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Modern Languages and Literature - Concordia University Libraries Recent Acquisitions

Items in Modern Languages and Literature that were added to the Concordia University Libraries collection in the last 90 days.

  • Postcolonial modernism and the picaresque novel literatures of precarity / Jens Elze

  • The death of Ivan Ilyich / Leo Tolstoy ; translated from the Russian by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky ; with an introduction by Richard Pevear
    PG 3366 A13 P47 2012

    Tolstoy's most famous novella is an intense and moving examination of death and the possibilities of redemption, here in a powerful translation by the award-winning Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky.

    Ivan Ilyich is a middle-aged man who has spent his life focused on his career as a bureaucrat and emotionally detached from his wife and children. After an accident he finds himself on the brink of an untimely death, which he sees as a terrible injustice. Face to face with his mortality, Ivan begins to question everything he has believed about the meaning of life. The Death of Ivan Ilyich is a masterpiece of psychological realism and philosophical profundity that has inspired generations of readers.

  • The human family = Menschenkinder / Lou Andreas-Salomé ; translated and with an introduction by Raleigh Whitinger
    PT 2601 N4 M4613 2005

  • The Tangwang language an interdisciplinary case study in Northwest China / Dan Xu

  • Pier Paolo Pasolini : performing authorship / Gian Maria Annovi
    PQ 4835 A48 Z565 2017
    Before his mysterious murder in 1975, Pier Paolo Pasolini had become famous--and infamous--not only for his groundbreaking films and literary works but also for his homosexuality and criticism of capitalism, colonialism, and Western materialism. In Pier Paolo Pasolini: Performing Authorship , Gian Maria Annovi revisits Pasolini's oeuvre to examine the author's performance as a way of assuming an antagonistic stance toward forms of artistic, social, and cultural oppression. Annovi connects Pasolini's notion of authorship to contemporary radical artistic practices and today's multimedia authorship.

    Annovi considers the entire range of Pasolini's work, including his poetry, narrative and documentary film, dramatic writings, and painting, as well as his often scandalous essays on politics, art, literature, and theory. He interprets Pasolini's multimedia authorial performance as a masochistic act to elicit rejection, generate hostility, and highlight the contradictions that structure a repressive society. Annovi shows how questions of authorial self-representation and self-projection relate to the artist's effort to undermine the assumptions of his audience and criticize the conformist practices that the culture industry and mass society impose on the author. Pasolini reveals the critical potential of his spectacular celebrity by using the author's corporeal or vocal presence to address issues of sexuality and identity, and through his strategic self-fashioning in films, paintings, and photographic portraits he destabilizes the audience's assumptions about the author.

  • For two thousand years / Mihail Sebastian ; translated from the Romanian by Philip Ó Ceallaigh ; with a foreword by Mark Mazower
    PC 839 S37 D413 2017
    Available in English for the first time, Mihail Sebastian's classic 1934 novel delves into the mind of a Jewish student in Romania during the fraught years preceding World War II.

    This literary masterpiece revives the ideological debates of the interwar period through the journal of a Romanian Jewish student caught between anti-Semitism and Zionism. Although he endures persistent threats just to attend lectures, he feels disconnected from his Jewish peers and questions whether their activism will be worth the cost. Spending his days walking the streets and his nights drinking and conversing with revolutionaries, zealots, and libertines, he remains isolated, even from the women he loves. From Bucharest to Paris, he strives to make peace with himself in an increasingly hostile world.

    For Two Thousand Years echoes Mihail Sebastian's struggles as the rise of fascism ended his career and turned his friends and colleagues against him. Born of the violence of relentless anti-Semitism, his searching, self-derisive work captures a defining moment in history and lights the way for generations to come--a prescient, heart-wrenching chronicle of resilience and despair, resistance and acceptance.

  • Kaleidoskop : kultur, literatur und grammatik : Übungsbuch = student activities manual / Simone Berger, Jack Moeller
    PF 3112 M65 2017 Manual

  • Kaleidoskop : Kultur, literatur und grammatik / Jack Moeller (Oakland University), Simone Berger (Starnberg, Germany), Anja Wieden (Oakland University), Barbara Mabee (Oakland University), Winnifred R. Adolph (Florida State University)
    PF 3112 M65 2017
    KALEIDOSKOP features a flexible four-skills, student-centered approach that promotes communication and focuses on the literature and culture of the German-speaking world. KALEIDOSKOP is essentially two books in one--a cultural and literary reader ("Lektuere" with 10 "Themen"), and a comprehensive review of grammar (Kapitel). The 9th Edition also features a fully integrated short film (Kurzfilm) in every other chapter. Reading plays an important role in this text, with exercises for listening, speaking and writing revolving around the wide range of authentic reading selections, including: advertisements, charts, newspaper and magazine articles, letters, e-mails, forum mails, polls, interviews, biographies, songs, poems, and fiction.

  • Integrated Chinese = [Zhong wen ting shuo du xie]. Tao-chung Yao [and others]
    PL 1129 E5 I684 2005

  • The summer house, later / Judith Hermann ; translated from the German by Margot Bettauer Dembo
    PT 2668 E749 S6613 2002
    The bestselling voice of the new Berlin 'The little jewellery box also held the red coral bracelet from Nikolai Sergeyevich. Its six hundred and seventy-five little coral beads were strung onto a silken thread, and they glowed as red as rage. My great-grandmother put the hairbrush down in her lap. She closed her eyes for a long time. Then she opened her eyes again, took the red coral bracelet from the little box and fastened it around her left wrist. Her skin was very white. That evening, for the first time in three years, she shared a meal with my great-grandfather.' Coral bracelets 'as red as rage' from Russian lovers; a sad old woman who nonetheless 'sometimes sang and winked with her left eye and laughed till the tears came'; country houses 'away from Berlin, linden trees out front, chestnuts in the back, sky above'. The Summer House, Later is an elegant, measured, reflective collection of stories which captures beautifully the promise of bright colours lying just out of reach of our grey daily routines. Set in and around Europe's fastest-growing, fastest-living city, these stories take as their starting point the monotony of modern urban life -- the endless antennas and chimne

  • Fame / Daniel Kehlmann ; translated by Carol Brown Janeway
    PT 2671 E32 R8413 2011

    Imagine being famous. Wouldn't that be great?

    'A real beauty of a book' - Jonathan Franzen
    'Riffs echo through this playful, perplexing landscape' - The Times

    But what if, one day, you got stuck in a country where no one spoke your language. Where no one knew your face and you had no way of contacting home. How would your fame help you then?

    What would happen if someone got hold of your mobile phone? If they spoke to your girlfriends, your agent, your director and started making decisions for you. And when no one believed that you were you any more, when you saw a lookalike acting your roles for you, what would you do?

    In this delightfully entertaining book, Daniel Kehlmann throws his characters into situations that are thrilling, funny, surprising and tragic, confirming his place as one of his generation's finest writers.

  • From domestic women to sensitive young men : translating the individual in early colonial Korea / Yoon Sun Yang
    PL 954 Y36 2017

    The notion of the individual was initially translated into Korean near the end of the nineteenth century and took root during the early years of Japanese colonial influence. Yoon Sun Yang argues that the first literary iterations of the Korean individual were prototypically female figures appearing in the early colonial domestic novel--a genre developed by reform-minded male writers--as schoolgirls, housewives, female ghosts, femmes fatales , and female same-sex partners. Such female figures have long been viewed as lacking in modernity because, unlike numerous male characters in Korean literature after the late 1910s, they did not assert their own modernity, or that of the nation, by exploring their interiority. Yang, however, shows that no reading of Korean modernity can ignore these figures, because the early colonial domestic novel cast them as individuals in terms of their usefulness or relevance to the nation, whether model citizens or iconoclasts.

    By including these earlier narratives within modern Korean literary history and positing that they too were engaged in the translation of individuality into Korean, Yang's study not only disrupts the canonical account of a non-gendered, linear progress toward modern Korean selfhood but also expands our understanding of the role played by translation in Korea's construction of modern gender roles.

  • Modern German grammar workbook / Bill Dodd [and others]
    PF 3112 M67 1996eb
    Modern German Grammar Workbook, Second Edition, is an innovative book of exercises and language tasks for all learners of German. The book is divided into two sections and is accompanied with a website (www.languages.routledge.com) with supplementary exercises.
    * Section 1 provides exercises based on essential grammatical structures
    * Section 2 practises everyday functions (e.g. making introductions, apologising, expressing needs)
    * Section 3 contains realistic role-plays in short scenes, set in a range of different contexts.
    A comprehensive answer key at the back of the book enables you to check on your progress. Implementing feedback from users of the first edition, this second edition now features:
    * Graded exercises: Level 1 for beginners; Level 2 for more advanced students
    * More extensive cross-referencing to the related Modern German Grammar, Second Edition.
    Modern German Grammar Workbook, Second Edition, is ideal for all learners who have a basic knowledge of German, including students at schools, in adult education and within higher education. It can be used independently or alongside the second edition of the Modern German Grammar.

  • Modern German grammar workbook
    PF 3112 M553 2003eb
    Modern German Grammar Workbook, Second Edition, is an innovative book of exercises and language tasks for all learners of German. The book is divided into two sections and is accompanied with a website (www.languages.routledge.com) with supplementary exercises.
    * Section 1 provides exercises based on essential grammatical structures
    * Section 2 practises everyday functions (e.g. making introductions, apologising, expressing needs)
    * Section 3 contains realistic role-plays in short scenes, set in a range of different contexts.
    A comprehensive answer key at the back of the book enables you to check on your progress. Implementing feedback from users of the first edition, this second edition now features:
    * Graded exercises: Level 1 for beginners; Level 2 for more advanced students
    * More extensive cross-referencing to the related Modern German Grammar, Second Edition.
    Modern German Grammar Workbook, Second Edition, is ideal for all learners who have a basic knowledge of German, including students at schools, in adult education and within higher education. It can be used independently or alongside the second edition of the Modern German Grammar.

  • Tener + past participle : a case study in linguistic description / Catherine E. Harre
    PC 145 H3 1991eb
    The so-called periphrastic constructions found in Spanish, and the problems which they pose for linguistic description and classification, provide a useful vehicle for exploring the possibilities for combining synchrony and diachrony. This book centres on an examination of one such construction: tener + past participle. A detailed study of this often neglected construction is justified in its own right, but in addition, because it is of uncertain grammatical status, it encapsulates many of the problems encountered by the synchronic linguist.
    The work focuses on a study of tener + past participle as used in the modern language, and a historical survey of its evolution. The interplay between the two is set against the background of various existing theories concerning auxiliary and periphrastic verbs, providing detailed data against which such theories can be tested. It also places the development of tener + past participle within the wider context of similar developments in other Romance languages.

  • Integrated Chinese = Zhong wen ting shuo du xie = Zhong wen ting shuo du xie. third edition by Yuehua Liu [and others] ; original edition by Yuehua Liu [and others]
    PL 1129 E5 I683 2010
    Cheng & Tsui's best-loved Chinese textbook series is new, revised, and better than ever!

  • Petrarch's Famous men in the early Renaissance : the illuminated copies of Felice Feliciano's edition / Lilian Armstrong
    PQ 4502 A76 2016

  • Chinese literary forms in Heian Japan : poetics and practice / Brian Steininger
    PL 719.81 S74 2017

    Written Chinese served as a prestigious, cosmopolitan script across medieval East Asia, from as far west as the Tarim Basin to the eastern kingdom of Heian period Japan (794-1185). In this book, Brian Steininger revisits the mid-Heian court of the Tale of Genji and the Pillow Book , where literary Chinese was not only the basis of official administration, but also a medium for political protest, sermons of mourning, and poems of celebration.

    Chinese Literary Forms in Heian Japan reconstructs the lived practice of Chinese poetic and prose genres among Heian officials, analyzing the material exchanges by which documents were commissioned, the local reinterpretations of Tang aesthetic principles, and the ritual venues in which literary Chinese texts were performed in Japanese vocalization. Even as state ideology and educational institutions proclaimed the Chinese script's embodiment of timeless cosmological patterns, everyday practice in this far-flung periphery subjected classical models to a string of improvised exceptions. Through careful comparison of literary and documentary sources, this book provides a vivid case study of one society's negotiation of literature's position--both within a hierarchy of authority and between the incommensurable realms of script and speech.

  • The philosophy of Umberto Eco / edited by Sara G. Beardsworth and Randall E. Auxier
    PQ 4865 C6 Z815 2017
    The Philosophy of Umberto Eco stands out in the Library of Living Philosophers series as the volume on the most interdisciplinary scholar hitherto and probably the most widely translated. The Italian philosopher's name and works are well known in the humanities, both his philosophical and literary works being translated into fifteen or more languages. Eco is a founder of modern semiotics and widely known for his work in the philosophy of language and aesthetics. He is also a leading figure in the emergence of postmodern literature, and is associated with cultural and mass communication studies. His writings cover topics such as advertising, television, and children's literature as well as philosophical questions bearing on truth, reality, cognition, language, and literature. The critical essays in this volume cover the full range of this output.
    This book has wide appeal not only because of its interdisciplinary nature but also because of Eco's famous "high and low" approach, which is deeply scholarly in conception and very accessible in outcome. The short essay "Why Philosophy?" included in the volume is exemplary in this regard: it will appeal to scholars for its wit and to high school students for its intelligibility.

  • Paris, capitale du XIXe siècle : le livre des passages / Walter Benjamin ; traduit de l'allemand par Jean Lacoste ; d'après l'édition originale établi par Rolf Tiedemann
    PT 2603 E455 P33514 1989

  • Itineraries of power : texts and traversals in Heian and medieval Japan / Terry Kawashima
    PL 726.2 K394 2016

    Movements--of people and groups, through travel, migration, exile, and diaspora--are central to understanding both local and global power relationships. But what of more literary moves: textual techniques such as distinct patterns of narrative flow, abrupt leaps between genres, and poetic figures that flatten geographical distance? This book examines what happens when both types of tropes--literal traversals and literary shifts--coexist.

    Itineraries of Power examines prose narratives and poetry of the mid-Heian to medieval eras (900-1400) that conspicuously feature tropes of movement. Kawashima argues that the appearance of a character's physical motion, alongside literary techniques identified with motion, is a textual signpost in a story, urging readers to focus on how the work conceptualizes relations of power and claims to authority. From the gendered intersection of register shifts in narrative and physical displacement in the Heian period, to a dizzying tale of travel retold multiple times in a single medieval text, the motion in these works gestures toward internal conflicts and alternatives to existing structures of power. The book concludes that texts crucially concerned with such tropes of movement suggest that power is always simultaneously manufactured and dismantled from within.

  • Poetic fragments / Karoline von Günderrode ; translated and with introductory essays by Anna C. Ezekiel
    PT 2281 G8 A25 2016
    Bilingual English-German edition of second collection published by the German poet, dramatist, and philosopher Karoline von G#65533;nderrode (1780-1806).

  • R.U.R. (Rossum's universal robots) / Karel Čapek ; translated by Claudia Novack ; introduction by Ivan Klíma
    PG 5038 C3 R213 2004
    A visionary work of science fiction that introduced the word "robot"

    Written in 1920, premiered in Prague in 1921, and first performed in New York in 1922--garnered worldwide acclaim for its author and popularized the word robot. Mass-produced as efficient laborers to serve man, Capek's Robots are an android product--they remember everything but think of nothing new. But the Utopian life they provide ultimately lacks meaning, and the humans they serve stop reproducing. When the Robots revolt, killing all but one of their masters, they must strain to learn the secret of self-duplication. It is not until two Robots fall in love and are christened "Adam" and "Eve" by the last surviving human that Nature emerges triumphant.

    For more than seventy years, Penguin has been the leading publisher of classic literature in the English-speaking world. With more than 1,700 titles, Penguin Classics represents a global bookshelf of the best works throughout history and across genres and disciplines. Readers trust the series to provide authoritative texts enhanced by introductions and notes by distinguished scholars and contemporary authors, as well as up-to-date translations by award-winning translators.

  • German literature through Nazi eyes / by H.G. Atkins
    PT 85 A85 1941

  • German women's writing in the twenty-first century / edited by Hester Baer and Alexandra Merley Hill
    PT 167 G466 2015
    What is the status of women's writing in German today, in an era when feminism has thoroughly problematized binary conceptions of sex and gender? Drawing on gender and queer theory, including the work of Lauren Berlant, Judith Butler, and Michel Foucault, the essays in this volume rethink conventional ways of conceptualizing female authorship and re-examine the formal, aesthetic, and thematic terms in which "women's literature" has been conceived. With an eye to the literary and feminist legacy of authors such as Christa Wolf and Ingeborg Bachmann, contributors treat the works of many of contemporary Germany's most significant literary voices, including Hatice Aky#65533;n, Sibylle Berg, Thea Dorn, Tanja D#65533;ckers, Karen Duve, Jenny Erpenbeck, Julia Franck, Katharina Hacker, Charlotte Roche, Julia Schoch, and Antje R#65533;vic Strubel -- authors who, through their writing or their roles in the media, engage with questions of what it means to be a woman writer in twenty-first-century Germany. Contributors: Hester Baer, Necia Chronister, Helga Druxes, Valerie Heffernan, Alexandra Merley Hill, Lindsay Lawton, Sheridan Marshall, Mihaela Petrescu, Jill Suzanne Smith, Carrie Smith-Prei, Maria Stehle, Katherine Stone. Hester Baer is Associate Professor of Germanic Studies at the University of Maryland. Alexandra Merley Hill is Assistant Professor of German at the University of Portland.

  • Canzoniere / Francesco Petrarca ; a cura di Sabrina Stroppa ; introduzione di Paolo Cherchi
    PQ 4476 G11 2016

  • Decameron / Giovanni Boccaccio ; a cura di Vittore Branca
    PQ 4267 A2 2015

  • Integrated Chinese = Zhong wen ting shuo du xie . Yuehua Liu, Tao-chung Yao, Nyan-Ping Bi [and 2 others]
    PL 1129 E5 I683 2017

  • The sagas of Icelanders : a selection / preface by Jane Smiley ; introduction by Robert Kellogg
    PT 7262 E5 S34 2001
    'The Icelandic Sagas remain one of the great marvels of world literature, a great human achievement. We can see how much of our Western modern tradition of narrative realism begins with them. But we can also see that the subsequent seven centuries have produced no other work so timelessly up-to-date, nothing with such a supreme, undistorted sense of actuality, nothing so tempered and tested by such a formidable seriousness of life.' - Ted Hughes In Iceland, the ages of the Vikings is alos called the Saga Age. A unique body of medieval literature, the Sagas rank with the world's great literary treasures-as epic as Homer, as deep in tragedy as Sophocles, as engagingly human as Shakespeare. Set around the turn of the last millennium, these stories depict with an astonishingly modern realism the lives and deeds of the Norse men and women who first settled Iceland and of their descendants, who ventured farther west-to Greenland and, ultimately, the coast of North America. The Sagas are not typical heroic literature, but rather tales of flesh-and-blood people burdened with a heroic legacy-the Viking traditions of honor and blood vengeance. Deeply rooted in the real world of their day, concise and straightforward in style, the Sagas explore perennial human problems- love and hate, fate and freedom, crime and punishment, travel and exile. For the modern reader, it is the psychological intensity and depth of the characters as much as the codes of honor and ethics that capture the imagination. Though strong men dominate the Saga stage, it is often clever and beautiful women who manipulate the course of events behind the scenes. Among the colourful cast of women found throughout the Sagas, perhaps none is more intriguing than Gudrid Thorbjarnardottir. Born in Iceland, married in Greenland, Dudrid sailed to Vinland, where she bore a son-the first person of European ancestry born in North America. Formidable and independent-minded, Gudrid was the most widely travelled woman in the world-and would remain so for another five hundred years. The eleven Sagas and six shorter tales in this volume recount the adventures of the settlers who first came from Norway to Iceland's shores, and how they founded a unique commonwealth of chieftains with no king in this brave new world of towering mountains and lonely fjords. The celebrated 'Vinland Sagas' Began a new chapter in world history, telling of Leif Eiriksson's pioneering voyage to the New World; these sagas contain the oldest descriptions of the North American continent and mark the first contact between Europeans and Native Americans. This Penguin edition of The Sagas of Icelanders, commemorating the thousandth anniversary of Leif Eiriksson's historic voyage, is drawn from the first English translation of the entire corpus of the Sagas, together with the forty-nine connected tales-a five-volume set published by Leifur Eiriksson Publishing, Iceland. Thirty translators were selected for this monumental project, including leading international scholars from seven countries.

  • Bodies of song : Kabir oral traditions and performative worlds in North India / Linda Hess
    PK 2095 K3 Z696 2015
    Kabir was a great iconoclastic-mystic poet of fifteenth-century North India; his poems were composed orally, written down by others in manuscripts and books, and transmitted through song. Scholars and translators usually attend to written collections, but these present only a partial pictureof the Kabir who has remained vibrantly alive through the centuries mostly in oral forms. Entering the worlds of singers and listeners in rural Madhya Pradesh, Bodies of Song combines ethnographic and textual study in exploring how oral transmission and performance shape the content andinterpretation of vernacular poetry in North India. The book investigates textual scholars' study of oral-performative traditions in a milieu where texts move simultaneously via oral, written, audio/video-recorded, and electronic pathways.As texts and performances are always socially embedded, Linda Hess brings readers into the lives of those who sing, hear, celebrate, revere, and dispute about Kabir. Bodies of Song is rich in stories of individuals and families, villages and towns, religious and secular organizations, castes andcommunities. Dialogue between religious/spiritual Kabir and social/political Kabir is a continuous theme throughout the book: ambiguously located between Hindu and Muslim cultures, Kabir rejected religious identities, pretentions, and hypocrisies. But even while satirizing the religious, he composedstunning poetry of religious experience and psychological insight. A weaver by trade, Kabir also criticized caste and other inequalities and today serves as an icon for Dalits and all who strive to remove caste prejudice and oppression.

  • Kafka sur le rivage / Haruki Murakami ; traduit du japonais par Corinne Atlan
    PL 856 U673 U514 2006

  • Cent ans de solitude : roman / Gabriel García Márquez ; traduit de l'espagnol (Colombie) par Claude et Carmen Durand ; [présentation par Albert Bensoussan]
    PQ 8180.17 A73 C514 1995

  • Life and fate / Vasily Grossman ; translated by Robert Chandler
    PG 3476 G7 Z3513 2006b
    Life and Fate is an epic tale of a country told through the fate of a single family, the Shaposhnikovs. As the battle of Stalingrad looms, Grossman's characters must work out their destinies in a world torn by ideological tyranny and war.

    Completed in 1960 and then confiscated by the KGB, this sweeping panorama of Soviet Society remained unpublished until it was smuggled into the West in 1980, where it was hailed as a masterpiece.

  • An anthology of Arabic literature : from the classical to the modern / selected and translated by Tarif Khalidi
    PJ 7694 E1 A684 2016
    Introducing readers to the extremely rich tradition of Arabic literature, this Anthology covers some of its major themes and concerns across the centuries, from its early beginnings to modern times. The texts chosen are a "library of personal preferences" of a scholar who has spent half acentury or more in the company of Arabic books, marking then translating those passages that seemed to him to capture some of its most memorable moments.Reflecting the great diversity and unpredictability of Arabic literature as the carrier of a major world culture, both pre-modern and modern, the Anthology is divided thematically to highlight modern issues such as love, religion, the human self, human rights, freedom of expression, the environment,violence, secular thought, and feminism. The short, easy-to-read texts are accessible to non-specialists, providing an ideal entry point to this extraordinary literature.

  • Austerlitz / W.G. Sebald ; translated by Anthea Bell ; introduction by James Wood
    PT 2681 E18 A9513 2011

    This tenth anniversary edition of W. G. Sebald's celebrated masterpiece includes a new Introduction by acclaimed critic James Wood. Austerlitz is the story of a man's search for the answer to his life's central riddle. A small child when he comes to England on a Kindertransport in the summer of 1939, Jacques Austerlitz is told nothing of his real family by the Welsh Methodist minister and his wife who raise him. When he is a much older man, fleeting memories return to him, and obeying an instinct he only dimly understands, Austerlitz follows their trail back to the world he left behind a half century before. There, faced with the void at the heart of twentieth-century Europe, he struggles to rescue his heritage from oblivion.

  • Vistas : introducción a la lengua española / José A. Blanco, Philip Redwine Donley, Late
    PC 4129 E5 V57 2016b

  • Poesía indígena de América / selección y prólogo de Guillermo Alberto Arévalo
    PQ 6208 I53 P64 1995

  • Sous tant de paupières : Bergman avant la mondialisation des écrans / Freddy Buache
    PT 9875 B533 B83 2010

  • Nosotras que no somos como las demás / Lucía Etxebarría
    PQ 6655 T84 N67 2006
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