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    • The return of an English pluperfect subjunctive? 

      Fennell, Trevor Garth (Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2002-03)
      The introduction of the superfluous morpheme [әv] into past unfulfilled if-clauses in modern English raises serious questions of analysis. How is one to parse a clause like: “If I had’ve known that...”? It is proposed ...
    • Alexia: Antigone Kefala's overdue fairytale 

      Tsianikas, Michael (Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2002-03)
      The aim of this paper is to examine the way in which Antigone Kefala constructs her story to become an author. She narrates her experience in her book Alexia (Antigone Kefala"s persona) in a fairytale manner. In the book ...
    • Matelda in the Terrestrial Paradise 

      Glenn, Diana Cavuoto (Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2002-03)
      This analysis of the enigmatic figure of Matelda, guardian of the Terrestrial Paradise in Dante's Purgatorio, considers both the unresolved question of Matelda's historical identity, in particular whether Dante is alluding ...
    • Reading in a foreign language: Strategic variation between readers of differing proficiency 

      Bouvet, Eric James (Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2002-03)
      For university language students who are required to deal with literary texts for linguistic or literary purposes, there is hardly any transitional stage between short adapted expository texts, read in the early stages ...
    • Carlo Emilio Gadda's Luigi di Francia 

      Baker, Margaret Anne (Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2002-03)
      The work that Gadda prepared for publication from the series of broadcasts on Louis XIII-XV of France during 1952 has largely been overlooked by critics. It is the aim of this article to show that, although there are ...
    • Is there language teaching after global English? 

      Lamy, Marie-Noelle (Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2003-03)
      This study documents a case of language education decline, and the role that distance-teaching expertise, allied with Information and Communication Technology (ICT) experience, can play in alleviating the problem. In the ...
    • L'email per imparare l'italiano: aspetti linguistici e contenutistici della comunicazione telematica in italiano L2 

      Pais Marden, Mariolina; Absalom, Matthew (Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2003-03)
      The integration of electronic communication into the teaching and learning of languages has opened up new horizons. This paper discusses a project involving the use of email exchanges in the Italian program at the Australian ...
    • The difficulty surrounding the interpretation of the eighth Bolgia of Dante's Inferno 

      Hawkes, Adrian (Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2003-03)
      The final voyage of Ulysses, which is recounted by the Greek hero in the eighth bolgia of Dante’s Inferno, has given rise to much critical debate. An authoritative reading of the episode has been difficult to establish ...
    • !Te toca! A New Communicative Spanish Course. Richard Pym and Mark Allison (2002) [review] 

      Lorenzin, Maria Elena (Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2003-03)
      A review of !Te toca! A New Communicative Spanish Course by Richard Pym and Mark Allison published by Arnold 2002. ISBN 0 340 74073 6.
    • Spanish Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. B. Jordan (2002) [review] 

      Martin-Clark, Philip (Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2003-03)
      A review of 'Spanish Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary' by B. Jordan published by Arnold 2002. ISBN 0 340 76341 8 (hardback) ISBN 0 340 76342 6 (paperback). This book is the second in Arnold’s ‘The Essential ...
    • Upgrade Your French. M. Jubb (2002) [review] 

      Mrowa-Hopkins, Colette Marie (Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2003-03)
      A review of 'Upgrade Your French' by M. Jubb (2002) published by Arnold 2002. ISBN 0 340 76345 0. This book was developed out of a need to offer students of French a user-friendly revision manual. Its format is that of ...
    • The role of the victim in the plays of Florencio Sánchez 

      Taler, Fiona (Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2003-03)
      Florencio Sánchez was the first major playwright in Uruguay to treat themes relevant to his times and region. His prime concern was the portrayal of social-moral conflict in his society. His plays are divided into two main ...
    • De amordazamientos y liberaciones. Clausura simbólica y apertura poética en La noche de Ennio Moltedo 

      Holas, Sergio (Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2003-12)
      Este trabajo estudia la poética de la pérdida de la palabra en La noche de Ennio Moltedo. En este texto Moltedo explora los efectos que la dictadura chilena tiene en el cuerpo y la lengua de Chile de la postdictadura. El ...
    • Erec y Enide by Manuel Vázquez Montalbán (2003) [review] 

      Taler, Fiona (Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2003-12)
      A review of 'Erec y Enide' by Manuel Vázquez Montalbán published by Debolsillo 2003. ISBN 84-9759-445-2 (vol. 511/1). The use of myth to illustrate the malaise of present day society is neither new nor original in ...
    • Skilled migration: a theoretical framework and the case of foreign researchers in Italy 

      Todisco, Enrico; Brandi, Maria Carolina; Tattolo, Giovanna (Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2003-12)
      Different solutions are called for in order to resolve the difficulty of finding a satisfactory definition of migration. In this paper the authors propose dividing migratory movements into two distinct major categories: ...
    • Self-Constructing Women: Beyond the Shock of Baise-moi and A ma soeur! 

      Nettelbeck, Colin (Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2003-12)
      Following the release of the French films Baise-moi (2000) by Virginie Despentes and Coralie Trinh Thi, and A ma soeur! (2001) by Catherine Breillat, the debate surrounding film pornography and censorship in France has ...
    • Australian translators: missing in action? CAT and TM awareness over two years of the AUSIT-eBulletin 

      Garcia, Ignacio (Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2003-12)
      How relevant is Translation Memory software for translators in Australia? This paper responds by examining the rich yet under-utilised source of email discussion lists. Following content analysis methodology, data from the ...
    • From Tobruk to Clare: the experiences of the Italian prisoner of war Luigi Bortolotti 1941-1946 

      O'Connor, Desmond John (Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2003-12)
      The paper explores the personal account of an Italian prisoner of war, Luigi Bortolotti (1916-1980), who has left a 300-page diary manuscript that relates his experiences from the time of his capture in Tobruk in 1941 until ...
    • Io non ho paura by Niccolò Ammaniti (2001) [review] 

      Glenn, Diana Cavuoto (Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2003-12)
      A review of 'Io non ho paura' (I'm Not Scared) by Niccolò Ammaniti published by Einaudi 2001. ISBN 88-06-14210-0 (Italian), ISBN 1 877008 46 X (English). In the torrid summer of 1978, while the grown-ups take refuge indoors ...
    • Noticias: An Advanced Intermediate Content-Based Course by Alan Bell, Ana Maria Schwartz (2002) [review] 

      Lorenzin, Maria Elena (Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2003-12)
      A review of 'Noticias: An Advanced Intermediate Content-Based Course' by Alan Bell and Ana Maria Schwartz published by McGraw-Hill 2002. ISBN 007233360X. 'Noticias', es un innovador método de español cuyo estudio integrado ...