Volume XIII. Numbers 1-2 (2007)

The Long Eighteenth Century

Guest Editors: Gabriella Hartvig, Gabriella Vöő


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 Europe

Sandro Jung
The Truth of Taste and Beauty and the Production of Judgement and Art: John Gilbert Cooper’s Letters Concerning Taste (1754)

Endre Szécsényi
Freedom and Sentiments: Wit and Humour in the Augustan Age

Andrew C. Rouse
The Transportation Ballad: A Song Type Rooted in Eighteenth-century England

Irén Annus
The Deaths of General Wolfe

György Borus
Political Parties in the Years Before and After the Glorious Revolution

Ann Campbell
Magdalen or Harlot?: Satire, Sentiment, and the Fallen Woman in William Dodd’s The Sisters

Elizabeth Kukorelly
Domesticating the Hero: Normative Masculinity in Robinson Crusoe and Pamela, or Virtue Rewarded

Andrea Timár
Re-contextualising “Kubla Khan” (cc1798) and the “Preface” (1816): Hallucinatory Readings, Drugs and Performatives in the context of Coleridge’s essay on Luther and Rousseau (1812)


Patrick Lonergan
Deanna Rankin, Between Spenser and Swift—English Writing in Seventeenth-Century Ireland

Sandro Jung
Pat Rogers, Pope and the Destiny of the Stuarts: History, Politics, and Mythology in the Age of Queen Anne

Leonard Mars
Andrew C. Rouse, The Remunerated Vernacular Singer: From Medieval England to the Post-War Revival

István D. Rácz
Donald Wesling, Bakhtin and the Social Moorings of Poetry

Andrew C. Rouse
Simon Schama, Rough Crossings: Britain, the Slaves and the American Revolution

Noémi Najbauer
John Stubbs, Donne: The Reformed Soul

Réka M. Cristian
Enikő Bollobás, Az amerikai irodalom története

Norbert Gyuris
Paul Hegarty, Jean Baudrillard: Live Theory