Archív Orientální 75:3

[Archív Orientální, 75:3]  2007.  
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
India and the Czech Lands
India and Czechoslovakia Between Two World Wars: Similar Experiences, Shared Dreams and a Common Purpose
Stanislava Vavroušková
259–278
India as Reflected in Czech Consciousness in the Era of the National Revivalist Movement of the Nineteenth Century (ca. 1800-1848)
Jaroslav Strnad
279–280
Indian Literature
The Concepts of Painting and the Figure of the Painter as Described in Selected Sanskrit Sources
Isabella Nardi
291–303
He Who Dwells in the City of the Hearts of All: Notes on the Nature of Rām in Hindi Literature
Danuta Stasik
305–327
Indians and the West as Seen by Premcand and by Contemporary Hindi Writers
Dagmar Marková
329–349
Zindagīnāmā : The Undivided Panjab of Krishna Sobti
Mariola Offredi
351–372
Water as Symbol: Transformation and/or Re-Birth in the Indian Anglophone Novel
Ludmila Volná
373–394
Linguistic Articles and Notes
Dravidian and Altaic ‘to bend / to bow – elbow/ knee /ankle’
Jaroslav Vacek
395–410
Types of Semantic Reduplication in Tamil
Pavel Hons
411–424
Semantic Properties of the Verbo-Nominal Syntagmas (VNS) in Hindī
Svetislav Kostic
425–434
Book Reviews and Notes
Eva Wilden, Literary Techniques in Old Tamil Caṅkam Poetry. The Kuṟuntokai.
Reviewed by Jaroslav Vacek
435–436
Thomas Oberlies, A Historical Grammar of Hindi.
Reviewed by Svetislav Kostic
436–437
Danuta Stasik and Anna Trynkowska (ed.),Teaching on India in Central and Eastern Europe. Contributions to the 1st Central & Eastern European Indological Conference on Regional Cooperation (Warsaw, 15-17 September 2005).
Reviewed by Svetislav Kostic
438–439
Our Contributors
441–443
Subjects & Metadata
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General