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The Subjunctive and Indicative da-complements in Serbian: A Syntactic-Semantic Approach
The Subjunctive and Indicative da-complements in Serbian: A Syntactic-Semantic Approach Natasa Todorovic, Ph.D. Department of Slavic and Baltic Languages and Literature University of Illinois at Chicago Chicago, Illinois ...
Oriental Russia: Colonialism and the Politics of Identity
This thesis shows how Russia’s culture can be construed as a hybrid space because it is both central and peripheral, not simply East or West. From a cultural point of view, the center and the periphery were and are a kind ...
Envy as an Object of Artistic Representation in Russian Modernist Prose
The present study explores envy as an object of artistic representation in the works of three Russian Modernist authors – Iurii Olesha (1899-1960), Konstantin Vaginov (1899-1934), and Aleksandr Grin (1880-1932) – through ...
The Acceptance of Standard Lithuanian in Private Lithuanian Correspondence: Initial Phase
In the study, the acceptance of Lithuanian written standard language is analyzed using Einar Haugen’s model for the development of a standard language (sl). The history of Lithuanian written language is frequently examined ...
FREEDOM AND THE REALITY OF OTHERS IN CHAPAEV AND THE VOID
(American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, 2018-10)