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African Geopolitics by Philippe Hugon
Approche de la littérature latine by Jacques Gaillard
Le cinéma japonais by Max Tessier
Le Cinéma en perspective : une histoire by Jean-Louis Leutrat
Le Cinéma italien de 1945 à nos jours by Laurence Schifano
Il coaching by Pierre Angel
Comment rédiger une bibliographie by Arlette Boulogne
Le commentaire de traduction anglaise by Michel Ballard
Le diagnostic en psychiatrie by Marie-Christine Hardy-Baylé
Du latin aux langues romanes by Michel Banniard
Eléments d'introduction à la psychanalyse, édition revue et corrigée by Alain Vanier
Les Figures de style by Catherine Fromilhague
Gestion et diffusion d'un fonds d'image by Cécile Kattnig
Hiroshima, mon amour, Alain Resnais by Jean-Louis Leutrat
Histoire Du Cinema Francais by Jeancolas
Histoire du cinéma français by Jean-Pierre Jeancolas
Honoré de Balzac : Bilan critique by Joëlle Gleize
Introduction à la démographie: Domaines et approches by Catherine Rollet
Introduction à l'analyse de l'image by Martine Joly
Introduction à l'analyse des textes espagnols et hispano-américains by Marc Zuili
Introduction à l'ethnologie et à l'anthropologie by Jean Copans
Introduction à la langue du XVIe siècle by Marie-Madeleine Fragonard
Louis-Ferdinand Céline by Philippe Destruel
Les mots de l'anglais by Jean-Philippe Watbled
Pour Lire Ancien Francais by Claud Thomasset
La poésie by Alain Vaillant
La prononciation de l'anglais by Jean-Philippe Watbled
La sémiotique du langage by Joseph Courtés
La versification appliquée aux textes by Michèle Aquien
Vocabulaire d'ancien français by Magali Rouquier

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In 128 pages and for only € 9.40, works of synthesis and initiation of whatever your subject, go to the essentials for a quick and efficient.

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