1001 Most Useful French Words New Edition

Author: Heather McCoy
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486261085
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Up-to-date entries cover technology terms, and sections on vocabulary and grammar offer helpful tips. Each word is accompanied by a brief definition, a sentence demonstrating proper usage, and a translation.

The Tragedy Of Hamlet Prince Of Denmark English French Edition Illustrated

Author: William Shakespeare
Publisher: Clap Publishing, LLC.
ISBN: 194433369X
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Set in Denmark, the play dramatises the revenge Prince Hamlet is called to wreak upon his uncle, Claudius, by the ghost of Hamlet's father, King Hamlet. Claudius had murdered his own brother and seized the throne, also marrying his deceased brother's widow. Le prince Hamlet est le fils du premier roi de Danemark, également nommé « Hamlet ». Il est étudiant à l'université de Wittenberg. Le spectre de son père le charge de venger son meurtre. Il y parvient enfin, mais seulement après que la famille royale a été évincée et que lui-même a été mortellement blessé par Laërte d'un coup d'épée empoisonnée.

The Commonplace Book Of William Byrd Ii Of Westover

Author: Kevin Joel Berland
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 0807839116
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William Byrd II (1674-1744) was an important figure in the history of colonial Virginia: a founder of Richmond, an active participant in Virginia politics, and the proprietor of one of the colony's greatest plantations. But Byrd is best known today for his diaries. Considered essential documents of private life in colonial America, they offer readers an unparalleled glimpse into the world of a Virginia gentleman. This book joins Byrd's Diary, Secret Diary, and other writings in securing his reputation as one of the most interesting men in colonial America. Edited and presented here for the first time, Byrd's commonplace book is a collection of moral wit and wisdom gleaned from reading and conversation. The nearly six hundred entries range in tone from hope to despair, trust to dissimulation, and reflect on issues as varied as science, religion, women, Alexander the Great, and the perils of love. A ten-part introduction presents an overview of Byrd's life and addresses such topics as his education and habits of reading and his endeavors to understand himself sexually, temperamentally, and religiously, as well as the history and cultural function of commonplacing. Extensive annotations discuss the sources, background, and significance of the entries.