Synopses & Reviews
Featuring 82,000 words and phrases and 129,000 translations, this second edition of The Oxford Russian-English Dictionary derives its material from a collation of the best existing Russian-English dictionaries with the fundamental dictionaries of Russian, including the authoritative works
prepared by the USSR Academy of Sciences.
Drawing upon Russian and Soviet literature, it focuses on colloquial vocabulary and general scientific and technological terms. Entries include valuable grammatical information such as irregular case endings and short forms of adjectives. The dictionary also provides appendices of abbreviations
and geographical names, making it a must for any student learning or using the Russian.
In this new edition, literature professor Sally Shuttleworth explores the power of a narrative that questions the rights of women and the nature of madness, martyrdom, and rebellion in a story whose emotional charge is as strong today as it was more than 150 years ago.
Jane Eyre (1847) has enjoyed huge popularity since first publication, and its success owes much to its exceptional emotional power. Jane Eyre, a penniless orphan, is engaged as governess at Thornfield Hall by the mysterious Mr Rochester. Her integrity and independence are tested to the limit as their love for each other grows, and the secrets of Mr Rochester's past are revealed. A brilliant new edition of this flagship of Victorian fiction, this book includes a new introduction and revised notes from one of the foremost Brontë scholars. This text is based on the definitive Clarendon edition, based on the original editions of Brontë's great work.
Table of Contents
Note on the text
A Chronology of Jane Eyre
Appendix: Opinions of the Press as printed at the end of the third edition