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Vol.3 No.2

Vol.3 No.2

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  • Vol.3 No.2
  • Published2011
  • ISSN 1949-8519
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  Tables of content

  Hans Christian Andersen and the Fairy Tale Studies

  158 Introduction to Topic on Hans Christian Andersen and the Fairy Tale

  Jorgen Veisland

  159-165 Lydia Cabrera’s African Fables from Cuba as a Text Theatre

  Barbara Stawicka-Pirecka

  166-172 Treue in Three Tales by the Brothers Grimm

  Dolores Buttry

  173-183 Nation Building and Folklore in Norway 1840-1905

  Gudleiv Boy

  184-194 The Language of Andersen’s Early Fairy Tales

  Tom Lundskar-Nielsen

  195-203 Dual or Single Address? Some Reflections on Hans Christian Andersen’s

  Fairy Tales in Polish Translations

  Hanna Dymel-Trzebiatowska

  204-210 The Writer of Tales:Hans Christian Andersen as a Cultural Bridge-


  Johannes Norregaard Frandsen

  211-219 “The Dryad” by Hans Christian Andersen:A Fairy Tale on Modern Times

  and The World Exhibition of 1867

  Anne-Marie Mai

  220-231 The End of the Fairy Tale:Hans Christian Andersen’s“The Shadow”

  Jorgen Veisland

  Slovenian Literature and Culture Studies

  232-233 Comparativism in Slovenia:Introduction

  Tomo Virk

  234-247 Oedipus and Joseph K.

  Janez Vrebko

  248-254 The Short Story as a Genre of Ontological Uncertainty

  Tomo Virk

  255-266 The Historical Novel, Ideology and Re-organization of the Semiosphere:

  The Case of the Slovene Historical Novel

  Vanesa Matajc

  Book Reviews

  267-271 The Voice We Need to Listen to:A Comment on Perloff’ s Poetic License

  Hu Quansheng

  272-274 Striving for a New Critical Approach:Rereading English Literature in the

  Perspective of Ethical Literary Criticism

  Yang Jincai

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