Vol 1, No 2 (2002)

Table of Contents


What Interpretive Divergence Can Teach Literary Semantics:Reconsidering Wordsworth's "A Slumber Did my Spirit Seal" PDF
Bo Pettersson 199-214
Dwelling Upon Time: Memory's Changing Function in the Poetry of Wordsworth PDF
Charles I. Armstrong 215-232
The Gaze of Tiresias: Joyce, Rossellini and the Iconology of "The Dead" PDF
Asbjørn Grønstad 233-248
Migrancies and Modernities in Jamal Mahjoub's The Carrier PDF
Jopi Nyman 249-268
V.S. Naipaul's The Mimic Men: Narrative Transcending of Order and Disorder PDF
Tuomas Huttunen 269-288
Myth, Language and Identity in The Seal Woman PDF
Anne Holden Rønning 289-298
American English in a very broad Perspective: Gunnel Tottie. 2002. An Introduction to American English. Malden, Mass.: Blackwell PDF
Johan Elsness 299-316
yet this follie doth many times assault the brauest minds: Affirmative Declarative do in 17th-Century English PDF
Bjørn Bækken 317-337
Must down: On Non-Occurring Verbs of Motion in Modern English PDF
Göran Kjellmer 339-353
RP as Sociolinguistic Object PDF
Anne H. Fabricius 355-372


Arne Juul. 2002. Den levende fonograf: Nordmændenes Professor Higgins PDF
Arthur O. Sandved 373-375

Complete Issue

Volume 1 Issue 2 PDF
Complete Issue 199-375