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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Volume XIX. Number 2 (2013)

Editor’s Notes Michael Parker In Memoriam Seamus Heaney (1939-2013) Peter Freese The “Journey of Life” in American Fiction Robert C. Hamilton “A Sanguinary and Murderous Disposition”: Edgar Huntly and the Ethics of Misdirected Violence Howard Canaan Philip K. Dick Criticism 1982-2010 Fritz Senn James Joyce’s Ulysses: Hell, Purgatory, Heaven in “Wandering Rocks” István Pinczés A Note on Waiting for […]

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Volume XIX. Number 1 (2013)

Editor’s Notes Beáta Sáfrány 9/11 Conspiracy Theories János Barcsák Marking, Consciousness, Fabulation: The Lady’s Presence in Shelley’s “Sensitive Plant” Ivett Császár Being Bemused by National Pride: George Orwell’s Patriotism during the Second World War Ali Shehzad Zaidi Charles Brockden Brown’s Alcuin and Women’s Rights in Eighteenth-Century United States Péter Gaál-Szabó Liminal Places and Zora Neale Hurston’s Religio-Cultural […]

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Volume XVIII. Numbers 1-2 (2012)

Lifelong Search for Meaning: A Special Double Issue in Honor of Professor Donald E. Morse Zoltán Abádi-Nagy Editor’s Notes Zoltán Abádi-Nagy A Talk with Donald E. Morse Huba Brückner Donald E. Morse: Founding Father of the Fulbright Commission in Hungary Lehel Vadon The Publications of Donald E. Morse Zsolt K. Virágos “Celtic Oddities”: Patterns of […]

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Volume XVII. Number 2 (2011)

Editor’s Notes Richard J. Lane The First Black British Columbia Novel: Truman Green’s A Credit to Your Race Haifeng Hui The Changing Adaptation Strategies of Children’s Literature: Two Centuries of Children’s Editions of Gulliver’s Travels Tamás Tukacs “I am a camera”: Melancholia in Christopher Isherwood’s Goodbye to Berlin Róbert Péter Researching (British Digital) Press Archives with New Quantitative […]

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Volume XVII. Number 1 (2011)

Editor’s Notes Hao Huang Enter the Blues: Jazz Poems by Langston Hughes and Sterling Brown Robert F. Gross Richard Greenberg’s Everett Beekin: Trauma, Forgetting, and Mannerism Márk Adrián Hevesi Remembering the Present: Ersatz Possible Worlds as Alternative Realities in Harold Pinter’s “Theatre of Absence” Pilar Baines The Haunting of History and the Feral Self in Tim […]

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Volume XVI. Numbers 1-2 (2010)

The Uses of Narrative Special Double Issue in Honor of Professor Zoltán Abádi-Nagy Editor’s Notes Curriculum Vitae of Zoltán Abádi-Nagy Péter Dávidházi The Uses of Biblical Narrative: Gyula Illyés and the Making of a National Poet Patrick Parrinder Memory, Interiority, and the History of the Novel Roland Végsõ The Secrets of Modernism: Henry James and […]

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Volume XV. Number 2 (2009)

Editor’s Notes Ildikó Limpár Narratives of Misplacement in Diana Abu-Jaber’s Arabian Jazz, Crescent, and Origin Zsófia Gombár The Reception of British Literature under Dictatorships in Hungary and Portugal Zoltán Peterecz Picking the Right Man for the Job: Jeremiah Smith, Jr. and American Private Influence in the Financial Reconstruction of Hungary REVIEW ESSAY Balázs Csizmadia The State of the […]

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Volume XV. Number 1 (2009)

Editor’s Notes EXPANDING AMERICAN THEATRE HISTORY Guest Editor, Teresa Saxon Theresa Saxon Introduction Multiple Stages: Expanding American Theatre History Zoe Detsi-Diamanti Staging Working-Class Culture: George A. Baker’s A Glance at New York (1848) Theresa Saxon “A Pair of Handsome Legs”: Women on Stage, Bodies on Show, in Mid-Nineteenth-Century American Theatre Ann Walsh “No one innocent”: […]

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