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By Norris, Mary
The most irreverent and enjoyable book on language since Eats, Shoots & Leaves.
Mary Norris has spent more than three decades guarding the New Yorker's grand traditions of grammar and usage. Now she brings her vast experience and sharpened pencil to help the rest of us, in a cha ...
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By Read, Jacinda; Index by Norris, Mary
A study of the rape-revenge film. Jacinda Read suggests that the rape-revenge cycle can be read as one of the primary ways in which Hollywood has attempted to make sense of feminism and the changing shape of heterosexual femininity in the post-1970 period.
Edited by Dutton, Richard; Findlay, Alison; Wilson, Richard; Index by Norris, Mary
Exploring the network of social, political and spiritual connections in north west England during Shakespeare's formative years, this text discusses how the surrounding cultural context may have shaped him as an artist, looking at Twelfth Night , Romeo and Juliet and A Midsummer ...
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Index by Norris, Mary
An exploration of the complex relationship between the ideal and the commonplace in the social purpose of architecture and design intended for the family. It considers family homes and new neighbourhoods; the products and schemes for everyday life; and the housewife and family li ...
The Comma Queen returns with a fun, witty and wise romp through language and the crystalline Greek coast.
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