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Reading Between The Lines

Author : Wendy Willow
ISBN : 9781780990064
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Have you ever wondered what it is like to be a Palm Reader? Can they really see the future by looking at your hands? Or do they just make it up? Can they really look deep inside someone and know everything about that person? Kind of gives you the shivers, doesn't it?
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Belonging In America

Author : Constance Perin
ISBN : 0299115844
Genre : Social Science
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The author asks why American culture draws the lines it does - between home and work, family and friends, or humans and animals. Throughout the book she attempts to point out the systems of meaning through which contemporary Americans create social order and define their relationships.
Category: Social Science

Reading Between The Lines

Author : Catherine Delamain
ISBN : 9781351705905
Genre : Medical
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Suitable for teachers and speech and language therapists working in the fields of language and literacy, and concerned with developing inferencing skills in their students, this book contains a collection of 300 texts which are graded, and lead the student gradually from simple tasks.
Category: Medical

Reading Between The Lines

Author : Jean H. Duffy
ISBN : 0853238413
Genre : Art
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This is the first extended analysis of Simon’s novels, examining the relationship between the work of the French Nobel prize-winning novelist Claude Simon and that of a number of visual artists whose work he has used as stimuli in the production of his novels.
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Reading Between The Lines

Author : Margaret Brownie
ISBN : 0195558561
Genre : Comprehension
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The third series of the bestselling Reading Between the Lines series contains a broad and varied range of text types including poems, short stories, recipes, postcards, emails, news reports, invitations, instructions for craft activities, maps and tourist brochures to stimulate students. Features Completely revised dictionary units now including extracts from current Oxford Primary dictionaries New exercises and activities (including crosswords, questions and puzzles) are included to support these Oxford dictionary extracts The series helps students to be able to follow instructions, interpret mathematics and science tasks, use telephone and street directories, order from catalogues, read recipes and timetables, read labels on packages, and understand the endless variety of printed materials encountered in day-to-day life Each text type is supported by engaging activities The new edition contains all of the strengths of the previous edition, and follows the same formula that has made this series a success for so many years, with the inclusion of up-to-date content, a modern look and new activities
Category: Comprehension

Reading Between The Lines

Author : Annabel Patterson
ISBN : 9781134872664
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Annabel Patterson tackles the hottest topic in literary studies today - `the Great Books debate - providing a superbly formulated moderate stance between the Western canon's radical oppponents and its zealous protectors.
Category: Literary Criticism

Reading Between The Lines

Author : Kenneth Brophy
ISBN : 9781317430025
Genre : Social Science
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Reading Between the Lines: The Neolithic Cursus Monuments of Scotland is the first systematic analysis of Scotland’s cursus monuments and is written by one of the foremost scholars of the Neolithic in Scotland. Drawing on fifteen years of experience of cropmark interpretation, as well as his involvement in several excavations of cursus monuments and contemporary sites, Kenneth Brophy uncovers some of the secrets of the Neolithic landscape. While outlining the physical characteristics of the cursus, this book also addresses the limitations of this kind of typological description when applied to monuments which varied so remarkably in terms of materiality and size. Moving beyond a morphological account, Brophy considers what can be said of this diverse group of sites, and how they were actually built and used in prehistory, in light of several decades of aerial reconnaissance and excavation in Scotland. Through a close study of the differences, as well as the similarities, between these structures, this book offers a nuanced account of cursus monuments, finally allowing this important monument type to be better understood and placed alongside others of the period. Offering exciting new ways of thinking about these enigmatic yet important monuments, Reading Between the Lines: The Neolithic Cursus Monuments of Scotland is an essential resource for students and specialists in British prehistory, providing an introduction to the Early Neolithic archaeology of lowland Scotland as well as a meditation on broader aspects of monumentality and architecture.
Category: Social Science

Reading Between The Lines

Author : David Katz
ISBN : UCSC:32106013072860
Genre : Religion
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This anthology consists of original writings by a wide range of talented individuals, each of whom has responded creatively to specific stories in the Bible. The authors represent this collection as a modern Midrashim".
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Reading Between The Lines

Author : John Snelling
ISBN : 144254306X
Genre : Economics
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The best way to retain knowledge of economic concepts and to discover the deeper purposes of the study of economics is to use the economic concepts to solve problems. READING BETWEEN THE LINES: ISSUE 9 is a stand-alone text of up-to-date articles from the media. The articles demonstrate the everyday relevance of economics, and encourage students to develop their analytical skills and learn economics through the application of theory.
Category: Economics

Reading Between The Lines

Author : Linda Taylor
ISBN : 9781448135394
Genre : Fiction
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When Julia Cole abandoned her safe job and raced up the M40 to read English at Oxford, she didn't give a thought to the future. But now that she's thirty and newly graduated, it's pay-back-time - at least as far as the bank is concerned. With Fleabag, her mad cat, and Maggie, her eternally forty-something friend, providing her only sane company - and her last relationship further in the past than her last pay cheque - she can't help wondering where she's going wrong. But then Rob walks into the class she teaches - and his alarming brother Leo, a barrister with a penchant for cross-examining, strides into Maggie's party and puts Julia in the stand. Suddenly, Julia's life is hotting up. But can she take both brothers at face value? Or is she overlooking the obvious? Perhaps Julia should try reading between the lines...
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