Volume XXV. Number 1 (2019)

Zsolt Győri
Editor’s Notes

CITIES: LITERATURE AND THE URBAN IMAGINATION
Ágnes Györke
Introduction

Peter Arnds
Of Monsters and Migrants: On the Loss of Sanctuaries in Literature as a Parable of Biopolitics in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries

Huseyin Altindis
The Lucky Leaf Casino: A Retroscape in Cynthia Shearer’s The Celestial Jukebox

Zsuzsanna Lénárt-Muszka
Coming of Age and Urban Landscapes in Edward P. Jones’s “Spanish in the Morning” and “The Girl Who Raised Pigeons”

Zsolt Bojti
Slum or Arcadia? Hungary as “Other Space” in Imre by Edward Prime-Stevenson

Imre Olivér Horváth
From Achilles’s Tent to a San Francisco Restaurant: Imaginations of the Closet in Thom Gunn’s Poetry

Anna Maria Tomczak
Bridging the Narrative Gap: The Ghost Narrator in Marlon James’s A Brief History of Seven Killings (2014)

Teresa Botelho
“. . . one part life, and nine parts the other thing”: Painters and the Stage

András Beck
The Creation of Artists and Audiences in Morna Pearson’s The Artist Man and the Mother Woman (2012)

Joakim Wrethed
John Williams’s Stoner and Literature as Dark Matter in the Age of Educational Managerialism

Pál Hegyi
The Weird Impossibility of Story

REVIEWS

Ákos Farkas
The Truth of Beauty and the Goodness of Chaos: Jim Clarke’s Nietzschean Burgess
(Jim Clarke. The Aesthetics of Anthony Burgess: Fire of Words)

Joachim Fischer
Utopian Horizons in Hungary
(Zsolt Czigányik, ed. Utopian Horizons: Ideology, Politics, Literature)

Lenke Németh
“Close your eyes. Picture a character. . .”: A Route to Imagery and Creativity
(Anne García-Romero. The Fornes Frame: Contemporary Latina Playwrights and the Legacy of Maria Irene Fornes)

Dorottya Mózes
The Middle Passage in Black Expressive Culture
(Frank Wilker. Cultural Memories of Origin: Trauma, Memory, and Imagery in African American Narratives of the Middle Passage)

Boróka Prohászka-Rád
Death onto Life—A Guide to Edward Albee
(Matthew Roudané. Edward Albee: A Critical Introduction)

Ildikó Limpár
Dracula Addressing Old and New
(Marius-Mircea Crişan, ed. Dracula: An International Perspective)

Andrea Tóth
Normative Senses of Spaces, Radical Places of Genders
(Kovács Ágnes Zsófia and László B. Sári, eds. Space, Gender, and the Gaze in Literature and Art)

Babett Rubóczki
Can Female Resistance Emerge from Vulnerability?
(Judith Butler, Zeynep Gambetti, and Leticia Sabsay, eds. Vulnerability in Resistance)

Fanni Feldmann
Decolonizing the Second World
(Madina Tlostanova. Postcolonialism and Postsocialism in Fiction and Art: Resistance and Re-existence)

Barnabás Baranyi
Surveil and Let Surveil
(Susan Flynn and Antonia McKay, eds. Spaces of Surveillance: States and Selves)

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