Volume II. Number 1 (1996)

American Studies

Zoltán Abádi-Nagy
Not an Untroubled Bliss: The Post-Early-Phase Postcommunist Situation of English Studies in Hungary

Zsolt K. Virágos
Diagnosing American Culture: Centrifugality versus Centripetality; Or, The Myth of a Core America

Robert E. Bieder
The Bodies in Question

Tibor Glant
Some Facts about Hungarian Propaganda for Territorial Integrity Abroad, 1918-1920

Gabriella Varró
Blackface Minstrelsy: An Alternative Discourse on Dominance

Benedek Péter Tóta
"Every Poem an Epitaph"; Or, the Process of Creative De-Creation: T. S. Eliot's Final Poetic Experience in Four Quartets

Michel Delville
Vardaman's Fish and Addie's Jar: Faulkner's Tales of Mourning and Desire

Éva Federmayer
Black Woman and the Reconstruction of the Black Family: Jessie Fauset's There Is Confusion

Márta Pellérdi
The Role of Biography and Literary Allusions in Vladimir Nabokov's Pale Fire

Robert M. Davis
Dublin to Chinatown: James Joyce and Frank Chin

Martin Corner
Humanity and the Everyday: Creatureliness and Textuality in Saul Bellow and John Updike

Zsuzsanna Kiss
Lie Down in Darkness versus The Sound and the Fury: A Comparative Analysis

James R. Thompson
The Artist As "Criminal of Perception": E. L. Doctorow and the Politics of the Imagination

Judit Friedrich
Variations on Life: Fiction and Autobiography in John Barth's Four Latest Novels

Jayne Marek
Difference, Identity, and Sandra Cisnero's The House of Mango Street

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