Creative Multilingualism: A Manifesto
by Katrin Kohl, et al.
Publisher: Open Book Publishers
Number of pages: 336
This book is a welcome contribution to the field of modern languages, highlighting the intricate relationship between multilingualism and creativity, and, crucially, reaching beyond an Anglo-centric view of the world. Intended to spark further research and discussion, this book appeals to young people interested in languages, language learning and cultural exchange.
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