Category Archives: Ian Rankin

Ian Rankin, Knots and Crosses (1987)

As some of you guessed, the quotations of the other day were from the first Scottish Inspector Rebus police procedural. I could have added the following paragraph about the setting: “Edinburg slept on, as it had slept on for hundreds … Continue reading

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>Rebus Speak

>Do you think the irregular English verbs ´lie´ and ´lay´ are easy to juggle with for Danish students? Oh, you have never thought about that – but as a language teacher, I have! Quite a lot. And my very best … Continue reading

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