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», in: Müller, Christian (ed.), Speaker Classification I , Berlin/Heidelberg/New York, Springer, 2007, 1–20. Dellwo, Volker, Leemann, Adrian & Kolly, Marie-José, «Speaker idiosyncratic rhythmic features in the speech signal», in: Electronic Proceedings of Interspeech , Portland/Oregon (USA), 2012. Online: < www.isca-speech.org/archive/interspeech_2012/i12_1584.html > (5.11.2014) (= 2012a). Dellwo, Volker, Schmid, Stephan, Leemann, Adrian, Kolly, Marie-José & Mueller, Mathias, «Speaker identification based on speech rhythm: the case of bilinguals», Abstract presented

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–91 . _____, ‘“Revolution” or “Deplorable School”? Chateaubriand ’ s Analysis of French and British Romanticism ’ , European Romantic Review 10/2 (1999), 231–41 . Mosse, George L., The Image of Man: The Creation of Modern Masculinity (New York: Oxford University Press, 1996). Mueller-­Vollmer, Kurt, ‘On Germany: Germaine de Staël and the Internationalization of Romanticism ’ , in Richard A. Block, Peter D. Fenve, and Géza von Molnár, eds, The Spirit of Poesy: Essays on Jewish and German Literature and Thought in Honor of Géza von Molnar (Evanston, IL: Northwestern

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alterity? How is it that Ophelia endures generation after generation? One explanation is found in a paradigmatic element of myth, the reoccurrence of the same, the pleasure of recognition of the familiar. There is a fascination, as Heiner Müeller explains, of “returning to the same,” even though, because of socio-historic transformations, “‘the return to the same ’ is simultaneously a return to something else” (qtd. in Koskinas, 189). Margaret Atwood clarifies that mythical narratives adapt to very different historical circumstances: “Strong myths never die. Sometimes

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(ed.): Kriminalromania , Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 1998, pp. 129–143. Faber, Karin (von): „Mord nach dem Abendbrot“, in: Hörzu (Grosses Jubiläumsheft – 700 Folgen Tatort) , Nr. 21, 24. Mai-30. Mai 2008, pp. 6–8. Ferniot, Christine: „Jean-Claude Izzo“, [Interview], in: Lire (juillet 1998/août 1998), http://www.lexpress.fr/culture/livre/jean-claude-izzo_802328.html (11.04.2016). Finke, Beatrix: Erzählsituationen und Figurenperspektiven im Detektivroman , Amsterdam: Grüner, 1983. Fischer-Hornung, Dorothea/Mueller, Monika (ed.): Sleuthing Ethnicity. The Detective

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compás: el primer tiempo (fuerte). 176. Ver fórmula matemática explicada en el capítulo de Metodología, apartado III–14. 177. Este comentario fue hecho en una “Declaración sincera” (“Offenherzige Erklärung”) impresa en: Erich H. Mueller von Asow. Richard Strauss, Tematisches Verzeichnis , Wien-Wiesbaden/München, Band I (1955). Después de la muerte del autor, el libro fue editado por Alfons Ott y Franz Trenner (1974). 178. Estudio: pequeña pieza musical destinada a la mejora de aspectos de la técnica del instrumentista. Generalmente se agrupan en colecciones. En