Volume XVII. Number 1 (2011)

Editor’s Notes

Hao Huang
Enter the Blues: Jazz Poems by Langston Hughes and Sterling Brown

Robert F. Gross
Richard Greenberg’s Everett Beekin: Trauma, Forgetting, and Mannerism

Márk Adrián Hevesi
Remembering the Present: Ersatz Possible Worlds as Alternative Realities in Harold Pinter’s “Theatre of Absence”

Pilar Baines
The Haunting of History and the Feral Self in Tim Winton’s In the Winter Dark

Péter Gaál-Szabó
Zora Neale Hurston’s Cultural Space and African American Spatiality

RECONSIDERING KURT VONNEGUT

Ryan Wepler
“I can’t tell if you’re being serious or not”: Vonnegut’s Comic Realism in Slaughterhouse-Five

Sharon Lynn Sieber
Postmodern Infundibula and Other Non-linear Time Structures in Breakfast of Champions, Slaughterhouse-Five, and Sirens of Titan

Tom Hertweck
Now It’s the Women’s Turn: The Art(s) of Reconciliation in Vonnegut’s Bluebeard

REVIEW ESSAY

“This Space In Between”: Barbara Johnson’s Dislocations of Feminism and Deconstruction
Gyula Somogyi

REVIEWS

Patrick Lonergan
Glimpses of a Ghostly Figure
(Stephen Watt, Beckett and Contemporary Irish Writing)

Erika Mihálycsa
Dangerous Neatness of Identifications
(Emilie Morin, Samuel Beckett and the Problem of Irishness and Murphy P. J., Beckett’s Dedalus: Dialogical Engagements with Joyce in Beckett’s Fiction)

Gilbert McInnis
A Pinnacle of Vonnegut Scholarship
(Peter Freese, ed., The Clown of Amageddon: The Novels of Kurt Vonnegut)

Szilárd Orosz
The Last of the Millenium in American Film
(Chris Holmlund, ed., American Cinema of the 1990s: Themes and Variations)

Gabriella Vöő
An Authoritative Textbook on Literary Studies
(Aladár Sarbu, The Study of Literature: An Introduction for Hungarian Students of English)

BOOKS RECEIVED

ABSTRACTS

NOTE ON NEW ADVISORY BOARD MEMBER

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS