Brno Studies in English

1 / 2022

5-23News translation and national image in the time of Covid-19 Fois, Eleonora | pdficon
25-50Functions and distribution of determiners in Old English genitive noun phrases  Giofré, Valeria | pdficon
51-69On the adjective/adverb interface: subject-related -ly Jiménez-Pareja, Sandra | pdficon
71-92Metadiscourse use in argumentative essays written by Russian students at different levels of ESAP study of economics  Kostareva, Elena V. ; Utkina, Tatiana I. | pdficon
93-116Exploring Obama's and Trump's political discourse through the lens of wordlists, keywords and clusters  Szczygłowska, Tatiana | pdficon
117-135Metaphodioms: connecting metaphor and idioms Wiliński, Jarosław | pdficon
Literary and cultural studies
137-148The city on the Moldau as a liminal space : Prague in Anthony Trollope's Nina Balatka  Dobosiewicz, Ilona | pdficon
149-162Canadian literature as an American literature : CanLit through the lens of hemispheric American literary studies  Grauzľová, Lucia | pdficon
163-174Rethinking inspirations for Mary Shelley's Frankenstein : a new look at the case of the Silesian gravediggers' scandal of 1606  Kaptur, Paweł | pdficon
175-186Carnage, medicine and "The Woman Question" : representations of the Crimean war in neo-Victorian fiction  Kucała, Bożena | pdficon
187-200"That's not how we hang people here" : Gilead in the eyes of witnesses in Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale and The Testaments Machała, Katarzyna | pdficon
201-218J. M. Coetzee’s Foe : a narrative of dislocation through assimilation  Saei Dibavar, Sara; Abbasi, Pyeaam; Pirnajmuddin, Hossein | pdficon