Published October 6, 2005
by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||228|
"The Emergence of the English Author begins with a postmodern recognition of the author as a construct, examines the implications of this concept through a detailed cultural-historical study of several canonized English Authors, and through this process, raises provocative questions. It will be of interest to scholars of English literary Author: Kevin Pask. Emergence was not really as I expected it to be, but it was enjoyable nonetheless. The main character is an exceptionally talented, extremely intelligent eleven year old girl. This has the potential to be very annoying, but the author manages to make her more likeable using her humorous self-deprecating narration I added this book as to-read in /5. Professor Susan Oosthuizen’s The Emergence of the English () is a lively and engaging book which takes aim at many widely and long-held assumptions about the emergence of an “English” people in the British Isles after the withdrawal of the Roman legions in AD.4/5(36). The author proposes an alternative explanatory model that sets short- and medium-term events and processes in the context of the longue durée, illustrated here through the agricultural landscape. She concludes that the origins of the English should rather be sought among late Romano-British communities, evolving, adapting, and innovating in a /5(33).
Emergence Really enjoyed this story! In fact, I am happy that the next two books are out for me to trace how it all fits together. Love the characters and their interactions and how magic is interwoven with science ant technology. The secret of great science fiction is if the author can make it credible and make the characters come alive. Great /5(). John H. Fisher is Professor Emeritus of English at the University of Tennessee. A renowned medievalist and authority on the development of standard English, he is the author of "The Importance of Chaucer "and "John Gower: Moral Philosopher and Friend of Chaucer, "among other works.5/5(1). In the tradition of Being Digital and The Tipping Point, Steven Johnson, acclaimed as a "cultural critic with a poet's heart" (The Village Voice), takes readers on an eye-opening journey through emergence theory and its applications. A NEW YORK TIMES NOTABLE BOOK A VOICE LITERARY SUPPLEMENT TOP 25 FAVORITE BOOKS OF THE YEAR AN ESQUIRE MAGAZINE BEST BOOK OF THE YEARReleased on: Septem Get this from a library! The Emergence of the English. [Susan Oosthuizen] -- This book takes a critical approach to the assumption that the origins of the English can be found in fifth- and sixth-century immigration from north-west Europe. It begins by evaluating the primary.
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