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Helge Schneider - The Paket: Super Helges phant...
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Guten Tach!Diese DVD-Box ist wie eine Wundertüte. Der Inhalt ist gut! Helge Schneider öffnet seinen Videokeller, in dem ca. 1.000 Kassetten darauf warteten, gehoben zu werden. Ein Schatz, der in Unzen gar nicht aufzuwiegen ist, sondern nur in Kilo! Auf den vorliegenden 11 DVDs finden Sie 28 Stunden historisches Material. 13 komplette Live-Shows (Solo oder mit Bands, darunter Hardcore und Muttertag Five) von 1989 bis 2016 sowie Helges Video-Zusammenschnitte seit den frühen 80er Jahren. Natürlich mit allen Kult-Hits von Hunderttausend Rosen, Mädchen wollen küssen und Ich stand auf der Straße über Katzeklo, Es gibt Reis, Baby, Meisenmann und Wurstfachverkäuferin bis hin zu Sommer, Sonne, Kaktus. Inklusive der legendären Erzählungen Paris, Heine-Literaturkreis, Is doch albern oder Akrobatik mit dem glatten Stuhl. Nicht zu vergessen: Helges umwerfende Versionen von House of New Orleans oder Take Five sowie etlichen Jazz-Standards!Lassen Sie sich entführen in eine Schatzkiste! Its a Fantasy! Aber es ist auch als wäre man selbst dabei...Ausstattung:DVD 1: 1989 - Helge & Muttertag Five live in Bochum und MünsterDVD 2: 1990 - Helge solo in Wuppertal und KölnDVD 3: 1991 - Helge & Hardcore - New York Im Coming (Konzert-Collage)DVD 4: 1993 - Helge & Hardcore - Guten Tach! (Wuppertal & Delbrück)DVD 5: 1994 - Helge & Hardcore - Es gibt Reis, Baby (Bochum)DVD 6: 1995 - Helge & Big Band - Es rappelt im Karton (München)DVD 7: 2002 - Helge & Band - Plautze voll (Hamburg)DVD 8: 2003 - Helge & Band - Verzei mir Baby (Weihnachten in Mülheim)DVD 9: 2011 - Helge & Band - Buxe voll (Hamburg)DVD 10: 2013 - Helge & Band - Ein bunter Sommerabend (Kiel)DVD 11: 2016 - Helge & Band - Lass k(n)acken, Oppa (Kiel)

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The Role of Women in Lillian Hellman´s 'The Lit...
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 2,3, University of Wuppertal, language: English, abstract: 1. Introduction The following paper deals with the female characters in the play 'The little foxes', written by Lillian Hellmann in 1939. In the United States the role of women in society changed drastically in the 20th century. In the past married women were homebound and dependent on their husbands, but they became active and independent in 1900. The increasing possibilities to work outside the house led to the fact that women became wage- earners. Finally, the women's attitude to life changed dramatically. In the beginning of this paper an overview of the historical background, considering the social role of women in the 20th century, is given. Afterwards, the change of the role of women will be exemplified by the female characters of Regina, Birdie and Alexandra in 'The Little Foxes'. Especially Regina and Birdie can be seen as contrastive examples because they show in an opposite way how to deal with their powerless role in the Hubbard family.

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A critical evaluation of Politeness research in...
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Bachelor Thesis from the year 2011 in the subject English - Miscellaneous, grade: 1,0, University of Wuppertal (Anglistik/Amerikanistik), language: English, abstract: As a way of establishing a general framework of the development of politeness research, I will give an overview of different theories: the first being the conversationalist maxim view, including the work of Grice, Lakoff and Leech; and the second being the face- saving view of politeness, including Brown and Levinson's model. Then, I will investigate how politeness is realised in German and English. For this purpose, I will firstly consider cultural specificities that determine linguistic politeness, examining dimensions of cross- cultural difference as proposed by Juliane House and critically evaluate these dimensions. Secondly, I will look at how politeness is reflected in the realisation of the speech act of request, drawing on results from a contrastive study on politeness markers by Juliane House and Gabriele Kasper. These will subsequently be compared to findings gained in other empirical works. Following the critical evaluation, I will also take a closer look at the significant role of modal particles in the modification of requests in order to account for some of the prevalent linguistic choices observed in the contrastive study. Finally, the paper ends with a summarising conclusion.

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The Role of Women in Lillian Hellman´s 'The Lit...
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 2,3, University of Wuppertal, language: English, abstract: 1. Introduction The following paper deals with the female characters in the play 'The little foxes', written by Lillian Hellmann in 1939. In the United States the role of women in society changed drastically in the 20th century. In the past married women were homebound and dependent on their husbands, but they became active and independent in 1900. The increasing possibilities to work outside the house led to the fact that women became wage- earners. Finally, the women's attitude to life changed dramatically. In the beginning of this paper an overview of the historical background, considering the social role of women in the 20th century, is given. Afterwards, the change of the role of women will be exemplified by the female characters of Regina, Birdie and Alexandra in 'The Little Foxes'. Especially Regina and Birdie can be seen as contrastive examples because they show in an opposite way how to deal with their powerless role in the Hubbard family.

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The Role of Women in Lillian Hellman´s 'The Lit...
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 2,3, University of Wuppertal, language: English, abstract: 1. Introduction The following paper deals with the female characters in the play 'The little foxes', written by Lillian Hellmann in 1939. In the United States the role of women in society changed drastically in the 20th century. In the past married women were homebound and dependent on their husbands, but they became active and independent in 1900. The increasing possibilities to work outside the house led to the fact that women became wage- earners. Finally, the women's attitude to life changed dramatically. In the beginning of this paper an overview of the historical background, considering the social role of women in the 20th century, is given. Afterwards, the change of the role of women will be exemplified by the female characters of Regina, Birdie and Alexandra in 'The Little Foxes'. Especially Regina and Birdie can be seen as contrastive examples because they show in an opposite way how to deal with their powerless role in the Hubbard family.

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A critical evaluation of Politeness research in...
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Bachelor Thesis from the year 2011 in the subject English - Miscellaneous, grade: 1,0, University of Wuppertal (Anglistik/Amerikanistik), language: English, abstract: As a way of establishing a general framework of the development of politeness research, I will give an overview of different theories: the first being the conversationalist maxim view, including the work of Grice, Lakoff and Leech; and the second being the face- saving view of politeness, including Brown and Levinson's model. Then, I will investigate how politeness is realised in German and English. For this purpose, I will firstly consider cultural specificities that determine linguistic politeness, examining dimensions of cross- cultural difference as proposed by Juliane House and critically evaluate these dimensions. Secondly, I will look at how politeness is reflected in the realisation of the speech act of request, drawing on results from a contrastive study on politeness markers by Juliane House and Gabriele Kasper. These will subsequently be compared to findings gained in other empirical works. Following the critical evaluation, I will also take a closer look at the significant role of modal particles in the modification of requests in order to account for some of the prevalent linguistic choices observed in the contrastive study. Finally, the paper ends with a summarising conclusion.

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The Role of Women in Lillian Hellman´s 'The Lit...
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 2,3, University of Wuppertal, language: English, abstract: 1. Introduction The following paper deals with the female characters in the play 'The little foxes', written by Lillian Hellmann in 1939. In the United States the role of women in society changed drastically in the 20th century. In the past married women were homebound and dependent on their husbands, but they became active and independent in 1900. The increasing possibilities to work outside the house led to the fact that women became wage- earners. Finally, the women's attitude to life changed dramatically. In the beginning of this paper an overview of the historical background, considering the social role of women in the 20th century, is given. Afterwards, the change of the role of women will be exemplified by the female characters of Regina, Birdie and Alexandra in 'The Little Foxes'. Especially Regina and Birdie can be seen as contrastive examples because they show in an opposite way how to deal with their powerless role in the Hubbard family.

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