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Carmen Guerrero Nakpil (?):

Whatever: A New Collection of Later Essays, 1987-2001 (2003) (?)

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ISBN: 9789715504171 (?) or 9715504175, in english, 212 pages, Ateneo De Manila Univ Pr, New

PHP 1,140 ( 19.49)¹(without obligation)
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Book by Nakpil Carmen Guerrero, Tapa blanda, Label: Ateneo De Manila Univ Pr, Ateneo De Manila Univ Pr, Produktgruppe: Libro, Publiziert: 2003-08, Studio: Ateneo De Manila Univ Pr
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ISBN (alternative notations): 971-550-417-5, 978-971-550-417-1
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Whatever: A New Collection of Later Essays, 1987-2001 (2003) (?)

ISBN: 9789715504171 (?) or 9715504175, in english, 212 pages, Ateneo De Manila Univ Pr, Paperback, New

PHP 780 ( 13.28)¹(without obligation)
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Taschenbuch, Label: Ateneo De Manila Univ Pr, Ateneo De Manila Univ Pr, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2003-01, Studio: Ateneo De Manila Univ Pr, Verkaufsrang: 3097406
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Whatever: A New Collection of Later Essays, 1987-2001 (2003) (?)

ISBN: 9789715504171 (?) or 9715504175, in english, 212 pages, Ateneo de Manila University Press, Paperback, Used

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"The title, Whatever, is a reference to the millennial way of ending an argument. It used to mean 'anything' or 'everything' or 'no matter' and 'in any case, ' but has now become a catty, disdainful but peaceable, way of granting a hearing without necessarily agreeing with an opinion. It is now the trendy equivalent of saying, all right, have it your way, but this is my take on the subject. The essays in this book are offered in that spirit." --from the Preface, paperback, Label: Ateneo de Manila University Press, Ateneo de Manila University Press, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2003-01, Studio: Ateneo de Manila University Press, Verkaufsrang: 6435636
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Whatever: A New Collection of Later Essays, 1987-2001 (?)

ISBN: 9789715504171 (?) or 9715504175, in english, Ateneo de Manila University Press, Paperback

PHP 3,580 ( 61.32)¹ + Shipping: PHP 220 ( 3.71)¹ = PHP 3,800 ( 65.03)¹(without obligation)
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ISBN (alternative notations): 971-550-417-5, 978-971-550-417-1
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Carmen Guerrero Nakpil (?):

Whatever: A New Collection of Later Essays 1987-2001 (Paperback) (2003) (?)

ISBN: 9789715504171 (?) or 9715504175, in english, University of Hawai i Press, United States, Paperback, New

PHP 1,640 ( 28.06)¹(free shipping, without obligation)
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From Seller/Antiquarian, The Book Depository US [58762574], Slough, United Kingdom
Language: English Brand New Book. The title, Whatever, is a reference to the millennial way of ending an argument. It used to mean anything or everything or no matter and in any case, but has now become a catty, disdainful but peaceable, way of granting a hearing without necessarily agreeing with an opinion. It is now the trendy equivalent of saying, all right, have it your way, but this is my take on the subject. The essays in this book are offered in that spirit. --from the Preface
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Händlerbewertung: 5, NEW BOOK, New
Platform order number Abebooks.de: 15446206327
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