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At Home In Greece

Author : Julia Klimi
ISBN : 0500511659
Genre : House & Home
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A collection of regional photographs showcases some of Greece's most distinctive homes, in a volume that depicts the interiors, sea views, gardens, or courtyards of eight geographically arranged sections including Crete, the Saronic Islands, and Athens.

Modern Greek And American English In Contact

Author : P. David Seaman
ISBN : 9783110811766
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 55. 67 MB
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Interactions And Intersections Of Gendered Bodies At Work At Home And At Play

Author : Marcia Texler Segal
ISBN : 9781849509442
Genre : Social Science
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Includes articles that examine the intersection of gender with other characteristics in a variety of settings including factory floors and corporate offices, welfare offices, state legislatures, the armed forces, universities, social clubs and playing fields.

At Home And Abroad

Author : V.S. Pritchett
ISBN : 9781448202195
Genre : Travel
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Admirers of The Spanish Temper, Marching Spain and his wonderfully evocative books on London, Dublin and New York will need no reminding that V.S. Pritchett is one of the very great travel writers of our time, possessed of an astonishingly accurate eye and a marvellous ability to conjure up the essence of a place, and of the people who live there. Written for the most part in the 1950s and 1960s, the essays brought together in At Home and Abroad cover South and North America, Spain, Ireland, Portugal, London, Greece, the Pyrenees, Germany, the English countryside and, above all, the Mediterranean: first published in book form in 1990, the year of Sir Victor's ninetieth birthday, they are a delight in themselves and a timely reminder of - or introduction to - this most subtle and perceptive of writers.

Greece In The Twentieth Century

Author : Fotini Bellou
ISBN : 9781136346521
Genre : Political Science
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This collective study examines the transformation (metamorphosis) that Greece has experienced over the course of the 20th century by exploring its gradual evolution into a consolidated democracy, an advanced economy in the Eurozone and a balanced partner in the EU and NATO promoting a stabilizing role in southeastern Europe. The book examines the variables contributing to the profiling of contemporary Greece, emphasizing the conceptual inertia bedevilling the studies of Greece in recent years by focusing on the elements that indicated the slow pace in the country's modernization. In conclusion, there is a need for Greece's constant commitment to functional adjustments regarding the country's economic, political and strategic priorities in order to promote effectively the role of regional stabilizer acting in concert with NATO and EU partners.

Ancient Greece At Work

Author : Gustave Glotz
ISBN : 3487414740
Genre : Greece
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Ancient Greece

Author : Rowena Loverance
Genre : Greece
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France Greece Italy Portugal And Spain Competitiveness In The Southern Euro Area

Author : International Monetary Fund
ISBN : 9781451980691
Genre : Competition
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In recent years, the IMF has released a growing number of reports and other documents covering economic and financial developments and trends in member countries. Each report, prepared by a staff team after discussions with government officials, is published at the option of the member country.

Nietzsche On Tragedy

Author : M. S. Silk
ISBN : 0521272556
Genre : Philosophy
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The first comprehensive study of Nietzsche's earliest (and extraordinary) book, The Birth of tragedy.

Greece And The Augustan Cultural Revolution

Author : A. J. S. Spawforth
ISBN : 9781139505024
Genre : History
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This book examines the impact of the Roman cultural revolution under Augustus on the Roman province of Greece. It argues that the transformation of Roman Greece into a classicizing 'museum' was a specific response of the provincial Greek elites to the cultural politics of the Roman imperial monarchy. Against a background of Roman debates about Greek culture and Roman decadence, Augustus promoted the ideal of a Roman debt to a 'classical' Greece rooted in Europe and morally opposed to a stereotyped Asia. In Greece the regime signalled its admiration for Athens, Sparta, Olympia and Plataea as symbols of these past Greek glories. Cued by the Augustan monarchy, provincial Greek notables expressed their Roman orientation by competitive cultural work (revival of ritual; restoration of buildings) aimed at further emphasising Greece's 'classical' legacy. Reprised by Hadrian, the Augustan construction of 'classical' Greece helped to promote the archaism typifying Greek culture under the principate.

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