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    Violence and Communication 

    Armentia, José I.; Arocena, Carmen; Caminos, José M.; Casado, Miguel Á.; de Dios Uriarte, Juan; DuBois, Alfonso; Esparza, Ramón; Garitaonandia, Carmelo; Garmendia, Maialen; Sabaris, Rosa M.; Martínez, Gemma; Mingolarra, Jose A.; Moreno, Carmelo; Parejo, Nekane; Zubero, Imanol; Zubiaur, Nekane E.; Zumalde, Imanol (2012)
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    Voicing the Moment: Improvised Oral Poetry and Basque Tradition 

    Zulaika, Joseba; Armistead, Samuel G.; Zavala, Antonio; Trapero, Maximiano; Foley, John M.; Zemke, John; Fernandez, James W.; Christian Jr., William A.; Monroe, James T.; Ráfols, Wilfredo D.; Aulestia, Gorka; Fernandez De Larrinoa, Kepa; Mallea-Olaetxe, Joxe; White, Linda; Garzia, Joxerra; Sarasua, Jon; Egaña, Andoni; Katz, Israel J. (2005)
    Chapters treat various improvised poetry including especially Basque bertsolaritza, including poetic art and techniques.
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    War, Exile, Justice, and Everyday Life, 1936-1946 

    Ott, Sandra; Irujo, Xabier; Anderson, Peter; López De Maturana, Virginia; Olaziregi, Mari J.; Resina, Joan R.; Soo, Scott; Piketty, Guillaume; Bowles, Brett; De Pablo, Santiago; Mees, Ludger; Bergerson, Andrew S.; Stehle, Maria; Vinen, Richard; Fogg, Shannon L.; Fishman, Sarah (2011)
    This book focuses on the lives of ordinary people ensnared in world events of the 1930s and 1940s beyond their control such as the bombing of Gernika, Spanish Civil War exile, France’s sudden defeat and its occupation and more.
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    Writers In Between Languages: Minority Languages in the Global Scene 

    Arcocha, Aurelia; Olaziregi, Mari J.; Diaz de Heredia, Rikardo A.; Atxaga, Bernardo; Landa, Mariasun; Meabe, Miren A.; Zaldua, Iban; Arruti, Nerea; Delgado, Elena; Cifuentes, Luis F.; Martín, Annabel; Pla, Xavier; Resina, Joan R.; Santana, Mario; Sosa-Velasco, Alfredo J.; Ugarte, Michael; Vilarós-Soler, Teresa M. (2009)
    Th book debates the consequences implied by linguistic extra-territorialization for many authors in a minority language, the realignment implied by the hegemony of English for all other literatures, and the options open ...