Modern Language Review 119.2

Modern Language Review 119.2

Modern Humanities Research Association

  4 April 2024

ISBN: 978-1-839542-69-5 (paperback)

Access online: At Project MUSE


Contents:

181-188

Biographical and Theoretical Approaches to the Arts: A Review Article
John Batchelor
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923552

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189-210

The Necrotemporality of the Contemporary French Workplace: Death and Time in Alexandre Lacroix’s L’Homme qui aimait trop travailler
Anne M. Mulhall
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923553

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211-221

New Perspectives on Italian Fascism: A Review Article
Joseph Kelly
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923554

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222-243

Kurban Said’s The Girl from the Golden Horn (1938): Play with Orientalism in Inter-War Berlin and Vienna
Karolina Watroba
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923555

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244-245

Review of Anna A. Berman, The Family Novel in Russia and England, 1800–1880
Anna Maslenova
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923556

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245-247

Review of Vanessa Smith, Toy Stories: Analyzing the Child in Nineteenth-Century Literature
Yuanyuan Zhang
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923557

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247-249

Review of Bronislava Volková, Forms of Exile in Jewish Literature and Thought: Twentieth-Century Central Europe and Migration to America
Věra Hoffmannová
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923558

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249-250

Review of Ben Ristow, Craft Consciousness and Artistic Practice in Creative Writing
Katy Mahood
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923559

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250-252

Review of Robert T. Tally Jr, For a Ruthless Critique of All that Exists: Literature in an Era of Capitalist Realism
Sabah Carrim
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923560

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252-254

Review of René Dietrich and Kerstin Knopf (ed.), Biopolitics, Geopolitics, Life: Settler States and Indigenous Presence
Padraig Kirwan
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923561

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255-257

Review of Mario Saraceni, Bloomsbury World Englishes
Grant Howie
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923562

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257-259

Review of Marisa Libbon, Talk and Textual Production in Medieval England
Alexandra Claridge
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923563

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259-260

Review of Gillian Adler, Chaucer and the Ethics of Time
Chad Schrock
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923564

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260-261

Review of William E. Engel, The Printer as Author in Early Modern English Book History: John Day and the Fabrication of a Protestant Memory Art
Grace Murray
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923565

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261-262

Review of John Batchelor, How the ‘Just So’ Stories Were Made: The Brilliance and Tragedy behind Kipling’s Celebrated Tales for Little Children
Ben Screech
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923566

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263-264

Review of Jimmy Packham, Gothic Utterance: Voice, Speech and Death in the American Gothic
Xavier Aldana Reyes
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923567

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264-265

Review of Mary Ann Caws, Mina Loy: Apology of Genius
Tim Hancock
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923568

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265-267

Review of Sarah Churchwell, The Wrath to Come: ‘Gone with the Wind’ and the Lies America Tells
Robert Lawson-Peebles
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923569

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267-268

Review of J. Vijay Maharaj (ed.), The First Naipaul World Epics
Lynne Macedo
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923570

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268-270

Review of Antony Rowland, Metamodernism and Contemporary British Poetry
YU FU
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923571

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270-271
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272-273

Review of Nikolaj Lübecker, Twenty-First-Century Symbolism: Verlaine, Baudelaire, Mallarmé
Greg Kerr
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923573

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273-274
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274-276

Review of Martino Marazzi, Through the Periscope: Changing Culture, Italian America
Antonio Salmeri
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923575

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276-277

Review of Gabriella Romani, Ursula Fanning, and Katharine Mitchell (ed.), Matilde Serao: International Profile, Reception and Networks
Sophie Maddison
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923576

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278-279

Review of Juliet Guzzetta, The Theater of Narration: From the Peripheries of History to the Main Stages of Italy; Juliet Guzzetta, Il teatro di narrazione: dalle periferie della storia ai grandi teatri italiani
Joseph Farrell
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923577

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280-281

Review of Inca Garcilaso de la Vega, Los pre-textos de ‘La Florida del Inca’
Stephen M. Hart
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923578

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281-282

Review of Cynthia Lucy Stephens, The Borges Enigma: Mirrors, Doubles, and Intimate Puzzles
Andrés Libertun
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923579

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283-284

Review of Adriana X. Jacobs and Claire Williams (ed.), After Clarice: Reading Lispector’s Legacy in the Twenty-First Century
Paulo de Medeiros
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923580

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284-286

Review of Stephen Brockmann (ed.), Bertolt Brecht in Context
Karen Leeder
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923581

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286-288

Review of Sara Jones, Towards a Collaborative Memory: German Memory Work in a Transnational Context
Bill Niven
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923583

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288-289

Review of Jesse Gardiner, Soviet Theatre during the Thaw: Aesthetics, Politics and Performance
Greer Gerni
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923582

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289-290

Review of Julia Titus, Dostoevsky as a Translator of Balzac
Muireann Maguire
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923584

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291-292

Review of Roman Utkin, Charlottengrad: Russian Culture in Weimar Berlin
Anoushka Alexander-Rose
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a923585

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292-294
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