Volume XVII. Number 2 (2011)

Editor’s Notes

Richard J. Lane
The First Black British Columbia Novel: Truman Green’s A Credit to Your Race

Haifeng Hui
The Changing Adaptation Strategies of Children’s Literature: Two Centuries of Children’s Editions of Gulliver’s Travels

Tamás Tukacs
“I am a camera”: Melancholia in Christopher Isherwood’s Goodbye to Berlin

Róbert Péter
Researching (British Digital) Press Archives with New Quantitative Methods

Gyula Somogyi
Representing the Trauma of Parting: Mourning Emerson’s “Hyacinthine Boy”

Jared Griffin
“Dancing with a ghost”: Revolution and Whiteness in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Offshore Pirate”


Ágnes Zsófia Kovács
Henry James in New York City and Lambert Strether in Paris: The Cultural Aspect of Experience in The American Scene and The Ambassadors

Andrea Kirchknopf
The Future of the Post-Victorian Novel: A Speculation in Genre

Ágnes Zsófia Kovács
The Master and the Pupil: Henry James and Colm Tóibín


Patricia Byrne
An Illuminating Journey through Irish Twentieth-century Drama
(Mária Kurdi, Representations of Gender and Female Subjectivity in Contemporary Irish Drama by Women)

Donald E. Morse
The Nonsensical Country of Flann O’Brien
(Carol Taaffe, Ireland through the Looking Glass: Flann O’Brien, Myles na gCopaleen and Irish Cultural Debate and Keith Hopper, Flann O’Brien: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Post-Modernist)

Giovanna Tallone
A Comprehensive View of the Irish Short Story
(Heather Ingman, A History of the Irish Short Story)

Rudolf Nyári
An Essential Tool for Dickens Research
(Michael Slater, Charles Dickens: A Life Defined by Writing)

Eszter Krakkó
Brontës with Brush in Hand
(Sandra Hagan and Juliette Wells, eds., The Brontës in the World of the Arts)

Csilla Timea Hosszu
To the Heartwood and Back Again
(Donald E. Morse and Kálmán Matolcsy, eds., The Mythic Fantasy of Robert Holdstock: Critical Essays on the Fiction)

Éva Pataki
A Transnational Approach to Contemporary Anglophone Literatures
(Silvia Schultermandl and Sebnem Toplu, eds., A Fluid Sense of Self: The Politics of Transnational Identity)

Boglárka Kiss
Gazing at the End
(Helen Vendler, Last Looks, Last Books)

Tímea Oláh
Double Exile
(Tibor Frank, Double Exile: Migrations of Jewish-Hungarian Professionals through Germany to the United States, 1919-1945)

Orsolya Zsuzsanna Szabó
On the WTF Generation
(Heather Urbanski, ed., Writing and the Digital Generation: Essays on New Media Rhetoric)

Zsuzsanna Magyar
Masculinity Stripped
(Todd W. Reeser, Masculinities in Theory: An Introduction)

Krisztina Kovács Lajterné
Mosaics of Madness
(Charley Baker, Paul Crawford, B. J. Brown, Maurice Lipsedge, and Ronald Carter, Madness in Post-1945 British and American Fiction)

Nikoletta Gergely
The Proliferation of Maternal Subjectivity in Female Autobiographical Discourses
(Andrea O’Reilly and Silvia Caporale Bizzini, From the Personal to the Political: Toward a New Theory of Maternal Narrative)

Eszter Ureczky
The Voice of the Organs
(Isabelle Lange and Zoë Norridge, eds., Illness, Bodies and Contexts: Interdisciplinary Perspectives)

Máté Gergely Balogh
The Disintegration of the Eastern Bloc
(Victor Sebestyen, Revolution 1989: The Fall of the Soviet Empire)

Attila Kárai
Mexican American History as a Challenge to the Notion of Race
(Gregory Rodriguez, Mongrels, Bastards, Orphans, and Vagabonds: Mexican Immigration and the Future of Race in America)

Kálmán Matolcsy
“That is Not Dead which Can Eternal Lie”
(S. T. Joshi, The Rise and Fall of the Cthulhu Mythos and Don G. Smith, H. P. Lovecraft in Popular Culture: The Works and Their Adaptations in Film, Television, Comics, Music and Games)