Daily Telegraph Sign Language Postcard Book

Author: Daily Telegraph
Editor: Frances Lincoln Limited
ISBN: 9780711236257
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Twenty different postcards featuring the most inappropriate, confusing, poorly translated and mind-bogglingly bizarre signs from around the world. Few things amuse and appall Telegraph readers as much as the abuse, misuse, mistranslation and outright mangling of the English language. So, for the past three years theTelegraph has run a weekly feature inviting members of the public to send in photographs of menus, health and safety warnings, road signs, advertisements, headlines and personals columns - anything in which the language has gone egregiously, hilariously and, usually, unintentionally wrong. These have been published in the best-sellingSign Language series and are now available for you to keep, send or frame in these easy tear-off postcards.

Indiana Farmer S Guide

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Popular Mechanics

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British Humanities Index

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Winter

Author: Ali Smith
Editor: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0241973325
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LONGLISTED FOR THE ORWELL PRIZE 2018 The dazzling second novel in Ali Smith's essential Seasonal Quartet -- from the Baileys Prize-winning, Man Booker-shortlisted author of Autumn and How to be both A Book of the Year according to: the Daily Telegraph, the Observer, the Evening Standard, The Times. 'Dazzling' Daily Telegraph Winter? Bleak. Frosty wind, earth as iron, water as stone, so the old song goes. The shortest days, the longest nights. The trees are bare and shivering. The summer's leaves? Dead litter. The world shrinks; the sap sinks. But winter makes things visible. And if there's ice, there'll be fire. In Ali Smith's Winter, lifeforce matches up to the toughest of the seasons. In this second novel in her acclaimed Seasonal cycle, the follow-up to her sensational Autumn, Smith's shape-shifting quartet of novels casts a merry eye over a bleak post-truth era with a story rooted in history, memory and warmth, its taproot deep in the evergreens: art, love, laughter. It's the season that teaches us survival. Here comes Winter.