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Archive of titles published in The AnaChronisT

Older English literature

Bennett, Kristen Abbott. "Re-Conceiving Britomart: Spenser's Shift in the Fashioning of Feminine Virtue between Books 3 and 5 of The Faerie Queene." The AnaChronisT 14 (2009): 1-23. Abstract

Boreczky, Elemér. "Actor or Author: John Wyclif's Teaching and Fame as Authorship of History." The AnaChronisT [8] 2002: 9-26. HTML

Cawsey, Kathy. "Shepherds, Regents and Lecherous Widows: Strategies of Power in Middle English Literature." The AnaChronisT [6] 2000: 29-50. HTML

Daróczy, Anikó. "Word and Image in the 'General Prologue' to the Canterbury Tales." The AnaChronisT [1] 1995: 1-27.

Ecsedy, Ágnes. "The Boke of Comforte Agaynste All Trybulacyons: An Introductory Study." The AnaChronisT 12 (2006): 1-21. Abstract PDF

Halácsy Scholz, Katalin. "Miracle-Working Poetry, Poetry Worth a Miracle? The Cædmon Story Yet Again." The AnaChronisT [8] 2002: 1-8. HTML

Iliásics, László. "The Paradox of Context: Wyrd, God and Progression Presented through The Wanderer and The Seafarer." The AnaChronisT 13 (2007/2008): 1-26. Abstract PDF

Matuska, Ágnes. "Haphazardly Ambidextrous: Interpretations of the Vice of 16th-Century English Drama." The AnaChronisT 11 (2005): 1-22. Abstract PDF

Padden, Lisa. "Locating Margery Kempe: An Examination of the Meaning of Space and Sexuality in The Book of Margery Kempe." The AnaChronisT 16 (2011): 1-17.

Pintér, Károly. "More's Utopia: Approaches." The AnaChronisT [2] 1996: 304-322.

Réffy Horváth, Ágnes. "Saint Guthlac, the Warrior of God in the Guthlac Poems of the Exeter Book." The AnaChronisT [6] 2000: 1-28. PDF

Tóta, Benedek Péter. "Ruminating More and More Realism: Some Contextual Aspects of Thomas More's Utopia." The AnaChronisT [4] 1998: 52-74.

Elizabethan and Jacobean playwrights

Árkay, Márta. "The [Transvestite] Play: Is It the Thing? A [Two-Dimensional] Literary-Psychological Re-Reading of Shakespeare's Macbeth with Jeremy Freeston and Henry Fuseli." The AnaChronisT [5] 1999: 1-15.

Bodonyi, Dániel. "Pathways of Desire: The Appearance of an Amorous 'I' in Shakespeare's  Procreation Sonnets." The AnaChronisT 17 (2012/13): 1-27.

Gellért, Marcell. "Room for Doubt in a Nutshell: (In)finite Spaces vs. Spatial (In)definition in Hamlet." The AnaChronisT 13 (2007/2008): 27-40. Abstract PDF

Ittzés, Gábor. "Laudare Necesse Est: Shakespeare's Julius Caesar and a Theology of Praise." The AnaChronisT [4] 1998: 31-51.

Kállay, Géza. " 'To be or not to be' and 'Cogito ergo sum': Shakespeare's Hamlet against a Cartesian Background." The AnaChronisT [2] 1996: 98-123.

- - -. " 'The eye of man hath not heard': Fundamental Measurements and Perception from St Paul to Shakespeare's Bottom." The AnaChronisT [4] 1998: 1-30.

- - -. " 'It is not so, nor 'twas not so': Funny Words and the Role-Playing of 'Double-Tongues' in Much Ado about Nothing." The AnaChronisT [9] 2003: 29-45. Abstract PDF

Kiséry, András. "The Rhetoric of Wounds: Persuasion in Julius Caesar." The AnaCh­ronisT [1] 1995: 28-59.

Kiss, Zsuzsanna. "Shall We Strive to Be Pleased with Transcending the Persistent? Shakespeare's Twelfth Night." The AnaChronisT [2] 1996: 124-132.

Márkus, Zoltán. "Mimesis Suspended: What 'Passeth Show' in Hamlet?" The AnaCh­ronisT [5] 1999: 16-32.

Matuska, Ágnes. "An Ontological Transgression: Iago as Representation in Its Pure Form." The AnaChronisT [9] 2003: 46-64. Abstract PDF

Oroszlán, Anikó. " 'Actors' in 'Barbaresque Mantells': The Blackness of the Female Performers in Ben Jonson's Masque of Blackness." The AnaChronisT 11 (2005): 23-37. Abstract PDF

Pikli, Natália. "The Crossing Point of Tears and Laughter: A Tragic Farce - Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus." The AnaChronisT [6] 2000: 51-69. HTML

Reuss, Gabriella. "Veritas Filia Temporis, or Shakespeare Unveiled? Macready's 1834 Restoration of Shakespeare's King Lear." The AnaChronisT [6] 2000: 88-101. HTML

Sarkar, Abhishek. "Precocity and Performance: Child Characters in Two Shakespeare Plays." The AnaChronisT 15 (2010): 1-26.

Szigeti, Balázs. "The Dialects of Sin in Shakespeare's Macbeth and Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather Trilogy." The AnaChronisT 14 (2009): 24-46. Abstract

Tabi, Katalin. "Editing Shakespeare for the Stage: A Comparative Analysis of Act I Scene iv of Romeo and Juliet." The AnaChronisT [9] 2003: 1-28. Abstract PDF

- - -. "Syntactically Honest: Iago's Character as Reflected in János Ács's 1989 Play-text." The AnaChronisT 12 (2006): 47-60. Abstract PDF

Turi, Zita. "Fasting and Feasting in Hamlet: A Carnivalesque Interpretation." The AnaChronisT 15 (2010): 27-42.

Vince, Máté. "The Accursed Tongue: The Rhetoric of Macbeth's Rage." The AnaChronisT 12 (2006): 22-46. Abstract PDF

The 17th century

Almási, Zsolt. "Monster-Like Angel and Angelic Monster: 'Custom' in Francis Bacon." The AnaChronisT [6] 2000: 70-87. HTML

Hartvig, Gabriella. "The Rhetorical Sources of Tristram Shandy." The AnaChronisT [3] 1997: 13-27.

Ittzés, Gábor. "Time in Milton's Paradise Lost." The AnaChronisT [1] 1995: 89-105.

- - -. " 'Till by Degrees of Merit Raised': The Dynamism of Milton's Edenic Development and Its Theological Context." The AnaChronisT [2] 1996: 133-161.

- - -. "Spirits Immortal in and out of Time: The Temporality of Milton's Angels in Paradise Lost." The AnaChronisT 10 (2004): 1-30. Abstract PDF

- - -. "Fall and Redemption: Adam and Eve's Experience of Temporality after the Fall in Paradise Lost." The AnaChronisT 11 (2005): 38-69. Abstract PDF

Kocic, Larisa. "Predestination in Milton's Paradise Lost and De Doctrina Christiana: Reply to Paul Sellin." The AnaChronisT [9] 2003: 65-84. Abstract PDF

Komáromy, Zsolt. "Being and Becoming: A Background to the Love Poetry of John Donne." The AnaChronisT [1] 1995: 60-88.

The 18th century

Barcsák, János. "Creativity, Singularity, Ethics in Pope's Essay on Criticism." The AnaChronisT 17 (2012/13): 28-61.

Child, Paul W. " 'The CASE of the Author': George Cheyne's Providential Medical Autobiography." The AnaChronisT 11 (2005): 70-84. Abstract PDF

Csikós, Dóra. "Blake's Fourth Fold: Tharmas." The AnaChronisT [1] 1995: 134-151.

- - -. "Is He the Divine Image? Blake's Luvah and Vala." The AnaChronisT [2] 1996: 162-184.

- - -. "Narrative Techniques in The Four Zoas." The AnaChronisT [3] 1997: 29-38.

Dózsai, Rita. "Novelties or 'Common Maxims': Problems of Originality and Genius in Young's Conjectures." The AnaChronisT [8] 2002: 27-43. HTML

- - -. " 'That Power of Giving Pleasure': Johnson on Novelty in the Rambler." The AnaChronisT 11 (2005): 85-96. Abstract PDF

Fogarasi, György. "Teletrauma: Distance in Burke's Philosophical Enquiry." The AnaChronisT 17 (2012/13): 62-87.

Hartvig, Gabriella. "János Batsányi's Early Translations of Ossianic Poems: 'The Death of Oscar.' " The AnaChronisT 12 (2006): 79-100. Abstract PDF

Komáromy, Zsolt. "Echoing Innocence: The Figures of Memory and Echo in Blakean Pastoral." The AnaChronisT [4] 1998: 75-118.

Mulhallen, Karen. "Night Thoughts: Blake's Iconographic Ruminations (and Iconological Revelations)." The AnaChronisT [7] 2001: 1-18. HTML

Murray, John C. "Refocusing the Gendered Gaze: Role-Playing, Performance, and Multiple-Identity in Defoe's Moll Flanders." The AnaChronisT 15 (2010): 43-59.

Paraizs, Júlia. "Received Text versus Authentic Text: Late Eighteenth-century Choices in Editing Shakespeare." The AnaChronisT 12 (2006): 101-114. Abstract PDF

Vogrinčič, Ana C. "A Novel between Gossip and a Court Testimony: The Peculiar Case of Benjamin Victor's Widow of the Wood (1755)." The AnaChronisT 15 (2010): 60-72.

The 19th century

Bailey, Ted. "Portraits of Piety: Authenticating Strategies in Slave Narratives and Two Antebellum African-American Novels." The AnaChronisT 14 (2009): 47-66. Abstract

Barcsák, János. "The Ending of 'Tintern Abbey' and Paul de Man's Theory of the Performative Nature of Language." The AnaChronisT [9] 2003: 85-109. Abstract PDF

Battai, Tamás Ivor. "Getting at 'The Figure in the Carpet.' " The AnaChronisT 11 (2005): 159-182. Abstract PDF

Bremer, Anette. "Worthy Objects: Visualising the Self in Elizabeth Macquarie's Journal of her Voyage to New South Wales, 1809." The AnaChronisT 11 (2005): 97-114. Abstract PDF

Coste, Bénédicte. " 'From Dreamlight to Daylight': Pater's Medievalism." The AnaCh­ronisT 11 (2005): 137-158. Abstract PDF

Csengei, Ildikó. "The Unreadability of the Bildungsroman: Reading Jane Eyre Reading." The AnaChronisT [6] 2000: 102-138. HTML

Fehér, Zsuzsa. "Shelley: 'Piercing the Infinite Sky.' " The AnaChronisT [1] 1995: 152-166.

Hubbard, Tom. "North and South in the Writings of Robert Louis Stevenson." The AnaChronisT [3] 1997: 59-70.

- - -. "Dance of the Marionettes: Arthur Symons and Symbolist Theatre." The AnaChronisT [9] 2003: 110-116. Abstract PDF

Kállay, Katalin G. " 'Homeward Bound on a Circular Path to Nowhere': A Reading of Hermann Melville's 'Bartleby the Scrivener.' " The AnaChronisT [5] 1999: 70-100.

- - -. "Mailing Versus Blackmailing: Senses of Delivery in Edgar Allan Poe's 'The Purloined Letter.' " The AnaChronisT [8] 2002: 151-163. HTML

Kalmár, György. "She-Who-Must-Be-Obeyed: Rider Haggard's Victorian Romance about She, the Veil, and the Subject of Mâladie." The AnaChronisT [6] 2000: 139-166. HTML

Killeen, Jarlath. "Oscar Wilde and Feminism: Prolegomena." The AnaChronisT 10 (2004): 46-60. Abstract PDF

Kirchknopf, Andrea. "Character Constitution in Heinrich von Kleist's Der Findling and Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights." The AnaChronisT 10 (2004): 31-45. Abstract PDF

Kiss, Eszter. "The Universe in Tess of the D'Urbervilles and Jane Eyre." The AnaCh­ronisT [1] 1995: 175-185.

Kovács, Ágnes Zsófia. "The Sacred Fount of Social Art: James Revisited." The AnaCh­ronisT [7] 2001: 105-119. HTML

László, Noémi. "Unorthodox Theists: Thomas Hardy and Percy Bysshe Shelley." The AnaChronisT [6] 2000: 186-201. HTML

Limpár, Ildikó. "Reading Emily Dickinson's 'Now I lay thee down to sleep' as a Variant." The AnaChronisT [7] 2001: 68-78. HTML

Mácsok, Márta. "Dante Revisited: The Vision of Paolo and Francesca in Blake's and D. G. Rossetti's Interpretation." The AnaChronisT [4] 1998: 119-132.

Macura-Nnamdi, Ewa. "Of Women and Decadence: Travel, Pleasure and Waste in Ella D'Arcy's 'The Pleasure-Pilgrim'." The AnaChronisT 17 (2012/13): 137-160.

Mohi, Zsolt. " 'Knot in hand, and knot in head': The Enigmatic Language of Melville's 'Benito Cereno.' " The AnaChronisT [3] 1997: 39-58.

Pálinkás, Katalin. "Negative Capability: Keats's and Coleridge's Metaphors for Poetic Creativity." The AnaChronisT [8] 2002: 112-128. HTML

Péteri, Éva. "William Holman Hunt's Early Work and the High Church Movement." The AnaChronisT [2] 1996: 197-209.

- - -. "William Holman Hunt: 'England's Greatest Religious Artist.' " The AnaChronisT [5] 1999: 101-136.

- - -. "Tennyson and His Pre-Raphaelite Critics: Pre-Raphaelite Interpretations of Tennyson's 'The Lady of Shalott.' " The AnaChronisT [7] 2001: 79-104. HTML

Reuss, Gabriella. "The Nineteenth-Century Theatres of Gábor Egressy and William Charles Macready." The AnaChronisT [8] 2002: 129-150. HTML

Russo, Robyn. " 'When Children Are Not Glad': Sympathy, Performance, and Power in Abolitionist Children's Literature." The AnaChronisT 14 (2009): 67-87. Abstract

Ruttkay, Veronika. "Encounters with Lear: Beggar Imagery in Wordsworth's Poetry." The AnaChronisT [5] 1999: 53-69.

- - -. "The Embodiment of Grief: Passion and Rhetoric in Coleridge and the 'New Rhetoricians.' " The AnaChronisT 11 (2005): 115-136. Abstract PDF

Sándor, Beáta. " 'A Massive Double Poem': Tennyson's In Memoriam." The AnaCh­ronisT [2] 1996: 185-196.

Sanna, Antonio. "Are Human Beings Ultimately Ignorant? Huxleian Preoccupations in  H. G. Wells's The Time Machine and The War of the Worlds." The AnaChronisT 17 (2012/13): 229-244.

Simonova Strout, Irina I. "The Exploration of Female Identity in the Father-Daughter Dynamic in Caroline Bowles's Poetry." The AnaChronisT 17 (2012/13): 107-116.

Sinóros Szabó, Katalin. "Love and Loss Reconsidered: Two Versions of a Rossetti Painting." The AnaChronisT [1] 1995: 167-174.

Stott, G. St. John. "Conduct Books and Pride and Prejudice." The AnaChronisT 17 (2012/13): 88-106.

Timár, Andrea. "On 'Ode on a Grecian Urn.' " The AnaChronisT [4] 1998: 133-147. HTML

- - -. "Conversing Signs: Coleridge, Effusion XXXV." The AnaChronisT [7] 2001: 19-37. HTML

- - -. "Imagination Disconnected: On Chapter XIII of Biographia Literaria." The AnaChronisT [8] 2002: 79-111. HTML

Tóth, Sára. " 'Doorways to Things Beyond': The Question of Religion in Walter Pater's Works." The AnaChronisT [6] 2000: 167-185. HTML

Toymentsev, Sergey. " 'It could have all turned out differently': Ideological Censorship of the Marriage Plot in Jane Austen's Mansfield Park." The AnaChronisT 16 (2011): 18-33.

The 20th century and beyond

Asztalos, Márta. "Barthelme's Twisted Fathering: On Donald Barthelme, The Dead Father." The AnaChronisT 12 (2006): 198-219. Abstract PDF

- - -. "Family Romances in William Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom!" The AnaChronisT 17 (2012/13): 181-206.

Barta, Szilvia. "The Comedy of the Tragic: An Anticipation of the Theatre of the Absurd in Yeats's The Death of Cuchulain." The AnaChronisT [5] 1999: 137-149.

Bényei, Tamás. "Tropics: Figure and Narrative in William Golding's Sea Trilogy." The AnaChronisT [4] 1998: 193-232.

- - -. "White Light: J. G. Ballard's Empire of the Sun as a War Story." The AnaChronisT [6] 2000: 249-277. HTML

Birden, Lorene M. "Saki as Dauphin of the Wildean Witticism." The AnaChronisT 17 (2012/13): 117-136.

Bulamur, Ayşe Naz. "Representations of Istanbul in A. S. Byatt's 'The Djinn in the Nightingale's Eye.' " The AnaChronisT 16 (2011): 117-134.

Cahill, Samara Anne. "An Untidy Finish: Atonement as Political Gothic." The AnaChronisT 17 (2012/13): 245-263.

Chalupský, Petr. "Mystic London: The Occult and the Esoteric in Peter Ackroyd's Work." The AnaChronisT 16 (2011): 171-184.

Christensen, Tim. "Kazuo Ishiguro and Orphanhood." The AnaChronisT 13 (2007/2008): 202-216. Abstract PDF

Craps, Stef. " 'As if History Could Be Circumvented': Undying Memories in Graham Swift's The Sweet Shop Owner." The AnaChronisT [9] 2003: 197-222. Abstract PDF

Csapó, Csaba. "Defiance against God: A Gay Reading of Go Tell It on the Mountain by James Baldwin." The AnaChronisT [6] 2000: 315-326. HTML

Csirmaz, Előd Pál. " 'Sailing' to 'Byzantium': A Voyage into Symbolism." The AnaChronisT 14 (2009): 88-110. Abstract

Csizmadia, Balázs. " 'The Tale': A Self-conscious Fictional Artifice." The AnaChronisT 11 (2005): 196-223. Abstract PDF

Dolmányos, Péter. "Present Buried in the Past: The Bog Poems of Seamus Heaney." The AnaChronisT [7] 2001: 120-143. HTML

Dong, Lan. "Turning Japanese, Turning Japanese American: David Mura's Memoirs of a Sansei." The AnaChronisT 10 (2004): 143-152. Abstract PDF

Dragomán, György. " 'Everything Unexplained': Green's Party Going." The AnaChronisT [2] 1996: 231-242.

- - -. "The Narrative Paradox: The Virus of Nothingness in Samuel Beckett's Watt." The AnaChronisT [6] 2000: 278-291. HTML

Faragó, Borbála. " 'Artfully placed mirrors': The Poetry of Medbh Mcguckian." The AnaChronisT [3] 1997: 166-184.

Farkas, Ákos. "Burgess Re Joyce or Burgess De-Joyced?" The AnaChronisT [1] 1995: 296-305.

- - -. "As McFate Would Have It: The Author's Joycean Cameo in Lolita." The AnaChronisT 14 (2009): 111-120. Abstract

Florescu, Catalina Florina. "Who Is Not Sylvia? A Character Analysis of Stevie from Edward Albee's The Goat, or, Who Is Sylvia?" The AnaChronisT 16 (2011): 135-151.

Frank, Orsolya. "Epistemology and Existential Thought in Virginia Woolf's Mature Novels." The AnaChronisT [1] 1995: 243-269.

Friedrich, Judit. "Twin Artists of Narration: Peter Greenaway and John Barth." The AnaChronisT [1] 1995: 326-348.

- - -. "Who's Afraid of Content-Driven Criticism? An Introduction to Erica Jong for the Brave." The AnaChronisT [8] 2002: 288-296. HTML

Gaál-Szabó, Péter. " 'They got tuh find out about livin' fuh theyselves': Female Places and Masculine Spaces in Their Eyes Were Watching God and Jonah's Gourd Vine." The AnaChronisT 16 (2011): 80-96.

Gáborjáni Szabó, Réka. "Narrational Dialectic in Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist." The AnaChronisT [1] 1995: 279-295.

Györke, Ágnes. "Rushdie's Postmodern Nations." The AnaChronisT 15 (2010): 135-155.

- - -. " 'Who has the best tunes?' Sounds of Englishness in Salman Rushdie's Satanic Verses." The AnaChronisT 16 (2011): 97-116.

Horváth, Rita. "On Anne Sexton's Transformations: Inner Structure and the 'Quest Motif.' " The AnaChronisT [1] 1995: 306-325.

- - -. "Stella and Rosa: Ozick's The Shawl and Rosa." The AnaChronisT [2] 1996: 257-265.

Humphries, Stephen. "Heaney's Poetry: Forcing the English Lyric." The AnaChronisT [2] 1996: 280-303.

Juhász, Tamás. "The Voice and the Facts: Ideological Transactions in Conrad's Secret Agent." The AnaChronisT [6] 2000: 202-228. HTML

- - -. " 'A Pinch of Romance in the Commercial Kitchen': Tropes of Transformation in Lord Jim." The AnaChronisT [9] 2003: 148-172. Abstract PDF

- - -. "The Dream of Sharing: Business and Community in Timothy Mo's Sour Sweet." The AnaChronisT 12 (2006): 220-232. Abstract PDF

Kalmár, György. "Parler-Entre-Elles: Possibilities of a Less Phallocentric Symbolic Economy in Virginia Woolf's Orlando." The AnaChronisT 16 (2011): 57-79.

Kaščáková, Janka. "Speaking Silence in 'The Daughters of the Late Colonel.' " The AnaChronisT 15 (2010): 93-103.

Keller, James R. "Whiteness [In]Visible: Eminem and the Politics of White Male Privilege." The AnaChronisT 14 (2009): 159-184. Abstract

Kérchy, Anna. "Wild Words: Jazzing the Text of Desire - Subversive Language in Toni Morrison's Jazz." The AnaChronisT [8] 2002: 264-287. HTML

- - -. "Corporeal and Textual Performance as Ironic Confidence Trick in Angela Carter's Nights at the Circus." The AnaChronisT 10 (2004): 97-124. Abstract PDF

Kiss, Attila. "Cloud 9, Metadrama, and the Postsemiotics of the Subject." The AnaChronisT [9] 2003: 223-232. Abstract PDF

Koller, Nóra. "The Construction of Masculinity in The Matrix." The AnaChronisT 11 (2005): 294-320. Abstract PDF

Kőrösi, Márta. " 'Disembodied Spirits' Revisiting Manderley: The Construction of Female Subjectivity in du Maurier's Rebecca." The AnaChronisT [8] 2002: 164-179. HTML

Láng, Zsuzsa Angela. " 'After such knowledge, what forgiveness?' The Quest for Spiritual Integrity in 'Gerontion' and the Book of Job." The AnaChronisT [6] 2000: 229-248. HTML

Limpár, Ildikó. "Seymour: Key to Salinger's Philosophy of Composition and Publication." The AnaChronisT 15 (2010): 104-116.

Maráczi, Géza. " 'A Peculiar Fusion of Soul': Narration, Characterisation, and the Self in Sons and Lovers." The AnaChronisT 13 (2007/2008): 41-65. Abstract PDF

Martínez-Alfaro, María Jesús. "Revisiting Modernism and the Myth of the Descent to the Underworld: The Fin-de-siècle Hell of Indifference and Fragmentation in Charles Palliser's The Sensationist." The AnaChronisT 13 (2007/2008): 181-201. Abstract PDF

Mecsnóber, Tekla. " 'So leastward on': Reduction and the Absurd in Beckett's Late Drama." The AnaChronisT [2] 1996: 243-256.

Mesterházi, Mónika. "The Way Out is the Way In: An Essay on T. S. Eliot's Four Quartets." The AnaChronisT [1] 1995: 197-210.

Mihálka, Réka. "Traduttore, Traditore? The Creative Translations of Ezra Pound's Cathay." The AnaChronisT 12 (2006): 141-166. Abstract PDF

Mihály, Árpád. " 'I too have the right to be shown impossible': Re-reading the Beckett Trilogy." The AnaChronisT [3] 1997: 93-112.

- - -. "Me, That Word, or Death by Text: Beckett." The AnaChronisT [5] 1999: 151-175.

Mihálycsa, Erika. "(un)Wordward Ho: Decreation and the Voiding of Language in Beckett's Late Prose Work." The AnaChronisT 15 (2010): 156-170.

Minier, Márta. "Beyond Foreignisation and Domestication: Harry Potter in Hungarian Translation." The AnaChronisT 10 (2004): 153-174. Abstract PDF

Moise, Gabriella. " 'Heaven be praised for it, the problem of space remained': The Phenomenology of Pictorial Space in Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse." The AnaChronisT 16 (2011): 34-56.

Morse, Donald E. "Sensational Implications: Kurt Vonnegut's Player Piano." The AnaChronisT [6] 2000: 303-314. HTML

Mráz, Attila Gergely. "The City as a Vacuous Common Place / Space in John Dos Passos's Manhattan Transfer." The AnaChronisT 13 (2007/2008): 66-88. Abstract PDF

Nagy, István. "The Modern Fairy of an Urban Folktale: An Introduction to Caryl Churchill's The Skriker." The AnaChronisT [4] 1998: 233-247.

Nényei, Judit. " 'Epiphanies' and Rebellion against Paternity in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man." The AnaChronisT [1] 1995: 270-278.

Okuyade, Ogaga. "Narrating Growth in the Nigerian Female Bildungsroman." The AnaChronisT 16 (2011): 152-170.

Olaoluwa, Senayon S. "Another Tale of Two Cities: Protesting Globalization in Odia Ofeimun's London Letter and Other Poems." The AnaChronisT 12 (2006): 251-268. Abstract PDF

Oramus, Dominika. "Woman as Alien: Angela Carter's Heroes and Villains." The AnaChronisT 15 (2010): 117-134.

Pataki, Éva. "On the Move: The Tourist and the Flâneur in Nirpal Singh Dhaliwal's Tourism." The AnaChronisT 17 (2012/13): 264-278.

Pellérdi, Márta. "Aestheticism and Decadence in Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita." The AnaChronisT [5] 1999: 201-212.

Sabatini, Federico. " 'Im-marginable Langscape': Re-creation and De-creation in Joyce and Beckett." The AnaChronisT 13 (2007/2008): 89-98. Abstract PDF

Sárdi, Rudolf. "Nabokov's Cold Pudding: The Stylistic and Structural Impact of Finnegans Wake on Lolita, Pale Fire, and Bend Sinister." The AnaChronisT 14 (2009): 121-134. Abstract

Sears, John. "George Szirtes's Meetings with 'Austerlitz.' " The AnaChronisT 11 (2005): 321-340. Abstract PDF

Séllei, Nóra. "Virginia Woolf and The Problem of Autobiography." The AnaChronisT [3] 1997: 71-91.

Sógor, Zsolt. "Beckett between the Lines: From Murphy to Watt." The AnaChronisT 10 (2004): 80-96. Abstract PDF

Stewart, Paul. "When Now? Beckett's Footfalls, Theatrical Chronology and Memory." The AnaChronisT [6] 2000: 292-302.

Swamidoss, Hannah. " 'You're So Yeller': Identity, Land, and the Third-Culture Subject in Frances Hodgson Burnett's The Secret Garden." The AnaChronisT 17 (2012/13): 161-180.

Swartz, Omar. "Buddhism as Critical Lens: The Dharma Bums as Social Criticism." The AnaChronisT 13 (2007/2008): 99-113. Abstract PDF

Szabó, Anna T. "The Self-Consuming Narrative: Auster's New York Trilogy." The AnaChronisT [2] 1996: 266-279.

Szele, Bálint. "Language and Ritual in T. S. Eliot's Sweeney Agonistes." The AnaChronisT 12 (2006): 167-182. Abstract PDF

Szigeti, András. "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock: An Analysis." The AnaChronisT [1] 1995: 186-196.

Takács, Ferenc. " 'anythongue athall': The Metathematisation of Language Identity in Finnegans Wake." The AnaChronisT 11 (2005): 224-232. Abstract PDF

Terzieva-Artemis, Rossitsa. "Toni Morrison's Beloved: Feminine Mystiques." The AnaChronisT 10 (2004): 125-142. Abstract PDF

Tew, Philip. "Contextualizing B. S. Johnson (1933-1973): The British Novel's Forgotten Voice of Protest." The AnaChronisT [4] 1998: 165-192.

Tóta, Benedek Péter. "Annunciation: The Proclamation of the Word in the Four Quartets." The AnaChronisT [1] 1995: 211-242.

Tóth, György. "The Children of the Empire: Anti-Imperialism in Frances Hodgson Burnett's The Secret Garden." The AnaChronisT [9] 2003: 117-147. Abstract PDF

Tóth, Tibor. "Joseph Conrad: Lord Jim." The AnaChronisT [2] 1996: 210-230.

Tukacs, Tamás. " 'Close, But Not Touching': Readings and Misreadings in John Fowles's The Collector." The AnaChronisT [8] 2002: 228-249. HTML

- - -. "Memory, War and Trauma in Late Modernism: Henry Green's Caught." The AnaChronisT 17 (2012/13): 207-228.

Tynan, Maeve. "Mapping Roots in Derec Walcott's Omeros." The AnaChronisT 12 (2006): 233-250. Abstract PDF

Ward, Robert. "Imprisonment in Nelson Algren's The Man with the Golden Arm." The AnaChronisT 12 (2006): 183-197. Abstract PDF

Warde, Anthony. " 'One Was a Woman, the Other a Man': A Psychoanalytic Study of Sexual Identity in the Novels of Toni Morrison." The AnaChronisT 11 (2005): 270-293. Abstract PDF

Comparative and theoretical essays

Antal, Éva. "The Ironical Allegory of Remembrance and Oblivion: (In Memory of Paul de Man and Jacques Derrida)." The AnaChronisT 11 (2005): 233-252. Abstract PDF

- - -. "Pygmalions' Reading of Reading Pygmalions: Rhetorical Self-Quest in de Man, Rousseau, and Ovid." The AnaChronisT 14 (2009): 135-158. Abstract

Baróthy, Judit. "The Androgynous Mind: Woolf's To the Lighthouse and Pasternak's Zhenya Luvers' Childhood." The AnaChronisT [2] 1996: 79-97.

Bülgözdi, Imola. " 'We Looked like Salt and Pepper': Children's Perception of Race in Short Stories by Southern Women Writers." The AnaChronisT 11 (2005): 183-195. Abstract PDF

Chitanu, Cristina. "The Performativity of Literature." The AnaChronisT 15 (2010): 72-92.

Croisy, Sophie. "Michelle Cliff's Non-Western Figures of Trauma: The Creolization of Trauma Studies." The AnaChronisT 13 (2007/2008): 131-156. Abstract PDF

Czigány, Ákos. "The Discourse of Deep Tautology: Pilinszky." The AnaChronisT [2] 1996: 25-78.

Detsi-Diamanti, Zoe. "Politicizing Aesthetics: The Politics of Violence and Sexuality in Colonial and Revolutionary Representations of America as an Indian Woman." The AnaChronisT 12 (2006): 61-78. Abstract PDF

Dragon, Zoltán. "Derrida's Specter, Abraham's Phantom: Psychoanalysis as the Uncanny Kernel of Deconstruction." The AnaChronisT 11 (2005): 253-269. Abstract PDF

Espák, Gabriella T. "Mabo and the Paradigm Shift in Australian Historiography." The AnaChronisT [6] 2000: 327-345. HTML

Fejérvári, Boldizsár. "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Meet Edward II: A Study in Intertextuality." The AnaChronisT [9] 2003: 173-196. Abstract PDF

Friedrich, Judit. "Postmodernism in Hungary: Péter Esterházy." The AnaChronisT [2] 1996: 1-14.

Györke, Ágnes. "Imagined Identities: Locating the Subject in the Nation." The AnaChronisT [7] 2001: 144-166. HTML

Horvath, Raymond. "A Generative Concept of Poetic Truth." The AnaChronisT [5] 1999: 213-231.

Jordan, Eamonn. "Menace and Play: Dissipating and Emerging Dramaturgies in Irish Theatre in the 1990s." The AnaChronisT 13 (2007/2008): 157-180. Abstract PDF

Kenyeres, János. "Northrop Frye and Contemporary Literary Theory." The AnaChronisT [4] 1998: 248-266.

- - -. "Kerygma, Concern and Literature: Northrop Frye and the Bible." The AnaChronisT [5] 1999: 177-200.

- - -. "Intention and Interpretation in Literary Theory and Legal Hermeneutics." The AnaChronisT [8] 2002: 216-227. HTML

Krassóy, Ákos. "The 'House of Fiction': Plurality and Essentialism in Dickens' Bleak House." The AnaChronisT [7] 2001: 38-67. HTML

Lee, Taek-Gwang. "The Politics of Realism: Lukács and Reflection Theory." The AnaChronisT 10 (2004): 61-79. Abstract PDF

Mihály, Árpád. "The Narrative in Danger - Endangered Narrators: Laurence Stern and Samuel Beckett." The AnaChronisT [1] 1995: 106-133.

Munteán, László. "Men on Wire: Performing 9/11." The AnaChronisT 15 (2010): 171-194.

Nényei, Judit. "The Dancer as Femme Fatale in Arthur Symons, W. B. Yeats and James Joyce." The AnaChronisT [4] 1998: 148-164.

Nyusztay, Iván. "Tragic Delusion and Authentication: Tragedy in Greek and Shakespearean Drama." The AnaChronisT [3] 1997: 1-12.

- - -. "The Faces of the Other: Configurations of Alterity in Emmanuel Levinas and Harold Pinter." The AnaChronisT [8] 2002: 250-263. HTML

Oziewicz, Marek. "Joseph Campbell's 'New Mythology' and the Rise of Mythopoeic Fantasy." The AnaChronisT 13 (2007/2008): 114-130. Abstract PDF

Péti, Miklós. "The Shaping of Literary Cult: The Reception of Chapman's Homer from Jonson to Keats." The AnaChronisT [5] 1999: 33-52.

Pintér, Károly. "The Meaning of 31 Words: The Pledge of Allegiance and Its Interpretations." The AnaChronisT 12 (2006): 269-299. Abstract PDF

Prickett, Stephen. "Postmodernism and Irony." The AnaChronisT [7] 2001: 199-214. HTML

Rosenthal, Edna. "A Certain Comparison: Lessing's and Eliot's Use of the Poetics." The AnaChronisT 12 (2006): 115-140. Abstract PDF

Ruttkay, Veronika. "Interpreting Hamlet, 1812-13: Coleridge's Romantic Hermeneutic Experiment." The AnaChronisT [8] 2002: 44-78. HTML

Sándor, Beáta. "The Boundaries of the Stage: Péter Nádas, Burial." The AnaChronisT [4] 1998: 267-280.

Szabó, Andrea F. "Appropriating Left-Speech: Women Writing During the American Depression." The AnaChronisT [8] 2002: 180-189. HTML

Szigeti, András. "Innovation and Representation in Postmodern Fiction." The AnaChronisT [3] 1997: 133-165.

Szűcs, Terézia. "The Tree of Orpheus: Rilke - Keyes - Nemes Nagy." The AnaChronisT [2] 1996: 15-24.

Tóth, Tibor. " 'And the pool was filled [again] with water out of sunlight': Fowles - Durrell - Roth." The AnaChronisT [3] 1997: 113-131.

Varga, Tünde. "Text and Interpretation Reconsidered: Intertextuality as the Being of Text - Contrasting Gadamer and Paul de Man in the Light of Intertextuality." The AnaChronisT [7] 2001: 167-198. HTML

- - -. "Image and Imagination in the Ekphrastic Tradition." The AnaChronisT [8] 2002: 190-215. HTML

Interviews

Adorján, István. "An Interview with J. Hillis Miller." The AnaChronisT [8] 2002: 297-302. HTML

Fejérvári, Boldizsár. "From Fake Lit to the Value of Real Nightingales: An Interview with Nick Groom." The AnaChronisT 17 (2012/13): 279-297.

Kurdi, Mária. "The World and Work of Brian Friel: Interview with Richard Pine." The AnaChronisT [9] 2003: 233-251. PDF

Minier, Márta. " 'I'm a Tradesman': Interview with Ádám Nádasdy, the Translator." The AnaChronisT [8] 2002: 303-314. HTML

Nagy, Enikő. "Moving Crystal Mountains: Edwin Morgan and George Szirtes Talk about Translating Hungarian Poetry." The AnaChronisT [4] 1998: 281-294. HTML

Sári, László B. "Interview with Alan Sinfield." The AnaChronisT 10 (2004): 175-181. PDF

 

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