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Listening to Lorca

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Professor Hawkins, one of the foremost figures in language teaching, describes his "journey into language" through a series of key professional - and often moving - episodes drawn from the sweep of 20th century European history, encompassing the Spanish Civil War, the rise of Nazism, World War in Europe and North Africa, and the bridge-building that followed. In the first ...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published November 7th 2000 by Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research
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Paul Servini
Mar 24, 2010 Paul Servini rated it really liked it
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A fascinating account of how a leading language teacher first got involved in languages. It interested me both as a language teacher myself, but also because of the personality behind the teaching.
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