Modern Language Review 107.1

Modern Language Review 107.1

Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 2012  •  346pp

ISBN: 978-1-907322-57-0 (paperback)

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Contents:

1-19
Androgynous Desire: Flaubert, Joyce, Puig, and the Tradition of the Female Quixote
Patricia Novillo-Corvalán
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20-38
Translations of Baudelaire in Spain 1880–19101
Glyn Hambrook
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39-64
The Role of the Periodical Editor: Literary Journals and Editorial Habitus
Matthew Philpotts
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65-87
The Value of Money in Robinson Crusoe, Moll Flanders, and Roxana
David Wallace Spielman
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88-107
‘What Beast is This Lies Wallowing in His Gore?’ The Indignity of Man and the Animal Nature of Love in The Sea Voyage
John Sutherland
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108-123
Losing the Plot: The Melancholy of Remembrance in the Old French Folie Tristan Poems
Ben Ramm
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124-142
Punctuating Dramatic Dialogue: Corneille's Suspension Points
Michael Hawcroft
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143-161
Humanity's Struggle with Nature in Victor Hugo's Poetry of Progress
Katherine Lunn-Rockliffe
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162-181
Utopia, Venice, and Ruzante's Pavan: Venetian and Paduan Connections with Thomas More
Linda L. Carroll
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182-197
Infinity and One: On Jorge Luis Borges's ‘El Inmortal’
Rex Butler
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198-210
‘Durch Wunderkraft Erschienen’: Affinities between Goethe's Faust and Shakespeare's The Tempest
Charlotte Lee
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211-229
Zarathustra's Reincarnations: Literary Responses to Nietzsche's Work
Theodore Ziolkowski
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230-258
Debating Detectives: The Influence of Publitsistika on Nineteenth-Century Russian Crime Fiction
Claire Whitehead
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259-260
Review of David Crystal, The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Language
Diane Nelson
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260-261
Review of Marion Chottin, L'Aveugle et le Philosophe; ou, Comment la cécité donne à penser
Felizitas Ringham
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261-263
Review of Robert Pyrah and Marius Turda, Re-Contextualising East Central European History: Nation, Culture and Minority Groups
John Paul Newman
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263-265
Review of Alfred Thomas, Prague Palimpsest: Writing, Memory, and the City
Peter Zusi
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265-267
Review of Jack Goody, Myth, Ritual and the Oral
Mark C. Amodio
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267-268
Review of David Womersley, Divinity and State
Roger Pooley
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268-269
Review of Gabriel Heaton, Writing and Reading Royal Entertainments: From George Gascoigne to Ben Jonson
Andrew Hadfield
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269-271
Review of Graham Rees and Maria Wakely, Publishing, Politics, and Culture: The King's Printers in the Reign of James I and VI
Allyna E. Ward
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271-272
Review of Richard A. McCabe, The Oxford Handbook of Edmund Spenser
Richard Danson Brown
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273-274
Review of Julie Sanders, Ben Jonson in Context
Monika Smialkowska
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274-275
Review of Karen Junod, ‘Writing the Lives of Painters’: Biography and Artistic Identity in Britain 1760–1810
Leonee Ormond
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275-276
Review of M. O. Grenby, The Child Reader 1700–1840
Gillian Avery
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277-278
Review of Nigel Leask, Robert Burns and Pastoral: Poetry and Improvement in Late Eighteenth-Century Scotland
Robert Crawford
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278-279
Review of Sarah Haggarty, Blake's Gifts: Poetry and the Politics of Exchange
Jeremy Tambling
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279-280
Review of Jonathan Roberts, Blake. Wordsworth. Religion
John Batchelor
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280-281
Review of Anna Vaninskaya, William Morris and the Idea of Community: Romance, History and Propaganda, 1880–1914
Ben Moore
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282-283
Review of Michael Wood, Yeats and Violence: The Clarendon Lectures in English 2008
Matthew Paul Carlson
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283-284
Review of David Houston Jones, Samuel Beckett and Testimony
Peter Fifield
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284-285
Review of Christine Ferlampin-Acher, Perceforest et Zéphir: propositions autour d'un récit arthurien bourgignon
Leslie C. Brook
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285-286
Review of Jean Wauquelin, Maria Colombo Timelli, La Manequine
Rosalind Brown-Grant
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286-287
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288-289
Review of Randolph Paul Runyon, Intratextual Baudelaire: The Sequential Fabric of the ‘Fleurs du mal’ and ‘Spleen de Paris’
H. Porter Abbott
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289-290
Review of Mary Donaldson-Evans, Madame Bovary at the Movies: Adaptation, Ideology, Context
Marion Schmid
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290-292
Review of Zygmunt G. Barański and Martin McLaughlin, Dante the Lyric and Ethical Poet/Dante lirico e etico
John Took
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292-293
Review of Sara Fortuna, Manuele Gragnolati, and Jürgen Trabant, Dante's Plurilingualism: Authority, Knowledge, Subjectivity
Simon A. Gilson
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294
Review of Francesco Bausi, Dante fra scienza e sapienza: esegesi del canto XII del ‘Paradiso’
Simon A. Gilson
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295-296
Review of Alexander Samson and Jonathan Thacker, A Companion to Lope de Vega
R. J. Oakley
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296-298
Review of Kathryn Crameri, Catalonia: National Identity and Cultural Policy, 1980–2003
Helena Buffery
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298-299
Review of Steven Boldy, A Companion to Jorge Luis Borges
Eamon McCarthy
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299-300
Review of Thomas Kerth, King Rother and his Bride: Quest and Counter-Quests
Sarah Bowden
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300-302
Review of Gernot Michael Müller, Humanismus und Renaissance in Augsburg: Kulturgeschichte einer Stadt zwischen Spätmittelalter und Dreißigjährigem Krieg
John L. Flood
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302-304
Review of Lorraine Byrne Bodley, Goethe and Zelter: Musical Dialogues
Hilda Brown
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304-306
Review of Peter J. Schwartz, After Jena: Goethe's ‘Elective Affinities’ and the End of the Old Regime
Angus Nicholls
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306-307
Review of Steven R. Huff, Heinrich von Kleist's Poetics of Passivity
Seán Allan
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307-309
Review of Roland Berbig, Fontane als Biograph
John Osborne
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309-310
Review of Dirk Göttsche and Ulf-Michael Schneider, Signaturen realistischen Erzählens im Werk Wilhelm Raabes: Anläßlich des 100. Todestages
Jeffrey L. Sammons
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311-312
Review of Carl Niekerk, Reading Mahler: German Culture and Jewish Identity in Fin-de-Siècle Vienna
Andrew Barker
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312-313
Review of Karen Leeder and Robert Vilain, The Cambridge Companion to Rilke
Jennifer Gosetti-Ferencei
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313-314
Review of Irmgard M. Wirtz, Kafka verschrieben
Ritchie Robertson
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315-316
Review of Frank Krause, Expressionism and Gender/Expressionismus und Geschlecht
Caitrííona Níí Dhúúill
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316-318
Review of Charmian Brinson and Marian Malet, Exile in and from Czechoslovakia during the 1930s and 1940s
Peter Zusi
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318-319
Review of Deborah Vietor-Engländer, Exil im Nebelland: Elisabeth Castoniers Briefe an Mary Tucholsky. Eine Chronik
Richard Dove
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319-320
Review of Anna Seghers, Christiane Zehl Romero and Almut Giesecke, Briefe 1953–1983
Ian Wallace
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320-321
Review of Helmut Peitsch, Nachkriegsliteratur 1945–1989
Stuart Taberner
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321-323
Review of Peter Hutchinson and Michael Minden, Landmarks in the German Novel (2)
Hans-Joachim Hahn
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323-324
Review of Laura Bradley, Cooperation and Conflict: GDR Theatre Censorship, 1961–1989
David Barnett
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324-326
Review of Jaimey Fischer and Barbara Mennel, Spatial Turns: Space, Place, and Mobility in German Literary and Visual Culture
Stacy Hartman
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326-327
Review of Ralf Simon, Der poetische Text als Bildkritik
Nicholas Saul
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327-328
Review of Elisabeth Krimmer, The Representation of War in German Literature: From 1800 to the Present
Alan Bance
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328-330
Review of Robert Cowan, The Indo-German Identification: Reconciling South Asian Origins and European Destinies, 1765–1885
Roger Paulin
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330-331
Review of Julia Reimann, Venedig ist ein poetisches Wunder: Eine Studie zur Rezeption der venezianischen Renaissancemaler Tizian, Tintoretto und Veronese in der deutschen Literatur
Ritchie Robertson
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331-333
Review of Sander Brouwer, Dutch Contributions to the Fourteenth International Congress of Slavists, Ohrid, September 10–16, 2008
Roger Cockrell
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333-335
Review of Barbara Wyllie, Vladimir Nabokov
Siggy Frank
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335-336
Review of Barbara Korte, Eva Ulrike Pirker, and Sissy Helff, Facing the East in the West: Images of Eastern Europe in British Literature, Film and Culture
Andy Byford
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