Volume XXIV. Number 1 (2018)

Editor’s Notes

Eszter Edit Balogh
From Heroic Soldiers to Geometric Forms and Suffering Wrecks: The Transformation of the Male Body in the Art of World War I

István D. Rácz
“If I Should Die”: Attitudes to the Dead Hero in British Poetry of the Great War

Éva Pataki
Emotional Urban Spaces: Atmosphere, Fascination, and Phantasmagoria in Sunetra Gupta’s The Glassblower’s Breath (1993)

Silvia Caporale-Bizzini
Urban Space as Spatial Biography in Anthony De Sa’s Barnacle Love and Kicking the Sky

Gabriella T. Espák
Cultural Visions and Constitutional Reforms in Canada in the 1980s and 90s

Gilbert McInnis
The Posthuman Vision of Philip K. Dick in Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

Sándor Czeglédi
Language and the Continental Congress: Language Policy Issues in the Founding Documents of the United States from 1774 to 1789

Tibor Glant
Nixon, Ford, Kissinger, and the Holy Crown of Hungary in Bilateral Relations

Máté Gergely Balogh
Killing the Canard: Saint Stephen’s Crown, Nixon, Budapest, and the Hungarian Lobby

Róbert Takács
Hollywood Ascendant: American Films in Hungary in the 1970s

REVIEWS

Ondřej Pilný
Dermot Healy, Resourceful Playwright
(Keith Hopper and Neil Murphy, eds. Dermot Healy: The Collected Plays)

Attila Dósa
Larkin’s Poetics
(István D. Rácz, Philip Larkin’s Poetics: Theory and Practice of an English Post-War Poet)

Annalisa Volpone
Between Addiction and Cultivation: Coleridge’s Modern Turn
(Andrea Timár, A Modern Coleridge: Cultivation, Addiction, Habits)

Katalin Pálinkás
What Makes the Genre of Lyric Compelling?
(Jonathan Culler, Theory of the Lyric)

Boglárka Kiss
Unlearning Gender
(Jemima Repo, The Biopolitics of Gender)

Ottilia Veres
J. M. Coetzee, the Craftsman
(David Attwell, J. M. Coetzee and the Life of Writing: Face-to-Face with Time)

Zsuzsanna Nagy-Szalóki
The Architecture of the Self
(Andrew Hock Soon Ng, Women and Domestic Space in Contemporary Gothic Narratives: The House as Subject)

Babett Rubóczki
The “Latina Madwoman” at the Crossroads of Harm and Hope
(Laura Halperin, Intersections of Harm: Narratives of Latina Deviance and Defiance)

Eszter Ureczky
Preserving Past Tastes
(Wendy Wall, Recipes for Thought: Knowledge and Taste in the Early Modern English Kitchen)

József Szabolcs Fagyal
The Range of Intertextual Resonances: Conrad as a Popular Writer
(Andrew Glazzard, Conrad’s Popular Fictions: Secret Histories and Sensational Novels)

ABSTRACTS