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Acta Microbiologica et Immunologica Hungarica
Authors: Ana P. Rodrigues, A. R. M. Holanda, G. P. Lustosa, S. M. B. Nóbrega, Willma J. Santana, Luciana B. S. Souza, and H. D. M. Coutinho

Ledermann, W.: Shakespeare y la prodigiosa historia de Serratia marcescens como marcador biológico. Rev Chil Infect. Edición aniversario; 74-75 (2003). Shakespeare y la prodigiosa historia de Serratia marcescens como marcador

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-377 Traduceri şi imitatiuni romaneşti dupa literatura engleza III 284 377 Dutu, Alexandru, 1964, Shakespeare in

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91 Pujante, A. L., Centenero, M. A. 1995. Las canciones de Shakespeare en las traducciones alemanas de A. W. Schlegel. Cuadernos de Filología Inglesa. Universidad de Murcia. Vol. 4, 93

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Romanian of bawdy multilingual puns in two editions of Shakespeare’s works. The first complete Romanian edition of Shakespeare’s works was produced under the communist regime, and it was meant to replace the pre-war “cosmopolitan” translations, “recreating

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. New Delhi : Oxford University Press . Crystal , D. 2005 . Pronouncing Shakespeare: The Globe Experiment . Cambridge : Cambridge University Press

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- Wien. Radikale Kirchenreform. Für eine mutige Erneuerung Tolsztoj, Lev (1998): William Shakespeare . Palatinus Könyvek, Budapest

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. P. & Fels , D. I. 2009 . ‘Suit the Action to the Word, the Word to the Action’: An Unconventional Approach to Describing Shakespeare’s Hamlet . Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness Vol. 103 . 3 – 178

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-514.) Babits 1913 Babits Mihály: Magyar irodalom 359 420 Babits 1916a Babits Mihály: A Shakespeare-ünnephez. Nyugat , 1916

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A fogyatékosság reprezentációja az általános iskolák magyar irodalom tananyagához kapcsolódó irodalmi művekben

Representation of Disability in Literary Works Related to the Hungarian Literature Curriculum of Primary Schools

Educatio
Authors: Nikoletta Mária Gulya and Anikó Fehérvári

Resistance. In: M. Corker & T. Shakespeare (eds) Disability/Postmodernity: Embodying Disability Theory. London, Bloomsbury. pp. 159–174. 16 Dyches, T

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: W. B. Saunders Gilchrist, S., Davidson, J., & Shakespeare-Finch, J. (2007). Dream emotions, waking emotions, personality characteristics and well-being — A positive psychology approach. Dreaming, 17 , 172

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