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2014 | 3 | 163-168
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Recenzja książki Piotra Sawickiego i Jitki Smičekovej pt. Srovnávací frazeologie a paremiografie. Vybrané studie ze slovanských a románských jazyků / Frazeologia i paremiografia porównawcza. Wybrane studia z zakresu języków słowiańskich i romańskich. Ostrava, 2010: Ostravská univerzita v Ostravě. ISBN 978-80-7368-851-6, 198 stron

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A Review of a Book by Piotr Sawicki and Jitka Smičekova entitled Srovnávací frazeologie a paremiografie. Vybrané studie ze slovanských a románských jazyků / Frazeologia i paremiografia porównawcza. Wybrane studia z zakresu języków słowiańskich i romańskich. Ostrava, 2010: Ostravská univerzita v Ostravě. ISBN 978-80-7368-851-6, 198 pages
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Comparative Phraseology and Paremiology. Selected Studies on Slavic and Romance Languages, by Piotr Sawicki and Jitka Smičeková, is a collection of texts which have previously appeared in the columns of philological periodicals and post-symposium publications in Poland, Spain and the Czech Republic and have since been modified. They constitute the fruits of unceasing international research which was originally launched in 1996. The book is divided into two sections, grouping material relating to Czech and Polish cultural stereotypes and proverbs and the language of Polish politics together in the first part, with the transcreation of proverbs constituting the second part. This innovative work contains a compilation of proverbs and sayings in Polish, Czech and, occasionally, Slovakian; and in Spanish, with some in French. It is enriched by a discussion of the problems relating to the translation and interpretation of certain linguistic phenomena which bear culturally distinctive features. The discussion takes as its examples the writings of František Čelakovský and Jaromír Nohavica, as well as popular Spanish and French sayings. Addressed to expert paremiologists, linguists and students engaged in Slavic, Romance and Iberian studies alike, as well as to anyone interested in matters linguistic, the book now and again departs from the solemn, scholarly form to pursue a discourse more popularised in nature.
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  • Uniwersytet Ostrawski, Czechy
  • Wyższa Szkoła Filologiczna we Wrocławiu
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