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Cambridge University Library houses a vast and internationally important collection of manuscripts, from early medieval illustrated bibles to personal papers and administrative records of the university. These volumes, first published between 1856 and 1867, contain the first published catalogue of the manuscripts held by the University Library. Edited by Henry Richards Luard (1825-91), Registrary of the University, these volumes provide detailed descriptions of the manuscript collection of the University Library as it was in the mid-nineteenth century. Information on the appearance, condition, age and provenance of the manuscripts is provided, together with accounts of their contents, to provide a practical and highly detailed guide to this fascinating collection.
Having a passion for writing does not mean that one is necessarily good at teaching others how to write. This was the situation this author found himself in when he landed in China and found out that in addition to teaching oral English, he would be tasked with teaching English writing to university students. The book provides a semester's worth of lesson plans for many different types of writing that should be taught. It also gives ideas about how to structure the typical two hour class.
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