HUSSE 3
HUSSE 3 Conference Program

Pécs, January 30 to February 1, 1997

Janus Pannonius University, Polláck Mihály Technical Faculty, Boszorkány utca 2

Organized by

Janus Pannonius University, English Department

Hungarian Society for the Study of English

Regional Centre of the Hungarian Acedemy of Sciences, Pécs

Sponsored by

The British Council Hungary

Catching Up With European Higher Education Fund

British-American Tobacco Pécsi Dohánygyár Kft.

Dear Conference Participant

Welcome to Pécs, the host city of the Third Biennial Conference of the Hungarian Society for the Study of English, and to Janus Pannonius University's Polláck Mihály Technical Faculty, where you will be spending the next three days.

We hope your participation in HUSSE 3 will be rewarding. Over 130 speakers and more than 50 attendees have chosen to share with you the findings of their research. Besides four plenaries, three workshops and the poetry and book exhibits, there will be 113 presentations in thirty paper sessions, a reception and a conference dinner. We trust that HUSSE 3 will prove an exciting and refreshing experience for us all.

In this Conference Program, you will find details about the schedule of all professional and social events. After the register of the three days' activities, we have inlcuded an index of HUSSE 3 speakers and papers. For further information, please see the Conference News Bulletin Board at the registration desk.

JPU English Department

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Thursday, January 30

From 1000 Registration. Aula

1400 Welcoming speeches. Auditorium

1430 Plenaries. Chaired by Abádi Nagy Zoltán.

Frank Tibor: Kossuth and Shakespeare.

1515 Virágos Zsolt: The American Century.

1600 to 1630 Coffee break

1630 to 1815 Six concurrent sessions

Medieval Poetry and Culture. Chair: Szônyi György Endre Room 111

1630 Kopár Lilla: St Martin of ToursLiterary Tradition, Church Cult, and Folk Legends in Anglo-Saxon England

1650 Halácsy Katalin: The Death of Edward (1035): The Backwater of Old English Poetry?

1710 Bús Éva: Classical Stock Characters in Medieval English Mystery Plays

1730 Szalay Krisztina: Self-presentation in Wyatt's "The longe love that in my thought doeth harbar"

1750 Discussion

Comparative Fiction. Chair: Abádi Nagy Zoltán Room 11

1630 Baróthy Judit: Aspects of the Androgyny in Virginia Woolf's and Boris Pasternak's Lyrical Prose

1650 Kádár Judit: The Myth of Re-Creation: Historiographic Metafiction in Some Recent Canadian Novels

1710 Bényei Tamás: The Figures of Genealogy (Genealogy, Narrative and Subjectivity in Magic Realist Fiction)

1730 Szalay Edina: Paradigms of "Awakening": Confrontation with the Fictionality of the Self in Kate Chopin's The Awakening, Joyce Carol Oates's Do With Me What You Will, and Margaret Atwood's Surfacing

1750 Discussion

American Poetry. Chair: Rácz István Room 13

1630 Beney Zsuzsa: Attempts at a New Reading of Emily Dickinson

1650 Maróti Zsolt: The Role of Language in Imagist Poetry

1710 Novák György: `Things have beginnings and ends': The end of Pound's Cantos

1730 Discussion

Form and Genre in Irish Drama. Chair: Kurdi Mária Room 113

1630 Bertha Csilla: Drama of Reconciliation: Sebastian Barry's Plays

1650 Braidwood, John: Landscape as Commodity: John B. Keane's The Field

1710 Mesterházi Márton: The Radio-Plays of Padraic Fallon

1730 Csizmadia Gábor: Insects in Stephen's Green

1750 Discussion

Testing. Chair: Horváth József Room 17

1630 Bajnóczi Beatrix: Predictive Power of Entrance Exams

1650 Bors Lídia and Nikolov Marianne: `Do you Want to Come With Us, or Rather Stay In?' An In-Service Cul- tural and Methodological Awareness-Raising Programme

1710 Szabó Gábor: Breaking the Bank: Building a Language Test Item Bank at JPU

1730 Horváth József: A Report on the Cross-Marking Experience at JPU

1750 Discussion

Metaphor. Chair: Kövecses Zoltán Auditorium

1630 Kövecses Zoltán: In search of the metaphor system of English

1710 Balassa György: Metaphors and Prototypical Scenarios of Language Related Behaviour

1730 Dávid Gyula: Figurative Language

1750 Discussion

1830 Exhibition on British Poetry. Opened by Ciaran Carson. Aula

1930 Reception

2030 HUSSE Board meeting. Room 11

Friday, January 31

0830 to 0915 Two concurrent plenaries

Stephen Bullon: The Evidence is Mounting: Why Corpora are Growing. Chaired by Andor József. Auditorium

Robert Welch: Recent Irish Poetry. Chaired by Kurdi Mária Room 13

0915 to 0930 Coffee break

0930 to 1000 Introducing new books and journals. Moderator: Vöô Gabriella. Aula

1000 to 1145 Six concurrent sessions

Commonwealth and Post-colonial Literatures and Cultures. Chair: Takács Ferenc Room 11

1000 Molnár Judit: The Polyphonic Reality of Italian-Canadian Literature

1020 Szaffkó Péter: The Past in Present Tense: Uses of the Past in Postcolonial Drama

1040 Szamosi Gertrud: The ambivalent representation of Friday in Coetze's postcolonial discourse

1100 Tóth Ágnes: From Bush Culture to Beach Culture: Australia's Dominant Cultural Myth Challenged

1120 Discussion

Faulkner and Modern Fiction. Chair: Géher István Room 111

1000 Wappel Mónika: As I Lay Lying: Verbal Omni(m)potence in Faulkner

1020 Zsélyi Ferenc: `As I Lay Writing' Mothering Discourses

1040 Kurdi Mária: Bodies Getting Around: Irony in the Endings of William Faulkner's Light in August and in William Trevor's Felicia's Journey

1100 Árpád Mihály: Rereading the Beckett Trilogy

1120 Discussion

Literary Reception. Chair: Bényei Tamás Room 13

1000 Dávidházi Péter: The Cultic Pre-formation of Literary Reception

1020 Szilassy Zoltán: The Present State of Shakespear(e)-ology in Hungary

1040 Hartvig Gabriella: The Early Reception of Lawrence Sterne in Hungary

1100 Deák András Miklós: The Reception of Philip Roth's Work in Hungary

1120 Discussion

British Modernism Chair: Pálffy István Room 113

1000 Rawlinson Zsuzsa: The Literary Essays of Lytton Strachey

1020 Péteri Éva: John Ruskin on The Nature of True Religious Art

1040 Tóth Tibor: Tradition and Modernism in Joseph Conrad

1100 Bakos Judit: `A Portrait of the Artist' in V. Woolf, J. Joyce, T.S. Eliot, D.H. Lawrence and E.M. Forster's works

1120 Discussion

Skills Development. Chair: Nagy Tibor Room 17

1000 Molnár Edit Katalin: The English they Need: Students in the Academia

1020 Nagy Tibor, Furkó Péter and Tóth Ágoston: `Accent-booting'

1040 Gergely Zsuzsa: Researching Early Bilingualism

1100 Bohács Ákos and Nagy Tibor: Graphical Correction of Intonation

1120 Discussion

Corpus Based Linguistics. Chair: Yoshihiko Ikegami Auditorium

1000 Csapó József: Corpus Linguistics and Language Teaching

1020 Andor József: On the Representation of Types of Knowledge in Dictionaries: The Case of AMBUSH

1050 Abkarovits Endre: Discrepancies in the Description of Some Verbs of Emotion and Permission

1120 Discussion

1145 to 1245 General Assembly of HUSSE. Ground floor Auditorium

1300 to 1400 Lunch break. Free lunch served in cafeteria on campus

1400 to 1545 Two concurrent workshops and two concurrent sessions

Beyond the Basics - British Studies Workshop. Moderated by John Cunningham. Ground floor Auditorium

Participants: Barát Erzsébet, Poirier, Francois and Spittles, Brian

Multiculturalism in North America Workshop. Moderated by

Molnár Judit. Room 11

Participants and Papers:

James, Beverly: From the Inside Looking In: Teaching American Culture in the U.S.

Csontos Pál: Debating Sexual Correctness

Sarkady Krisztina: Jazz and Race in Langston Hughes' Simple Columns

Smith, Jeffrey Alyn: `Has American Studies Lost Its Minds?'

Tarnóc András: Manifestations of ethnic consciousness in `El Movimento' poetry

Virágos Zsolt

ESP. Chair: Kurtán Zsuzsa Room 17

1400 Máthé Ilona: General Language - Specific Language

1420 Rébék-Nagy Gábor: Is there such a thing as `Medical English'?

1440 Warta Vilmos: Embedded Case Reports: A Genre-Analysis Issue in Teaching English for Specific Purposes

1500 Nagy Gabriella: Improvement of Speaking Skills in Medical English

1520 Kurtán Zsuzsa: Interactive Processes in English Discourse for Specific Purposes

1540 Discussion

Cognitive Linguistics. Chair: Gyôri Gábor Room 13

1400 Pelyvás Péter: Raising and the Nature of the Grounding Predication

1420 Komlósi Imre László: Referential and Representational Meaning Theories in the Light of Computationalism

1440 Gyôri Gábor: From Plural to Abstract: A Cognitive Semantic Analysis

1500 Bocz András: Are all the rules gone? On connectionist models of inflectional morphology

1520 Discussion

1545 to 1600 Coffee break

1600 to 1745

Quality in English Teacher Education Workshop. Moderated by Kenesei István Auditorium

Participants and Papers: Parrott, Jeremy: Zen and the art of quality maintenance: The sound of one hand clapping?; Frank Tibor, Nádasdy Ádám, Renegar, Sandra L., Szônyi György Endre and Virágos Zsolt

1745 to 1800 Coffee break

1800 to 1945 Six concurrent sessions

Media and Folk Art. Chair: John Cunningham Room 13

1800 Drew, John: Science and Literature (Yet Again)

1820 Juhász Tamás: Frontiers of Culture: A Blakean Vision in Jim Jarmusch's Dead Man

1840 Kakas Ibolya: Man and Media

1900 Rouse, Andrew C.: The Role of Mediation in Oral Literature

1920 Discussion

Shakespeare. Chair: Dávidházi Péter Room 11

1800 Géher István: Hamlet The Hungarian : A Living Monument

1820 Kállay Géza: Bespeaking the Other: King Lear and Nothing

1840 Kiséry András: Shakespearean Genres

1900 Bernáth András Gábor: The Witches in Macbeth: Subversive Heroines or Evil Temptresses?

1920 Discussion

American History and Culture. Chair: Frank Tibor Room 111

1800 Csillag András: Born (in Hungary) 150 Years Ago: Joseph Pulitzer, A Founder of Modern American Journalism

1820 Vajda Zoltán: John C. Calhoun and the American Jeremiad

1840 Glant Tibor: Apponyi and Roosevelt: The Story of a Unique Friendship

1900 Bán Zsófia: Desire and Body: The American Fashion Scene

1920 Discussion

Romantic and Modern English Poetry. Chair: Péter Ágnes Room 113

1800 Csikós Janzer Dóra: The Council of Eternals in Blake's The Book of Urizen and The Four Zoas

1820 Ferencz Gyôzô: The Wordsworthian Poetic Closure

1840 Mecsnober Tekla: A Portrait of Art as Body: The Case of W.B. Yeats

1900 Rácz István: Identities in Present-Day British Poetry

1920 Discussion

Innovation in Language Teaching. Chair: Gadó Szilvia Room 17

1800 Márta Anett: Jigsaw translation and its implications to teaching

1820 Andrews, Mark: On Cultural Studies

1900 Gadó Szilvia: Educational Drama at JPU: Language Development and/or Methology

1920 Discussion

Semantics. Chair: Korponay Béla. Auditorium

1800 Ikegami, Yoshihiko: A Drift Toward Higher Transitivity in the English Verb and Its Typological Implications

1840 Martsa Sándor: Animal Verbs

1900 Korponay Béla: Conceptual Constructions

1920 Discussion

2015 Dinner at Cellárium, in the town center

Saturday, February 1

0830 to 1015 Five concurrent sessions

Drama Through the Centuries. Chair: Szilassy Zoltán Room 111

0830 Zombory Erzsébet: The Framing of `The Shrew'

0850 Pálffy István: Wesker's The Kitchen in Hungary

0910 Csinády Judit: Divine Horses in Two 20th Century British Works (D.H. Lawrence's St. Mawr and Peter Shaffer's Equus)

0930 Szamosmenti Marianne: Tradition and Novelty in the Plays of Sam Shepard

0950 Discussion

Gender in Language and Literature. Chair: Federmayer Éva Room 113

0830 Drew, Rani: Freud, Femininity and The Nineteenth Century Woman in Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë

0850 Bajner Mária: Anti-Female Bias in the English Language

0910 Miklódy Éva: A Female Voice in the Harlem Renaissance: The Legacy of Zora Neale Hurston

0930 Kovács Zsuzsanna Mária: John Updike's Miss Rabbit in the

Jungle

0950 Discussion

Carnivalization and the Fantastic in Literature. Chair: Surányi Ágnes. Room 11

0830 Kállay G. Katalin: The Mechanism of Suspense Birth and Death Suspended in E.A. Poe: `The Pit and the Pendulum'

0850 Morse, Donald: The Country of the Gods or "The Return of Intellect to Imagination": The Fantastic in James Stephens's The Crock of Gold and Benedict Kiely's The Cards of the Gambler

0910 Harmati Enikô: `Carnival for the Gods'

0930 Cristian Réka Mónika: Per/forming the Unnamed as Carn(iv)al(esque): Femininty in Tennessee Williams

0950 Discussion

Content in the Classroom. Chair: Nikolov Marianne Room 17

0830 Zoltán Patrícia: Authentic Materials in the EFL Classroom

0850 Bygate, Martin: The Language of Oral Communication Tasks

0930 Wedell, Martin, Csépes Ildikó and Kamondi Jozefa: Perceptions of Progress in the Language Classroom

0950 Discussion

Grammar. Chair: Kenesei István. Room 13

0830 Kovács Éva: The Development of the Semantics of the Particle UP

0850 Czeglédi Csaba: On The Grammar of Infinitives and Gerunds in English

0910 Laczkó Tibor: When English Noun Phrases Lose Their Heads

0930 Discussion

1015 to 1030 Coffee break

1030 to 1215 Five concurrent sessions

Irish Studies: Politics and Literature. Chair: Brian Cosgrove. Room 111

1030 Kelly, Edward: Contradictions in Irish Foreign Policy: 1945-75

1050 Borus György: The Political Instability of the 1760s and Edmund Burke's Thoughts

1110 Bókay Antal: Freud-Jung-Finnegan-Joyce

1130 Gula Marianna: Seeing is Believing or Believing is Seeing...? Flann O'Brien's The Third Policeman and George Berkeley's Theory of Vision

1150 Discussion

The Female Self in Fiction. Chair: Marinovich Sarolta. Room 11

1030 Péter Ágnes: Myth and Reality: Traditions of the English versus Hungarian `Feminine Note' in Fiction

1050 Friedrich Judit: Modern Woman in Search of a Self: Julia Kristeva _ Strangers to Ourselves

1110 Séllei Nóra: Fissures and Cracks in "the Phraseology" of Elizabeth Gaskell's Cranford

1130 Surányi Ágnes: Virginia Woolf and American Women Writers

1150 Discussion

American Fiction and Drama. Chair: Donald Morse Room 113

1030 Vöô Gabriella: Metaphysical Quest and Narrative Design in Melville's Mardi

1050 Federmayer Éva: Gender Economy and Discourse of Normalcy: Reading an African-American Feminist Science Fiction Against the Hungarian Grain

1110 Varró Gabriella: The "Comic Black" Stereotype in High Literature

1130 Németh Lenke: The American Dream `Genderized': A Study of Women Characters in David Mamet's House of Games, Speed-the-Plow and Oleanna

1150 Discussion

Mixed Bag. Chair: Sankó Gyula Room 17

1030 Lieli Pál: British and American Participation in the Summer School of Debrecen University Before the 2nd World War

1050 Gibson, Geoffrey and Kiss Tamás: Expectation Mismatch? A Look at the Varying Expectations of Trainees and Mentors Towards the Nature of Teaching Support During TP

1110 Maguire, Brian: Culture and Learning Styles

1130 Sankó Gyula: Problems of integrating information technology into the teaching and learning of EFL

1150 Discussion

Miscellaneous. Chair: Martsa Sándor Room 13

1030 Litovkina Anna: Is love always blind? American proverbs about love

1050 Ôrsi Tibor: Mistranslations in the Cotton Version of Mandeville's Travels

1110 Károlyi Krisztina: The role of repetition in argumentation: An empirical study

1130 Campbell Olga: Is It What It Seems to Be? Absence of hedges in the writing of non-native speakers/writers of English to denote lack of assertiveness

1150 Discussion

1215 to 1230 Coffee break

1230 to 1330 Wind-up Evaluation Session for HUSSE Board members, plenary, workshop and session chairs. Auditorium

1330 HUSSE 3 Closes

HUSSE 3 Speakers and Papers

igures of Genealogy (Genealogy, Narrative and Subjectivity in Magic Realist Fiction); 01/30; 1710

Bernáth András Gábor; The Witches in Macbeth: Subversive Heroines or Evil Temptresses?; 01/31; 1900

Bertha Csilla; Drama of Reconciliation: Sebastian Barry's Plays; 01/30; 1630

Bocz András; Are all the rules gone? On connectionist models of inflectional morphology; 01/31; 1500

Bohács Ákos and Nagy Tibor; Graphical Correction of Intonation; 01/31; 1100

Bókay Antal; Freud-Jung-Finnegan-Joyce; 02/01; 1110

Bors Lídia and Nikolov Marianne; `Do you Want to Come With Us, or Rather Stay In?' An In-Service Cultural and Methodological Awareness-Raising Programme; 01/30; 1650

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Abkarovits Endre; Discrepancies in the Description of Some Verbs of Emotion and Permission; 01/31; 1050

Andor József; On the Representation of Types of Knowledge in Dictionaries: The Case of AMBUSH; 01/31; 1020

Andrews, Mark; On Cultural Studies; 01/31; 1820

Á

Árpád Mihály: Rereading the Beckett Trilogy; 01/31; 1100

B

Bajner Mária; Anti-Female Bias in the English Language; 02/01; 0850

Bajnóczi Beatrix; Predictive Power of Entrance Exams; 01/30; 1630

Bakos Judit; `A Portrait of the Artist' in V. Woolf, J. Joyce, T.S. Eliot, D.H. Lawrence and E.M. Forster's works; 01/31; 1100

Balassa György; Metaphors and Prototypical Scenarios of Language Related Behaviour; 01/30; 1710

Bán Zsófia; Desire and Body: The American Fashion Scene; 01/31; 1900

Barát Erzsébet; 01/31; 1400

Baróthy Judit; Aspects of the Androgyny in Virginia Woolf's and Boris Pasternak's Lyrical Prose; 01/30; 1630

Beney Zsuzsa; Attempts at a New Reading of Emily Dickinson; 01/30; 1630

Bényei Tamás; The F Borus György; The Political Instability of the 1760s and Edmund Burke's Thoughts; 02/01; 1050

Braidwood, John; Landscape as Commodity: John B. Keane's The Field; 01/30; 1650

Bullon, Stephen; The Evidence is Mounting: Why Corpora are Growing; 01/31; 0830

Bús Éva; Classical Stock Characters in Medieval English Mystery Plays; 01/30; 1710

Bygate, Martin; The Language of Oral Communication Tasks; 02/01; 0850

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Campbell Olga; Is it what it seems to be ? Absence of hedges in the writing of non-native speakers/writers of English to denote lack of assertiveness; 02/01; 1130

Cristian Réka Mónika; Per/forming the Unnamed as Carn(iv)al(esque): Femininty in Tenessee Williams; 02/01; 0930

Czeglédi Csaba; On The Grammar of Infinitives and Gerunds in English; 02/01; 0850

CS

Csapó József; Corpus Linguistics and Language Teaching; 01/31; 1000

Csépes Ildikó; see Martin Wedell; 02/01; 0930

Csikós Janzer Dóra; The Council of Eternals in Blake's The Book of Urizen and The Four Zoas; 01/31; 1800

Csillag András; Born (in Hungary) 150 Years Ago: Joseph Pulitzer, A Founder of Modern American Journalism; 01/31; 1800

Csinády Judit; Divine Horses in Two 20th Century British Works (D.H. Lawrence's St. Mawr and Peter Shaffer's Equus); 02/01; 0910

Csizmadia Gábor; Insects in Stephen's Green; 01/30; 1730

Csontos Pál; Debating Sexual Correctness; 01/31; 1400

D

Dávid Gyula; Figurative Language; 01/30; 1730

Dávidházi Péter; The Cultic Pre-formation of Literary Reception; 01/31; 1000

Deák András Miklós; The Reception of Philip Roth's Work in Hungary; 01/31; 1100

Drew, John; Science and Literature (Yet Again); 01/31; 1800

Drew, Rani; Freud, Femininity and The Nineteenth Century Woman in Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë; 02/01; 0830

F

Federmayer Éva; Gender Economy and Discourse of Normalcy: Reading an African-American Feminist Science Fiction Against the Hungarian Grain; 02/01; 1050

Ferencz Gyôzô; The Wordsworthian Poetic Closure; 01/31; 1820

Frank Tibor; Kossuth and Shakespeare; 01/30; 1430

Friedrich Judit; Modern Woman in Search of a Self: Julia Kristeva _ Strangers to Ourselves; 02/01; 1050

Furkó Péter; see Nagy Tibor; 01/31; 1020

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Gadó Szilvia; Educational Drama at JPU: Language Development and/or Methology; 01/31; 1900

Géher István; Hamlet The Hungarian : A Living Monument; 01/31; 1800

Gergely Zsuzsa; Researching Early Bilingualism; 01/31; 1040

Gibson, Geoffrey and Kiss Tamás; Expectation Mismatch? A Look at the Varying Expectations of Trainees and Mentors Towards the Nature of Teaching Support During TP; 02/01; 1050

Glant Tibor; Apponyi and Roosevelt: The Story of a Unique Friendship; 01/31; 1840

Gula Marianna; Seeing is Believing or Believing is Seeing...? Flann O'Brien's The Third Policeman and George Berkeley's Theory of Vision; 02/01; 1130

GY

Gyôri Gábor; From Plural to Abstract: A Cognitive Semantic Analysis; 01/31; 1440

H

Halácsy Katalin; The Death of Edward (1035): The Backwater of Old English Poetry?; 01/30; 1650

Harmati Enikô; `Carnival for the Gods'; 02/01; 0910

Hartvig Gabriella; The Early Reception of Lawrence Sterne in Hungary; 01/31; 1040

Horváth József; A Report on the Cross-Marking Experience at JPU; 01/30; 1730

I

Ikegami, Yoshihiko; A Drift Toward Higher Transitivity in the English Verb and Its Typological Implications; 01/31; 1800

J

James, Beverly; From the Inside Looking In: Teaching American Culture in the U.S.; 01/31; 1400

Juhász Tamás; Frontiers of Culture: A Blakean Vision in Jim Jarmusch's Dead Man; 01/31; 1820

K

Kádár Judit; The Myth of Re-Creation: Historiographic Metafiction in Some Recent Canadian Novels; 01/30; 1650

Kakas Ibolya; Man and Media; 01/31; 1840

Kállay G. Katalin; The Mechanism of Suspense Birth and Death Suspended in E.A. Poe: `The Pit and the Pendulum'; 02/01; 0830

Kállay Géza; Bespeaking the Other: King Lear and Nothing; 01/31; 1820

Kamondi Jozefa; see Martin Wedell; 02/01; 0930

Károlyi Krisztina; The role of repetition in argumentation: An empirical study; 02/01; 1110

Kelly, Edward; Contradictions in Irish Foreign Policy: 1945-75; 02/01; 1030

Kiséry András; Shakespearean Genres; 01/31; 1840

Kiss Tamás; see Geoffrey Gibson; 02/01; 1050

Komlósi Imre László; Referential and Representational Meaning Theories in the Light of Computationalism; 01/31; 1420

Kopár Lilla; St Martin of ToursLiterary Tradition, Church Cult, and Folk Legends in Anglo-Saxon England; 01/31; 1630

Korponay Béla; Conceptual Constructions; 01/31; 1900

Kovács Éva; The Development of the Semantics of the Particle UP; 02/01; 0830

Kovács Zsuzsanna Mária; John Updike's Brave Miss Rabbit in the Jungle; 02/01; 0930

Kövecses Zoltán; In search of the metaphor system of English; 01/30; 1630

Kurdi Mária; Bodies Getting Around: Irony in the Endings of William Faulkner's Light in August and in William Trevor's Felicia's Journey; 01/31; 1040

Kurtán Zsuzsa; Interactive Processes in English Discourse for Specific Purposes; 01/31; 1520

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Laczkó Tibor; When English Noun Phrases Lose Their Heads; 02/01; 0930

Lieli Pál; British and American Participation in the Summer School of Debrecen University Before the 2nd World War; 02/01; 1030

Litovkina Anna; Is love always blind? American proverbs about love; 02/01; 1030

M

Maguire, Brian; Culture and Learning Styles; 02/01; 1110

Maróti Zsolt; The Role of Language in Imagist Poetry; 01/30; 1650

Márta Anett; Jigsaw translation and its implications to teaching; 01/31; 1800

Martsa Sándor; Animal Verbs; 01/31; 1840

Máthé Ilona; General Language - Specific Language; 01/31; 1400

Mecsnober Tekla; A Portrait of Art as Body: The Case of W.B. Yeats; 01/31; 1840

Mesterházi Márton; The Radio-Plays of Padraic Fallon; 01/30; 1710

Miklódy Éva; A Female Voice in the Harlem Renaissance: The Legacy of Zora Neale Hurston; 02/01; 0910

Molnár Edit Katalin; The English they Need: Students in the Academia; 01/31; 1000

Molnár Judit; The Polyphonic Reality of Italian-Canadian Literature; 01/31; 1000

Morse, Donald; The Country of the Gods or "The Return of Intellect to Imagination": The Fantastic in James Stephens's The Crock of Gold and Benedict Kiely's The Cards of the Gambler; 02/01; 0850

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Nádasdy Ádám; 01/31; 1600

Nagy Gabriella; Improvement of Speaking Skills in Medical English; 01/31; 1500

Nagy Tibor, Furkó Péter and Tóth Ágoston; `Accent-booting'; 01/31; 1020

Nagy Tibor; see also Bohács Ákos; 01/31; 1100

Németh Lenke; The American Dream `Genderized': A Study of Women Characters in David Mamet's House of Games, Speed-the-Plow and Oleanna; 02/01; 1130

Nikolov Marianne; see Bors Lídia; 01/30; 1650

Novák György; `Things have beginnings and ends': The end of Pound's Cantos; 01/30; 1710

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Ôrsi Tibor; Mistranslations in the Cotton Version of Mandeville's Travels; 02/01; 1050

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Pálffy István; Wesker's The Kitchen in Hungary; 02/01; 0850

Parrott, Jeremy; Zen and the art of quality maintenance: The sound of one hand clapping?; 01/31; 1600

Pelyvás Péter; Raising and the Nature of the Grounding Predication; 01/31; 1400

Péter Ágnes; Myth and Reality: Traditions of the English versus Hungarian `Feminine Note' in Fiction; 02/01; 1030

Péteri Éva; John Ruskin on The Nature of True Religious Art; 01/31; 1020

Poirier, Francois; 01/31; 1400

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Rácz István; Identities in Present-Day British Poetry; 01/31; 1900

Rawlinson Zsuzsa; The Literary Essays of Lytton Strachey; 01/31; 1000

Rébék-Nagy Gábor; Is there such a thing as `Medical English'?; 01/31; 1420

Renegar, Sandra L.; 01/31; 1600

Rouse, Andrew C.; The Role of Mediation in Oral Literature; 01/31; 1900

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Sankó Gyula; Problems of integrating information technology into the teaching and learning of EFL; 02/01; 1130

Sarkady Krisztina; Jazz and Race in Langston Hughes' Simple Columns; 01/31; 1400

Séllei Nóra; Fissures and Cracks in "the Phraseology" of Elizabeth Gaskell's Cranford; 02/01; 1110

Smith, Jeffrey Alyn; `Has American Studies Lost Its Minds?'; 01/31; 1400

Spittles, Brian; 01/31; 1400

Surányi Ágnes; Virginia Woolf and American Women Writers; 02/01; 1130

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Szabó Gábor; Breaking the Bank: Building a Language Test Item Bank at JPU; 01/30; 1710

Szaffkó Péter; The Past in Present Tense: Uses of the Past in Postcolonial Drama; 01/31; 1020

Szalay Edina; Paradigms of "Awakening": Confrontation with the Fictionality of the Self in Kate Chopin's The Awakening, Joyce Carol Oates's Do With Me What You Will, and Margaret Atwood's Surfacing; 01/30; 1730

Szalay Krisztina; Self-presentation in Wyatt's "The longe love that in my thought doeth harbar"; 01/30; 1730

Szamosi Gertrud; The ambivalent representation of Friday in Coetze's postcolonial discourse; 01/31; 1040

Szamosmenti Marianne; Tradition and Novelty in the Plays of Sam Shepard; 02/01; 0930

Szilassy Zoltán; The Present State of Shakespear(e)-ology in Hungary; 01/31; 1020

Szônyi György Endre; 01/31; 1600

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Tarnóc András; Manifestations of ethnic consciousness in `El Movimento' poetry; 01/31; 1400

Tóth Ágnes; From Bush Culture to Beach Culture: Australia's Dominant Cultural Myth Challenged; 01/31; 1100

Tóth Ágoston; see Nagy Tibor; 01/31; 1020

Tóth Tibor; Tradition and Modernism in Joseph Conrad; 01/31; 1040

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Vajda Zoltán; John C. Calhoun and the American Jeremiad; 01/31; 1820

Varró Gabriella; The "Comic Black" Stereotype in High Literature; 02/01; 1110

Virágos Zsolt; The American Century; 01/30; 1515

Printed in Pécs at Bornus Nyomda. Printing Supervisor: Borbély Tamás
Vöô Gabriella; Metaphysical Quest and Narrative Design in Melville's Mardi; 02/01; 1030

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Wappel Mónika; As I Lay Lying: Verbal Omni(m)potence in Faulkner; 01/31; 1000

Warta Vilmos; Embedded Case Reports: A Genre-Analysis Issue in Teaching English for Specific Purposes; 01/31; 1440

Wedell, Martin, Csépes Ildikó and Kamondi Jozefa; Perceptions of Progress in the Language Classroom; 02/01; 0930

Welch, Robert; Recent Irish Poetry; 01/31; 0830

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Zoltán Patrícia; Authentic Materials in the EFL Classroom; 02/01; 0830

Zombory Erzsébet; The Framing of `The Shrew'; 02/01; 0830

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Zsélyi Ferenc; `As I Lay Writing' Mothering Discourses; 01/31; 1020

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