ERIC Number: ED450584
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000
Reference Count: N/A
Modern Czech Studies. Brown Slavic Contributions, Volume XIII.
Levitsky, Alexander, Ed.; Fidler, Masako U., Ed.
Czech Language News, spec iss 2000
The following papers are included: "Responses to the Literature Papers" (Malynne M. Sternstein); "Kitsch and Irony in Kundera: 'The Joke' and 'The Unbearable Lightness of Being'" (Aaron Beaver); "Daniela Fischerova's 'The Message Table': (Lauren McConnell); "Rethinking the Grotesque in Hrabal's Fiction" Carnival as a Model for Closely Watching Trains" (Laura Shear Urbaszewski); "Responses to the Linguistics Papers" (Masako U. Fidler); "Czech Preposition Vocalization: Towards an Articulatory Approach" (Jefrey D. Holdeman); Czech Quantity: the Proto-Slavic Accentology" (Mark Pisaro); "The East, West, and the Center of Europe as Cultural Concepts, Emblems, and Vehicles of Creative Misunderstanding" (Petr Bilek); "When Just Saying 'No' is Not Enough: Some Discourse Interactional Properties of 'Ano,''No,' and 'Jo'" (Masako U. Fidler); "In Search of Representational Means for Inner Worlds: Gogol-Dostoevsky-Kafka" (Alexander Levitsky); "Czech Jewish Identity After the Holocaust: The Case of Jiri Weil, the Pinkas Synagogue, and Weil's Elegy for the 77,297" (Alisa Gayle Mayor). References appear at the end of each chapter. (KFT)
Descriptors: Charts, Czech, Czech Literature, Foreign Countries, Illustrations, Linguistics, Literary Criticism, Tables (Data), Uncommonly Taught Languages
Brown University, Department of Slavic Languages, Box E, 20 Manning Walk, Providence, RI 02912-9105 ($15). Tel: 401-863-2689; e-mail: Slavic_Languages@brown.edu; Web site: http://www.brown.edu/Departments/Slavic_Languages.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Brown Univ., Providence, RI. Dept. of Slavic Languages.
Identifiers - Location: Czech Republic