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LINGUIST List 18.1739

Thu Jun 07 2007

Confs: General Ling,Applied Ling,Ling & Literature,Spanish Lang/UK

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        1.    Gemma Belmonte, Reading and Books in Extremadura: An Homage to Reading


Message 1: Reading and Books in Extremadura: An Homage to Reading
Date: 31-May-2007
From: Gemma Belmonte <aclon11cervantes.es>
Subject: Reading and Books in Extremadura: An Homage to Reading


Reading and Books in Extremadura: An Homage to Reading

Date: 14-Jun-2007 - 14-Jun-2007
Location: London, United Kingdom
Contact: Gemma Belmonte
Contact Email: aclon11cervantes.es
Meeting URL: http://www.unex.es/eweb/sil

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; Ling & Literature

Subject Language(s): Spanish (spa)

Meeting Description:

'Reading and Books in Extremadura: An Homage to Reading'.
This event is part of the events programmed in order to celebrate the
'Extremadura Week' at the Instituto Cervantes in London (UK). It is an
opportunity for the audience to meet writers from Extremadura (Spain), to
listen to their views and to ask questions about their creative writing
experience.
Attendance to this event is free.

This day of events has the following programme:

10,00h: a meeting with writer Antonio Gómez Yebra
11,30h-12,30h: a meeting with writer José María Pagador
12,30h-13,30h: a meeting with writer Beatriz Osés

Concurrent Activities:
1. Presentation of the first Extremadurian edition of the ''Qujote'' and of
the ''Quijote's Book of Use'', by writer José María Pagador.
2. Presentation of Spanish Language Courses organised by the University of
Extremadura.
3. Bibliographical exhibition of literary works from Extremadura.


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