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The Multilingual Self: An Inquiry Into Language Learning

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This text relates the author's stories about how languages have integrated her being, and defined and formed her sense of self. The author who is a multilingual Russian immigrant, tells stories to help language students understand why and at what price successful language acquisition is realistic.
Paperback, 107 pages
Published April 1st 1997 by Routledge
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While reading this for inspiration for a project idea of my own, I found it an interesting read - yet frankly disappointing in several facets. I enjoyed the view of how Natasha Lvovich found herself and her experiences in learning foreign languages, but I found - notably - there was much less of a discussion of "language learning" than I had anticipated. This is an interesting read, but one I would suggest picking up from the the library.
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