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  • Wiley's Real Latinby Robert Maltby; Kenneth Belcher

    Wiley 2013; US$ 97.95

    “The use of all ancient texts for illustrations of grammar, translation exercises, and longer passages is a real asset--this is the best way for students to learn the Latin language in its own terms and gives good opportunity for exploration of literature, history, and culture along with grammar.” ‒  Erika J. Nesholm, Kenyon... more...

  • Going to the Moviesby Richard Maltby; Melvyn Stokes; Robert C. Allen

    Exeter University Press 2014; US$ 95.00

    In pioneering essays by many of the leading experts in this rapidly-developing field of cinema history, Going to the Movies moves beyond the familiar images of nickelodeons and movie palaces to analyse the place of movie theatres in local communities, the roles of race and religion in constructing and segregating audiences, the links between film and... more...

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