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Julius Firmicus Maternus: De errore profanarum religionum. Introduction, translation and commentary
Julius Firmicus Maternus, author of De Errore Profanarum Religionum and Mathesis, is an important but oftentimes overlooked writer from the middle of the fourth century. He is known to us only from the two works which he ...
Yugoslav-United States relations, 1946-1947, stemming from the shooting of U. S. planes over Yugoslavia, August 9 and 19, 1946
From 1945 to 1950, the era of the early cold war, most of the nations of the world were in one of two political groups: the pro-West headed by the United States, or the pro-East, headed by Soviet Union. One country which ...
The moment of inspiration: its meaning in the life of William Blake
William Blake, poet and artist, is considered a unique figure in the history of literature and art. Although he was a contemporary of Wordsworth, Coleridge, Southey, and Lamb, he lived his life isolated from their companionship ...
Les rapports du couple dans les romans de Francois Mauriac
This study concentrates on the presentation of the relationships of the couples in six novels by Francois Mauriac. The sensitive portrayal of the interaction of human beings is stressed. The interdependence of the partners, ...
Stratification in the phonology of German
Recent formulations of generative phonologies have most often been based on the transformational model; this thesis, however, utilizes the theory of language advanced by Sydney M. Lamb to develop the phonological subcomponent, ...
Expressions of dying in the Heliand
The rich vocabulary of the Heliand has been the object of many fruitful studies, concerning not only the individual words and their usages, but also the use of variation in connection with certain concepts. One of the most ...