Vol 5, No 2 (1983)

Table of Contents

Introductory

Table of Contents
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153-154

Articles

Austro-Slavism as the Motive of Kopitar's Work.
Sergio Bonazza
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155-164
From the Correspondence between Stanislav Škrabec and Jan Baudouin de Courtenay.
Rado L. Lencek
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165-188
The Beginnings of Modern Slovene Literary Scholarship.
Krešimir Nemec
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189-206
Problems in Language Contact and the Social Meaning of Language Among American Slovenes.
Joseph Paternost
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207-218

Literary Translations

Prešce, by Ivan Cankar. Introduced and translated by David Limon.
David Limon
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219-232

Book Reviews

Slovenian Heritage. Volume I. Edited by Edward Gobetz, with the assistance of Milena Gobetz and Ruth Lakner. Willoughby Hills, OH, 1980.
Matjaž Klemenčič
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233-235
Mirko Javornik. Pero in cas, II. Trieste, Washington, Buenos Aires: Založba Tabor, 1981.
William W. Derbyshire
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235
Daša Komac and Ružena Škerlj. Angleško-slovenski in slovensko-angleški slovar. 5th ed. Ljubljana: Cankarjeva Založba, 1981.
William W. Derbyshire
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236-238
Papers in Slavic Philology 2: To Honor Jernej Kopitar, 1780-1980. Edited by Rado L. Lencek and Henry R. Cooper, Jr. Ann Arbor: Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Michigan, 1982.
William B. Edgerton
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238-240
Prežihov Voranc. The Self-Sown: Bilingual Edition of a Slovene Classic. Translated and Introduced by Irma M. Ožbalt. New Orleans: Založba Prometej, 1983.
Henry R. Cooper, Jr.
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240-241

Miscellanea

Books Received.
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259-260
From the President.
Rado L. Lencek
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261-263