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2006

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Full-Text Articles in Modern Literature

Centennial Scholarship On Jules Verne. [Review Of Over Two Dozen Recent Books By/About Jules Verne, Published In Honor Of His Centenary], Arthur B. Evans Oct 2006

Centennial Scholarship On Jules Verne. [Review Of Over Two Dozen Recent Books By/About Jules Verne, Published In Honor Of His Centenary], Arthur B. Evans

Arthur Bruce Evans

No abstract provided.


Experience In L2 Neurocognition: An Erp Study Of Spanish, Harriet Bowden, C. Sanz, K. Steinhauer, M. Ullman Sep 2006

Experience In L2 Neurocognition: An Erp Study Of Spanish, Harriet Bowden, C. Sanz, K. Steinhauer, M. Ullman

Harriet Wood Bowden

No abstract provided.


The Neurocognition Of L1 And L2 Spanish: An Event-Related Potential Study., Harriet Bowden, C Sanz, K Steinhauer, M Ullman Aug 2006

The Neurocognition Of L1 And L2 Spanish: An Event-Related Potential Study., Harriet Bowden, C Sanz, K Steinhauer, M Ullman

Harriet Wood Bowden

No abstract provided.


Processing Instruction And Meaningful Output-Based Instruction: Effects On Second Language Development, Kara Morgan-Short, Harriet Bowden Feb 2006

Processing Instruction And Meaningful Output-Based Instruction: Effects On Second Language Development, Kara Morgan-Short, Harriet Bowden

Harriet Wood Bowden

This study investigates the effects of meaningful input- and output-based practice on SLA. First-semester Spanish students (n = 45) were assigned to processing instruction, meaningful output-based instruction, or control groups. Experimental groups received the same input in instruction but received meaningful practice that was input or output based. Both experimental groups showed significant gains on immediate and delayed interpretation and production tasks. Repeated-measures analyses of variance showed that overall, for interpretation, both experimental groups outperformed the control group. For production, only the meaningful output-based group outperformed the control group. These results suggest that not only input-based but also output-based instruction can ...


The Alleged Pragmatism Of T.S. Eliot, Gregory Brazeal Jan 2006

The Alleged Pragmatism Of T.S. Eliot, Gregory Brazeal

Gregory Brazeal

Before gaining recognition as a poet, T.S. Eliot pursued a doctoral degree in philosophy. His dissertation on the philosophy of F.H. Bradley has been a source of longstanding critical dispute. Some read the dissertation as a defense of Bradley’s views, while others read it as a repudiation of Bradley in favor of a kind of American philosophical pragmatism. This essay considers whether the dissertation can be properly characterized as pragmatist, despite Eliot’s enthusiastic and repeated dismissals of William James’ philosophy of truth. Eliot comes closest to a Jamesian view of belief when he writes of the ...


The Abrek In Chechen Folklore, Rebecca Gould Jan 2006

The Abrek In Chechen Folklore, Rebecca Gould

Rebecca Gould

No abstract provided.


Ignaty Krachkovsky’S Encounters With Arabic Literary Modernity Through Amīn Al-Riḥānī, Rebecca Gould Jan 2006

Ignaty Krachkovsky’S Encounters With Arabic Literary Modernity Through Amīn Al-Riḥānī, Rebecca Gould

Rebecca Gould

No abstract provided.


'The Montage Of Tbilisi Culture' By Zaza Shatirishvili, Film International, Rebecca Gould Jan 2006

'The Montage Of Tbilisi Culture' By Zaza Shatirishvili, Film International, Rebecca Gould

Rebecca Gould

Georgian cultural critic Zaza Shatirishvili discusses Tbilisi's cinematographic culture, concentrating particularly on the works of Otar Ioseliani, Sergei Paradjanov, and Robert Strurua.


Reading Trees In Southern Literature, Matthew Sivils Jan 2006

Reading Trees In Southern Literature, Matthew Sivils

Matthew Sivils

Trees fulfi ll an important semiotic function within southern literary texts, and through this role serve as nexuses between humans and the natural world of the American South. Because of their ability to assume a wide range of sometimes temporary meanings, it is useful to think of southern literary trees as semiotic bottle trees: arboreal platforms upon which writer’s place semiotic components, or containers. To begin I draw from the work of Patricia Yaeger and Farah Jasmine Griffi n as I examine how southern literary trees are inexplicably connected to the issues of both environmental and racial oppression. Then ...


Si Sta Facendo Sempre Più Tardi, Autobiografie Altrui E Tristano Muore Di Antonio Tabucchi: Dove Va Il Romanzo?, Flavia Brizio-Skov Dec 2005

Si Sta Facendo Sempre Più Tardi, Autobiografie Altrui E Tristano Muore Di Antonio Tabucchi: Dove Va Il Romanzo?, Flavia Brizio-Skov

Flavia Brizio-Skov

No abstract provided.


Capote, Borges Y Escazu, Cesar Valverde Dec 2005

Capote, Borges Y Escazu, Cesar Valverde

Cesar Valverde

No abstract provided.


Novela Negra, Modernismo Y Revolución En Sombra De La Sombra, De Paco Ignacio Taibo Ii, Luis Cano Dec 2005

Novela Negra, Modernismo Y Revolución En Sombra De La Sombra, De Paco Ignacio Taibo Ii, Luis Cano

Luis C. Cano

El presente artículo analiza la forma en que Paco Ignacio Taibo II recurre a la novela negra para efectuar un análisis del contexto histórico y cultural en el que se sitúa su obra Sombra de la sombra. Apoyándose en lo que denomina «neopolicíaco», Taibo efectúa una evaluación de conceptos como ética, intelectualidad y aparato estatal, y del impacto que las escrituras del modernismo y de la revolución mexicana tuvieron en la formación del México moderno.


Politics And Pollen: Mountain Top Removal's Potential Effects Upon Honey Bees, Tammy Horn Dec 2005

Politics And Pollen: Mountain Top Removal's Potential Effects Upon Honey Bees, Tammy Horn

Tammy Horn

No abstract provided.