Brno Studies in English


1 / 2017

Content

 [5]-32The distributional asymmetries of English antonyms in language use Kostić, Nataša | pdficon
 [33]-52The media genre of the personal account: rhetorical and linguistic construction of the socio-cultural setting Kryzhanivska, Halyna | pdficon
 [53]-68The comic of the heroes – a case study of the role of humour in reflecting national identity Maleková, Danica | pdficon
 [69]-87Signifying Brno – creating urban space, shaping the city Pelclová, Jana | pdficon
 [89]-105Racist and neo-Nazi panic in the Euro 2012 coverage by the British press: a discursive failure in interculturalism Wawrzyczek, Irmina | pdficon
 [107]-125Is Philip Roth 'against political correctness'? : 'Whiteness' as desired norm and invisible terror in The Human Stain Barnard, Lianne | pdficon
 [127]-141Between the global and the private: the Second World War and the Cold War in two novels by Lithuanian-Canadians Drewniak, Dagmara | pdficon
 [143]-156Staging the North-South meridian: spatial and ontological explorations of the Northern experience in two Canadian dramas Kolinská, Klára | pdficon
 [157]-169Penelope Lively's autobiographical memory Kucała, Bożena | pdficon
 [171]-183Blue is (not) the warmest colour: contradictions of grieving in Joan Didion's Blue Nights Kusek, Robert | pdficon
 [185]-212Disney's violent women : in quest of a 'fully real' violent woman in American cinema Tóth, Zsófia Anna | pdficon
 [213]-232Dreaming in fire and working in clay: the problem of translating ideas into words in Arthur Machen's The Great God Pan Valentová, Eva | pdficon
 [233]-237[Breeze, Ruth; Olza, Inés (eds.). Evaluation in media discourse: European perspectives] Molek-Kozakowska, Katarzyna | pdficon
 238Brno Studies in English | pdficon
 239Guidelines for authors | pdficon