Volume XX. Number 2 (2014)

Editor’s Notes

Jim Casey
Shaken Manhood: Age, Power, and Masculinity in Shakespeare

Csilla Bertha
Borderlines Destabilized—Witches and Witchcraft in Frank McGuinness’s Plays

Nicholas Grene
Urban Alienation and Mental Geography in Conor McPherson’s Dublin

Akos Seress
Theatres We Live By: Perspectives on Cognitive Theatre Studies

Eva Pataki
“This Dasht-e-Tanhaii called the planet Earth”: The Metamorphosis of Space and Identity in Nadeem Aslam’s Maps for Lost Lovers

Borbala Bokos
Palimpsestuous Intermediality: Paul Auster’s City of Glass (1985) and City of Glass: The Graphic Novel (1994)

Anna Kerchy
Picturebooks Challenging Sexual Politics. Pro-Porn Feminist Comics and the Case of Melinda Gebbie and Alan Moore’s Lost Girls



Kirsten J. Lawson
Scots: A Language or a Dialect? Attitudes to Scots in Pre-Referendum Scotland

Arianna Introna
A Post-Indyref Perspective on the “remainder of normal at the end of normal” in Scottish Literature: Disability, Miserablism, and Constitutional Patriotism

Attila Dosa
Review Essay: Douglas Dunn’s Poetic Performances


Michael C. Steiner
“The tribute of the current to the source”
(Judit Molnar, Narrating the Homeland: The Importance of Space and Place in Canadian Multicultural English-Language Fiction)

Donald E. Morse
The Irish Book We’ve Been Waiting For
(John Crowley, William J. Smyth, and Mike Murphy, eds. Atlas of the Great Irish Famine)

Maria Kurdi
Utopia and Responsibility: Theatre Culture in Northern Ireland
(Eva Urban, Community Politics and the Peace Process in Contemporary Northern Irish Drama)

Kalman Matolcsy
A New Voice on Space and Place in Hurston
(Peter Gaal-Szabo, “Ah done been tuh de horizon and back”: Zora Neale Hurston’s Cultural Spaces in Their Eyes Were Watching God and Jonah’s Gourd Vine)

Ted Bailey
Surveying the Field: Trends in African American Autobiography
(Eric D.Lamore, ed., Special Issue on African American Life Writing. a/b Auto/Biography Studies)

Attila Lenart-Muszka
The Author is Alive
(Dean J.Franco, Race, Rights & Recognition: Jewish American Literature since 1969)

Istvan Szabadi
A Parabolic Reading
(Gisela H. Kreglinger, Storied Revelations: Parables, Imagination, and George MacDonald’s Christian Fiction)

Brigitta Hudacsko
Journeying Jokes: Translating Verbal Humor in Literature
(Delia Chiaro, Translation, Humour and Literature)

Agnes Fuzessy-Bonacz
Milton’s Universe
(Gabor Ittzes and Miklos Peti, eds., Milton Through the Centuries)

Zsuzsanna Szaloki
Authors, Texts, and the Post-Victorian Literary Market
(Andrea Kirchknopf, Rewriting the Victorians: Modes of Literary Engagement with the l9h Century)