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The Story of Darkness. Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought. An author primarily of prose fiction and of essays, he has also written plays, a children's book and television scripts.
The Story of Darkness. His narrative oeuvre resists classification; it is distinguished, however, by an abiding concern with recent Austrian history. His style of writing is characterized by a highly variable pictorial imagination and by an intense inquiry into the workings of disoriented minds. His works have received numerous awards.
The poems of Janko Ferk, a prominent young Slovenian author from Carinthia, deal less with ethnic problems than with descriptions of the human condition in general, particularly .
The poems of Janko Ferk, a prominent young Slovenian author from Carinthia, deal less with ethnic problems than with descriptions of the human condition in general, particularly human mortality and spiritual possibilities. In well-crafted, deeply-felt verses that are haunting and poignant, he explores in personal terms the transience of human beings.
Australian literature is the written or literary work produced in the area or by the people of the Commonwealth of Australia and its preceding colonies. During its early Western history, Australia was a collection of British colonies, therefore, its.
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Janko Ferk: Vergraben im Sand der Zeit: Gedichte Zakopan v pesku . Studies in Austrian literature, culture and thought. Australian Slavonic and East European Studies 1994; other data not known.
Janko Ferk: Vergraben im Sand der Zeit: Gedichte Zakopan v pesku časa: pesmi Buried in the sands of time: poems. Translated by Herbert Kuhner. The Day Tito Died: Contemporary Slovenian Short Stories. London, Boston: Forest Books, 1993.
1931 in Australian literature. This article presents a list of the historical events and publications of Australian literature during 1931. For an overview of world literature see 1931 in Australian literature. M. Barnard Eldershaw – Green Memory. Velia Ercole (Q27629210) – No Escape. Old Blastus of Bandicoot.
The texts for study include works of local and regional focus and others that . We also explore the significance these places have for culture and history.
The texts for study include works of local and regional focus and others that engage with the wider world – some are classic works, some are popular. We draw on some critical perspectives you may find of interest, and we interview some writers. There are tales of the deep time of Aboriginal creation in central Australia, of first contact between Europeans and the fabled southern continent, of crime and punishment, of gold-seeking and spiritual quest, of mysteries and tragedies in the desert, of families divided between the southern and northern hemispheres, of expatriate lives and travellers’ impressions.
Translation studies is an academic interdiscipline dealing with the systematic study of the theory, description and application of translation, interpreting, and localization. As an interdiscipline, Translation Studies borrows much from the various fields of study that support translation. These include comparative literature, computer science, history, linguistics, philology, philosophy, semiotics, and terminology.
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Some scholars speak about Austrian literature in a strict sense from the year 1806 on when Francis II disbanded the Holy Roman Empire and established the Austrian Empire. A more liberal definition incorporates all the literary works written on the territory of today's and historical Austria, especially when it comes to authors who wrote in German.