Volume IX. Number 2 (2003)

Philip Larkin, British Studies

PREFACE

PHILIP LARKIN

John Osborne
Larkin, Modernism and Jazz

Richard Palmer
All What Jazz: Larkin's Most Expensive Mistake

Antony Rowland
A Case of Plagiarism?: Philip Larkin and Ted Hughes

Danielle Pinkstein
The Summer of "Essential Beauty": Larkin in Search of "Wild Oats"

Dámaso López García
Post-Metropolitan Larkin

Victoria Longino
The Alien Moment: Philip Larkin and Gender

Jin-Sung Choi
Defensive Homosexuality and Lesbianism in Philip Larkin's Two Girls' School Stories

István D. Rácz
Space in Larkin and Cézanne

TEXT AND CONTEXT

Nóra Séllei
The Fig Tree and the Black Patent Leather Shoes: The Body and Its Representation in Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar

Ildikó Csengei
Sensibility in Dissection: Affect, Aesthetics, and the Eighteenth-Century Body in Pain

Jeremy Parrott
"Riley's Puckaun Again," or, What Became of Watt: A Millennial Reading of the Ending to Samuel Beckett's Watt

Márta Mácsok
From Text to Metatext: D. G. Rossetti's Illustrations of Keats's "La Belle Dame Sans Merci"

CULTURE AND SOCIETY

József Szabadfalvi
The Spirit of Common Law in the Hungarian Legal Philosophical Thinking

Andrew C. Rouse
The Folk Song Lyric-from Classlessness to Classriddenness

INTERVIEWS

Mária Kurdi
"Being from Northern Ireland [. . .] gives me a foot in both camps": A Talk with Daragh Carville

Attila Dósa
In Front of Beyond: Excerpts from an Interview with Robert Crawford

BOOK REVIEWS

Oakland, John. British Civilization. An Introduction
by György Borus

Crawford, Robert. Devolving English Literature
by Attila Dósa

Nabokov, Peter. A Forest of Time. American Indian Ways of History
by Katalin Bíróné Nagy

Aitken, Ian. European Film Theory and Cinema. An Introduction
by Andrea Virginás

Tally, Justine. The Story of Jazz. Toni Morrison's Dialogic Imagination
by Ágnes Surányi

Moran, Joe. Interdisciplinarity
by Ádám Molnár

Péter Ágnes, ed. Angol romantika. Esszék, naplók, levelek
by Krisztina Timár

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS