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Tomus 4 Fasciculus 1 • 2002

Tomus 4 Fasciculus 1 • Julius 2002

  • Peccato e libero arbitrio: Dante nel Paradiso Terrestre
    Author Király, Erzsébet
    Issue Vol. IV/2002/1
    Category Artes
    Pages pp. 5-21
    Abstract In this article the Author provides a new interpretation of sin and free will in Dante's Comedy. She analyses first of all the "veglio" of Crethe, the speech of Marco Lombardo and the vision of the "femina balba", showing the new motives in the encounter of Dante with a new situation. In the Paradise on Earth every tension is absent: peace replaces the "war" of proceeding and piety.
  • Sul commento di Giovanni da Serravalle alla Commedia
    Author Mátyus, Norbert
    Issue Vol. IV/2002/1
    Category Artes
    Pages pp. 23-42
    Abstract The subject of this article is Giovanni da Serravalle's commentary on Dante's Comedy. The Author argues that Michele Barbi's and Carlo Dionisotti's evaluation of the translation and commentary has to be completed by another point of view: the dependence of Giovanni da Serravalle from other chiosatori on the 14th century. He chooses the interpretation problems of veltro to show this.
  • Il comentum di Benvenuto da Imola e gli ungheresi
    Author Szörényi, László
    Issue Vol. IV/2002/1
    Category Artes
    Pages pp. 43-53
    Abstract The Author provides a survey on the presence of references to Hungary and Hungarians in Benvenuto da Imola's commentary on Dante's work. These references were used until now as indications for the dating - Szörényi shows several elements that refer to Louis I, the Great's military campain against Naples. Of course, Benvenuto's information about Hungary does not seem very rich.
  • I libri di calligrafia nel Rinascimento italiano e Giovanbattista Palatino. Una breve introduzione
    Author Barbieri, Edoardo
    Issue Vol. IV/2002/1
    Category Artes
    Pages pp. 55-64
    Abstract Official history writing states that there is an abrupt change in comunication technology with the invention of printing. Barbieri argues that the opposition is to be reinterpreted and shows how hand written books and printed books are connected in history, having the first as a model for the first in every sense. Another contact point is shown in the books of calligrapy of the 15th and 16th centuries, an often forgotten aspect of the history of book printing.
  • Pronombres clíticos y construcciones de infinitivo en la Crónica de veinte reyes
    Author Berta, Tibor
    Issue Vol. IV/2002/1
    Category Linguistica
    Pages pp. 67-89
    Abstract The article compares the conditions of clitic climbing in modern and medieval Spanish. The purpose of this comparison is to prove and illustrate - using the examples of a medieval text in prose - that conditions of clitic climbing vary during the different stages of the evolution of Spanish.
  • The phonemicity of glides in Spanish: cambia vs. rocía
    Author Bárkányi, Zsuzsanna
    Issue Vol. IV/2002/1
    Category Linguistica
    Pages pp. 91-104
    Abstract In the present article I will argue that there is no need to posit underlying glides in Spanish because the syllabicity of high vowels (i, u) is determined by the stress pattern of the word and the segmental environment of the vowels. I will also argue that non-alternating rising diphthongs and falling diphthongs can uniformly be accounted for in the framework of strict CV (Lowenstamm 1996).
  • Convenance et resistance en F.L.E. (Français Langue Etrangère): le cas des étudiants chinois
    Authors Charmet, Anne
    Martin, Evelyne
    Issue Vol. IV/2002/1
    Category Linguistica
    Pages pp. 105-115
    Abstract This article defines convenience in foreign language teaching as a necessity to adapt teaching process to students' needs and expectations. On the basis of their teaching experience with Chinese learners, Ms Charmet and Ms Martin present a thorough error analysis and thus propose a method which is conform to Chinese way of thinking as well as to Chinese learning habits: amusing activities which lead students from repetition drills to a reflective and creative language use, with special attention to phonological difficulties.
  • Nomi propri italiani nell'ungherese IV: Marchionimi
    Author Fábián, Zsuzsanna
    Issue Vol. IV/2002/1
    Category Linguistica
    Pages pp. 117-138
    Abstract The article is the fourth part of a series analysing the lexicographical presence of Italian in Hungarian language: after names of persons places and institutions the Author focuses now on trade marks. She shows the specialities of this sector of the lexicon: the intentions of marketing, the lexicalization process and the high speed of changes. She provides a large range of examples, cathegorized by a linguistical tipology: abbreviations, derived and composed names, sintagmatical and phrasal ones.
  • Diplomi ungheresi nell'archivio generale dell'ordine dei predicatori a Roma
    Author Szőnyi, Tamás
    Issue Vol. IV/2002/1
    Category Iuvenilia
    Pages pp. 141-146
    Abstract The author is a graduated student of Pázmány Péter Catholic University who carried out research in Rome for three months in 1999. In this period he found in the General Archives of the Dominican Order several documents related to Hungary which arrived to Rome presumably after the second world war. In this paper he is presenting two of these documents that he is now studying on photographs. The two Latin texts are from the beginning of the XVIth century and contain valuable informations for researchers of the history of asile right.
  • Pier Paolo Vergerio e Coluccio Salutati
    Author Solymosi, Milán
    Issue Vol. IV/2002/1
    Category Iuvenilia
    Pages pp. 147-163
    Abstract In this article we have an overview of the life and activity of Pier Paolo Vergerio, an Italian humanist who lived for 26 years in Hungary, at the court of Sigismund of Luxemburg. The Author shows the relations of Vergerio with contemporary other Italian humanists, specially Coluccio Salutati and indicates possible connections with the second generation of Humanism in Hungary.
  • Le père absent et le fils en exil. L'image négative de l'enfant prodigue. Esquisses du dialogue Pilinszky - Camus
    Author Szávai, Dorottya
    Issue Vol. IV/2002/1
    Category Critica
    Pages pp. 167-186
    Abstract In this essay the author proposes a hypothesis: "sin and prayer" constitute one of the most complex metaphors of János Pilinszky's poetry. The study has a double structure: the vertical dimension is given by the examination of the dialogues coming from Pilinszky's poetry and Dostoievstky's, Kafka's and Camus' works, meanwhile the horizontal one places this intertextual analysis in the context of the poems, revealing the basic role of "sin and prayer".
  • Place et rôle de la figure féminine chez Emile Zola à travers l'étude de trois oeuvres: L'assommoir, Germinal et La Bête Humaine
    Author Payet, Marie
    Issue Vol. IV/2002/1
    Category Critica
    Pages pp. 187-196
    Abstract The main theme in Émile Zola's literary work is to reconsider man's place in the universe, his future and furthermore, the place and the role of works of art in society. Zola, first of all places his characters into an environment which determines them and limits their freedom. The material proposed here is an extract of a research on the character system established by Émile Zola while creating his social fresco, Les Rougon-Macquart.
  • Le respect du passé engendre la promesse de l'avenir. Odyssée historique avec Antonine Maillet
    Author Vajk, Zsuzsanna
    Issue Vol. IV/2002/1
    Category Critica
    Pages pp. 197-203
    Abstract The study presents an analysis of Canadian French literature in general and in particular that of the literary work of Antonine Maillet. We become acquainted with several particulars of the history of the Acadiens, which will constitute an interpretation of History, and which is put into parallelism with the Ancient Testament's events, Rabelais, Homer and Virgil. At the same time, the examination of Maillet's registers of styles highlight the metaphors of a local-global human history.