Vol 13, No 1 (1991)

Table of Contents

Introductory

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Articles

Oton Župančič and Slovene Modernism.
Henry R. Cooper, Jr.
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3-18
Two Gentleman Travelers in the Slovene Lands in 1737.
Catherine D. Carmichael
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19-28

Roundtable

The Dimensions of Sociolinguistic Language Attitudes.
Rado L. Lencek
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27-32
The Case of Slovene in Koprščina.
Jana Kobav
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33-37
The Case of the Slovene Minority in Italy.
Emidij Susič
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37-46
The Case of the Slovene Minority in Austria.
Tom M.S. Priestly
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46-51

Conference Papers

The History of Philosophy in Slovenia: a Brief Sketch.
Frane Jerman
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53-56
The Philosophical Contributions of Anton Erber (1695-1746)
Ivan Boh
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57-69
The Sensory Basis of Content in Veber.
Matjaž Potrč
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71-90
The Question of Literary Transmission and Mediation: Aesthetic, Linguistic and Social Aspects of Slovene Translations from American Verse Until 1945.
Igor Maver
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91-99
The Myth of America in Slovene Literature up to the Second World War.
Jerneja Petrič
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101-106
The Myth of America and the Society of St. Raphael.
Andrej Vovko
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107-110
Louis Adamic's Image of America as It Has Been Presented to the Slovene Reading Public.
Janja Žitnik
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111-116

Literary Translations

Five Modern Poets.
Nataša Benkič
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117-121

Miscellanea

Forthcoming Contributions
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123
Our Contributors
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125-126