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THEMATIC ISSUE

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LANGUAGE STUDIES

 

Arhire, M., Cusen, G.: Attitudinal markers of identity in the translation of fictional texts: a diachronic view .......................................

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Valcea, C.: Diachronic gender demeaning of women naming ..................................................................................................................

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Burbea, G.: Realisations discursives de l’ethos de credibilité. Analyse synchronique et diachronique ..........................................

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Vrabie, I.: The conceptual category of the diminutive in English and Romanian – existence, recurrence, status in

      contemporary language ..............................................................................................................................................................................

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Incze (Kutasi), R.: The role of linguistics in the evaluation and treatment of aphasia ...........................................................................

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Wang, Y.: Brief analysis on Romanian students’ language transfer in Chinese learning .....................................................................

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Mestereaga, E.: Out-of-class use of English and EFL learning in Romania ...........................................................................................

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LITERATURE

 

Felea, A. S.: La nostalgie de la synchronie dans un art de la diachronie: la litterature .......................................................................

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Botescu-Sireteanu, I.: Synchornic and diachronic readings of the contemporary text: Angela Carter’s and Eowyn Ivey

      Snow Children ..............................................................................................................................................................................................

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Baja, A.: French literature for children in the 19th and 20th century ..........................................................................................................

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Cojocaru, A.: Spatialized time, synchrony and the art of memory in Vladimir Nabokov’s Speak, Memory .....................................

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Petrin, I.: Literary Vienna in Berta Zuckerkandl’s Osterreich intim ...........................................................................................................

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CULTURAL STUDIES

 

De Roos, H. C.: The origin of the first Dracula adaptation .......................................................................................................................

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Hov, S.: Comparative perspectives on Post-Colonialism: Southeastern Asia and Central Eastern Europe ..................................

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Duta, M. I.: Walking the line: Cuban exiles in the United States and Maghrebin Immigrants in France ..........................................

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Toma, A.: Tribal Organisation in Lord of the Flies. An Anthropological Perspective ............................................................................

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REVIEWS

 

Boboc, A. M.: Gabriela Pana-Dindelegan (ed.). 2016. The Syntax of Old Romanian. Oxford: Oxford University Press ................

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Ardeleanu , O.: Paul Bayley and Geoffrey Williams (eds.). 2012. European Identity. What the Media Say. Oxford:

      Oxford University Press ..............................................................................................................................................................................

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