Modern Language Review 109.1

Modern Language Review 109.1

Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 2014  •  319pp

ISBN: 978-1-781881-04-0 (paperback)

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Contents:

1-14
‘Tolle Lege’: Epiphanies of the Book
Theodore Ziolkowski
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15-34
Lacunary Knowledge in Sebald and Proust
Edward J. Hughes
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35-53
‘P.s.’: the Dangerous Logic of the Postscript in Eighteenth-Century Literature
Richard Terry
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54-74
Ruins and Visions: Stephen Spender in Occupied Germany
Florian Alix-Nicolaï
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75-95
Henri-Georges Clouzot's L'enfer: Modern Cinema at the Crossroads of the Arts
Marion Schmid
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96-109
Michel Tournier and the Virtual Essay
Christy Wampole
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110-120
The Power of Woman's Words, the Power of Woman's Silence: How the Madrastra Speaks in the Thirteenth-Century Castilian Sendebar
Andreea Weisl-Shaw
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121-138
What Do We Say When We Say ‘Juan Gelman’? On Pseudonyms and Polemics in Recent Argentine Poetry
Ben Bollig
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139-159
Hölderlin On Tragedy and Paradox: ‘Die Bedeutung Der Tragödien […]’
Charles Lewis
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160-177
‘Das Land, in Dem Das Proletariat [nur] Genannt Werden Darf’: the Language of Participation in Heiner Müller's Der Lohndrücker
Michael Wood
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178-198
‘Long Live Poland!’: Representing the Past in Polish Comic Books
Ewa Stańczyk
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199-218
Looking For the Creator: Pelevin and the Impotent Writer in T (2009) and Ananasnaia Voda Dlia Prekrasnoi Damy (2011)
S. Dalton-Brown
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219-220
Review of Stephen Partridge and Erik Kwakkel, Author, Reader, Book: Medieval Authorship in Theory and Practice
Venetia Bridges
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220-221
Review of Larissa Tracy, Torture and Brutality in Medieval Literature: Negotiations of National Identity
David Matthews
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221-222
Review of Manuele Gragnolati, Tristan Kay, Elena Lombardi, and Francesca Southerden, Desire in Dante and the Middle Ages
Ruth Chester
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223-224
Review of Helen Deutsch and Mary Terrall, Vital Matters: Eighteenth-Century Views of Conception, Life, and Death
Andrew Wells
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224-226
Review of Elena Agazzi, Tropen und Metaphern im Gelehrtendiskurs des 18. Jahrhunderts
Orsolya Kiss
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226-227
Review of Stefano Villani, Classe di Scienze Morali, Storiche e Filologiche, Memorie
Fabio Camillettt
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228-229
Review of Rosa Mucignat, Realism and Space in the Novel, 1795–1869: Imagined Geographies
Ari J. Blatt
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229-231
Review of David Palumbo-Liu, The Deliverance of Others: Reading Literature in a Global Age
Louis Lo
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231-233
Review of Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht, Erik Butler, Atmosphere, Mood, Stimmung: On a Hidden Potential of Literature
Pierpaolo Antonello
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234-235
Review of Mari Hughes-Edwards, Reading Medieval Anchoritism: Ideology and Spiritual Practices
Rebecca Pinner
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235-236
Review of Gilles Monsarrat, Brian Vickers, and R. J. C. Watt, The Collected Works of John Ford
Lesel Dawson
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236-237
Review of Roger D. Sell, Literary Community-Making: The Dialogicality of English Texts from the Seventeenth Century to the Present
Renzo D'Agnillo
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238-239
Review of Hal Gladfelder, Fanny Hill in Bombay: The Making & Unmaking of John Cleland
Carolyn D. Williams
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239-240
Review of Nancy Easterlin, A Biocultural Approach to Literary Theory and Interpretation
Gavin Miller
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240-242
Review of Miriam Mandel, Hemingway in Africa
William Blazek
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242-243
Review of Kevin J. Hayes, A Journey through American Literature
Michael J. Collins
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243-245
Review of Caroline Zilboorg, H.D., Bid Me to Live: A Madrigal
Alice Kelly
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245-246
Review of Alan Robinson, Narrating the Past: Historiography, Memory and the Contemporary Novel
David James
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246-247
Review of Thomas Hinton, The ‘Conte du Graal’ Cycle: Chrétien de Troyes's ‘Perceval’, the Continuations and French Arthurian Romance
Ad Putter
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248-249
Review of Sara E. Melzer, Colonizer or Colonized: The Hidden Stories of Early Modern French Culture
Michael Harrigan
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249-250
Review of Philip Ford and Neil Kenny, La Librairie de Montaigne: Proceedings of the Tenth Cambridge French Renaissance Colloquium, 2–4 September 2008
Jean Braybrook
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250-251
Review of Adrien Paschoud and Nathalie Vuillemin, Penser l'ordre naturel, 1680–1810
Nick Treuherz
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252-253
Review of Benoît Jullien, Un commerce pour gens ordinaires? La Rochelle et la traite négrière au XVIIIe siècle; Mickaël Augeron and Olivier Caudron, La Rochelle, l'Aunis et la Saintonge face à l'esclavage
Roger Little
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253-254
Review of Friedrich Melchior Grimm, by Ulla Kölving, Sigun Dafgård Norén, Correspondance littéraire
Derek Connon
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254-255
Review of Karyna Szmurlo, Germaine de Staël: Forging a Politics of Mediation
Joanne Wilkes
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256-257
Review of Claire Lozier, De l'abject et du sublime: Georges Bataille, Jean Genet, Samuel Beckett
David Houston Jones
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257-258
Review of David Platten, The Pleasures of Crime: Reading Modern French Crime Fiction
Lucy O'Meara
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258-261
Review of Helena Sanson, Women, Language and Grammar in Italy, 1500–1900
Francesco Sberlati, Paul Howard
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261-262
Review of Vittorio Montemaggi and Matthew Traherne, Dante's ‘Commedia’: Theology as Poetry
Julia Bolton Holloway
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262-264
Review of Davide Dalmas, Il saggio, il gusto e il cliché: per un'interpretazione di Mario Praz
Ilaria Mallozzi
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264-265
Review of Amit Thakkar, The Fiction of Juan Rulfo: Irony, Revolution and Postcolonialism
Olivia Vazquez-Medina
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265-266
Review of Judith Ryan, The Cambridge Introduction to German Poetry
Ian Cooper
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266-268
Review of Anton Schwob and Ute Monika Schwob, Die Lebenszeugnisse Oswalds von Wolkenstein: Edition und Kommentar
Almut Suerbaum
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268-269
Review of Cord-Friedrich Berghahn and Till Kinzel, Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift
Roger Paulin
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269-271
Review of Hilary Brown, Luise Gottsched the Translator
John L. Flood
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271-272
Review of Elke Pfitzinger, Die Aufklärung ist weiblich: Frauenrollen im Drama um 1800
Steffan Davies
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273-274
Review of Claudia Stockinger and Stefan Scherer, Ludwig Tieck: Leben — Werk — Wirkung
Brian Haman
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274-277
Review of Peter Gossens, Weltliteratur: Modelle transnationaler Literaturwahrnehmung im 19. Jahrhundert
Anna Guillemin
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277-279
Review of Michael James White, Space in Theodor Fontane's Works: Theme and Poetic Function
Jeffrey L. Sammons
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279-280
Review of Christopher D. Johnson, Memory, Metaphor, and Aby Warburg's Atlas of Images
Ritchie Robertson
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280-282
Review of Claudia Hillebrandt, Das emotionale Wirkungspotenzial von Erzähltexten: Mit Fallstudien zu Kafka, Perutz und Werfel
Ernest Schonfield
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282-283
Review of Manfred Engel and Ritchie Robertson, Kafka und die kleine Prosa der Moderne/Kafka and Short Modernist Prose
Ronald Speirs
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283-285
Review of Heimo Schwilk, Hermann Hesse: Das Leben des Glasperlenspielers
Osman Durrani
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285-286
Review of Catherine Gouriou, Du ‘fatum’ au divin: le mythe dans l'œuvre d'Alfred Döblin (1935–1957)
David Midgley
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286-287
Review of Mira Miladinović Zalaznik and Johann Georg Lughofer, Joseph Roth: Europäisch-jüdischer Schriftsteller und österreichischer Universalist
Andrew Barker
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287-290
Review of Thomas Mann, Thomas Sprecher, Hans R. Vaget, and Cornelia Bernini, Briefe
Ritchie Robertson
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290-291
Review of Klaus Mann, Inge Jens and Uwe Naumann, ‘Lieber und verehrter Onkel Heinrich’
Karina Von Lindeiner-Stráský
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292-293
Review of Beat Dietschy, Doris Zeilinger, and Rainer Zimmermann, Bloch-Wörterbuch: Leitbegriffe der Philosophie Ernst Blochs
Catherine Moir
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293-295
Review of Bill Niven and Chloe Paver, Memorialization in Germany since 1945
Dora Osborne
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295-296
Review of Thomas Krämer, Die Poetik des Gedenkens: Zu den autobiographischen Romanen H. G. Adlers
Helen Finch
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296-297
Review of Gert Hofmann, Rachel MagShamhráin, Marko Pajević, and Michael Shields, German and European Poetics after the Holocaust: Crisis and Creativity
Kirstin Gwyer
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298-299
Review of Paul Cooke and Chris Homewood, New Directions in German Cinema
Seán Allan
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299-301
Review of Gennady Estraikh, Jordan Finkin, Kerstin Hoge, and Mikhail Krutikov, Translating Sholem Aleichem: History, Politics, and Art
Leah Garrett
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301-302
Review of Susan Broomhall and Jennifer Spinks, Early Modern Women in the Low Countries: Feminizing Sources and Interpretations of the Past
Jane Fenoulhet
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302-304
Review of Anna Schur, Wages of Evil: Dostoevsky and Punishment
Sarah J. Young
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304-305
Review of Rick McPeak and Donna Tussing Orwin, Tolstoy on War: Narrative Art and Historical Truth in ‘War and Peace’
W. Gareth Jones
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305-307
Review of Emily Van Buskirk and Andrei Zorin, Lydia Ginzburg's Alternative Literary Identities: A Collection of Articles and New Translations
Sarah Pratt
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307-308
Review of Mark Bassin and Catriona Kelly, Soviet and Post-Soviet Identities
Victoria Donovan
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