Two Different Cases of the "Self" Myth Which Is Not "Self"-Reliant: George Moore's The Untilled Field and T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land



The influence of early monolingual dictionaries and word lists on the standardisation of English spelling
Sönmez, Margaret Jeanne M. (Walter de Gruyter GmbH, 2001-01-01)
This paper aims to ascertain as precisely as possible what direct influence the early monolingual word lists and dictionaries may have had on the standardisation of English spelling. It is based upon research in which a quantitative analysis of the spellings of lemmas from the nine earliest published such lists and dictionaries was made and followed by a comparison of these lemmas and their spellings with the spellings from a manuscript and printed text of appropriate date. These word lists and dictionaries...
A tune-based account of Turkish information structure
Özge, Umut; Bozşahin, Hüseyin Cem; Zeyrek, Deniz; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2003)
Languages differ in the means they avail themselves of for the structural realization of information structure, where available options are word order,prosody and morphology. Turkish has long been characterized as predominantly using word order and its variation in realizing information structure, where certain positions in a sentence are associated with certain pragmatic functions related to information structure. Prosody has been proposed to play only a secondary role interacting with word order. Contrar...
Limits of the Imaginable in the Early Turkish Novel: Non-Muslim Prostitutes and Their Ottoman Muslim Clients
Yıldız Bağçe, Hülya (University of Texas Press, 2012-12-01)
An investigation of incidental vocabulary acquisition in relation to learner proficiency level and word frequency
Tekmen, E. Anne Ferrell; Daloğlu, Ayşegül (Wiley, 2006-06-01)
This study examined the relationship between learners' incidental vocabulary acquisition and their level of proficiency, and between acquisition and word frequency in a text. Participants were Turkish learners of English at three proficiency levels. One reading text and four vocabulary tests were administered over a two-week period. Analyses of the data revealed that lexical gains from reading were significant for each group (p < .05). The higher proficiency groups were able to acquire more words than lower...
Basic Elements of Narrative
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N. Birlik, “Two Different Cases of the “Self” Myth Which Is Not “Self”-Reliant: George Moore’s The Untilled Field and T.S. Eliot’s The Waste Land,” STUDIA NEOPHILOLOGICA, pp. 211–219, 2011, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: