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Collected studies on the Roman novel / Ensayos sobre la n...

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Collected studies on the Roman novel / Ensayos sobre la novela romana
The ancient novel no longer occupies a marginal position in the field of Classical studies. On the contrary, it is an area of research that is constantly expanding, thanks in part to the discovery of new papyri. But there is also a growing interest in so-called "fringe narratives" in their own right, and far more attention is being paid to Christian and Byzantine fic-tion, as well as to other points of contact between the ancient novel and tra...

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Handbook of European freshwater fishes

Kottelat, M.
Handbook of European freshwater fishes
This reference work covering 546 native and 33 introduced species is a very important contribution on the biodiversity of freshwater fish species in Europe. Much of the information presented is drawn from original research conducted over 8 years in 24 European countries. Includes: - key to genera and species, diagnoses for all species - methods for identification - habitat, biology and ecology - native, extirpated and introduced distribution ...

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Cabinda. Obama's Challenges in Africa

Capita, Bartolomeu
Cabinda. Obama's Challenges in Africa
CABINDA, in the light of the 1885 international protectorate treaty with Portugal and of the OAU’s 1963 list of the African countries, is a sovereign State in international law. Despite Cabinda’s well known legal and political sovereignty, particular Western European imperialist powers made use of all sorts of trickeries to help Angola (MPLA) occupy Cabinda militarily in 1975. This illegal occupation was intended to have full control over Cabi...

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Trauma, Postmodernism, and the Aftermath of World War II

Crosthwaite, Paul
Trauma, Postmodernism, and the Aftermath of World War II
The radical, 'postmodernist' waves of experimentation that swept Anglo-American fiction from the late 1960s constitute a delayed response to the upheavals of the Second World War, yet the legacy of the war barely figures in prevalent accounts of the postmodernist movement. As Paul Crosthwaite shows in this provocative book, to recognize the significance of the war in contemporary culture is to acknowledge that postmodernism, as a sensibility, ...

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