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Problem of Genre in Dostoievsky's the Diary of a Writer problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer Problem of Genre in Dostoievsky's the Diary of a Writer problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer

Problem of Genre in Dostoievsky's the Diary of a Writer

Genres are vague categories with no fixed boundaries, they are formed by sets of conventions, and many works cross into multiple genres by way of borrowing and recombining these conventions. The Diary of a Writer is such, a unique enterprise, a felicitous combination of reminiscences, dramatic sketches, essays, short stories and opinion pieces that enabled Dostoievsky to enter into an informal dialogue with his readers that reached far beyond the scope of even the most controversial of his novels. In this light Dostoievsky’s much noted and commonly tracked genre feuilletonist writings, allows for much freedom as far as its content, composition and style are concerned. The text, which presents the contents of a journal written, edited and published by Dostoievsky over a period of eight years, is a hybrid, which means that it makes use of different genre structures. It therefore becomes a central task of criticism.

The Call of Cthulhu and Other Weird Stories problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer The Call of Cthulhu and Other Weird Stories problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer

The Call of Cthulhu and Other Weird Stories

Frequently imitated and widely influential, Howard Phillips Lovecraft reinvented the horror genre in the twentieth century, discarding ghosts and witches and envisioning instead mankind as a tiny outpost of dwindling sanity in a chaotic and malevolent universe. Lovecraft’s preeminent interpreter S.T.Joshi presents a selection of the master’s fiction, from the early tales of nightmares and madness such as "The Outsider" and "Rats in the Walls," through the grotesquely comic "Herbert West-Reanimator" and "The Hound," to the overpowering cosmic terror of "The Shadow Over Innsmouth" and "The Call of Cthulhu." This definitive edition reveals the development of Lovecraft’s mesmerizing narrative style and establishes him as a canonical-and visionary-American writer.

Genre Analysis of the Op- Ed Section of English Language Newspapers problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer Genre Analysis of the Op- Ed Section of English Language Newspapers problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer

Genre Analysis of the Op- Ed Section of English Language Newspapers

Genre analysis has a long-established tradition in academic genres, but interest in the analysis of public genres has been very recent. This book examines the theory of genre analysis based on Swales' (1990) model; distinctive rhetorical features of English language newspaper Op- Eds were examined and found five obligatory moves including Relevant Headline, Introduction, Statement of the Problem, Argumentation, and Recommendation. There were also three optional moves called Sub-Headline, Background Information, and Starting with Argumentation.

Metadiscourse and Genre Learning problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer Metadiscourse and Genre Learning problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer

Metadiscourse and Genre Learning

METADISCOURSE AND GENRE LEARNING explores how using and learning to use metadiscourse—non-propositional linguistic features guiding readers through texts and facilitating writer-reader communication—facilitates Chinese EFL undergraduates' learning of the genre of English argumentative writing in the pedagogical context of composition classrooms in China. Drawing on insights from genre theories, the literature on genre-based pedagogies, research on English argumentative writing, and metadiscourse studies, the researcher closely examines both student and teacher perspectives on student metadiscourse selections, and their practices of learning and teaching metadiscourse in the lessons of English argumentative writing through a qualitative design and a multimethod approach involving text analysis, individual interviews, classroom observation, and focus group interviews.

Complex Linguistic Analysis of Musical Discourse problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer Complex Linguistic Analysis of Musical Discourse problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer

Complex Linguistic Analysis of Musical Discourse

English has been adopted as a predominant means of communication among musicians. The specific language of musical discourse, however, has remained on the periphery of interest of discourse analysts. As a result, little is known about the genres specific to the domain of music and their language. This work deals with one such genre, namely the concert notice, trying to contribute to filling that gap. The basic analytical framework employed is the theory of genres and genre analysis. The work analyses the genre of concert notice from the perspective of text type, identifies the strategies that an expert genre writer employs to achieve his communicative intentions and reveals the ways these are manifested in the language of the genre. The analysis then moves “downwards“ from the macro-level of the genre to the micro-level of grammar and lexis, describing the phenomena typical of both a noun phrase and a verb phrase as well as the lexical and stylistic aspects of the genre. It explains why such linguistic devices are used, and to what effect, and tries to define distinctive linguistic features of the concert notice.

Haggard H.R. Queen of the Dawn: A Love Tale of Old Egypt = Владычица Зари: на англ.яз problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer Haggard H.R. Queen of the Dawn: A Love Tale of Old Egypt = Владычица Зари: на англ.яз problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer

Haggard H.R. Queen of the Dawn: A Love Tale of Old Egypt = Владычица Зари: на англ.яз

Sir Henry Rider Haggard was an English writer of adventure novels set in exotic locations, predominantly Africa, and the creator of the Lost World literary genre. Queen of the Dawn is about the overthrow of the Hyksos and reinstatement of the rightful pharaonic line.

Queen of the Dawn. A Love Tale of Old Egypt problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer Queen of the Dawn. A Love Tale of Old Egypt problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer

Queen of the Dawn. A Love Tale of Old Egypt

Sir Henry Rider Haggard was an English writer of adventure novels set in exotic locations, predominantly Africa, and the creator of the Lost World literary genre. Queen of the Dawn is about the overthrow of the Hyksos and reinstatement of the rightful pharaonic line.

Moon of Israel problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer Moon of Israel problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer

Moon of Israel

Sir Henry Rider Haggard was an English writer of adventure novels set in exotic locations, predominantly Africa, and the creator of the Lost World literary genre. The novel narrates the events of the Biblical Exodus from Egypt told from the perspective of a scribe named Ana.

Time-Optimal Control And Controllability Of n x n Parabolic Systems problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer Time-Optimal Control And Controllability Of n x n Parabolic Systems problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer

Time-Optimal Control And Controllability Of n x n Parabolic Systems

Optimal control theory has been used in the solution of an enormous variety of problems in physics, engineering, economic and biology. Many of the problem of design in airframe, shipbuilding, electronic, and other engineering fields are in essence, problems of control. The most widely studied type of problem in the mathematical theory of control is the "time optimal" control problem. The aim of control in this problem is to transform any initial state of a dynamic system into a desired stationary state in minimal time.

Typology of Genre of Literary Portraits problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer Typology of Genre of Literary Portraits problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer

Typology of Genre of Literary Portraits

The literary portrait became one of such genres which have been activly included in genre system of an epic type. Nowadays the problem of literary portrait genre represents an art phenomenon synthesizing in its contents and structure the elements of documentary and art genres, and it turns out to be a field of discussions about its belonging to system of publicistic or art genres. Research of forms and functions of a literary portrait in main types of epic type - novels, tales, stories, sketches and in writings of memoir literature - is conducted in several directions in works of scientists. It is caused by expansion of portrait function as art ensemble element where such sign of genre, as way of its subject organization is distinctly shown. Approaches to studying interrelation of a portrait as part of art ensemble with stages of literary process and literary genre in particular are planned in literary science.

Heart of the World problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer Heart of the World problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer

Heart of the World

Sir Henry Rider Haggard was an English writer of adventure novels set in exotic locations, predominantly Africa, and the creator of the Lost World literary genre. This is an extraordinarily beautiful Indian princess and a white Englishman fall in love but suffer deeply because of their feelings.

Queen Sheba's Ring problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer Queen Sheba's Ring problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer

Queen Sheba's Ring

Sir Henry Rider Haggard was an English writer of adventure novels set in exotic locations, predominantly Africa, and the creator of the Lost World literary genre. The discovery of a ring, given to the Queen of Sheba by King Solomon himself, launches this tale of romance and adventure from master storyteller Henry Rider Haggard.

Reading Sensation Critically problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer Reading Sensation Critically problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer

Reading Sensation Critically

Lady Audley''s Secret (1862) was the work mostresponsible for securing Mary Elizabeth Braddon''sposition among the defining sensation novelists ofthe Victorian period. Her name continues to remaininextricably linked with her first best seller. Thisstudy, however, offers a provocative new reading ofBraddon''s fiction by focusing on the ways in whichshe labored in the 1860s and 1870s to transmute thesensation genre that initiated her career into aliterary form worthy of critical recognition. This book offers close readings of seven ofBraddon''s novels serialized in Belgravia between 1866and 1875 that fail to conform to the pattern ofsensation fiction. An analysis of Braddon''s fiction,its critical reception, and letters to her mentor SirEdward Bulwer-Lytton, highlight her efforts to escapethe negative associations of the sensation label thatdefined her as a writer in the Victorian period andthat often continues to serve as a reductive index ofher fiction. This study provides scholars and students with afuller sense of Braddon as a professional writer whoworked to redefine the sensation genre as bothartistic and instructive.

Causes of Low Pass Rates problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer Causes of Low Pass Rates problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer

Causes of Low Pass Rates

This book is going to discuss the causes of low pass rates in Zimbabwe?s rural day primary and secondary schools. The writer perceived the problems of poor pass rates in terms of multiple causations rather than single causation. After conducting a case study in Masvingo province, which the biggest of Zimbabwe?s ten provinces, the writer conduced that the causes of poor pass rates in Zimbabwe?s rural day primary and secondary schools fall under four major areas which the writer is going treat is as separate chapters, namely: Lack of resources material in Zimbabwe?s rural day school and brutality unleashed on Zimbabwe teachers by politicians and school authorities and employers since 2000. Poor pass rates in Zimbabwe?s rural day primary schools cause for concern to all stakeholders in education like: Parents, Students, teachers, government and the employers. In the final chapter of the book, the writer will discuss the theoretical perspectives of the cause of low pass rates in schools with particular reference to the 5 systems theory and Maslow?s needs hierarchy as they apply to all the causes discussed under the four chapters.

Solutions of Various Enclosing Problems: A General Approach problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer Solutions of Various Enclosing Problems: A General Approach problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer

Solutions of Various Enclosing Problems: A General Approach

Enclosing problem is an important area of algorithmic research in computer science community which arise in facility location. Due to some constraints, it is not always possible to meet the demand of each client/customer. This constraint gives the birth of the maximal enclosing problem. This book considers the maximal enclosing problem using one and two axis-parallel unit square(s). Then the k-enclosing problem using an axis-parallel square is considered as an extension of the maximal enclosing problem. This book concludes with some future directions of research.

Framing of Drug Addiction Problem in the Municipality of Banja Luka problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer Framing of Drug Addiction Problem in the Municipality of Banja Luka problem of genre in dostoievsky s the diary of a writer

Framing of Drug Addiction Problem in the Municipality of Banja Luka

This book deals with the social problem of drug addiction in the Municipality of Banja Luka in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It treats drug addiction as an example of marginal, low-profile public issue, addressing the ways in which policy for such an issue is designed, developed and implemented. The choice of drug addiction in Bosnia and Herzegovina gives an opportunity to investigate how in a specific context, marked with uninterested and uninformed public, perceptions of a problem are developed at a local level, placing the focus on the local governance actors active in dealing with drug addiction. Investigation of emergence and functioning of local governance network makes the first part of the research. However, central issue of this work is framing, that is understanding how perception(s) of drug addiction as a social problem were developed, sustained, and how these perceptions influence ways in which the problem is approached and dealt with. Investigation of the interplay between objective and subjective in perceptions of this public issue and formation of more or less coherent ‘mental pictures’ of drug addiction created in the mind of different local actors make an engaging book.

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