Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Anglistik 2023.9

Eng­lish com­plex words: Exer­cis­es in con­struc­tion and trans­la­tion
BuchcoverEng­lish Com­plex Words is a live­ly, essen­tial com­pan­ion for mul­ti­lin­gual explo­rations of word-for­ma­tion process­es, both in Eng­lish and across 40 oth­er lan­guages. It offers today’s broad­est avail­able cov­er­age of Eng­lish pre­fix­a­tion, suf­fix­a­tion and com­pound­ing. Com­pris­ing a trea­sury of real lan­guage items, this book offers stu­dents a unique chance to con­duct their own research and analy­ses, using a gold­mine of care­ful­ly-select­ed authen­tic exam­ples and cor­pus data. Read­ers will become famil­iar with 96 affix­es and 13 com­pound types by work­ing through thought-pro­vok­ing mor­pho­log­i­cal cas­es and their con­struc­tion pat­terns. Through these chal­leng­ing and hands-on activ­i­ties, junior researchers iden­ti­fy mor­pho­log­i­cal nuances among mul­ti­ple lan­guages. Instruc­tors in mul­ti­lin­gual class­rooms can find sat­is­fy­ing activ­i­ties to address the needs of inter­na­tion­al stu­dents. This aca­d­e­m­i­cal­ly stim­u­lat­ing course­book can serve as a core text for Word For­ma­tion and Mor­phol­o­gy cours­es. As a sup­ple­men­tal source, it may suit a range of Lin­guis­tics cours­es direct­ed at both grad­u­ate and under­grad­u­ate stu­dents.
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Women Dri­ven Mad: Wom­ens Mad­ness in Eng­lish and Amer­i­can Lit­er­a­ture
BuchcoverThis book offers an in-depth analy­sis as to how and why women have been wide­ly asso­ci­at­ed with mad­ness since ancient times. The first part of the book com­pris­es a his­tor­i­cal sur­vey of var­i­ous per­cep­tions of mad­ness across the cen­turies, while the sec­ond part of the book cov­ers a wide selec­tion of lit­er­ary works by Amer­i­can and Eng­lish writ­ers who dealt with this sub­ject in their works. In this part of the book, the authors exam­ine select­ed works of lit­er­a­ture from a fem­i­nist per­spec­tive by also draw­ing on the works of influ­en­tial the­o­rists of fem­i­nist crit­i­cism. The authors fur­ther show how these writ­ers, who have been influ­enced by var­i­ous philoso­phers and the­o­reti­cians, crit­i­cal­ly exam­ine women’s mad­ness in their fic­tion.
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