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interviews. In several interviews, we could see how the narrators had chosen various strategies against different difficulties, most of which were exclusion or failure at school. However, the conscious will to change and the intention of proving themselves to

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-image, the molding of the author’s figure, which, however, was not simply meant to present the narrator’s social status. 30 This imaginary villa description cannot be viewed independently from the otium discourse that Pliny introduces as early as letters 1

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sit up reading, side by side, until the worshipers came to morning service. To spend a whole night by his side was one of the joys of my existence in those days. 24 In this mental polyphony, according to the narrator’s account as a young Talmud scholar

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and forever for narrator, solo singer, lute, chorus and strings. Archbishop Makarios was also the first president of the country. Such works are perfectly suited for the festivity – on other occasions the program was completed with the addition of

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narrator as excellent as Frau Viehmann 4 had been to the Brothers Grimm ( Gaal 1822 :IV). Starting in the early 19th century, numerous folklore collectors (e.g., János Kriza, János Erdélyi, Arnold Ipolyi

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, some of his typical solutions include inserting the motif of divine providence, introducing common fairytale numbers (trinity), using dialogs between actors instead of the narrator's summary/description, and inserting a narrator's commentary explaining

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Drosilla név jelentése és regénybeli szerepe is jól behatárolható: ő az, aki (csókjával) képes csillapítani a szerelem tüzét. 40 A harmatmotívum Drosillához kötődően utoljára a VII. könyvben szerepel, ekkor a narrátor jegyzi meg, hogy Chariklés nem tud

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Schaffhausen museum; elsewhere his listeners reject him and mock him as a lunatic, as in the instances of the Pest children and the interpreter). Though the narrator is an omniscient reporter, an equally important role in the narrative is played by the mutually

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myself to the refugee housing’). – Self-positioning of the narrator: at first, she identifies with the socially predominant prejudices (‘naturally I had them at the beginning as well’) But this changes during the time. After the experience of contact

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celebrations and is amazed by the splendour of the city. With his dynamic storytelling and incredible social historical insight, Ambrózy's narrator introduces his readers to the everyday life of the capital at the turn of the century, showing the social

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