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The breakup of Old English to-infinitive: Causes and consequences

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Affect and Nostalgia in Eva Hoffman’s Lost in Translation

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Patterns of Pronunciation of English Interdental Fricatives by Some Yoruba Speakers of English in a Nigerian University

REFERENCES Akande, Akinmade T. 2004. The reinterpretation of the RP English monophthongs by Yoruba Speakers of English: An exploratory approach . M.A Research Report, The University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. Akande, Akinmade T. 2008. Investigating dialectal variation in the English of Nigerian university graduates: Methodology and pilot study. Studia Anglica Posnaniensia 44. 431–456. Akande, Akinmade T. 2009. Some aspects of the pronunciation problems in the spoken English of some Nigerian undergraduates. Papers in English and

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The Grammatical Status of The Same

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Traumatized selves in Janice Galloway’s The Trick Is to Keep Breathing and A. L. Kennedy’s Night Geometry and the Garscadden Trains

Works cited Galloway, J. [1989] 1999. The Trick Is to Keep Breathing . London: Vintage. Galloway, J. 1991. “Introduction”. In: Galloway, J. and M. Sinclair (eds.). Meantime . Edinburgh: Polygon. pp. 5–6. Germanà, M. 2011. “The Sick Body and the Fractured Self”. In Gothic Studies , vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 1–8. Germanà, M. 2013. Scottish Women’s Gothic and Fantastic Writing . Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Gifford, D. 1997. “Contemporary Fiction 2”. In: Gifford, D. and D. McMillan (eds.). A History of Scottish Women’s Writing

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Scholar – Fictionist – Memoirist: David Lodge’s Documentary (Self-)Biography in Quite a Good Time to be Born: 1935–1975

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Culture in advertising and advertising in culture: Communication, translation, representation

Cultural Dhursity in Business. London: Nicholas Brealey Publishing Limited. Vopálenská. E. 2011. Jazyk a styl reklatny 2. Bratislava: Univerzita Komenského. Žilková. M. 2006. “Vplyv globalizácie na mediálnu kultúru." In: ¿ilková, M (ed.). Vplyv globalizácie na mediábni kulńtru. Nitra: Ústav literámej a umeleckej komunikacie UKF. pp. 13-23.

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Addicted to the Holocaust – Bernice Eisenstein’s Ways of Coping with Troublesome Memories in I Was a Child of Holocaust Survivors

References Eakin, John Paul. 2011. Reading comics: Art Spiegelman on CD-Rom. In Michael A. Chaney (ed.), Graphic subjects. Critical essays on autobiography and graphic novels, 13-16. Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press. Egan, Susanna and Gabriele Helms. 2005. Generations of the Holocaust in Canadian auto/biography. In Julie Rak (ed.), Auto/biography in Canada. Critical directions, 31-51. Waterloo, Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press. Eisenstein, Bernice. 2006. I was a child of Holocaust survivors

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Types of Lexical Complexity in English: Syntactic Categories and the Lexicon

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Humanisation of the Subject in David Foster Wallace’s Fiction: From Postmodernism, Avant Pop to New Sensicerity? (Tri-Stan: I Sold Sissee Nar to Ecko, 1999)

References Amerika, M. 2014. “Avant-Pop Manifesto. Thread Baring Itself in Ten Quick Posts.” <http://www.altx.com/manifestos/avant.pop.manifesto.html> February 20, 2014 Derrida, J. 1976. Of Grammatology. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. Geyh, P., Leebron, F. G.,Levy, A.(eds.). 1998. Postmodern American Fiction. A Norton Anthology. New York: Norton. Hassan, I. 2003. “Beyond Postmodernism: Toward An Aesthetic of Trust”. In Angelaki, 8:1 pp. 3-11. Kelly, A. 2010. “David Foster Wallace and

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