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A. BLOK AND W. B. YEATS: SIMILAR APPROACH TO SYMBOLIST DRAMA

It is a reliable fact that the Russian poet Alexander Blok and the Irish poet William Butler Yeats did not know each other and never read each other's works. However, there is a remarkable resemblance in themes, motifs and even in the structure of their writings. They both belong to the famous international literary movement of fin de siecle called Symbolism. This fact itself allows us to make a typological juxtaposition of Blok's and Yeats' works. First of all, it is necessary to point out the following constituents of symbolism that are clearly represented in all writings of the Russian and Irish poets.



SANSHIRO AND THE VISUAL ARTS

Natsume Soseki (1867-1916) wrote novels which have close links to the visual arts. This paper examines the artistic inspiration drawn from his experience in London for his novel Sanshiro (1908). The discussion will be divided into the following three points: Soseki's description of Mineko, the heroine of Sanshiro, relating her to the paintings by Jean-Baptiste Greuze(1725-1805) ; its analogy with girls typical of Symbolist motifs, and Soseki's understanding of and sympathy with Symbolism, his contemporary artistic climate.



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LINGUISTIC ASPECTS OF GLOBALISATION AND FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING TO ADULT LEARNERS

An urgent need for a new education paradigm for the 21st century debated in the 1980s-1990s has resulted in new approaches to education goals, methods, and teacher-student relationships



CULTURAL KNOWLEDGE AND AWARENESS IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE EXAMINATIONS IN ENGLAND AT ADVANCED LEVEL

This article is concerned with the changing perception of the cultural component in Advanced Level foreign language examinations in England and Wales. To make the context of the discussion clear, it will be helpful, firstly, to provide some background to the school examination system.



HOMESTAY FOR JAPANESE STUDENTS IN THE UK: DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE ORIENTATION COURSES IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE

This article is based on research carried out by the author during 2002 and aims to explore homestay programmes in the UK and the factors which, according to students and teachers, make the experience meaningful, productive and effective. The study employed questionnaires on the basis of the experience of 48 adolescent Japanese students in homestay programmes in the UK and interviews conducted chiefly with six teachers who were in charge of the programmes. It is suggested that it would be better for students to prepare for their experience by increasing their cultural knowledge, about both Britain and Japan, as well as their communicative English ability, before they leave Japan.



ASPECTS INTERCULTURELS DE LENSEIGNEMENT DU FRANçAIS CHEZ LES APPRENANTS RUSSES

La réflexion sur les problèmes interculturels dans l'enseignement/apprentissage du français langue étrangère en Russie suscite une mise en valeur de différents facteurs: anthropologiques, historiques, politiques, ethnosocioculturels, etc. La Russie comme milieu de référence représente une difficulté particulière, car les évènements de 1917 ont séparé les deux pays politiquement, et le rattrapage du « temps perdu » s'effectue très lentement.



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