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Sie studieren Germanistik, Deutsch als Fremdsprache, Deutsch für das Lehramt, eine Fremdsprachenphilologie oder ein verwandtes Fach? Oder Sie interessieren sich für einen dieser Studiengänge?

Mit diesem Band können Sie sich gezielt auf das Studium vorbereiten und Ihre Kenntnisse im Studium erweitern: Wiederholen Sie das in der Schule vermittelte grammatische Grundlagenwissen, vertiefen Sie es, testen Sie Ihre Kenntnisse und wenden Sie Ihr Wissen an!

- Das Basiswissen Grammatik leicht verständlich dargestellt

- Zusammenfassung und Systematisierung: Wozu Grammatik?

- Alle Abschnitte mit Übungen

- Lösungen am Ende des Buches

Grundwissen Grammatik - Fit fürs Studium

Von erfahrenen Hochschulprofessorinnen für Studierende: aus der Praxis für die Praxis

 
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A charm can protect, inflict or influence.

Charm, the second collection by poet Christine McNair, considers the craftwork of conception from a variety of viewpoints—from pregnancy and motherhood, to how an orchid is pollinated, to overcoming abusive relationships, to the manual artistry of carving a violin bow or marbling endpapers.

Through these works, McNair's poetic line evolves as if moving in a spellbound kaleidoscope, etched with omens, fairytales, intimacy's stickiness, and the mothering body.

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Praise for Charm

"McNair's Charm is unyielding. Replete with precision, elegance and power, an attentive intensity thrives in these poems. She is fearless in her examination of how impermanent objects are treated—of how we ourselves are objects. What lingers is a provocative sensuality, preserved from intimacies, inherent vices, destructive influences, harms, and decay. Her Charm is stunning and alchemical." —Sandra Ridley, author of Silvija and The Counting House

"Christine McNair's Charm is a textile bracelet stitched together with a gasp an echo a tune that will catch at your pumpernickel heart. Jubilantly sample the starched linen and cloth pages as these poems embolden you to bite into its promiscuous orchids and chew on the enchanted, hanked-tone stanzas." —Nicole Markotić, author of whelmed and Bent at the Spine

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Christine McNair is the author of Conflict (BookThug, 2012; finalist for the City of Ottawa Book Award, the Archibald Lampman Award, and the ReLit Award, and shortlisted for the Robert Kroetsch Award for Innovative Poetry) and pleasantries and other misdemeanours (2013; shortlisted for the bpNichol chapbook award). Her work has appeared in Arc Poetry Magazine, CV2, Descant, Poetry is Dead, Prairie Fire, and other places. McNair lives in Ottawa, where she works as a book doctor.

 
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It was a long silence that brought me to the erasure poem. Not mine, but my brother's, during his many months in a coma. I came across a notebook of his—a pocketsized, handwritten field guide of prairie grasses. I read it for companionship, signs of consciousness, attention. I read it for the rhythms of his still and distant hand…. I was reading a taxonomy of grief: silique drifted into soliloquy.>

Between 2008 and 2014, while her brother was in a lengthy coma, award-winning poet Jennifer Still engaged in a private collaboration with the art and wonder that was his handwritten field guide of prairie grasses. The result: the stunning works of poetry and imagery encapsulated in Comma.

Still was moved by an overarching impulse of grief to create these poems. In the brittle lexicon of botany, and in the hum of the machines keeping her brother alive, she developed a hands-on method of composition that plays with the possibilities of what can be 'read' on a page. Comma enacts a state of transformation and flux, all in an effort to portray the embodiment of grief and regeneration that can be achieved in the physical breakdown and reassembly of lyric poetic forms.

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Praise for Comma:

"Comma is a living, breathing field guide to the unconscious—Still's poems flicker and leap from the page. This collection is an immersive, tactile wonder, a compassionate, steadfast companion: a truly remarkable exploration by a truly remarkable artist."&madsh;Christine Fellows, singer/songwriter/poet and author of Burning Daylight

"Comma offers an unaccountably delicate experience. Yet these deft images and words are like slivers piercing situations and sensibility with guileless insight. The grace with which Jennifer Still's poems express experience is magical. Read the poetry as you might search for a special midnight star, by attending to the edges of vision (and words) where brightness shines best."—Jeanne Randolph, author of Shopping Cart Pantheism

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Jennifer Still's first collection,Saltations, was nominated for three Saskatchewan Book Awards. Her second collection, Girlwood, was a finalist for the 2012 Aqua Books Lansdowne Prize for Poetry and the first-prize winner of the John V. Hicks Manuscript Award. That same year, she was awarded the John Hirsch Award for Most Promising Manitoba Writer, and in 2013, she won the Prairie Fire/Banff Centre Bliss Carman Poetry Award. Still has served as faculty for the Banff Centre for the Arts and Creativity Wired Writing Studio and is a poetry editor for CV2. She was the 2015 University of Winnipeg Carol Shields Writer-in-Residence and will be the 2017 Writer/Storyteller-in-Residence at the University of Manitoba's Centre for Creative Writing and Oral Culture. She lives in Winnipeg.

 
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Grundwissen Grammatik - Fit fürs Studium

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Sie studieren Germanistik, Deutsch als Fremdsprache, Deutsch für das Lehramt, eine Fremdsprachenphilologie oder ein verwandtes Fach? Oder Sie interessieren sich für einen dieser Studiengänge?

Mit diesem Band können Sie sich gezielt auf das Studium vorbereiten und Ihre Kenntnisse im Studium erweitern: Wiederholen Sie das in der Schule vermittelte grammatische Grundlagenwissen, vertiefen Sie es, testen Sie Ihre Kenntnisse und wenden Sie Ihr Wissen an!

- Das Basiswissen Grammatik leicht verständlich dargestellt

- Zusammenfassung und Systematisierung: Wozu Grammatik?

- Alle Abschnitte mit Übungen

- Lösungen am Ende des Buches

Grundwissen Grammatik - Fit fürs Studium

Von erfahrenen Hochschulprofessorinnen für Studierende: aus der Praxis für die Praxis

 
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