Brno studies in English 2015, roč. 41, č. 1

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[5]-28 (Re)constructed eloquence: rhetorical and pragmatic strategies in the speeches of Native Americans as reported by nineteenth-century commentators Dossena, Marina | pdficon
[29]-40 Deviations from the basic distribution of communicative dynamism as a style marker Dušková, Libuše | pdficon
[41]-59 On the use of cognitive verbs in political interviews Kozubíková Šandová, Jana | pdficon
[61]-76 Complex noun phrases in Polish-English translation: evidence from three registers Lewandowski, Marcin | pdficon
[77]-100 A walk through the multimodal landscape of university websites Tomášková, Renáta | pdficon
Literary and cultural studies
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[101]-115 Playfulness as apologia for a strong story in Ian McEwan's Sweet Tooth Chalupský, Petr | pdficon
[117]-129 Unspoken dialogues and non-listening listeners in Graham Swift's fiction Kucała, Bożena | pdficon
[131]-143 (Re)inscribing blackness onto the Canadian Soil: memory and resistance in contemporary African-Canadian drama Otrísalová, Lucia | pdficon
[145]-156 "Bringing a new soul into Ireland": literary culture and poetics of orality in W. B. Yeats's early critical writings Pietrzak, Wit | pdficon
[157]-173 Forms of resistance against the African postcolony in Brian Chikwava's Harare North Pucherová, Dobrota | pdficon
[175]-193 Native storytelling and narrative innovation: Louise Erdrich's Love Medicine as fictional ethnography Stock, Richard T. | pdficon
[195]-212 The books that lived: J.K. Rowling and the magic of storytelling Visser, Irene; Kaai, Laura | pdficon
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[213]-216 [Bednarek, Monika; Caple, Helen. News discourse] Chovanec, Jan | pdficon
[217]-220 [Martínez Lirola, María (ed.). Discourses on immigration in times of economic crisis: a critical perspective] Eitler, Tamás | pdficon
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221 Brno Studies in English | pdficon
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222 Guidelines for authors | pdficon