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Author: Faye Stewart

aspirations that motivate characters ultimately cause them harm or become their undoing. The problematic object for Kleist’s Samia is her dream of living out her passion for running in a better life for herself as well as for her loved ones. Beyond her hopes of again competing in the Olympic Games, Samia

In: Protest und Verweigerung / Protest and Refusal
Author: Simone Pfleger

modern life and to construct her subjectivity in a way that challenges the dominant order. I will demonstrate how a shift to time can reveal the possibility of instances that allow subjects to be situated within dominant spaces while concomitantly withdrawing and abandoning the system, even if only for a

In: Protest und Verweigerung / Protest and Refusal

readily acknowledges, has prepared him for a life of extensive travel, it has also shaped the reception of his work when, for instance, in a review of Der Weltensammler a critic describes him as a “collector of worlds in his own right” and suggests that this particular novel would not exist without

In: Protest und Verweigerung / Protest and Refusal
Author: André Otto

as fundamentally discontinuous and scattered. Against the (neo-)romantic tradition of the English pastoral and a “poetry of place” 5 in the vein of Donald Davie’s The Shires , Fisher, via the late-modernist and American influences, represents “a local universalism”. 6 He combines a life

In: Poetica
Author: Martin Kern

languages, it remains impossible to express.” 30 And indeed, toward the end of his long life, in his late poetry including the “Chinesisch-Deutsche Jahres- und Tageszeiten,” Goethe achieved a state of linguistic transcendence that not merely resisted translation but even drove learned native speakers

In: Poetica

representation: instead of saying LOVE IS A JOURNEY, LIFE IS A JOURNEY, A CAREER IS A JOURNEY, we simply say GOALS ARE DESTINATIONS, and that covers all the metaphorical mappings that are related to the idea of MOTION to a destination or a journey. There are two types of amalgams: single-source and double

In: Ten Lectures on Cognitive Modeling
Author: William Labov

January 25th: —we’d better have a title ready … I was trying with something like “Linguistic Change: Stimuli and Constraints from Structure and Society.” But it might be advisable to get “empirical” into the title, because our interest in living evidence is perhaps as distinctive as anything else in our

In: New Directions for Historical Linguistics

, linguistically motivated disambiguation e.g. anaphor resolution. (Bottom up) Free enrichment : The sentence She took out the key and opened the door would generally be interpreted in a way such that the key that was taken out was the key used to open the door. Usually, free enrichment corresponds to the

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In: Enthymemes and Topoi in Dialogue

experience was a confusion between the data and the product of their analyses. Others might be transcendentalizing metaphysics, but he was a ‘humble psychologist.’ Others philosophers produced dualism, he was to insist throughout his life, because they “erected their results of an analysis into real entities

In: Contingency and Normativity: The Challenges of Richard Rorty

networks. Das (2010) examined the impact of social distance on the behaviour of Bengalis—who are living in the United States—in terms of compliments, greetings, and thanking in Orkut as a social networking site. Drawing on Wolfson’s (1988) Bulge Theory, which predicts that relationships that are

In: International Review of Pragmatics