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See detailLiteracy in Germany. Country Report. Children and adolescents and adults
Garbe, Christine; Grotluschen, Anke; Lafontaine, Dominique ULg et al

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See detailLiteracy in Germany. Country Report. Short Version
Garbe, Christine; Lafontaine, Dominique ULg; Mallows, David et al

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See detailLiteracy in Greece. Country Report. Children and adolescents
Garbe, Christine; Koutsogiannis, Dimitris; Lafontaine, Dominique ULg et al

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See detailLiteracy in Hungary. Country Report. Children and adolescents
Garbe, Christine; Lafontaine, Dominique ULg; Shiel, Gerry et al

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See detailLiteracy in Iceland. Country Report. Children and adolescents
Arnadottir, Erna; Garbe, Christine; Kristmundsson, Gudmundur et al

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See detailLiteracy in Ireland. Country Report. Children and adolescents
Curtin, Alicia; Garbe, Christine; Hall, Cathy et al

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See detailLiteracy in Italy. Country Report. Children and adolescents
Balbinot, Valeria; Cunha, Juliana; Garbe, Christine et al

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See detailLiteracy in Lithuania. Country Report - Children and Adolescents
Garbe, Christine; Lafontaine, Annette; Masiulienė, Laura et al

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See detailLiteracy in Malta. Country Report. Children and adolescents
Mifsud, Charles; Petrova, Rositsa; Garbe, Christine et al

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See detailLiteracy in Norway. Country Report. Children and adolescents
Garbe, Christine; Kovacs, Maria; Lafontaine, Dominique ULg et al

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See detailLiteracy in Portugal. Country Report. Children and adolescents
Arqueiro, Ana; Cunha, Juliana; Garbe, Christine et al

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See detailLiteracy in Romania. Country Report.
Valtin, Renate; Garbe, Christine; Toia, Maria et al

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See detailLiteracy in Sapin. Country Report. Children and adolescents
Benitez Sastre, Laura; D'Angelo Menendez, Estela; Garbe, Christine et al

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See detailLiteracy in Scotland. Country Report. Children and adolescents
Jonhson, Sandra; Young, Myra; Garbe, Christine et al

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See detailLiteracy in Slovenia. Country Report. Children and adolescents
Doupona Horvat, Marjeta; Garbe, Christine; Lafontaine, Dominique ULg et al

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See detailLiteracy in Sweden. Country Report. Children and adolescents
Garbe, Christine; Lafontaine, Dominique ULg; Persson, Ulla-Britt et al

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See detailLiteracy in the Netherlands. Country Report. Children and adolescents
Garbe, Christine; de Krosse, Hedwig; Lafontaine, Dominique ULg et al

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See detailThe Literal and the Metaphoric: Paradoxes of Figuration in the Work of Janet Frame
Delrez, Marc ULg

in Commonwealth : Essays and Studies (2011), 33.2(Spring 2011), 10-20

This essay attempts to address Janet Frame’s fondness for strategies of literal expression, a formal aspect of her work often pinpointed by the critics but never examined systematically, perhaps because ... [more ▼]

This essay attempts to address Janet Frame’s fondness for strategies of literal expression, a formal aspect of her work often pinpointed by the critics but never examined systematically, perhaps because it displays a mercurial quality, inseparable from the author’s wit, which resists easy classification. What can be established at any rate is that Frame’s leaning towards literality cannot be dissociated from her interest in metaphor – rather as if the literal, by virtue of constituting the ground zero of metaphor, implicitly pointed to further layers of meaning subliminally encoded in her texts. Thus it is argued that the literal in Frame tends to gesture towards its equivalent in metaphor, and vice versa, in a way which can be correlated with her thematic preoccupation with another shift of levels, occurring whenever she stages a creative personality keen to transform the ontological given provided by the real in terms of intuited correspondences in a more visionary dimension. [less ▲]

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