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have names resembling the names of nowadays’ ‘Kiranti’ groups, whereas the fourth brother usually has a name reminiscent of an ethnic group living in the southern planes of Nepal known as Tarai (cf. Gaenszle 1991: 292–306; Rutgers 1998: 408–414; Nicoletti 2006 : 77–79; Ebert/Gaenszle 2008) In the

In: Bulletin of Chinese Linguistics
Author: Amaleena Damlé

dramatic setting of the hamman, a private women’s space that here becomes publicly visible, as well as the real-life attack on the playwright during the play’s first season (it was performed in Belleville in 2016), to think through debates around women, Islam, difference, and equality. W. also

In: The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies

proximate. […] [W]e can say briefly that the purpose of the whole as well as the part is to remove those living in this life from the state of misery and to lead them to the state of happiness .’ The parts—the verses, the tercets, the cantos, the canticles—serve the whole; just as Dante’s tercets in terza

In: The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies