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Eco

A proposed common currency for the West African Monetary Union. Potential adoptees are Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone.
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Ladbrokes - Nobel prize for Literature: 10 Haruki Murakami, 12 Mo Yan, Cees Nooteboom, 14 Ismail Kadare, Adonis, Ko Un, 16 Dacia Maraini, Philip Roth, Cormac McCarthy, Amos Oz, 20 Alice Munro, Enrique Vila-Matas, Eduardo Mendoza Garriga, Les Murray, Ngugi wa Thiog'o, Chinua Achebe, Assia Djebar, Thomas Pynchon, 25 Umberto Eco, Leonard Nolens, Mircea Cartarescu, 33 Adam Zagajewski, Karl Ove Knausgard, Don DeLillo, Peter Nadas, Nurridin Farah, Joyce Carol Oates, E L Doctorow, Bob Dylan, 50 bar.
Italian novelist Umberto Eco is a professor of semiotics, philosophy, and medieval studies at the University of Bologna.
THE PRAGUE CEMETERY Umberto Eco (Harvill Secker, pounds 20) * PARIS, 1887: a mysterious forgery expert named Simone Simonini wakes up with almost no memory.
The Prague Cemetery by Umberto Eco (Harvill Secker, pounds 20) Paris, 1887: a forgery expert, Simone Simonini, wakes up with almost complete amnesia.
3The The Prague Cemetary Umberto Eco The Jewels of Manhattan Carmen Reid is, of course, the spark behind Annie Valentine, a personal shopper.
Umberto Eco Translated from the Italian by Richard Dixon Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2011, $27, pp.
Meanwhile, Italian author Umberto Eco issued a rallying call in a statement published by the organizers of the Milan march.
Among the select group of literary critics who have had an impact upon popular culture, Umberto Eco, the Italian professor of Semiotics at the University of Bologna, should be considered one of the most influential of the past thirty years.
London, Feb 26 (ANI): One of the best-known Italian novelists, Umberto Eco, has raised eyebrows by comparing Silvio Berlusconi to Adolf Hitler.
As part of the summit, "Europa Nostra Forum" will be held on June 11 with the participation of prominent intellectuals such as Umberto Eco, Amin Maalouf and Felipe Fernandez-Armestro, as well as high-level officials such as EU Commissioner Androulla Vasillou, Council of Europe's Secretary General Thorbjorn Jagland, the head of International Council of Museums (ICOM) Allisandra Cumins and director of the UNESCO World Heritage Centre Francesco Bandarin.
The choice of language was very clear, on the one hand there is the economic decision, and when you have a e1/450-million movie, as (Italian writer) Umberto Eco says, the Latin of the 20th century is English.
By Umberto Eco, translated by Atastair McEwen (Harvest Books, 2008) 369 pp.