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The poets are in the centre of values, cultures, and languages which are hostile to each other. She has worked as an arts administrator in theatre and in a writers’ centre; as a translator, as a bookseller and also in a university library. And this is true of other non-regional dialects. In Japanese, the term Igirisu ( Katakana: イギリス) is used interchangeably with Eikoku, but is considered slightly more foreign because it comes from the Portuguese word Inglês (English) – it should be noted that, despite this origin, Igirisu refers to the United Kingdom as a whole, and not specifically to England, which is Ingurando ( Katakana: イングランド).

Pages: 192

Publisher: New Island Books (June 1999)

ISBN: 1902602064


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