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diagrams made by the composers themselves. 34 4. The Spiral: F.-B. Mâche, Taranis (2005) (for choir, large orchestra and narrator, set to his own poem) In an interview with Jean-Pierre Saunier (philosopher and specialist in oriental mythologies and

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be heard from the same narrator repeatedly in order for the collector to create an authentic reproduction has been established as a methodological principle, thus dictation was preceded by rough notes taken at first hearing of the story. 37 In the

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wearily. – Where are the guests?’ ( EO , 128) In example (12), the signs indicating the presence of evidence for the speaker (narrator) are the voices. There is no sound first and then sounds are heard. This context makes it clear that the recipient does

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narrator, such as (19). Moreover, there are also bilingual puns, not only Chinese-English, such as (20), but also Italian-English – e.g., (21) – and French-English – e.g., (22) –. With regard to (20), Delabastita (2018: 61) states that there is a bilingual

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Az Inana és Šukaletuda című mítosz •

Áldás vagy átok a hírnév?

Antik Tanulmányok
Author:
Anna Krisztina Pintér

datolyája a tisztított gabona mellé van halmozva, a nagy istenek házához méltóak.” A szöveg első felében a narrátor többször is retorikai kérdésekkel reflektál az eseményekre, és kifejezésre juttatja, hogy milyen szokatlan

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participants as narrators with stories to tell, rather than informants having the answers to researcher’s questions Material The combination of involvement, observant participation, and life

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misunderstandings, which can be regarded as the linguistic idiosyncrasies of the narrators who have an unsteady level of foreign language competence; it also reveals certain attitudes towards the Slovakian Hungarian language variety and identity. The Hungarian

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importance or relevance for the narrators. After transcription, interviews were analyzed through qualitative content analysis (QCA) using a mixed data-driven strategy. A progressively paraphrasing strategy was combined with a subsuming strategy

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Komödie und Pornographie

Catulls Carm. 10 über die Gefahren erotischer Literatur

Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae
Author:
Heiko Ullrich

Interpretation finden sich bereits bei Nielsen (1987) 153: „The word insulsa is a sign of an opposition between the narrator and the girl, and also, in retrospect for the reader, of an opposition between the narrator and the poet.“ Nach Nielsen (1987) 158f

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annually; a slip with a red strip, for example, was a work pass (FN 2014_MS). A narrator from Gornji Senik, who was studying in Győr at the time, needed as many as five different permits to visit his home village (FN 2018 MR). Permits were also required to

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