Studies in Literature and Language, Vol.8, No.3, June 30, 2014
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Table of Contents
|Anna Karenina: One Story, Two Storylines, and the Importance of Oblonsky|
|Jeff L. Perron||1-4|
|Exploring Language Teachers’ Evolving Conceptualizations of Language Variation|
|Larry L. LaFond, Seran Dogancay-Aktuna||5-14|
|Analysis of Perceived Difficulty Rank of English Skills of College Students in China|
|A Review of Cognitive Model: Experiments of Scalar Implicature|
|Si LIU, Huangmei LIU||22-28|
|Research on the Chinese College English Teaching Mode Inspired By Broaden-and Build Theory|
|Politeness in Restaurants of Different Grades|
|The Repression of Patriarchy and Imperialism in Barbara Kingslover’s The Poisonwood Bible|
|Halla A. Shureteh, Raja Al-Khalili||40-46|
|Research on Metaphorical Approach in Economic Vocabulary Teaching|
|The Subversion of Enlightenment Rationality: On Two Vision-Blocking Metaphors in J. M. Coetzee’s Waiting for the Barbarians|
|Problems of the Current Rural Public Culture Construction in China and Corresponding Countermeasures|
|Xue ZHANG, Xia CHENG||63-66|
|A Case Study of ESP Practice: Towards Better Tutoring of College Student Graduation Thesis Abstract and Introduction Writing|
|A Comparative Study of the Jerome Model and the Horace Model|
|Causes of Private Tutoring in English: Perspectives of Saudi Secondary School Students and Their Parents|
|Ghazi N. Alotaibi||79-83|
|The Six Principles of Chinese Writing and Its Application to Design As Design Idea|
|Fuzzy Language Translation in the Character Portrayal: With Special Reference to Yang Bi’s Translation of Vanity Fair|
|The Description of Death in Sutong’s Novel|
|Inextricable Hallmarks of the Era：The Breakthrough and Predicament of Liang Xiaosheng’s Writing|
|An Explanation on Blanche’s Tragedy in A Streetcar Named Desire|
|Study on the Effective Ways to Organize Business English Classes|
|Representation of Trauma in The Emperor Jones|
|BNC-Based Design of College English Vocabulary Teaching for Chinese College Students|
|“Who Am I”: Alice’s Quest for Knowledge and Identity in Wonderland|
|Challenging Universalism: Chinua Achebe’s Re-worlding Africa|
|Monir A Choudhury||133-138|
|Research on Transfer of Chinese on English Learning Based on Markedness Theory in China|
|On Darwinism in The Bridges of Madison County|
|Establishment of Meaning of Ink Wash Painting in Modern Times: Evolution of Chinese Ink Wash Painting as a Formal Language of Oriental Figure Painting|
|Writing Evolution Initiated by Naxi-Sino Writing Contact|
|A Study of Names and Dialogues as Functional Tools in Iyayi’s The Contract|
|Gbenga Solomon Ibileye, Muhammed-Badar Salihu Jibrin||160-165|
|Littérature Féminine, Esprit National. Découverte et Traductions de la Poésie Allemande des Lumières dans le Journal Encyclopédique|
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