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It enumerates some cognitive processes and as consequence conceptual constructs, such as e.g.
category, frame, metaphor, imaginative schemes such as figure-ground structure, radial structures, relational structures, mental spaces, and arrives to the experience, the conceptualization and definition of meaning as not only the conceptual content, but also as one of the ways to build that content.
Yet did audiences receive their work in the same way in every country?
Did the artists adapt their plays for the countries where they were performed?
After a crippling injury leaves her husband impotent, Lady Chatterly is torn between her love for her husband and her physical desires. See full summary » Cynthia inherits her aunt's large estate and moves in.
If Ramuz as a young poet, before he became a novelist, recognised his own poetic mission in Paris, then Paris itself, as later described in a short essay Paris (notes d’un Vaudois), appears to be the urban metaphor of his poetic ideal.
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The actors are brilliant, they magnificently show all sorts of emotions on their faces and the love-making scenes are all made with much reserve, with subtlety... I loved this Connie, I could relate to her and I loved the long pauses and the looks between the two leads, the big shots on the hands, on some legs or other parts of the body and some refined clothes. This movie reminds me a little of some scenes of The Piano by Jane Campion and if you enjoyed The Piano, I am sure you will like this French adaptation. It is a little long, more than 2 hours and a half, I think but if you are used to watching long BBC period dramas like me, you will have no fear in watching this!
Keywords: Dialogism, quest of alterity, intertextuality, multilingualism, in-between Ebrahim Salimi-Kouchi University of Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran Mohsen Rezaeian Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran Download full text (pdf) "Dashed Hopes and Good Intentions": A Bourdieuian Reading of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Pierre Bourdieu's investigation into the mechanism of power relations in any given society emphasizes that culture is firmly embedded in social lives of agents.