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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Volume XIV. Number 2 (2008)

Editor’s Notes Don Gifford The Eye’s Portion Ottilia Veres On Mourning: The Trope of Looking Backwards in J. M. Coetzee’s The Master of Petersburg Katalin Bíróné Nagy The Reconceptualization of the Columbian Heritage into a Trickster Discourse: Gerald Vizenor’s The Heirs of Columbus Attila Kárai The Postmodern Use of Mythopoeia in the Narrative Temporality of Rudolfo Anaya’s Bless […]

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Volume XIV. Number 1 (2008)

Editor’s Notes Ciaran Murray Some Versions of Nothing Zoltán Abádi-Nagy Narratorial Consciousness as an Intersection of Culture and Narrative (Case Study: Toni Morrison’s Jazz) Scott Campbellv The Cash Value of Old Words: William James and Richard Rorty on the Language of Experience Márta Vajnági Britain-Hanover and the Imperial Election of 1745 SPECIAL SECTION ON W. H. AUDEN […]

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Volume XIII. Numbers 1-2 (2007)

The Long Eighteenth Century Guest Editors: Gabriella Hartvig, Gabriella Vöõ PREFACE Bernhard Fabian Reception Studies: Principles and Problems Aladár Sarbu Closing the Cultural Divide: Hungarian Literary Nationalism and British Authors of the Eighteenth Century Howard Gaskill “So dacht’ ich. Nächstens mehr.”: Translating Hölderlin’s Hyperion Tom Hubbard “Bright uncertainty”: The Poetry of Walter Scott, Landscape, and […]

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Volume XI. Number 2 (2005)

Reresentations of the Family in Modern English-Language Drama In Memory of Arthur Miller PREFACE Eleni Haviara-Kehaidou Arthur Miller’s Ethics of Art and His Cold War Family Drama Susan C. W. Abbotson A Contextual Study of the Causes of Paternal Conflict in Arthur Miller’s All My Sons Eamonn Jordan The Fallacies of Cultural Narratives, Re-enactment, Legacy, and […]

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Volume XI. Number 1 (2005)

The Voices of the English Renaissance PREFACE Nicoletta Caputo “Which Play Was of a King How He Should Rule His Realm”: Tudor Interludes Advising the Ruler A. J. Piesse Conventional Voices and the Limits of Language in John Heywood’s A Play of Love András Kiséry Voice, Inscription, and Immortality in Early Seventeenth-Century English Poetry Matthew Candelaria […]

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Volume X. Numbers 1-2 (2004)

Irish Litearature and Culture: Getting into Contact Csilla Bertha Introduction: “Getting into Contact” DRAMA Anthony Roche Synge, Brecht, and the Hiberno-German Connection Joan FitzPatrick Dean Bringing the Abbey into Contact: The Ibsenite Theatre of Ireland Heinz Kosok Translation / Adaptation / Translocation / Acculturatio / Appropriation: Contemporary Irish Playwrights and Continental Drama Peter Harris Sex […]

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