Volume XXV. Number 2 (2019)

Lenke Németh
Editor’s Notes

Krzysztof Majer
A Train to Castle Von Aux: Transnational Spaces in Patrick deWitt’s Undermajordomo Minor

Judit Friedrich
Levels of Discomfort: Paul Beatty’s The Sellout as the First American Novel to Win the Man Booker Prize

Ildikó Limpár
Theater within the Graphic Novel about Theater: Neil Gaiman’s Concept of the Artist in His “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

Katarína Havranová
The Memory of Land in Cherríe Moraga’s Heroes and Saints

Special Section
Competing Traditions: The Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Irish Literatures between Realism and Experimentalism
Guest Editors: Katarzyna Ojrzyńska and Wit Pietrzak

Katarzyna Ojrzyńska and Wit Pietrzak
Introduction

Nicholas Grene
Re-Running the Rising: Centenary Stagings

Joanna Jarząb-Napierała
Irish Native Autobiography: Tomás O’Crohan’s The Islandman

Joanna Kruczkowska
Memorials of the Irish West: John McHugh, Paul Durcan, and Harry Clifton

Sorcha De Brun
Experiments with Realism in Irish Language Short Stories by Daithí Ó Muirí

Aran Ward Sell
Half-Formed Modernism: Eimear McBride’s A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing

Barbara Szot
Doubling Dublin: Mimetic and Anti-Mimetic Use of Urban Space in Flann O’Brien’s At Swim-Two-Birds

REVIEWS

Mária Kurdi
Alternative Readings of J. M. Synge’s Drama Predicated on Archival Material
(Christopher Collins. Theatre and Residual Culture: J. M. Synge and Pre-Christian Ireland)

Anna Kérchy
Reading in the Dark, Sleeping with the Lights On: Uses and Abuses of Horror in Children’s Literature
(Jessica R. McCort, ed. Reading in the Dark. Horror in Children’s Literature and Culture)

Wojciech Drag
The Curious Case of the British Avant-Garde
(Kaye Mitchell and Nonia Williams, eds. British Avant-Garde Fiction of the 1960s)

Máté Vince
Our Affairs from England
(Kiséry András. Hamlet’s Moment. Drama and Political Knowledge in Early Modern England)

Zsuzsanna Lénárt-Muszka
Affect for Mothers and Others
(Julia Lane and Eleonora Joensuu, eds. Everyday World-Making: Toward an Understanding of Affect and Mothering)

Rasha Awale
They Dare Disturb the Universe
(L.A. Kauffman. Direct Action: Protest and the Reinvention of American Radicalism)

Yesmina Khedhir
“The Burden” Or What It Means to Be Black in America Today”
(Rochelle Riley, ed. The Burden: African Americans and the Enduring Impact of Slavery)

Zsolt Tóth
Dissolving Boundaries in the Anthropocene
(Kérchy Anna, ed. Interspecies Dialogues in Postmillenial Filmic Fantasies, special issue of AMERICANA E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary and Kérchy Anna, ed. Posthumanism in Fantastic Fiction)

Imre Olivér Horváth
A Heart’s Pledge in Metaerotopoetics
(Eric Gray. The Art of Love Poetry)

Zsolt Bojti
What Makes the Olfactif of Victorian Literature?
(Catherine Maxwell. Scents and Sensibility: Perfume in Victorian Literary Culture)

ABSTRACTS

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS

INDEX TO VOLUME 25