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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «FR.»
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Palmer investigates the category of modality, drawing on a wealth of examples from a wide variety of languages.
First published in 1988. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Historical Representation: F.R. Ankersmit
Focusing on the notion of representation and on the necessity of distinguishing between representation and description, this book argues that the traditional semantic apparatus of meaning, truth, and reference that we use for description ...
"Svendsen has a way with words, and, unlike many writers of philosophy books, is also blessed with a sly wit and a thorough knowledge of popular culture."-Phil Miller, The Glasgow Herald
Lars Fr. H. Svendsen, 2010
F.R. Leavis: a literary biography
F.R. Leavis (1895-1978), English literary critic, educationalist and thinker, possessed one of the most formidable, incisive and challenging minds of his age.
The Literary Criticism of F. R. Leavis
A comprehensive analysis and assessment of the many strands of Leavis's work, emphasising the basic unity of his ideas.
The title of the book comes from a passage in Eliot's 'The Function of Criticism', in which the poet argues that the critic must engage in 'the common pursuit of true judgment'.
F.R. Leavis: a life in criticism
The story of his life, as recounted by Ian MacKillop, who was one of Leavis's students, is therefore a chronicle of the development of the study of modern literature.
Ian Duncan MacKillop, 1995
This introductory volume explores the playwright's chaotic universe, where God has retreated beyond the stars and where blind chance is the real prime mover, justice is corruptible, ideologies useless, and tragedy no longer possible.
Roger Alan Crockett, 1998
The Danse Macabre of Women: Ms. Fr
. 995 of the Bibliothèque ...
The 'Danse Macabre' of Women is a 15th-century French poem found in an illuminated late-medieval manuscript. This book contains reproductions of each manuscript folio, a translation and explanatory chapters by Ann Tukey Harrison.
Ann Tukey Harrison, Sandra Hindman, 1994