Carpentier


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Carpentier

Georges , known as Gorgeous Georges. 1894--1975, French boxer: world light-heavyweight champion (1920--22)
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The clamour for the Carpentier fight was off the scale.
Carpentier used tragic emplotment to narrate the Haitian Revolution
Carpentier's mastery of the literature on discourse analysis and its several variants, and of the other major topics featuring in this monograph, is both polymathic and assured.
Al examinar esta primera etapa, Roberto Gonzalez Echevarria en Alejo Carpentier: el peregrino en su patria pregunta si estos textos tienen algun merito literario o si, por el contrario, pueden considerarse "ruinas sin valor de un pasado cuya unica funcion fue prefigurar el presente ...
Long neglected, and still not translated into English, Alejo Carpentier's first novel, !Ecue-Yamba-O!, has received some recent critical attention, but Park adds a new dimension by unraveling the circumstances in which Carpentier began writing the book, as noted in its final lines: "First version: Havana Prison, August 1-9, 1927" (quoted p.92).
Former Worcester Warrior Richard de Carpentier is another in the Team GB 7s training camp and is no stranger to the Singha Premiership Rugby 7s.
Celebrating the centennial anniversary of American author Susan GlaspellAEs Trifles (1916) and oA Jury of Her Peers" (1917), Carpentier and Jouve depart from previous approaches and indicate new directions in Glaspell scholarship for the twentieth century.
John Westphal beat Chris Carpentier for the drop-down title in two close games.