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For the Love of Literature A Celebration of Language and Imagination


Price: $35.95

Publisher: United States, Anthroposophic Press Inc: 1996

Seller ID: 892

ISBN: 0880104163

Illustrations A largely unnoticed component of the current educational, social, and even ecological, crisis lies hidden in the decline in the value accorded to what we rightly call the "humanities". The study of the living words of great literature -- Homer, Dante, Chaucer, Shakespeare, the Romantic poets, the Russian novelists -- no longer forms the basis of the curriculum of the human soul. Marginalized, politicized, and devalued, the imagination is dispa... View more info

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Power of Grammar, The A phenomenological approach


Price: $47.00

Publisher: AWSNA:

Seller ID: 4089

Produced by the Research Institute for Waldorf Education and distributed by AWSNA Publications this spiral bound book contains the proceedings of a recent colloquium where Anne Greer presented her novel approach to the subject. There are also contributions made by the illustrious participants. There are 2 parts to the book: Part 1: Background Research Chapters: The Current Situation in NA W Schools The Current Situations in NA Public Schools Wha... View more info

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Mesonyms From words that polarize to words that mediate


Price: $17.90

Publisher: Mercury Press:

Seller ID: 12670

ISBN: 1935136089

Michael Howard reminds us that polarization is ubiquitous in our time. In the realm of language, this polarization comes to expression through synonyms and antonyms. But the world is not as black-and-white as it appears. Fortunately, language is rich in words that bridge and mediate between polar extremes. However, these words are not as prominent in our speaking and thinking as synonyms and antonyms, and for this reason, we do not apply them in our practical affairs a... View more info