In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(diary/information/manuscript) inédito(diary/information/manuscript) no publicadoan unpublished poet — un poeta que aún no ha (sido) publicado
- This latest collection, which brings a host of unpublished poems into the public domain, is the perfect marriage of old and new.
- Each has a library of scores and sound recordings of published and unpublished music supplied by the composers for other musicians' use.
- Unlike her more famous brother Felix, much of her music is unpublished, yet her output was extensive.
- Much of the collection is unique unpublished material which underpins music performance and research in Australia.
- While going through such varied sources, it is a great joy when one finds an autobiography or a biography or an unpublished piece of writing.
- The songs are original and unpublished pieces based around the theme of the Jubilee.
- We considered all published and unpublished material, with no restrictions on date or language.
- As well as the music, he has an unpublished novel under the bed and pens short stories in what presumably little spare time he has.
- Eventually he ascertained that most of the music was unpublished and still awaiting public discovery.
- In some, only nominations and no awards - a surprise, not a single piece of unpublished creative work won a prize.
- The result of her research is a new biography, Perdita: The Life of Mary Robinson, which includes much unpublished material.
- Among the several unpublished pieces that are found among Baraka's manuscripts there is much of interest.
- For this part, she has traced an astonishing abundance of literature and unpublished archival material.
- The elimination of Scots from unpublished writings like local records took some decades longer.
- She was a strong writer but her works were private and unpublished, and, therefore, invisible to the public.
- He has completed a book of boyhood memoirs and a handbook on creative writing, both unpublished.
- He shared his secret, the unpublished collection of photographs, with the people at Waverley Care.
- His treatise on calendar reform is also lost as is about half of a posthumous compilation of his unpublished writings.
- I have several unpublished pieces, but they need extensive editing and rewriting.
- Finding a forgotten notebook at the back of a drawer and realising it is a selection of unpublished pieces written by Virginia Woolf, is to most of us the stuff of dreams.
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