Volume XXII. Number 1 (2016)

Editor's Notes

Agnieszka Soltysik Monnet
Masculinity and Nation in the Popular Fiction of the Spanish-American War: Kirk Munroe's Forward, March! (1899)

Ágnes Györke
Communities in Anonymity: The Remarkable Confidence of Modern Nations

Scott H. Huffmon, Christopher N. Lawrence, and Allie Briggs
Describing ourselves: Identity overlap and Fault Lines Regarding How Southerners Would Describe the South to Non-Southerners

Daniel Darvay
Postmodern Representation and Commodity Spectacle in Nathanael West's The Day of the Locust

Ákos Farkas
To Whose Self Be True? Students Look at The Turn of the Screw and Its Film Adaptations

András Tarnóc
The Return of "God's Unworthy Handmaid": Techniques of Subject Construction in The Journal of Madam Knight (1705)

SPECIAL SECTION: FIGURES OF HORROR

GUEST EDITOR: GYULA SOMOGYI

Gyula Somogyi
Introduction

Sharon Diane King
At the Expense of Others: Economic Inequality and the Horror Film

Tamás Bényei
"I'm from Brooklyn": Detection, Myth, and Religion in Angel Heart

Sarolta Mezei
Spectral Media Technology and the Vicious Brothers' Grave Encounters

Bill Clemente
Zombies along the Malecón

REVIEWS

Péter Csató
"What Else Human Nature Might Be": The "Crisis of Man" in American Intellectual History
(Mark Greif, The Age of the Crisis of Man: Thought and Fiction in America 1933-1973)

Wojciech Drag
Trauma with a Pinch of Salt
(Tamas Benyei and Alexandra Stara, eds.,The Edges of Trauma: Explorations in Visual Art and Literature )

Erika Mihálycsa
The Autobiographic in the Eye of the Beholder
(Max Saunders, Self-Impression: Life-Writing,Autobiografiction, and the Forms of Modern Literature)

Natália Pikli
Poor Tom in and out of Focus
(Simon Palfrey, Poor Tom: Living King Lear)

Vera Benczik
A Labyrinth of Pulp
(Paula Rabinowitz, American Pulp: How Paperbacks Brought Modernism to Main Street)

Donald E. Morse
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about the USA
(Anon., ProQuest Statistical Abstract of the United States 2015: The National Data Book )

Attila Lénárt-Muszka
Images Left to Bear Witness
(Matthew Baigell, Social Concern and Left Politics in Jewish American Art 1880-1940 )

Kalman Matolcsy
An Annotated Lovecraft Collection for the Masses
(Leslie L. Klinger, ed., The New Annotated H. P. Lovecraft)

Péter Gaál-Szabó
Mapping the Void: The Lovecraftian Interstice and Categorization
(Kalman Matolcsy, Lovecraft's "Boundless and Hideous Unknown": Science, Categorization, and Naming in H. P. Lovecraft's Fiction)

ABSTRACTS

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS

INDEX TO VOLUME 22