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Edition and study (mostly linguistic) of a section of an Anglo-Norman translation of the Bible (14th century) : the Acts of the Apostles in MSS B.N. fr. 1 & 9562 (University of St Andrews, 1955) - ThesisThis Edition and Study of the Acts of the Apostles was undertaken with a view to throwing some fresh light on the problems, linguistic and other, raised by the Anglo-Norman Bible. Although quite often mentioned in books ...
(2016) - Journal articleJean-Joseph Rabearivelo (1903–1937) is widely considered to be the first major writer of la francophonie and as Madagascar’s national poet. His untimely death has been interpreted as an act of rebellion against French ...
(2014-12-01) - Journal articleTransnational studies of the French Communist Party (PCF) have understandably emphasized relations with the Soviet and Italian Parties. However, study of the PCF's relations with its minnow-like counterpart in Britain sheds ...
The stuff of translation and independent female scientific authorship: the case of "Taxidermy..." anon. (1820) (2015-07-31) - Journal article
(2014-12) - Journal articleThis article draws an analogy between the early modern definitions of clair-obscur and eighteenth-century French libertine literature. In libertine prose the concept of clair-obscur is used not only to describe voluptuous ...