Linguistic Processes in the Kaleidoscope of Spoken Language namely, on the Most Recent Trends in the Development of Russian and Ukrainian Languages
Procesy językowe w kalejdoskopie żywej mowy, czyli o najnowszych tendencjach w rozwoju języka rosyjskiego i ukraińskiego
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The paper looks into the current trends in the development of Russian and Ukrainian languages as discussed in the latest book authored by prof. Tetyana Kosmeda. The focus is on five aspects (distinguished by the above named researcher) of linguistic processes taking place at the moment within the Russian and Ukrainian language systems themselves such as: word manipulation, lexicographic issues, linguistic gender studies, the issue of spoken academic language and the language of teaching, and sociolinguistics. The validity of the research and the conclusions reached by prof. Tetyana Kosmeda were affirmatively verified, with great appreciation on the part of the author for the amazing precision and research skills of the Ukrainian linguist.
In his book, Patrycjusz Pająk composes a Croatian film canon. His top list of the best Croatian feature films contains 15 pictures: Concert (1954) by Branko Belan, H–8... (1958) by Nikola Tanhofer, Train Without a Timetable (1959) by Veljko Bulajić, Rondo (1966) by Zvonimir Berković, The Birch Tree (1967) and Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh (1971) by Ante Babaja, Kaya (1967) and An Event (1969) by Vatroslav Mimica, Handcuffs (1969) by Krsto Papić, Occupation in 26 Pictures (1978) by Lordan Zafranović, The Rhythm of Crime (1981) by Zoran Tadić, The Melody Haunts My Memory (1981) by Rajko Grlić, What Iva Recorded (2005) by Tomislav Radić, Buick Riviera (2008) by Goran Rušinović, The Blacks (2009) by Goran Dević and Zvonimir Jurić. As a main criterion for building his own canon, the author takes the innovative character of the cinematic language and the rich symbolic imagery of the story.
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