Carols' (1822), William Sandys's 'Selection of Christmas Carols, Ancient and Modern' (1833), and Thomas Kibble Hervey's 'The Book of Christmas' (1837). That interest was further stimulated by Prince Albert, Queen Victoria's German-born husband, who popularized the German Christmas tree in Britain after his marriage to Victoria in 1841. At this time too, the first Christmas card was introduced in 1843, and a revival in carol singing was undertaken. Hervey's study of Christmas customs attributed their passing to regrettable social change and the urbanization of England. Dickens' 'Carol' was one of the greatest influences in rejuvenating the old Christmas traditions of England, but, while it brings to the reader images of light, joy, warmth and life, it also brings strong and unforgettable images of darkness, despair, coldness, sadness, and death. Scrooge himself is the embodiment of winter, and, just as winter is followed by spring and the renewal of life, so too is Scrooge's cold, pinched heart restored to the innocent goodwill he had known in his childhood and youth. The novella has been credited with restoring the Christmas season as one of merriment and festivity in Britain and America after a period of Puritan sobriety and somberness. 'A Christmas Carol' remains popular - having never been out of print - and has been adapted many times to film, stage, opera, and other media.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.09.2020
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A Christmas Carol
0,99 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

'A Christmas Carol' is a novella by Charles Dickens. It was first published in London by Chapman & Hall on 19 December 1843. The novella met with instant success and critical acclaim. 'Carol' tells the story of a bitter old miser named Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformation into a gentler, kindlier man after visitations by the ghost of his former business partner Jacob Marley and the Ghosts of Christmases Past, Present and Yet to Come. The book was written and published in early Victorian era Britain, a period when there was strong nostalgia for old Christmas traditions together with the introduction of new customs, such as Christmas trees and greeting cards. Dickens' sources for the tale appear to be many and varied, but are, principally, the humiliating experiences of his childhood, his sympathy for the poor, and various Christmas stories and fairy tales. The publication of three influential books spurred the interest among the Victorians for a nostalgic Christmas: Davies Gilbert's 'Some Ancient Christmas Carols' (1822), William Sandys's 'Selection of Christmas Carols, Ancient and Modern' (1833), and Thomas Kibble Hervey's 'The Book of Christmas' (1837). That interest was further stimulated by Prince Albert, Queen Victoria's German-born husband, who popularized the German Christmas tree in Britain after his marriage to Victoria in 1841. At this time too, the first Christmas card was introduced in 1843, and a revival in carol singing was undertaken. Hervey's study of Christmas customs attributed their passing to regrettable social change and the urbanization of England. Dickens' 'Carol' was one of the greatest influences in rejuvenating the old Christmas traditions of England, but, while it brings to the reader images of light, joy, warmth and life, it also brings strong and unforgettable images of darkness, despair, coldness, sadness, and death. Scrooge himself is the embodiment of winter, and, just as winter is followed by spring and the renewal of life, so too is Scrooge's cold, pinched heart restored to the innocent goodwill he had known in his childhood and youth. The novella has been credited with restoring the Christmas season as one of merriment and festivity in Britain and America after a period of Puritan sobriety and somberness. 'A Christmas Carol' remains popular - having never been out of print - and has been adapted many times to film, stage, opera, and other media.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.09.2020
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