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The Language of Sharks
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ean: 9781852428495, isbn: 185242849X,

4.4 out of 5 stars with 65 reviews
The Language of Sharks is about girls eager to discard their innocence, and women yearning to regain it.A college girl named Jenny admits she is in an abusive relationship, and acknowledges her own complicity. A career woman looks back on her dubious past, and her confession to a prospective lover leaves no doubt about her guilt. From the Miami hooker to the suburban housewife, all the protagonists search for meaning in their troubled lives.At times humorous, at other times heart-wrenching,


THE IMPACT OF ICT ON ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING: IMPACT OF ICT ON TEACHING AND LEARNING
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ean: 9781980305613, isbn: 1980305617,

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This research work investigated the impact of English language teaching and learning. Forty (40) students and (10) teachers were randomly selected for the study. In all a total of 50 junior secondary school students and teachers participated in this study. The instruments used for data collection are (TPICTIQ) and (SPICTIQ). The data obtained for the study were analyzed using frequency counts, simple percentage and T-test statistics to test the four (4) hypotheses generated at 0.05 level of


Speaking In Tongues: Love In Five Languages
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ean: 9780998336466, isbn: 0998336467,

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Speaking In Tongues: Love In Five Languages is a collection of poetry separated into five parts, each dedicated to a different language of love based on Gary Chapman’s best-seller, The Five Love Languages. As The Habitual Wordsmith weaves his way through each poem, he reveals another layer into the most complicated subjects of love, such as intimacy, self-identity and vulnerability..


butterflies, bees, & the language of leaves
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ean: 9781986447560, isbn: 9781986447560,

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Butterflies, bees, & the language of leaves is the sophomore literary work of J. Chavae. Expanding and diving deep into topics such as spirituality, world views and the journey of life, she challenges the reader to tap into their own inner voice. Unlike her first book, On Self Love, Butterflies, Bees, & the Language of Leaves is more than a compilation of short poems and journal entries. While the reader can follow along the journey as it unfolds page by page, they can also open the book at any


The Language We Cry In
By Stephen F. Austin University Press
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ean: 9781622881444, isbn: 1622881443,

4.3 out of 5 stars with 204 reviews
In her debut poetry collection, Delicia Daniels uniquely relates different experiences, including a new outlook on past history, intimacies, hardships, the joys of relationships, and the stepping stones of faith we were all born with. This wonderful poetry journey will leave you asking for more..


Soul Language: A Poetic Documentart
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ean: 9781984301536, isbn: 1984301535,

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Soul Language is a poetic documentary, a journey in words of my body, heart mind and spirit..


The Language of Saxophones : Selected Poems of Kamau Daáood
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ean: 9780872864412, isbn: 0872864413,

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A long-awaited collection from a pioneer of the spoken word movement, these poems soar and sway with the syncopation and melodies of jazz. Portraits, chronicles, incantations and invocations, drawn from a lifetime of prolific activity. From his early days in the Black Arts Movement and up to the present, Daaood has been a powerful artistic and social force, an inspired seer/seeker. Whether collaborating with renowned musicians, heading up a performance group or inspiring and nurturing new


Jazz
By Christian Bourgois
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ean: 9782267011234, isbn: 2267011239,

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Wöhlers Fälle (Reihe in 26 Bänden)
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Aus Band 1: Das vorliegende Werk ist der Beginn einer Krimiserie ''Wöhler´s Fälle'', mit dem Titel: ''Wöhler´s 1. Fall - Das Auge der Bavaria''. Die Handlung spielt in München und ist geprägt von dem eigenartigen Lokal-Coulorid der Münchener ''Bussigesellschaft'', wo man es mit der Gesetzestreue nicht so genau nimmt, wenn es an den eigenen Geldbeutel geht. Der ehemalige Hauptkommissar Klaus Wöhler fristet sein Dasein desillusioniert und immer am Rande der Pleite in einer Altbaubude


I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings Cassette (Penguin Readers (Graded Readers))
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ean: 9780435124274, isbn: 0435124277,

4.8 out of 5 stars with 300 reviews
One of a series offering classic and contemporary fiction and other literary work for schools, to suit a range of ages and tastes. Maya Angelou's autobiographical account of her childhood and early youth in 1930s America is an evocation of a black girl's struggle against her oppressors. In this first of five volumes of autobiography, poet Maya Angelou recounts a youth filled with disappointment, frustration, tragedy, and finally hard-won independence. Sent at a young age to live with her


Jazz Griots: Music as History in the 1960s African American Poem
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ean: 9780739166734, isbn: 0739166735,

4.8 out of 5 stars with 10 reviews
This book studies how four representative African American poets of the 1960s, Langston Hughes, Umbra’s David Henderson, and the Black Arts Movement’s Sonia Sanchez, and Amiri Baraka engage, in the tradition of griots, in poetic dialogues with aesthetics, music, politics, and Black History. In so doing they narrate, using jazz as meta-language, genealogies, etymologies, cultural legacies, and Black (hi)stories. In intersecting and complementary ways, Hughes, Henderson, Sanchez, and Baraka


Atmosphere Conditions (New American Poetry)
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ean: 9781557133922, isbn: 1557133921,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 79 reviews
A winner of the 1998 National Poetry Series competition, selected by Nathaniel Mackey..



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