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Finding the Way to Bezhin Meadow: Turgenev's Intimations of Mortality

Patricia Carden
1977 Slavic Review: Interdisciplinary Quarterly of Russian, Eurasian, and East European Studies  
The ending was soon available to the reader in the edition of A Hunter's Notes published in Moscow in 1852: "With sorrow I must add that Pavel died before the year was out.  ...  Well might Feoktistov have been puzzled, for the censor had omitted the story's ending!  ...  When Gavrila makes the sign of the cross and drives the rusalka away, he condemns himself to eternal separation and eternal unhappiness.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2494978 fatcat:wxmmihejcrhtfbxe477w6jl5mm

Managing the monolingual mindset. SWANS: an authoring system for raising awareness of L2 lexical stress patterns and for inhibiting mother-tongue interference

Anthony J. Stenton
2011 The EUROCALL Review  
<p>Until the end of the 20th century many EFL or ESL students were victims of what has been called "the literary tradition".  ...  In the following article we lay the blame squarely with the real culprits in the European tradition - neural commitment towards mother tongue sounds and a vastly underestimated, not to say dangerous, man-made  ...  Acknowledgments The SWANS project was financed in the context of the CNRS TCAN programme 2003-2005, our thanks to Nabil Kabbaj, Aryel Beck, Anne Péchou, André Tricot, Saïd Tazi, Nicole Décuré, Pascal Gaillard  ... 
doi:10.4995/eurocall.2011.16294 fatcat:umc4pm3y3bbzxik3fjjaughik4

Palaeo-Philosophy: Archaic Ideas about Space and Time

Paul S. MacDonald
2013 Comparative Philosophy  
These timeframes reflect their cultures' ideas about the nature, scope and power of the gods, and structure the common point-of-view about the present, the past and eternity.  ...  Close analysis of texts that use words such as eternity, forever, past, present, and future, for example, do not reveal that there is anything like a general abstract concept of time in virtue of which  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This is the place to express my thanks to two anonymous reviewers for the journal whose criticisms and suggestions prompted me to reframe some of the evidence and recast some of the main  ... 
doi:10.31979/2151-6014(2013).040207 fatcat:f3wlbbo2hvhcpgcvnbwstpetlu

'Roma o morte' Garibaldi, Nationalism and the Problem of Psycho-biography

D. Pick
2004 History Workshop Journal  
, often indeed as twinned terms, required to make sense of the Eternal City.  ...  His more energetic or extreme supporters were sometimes dismayed by his tendency to dither and backtrack, rather than implement decisive martial plans -hardly an accusation that could hold against the  ... 
doi:10.1093/hwj/57.1.1 fatcat:4plwfftsnzal3mn2trd6ufjhvm

Bowles's Up Above the World as Beatnik Murder Mystery

Greg Bevan
2016 CLCWeb  
CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture, the peer-reviewed, full-text, and open-access learned journal in the humanities and social sciences, publishes new scholarship following tenets of the discipline  ...  of comparative literature and the field of cultural studies designated as "comparative cultural studies.  ...  form and maintain his present life was an eternally empty schedule in which he would enjoy the maximum liberty to make sudden decisions" (82).  ... 
doi:10.7771/1481-4374.2930 fatcat:w65ivk6wr5c4tcekx3qgyqko44

The Mythisation of the Holocaust

Katarzyna Jerzak
2021 Dzieciństwo Literatura i Kultura  
, as well as in relation to the pos­sible symbolic links of the Shoah and the antiquity.  ...  She examines the monograph in the context of, inter alia, the research already conducted in the field, literary works, architecture, memorials, the Holocaust victims', survivors', and witnesses' testimonies  ...  There, an eternal flame -symbolizing hope -illuminates the exit, the way back to life" (Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1998).  ... 
doi:10.32798/dlk.746 fatcat:rq6yg5rodnhybdtf2g4jayblja

William Harvey's Anatomy Book and Literary Culture

Marjorie O'Rourke Boyle
2008 Medical history  
The higher inscription on the banderole, ''commit to eternal God'', does display piety.  ...  '', an oval shield bearing an arm with a flaming candle entwined with two serpents. 8 The graphic design for Harvey's title-page is a cartouche inset with an engraving that allows broad interpretation  ...  the rolled-up sleeves.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0025727300002064 pmid:18180812 pmcid:PMC2175066 fatcat:7vtlpm24d5dwbeiwo5cfjusk2a

Neither Hitler nor Quisling: The Ragnarok Circle and Oppositional National Socialism in Norway

Terje Emberland
2015 Fascism  
In Germany they sought ideological allies within the Deutsche Glaubensbewegung before the war, and the ss during the war.  ...  active resistance to Quisling and the German occupation regime.  ...  The Finish Winter War To backtrack a little, the ideological clash between the Ragnarok Circle and Nazi Germany peaked for the first time with the signing of Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact in August 1939 and  ... 
doi:10.1163/22116257-00402004 fatcat:76x7oa3avzfrzekd4t6obiy564

Nature of The Atom

Leonard Van Zanten
2019 JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN PHYSICS  
The atom as a subject is the most difficult of all subjects and for its many variations extremely large and the most incomprehensive of all phenomena.  ...  I now am not enabled to reveal what exactly the atom is, nor how it precisely operates under all conditions, but I am able to grant us a more realistic look into the nature of the atomic nature.  ...  The many facts and observations in nature only disprove the atom as currently taught. If then we backtrack to simplicity we will find the magnetic atom a most rewarding subject.  ... 
doi:10.24297/jap.v16i1.8270 fatcat:2badhyp7zna5tbb2xi7nj57tuy

CONTRADICTORY TRANSFORMATION OF AMBA NOVEL: CRITICAL RESPONSE WITH INTERTEXTUALITY APPROACH

Endah Tri Priyatni
2016 Journal of Nusantara Studies (JONUS)  
The contradictory transformation gives birth to a great work that has the same theme, but different in the ways of cultivating the story and the portrayal of women.  ...  Research findings indicate that it is the intrinsic element that is absorbed by the novel. The transformation is a contradictory transformation with the perspective of emancipation.  ...  The story then backtracked to the years of 1956-1965, titled Amba, Bhisma, and Salwa, which told a story of a love triangle between the three characters.  ... 
doi:10.24200/jonus.vol1iss1pp46-59 fatcat:3t5zaoksnbb2ddia4qes6ermyi

"A past that has never been present": The Literary Experience of Childhood and Nostalgia

Niklas Salmose
2018 Text Matters  
The author argues that it is possible to actually transport the reader into not only the idealized world of childhood, but more so into an embodied experience of childhood through the use of different  ...  In a stylistic and narratological analysis of three modernist novels, Virginia Woolf's The Waves (1931), Tarjei Vesaas' The Ice Palace [Is-slottet] (1963) and William Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury  ...  Waves stimulate a backtracking activity since they erase our marks in the sand and thus our own identities.  ... 
doi:10.1515/texmat-2018-0020 fatcat:la6faefgjngedoot6b7omkiohe

Power of Magnetic

Leonard Van Zanten
2019 JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN PHYSICS  
The theme here is about magnetism and what is produced by it, looking at the sun, the earth, as well as the atom, and in general.  ...  One might say; "A look inside the mind of the author."  ...  What is a flame? When looking at a flame, what do we see? We call it fire, but what we see is no more than certain waves of the spectrum to which our eyes are tuned.  ... 
doi:10.24297/jap.v16i1.8329 fatcat:pxzjj2xq7bhhxpsasxfgsaiozq

Son: Part Two

Jennifer Higgie
2005 PORTAL: Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies  
sky: in these places the brightest colours of the symbols of eternity are to be found.  ...  And I look up into the sky, where his soul became a star and see the birds circle wide and flaming around me before disappearing into His bright eye.  ...  He is generous and listens to my request, and so, into the night, we walk. The sky, the air and the ground, all are dark and cold. The roads are empty.  ... 
doi:10.5130/portal.v2i1.68 fatcat:xrc2shc7incypmv5apfzsjvutm

Mirror Images Reflecting Self : Narcissism in F. Scott Fitzgerald's This Side of Paradise

Saori Tanaka
The matinee was over" (226) -Amory is out of the pseudo reality of the theater: "Out of the Fire, Out of the Little Room," the subtitle of bk. 2, ch. 5 provides the image that he is out of the flaming  ...  M." (96) Comparing life to the light graphically changing, he implies that life is a nonreturnable voyage with a one-way ticket and simultaneously a journey to backtrack to the daybreak like transmigration  ... 
doi:10.18910/25224 fatcat:mqstscjpubfsvkygf66gppy63m

The Double Standard: Livonian Chronicles and Muscovite Barbarity during the Livonian War (1558–1582)

Charles Halperin
2018 Studia Slavica et Balcanica Petropolitana  
Therefore, dismemberment as a form of capital punishment was particularly heinous, because it doomed the victim to eternal suffering.  ...  The Russians defending Polotsk 37 , according to Heidenstein 38 , although dying amidst the flames of the burning city, comported themselves with such chivalry that they faced their foes head-on and fought  ... 
doi:10.21638/11701/spbu19.2018.106 fatcat:ts57kia7nfe53gkdzdiaripu44
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