Modern Language Review 111.1

Modern Language Review 111.1

Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 2016  •  316pp

ISBN: 978-1-781882-46-7 (paperback)

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Contents:

1-16
‘Intoxicated Geographies’: Sites of Refraction and Fragmentation in Scipio Slataper's Il mio Carso and Hermann Hesse's Der Steppenwolf
Emma Bond
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17-37
Italo Calvino and Samuel Beckett: Regenerative Creation in the Fiction of the 1960s
Alberto Tondello
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38-60
‘Custom […] doth make dotards of us all’: Peripheral Perspectives on the Centre in Thomas Carlyle's Sartor Resartus and Francis Sylvester Mahony's ‘Prout Papers’
Fergus Dunne
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61-84
An ‘inexhaustible subject for investigation’: The Eastern Gothic of Carmen Sylva and Bram Stoker
Laura Nixon
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85-103
Reforming Society and Genre in Hugo's ‘Claude Gueux’
Allan H. Pasco
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104-120
‘L'esprit, le cœur et les bras’: Rethinking Art as Labour in George Sand
Manon Mathias
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121-140
More on the Sources of Trilce XXXVI
Dominic Moran
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141-161
‘This was a man!’ Goethe's Egmont and Shakespeare's Julius Caesar
Matthew Bell
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162-182
Dichtung and weiter leben: Ruth Klüger's Autobiography as Literature
Michael Minden
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183-207
Songs of Innocence and Experience: Michael Haneke's Cinematic Visions of Childhood
Alexandra Lloyd
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208-226
Polish Futurism Revisited: Anatol Stern and his Post-War Poetry Recording
Aleksandra Kremer
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227-228
Review of Theodore Ziolkowski, Classicism of the Twenties: Art, Music, and Literature
Peter Dayan
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228-229
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229-231
Review of Sarah Wood, Without Mastery: Reading and Other Forces
Clare Connors
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231-232
Review of Michael Mack, Philosophy and Literature in Times of Crisis: Challenging our Infatuation with Numbers
K. M. Newton
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232-234
Review of Samantha Zacher, Re-writing the Old Testament in Anglo-Saxon Verse: Becoming the Chosen People
Chris Jones
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234-235
Review of Brooke Conti, Confessions of Faith in Early Modern England
Dan Breen
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235-236
Review of Rachel Trubowitz, Nation and Nurture in Seventeenth-Century English Literature
Marion Wynne-Davies
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236-238
Review of Eva König, The Orphan in Eighteenth-Century Fiction: The Vicissitudes of the Eighteenth-Century Subject
Sarah Tindal Kareem
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238-240
Review of Peter McDonald, Sound Intentions: The Workings of Rhyme in Nineteenth-Century Poetry
Anna Barton
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240-241
Review of Miriam Elizabeth Burstein, Victorian Reformations: Historical Fiction and Religious Controversy, 1820–1900
Jeremy Tambling
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241-242
Review of Laurence Talairach-Vielmas, Fairy Tales, Natural History and Victorian Culture
Jan Susina
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243-244
Review of Neil Hultgren, Melodramatic Imperial Writing: From the Sepoy Rebellion to Cecil Rhodes
Dominic Alessio
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244-245
Review of Jessica Gildersleeve, Elizabeth Bowen and the Writing of Trauma: The Ethics of Survival
Eibhear Walshe
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245-247
Review of Geoffrey Hill, Kenneth Haynes, Broken Hierarchies: Poems 1952–2012
Alex Pestell
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247-248
Review of Wendy Ayres-Bennett and Thomas M. Rainsford, L'Histoire du français: état des lieux et perspectives
Anthony Lodge
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248-249
Review of Jeanne Flore, Kelly Digby Peebles and Marta Rijn Finch, Tales and Trials of Love
Elena Woodacre
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249-250
Review of Guillaume Peureux, La Muse satyrique (1600–1622)
Adam Horsley
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250-251
Review of Claude Corbo, Monuments intellectuels de la Nouvelle-France et du Québec ancien: aux origines d'une tradition culturelle
Rosemary Chapman
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251-252
Review of Domna C. Stanton, The Dynamics of Gender in Early Modern France: Women Writ, Women Writing
Séverine Genieys-Kirk
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253-254
Review of Tuomas Tikanoja, Transgressing Boundaries: Worldly Conversation, Politeness and Sociability in Ancien Régime France, 1660–1789
Clare H. Crowston
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254-255
Review of James Schorr, ‘La Bagatelle’ (1718–1719): A Critical Edition of Justus van Effen's Journal
Claire Boulard Jouslin
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255-256
Review of Sonia Cherrad, Le Discours pédagogique féminin au temps des Lumières
Mary McAlpin
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256-257
Review of Pierre Berthiaume, Matières incandescentes: problématiques matérialistes des Lumières françaises (1650–1780)
Isabelle Moreau
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257-258
Review of Friedrich Melchior Grimm, Ulla Kölving, Robert Granderoute, Monica Hjortberg, Ulla Kölving, and Sven Björkman, Correspondance littéraire
Derek Connon
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258-259
Review of Pierre-Laurent de Belloy, Logan J. Connors, Le Siège de Calais
Yann Robert
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259-260
Review of Jean-Michel Racault, Guilhem Armand, Colas Duflo, and Chantale Meure, Bernardin de Saint-Pierre: œuvres complètes, vol. i: Romans et contes
Robin Howells
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260-261
Review of Seth Whidden, Authority in Crisis in French Literature, 1850–1880
Paul Rowe
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262-263
Review of Bronwen Martin, The Fiction of J. M. G. Le Clézio: A Postcolonial Reading
Fiona Barclay
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263-265
Review of Gloria Allaire and Regina Psaki, The Arthur of the Italians: The Arthurian Legend in Medieval Italian Literature and Culture
Jane E. Everson
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265-267
Review of Peter Jordan, The Venetian Origins of the Commedia dell'Arte
Richard Andrews
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267-268
Review of Salvatore Di Maria, The Poetics of Imitation in the Italian Theatre in the Renaissance
Richard Andrews
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268-270
Review of Paolo Chirumbolo and John Picchione, Edoardo Sanguineti: Literature, Ideology and the Avant-Garde
Florian Mussgnug
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270-272
Review of Geert Buelens, Harald Hendrix, and Monica Jansen, The History of Futurism: The Precursors, Protagonists, and Legacies
Shirley W. Vinall
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272-274
Review of Lucienne Kroha, The Drama of the Assimilated Jew: Giorgio Bassani's ‘Romanzo di Ferrara’
Elizabeth Schächter
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274-275
Review of Daniela La Penna, Meneghello: Fiction, Scholarship, Passione civile
Diego Zancani
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275-276
Review of Michael Syrimis, The Great Black Spider on its Knock-Kneed Tripod: Reflections of Cinema in Early Twentieth-Century Italy
Michael Edwards
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276-278
Review of Isabel Torres, Love Poetry in the Spanish Golden Age: Eros, Eris and Empire
Anne J. Cruz
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278-279
Review of María DeGuzmán, Buenas Noches American Culture: Latina/o Aesthetics of Night
Eilidh A. B. Hall
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279-281
Review of Rolf H. Bremmer, Jr, Stephen Laker, and Oebele Vries, Directions for Old Frisian Philology
Sheila Watts
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281-283
Review of Elisabeth Lienert, Sonja Kerth, and Svenja Nierentz, Rosengarten
John L. Flood
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283-284
Review of William Ian Miller, ‘Why is your axe bloody?’ A Reading of ‘Njáls saga’
Slavica Ranković
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285-286
Review of John Guthrie, Alexander Pope: Epilog zu den Satiren. Dialog I. In der ungedruckten Übertragung von Jacob Michael Reinhold Lenz sowie im Anhang der ersten deutschen Übersetzung von Johann Jakob Dusch
Howard Gaskill
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286-288
Review of Eike Brock, Nietzsche und der Nihilismus
Paul Bishop
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288-290
Review of Birger Vanwesenbeeck and Mark H. Gelber, Stefan Zweig and World Literature: Twenty-First-Century Perspectives
Pardaad Chamsaz
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291-292
Review of Jennifer M. Hoyer, ‘The space of words’: Exile and Diaspora in the Works of Nelly Sachs
Florian Strob
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292-294
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294-296
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296-298
Review of Bruce B. Campbell, Alison Guenther-Pal, and Vibeke Rützou Petersen, Detectives, Dystopias and Poplit: Studies in Modern Genre Fiction
Katharina Hall
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298-299
Review of Andrew Wright Hurley, Into the Groove: Popular Music and Contemporary German Fiction
Karoline Johanna Baumann
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299-301
Review of Rüdiger Görner, Das parfümierte Wort: Die fünf Sinne in literarischer Theorie und Praxis
Theodore Ziolkowski
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301-304
Review of Rüdiger Görner, Stimmenzauber: Über eine literaturästhetische Vokalistik
Theodore Ziolkowski
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304-305
Review of Mark Thompson, Birth Certificate: The Story of Danilo Kiš
Aleksandar Bošković
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305-306
Review of Milla Fedorova, Yankees in Petrograd, Bolsheviks in New York: America and Americans in Russian Literary Perception
Anna Arustamova
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