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The following paper analyzes internal and external factors that can influence the
creation of a literary work. There can be a great range of factors that fit well in these
two categories, so much so that hereby we shall focus mainly on one major factor
from each category (namely, linguistic...
The present paper argues that Haruki Murakami’s fantastic mode of writing is a form
of what Hijiya-Kirschnereit (2012) defines as “pretranslation,” i.e. a way to address
international audiences by avoiding culturally specific terms that are
incomprehensible beyond that specific cultural context....
The following paper builds on diachronic data from the 16th century and 17th
century Romanian language and argues that Romanian “clitic left dislocation”
actually amounts to an umbrella term covering two different configurations: on older
structure, already in place in the 16th century and...
Dionysius the Areopagite is undoubtedly one of the most enigmatic and intriguing
thinkers of late Antiquity. Speculations on the identity of this unusual author had
already begun by the middle of the 6th century A.D. Was Dionysius – as he describes
himself – St Paul’s first Athenian convert,...
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