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George Sutherland Fraser (8 November 1915 - 3 January 1980) was a Scottish poet and literary critic, and academic.
Herbert Marshall McLuhan (July 21, 1911 – December 31, 1980) was a Canadian educator, philosopher, scholar, academic, professor of English literature, literary critic, communications theorist, one of the founders of the study of media ecology and an honorary guru today among technophiles.
Categories: 1980 books The Man Booker Prize for Fiction, also known as the Man Booker Prize, or simply the Man Booker, is one of the worlds most important literary prizes, and awarded each year for the best original novel written by a citizen of the Commonwealth or the Republic of Ireland in...
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/1980-in-literature   (328 words)

 Medicine and Literature Books 1980-1984   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Follows crude oil from its underground bubbles to the refinery where it is converted into fertilizer, plastic, records, paint, and medicine as well as gasoline, jet oil, and heating oil.
Nadvi, S. Medical philosophy in Islam and the contributions of Muslims to the advancement of medical sciences : an analytical study of the Arabic medical literature, a critique of the Oriental scholarship and a demand for historical justice in favour of Muslim medical scientists of the past.
Warren, K. Coping with the biomedical literature : a primer for the scientist and the clinician.
www.medlina.com /medicine_and_literature_books_1980-1984.htm   (5292 words)

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Definition of children's literature For the purposes of this bibliography, literature is considered to be imaginative works such as fiction, drama, poetry, nonfiction of exceptional quality, and, in some cases, works of historical significance such as the Stratemeyer (Nancy Drew, Hardy Boys, et al.) series.
Children's literature is defined as literature written for, or largely read by, children between the ages of one and sixteen, in format and style ranging from the picture book to the young adult novel.
It also includes surveys of the literature of particular geographic areas, and dis cussions of such topics as the definition of children's literature, the nature of the criticism of children's literature, the role of the critic, censorship and issues approaches, and trends in children's literature and its criticism.
www.unm.edu /~lhendr/txtfiles/intro.txt   (1477 words)

 List of years in literature - Freepedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
1951 in literature - The Catcher in the Rye - J.D. Salinger
1810 in literature - The Houses of Osma and Almeria - Regina Maria Roche
1795 in literature - Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship (to 1796) - Goethe
en.freepedia.org /List_of_years_in_literature.html?PHPSESSID=aa20eca1873005b27bb844dda1c85751   (3217 words)

 Summary Review of the Literature
This summary review of the literature synthesizes the current state-of-the-art in parent and community involvement; looks at the programs, practices, and their effects in the research and practice literature, especially since 1980; and ends with implications, conclusions and recommendations for research.
The literature on middle grade (i.e., Grades 4 through 8) parent and community involvement programs and practices is highlighted throughout this review since activities in the middle grades are less well-developed and understood than those for earlier grades.
The conceptual framework proposed for this study indicated three areas of interest: the context of parent and community involvement programs; the roles that parents, families, and community members assume in the education of their children; and the effects of promising programs on parents, students, school staff, schools, and school districts.
www.ed.gov /pubs/SER/ParentComm/chap1.html   (1084 words)

 French Language & Literature Research Guide
For each country works about the literature of the country are provide first, followed by a listing of the works by authors from that country.
French language and literature materials may be found throughout the library stacks.
There are many websites devoted to French language, literature, culture, politics, etc. The University of Adelaide has compiled an excellent selection of sites ranging from live radio and tv to electronic texts and links to search engines in French.
www.mtholyoke.edu /lits/library/guides/french.shtml   (1565 words)

 Literature Review on Reaction Time
Welford (1980), Laming (1968) and Sanders (1998) observed that when there are several types of stimuli, reaction time will be faster where there is a 'run' of several identical stimuli than when the different types of stimuli appear in mixed order.
Brebner and Welford (1980) report that fingers tremble up and down at the rate of 8-10 cycles/sec, and reaction times are faster if the reaction occurs when the finger is already on the 'downswing' part of the tremor.
Welford (1980) found that physically fit subjects had faster reaction times, and both Levitt and Gutin (1971) and Sjoberg (1975) showed that subjects had the fastest reaction times when they were exercising sufficiently to produce a heartrate of 115 beats per minute.
biae.clemson.edu /bpc/bp/Lab/110/reaction.htm   (4233 words)

 Additional references about Russian literature (from Russian literature) --  Britannica Student Encyclopedia
The name is often applied to those imaginative works of poetry and prose distinguished by the intentions of their authors and the excellence of their execution.
Literature may be classified according to a variety of systems, including language, national origin, historical period, genre, and subject matter.
The term Russian literature is used to describe the literature of different areas at different periods, from the loose confederation of East Slavic tribes known as Kievan Rus that originated in the 10th century to the Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic of the Soviet Union to present-day Russia.
www.britannica.com /ebi/article-207593?ct=   (814 words)

 1980 - 81 Literature Electives Survey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
The most popular courses are in Shakespeare, American literature, fiction, modern and contemporary literature, science fiction, and the Bible as literature.
Survey courses in American literature have gained in popularity, and the traditional 1850 dividing point is not in as general use as it was four years ago.
Most often courses offered in 5 to 10 sections are in such traditional subjects as prose fiction and the survey of American literature, while courses with only 1 section are more likely to be in such nontraditional subjects as film, science fiction, and women in literature.
www.mla.org /ade/bulletin/n068/068035.htm   (1202 words)

 Stephen Crane:Bibliography 1980-1995
Beidler, Philip D. "Stephen Crane's the Red Badge of Courage: Henry Fleming's Courage in Its Contexts." CLIO: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History 20.3 (1991): 235-51.
Brown, Stephen M. "Sometimes Less Is Less: Recent Books by Michael Fried." Papers on Language and Literature: A Journal for Scholars and Critics of Language and Literature 27.3 (1991): 399-412.
Johnsen, William A. "Rene Girard and the Boundaries of Modern Literature." Boundary 2: A Journal of Postmodern Literature and Culture 9.2 (1981): 277-93.
www.wsu.edu /~campbelld/crane/crane1995.html   (5231 words)

 Literature of Liberty 1980 vol. 4: The Online Library of Liberty
Literature of Liberty: A Review of Contemporary Liberal Thought was published first by the Cato Institute (1978-1979) and later by the Institute for Humane Studies (1980-1982) under the editorial direction of Leonard P. Liggio.
Literature of Liberty, published quarterly by the Institute for Humane Studies, is an interdisciplinary periodical intended to be a resource to the scholarly community.
Although these two issues are intimately intertwined in the revisionist literature, and also in the counter-revisionist work which that literature inevitably triggered, it will prove expeditious to examine the two arguments separately, as the commentators tended to diverge on the two as the debate wore on.
oll.libertyfund.org /Texts/LiteratureOfLiberty0352/0353-12_1980v4.html   (12823 words)

 Forestry & Community: ISSUES FROM THE LITERATURE SINCE 1980
It was found that the bulk of relevant literature was from the early 1980s.
It was found that much of the literature that exists deals with the impact of an already established forest community.
The forestry literature was predominantly based on physical and environmental issues, growing, harvesting and the economics of forestry, rather than social and economic impacts on the rural community.
www.maf.govt.nz /mafnet/rural-nz/people-and-their-issues/demographics/forestry-and-community/forcom-04.htm   (1642 words)

 General surveys (from Italian literature) --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Literature in Italian developed later than literature in French and...
It was organized in Rome in 1944 as a nationwide labour federation to replace the dissolved Fascist syndicates.
It was then that writers began to abandon Latin as the language of literature and write in one of the Italian dialects used in common speech.
www.britannica.com /eb/article-215773   (933 words)

 Ukrainian Literature in English, 1980-1989. Reviews
R072.2 Studies in Ukrainian Literature (Annals of the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S.).
Studies in Ukrainian Literature (Annals of the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S.).
Literaturni protsesy pislia druhoi svitovoi viiny: ohliady i vybrani pytannia ukrainskoi ta inshykh literatur.
www.chass.utoronto.ca /~tarn/projects/rr62-r.html   (1206 words)

 Series A,5, Literature
Literature: packet "Childhood Education for Peace and Freedom," ca.
Literature: packet "Stop, Look and Listen: Generations for Justice and Peace in Iraq," ca.
Literature re: the economy, and economic conversion, 1960-1979
www.swarthmore.edu /library/peace/DG026-050/dg043wilpf/SeriesA5-Literature.htm   (438 words)

Equally important to our understanding of history and humanity are the great works of literature.
The Nobel Prize for literature recognises modern classics and the efforts of authors to bridge gaps between different cultures, time-periods and styles; the prizewinners between 1968 and 1980 are from four continents.
These volumes are collections of the Nobel lectures delivered by the prizewinners, together with their biographies, portraits and presentation speeches for the period 1968 — 1980.
www.worldscibooks.com /general/1835.html   (149 words)

 Polish Literature in English Translation
Because there is some variation in how "literature" is defined, and because the issue of who is "Polish" is one that could be hotly contested, there may be some disagreements both among browsers of this list and between browsers and me about the appropriate solutions to these issues.
Along with the prose fiction, playscripts, and poems that represent the three primary genres of writing that have tended to be identified with "literature" over the past two centuries, I've included letters, diaries, and personal essays, both by people with an established literary reputation and by those who didn't necessarily intend their writing for publication.
At this point, I've decided to restrict the list to authors who were born in what was considered Polish national or cultural territory at the time of their birth AND who--except for pre-17th century authors writing in Latin--wrote at least some of their works in the Polish language.
home.nycap.rr.com /polishlit   (982 words)

 Ukrainian Literature in English, 1980-1989 by Marta Tarnawsky — CIUS Press
Ukrainian Literature in English, 1980-1989 is the third published book in a major continuing bibliographical project that attempts, for the first time, a comprehensive coverage of translations from and materials about Ukrainian literature published in English from the earliest known publications to the present.
The focus of Ukrainian Literature in English is on modern Ukrainian literature, i.e.
High level literary scholarship is still not too abundant, and a serious English language journal devoted exlusively to Ukrainian literature is still conspicuous by its absence.
www.utoronto.ca /cius/HTMfiles/Intpub/Tarnawsk/RR62/rr62-int.htm   (1012 words)

 1980 in literature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kane and Abel by Jeffrey Archer (published 1979), reaches #1 on the New York Times bestseller list.
See 1980 Governor General's Awards for a complete list of winners and finalists for those awards.
Newbery Medal for children's literature: Joan Blos, A Gathering of Days: A New England Girl's Journal
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1980_in_literature   (321 words)

 Ukrainian Literature in English, 1980-1989 by Marta Tarnawsky - Articles in Journals and Collections R-Z - CIUS Press
Drahomanov's "study of Ukrainian folk literature had a deep influence on the development of his political ideas", says Rudnytsky while, on the other hand, "the direction taken by his scholarly researches was often motivated by his political interests, as in the case of the analysis of the social and political content of folk poetry".
Ukrainian literature of the nineteenth century is covered in a half-page survey from Kotliarevs'kyi to Stefanyk as a subdivision of a chapter on Russian literature.
In literature, the awards were received by Valerii Shevchuk for his hostorical novel Try lystky za viknom (Three leaves outside the window) and Ihor Dzeverin, head of the editorial board responsible for the publication of the 50-volume scholarly edition of the works of Ivan Franko.
www.utoronto.ca /cius/HTMfiles/Intpub/Tarnawsk/RR62/rr62-a3.htm   (12069 words)

 Literature   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
A desk-book of twenty-five thousand words, frequently mispronounced :embracing English words, foreign terms, Bible names, personal names, geographical names, and proper names of all kinds current in literature, science and arts, that are of difficult pronunciation, carefully pronounced, annotated, and concisely defined and indicating the preference of the leading dictionaries from 1732 to 1929.
Dictionary of organic compounds :the constitution and physical and chemical properties of the principal carbon compounds and their derivatives, together with the relevant literature references.
Annals of English literature, 1475-1950 :the principal publications of each year, together with an alphabetical index of authors with their works.
rizal.lib.admu.edu.ph /Web_ref/html/lit.htm   (2923 words)

 1979 - 80 Literature Electives Survey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Other reasons for a course's popularity are its relevance to contemporary life (e.g., children's literature); its accessibility, which sometimes means its contemporaneity (science fiction) and sometimes its lack of sophisticated reading matter (film); its cultural familiarity (Bible as literature); its nontraditional structure (women in literature); and its cultural import (Shakespeare).
Needless to say, the study of literature for literature's sake is not a motivating force to undergraduates electing literature courses in 1980, if indeed it ever was.
About half of the respondents noted that literature sections had declined recently, about a quarter said that literature offerings were holding steady, a very few mentioned that interest in writing seemed to be stimulating interest in literature as well, while the remainder did not discuss the effect of writing courses on literature offerings.
www.ade.org /ade/bulletin/n064/064028.htm   (759 words)

 Walt Whitman Quarterly Review Bibliography for 1980
Giles, Richard F. "Symonds' Annotations in the 1860 Leaves of Grass." 1980: Leaves of Grass at 125, 21-36.
"The Influence of Whitman and Poe on Hungarian Literature." In Béla Köpeczi and György M. Vajda, eds.
"The Influence of Whitman and Poe on Hungarian Literature." In Bela Kopeczi and Gyorgy M. Javda, eds., Trois Grande Mutations Litteraires: Renaissance, Lumieres, debut du Vingtieme Siecle.
www.uiowa.edu /~wwqr/bibliographies/1980_txt.html   (3262 words)

 JCU Library - Select Bibliography Series - CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
Children's literature is here defined as fictional works written for children and adolescents.
Children's literature is located in the Curriculum Collection, indicated by the prefix C. It is arranged by country of origin, for example:
The references in this section cover aspects of teaching literature ranging from practical ideas for introducing literature to young primary school children to the study of texts by senior high school students.
www.library.jcu.edu.au /Educ/guides/childbib.html   (1279 words)

World literature and Russian pre-revolutionary literature, works by pre-revolutionary critics, and Soviet criticism on non-Soviet literatures, i.e., literature and criticism not covered by SOVETSKAIA KHUDOZHESTVENNAIA LITERATURA for the overlapping years.
The Library of Foreign Literature in Moscow is the most prolific publisher of bibliographies of literary translations.
Literature is particularly rich in non-bibliographic reference sources such as: encyclopedias, biographical sources, biobliographic dictionaries, chronicles of cultural events, dictionaries of pseudonyms, quotations, and writers' gathering places.
www-sul.stanford.edu /depts/hasrg/slavic/production/3literat.html   (1770 words)

 97.02.03: World War Ii As Seen Through Children’s Literature
I thought that there was very little literature then about the war and that most, if not all of it, had been written immediately after and beyond the war itself.
In 1979 and 1980, the journal Bookbird published a series of brief essays under the general title “World War II Reflected in Children’s Books” (Kaminski, et al., 1979 and 1980): Kaminski (1979) writes that there is a considerable amount of literature for young people informing them about World War II.
Mary Jean Laubenfels’ 1975 dissertation was “A Study of the Theme of War in Selected Literature for Junior High Readers (1940-1975).” The main purpose of her study was to examine juvenile books on the theme of war.
www.yale.edu /ynhti/curriculum/units/1997/2/97.02.03.x.html   (9986 words)

 Eyvind Johnson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
The Nobel Prize for Literature was awarded to both Swedish Fiction writer Eyvind Johnson and to Harry Martinson in 1974
From 1947 to 1950, Eyvind Johnson and his family lived in Switzerland and England, and after that at Saltsjöbaden.
All Literature Awards site contents are copyrighted © 2004 by J M McElligott and may not be published in any form.
www.literature-awards.com /nobelprize_winners/eyvind_johnson.htm   (515 words)

 History of Children's Literature
Describes topics to be addressed, including a brief history of children's literature, didactic stories and romantic stories, child development and folklore, illustration, and the political questions of our time; and sex roles, multicultural stories, censorship, and television.
AB: Designed to help teachers open young minds to literature, this book presents criteria for evaluating books in all genres and their suggested classroom uses, an examination of hotly debated topics, and an overview of the significance of young adult literature.
The book is divided into two parts, the first addressing the contexts within which literature for young people is viewed (including a brief historical survey, theories of child development, and instructional methods of sharing literature) and the second examining the principle literary genres and the necessary critical approaches to reach and evaluate literature.
reading.indiana.edu /ieo/bibs/childhis.html   (2403 words)

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