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1 No man could occupy his place in French literature.
2 Those learned intellectual historians all profess literature.
3 Like the notion of evil itself, they have ancient origins and appear in folklore and literature across the world.
4 She is very fond of Chinese classical literature and has spent some time reading Tang and Song poetry, etc.
5 Recently, she began wondering if autistic strengths might already have surfaced in research settings, only to be buried in a literature dominated by the view of autistic people as damaged goods.
6 They would tell you all sorts of things, which were mysterious to me and not well described in the current literature.
7 There the excitability and impatience of bondage was a reflection from its history into its literature. Its expression was consistent with its feeling.
8 Scientific literature has been littered with studies over the past 40 years documenting the superior language skills of girls, but the biological reason why has remained a mystery until now.
9 she was awarded the Prince of Asturias Prize in Literature, one of Spain's most important distinctions, for her brilliant literary works in defense of freedom and Third World causes.
10 She discovered that those who fled to Palestine took as many books as they could carry, but as the exiled population of German-Jews grew in number, so did the demand for German literature.
11 We talked about music, painting, literature and the like.
12 titles that Eikhenbaum keeps talking about -how Don Quixote was Made, how Gogol's Overcoat was Made - reflect the preoccupation of the Russian formalists with how literature is put together.
13 I believe that the trade of critic, in literature, music, and the drama, is the most degraded of all trades, and that it has no real value," Twain writes.
14 Glancing back at the period of which I tell, it strikes me that we had gained more of stimulation than of nourishment out of English Literature.
15 read. And one of the people that was reading this literature was a high school teacher who was teaching mathematics in Basil, Switzerland.
16 The teacher transfused a love of literature to his students.
17 are not only his books but books on his books and an entire literature growing up around his legacy.
18 still a cornerstone of Hungarian literature, describes how Adam is cast out of the Garden with Eve, renounces God and determines to recreate Eden through his own efforts.
19 magazine made no impact whatsoever on their careers or literature, and is only remembered because of Bukowski's association with it.
20 The teacher examined the students on American literature.
21 Human emotion is only one of the ingredients of literature and not its end, — which is the beauty of perfect fulness consisting in simplicity and restraint.
22 telegraph may not affect magazine literature, nor those newspapers that have some peculiar characteristic," he predicted.
23 This was not from any love of the subject - I considered folklore a poor relation to literature - but out of sheer expediency.
24 He was invited to lecture on American literature at our college.
25 She left hersignature on us, the literature of the teacher who writes on minds.
26 The world's greatest works of literature are now available in these beautiful keepsake volumes.
27 As the flourish of the literature, the painting was also widely welcomed in public.
28 Its important to know these terms like epiphenomenalism you find them banded around a lot in the literature.
29 The savants also serve as caretakers of the clan's history and literature.
30 To address the well being of different layers of our existence and unite them in harmony, the practice of yoga comprises different segments or "limbs," as described in the classic yogic literature.