Modern Language Review 114.1

Modern Language Review 114.1

Modern Humanities Research Association

2 January 2019

ISBN: 978-1-781888-92-6 (paperback)

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Contents:

1-21
How to Be Alone with Others: Plessner, Adorno, and Barthes on Tact
Katja Haustein
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22-34
Paul et Virginie: Embellishing the Text
Malcolm Cook
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35-51
Translation as Poetics in the Works of André du Bouchet
Julian Johannes Immanuel Koch
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52-78
Where Does the Decameron Begin? Editorial Practice and Tables of Rubrics
Rhiannon Daniels
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79-102
A Reader-Response Study of the Relationship between the Wayuu Peoples and the Literature of Gabriel García Márquez: The Influence of Ethno-Education on Language Use and Narratives of Identity in an Indigenous Bilingual Context
Paul McAleer
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103-104
Review of Stephen Greenblatt, The Rise and Fall of Adam and Eve
John Batchelor
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104-106
Review of Samuel O'Donoghue, Rewriting Franco's Spain: Marcel Proust and the Dissident Novelists of Memory
Ian Ellison
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106-107
Review of Guido Mazzoni, Zakiya Hanafi, Theory of the Novel
Jeremy Tambling
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107-108
Review of Corinne Dale, The Natural World in the Exeter Book Riddles
Andrew Breeze
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108-110
Review of Joshua Byron Smith, Walter Map and the Matter of Britain
Helen Fulton
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110-112
Review of K. S. Whetter, The Manuscript and Meaning of Malory's ‘Morte Darthur’: Rubrication, Commemoration, Memorialization
Thomas H. Crofts
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112-113
Review of Kenneth Borris, Visionary Spenser and the Poetics of Early Modern Platonism
Matthew Woodcock
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113-115
Review of Liza Blake, Kathryn Vomero Santos, Arthur Golding's ‘A Moral Fabletalk’ and Other Renaissance Fable Translations
Andrew Hiscock
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115-116
Review of Akihiro Yamada, Experiencing Drama in the English Renaissance: Readers and Audiences
Jackie Watson
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117-118
Review of Brian Walsh, ‘The Revenger's Tragedy’: A Critical Reader
Laurie Johnson
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119-120
Review of Hannah Crawforth, Elizabeth Scott-Baumann, Clare Whitehead, The Sonnets: The State of Play
Chloe Kathleen Preedy
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120-121
Review of David Williams, Milton's Leveller God
Liam Haydon
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121-122
Review of Daniel DeWispelare, Multilingual Subjects: On Standard English, its Speakers, and Others in the Long Eighteenth Century
Daniel Cook
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122-125
Review of Helen Thompson, Fictional Matter: Empiricism, Corpuscles, and the Novel
Carla J. Mulford
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125-126
Review of Roger Hansford, Figures of the Imagination: Fiction and Song in Britain, 1790–1850
Melissa Dickson
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126-128
Review of George Levine, Reading Thomas Hardy
Jonathan Godshaw Memel
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128-129
Review of Jane Desmarais, Alice Condé, Decadence and the Senses
Patricia Pulham
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129-130
Review of David H. Evans, Understanding James, Understanding Modernism
James Lello
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130-132
Review of Todd Martin, Katherine Mansfield and the Bloomsbury Group
Shawna Ross
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132-133
Review of Will Norman, Transatlantic Aliens: Modernism, Exile, and Culture in Midcentury America
Jeremy Tambling
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133-134
Review of Jonathan R. Eller, The Collected Stories of Ray Bradbury: A Critical Edition, vol. III: 1944–1945
Andy Sawyer
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134-135
Review of Lara Vetter, A Curious Peril: H.D.'s Late Modernist Prose
Richard Vytniorgu
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135-137
Review of David Stephen Calonne, The Spiritual Imagination of the Beats
Rona Cran
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137-138
Review of Lee Clark Mitchell, Mere Reading: The Poetics of Wonder in Modern American Novels
Kathryn Hume
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138-139
Review of Claire O'Callaghan, Sarah Waters: Gender and Sexual Politics
Louisa Yates
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140-141
Review of Paul Poplawski, English Literature in Context
Graham J. Matthews
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141-142
Review of Catherine Addison, A Genealogy of the Verse Novel
Stefanie Markovits
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142-144
Review of Tristan Alonge, Racine et Euripide: la révolution trahie
Victoria Burmeister
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144-145
Review of Mark Darlow, Michel-Jean Sedaine: théâtre de la Révolution
Clare Siviter
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145-146
Review of Jean-Michel Racault, Bernardin de Saint-Pierre: pour une biographie intellectuelle
Robin Howells
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146-147
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147-148
Review of Annick Ettlin, Le Double Discours de Mallarmé: une initiation à la fiction
Caroline Ardrey
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148-149
Review of Anne Donadey, Approaches to Teaching the Works of Assia Djebar
Beatrice Ivey
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150-151
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151-152
Review of Laura Melosi, Ius Leopardi: legge, natura, civiltà
Michael Sherberg
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152-154
Review of Ursula Fanning, Italian Women's Autobiographical Writings in the Twentieth Century: Constructing Subjects
Alberica Bazzoni
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154-155
Review of Lindsay G. Kerr, Luis de Góngora and Lope de Vega: Masters of Parody
Jonathan Bradbury
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156-157
Review of David Roas, Historia de lo fantástico en la cultura española contemporánea (1900–2015)
Simon Breden
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157-158
Review of Lorraine Ryan, Ana Corbalán, The Dynamics of Masculinity in Contemporary Spanish Culture
Chris Perriam
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158-160
Review of Alastair Matthews, The Medieval German ‘Lohengrin’: Narrative Poetics in the Story of the Swan Knight
Sandra Linden
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160-161
Review of Nicholas A. Germana, The Anxiety of Autonomy and the Aesthetics of German Orientalism
Joanna Raisbeck
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161-164
Review of Christiane Klein, Das Jenaer Romantikertreffen im November 1799: Dokumentation und Analyse. Nebst einer kritischen Edition des Epikurisch Glaubensbekentniß von Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling
Eleoma Bodammer
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164-166
Review of Dietmar Goltschnigg, Karl Kraus im Urteil literarischer und publizistischer Kritik: Texte und Kontexte, Analysen und Kommentare
Gilbert J. Carr
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166-167
Review of Mario Slugan, Montage as Perceptual Experience: Berlin Alexanderplatz from Döblin to Fassbinder
Matthias Uecker
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167-169
Review of Katherine Stone, Women and National Socialism in Postwar German Literature: Gender, Memory, and Subjectivity
Alexandra Merley Hill
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169-171
Review of Benjamin Schaper, Poetik und Politik der Lesbarkeit in der deutschen Literatur
Anke Biendarra
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171-172
Review of Ulla Weinreich, Wir sprechen gerne Deutsch: 27 Stimmen aus 13 Ländern über ihr Verhältnis zur deutschen Sprache
Jan Niklas Heinrich, Nils Langer
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173-174
Review of Polina Barskova, Besieged Leningrad: Aesthetic Responses to Urban Disaster
Robert Dale
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174-176
Review of Vladislav Zubok, The Idea of Russia: The Life and Work of Dmitry Likhachev
Katharine Hodgson
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176-177
Review of Katharine Hodgson, Joanne Shelton, Alexandra Smith, Twentieth-Century Russian Poetry: Reinventing the Canon
James Rann
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177-178
Review of Oliver Ready, Persisting in Folly: Russian Writers in Search of Wisdom, 1963–2013
Benjamin Sutcliffe
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