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Yon Ti Koze Ak Se M

Author: Gessica Généus
Publisher: Edition Delince
ISBN: 9781944556303
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This book draws from Gessica Geneus' experiences, direct and indirect observations of people around her. This is the vision of a woman living within Haitian society. Geneus beckons the reader to walk the path that leads to the liberation of our minds.

Nan Domi

Author: Mimerose Beaubrun
Publisher: City Lights Publishers
ISBN: 0872865746
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Offers an insider's account of Vodou's private, mystical, interior practice, discussing the author's own initiation and education in the religion.

Toussaint L Ouverture

Author: Jerry Delince
Publisher: Collection du Domaine
ISBN: 9781944556020
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Universally revered as a political, military and social luminary of the late 18th and early 19th century, Toussaint is reexamined herein not in legendary terms but in the context of his pursuit of simple human dignity. Phillips illustrates Toussaint's best qualities through the colloquial English of a 19th Century abolitionist to a vast lay audience. The persistence of this landmark work lies firmly in the oration's power to humanize Toussaint. The human perspective is often lost in other works examining Toussaint due to their propensity to alternately deify or cast this remarkable man in tragic, almost Shakespearian terms. Eschewing the "noble savage" logic of his contemporaries, Phillips instead paints a broad image of Toussaint L'Ouverture the man, his place in history and his importance not just to negroes but to the whole of mankind regardless of sex, class or ethnic origin.

Dictionary Of St Lucian Creole

Author: Jones E. Mondesir
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 9783110126259
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St. Lucian Creole (Kweyol) is a variety of Caribbean French- lexicon Creole spoken by a significant majority of the population of the state of St. Lucia in the Windward group of the Lesser Antilles. A distinctive characteristic of this Kweyol-English/English-Kweyol dictionary is the manner in which Mondesir's glosses treat St. Lucian and English on an equal footing. Mondesir does not record only the literal and concrete levels of meaning; he includes in his entries the fullness of the figurative value of the items, illustrating them with a rich provision of sample sentences and expressions. On a technical level, the examples in the dictionary also offer valuable data for those interested in the syntax of the language. Edited by L.D. Carrington. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

A Dictionary Of Language

Author: David Crystal
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226122038
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No ordinary dictionary, David Crystal's Dictionary of Language includes not only descriptions of hundreds of languages literally from A to Z (Abkhaz to Zyryan) and definitions of literary and grammatical concepts, but also explanations of terms used in linguistics, language teaching, and speech pathology. If you are wondering how many people speak Macedonian, Malay, or Makua, or if you're curious about various theories of the origins of language, or if you were always unsure of the difference between structuralism, semiotics, and sociolinguistics, this superbly authoritative dictionary will answer all of your questions and hundred of others.