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Number 8/2011

 

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I CULTURAL STUDIES 

ADINA BAYA

 

TELEVISUAL HISTORY IN DON DELILLO'S LIBRA

9

ALINA-ANDREEA DRAGOESCU

THE 'GARDEN VERSUS WILDERNESS' MYTH IN WESTERN IMAGINATION

19

PATRICIA-DORLI DUMESCU

COLONIAL VERSIONS OF A POSTCOLONIAL REALITY

28

GYÖRGY E. SZïÖNYI 

PROMISCUOUS ANGELS. ENOCH, BLAKE, AND A CURIOUS CASE OF ROMANTIC ORIENTALISM

37

DANA VASILIU

MEDIEVAL IMAGES OF THE CREATOR: GOD AS SCRIBE, GEOMETER AND ARCHITECT OF THE WORLD

53

BOJANA VUJIN

THE ROAD TO HELL IS PAVED WITH YELLOW BRICK: EMERALD CITY AS POP-CULTURE'S METAPHOR FOR DISILLUSIONMENT

61

 

II ELT STUDIES 

CORNELIA COŞER

THE CONTEXT HAS CHANGED � SO SHALL THE TEACHER

72

MIHAELA COZMA

BUILDING CULTURAL COMPETENCE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING: CHALLENGES AND POSSIBILITIES

 83

CSABA CZEGLÉDI

RETHINKING LANGUAGE PEDAGOGY 

92

LUMINIŢA FRENŢIU and CODRUŢA GOŞA

ENGLISH AND THE WORLD OF WORK: ENHANCING CAREER OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH ENGLISH MEDIUM EXAMS

 103

VALENTINA CARINA MUREŞAN 

IN PURSUIT OF AUTHENTIC ORAL COMMUNICATION IN THE EFL CLASSROOM

113

ALINA NISTORESCU 

THE USE OF YouTube VIDEOS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING

126

MONICA OPRESCU and FLORIN OPRESCU 

ALTERNATIVE METHODS IN TEACHING LITERATURE. TRANSFORMING THE LITERARY CANON

 137

 

III LANGUAGE STUDIES

ELENA CROITORU

TRANSLATING IDENTITY: RETHINKING, RIGHT WORDING AND RECONCEPTUALIZATION

 146

DANIEL DEJICA

IDENTIFYING AND ANALYSING PROFESSIONAL GENRES� PECULIARITIES FOR TRANSLATION PURPOSES: A METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH

 155

GORDANA DIMKOVIĆ-TELEBAKOVIĆ

ASPECTUAL ADVERB DISTRIBUTION AND LICENSING

 167

ANTOANELA MARTA DUMITRAŞCU

COLLOCATIONS ARE BACK IN 'BUSINESS'

175

LOREDANA FRĂŢILĂ and ROMANIŢA JUMANCA

COGNITIVE METAPHORS IN TEACHING MATHEMATICS

 186

CATHERINE MACMILAN

TO JOIN OR NOT TO JOIN? AN ANALYSIS OF BRITISH POLITICAL DISCOURSE ON TUTKEY�S EU ACCESSION

 195

ANCA-MARIANA PEGULESCU

USING CONCEPTUAL MAPPING TO ANALYZE ROMANIAN AND ENGLISH PROVERBS MEANING

206

RODICA SUPERCEANU

CULTURE - SPECIFIC ITEMS IN THE TRANSLATION OF OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS OF VITAL EVENTS: A MODEL OF LEGALADMINISTRATIVE CULTURE

 212

ALBERT VERMES

THE PROBLEM OF NON-NEUTRAL FOCUS IN ENGLISH-TO-HUNGARIAN TRANSLATION

223

NADINA VIŞAN

FREE TEMPORAL VARIATION IN LITERARY TRANSLATION

230

CRISTINA-MIHAELA ZAMFIR

SEMANTIC DENSITY: STATE CHANGING WORDS IN THE BUSINESS LANGUAGE

241

 

 IV LITERATURE STUDIES 

FLORENTINA ANGHEL

INTERSECTIONS IN HAROLD PINTER�S ONE FOR THE ROAD

 250

ANA CRISTINA BĂNICERU

STORYTELLERS AND HISTORIANS IN MIDNIGHT�S CHILDREN AND THINGS FALL APART

 260

F. ZEYNEP BILGE and ŞEBNEM SUNAR

IDENTITIES RE-CONSIDERED / MYTHOLOGY REWRITTEN

 269

CRISTINA CHEVEREŞAN

"I TALK WHITE"

279

ECATERINA LIA HANȚIU

EXPRESSING CANADIAN IDENTITY THROUGH ART: THE GROUP OF SEVEN'S IMPACT ON LITERATURE AND MUSIC

 289

NOORBAKHSH HOOTI

SEARCH FOR SELF-RECOGNITION IN TENNESSEE WILLIAMS' 'THE GLASS MENAGERIE'

 299

ARTUR JAUPAJ

DECONSTRUCTION AND/OR RECONSTRUCTION OF THE BRITISH WEST INDIES HISTORY IN CARYL PHILLIPS�S CAMBRIDGE

 312

TEODOR MATEOC

APOCALYPSE NOW IN DON DELILLO�S WHITE NOISE

321

RODICA MIHĂILĂ

WHERE IS LITERATURE NOW IN THE FIELD OF AMERICAN STUDIES?

330

OCTAVIAN MORE

"THE LAST LARGENESS, BOLD TO SEE": A BOHMIAN READING OF WALLACE STEVENS'S EARLY POETRY

 340

DAN NEGRUŢ

THE MAD, BAD AND DANGEROUS TO KNOW HEATHCLIFF

350

ESZTER ORMAI

CHANGING STANDARDS FOR INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT IN NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE'S TALES

360

TOMISLAV M. PAVLOVIĆ

THE PLATONIC DIALOGUES IN ROBERT GRAVES�S HISTORICAL NOVELS

369

DANA PERCEC and ANDREEA ŞERBAN

YOUTH AND THE ELIZABETHAN STAGE

378

MARTIN POTTER

ART AS STATE OF MIND IN HENRY JAMES� THE TRAGIC MUSE

388

MIRNA RADIN-SABADOŠ

SELVES ON THE MOVE � ALEKSANDAR HEMON�S LAZARUS PROJECT

397

ADRIAN RADU

MONKS AND WORLDLY WAYS

404

ADRIANA RADUCANU

THE URBAN GOTHIC AS A BORSALINO HAT IN GREGORY DAVID ROBERT�S SHANTARAM

410

LAURA TOMMASO

"WHEN BEGGARS DIE, THERE ARE NO COMETS SEEN": THE ROLE OF PROPHECY IN SHAKESPEARE�S JULIUS CAESAR

421

 

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