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The Witch(ES) of Aiaia: Gender, Immortality and the Chronotope in Madeline Miller’s Circe

References Bakhtin, Mikhail. 2002. The Dialogic Imagination: Four Essays by M.M. Bakhtin. Ed. Michael Holquist, trans. Caryl Emerson and Michael Holquist (University of Texas Press Slavic Series no. 1). Austin: University of Texas Press. Barenbaum, Rachel. Interview with Madeline Miller, Author of Circe. [Online]. Available: http://deaddarlings.com/interview-madeline-miller-author-circe/ [2018, July 24]. Bemong, Nele and Pieter Borghart. 2010. ‘Bakthin’s Theory of the Literary Chronotope: Reflections, Applications, Perspectives’in Bakthin

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Rhythm of urban retail landscapes: Shopping hours and the urban chronotopes

. Editions de l'Aube. BAKHTIN, M. (1980): Román jako dialog. Praha, Odeon. BAKHTIN, M. (1984): Problems of Dostoevsky’s Poetics. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press. BAKHTIN, M. (1986): Speech Genres and Other Late Essays. Austin, University of Texas Press. BACHTIN, M. (2002): Forms of Time and of the Chronotope in the Novel: Notes toward a Historical Poetics. In: Richardson, B. [ed.]: Narrative Dynamics: Essays on Time, Plot, Closure, and Frames (pp. 15–24). Columbus, Ohio State University Press. BAUDRILLARD, J. (1973): The Mirror of

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Where, why, and how? Topophones in Ray Bradbury's science fiction

References Bakhtin, М.М. (1986). Forms of time and chronotope in the novel. Studies on historical poetics. In Literary-critical articles . Moscow: Khudozhestvennaya literatura, p. 121-290. / Bakhtin М.М. Formy vremeni i khronotopa v romane. Ocherki po istoricheskoj poetike. In Literaturno-kriticheskiye stat'i . Moskva: Khudozhestvennaya literatura, s. 121-290. / Бахтин М.М. Формы времени и хронотопа в романе. Очерки по исторической поэтике. In Литературно-критические статьи . Москва: Художественная литература, с. 121-290. Bemong, N., Borghart, P

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Exploring Community Philosophy as a tool for parental engagement in a primary school

: Guardian Media Group. http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/may/12/tories-aspiration-labourambition-conservatives (Accessed 6th October 2015) [29] Kamberelis, G. and Dimitriadis, G. (2005). Qualitative Inquiry, Approaches to Language and Literacy Research, New York, USA: Teachers College Press. [30] Kamberelis, G. and Dimitriadis, G. (2015). Chronotopes of Human Science Inquiry. In: Denzin N. K. and Giardina M. D. (eds) Qualitative Inquiry-Past, Present, and Future: A Critical Reader. Walnut Creek, USA: Left Coast Press, 41

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References [1] Kamberelis, G. and Dimitriadis, G. (2015). Chronotopes of Human Science Inquiry. In: Denzin N. K. and Giardina M. D. (eds) Qualitative Inquiry-Past, Present, and Future: A Critical Reader. Walnut Creek, USA: Left Coast Press, 41-68

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Lowland Slovak youth literature and its interpretational and educational aspects (within and outside the school)

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An integral part of the Slovak cultural context is also Lowland Slovak literature, which includes certain areas of Hungary, Romania and Serbia. The paper outlines the partial development of Slovak youth literature in these regions. It gradually characterizes the most important aspects of diachrony of this segment of writing (in a certain chronotope that is bound to selected prototexts). Based on objective-subjective interpretations of three emblematic works of this context, it highlights - as a certain typology - not only the general / universal, but also the specific / particular (that is particularly relevant to the context) in intra- and intercultural relations. It accentuates the literary tradition, which is still a useful source of realistic short stories and novels for child percipients in these diasporas. It also traditionally and innovatively points out the typical features of teaching in individual national-minority schools in the mentioned countries. Methodologically (but also practically) it is, of course, based, on thematic, motif related, etc. aspects of the analyzed (selected) works and their possible reflection in school education and learning environment. Finally, the use of language / features / motifs / aspects / procedures is concretized in specific conditions outside the physical boundaries of the homeland as a kind of perspective on the correlation of the difficult process of cultural education itself.

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Violence as art experience

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Change of Place, Space Perception and Topographic Discourse

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Gothic Matters of De-Composition: The Pastoral Dead in Contemporary American Fiction

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“Talking” Containers. Visual Heterotopias in the Picture-Books Illustrated by Svein Nyhus

Wydawniczy REBIS. Karrebæk, D. (2013). Världen rinner bort. In: U. Rhedin, O. K, L. Eriksson (eds.), En fanfar för bilderboken! (p. 65–79). Stockholm: Alfabeta. Koskimies-Hellman, A-M. (2010). Imagination or Reality? Mindscapes and Characterization in a Finnish and a Swedish Picturebook. In: T. Colomer Teresa, B. Kummerling-Meibauer Bettina, C. Silva-Diaz (eds.), New Directions in Picturebook Research (p. 233–241). New York and London: Routledge. Krogstad, A. (2016). The family house chronotope in three picturebooks by Gro Dahle and Svein Nyhus: idyll

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