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Polish An Essential Grammar

Author : Dana Bielec
ISBN : 0415164052
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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Polish: An Essential Grammar is a reference guide to the most important aspects of current Polish as it is used by native speakers. It presents a fresh and accessible description of the language, focusing on genuine patterns of use in the modern language. The Grammar is the ideal reference work for the learner and user of Polish. It is suitable for both independent study and for students in schools, colleges, universities and adult education classes. Features include: * preliminary section on the Polish alphabet * up-to-date examples * comprehensive index The complexities of Polish are set out in short, readable sections. Explanations contain minimal jargon and emphasis has been placed on those areas of Polish that pose particular problems for the English-speaking student.
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Knowing One S Place In Contemporary Irish And Polish Poetry

Author : Magdalena Kay
ISBN : 9781441178435
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Are we allowed to choose where we belong? What pressures make us feel that we should belong somewhere? This book brings together four major poets-Heaney, Mahon, Zagajewski, and Hartwig-who ask themselves these questions throughout their lives. They start by assuming that we can choose not to belong, but know this is easier said than done. Something in them is awry, leading them to travel, emigrate, and return dissatisfied with all forms of belonging. Writer after writer has suggested that Polish and Irish literature bear some uncanny similarities, particularly in the 20th century, but few have explored these similarities in depth. Ireland and Poland, with their tangled histories of colonization, place a large premium upon knowing one's place. What happens, though, when a poet makes a career out of refusing to know her place in the way her culture expects? This book explores the consequences of this refusal, allowing these poets to answer such questions through their own poems, leading to surprising conclusions about the connection of knowledge and belonging, roots and identity.
Category: Literary Criticism