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Who was Nasreddin Hodja? Born in rural Turkey around 1208, Nasreddin became known as Hodja, the teacher. The 40 stories about his adventures, his common sense, and droll sense of humor have become true folk tales, told and embellished by adults and children alike for over 700 years. They are known from Gibraltar to the Himalayas, from Timbuktu to Timor to Tajikistan, throughout the whole world touched by Islam.
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Languages: English
Author: Raymond C Clark
Publisher: Pro Lingua
Published: 13 Jan 2017
About Author
  • Raymond C Clark
    Raymond C Clark
    An ELT materials creator, Raymond C Clark has had a long and varied career, producing titles such as: The ESL miscellany : a treasury of cultural and linguistic information, Language teaching techniques, Living in the United States, The ESL miscellany : a cultural and linguistic inventory of American English, and so on.
About Publisher
  • Pro Lingua
    Pro Lingua is a small publishing company located in Brattleboro, Vermont. We dedicate ourselves to producing superior language teaching materials. We sell our books directly to teachers and schools and through all bookstores and major distributors in the United States and overseas. Our full catalogue of materials is also available here in our website bookstore at www.ProLinguaAssociates.com. A bit of philosophy: At Pro Lingua, our objective is to foster an approach to learning and teaching which we call Interplay, the interaction of language learners and teachers with their materials, with the language and the culture, and with each other in active, creative and productive play.
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