Brno studies in English 2018, roč. 44, č. 2

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[5]-17 Translation and language learning : untapped potential of functionalist approach to translation in the foreign language classroom Skopečková, Eva | pdficon
[19]-36 The Czech faces of John Donne Šťastná, Zuzana | pdficon
[37]-58 The Czech structuralist tradition and a model of translation-related semiotic analysis Zehnalová, Jitka | pdficon
Literary and cultural studies
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[59]-76 Dwelling in the "Darkness Echoing" : the poetic vision of Seamus Heaney and Martin Heidegger Ahmadgoli, Kamran; Taheri-Azam, Seyed-Nima | pdficon
[77]-89 Martin Amis's The Pregnant Widow as a postmodern confessional novel Dzhumaylo, Olga A. | pdficon
[91]-104 The problem of ridicule in Henry Fielding's Joseph Andrews Hochmanová, Dita | pdficon
[105]-129 In search of a new epistemology of the urban in the writing of Ivan Vladislavić Kębłowska-Ławniczak, Ewa | pdficon
[131]-143 Reminiscing in white in Fae Myenne Ng's Bone Szmańko, Klara | pdficon
[145]-156 Fluid identities and social dislocation in the face of crime, guilt and ethics in Patricia Highsmith's The Talented Mr Ripley and The Tremor of Forgery Stolarek, Joanna | pdficon
[157]-175 "We are trained to be cynical" : Arthur Koestler's The Call-Girls as a campus novel Vernyik, Zénó | pdficon
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[177]-180 [Sumner, Rachael. Writing from the margins of Europe: the application of postcolonial theories to selected works by William Butler Yeats, John Millington Synge and James Joyce] Michálková, Gabriela | pdficon
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182 Brno Studies in English | pdficon
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183 Guidelines for authors | pdficon