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Syns du Mallarmés diktverk er vanskelig å forstå? La Présence de Mallarmé gir innsiktsfulle lesninger som åpner diktverket for mange nye lesere.
This volume is about rhythmic aspects of living together in various forms of communities.
This volume brings fresh insights into the fundamental role gender plays in translation and transnational reception
This book consists of articles based on the master thesis by five students at ILOS and two articles by the editor, one of which gives an overview of the field.
Trayectorias históricas y proyecciones políticas, económicas y socioculturales
This book examines the emergence and transformations of Holocaust memory in the socialist Yugoslav and post-Yugoslav eras through the lens of literature.
This book is based on a qualitative study of immigrants' collective identifications and the ways in which belonging and othering are expressed in their narrative discourse.
This book brings to light new perspectives on Ibsen as a maker of world drama.
J. Hillis Miller edited by John J. Peters and Jakob Lothe
This book features recent developments in the expanding field of Contrastive Linguistics.
This new book about the American entertainment industry examines the career of the actress Agnes Moorehead.
The discipline of literary studies has a long tradition of borrowing the concepts and methods of related disciplines in the humanities and the social sciences, while also itself exerting a significant influence on other disciplines. In this book, 15 literary scholars hailing from five different countries consider these processes of mutual enrichment from various critical perspectives.
Bringing together agent and text perspectives, this book suggests a new framework for the study of translation.
Why did writers in the early modern period complain so frequently about lack of time? This question is the topic of Tina Skouen's new book.
New and cutting-edge work in animality studies, human-animal studies, and posthumanism. Edited by Michael Lundblad.
Hva har litteratur med nasjonalitet å gjøre? Hva vil det si at litteratur er «norsk»? Hvilken nytte kan vi ha av en forbindelse mellom litteraturen og nasjonaliteten?
Karin Kukkonen's study provides a thorough introduction to the neoclassical debates of how literature is shaped in unison with the thinking and feeling mind
Korleis kan forsking fremje menneskerettane? Og korleis oppfattar forskarar frå forskjellige fag og disiplinar menneskerettar innanfor si forsking? ...
This special issue in the OSLa series contains a selection of papers from a workshop organized under the auspices of the project GRAMNORUS - Grammar from a Norwegian-Russian Perspective -, a joint Norwegian-Russian collaboration project, financed by SIU and based at ILOS.
This book offers through six key ideas - ecology, imaginary, in/visibility, palimpsest, sovereignty and waiting - theoretical starting points for an aesthetic understanding of borders.
This book offers cognitively informed analyses of literary explorations of the mind in its most creative and pathological states.
Time’s Witnesses is not a comfortable book to read, but one that needs to be experienced if we are to learn.
Med utgangspunkt i en rekke sentrale romaner og filmer viser Jakob Lothe i sin nye bok om etikk i litteratur og film, etikkens sentrale plass i disse kunstformene.
A new Penguin edition of Ibsen's two great verse plays, in masterful versions by one of our greatest living poets, Geoffrey Hill.