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 AND HIS POETRY

Zsuzsa Rawlinson
Introduction

Zsuzsa Rawlinson
“If equal affection cannot be, / Let the more loving one be me”: Auden on Love

Éva Bús
“Death’s Echo” and “Danse Macabre”: Auden and the Medieval Tradition of the Death Lyrics

István D. Rácz
The Experience of Reading and Writing Poetry: Auden and Philip Larkin

Andrea Szabó F.
Munro’s Auden: Letters from Iceland

Donald E. Morse
W. H. Auden in the Century of Moloch: The Poet’s Biography and His Poetry of War

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Mária Kurdi & Péter P. Müller
Samuel Beckett in Hungary: A Centenary Bibliography

REVIEW ESSAY

Gyula Somogyi
Psychoanalysis, Deconstruction, and Ethics: The Claims of Literature and the Theoretical Stakes of Shoshana Felman’s Writings

Book Reviews

Gilbert McInnis
The Claim for an Enchanted Secularity
(George Levine, Darwin Loves You)

Nikoletta Gergely
Constituting the Subject
(Catherine Belsey, Culture and the Real: Theorizing Cultural Criticism)

Márti Asztalos
Defining Fatherhood
(Salman Akhtar and Henry Parens, eds., Real and Imaginary Fathers: Development, Transference, and Healing)

Andrea P. Balogh
The Inexhaustible Plays of Brian Friel (Donald E. Morse, Csilla Bertha, and Mária Kurdi, eds., Brian Friel’s Dramatic Artistry: “The Work Has Value”)

Donald E. Morse
An Ambitious Compendium of Joyce Reception
(Geert Lernout and Wim Van Mierlo, eds., The Reception of James Joyce in Europe)

Attila Dósa
Resisting Philip Larkin
(Andrew McKeown and Charles Holdefer, eds., Philip Larkin and the Poetics of Resistance)

Ágnes Zsófia Kovács
Edith Wharton and the Issue of Race
(Jennie A. Kassanoff, Edith Wharton and the Politics of Race)

Szilárd Orosz
A New View of American Independent Film Making
(Geoff King, American Independent Cinema)

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