Vol 31, No. 1 (2009)

Table of Contents

Introductory

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Articles

Radical Nationalism and Facist Elements in Political Movements in Slovenia Between the Two World Wars.
Boris Mlakar
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Economic Concepts of Slovene Liberalism Before WW II
Žarko Lazarević
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21-30
Documentary Narratives in Post Modern Times: the United States and Slovenia
Leonora Flis
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31-49
Narration: On the Possibility of Historiographical Communication
Miran Štuhec
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51-61

Book Reviews

Irena Avsenik Nabergoj. Mirror of Reality and Dreams: Stories and Confessions by Ivan Cankar. Translated by Jason Blake. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2008.
John K. Cox
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63-66
Martin Grum. Slovenski prevajalski leksikon 1150-1945. Poskusni zvezek A-J. Ljubljana: Društvo slovenskih književnih prevajalcev and Inštitut za kulturno zgodovino ZRC SAZU, 2007
Donald F. Reindl
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66-69
Leslie Ann Wade, ed. and transl. Slovene Theatre and Drama Post-Independence: Four Plays by Slovene Playwrights. New York: Peter Lang, 2007.
John K. Cox
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70-74
Janja Žitnik Serafin Večkulturna Slovenija. (=Migracija 15) Ljubljana: Inštitut za slovensko izseljenstvo ZRC SAZU, 2008.
Timothy Pogacar
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74-78
Ivan Cankar. Martin Kačur: the Biography of an Idealist. Translated and with an introduction by John K. Cox Budapest, New York: Central European University Press, 2009
Henry R. Cooper, Jr.
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78-80

Miscellanea

Our Contributors
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Journal masthead
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