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 […]

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Volume XXIV. Number 2 (2018)

Editor’s Notes Csilla Bertha In Memoriam Tom Murphy (1935-2018) Angelika Reichmann Stephen Daldry’s The Reader in Chekhov’s Mirror Eszter Ureczky The Doctor’s Anatomy: The Androgynous Performance of Gender and (Neo-)Victorian Sexual Politics in Patricia Duncker’s James Miranda Barry Malou Kürpick The Cultural and Intersectional Politics of Nomadism in Zadie Smith’s Swing Time Boglárka Kiss Reproduction […]

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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 […]

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Volume XXIII. Number 2 (2017)

Editor’s Notes Donald E. Morse In Memoriam Sam Shepard Robert Kusek and Wojciech Szymański Ali Smith’s How to be Both and the Nachleben of Aby Warburg: “Neither here nor there” Paulina Ambroży “The Third Image”: Ekphrasis and Memory in Charles Simic’s Dime-Store Alchemy: The Art of Joseph Cornell Réka M. Cristian The Art of Erasure: […]

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Volume XXIII. Number 1 (2017)

Editor’s Notes Christopher Murray The Plays of Enda Walsh: An Interim Report Clare Wallace “. . . ultimately alone and walking around in your own private universe”: Metatheatre and Metaphysics in Three Plays by Enda Walsh Eamonn Jordan Lapsed, Augmented, and Eternal Christmases in the Theatre of Conor McPherson Giovanna Tallone The Sound and the […]

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Volume XXII. Number 2 (2016)

Editor’s Notes Stephen Watt Outside Mullingar, A Moon for the Misbegotten, and The Night Alive: The Irish Play on the New York Stage Katarzyna Ojrzyńska Doctor-Patient Communication and the Contemporary Biopolitics of Disposability in Margaret Edson’s Wit Joakim Wrethed The Invisible Apocalyptic City: The Affectivity of Urbanity, Movement, and Desire in William Blake’s “London,” Don DeLillo’s Cosmopolis, […]

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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’sForward, 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 […]

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Volume XXI. Number 2 (2015)

Editor’s Notes Csilla Bertha In Memoriam Brian Friel (1929-2015) COMMEMORATING SEAMUS HEANEY Commemorating Seamus Heaney: Editor’s Notes Helen Vendler Remembering Seamus Heaney Bernard O’Donoghue Remembering Seamus Heaney II Edward Larrissy Crossing Common Ground: W.B. Yeats and Seamus Heaney Rosie Lavan Screening Belfast: “Heaney in Limboland” and the Language of Belonging Stephen Regan Seamus Heaney and […]

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Volume XX. Number 2 (2014)

Editor’s Notes Jim Casey Shaken Manhood: Age, Power, and Masculinity in Shakespeare Csilla Bertha Borderlines Destabilized—Witches and Witchcraft in Frank McGuinness’s Plays Nicholas Grene Urban Alienation and Mental Geography in Conor McPherson’s Dublin Akos Seress Theatres We Live By: Perspectives on Cognitive Theatre Studies Eva Pataki “This Dasht-e-Tanhaii called the planet Earth”: The Metamorphosis of […]

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Volume XX. Number 1 (2014)

Editor’s Notes Peter Csato Pragmatism Goes to the Movies: Pragmatic Conceptions of Truth in Woody Allen’s Crimes and Misdemeanors Zoltan Abadi-Nagy The Rhetorical Function of Culture in Fictional Narrative: The Cultural Narrato-Rhetorheme Robert Kolt The Devil Made Me Do It! History to Play to Opera: Media Transformation in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible Ildiko Limpar Mythic and Divine […]

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