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The Cambridge Introduction to French Poetryby Mary Shaw
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'Examining the growth trend towards community rehabilitation in neurology, this book is directed towards all clinicians involved with neurorehabilitation. The study analyzes community rehabilitation needs from diverse international perspectives that include the views of disabled people, rehabilitation clinicians and service providers. Many examples of community rehabilitation plans are presented, and supplemental case studies highlight the main issues. Chapters also cover the disabled child in the community and neuropsychological rehabilitation.'
Comprehensive survey of French poetry.
The Cambridge Introduction to French Poetry is the most up to date and comprehensive survey of French poetry available. The poets discussed - all quoted in the original, followed by an English translation - belong to every period from the eleventh century to the present, and include Francophone authors from areas other than France. Accessible, wide-ranging and designed specifically for use on courses, this Introduction contains a useful glossary of poetic terms, and will prove invaluable to students and teachers alike.
This book analyses community rehabilitation needs from many different perspectives, including the views of disabled people, rehabilitation clinicians and service providers. Many examples of community rehabilitation schemes are presented, with evidence for their effectiveness, and case studies are used to highlight the main issues. The authors take an international view, and there are chapters dealing with the disabled child in the community and with neuropsychological rehabilitation. This important book examines the growing trend towards community rehabilitation in neurology and is directed towards all clinicians involved with neurorehabilitation.
Mary Shaw covers all aspects of French poetry from the Middle Ages to the present day in this text. Chapters focus on verse, genres, poetry, politics and philosophy among other topics. Designed specifically for use in courses, the volume contains a useful glossary of poetic terms, and is invaluable to students as well as teachers.
Analyses community rehabilitation from many perspectives, with examples of community rehabilitation schemes and case studies.
About the Author
Mary Lewis Shaw is Associate Professor of French at Rutgers University. She is the author of Performance in the Texts of Mallarmé: The Passage from Art to Ritual (1993).
Table of Contents
Illustrations; Prologue: French poetry?; 1. Verse and prose; 2. Forms and genres; 3. Words and figures; 4. Poetry and politics; 5. Poetry and philosophy; Epilogue: Poetry and the arts; Glossary.
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