Bilingual book to learn Spanish In bilibook-editions the text is displayed alternately sentence by sentence in both languages. In addition, some words are marked to find them quickly in the translation text. This system helps you to maintain a comfortable reading flow. You do not have to read the entire translation to find a word translation. The story: On the day of her marriage the bride disappears suddenly. The events of the wedding day are most perplexing to the groom Lord Robert as it seemed to him that his bride was full of enthusiasm about their impending marriage. Can Holmes help him and bring some light into the curious things that happened this day?
Bilingual book to learn Spanish In bilibook-editions the text is displayed alternately sentence by sentence in both languages. In addition, difficult words are marked so that you can quickly find them in the translation text. This system helps you to maintain a comfortable reading flow. You do not have to read the entire translation to find a word translation. Have fun while reading! The story: In 'The man with the twisted lip' Sherlock Holmes needs all his detective skills to handle this complicate case. A mysterious man has given some hard puzzles to Sherlock Holmes. Is he just an unfortunate beggar or is he to blame for the sudden disappearance of a family father.
Release on 2011-09-01 | by Daniel Peter LINDER MOLIN
: the Translations of Raymond Chandler’s Novels Into Spanish
Author: Daniel Peter LINDER MOLIN
Pubpsher: Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca
Empleando una metodología propia de los estudios descriptivos de traduc- ción, se analiza un corpus de cuatro novelas del autor norteamericano Raymond Chandler (The Big Sleep, 1939; Farewell, My Lovely, 1940; The Little Sister, 1949; y The Long Goodbye, 1954) y las traducciones al español publica- das en Argentina y España.
60 Essays Celebrating the Sherlock Holmes Community
Author: Christopher Redmond
Pubpsher: Wildside Press LLC
Who is a Sherlockian? And how does one join the ranks of Sherlockians? In "About Being a Sherlockian," sixty essays explore what it is to be a Sherlockian and celebrate the enduring friendships created. From collecting to chronology, from cosplay to cons, from quasi-historical interpretations to pastiches and fan-fiction, the umbrella of Being a Sherlockian covers a myriad of interests and enthusiasms. Editor Christopher Redmond says: "Perhaps most of the readers will be those who are already Sherlockians, but if the book should fall into the hands of someone who is not, I think it will give a very appealing picture of the endless riches to be found in What It Is We Do." "Dip a toe, or even a whole foot into the world of Sherlockian fervor with this extraordinary book which illuminates the life-changing benefits of deep involvement with Holmes, Watson and their world. Les Klinger made me 'come out' as a Sherlockian and my world is richer for it, as it is for the candid writers of this wonderful and surprising collection of essays." —Bonnie MacBird, author of "Art in the Blood" and "Unquiet Spirits"
Following the same format as the highly praised 2000-2004 edition, Recommended Books in Spanish for Children and Young Adults, 2004-2008 is an outstanding reference tool that includes annotated entries for more than 1,200 books in Spanish published between 2004 and 2008 in the U.S., Spain, Mexico, Venezuela, and Argentina. Each entry includes an extensive critical annotation, title in Spanish as well as English, tentative grade level, and approximate price. The books have been selected because of their quality of art and writing, presentation of material and appeal to the intended audience, and support the informational, educational, recreational and personal needs of Spanish speakers from preschool through the twelfth grade. Whether used for the development and support of an existing library collection or for the creation of a new library serving Spanish-speaking young readers, the books in this volume are of value to Spanish-speaking children and young adults (or those who wish to learn Spanish). This volume is arranged in four sections: Reference, Nonfiction (Philosophy, Psychology, Religion, Social Science, Folklore, Language, Science, Technology, Health and Medicine, The Arts, Recreation and Sports, Literature, Poetry, Geography, History, and Biography), Publishers' Series, and Fiction (Easy Books, General Fiction and Graphic Novels). This volume also includes an appendix of merchants who sell books in Spanish, as well as author, title, and subject indexes.