Volume XIX. Number 2 (2013)

Editor’s Notes

Michael Parker
In Memoriam Seamus Heaney (1939-2013)

Peter Freese
The “Journey of Life” in American Fiction

Robert C. Hamilton
“A Sanguinary and Murderous Disposition”: Edgar Huntly and the Ethics of Misdirected Violence

Howard Canaan
Philip K. Dick Criticism 1982-2010

Fritz Senn
James Joyce’s Ulysses: Hell, Purgatory, Heaven in “Wandering Rocks”

István Pinczés
A Note on Waiting for Godot: Recharging Waiting for Godot in Hungarian

Erika Mihálycsa
“Writing to the self-accompaniment of a tongue that is not mine”: The Figure of Translation in Beckett’s Work

THE DRAMATIC ACHIEVEMENT OF CARYL CHURCHILL AND ITS POTENTIAL INFLUENCE

Mária Kurdi
Preface

Siân Adiseshiah
The Revolution will not be Dramatized: The Problem of Mediation in Caryl Churchill’s Revolution Plays

Cormac O’Brien
Following in Caryl Churchill’s Footsteps: Rosemary Jenkinson’s Spaces of Masculine Interrogation in The Bonefire

Michał Lachman
Performing History: Caryl Churchill’s Theatrical Historiography from Light Shining in Buckinghamshire to Seven Jewish Children

REVIEWS

John Resch
A Ground-Breaking Look at Hungarians in the American Civil War
(István Kornél Vida, Hungarian Émigrés in the American Civil War: A History and Biographical Dictionary)

Gyula Somogyi
Remembering Said
(Adel Iskandar and Hakem Rustom, eds., Edward Said: A Legacy of Emancipation and Representation)

Károly Pintér
A Goldmine for Specialists
(David C. Smith, The Journalism of H. G. Wells: An Annotated Bibliography)

Marek Oziewicz
An Engaging and Compelling Study of LeGuin’s Fiction
(Sandra J. Lindow, Dancing the Tao: Le Guin and Moral Development)

Zsuzsanna Szalóki
Traveling Women: Challenging Stereotypes
(Nóra Séllei and June Waudby, eds., She’s Leaving Home: Women’s Writing in English in a European Context)

Boglárka Kiss
Reading the Audience
(Janet Badia, Sylvia Plath and the Mythology of Women Readers)

Erika Mihálycsa
Towards Theory as Literature
(Jane Elliott and Derek Attridge, eds., Theory after “Theory”)

Miklós Nyisztor
Theatre and Beyond: Assessing Conor McPherson’s Oeuvre
(Lilian Chambers and Eamonn Jordan, eds., The Theatre of Conor McPherson: “Right beside the Beyond”)

Zoltán Peterecz
A Shaken City on a Crumbling Hill
(Richard M. Gamble, In Search of the City on a Hill: The Making and Unmaking of an American Myth)

ABSTRACTS

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS

INDEX TO VOLUME 19