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At the Crossroads of the East and the West: The Problem of Borderzone in Russian and Central European Cultures
A novel "Southern Scum Go Home!"(Ljubljana 2008) by G. Vojnović addresses the lives of the two generations of immigrants from the southern republics of the former Yugoslavia in Slovenia; they received the pejorative designation "čefur" (scum) in the Slovenian language. The essay points out specific linguistic phenomena that emerge when several related cultures and languages come into contact. These phenomena include: marginal sociolect of the first generation of immigrants which is a form ofdoi:10.31168/4465-3095-3.06 fatcat:mygy4eg2jrcchponpmhi2335gi