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Inter-/Trans-/Unidisciplinary Methods – Techniques

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Edited By Beata Ptaszyńska, Paulina Stanik and Stanisław Świtlik

Cultural historians, literary scholars and linguists have been concerned with the question of how the world can be understood and represented in text. This volume presents new questions, methods and approaches in Humanism by promoting scholarly work of young researchers who participated in the Inter-/Trans-/Unidisciplinary Methods – Techniques – Structures conference in Warsaw, Poland. In their analyses, the authors shed new light on works of literature, foreign cultures and languages of the world by adopting broad perspectives and using various methods. It contains eleven articles organized into the following parts: The World in Languages and The World in Literature.

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List of Contributors

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The World in Languages

Agnieszka Urniaż

The Colourful World of Plants. A Polyconfrontative Study of Colours in the Botanical Names of Plants

Urszula Majdańska-Wachowicz

The Form and Function(s) of Headlines in American Music Journalism

Paweł Matoga

The SPACETIME IS A FLEXIBLE MATERIAL Metaphor in Popular Science Texts on the Internet

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