TOEICレベル 600以上程度 洋書仕入元が独自の基準で設定した点数になります。あくまで目安の数値になります
TOEICレベル 600以上程度 洋書仕入元が独自の基準で設定した点数になります。あくまで目安の数値になります 邦題『老人と海』。ヘミングウェイの代表作です。毎日、ひとり小舟で海に出ていく年老いた漁師。ある日、生涯に一度出会えるかどうかの大魚に遭遇し、この老漁師は大魚と死闘を繰り広げる……。厳しい自然に挑戦し続ける人間の勇気とロマンを描き、ヘミングウェイにノーベル賞をもたらした最高傑作。
In these lectures, Stanley Cavell situates Emerson at an intersection of three crossroads: a place where both philosophy and literature pass; where the two traditions of English and German philosophy shun one another; where the cultures of America and Europe unsettle one another.
These 24 wickedly funny, culturally relevant, and thought-provoking essays by Mark Twain are all being published for the first time in paperback, with added material.
A compilation of new and previously unpublished works that infuses new energy into the area of Arab American writing.Through poetry, fiction, essays, and drama, both seasoned and upcoming writers confront issues not previously addressed in Arab American writing. These unique cultural endeavors reveal the multileveled textures of the exiles of new Arab writing.
This collection of letters, the first ever to appear in English, reveals the eloquence and beauty of Gibran's writing through a lifetime of correspondence with his spiritual love, May Ziadah. Illustrated throughout with Gibran's ink sketches and fascinating photographs of his original letters, this exquisite gift edition presents a moving insight into the writer behind The Prophet, the bestselling book of the twentieth century.
One of the country's best and largest-circulation literary journals, committed to finding new voices, publishing work of gifted but underappreciated writers, and pushing the literary form forward at all times, presents Issue 20.
No other major author of the nineteenth century has arguably produced as much critical activity as Thomas Hardy. This timely addition to the Critical Issues series explores the various philosophical views of critics, with close textual analysis of Hardy
In classic Dixie storytelling fashion, with a rare blend of literary elegance and plainspoken humor, the inimitably charming, staunchly Southern Julia Reed wends her way below the Mason-Dixon line and observes many phenomena- from politics, religion, and women to weather, guns, and what she calls "drinking and other Southern pursuits." To hear Reed tell it, the South is another country. She builds an entertaining and persuasive case, using as examples everything from its unfathomable codes of conduct to its disciplined fashion sense. And then there is Southern food, which is an entire world apart: Gumbo, grits, greens, and, of course, fried chicken make memorable appearances in Reed's essays, which will amuse, delight, and even explain a thing or two to baffled Yankees everywhere.