Frazeológiai kapcsolatok a brit és amerikai történetírásban

Frank, Tibor [Frank, Tibor (Új- és legújabbko...), szerző] Amerikanisztika Tanszék (ELTE / BTK / AngAm_I)

Magyar nyelvű Tudományos Szaktanulmány (Könyvrészlet)
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      This article discusses the use of phrases in modern British and American history writing. World English is characterized by the growing use of local phraseologies. Historical phrases have a much more general and richer meaning than what their component elements would suggest. The article presents a few phrases from British (Two Nations, Great Exhibition, Crystal Palace, The White Man’s Burden), American (Manifest Destiny, Boston Tea Party, Nation of Immigrants, Square Deal, New Deal, New Frontier, Great Society, Star Wars, Affirmative Action, Political Correctness [PC]) and international (Gold Standard, Iron Curtain, Cold War, Displaced Persons, push/pull factors, center/periphery, imperial overreach) history, defines them and provides a historical analysis of their origins and meaning. A historical phrase can be a metaphor or a symbol, but it is always a historical product, It can only be understood through its historical background. In historical discourse it is often associated with images and mental pictures.
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      2022-01-27 20:51