Modern Language Review 111.4

Modern Language Review 111.4

Modern Humanities Research Association

1 October 2016

ISBN: 978-1-781882-49-8 (paperback)

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Contents:

917-935
Wordsworth's Northumbria: Bede, Cuthbert, and Northern Medievalism
Jessica Fay
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936-955
‘that's a scientific fact’: Christine Brooke-Rose's Experimental Turn
Adam Guy
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956-974
‘Je suis de race inférieure de toute éternité’: Towards a Postcolonial Reading of Rimbaud
Susan Harrow
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975-987
Grandmother Through the Looking-Glass: Perspectives on (Anti-)Ageing in Noëlle Châtelet's Au pays des vermeilles
Siobhan McIlvanney
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988-1003
‘Il mito americano’ and Masculinities of the Fascist Era
John Champagne
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1004-1028
Ironic Allusion and the Human Mind in Calderón's La cisma de Inglaterra
Roy Norton
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1029-1048
Training the Audience: Brecht and the Art of Spectatorship
Laura Bradley
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1049-1067
Nostalgia for the ‘Nowhere City’: Kaliningrad, Expellee Memory, and Johannes Bobrowski's Königsberg
Edward Saunders
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1068-1084
Metaphorical Conceptualization of Injurious and Injured Language in Herta Müller
Pavlo Shopin
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1085-1112
Diagnosing the Stalinist Sickness: Images of Illness in Aleksandr Bek and Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
Polly Jones
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1113-1114
Review of Kristina Pérez, The Myth of Morgan la Fey
Andrew Breeze
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1114-1115
Review of Alexandra Berlina, Brodsky Translating Brodsky: Poetry in Self-Translation
Natalia Rulyova
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1116-1117
Review of Christopher Cowley, The Philosophy of Autobiography
Catherine Rodgers
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1117-1118
Review of Pierpaolo Antonello and Heather Webb, Mimesis, Desire, and the Novel: René Girard and Literary Criticism
Iwona Janicka
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1118-1119
Review of Jack Zipes, The Oxford Companion to Fairy Tales, second edition
Michael Newton
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1119-1121
Review of Marcyliena H. Morgan, Speech Communities
Marco Tamburelli
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1121-1122
Review of Greg Walker, The Oxford Anthology of Tudor Drama
J. A. George
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1122-1123
Review of Ana de Freitas Boe and Abby Coykendall, Heteronormativity in Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture
Kim Simpson
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1123-1125
Review of Richard Hughes Gibson, Forgiveness in Victorian Literature: Grammar, Narrative, and Community
Jeremy Tambling
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1125-1126
Review of Katharina Boehm, Charles Dickens and the Sciences of Childhood: Popular Medicine, Child Health and Victorian Culture
Laura Peters
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1126-1128
Review of Peter Merchant and Catherine Waters, Dickens and the Imagined Child
Gill Ballinger
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1128-1129
Review of Caroline Ings-Chambers, Louisa Waterford and John Ruskin: ‘For you have not Falsely Praised’
John Batchelor
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1129-1131
Review of Allison Pease, The Cambridge Companion to ‘To the Lighthouse’
Nell Wasserstrom
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1131-1132
Review of Matthew Sperling, Visionary Philology: Geoffrey Hill and the Study of Words
James Underwood
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1132-1133
Review of Jenny Rowland, A Selection of Early Welsh Saga Poems
Alderik H. Blom
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1133-1134
Review of Denis Piramus, D. W. Russell, Kathryn A. Smith, La Vie Seint Edmund le Rei
Jade Bailey
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1134-1135
Review of Sophie Marnette, John F. Levy, and Leslie Zarker Morgan, ‘Si sai encor moult bon estoire, chançon moult bone et anciene’: Studies in the Text and Context of Old French Narrative in Honour of Joseph J. Duggan
Lucas Wood
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1135-1137
Review of Brent A. Pitts, The Anglo-Norman Gospel Harmony: A Translation of the ‘Estoire de l'Evangile’ (Dublin, Christ Church Cathedral C6.1.1, Liber niger)
Olivia Robinson
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1137-1138
Review of Guillebert De Mets, Evelyn Mullally, Description de la ville de Paris 1434
Hannah Morcos
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1138-1139
Review of Cecil P. Courtney and Jenny Mander, Raynal's ‘Histoire des deux Indes’: Colonialism, Networks and Global Exchange
David Allen Harvey
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1139-1140
Review of Stephen Forcer, Dada as Text, Thought and Theory
Elza Adamowicz
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1141-1142
Review of Vincenzo Monti, Stefania Bozzi, In morte di Ugo Bassville
Barbara Tanzi-Imbri
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1142-1143
Review of Katharine Mitchell, Italian Women Writers: Gender and Everyday Life in Fiction and Journalism 1870-1910
Monica Streifer
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1144-1145
Review of Jane Dunnett, The ‘mito americano’ and Italian Literary Culture under Fascism
Anita Virga
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1145-1146
Review of Valentina Polcini, Dino Buzzati and Anglo-American Culture: The Re-use of Visual and Narrative Texts in his Fantastic Fiction
Matthew Reza
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1147-1148
Review of Matthew Bailey, The Poetics of Speech in the Medieval Spanish Epic
Anthony Lappin
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1148-1149
Review of Emilio Peral Vega, Pierrot/Lorca: White Carnival of Black Desire
David George
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1149-1151
Review of William Viestenz, By the Grace of God: Francoist Spain and the Sacred Roots of Political Imagination
Gregorio Alonso
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1151-1152
Review of Jenni M. Lehtinen, Narrative and National Allegory in Rómulo Gallegos's Venezuela
Nicholas Roberts
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1152-1154
Review of Juan Mayorga, Emilio Peral Vega, Hamelin; La tortuga de Darwin
Simon Breden
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1154-1155
Review of José-Luis García Barrientos, La razón pertinaz: teoría y teatro actual en español
Federico López-Terra
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1155-1156
Review of Viola Wilcken, Historische Umgangssprachen zwischen Sprachwirklichkeit und literarischer Gestaltung: Formen, Funktionen und Entwicklungslinien des ‘Missingsch’
Timothy C. Jacob-Owens
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1156-1158
Review of Heinz-Peter Preusser, Pathische Ästhetik: Ludwig Klages und die Urgeschichte der Postmoderne
Paul Bishop
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1159-1161
Review of Robert Deam Tobin, Peripheral Desires: The German Discovery of Sex
Cyd Sturgess
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1161-1162
Review of Claude D. Conter and Birgit Schuhbeck, ‘Habe das Theater immer geliebt — wie fast alle geistigen deutschen’: Klaus Mann und das Theater
Karina Von Lindeiner-Stráský
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1162-1163
Review of Karen Leeder, Rereading East Germany: The Literature and Film of the GDR
Stephan Ehrig
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1163-1165
Review of Nicola McLelland, German through English Eyes: A History of Language Teaching and Learning in Britain 1500–2000
Nils Langer
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1165-1166
Review of Henrietta Mondry, Political Animals: Representing Dogs in Modern Russian Culture
Muireann Maguire
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