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Supplementally and the sonnet: A reading of Ronsard's Les Amours Diverses 45
(University of Nebraska Press, 2005)
Strangers to and producers of their own culture: American popular culture and Turkish young people
American popular culture is virtually everywhere including Turkey. Turkey is a close ally of the United States and American cultural products have long been present in Turkey. How does the presence of American popular ...
Jonson and the alchemical economy of desire: creation defacement and castration in the 'Alchemist'
(Univ Paul Valery, 2002)
Behind images of Ben Jonson as the virtuous centred stoic writer lie the traces of a morbid fear concerning the fate of the poet's creation and name. The Jonsonian oeuvre reveals a fear of the ultimate defacement and ...
Dirty White Candles: Ernest Hemingway's Encounter with the east
(Univ Texas Press, 2012)
The not so new Turkish woman: A statistical look at women in two Istanbul neighborhoods
Using survey data gathered from nearly 400 women living in two Istanbul neighborhoods this article explores issues of work education family and feminism. In addition to presenting the findings we argue that there is a ...
The Upsides of Expatriation and Exile for Turkish Writers and Writers Living in Turkey
(Palacky Univ, 2014)
While Turkey gets plenty of news coverage because of political oppression that often leads Turkish writers to flee their country and seek exile in countries with more tolerant governments it has also served as a nesting ...
Paul Bowles as i knew him
(Brill Academic Publishers, 2014)
TRANSLATION AS THE SINE QUA NON IN MODERN AMERICAN POETICS
(Palacky Univ, 2014)
This essay is based largely on the theory of translation set forth by Walter Benjamin in the 1923 essay "The Task of the Translator," which introduced his translation of Baudelaire's "Tableaux parisiens." It attempts to ...
Prayer bead gestures and television: A case study on cultural inspirations for interaction art education
(MIT Press Journals, 2009)
The authors interactive design-art educators recount their experience in using cultural inspirations as part of student exercises. The authors found that although students proposed various design concepts drawing from the ...