Volume XXI. Number 1 (2015)

Editor’s Notes

Zoltán Abádi-Nagy
Positioning Analysis of Intercultural Information Processing in a Multicultural Borderland:
Rudolfo A. Anaya’s Bless Me, Ultima

Don Gifford
Popular and Critical Taste

Erika Mihálycsa
“The no doubt calm language of the no”: Samuel Beckett’s Poetics in Light of His Published Correspondence

Zsolt Győri
“Animals rule! Timothy conquered!”: Escape, Capture, and Liminality in Werner Herzog’s Grizzly Man

Gabriella Moise
Engulfing Mirroring in To the Lighthouse

Marianna Gula
“The spirit has been well caught”: The Irish Dimension of the Canonical Hungarian Translation of Ulysses (1974) and Its Remake (2012)

Lenke Németh
Self–Respect Restored:
The Cultural Mulatto and Postethnic American Drama

Éva Mathey
Senator William Edgar Borah and the Question of Treaty Revision

Balázs Venkovits
“Proof of what a Hungarian woman is capable of”: Travels of Mrs. Mocsáry in the United States and Mexico

Donald E. Morse
Kurt Vonnegut: The Representative Post-World War II American Writer


Ákos Farkas
Busy Professors in the Barroom: Reading Marianna Gula Re-Reading Joyce
(Marianna Gula, A Tale of a Pub: Re-Reading the “Cyclops” Episode of James Joyce’s Ulysses in the Context of Irish Cultural Nationalism)

Ildikó Limpár
A Mirror Held up to a Shifting Subject
(Donald E. Morse, ed. Irish Theatre in Transition: From the Late Nineteenth to the Early Twenty-First Century)

Finian O’Gorman
Addressing the Audience for Irish Historical Pageantry
(Joan FitzPatrick Dean, All Dressed Up: Modern Irish Historical Pageantry)

Ureczky Eszter
Bodies of Power
(Arne De Boever, Narrative Care: Biopolitics and the Novel)

Máté Gergely Balogh
Perforating the Perspective of Superpowers:
Détente and Minor Powers
(Poul  Villaume and Odd Arne Westad, eds. Perforating the Iron Curtain: European Détente, Transatlantic Relations, and the Cold War, 1965-1985)