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Living Waters: Ecology of Animals in Swamps, Rivers, Lakes and Dams by Nick Romanowski 2014 | ISBN: 0643107568 | English | 306 pages | PDF | 54 MB
Living Waters: Ecology of Animals in Swamps, Rivers, Lakes and Dams Wetlands are often seen as the ultimate symbol of beauty and tranquillity, their clear waters sheltering mysterious animals in a world where change is gentle and slow, from dragonflies skimming above their own reflections to the fishes glimpsed briefly below. Yet Australian wetlands are among the most varied and changeable habitats found anywhere, and the many creatures that live out their lives in and around water are superbly adapted to some of the most unpredictable ecosystems in the world.This book follows the diverse common themes and patterns that link inland waters from Tasmania to the tropics. It shows how cycles of change, the ways that different wetland animals travel through and between wetlands, and the interactions of the animals themselves create an ever-changing ecological kaleidoscope. Buy Premium To Support Me & Get Resumable Support & Max Speed
"Medieval Literature and Civilization: Studies in Memory of G.N. Garmonsway" ed. by D. A. Pearsall, R. A. Waldron Boomsbury Academic Collections: English Literary Criticism: Pre-1700 Bloomsbury Academic | 2014 | ISBN: 1472513991 9781472512512 9781472536136 9781472513991 | 355 pages | PDF | 17 MB This is a study of medieval literature and civilization in Britain and Scandinavia published as a memorial to Norman Garmonsway. The aim has been to offer to the public a book of essays which have a direct bearing upon his central academic interests and which is thus structured, in some measure, after his mind. These essays will also appeal to the interested non-specialist, reflecting the fact that Norman Garmonsway was, despite his erudition, the very antithesis of the remote and secluded scholar.
Norman Garmonsway saw the study of the language and literature (together with the history and archaeology) of early Britain and Scandinavia as forming a single coherent discipline and this conception of unity in diversity can be glimpsed both in the range of matters which he chose to write upon and in many of his individual pieces.
Table of Contents Preface Contributors 1 The Early Germanic Background of Old English Verse 2 Runes and Non-Runes 3 Deor – a Begging Poem? 4 Mens absentia cogitans in The Seafarer and The Wanderer 5 William of Malmesbury on the Works of King Alfred 6 Old English ‘-calla’, ‘ceallian’ 7 Comedy of Character in the Icelandic Family Sagas) 8 Prnr and the Apostles 9 An Early Representation of St Olaf 10 The Translator of Mandevilles Rejse: a new name in fifteenth-century Danish prose? 11 Conjectural Emendation 12 Saracens and Crusaders: from Fact to Allegory 13 Another Fragment of the Auchinleck MS 14 Chaucer: The Prioress’s Tale 15 The Nine Unworthies 16 A Middle English Version of the Epistola Leciferi ad Cleros 17 The Epistolary Usages of William Worcester 18 Matinus Polonus and some Later Chroniclers 19 Pre-Conquest Historical Themes in Elizabethan Drama) 20 ‘Eng. Lang.’: English Language and Medieval Literature as University Studies Index with TOC BookMarkLinks