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Tomus 5 Fasciculus 2 • 2003

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Tomus 5 Fasciculus 2 • November 2003
  • Szerző Bernardi, Ulderico
    Füzet Vol. V/2003/2
    Kategória Artes
    Oldal pp. 295-305
    Absztrakt The paper discusses the cultural hybridazation of the peoples of the Adriatic from the point of view of food identity. Venice was a grand empire during the era of the Serene Republic, a crossroads of knowledge of all kinds. People exerted their cultural influence from places like Veneto, Friuli, Istrana, Dalmatia, Israel, Albania, Greece, Armenia, Germany, and Turkey. The cultural excellence of patrician cuisine has its roots in this cultural mixture, with its expertise of Oriental spices (such as pepper, cinnamon, moscata nuts, cloves) and the unique preparation of dried salted fish. It is this aspect of the Adriatic that the present paper focuses on.
  • Szerző Alario, Leonardo R.
    Füzet Vol. V/2003/2
    Kategória Artes
    Oldal pp. 307-338
    Absztrakt Songs are not only the soundtracks of man's life, the melodies about his acts, reality, feelings, and state of mind ensnaring every aspect of his everyday life as well as the society he lives in, but they are also medicine that heal one - even if for just a moment - from anguish, pain, the chores of life. In times of suVering and famine, songs about food bring a dream of abundance with their vivid tone, chasing rhythm, and with their excessive enumeration of various dishes; however, they do not represent a state of happiness, rather, they reflect the unbearable pain the yearning for food and filling up the stomach bring about. Nevertheless, these songs were a kind of mental therapy, to release one from suffering. The present paper explores these songs on food, utilizing various papers written on this topic, as well as the results of diachronic and synchronic sociohistorical research.
  • Szerző Paál, Zsuzsanna
    Füzet Vol. V/2003/2
    Kategória Artes
    Oldal pp. 339-354
    Absztrakt The article attempts to present everyday religiousness and the effects of religion on culture, and illustrates them with a case study. Following Geertz (1994), the author emphasizes the qualitative aspect of religion. Based on some of the results of her field work carried out in Padova, the author shows that it is the individual and everyday religiousness that can lead us to gain a better understanding of the cultural dimensions of human behaviour. She goes on to illustrate the extent religion has rooted in traditional rural life, as well as providing examples and a brief analysis of everyday religious customs and the effect religion exerts on culture.
  • Szerző Csuday, Csaba
    Füzet Vol. V/2003/2
    Kategória Critica
    Oldal pp. 357-368
    Absztrakt In this interview in April 2003, the world famous Peruvian writer Mario Vargas Llosa speaks about his life and some of his novels with a special focus on the last one, El Paraiso en la otra esquina 'The Paradise on the other corner'. Llosa also talks about current issues, such as the political situation in Iraq, the European Union, and Cuba.
  • Szerző Rollin, Pascal
    Füzet Vol. V/2003/2
    Kategória Critica
    Oldal pp. 369-385
    Absztrakt At the beginning of the last century, Hungarian artists, including painters, photographers and writers, went on a pilgrimage to Paris, and were seduced by the very special atmosphere of the City of Light, definitely a place to see, and to be seen. This paper scrutinizes various texts, correspondences as well as autobiographies of some of the leading Hungarian writers (Endre Ady, Dezs? Kosztolányi, András Hevesi, Miklós Radnóti and Attila József ) to reveal how and how much they loved Paris.
  • Szerző Csuday, Csaba
    Füzet Vol. V/2003/2
    Kategória Critica
    Oldal pp. 387-396
    Absztrakt This paper sets off with the philosophical notion of Space, with special respect to Paul Natorp's and Heidegger's definitions. Then, it goes on to observe how this philosophical approximation can be related to the monologue entitled Ella imagina 'She imagines' by the Spanish writer, Juan José Millás. The paper attempts to find out the content and the meaning of the opposition 'inside' and 'outside' in the work and to describe how it characterizes the protagonist, as the reality of text.
  • Szerző Sità, Michele
    Füzet Vol. V/2003/2
    Kategória Critica
    Oldal pp. 397-408
    Absztrakt Nowadays, scientific progress seems to have reached such high levels that it can satisfy almost every human demand: mankind apparently has an absolute, unlimited, and sometimes irresponsible power at its disposal. As an opposition to the excesses of a technological civilization, Hans Jonas proposes an ethics based on responsibility, a kind of 'imperative' which puts the arrogance of a thoughtless progress to a halt. The consequences and the impacts of human activity have by now become unforeseeable, and man may well lose control of his technological successes by turning them into real failures, not only for himself but potentially for all of humanity. Man's responsibility must therefore depend not only on his own and his peers' life, but also, maybe above all, on the life of the next generations. Man needs to look at not only the immediate present but also at the perspectives in the long run: he should begin to think in the long term and thus needs to rediscover himself. The elaboration of a theory of responsibility is therefore focuses on that rediscovery, a recovery of the truest authenticity, and the wish for a better future.
  • Szerzők Angelini, Maria Teresa
    Fábián, Zsuzsanna
    Füzet Vol. V/2003/2
    Kategória Linguistica
    Oldal pp. 411-433
    Absztrakt In this article, the authors present their new dictionary of the valencies of about 550 Italian nouns, to be published in 2004. The structure of the dictionary is similar to previous Italian-Hungarian valencies dictionaries (published in 1996 and 1998, and also edited by the present authors): the argumental phrases of the selected lemmas (represented by the symbols currently in use in linguistics practice) are accompanied by examples collected from web pages on the Internet.
  • Szerző Kardos, Orsolya
    Füzet Vol. V/2003/2
    Kategória Linguistica
    Oldal pp. 435-447
    Absztrakt This paper analyses the fundamental vocabulary of Italian from a morphological point of view. The goal is to provide an overview of the most diVused derivational processes and to check whether they can contribute to the enrichment of the vocabulary of language learners in a productive way. The results could be of interest for teachers as well as lexicographers.
  • Szerző Antal, Beatrix
    Füzet Vol. V/2003/2
    Kategória Iuvenilia
    Oldal pp. 451-458
    Absztrakt The paper deals with the letters written by Aurora Formentini to his husband, Ádám Batthyány in the 1630s. The documents, which are of rather low historical interest, may be analysed in respect to their language. Nobody knows what the mother tongue of the Countess in fact was. What is known is that she was born in Gorizia (Friuli), was educated in Vienna and married in Hungary. Although she was educated at the emperor's court, her language use is far from any standard grammatical canon.
  • Szerző Drégeli, Krisztina
    Füzet Vol. V/2003/2
    Kategória Iuvenilia
    Oldal pp. 459-466
    Absztrakt In her paper, the author shows some manuscripts of Pietro Metastasio to be found in the Hungarian National Library from the point of view of language use. She reflects on the chronological sequence of the variations of two works of the poet, pointing out special aspects of their genesis.
  • Szerzők Petrovszki Lajszki, Brigitta
    Sità, Michele
    Füzet Vol. V/2003/2
    Kategória Recensiones
    Oldal pp. 469-478
    Recenziók Luigi Tassoni (a cura di): Introduzione alla letteratura italiana. Imago Mundi, Pécs, 2003, 194 pp. (Michele Sità)

    Maurizio Virdis (a cura di): Il Condaghe di Santa Maria di Bonarcado. Centro di studi filologici sardi/CUEC, Cagliari, 2002, CXCIX + 391 pp.
    Dino Manca (a cura di): Antonio Cano: Sa Vitta et sa Morte, et Passione de sanctu Gavinu, Prothu et Januariu. Centro di studi filologici sardi/CUEC, Cagliari, 2002, CXLIII + 207 pp.
    Giovanni Lupinu (a cura di): Il libro sardo della confraternita dei disciplinati di Santa Croce di Nuoro (XVI sec.). Centro di studi filologici sardi/CUEC, Cagliari, 2002, LIV + 127 pp.
    Giuseppe Marci (a cura di): Domenico Simon: Le piante. Centro di studi filologici sardi/CUEC, Cagliari, 2002, LIV + 95 pp.
    Giuseppe Marci (a cura di): Giuseppe Cossu: La coltivazione de' gelsi e propagazione de' filugelli in Sardegna. Centro di studi filologici sardi/CUEC, Cagliari, 2002, LXXIV + 517 pp.
    Luciano Carta (a cura di): Francesco Ignazio Mannu: Su patriota sardu a sos feudatarios. Centro di studi filologici sardi/CUEC, Cagliari, 2002, CCLV + 125 pp.
    (Petrovszki Lajszki Brigitta)
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