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Stump, 1998) Literary names should be adopted as patterns that indicate how much referential element can be produced via their utilization, within a rather restricted habitat.
In addition, the vacillation between first-person and third-person narration in Die Kunde von den Baumen (where the protagonist has the eighteenth-century literary name of Waller) never develops into a meaningful feature of the story.
ConfuciusChinese Kongfuzi (K'ung-fu-tzu) or Kongzi (K'ung-tzu), original name Kong Qiu literary name Zhongni(b.
Albion was the ancient and literary name for which island?
Ouyang Xiu or Ou-yang Hsiu literary name Zuiweng(b.
John Keats is another literary name associated with Winchester.
A comedian and actor who stepped before the camera to present Channel 4's Travelog and other ``lifestyle'' programmes before making his literary name with two highly successful travel books, he has now returned to performing to recall his peripatetic experiences and the reactions to them.
Owned by the Belfast Unemployed Resource Centre, it is a place where creativity flows as well as the beer and, appropriately enough given its literary name, definitely something to write home about.
However, Mr Upton states: ``As the city establishes a growing reputation as a centre for the arts and music, the absence of a famous literary name to go with it has always been a chink in the cultural armour .
Bolasie is just one of the top football and literary names tied to the project, also including Frank Lampard, Waterstones Children's Laureate, Lauren Child, and Young People's Laureate for London, Caleb Femi - who all feature on the Premier League Writing Stars judging panel.
Readers are delighted to get to know literary names from two parts of the Arab world that they would not have known about if it weren't for our reliance on this cooperative arrangement.
The Inventors, 6-7pm - for 12 to 16-year-olds Gloria says: "It's all about bringing stories to life, that's why we have literary names.