Vol 24, No 1-2 (2002)

Table of Contents

Introductory

Table of Contents
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1-2

Articles

Two Solitudes Revisited: A Historiographical Survey of Collaboration in Slovenia during World War II.
Gregor Krajnc
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3-26
The Status of the "Syllabic" Trill in Slovene: a Phonological and Phonetic Analysis.
Mark J. Jones
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27-45
Macroeconomic Policy in Slovenia Prior to Monetary Union Accession.
Peter Mikek
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47-72
Macroeconomic Fluctuations in Slovenia and Croatia.
Jagrič Timotej
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Literary Translations

Branko Gradišnik. Strictly Confidentially Around Sicily. Translated by Maja Visenjak Limon
Maja Visenjak Limon
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89-109

Book Reviews

Aleš Berger, ed. The Key Witnesses: the Younger Slovene Prose at the Turn of the Millenia. Ljubljana: Slovene Writers' Association, 2003. (Litterae Slovenicae, 102)
Alenka Žbogar
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111-114
Daniele Conversi. German-Bashing and the Breakup of Yugoslavia. Seattle: The Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington. 1998. (Donald W. Treadgold Papers, 16)
Patrick Moore
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114-117
Jože Faganel with Darko Dolinar, eds. France Prešeren, kultura, Evropa. Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, 2002.
Henry R. Cooper, Jr.
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117-118
William W. Derbyshire, with Marta Pirnat-Greenberg. A Learner's Dictionary of Slovene: With Words in their Inflected Forms. Bloomington, IN: Slavica, 2002.
Meta Klinar
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118-121
William W. Derbyshire, with Marta Pirnat-Greenberg. A Learner's Dictionary of Slovene: With Words in their Inflected Forms. Bloomington, IN: Slavica, 2002.
Donald F. Reindl
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122-127
Darko Dolinar and Marko Juvan, eds. Kako pisati literarno zgodovino danes?: razprave. Ljubljana: ZRC SAZU, 2003.
Timothy Pogacar
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127-132
Mojmir Mrak, Matija Rojec and Carlos Silva-Jaurégui, eds. Slovenia: From Yugoslavia to the European Union. Washington, DC: The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/The World Bank, 2004.
Brian Požun
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132-136

Miscellanea

Our Contributors
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