Journal of English and American Studies
Published by the
Department of English Studies,
School of English and American Studies,
Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE),
Table of Contents Volume 17 (2012/13)
1-27 Bodonyi, Dániel. "Pathways of Desire: The Appearance of an Amorous 'I' in Shakespeare's Procreation Sonnets."
28-61 Barcsák, János. "Creativity, Singularity, Ethics in Pope's Essay on Criticism."
62-87 Fogarasi, György. "Teletrauma: Distance in Burke's Philosophical Enquiry."
107-116 Simonova Strout, Irina I. "The Exploration of Female Identity in the Father-Daughter Dynamic in Caroline Bowles's Poetry."
117-136 Birden, Lorene M. "Saki as Dauphin of the Wildean Witticism."
137-160 Macura-Nnamdi, Ewa. "Of Women and Decadence: Travel, Pleasure and Waste in Ella D'Arcy's 'The Pleasure-Pilgrim'."
161-180 Swamidoss, Hannah. " 'You're So Yeller': Identity, Land, and the Third-Culture Subject in Frances Hodgson Burnett's The Secret Garden."
181-206 Asztalos, Márta. "Family Romances in William Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom!"
207-228 Tukacs, Tamás. "Memory, War and Trauma in Late Modernism: Henry Green's Caught."
229-244 Sanna, Antonio. "Are Human Beings Ultimately Ignorant? Huxleian Preoccupations in H. G. Wells's The Time Machine and The War of the Worlds."
245-263 Cahill, Samara Anne. "An Untidy Finish: Atonement as Political Gothic."
264-278 Pataki, Éva. "On the Move: The Tourist and the Flâneur in Nirpal Singh Dhaliwal's Tourism."
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279-297 Fejérvári, Boldizsár. "From Fake Lit to the Value of Real Nightingales: An Interview with Nick Groom."
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298-323 Book Reviews on
Alex Watson, Romantic Marginality: Nation and Empire on the Borders of the Page (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2012) and Simon P. Hull, Charles Lamb, Elia and the London Magazine: Metropolitan Muse (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2010) by Bálint Gárdos
Peter Whitfield, Travel: A Literary History (Oxford: The Bodleian Library, 2011) by Zsuzsanna Váradi-Kalmár
Kathleen Dubs and Janka Kačáková, eds., Does It Really Mean That? Interpreting the Literary Ambiguous (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars, 2011) by Zsuzsanna Czifra
Sándor Klapcsik, Liminality in Fantastic Fiction (Jefferson, NC and London: McFarland, 2012) by Norbert Gyuris
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