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Baron Pal Podmaniczky and the Norwegian Bible

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Published: 1994
Language: English
Wordcount: 7,735 / 30 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 71.6
LoC Category: BS
Downloads: 1,322 3844
License: ©

Copyright (C) 2002 Martinovitsné Kutas Ilona

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r a real writer, because the first book is on his or her life--and everyone has a life. To discover the second story is the art. So I am waiting for your second short story."

At the end of my essay I would like to write about a lost Norwegian Bible and one that was never sent.

As I mentioned before, it was our assignment in the second year Russian teacher’s retraining course to write a short story then to write a literary analysis on our own work. It is nice, interesting homework, isn’t it?

All of the students in our group wrote interesting stories, then we read them aloud during the next lesson. We had to hand in the stories and the analyses to our professor who promised to correct them and give us a mark for them at the end of the semester. And besides all of these to give the stories to a jury consisting of teachers who were native speakers. The best three would be published in a library bulletin of the Teacher’s Training College. At the last lesson of the semester she gave all of us the be



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