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Archive for August, 2011
Books that make Shakespeare easy to understand for kids and youth of all ages. Oxford offers help with Shakespeare by publishing three different styles, so when someone says, “I don’t understand Shakespeare” these translations will make Shakespeare easy to learn, easy to read and fun to follow.
A publishing company 500 years old continues to set the standard for excellence. Books will always be a source of education, entertainment, wisdom and refuge for people. Oxford is a publisher with focus on all elementary and secondary school grades; secondary school levels (university, college); English language training for immigrants to Canada and a fabulous retail sector that also works with Chapters/Indigo and Amazon. Check out the Oxford University Press Website at www.oupcanada.com
A reissue of a book originally released in 1970, offering a personal glimpse into one of Canada’s most controversial and beloved leaders. Written by Pierre Elliot Trudeau, you will learn much about the man by the opinions he shares in this fascinating, easy read.
International relations and global politics are often subject to the context and perspective from which they’re analyzed. This well informed piece is one of few that offer detailed analysis of global politics from a Canadian perspective. Written by two highly acclaimed scholars who are active world wide at various levels, this book is an updated look at how the political pockets of today’s world are interacting with each other. An essential university text as well as a fascinating read for anyone interested in world politics.