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 […]

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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 XXI. Number 1 (2015)

Editor’s Notes Zoltán Abádi-Nagy Positioning Analysis of Intercultural Information Processing in a Multicultural Borderland: Rudolfo A. Anaya’s Bless Me, Ultima Don Gifford Popular and Critical Taste Erika Mihálycsa “The no doubt calm language of the no”: Samuel Beckett’s Poetics in Light of His Published Correspondence Zsolt Győri “Animals rule! Timothy conquered!”: Escape, Capture, and Liminality […]

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