Modern Language Review 115.1

Modern Language Review 115.1

Modern Humanities Research Association

  2 January 2020

ISBN: 978-1-781889-54-1 (paperback)

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Contents:

1-16
Charlotte Lennox in Germany: Female Intellectual Networks and Literary Success
Norbert Schürer
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17-45
The City's Hostile Bodies: Coriolanus's Rome and Carson's Belfast
Nicholas Taylor-Collins
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46-62
‘Que peut la fiction?’ Storying the Unexperienced Experience in Jorge Semprun's Fiction
Avril Tynan
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63-82
Rouge-Brun or Counter-Revolutionary? Another Look at Michel Houellebecq's Politics
Jeremy F. Lane
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83-106
A Quiet Revolution: Illness as Resilience in Grazia Deledda's La chiesa della solitudine
Stefania Lucamante
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107-123
Labyrinths: Heinrich Böll, Ansichten eines Clowns, and the nouveau roman
Joshua Reid
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124-140
The Three Worlds of Ismail Kadare
Peter Morgan
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141-142
Review of Julia Marvin, The Construction of Vernacular History in the Anglo-Norman Prose ‘Brut’ Chronicle: The Manuscript Culture of Medieval England
Siobhain Bly Calkin
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142-143
Review of Jessica Martell, Adam Fajardo, Philip Keel Geheber, Modernism and Food Studies: Politics, Aesthetics, and the Avant-Garde
Rebecca Bowler
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144-145
Review of Caroline Pollentier, Sarah Wilson, Modernist Communities across Cultures and Media
Daniel Kielty
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145-146
Review of Emily Jeremiah, Willful Girls: Gender and Agency in Contemporary Anglo-American and German Fiction
Katie R. Jones
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147-148
Review of Alfie Bown, In the Event of Laughter: Psychoanalysis, Literature and Comedy
Daniel Derrin
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148-149
Review of Irving Massey, Necessary Nonsense: Aesthetics, History, Neurology, Psychology
Will May
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149-150
Review of Robert J. Meyer-Lee, Catherine Sanok, The Medieval Literary: Beyond Form
Lawrence Warner
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151-152
Review of Nicole N. Aljoe, Brycchan Carey, Thomas W. Krise, Literary Histories of the Early Anglophone Caribbean: Islands in the Stream
Sam Clark
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152-153
Review of Dennis McCarthy, June Schlueter, ‘A Brief Discourse of Rebellion and Rebels’ by George North: A Newly Uncovered Manuscript Source for Shakespeare's Plays
Tom Rutter
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153-155
Review of Daniela Guardamagna, Thomas Middleton, drammaturgo giacomiano: il canone ritrovato
Andrew Hiscock
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155-156
Review of Lyn Bennett, Rhetoric, Medicine, and the Woman Writer, 1600-1700
Aurélie Griffin
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157-159
Review of Phineas Fletcher, Jonathan H. Pope, The Purple Island: or, The Isle of Man
Peter Mitchell
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159-160
Review of Eileen Hunt Botting, Mary Shelley and the Rights of the Child: Political Philosophy in ‘Frankenstein’
Julie A. Carlson
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160-161
Review of Manu Samriti Chander, Brown Romantics: Poetry and Nationalism in the Global Nineteenth Century
Alex Sibo
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162-163
Review of David Stewart, The Form of Poetry in the 1820s and 1830s: A Period of Doubt
Paul Wright
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163-164
Review of Paul Salzman, Editors Construct the Renaissance Canon, 1825-1915
Harriet Phillips
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164-165
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165-167
Review of Gregory S. Jay, White Writers, Race Matters: Fictions of Racial Liberalism from Stowe to Stockett
Regis Marlene Fox
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167-168
Review of Regis M. Fox, Resistance Reimagined: Black Women's Critical Thought as Survival
Valerie Babb
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168-170
Review of Ira Nadel, Virginia Woolf
Loretta Stec
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170-171
Review of Suzana Zink, Virginia Woolf's Rooms and the Spaces of Modernity
Matthew Gannon
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171-172
Review of Tara Prescott, Poetic Salvage: Reading Mina Loy
Sara Crangle
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173-174
Review of Rüdiger Heinze, Melting Pots & Mosaics: Children of Immigrants in US-American Literature
Jeffrey Gonzalez
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174-176
Review of Thomas Goldpaugh, Jamie Callison, David Jones's ‘The Grail Mass’ and Other Works
Daniel Hughes
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176-177
Review of Michael Germana, Ralph Ellison, Temporal Technologist
Marc C. Conner
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177-178
Review of Christine de Pizan, Sophie Bourgault, Rebecca Kingston, Ineke Hardy, ‘The Book of the City of Ladies’ and Other Writings
Thelma Fenster
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178-179
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180-181
Review of Richard Hillman, Sidney's ‘Arcadia’ on the French Stage: Two Renaissance Adaptations. ‘Phalante’, by Jean Galaut; ‘The Shepherds’ Court', by André Marseschal
Michael Meere
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181-182
Review of Frédéric Charbonneau, Les Ondes de choc: paysage intérieur de Saint-Simon
Richard Parish
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182-183
Review of Joël July, Najet Limam-Tnani, ‘Le Marin de Gibraltar’ de Marguerite Duras: lectures critiques
Catherine Rodgers
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183-185
Review of Diana Holmes, Middlebrow Matters: Women's Reading and the Literary Canon in France since the Belle Époque
Kirsty Boardman
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185-186
Review of Shirley Jordan, Marie NDiaye: Inhospitable Fictions
Alison Marmont
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186-188
Review of Alessandro Carlucci, The Impact of the English Language in Italy: Linguistic Outcomes and Political Implications
Christopher J. Pountain
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188-190
Review of George Corbett, Heather Webb, Vertical Readings in Dante's ‘Comedy’, vol. III
Serena Vandi
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190-192
Review of Lesley Caldwell, Fabio Camilletti, Rome: Modernity, Postmodernity and Beyond
Damien Pollard
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192-193
Review of Daniel Gutiérrez Trápaga, Rewritings, Sequels, and Cycles in Sixteenth-Century Castilian Romances of Chivalry: ‘Aquella inacabable aventura’
Jonathan Bradbury
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193-194
Review of Luis Vélez de Guevara, William R. Manson, C. George Peale, Jonathan Thacker, La creación del mundo
Kathleen Jeffs
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195-196
Review of Xon de Ros, Daniela Omlor, The Cultural Legacy of María Zambrano
Beatriz Caballero Rodríguez
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196-197
Review of Nuria Triana-Toribio, Spanish Film Cultures. The Making and Unmaking of Spanish Cinema
Mar Diestro-Dópido
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197-199
Review of Peter Becher, Steppen Höhne, Jörg Krappmann, Manfred Weinberg, Handbuch der deutschen Literatur Prags und der Böhmischen Länder
Ritchie Robertson
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199-200
Review of Lionel Gossman, The Red Countess: Select Autobiographical and Fictional Writing of Hermynia Zur Mühlen (1883-1951)
Charlotte Woodford
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200-202
Review of Hans Esselborn, Die Erfindung der Zukunft in der Literatur: Vom technisch-utopischen Zukunftsroman zur deutschen Science Fiction
Ingo Cornils
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202-204
Review of W. Daniel Wilson, Der Faustische Pakt: Goethe und die Goethe-Gesellschaft im Dritten Reich
Charlotte Lee
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204-206
Review of Peter Davies, Witness between Languages: The Translation of Holocaust Testimonies in Context
Corey L. Twitchell
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206-209
Review of Curtis Swope, Building Socialism: Architecture and Urbanism in East German Literature, 1955-1973
Stephan Ehrig
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209-210
Review of Mirjam Meuser, Schwarzer Karneval: Heiner Müllers Poetik des Grotesken
Michael Wood
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210-212
Review of Philipp Ekardt, Toward Fewer Images: The Work of Alexander Kluge
Katja Riegler
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212-215
Review of Katja Garloff, Agnes Mueller, German Jewish Literature after 1990
Maria Roca Lizarazu
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215-217
Review of David Clarke, Constructions of Victimhood: Remembering the Victims of State Socialism in Germany
Anna Saunders
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217-218
Review of Kathleen Scollins, Acts of Logos in Pushkin and Gogol: Petersburg Texts and Subtexts
Katharine Hodgson
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218-219
Review of J. A. E. Curtis, Mikhail Bulgakov
Roger Cockrell
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