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With an analogous suppleness, strength, and variety of voices that received their translation of The Brothers Karamazov the PEN/Book-of-the-Month membership Prize, Pevear and Volokhonsky supply a super translation of Dostoevsky's vintage novel that provides a transparent perception into this spectacular mental mystery. "The top (translation) at present available"--Washington publish ebook international.
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11 A new approach Georg Friedrich Hegel, Johann Gottfried Herder, and other representatives off German Romanticism were the first to see the need for a link between national existence and linguistic expression; it aroused immediately interest among the Slavs in their linguistic traditions and their history. Among the intellectual elites of various Slavic peoples there was (and may still be) a national self-consciousness that was greater than a nationalism defined as supremacy y towards the exterior, as hegemony.
13 Branislav Varsik, Národnostný problém Trnavskej univerzity (Bratislava: Ucená spolecnost Šafaríkova v Bratislave, 1938), p. 235. , p. 237. 15 See Jozef Šimoncic, ‘Peter Pázman a Slováci v Trnave’, in Ústav dejín Trnavskej university, Fons tyrnaviensis I. K dejinám Trnavskej university. Konferencie, symposia, správy (Trnava: Ústav dejín Trnavskej university v Trnave, 2006), pp. 21–6. , Trnavská univerzita 1635–1777 (Trnava: Trnavská univerzita v Trnave, 1997), p. 55. 22 Whence h Centrall Europe??
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