Modern Language Review 119.3

Modern Language Review 119.3

Modern Humanities Research Association

  1 July 2024

ISBN: 978-1-839542-70-1 (paperback)

Access online: At Project MUSE


Contents:

297-327

Coleridge in Wolfenbüttel: The Double Portrait of Hans Sachs
Maximiliaan Van Woudenberg
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930811

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328-348

Publishing Vitriol: Rachilde, Léon Bloy, and the Mercure de France
Helen Craske
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930812

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349-366

Nicolas Pesquès and the Ecology of Life-Writing: Human and Non-Human Relations in La Face nord de Juliau
Ian Maclachlan
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930813

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367-379

Recent Dantean Perspectives: A Review Article
Peerawat Chiaranunt
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930814

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380-391

‘El acto del libro’ and Borges’s Metaphysics of the Book
Robin Fiddian
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930815

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392-396

Examining the Recent Drama of Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus: A Review Article
Alisa Ballard Lin
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930816

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397-398

Review of Michel Tremblay, Plays in Scots
Rachel Killick
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930817

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399-401

Review of Phyllis Lassner and Judith Tydor Baumel-Schwartz (ed.), Holocaust Literature and Representation: Their Lives, Our Words
Avril Tynan
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930818

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401-402

Review of Robert B. Pippin, Philosophy by Other Means: The Arts in Philosophy and Philosophy in the Arts
Feng Dong
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930819

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402-404

Review of Andrew Breeze, The Historical Arthur and the ‘Gawain’ Poet: Studies on Arthurian and Other Traditions
P. J. C. Field
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930820

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404

Review of Doyeeta Majumder, Tyranny and Usurpation: The New Prince and Lawmaking Violence in Early Modern Drama
Rachel Willie
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930821

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405-407

Review of Darren Freebury-Jones, Shakespeare’s Tutor: The Influence of Thomas Kyd
Goran Stanivukovic
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930822

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407-408

Review of Mathias Mayer, King Lear—Die Tragödie des Zuschauers: Ästhetik und Ethik der Empathie
Sabine Schülting
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930823

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408-409

Review of Bill Bell, Crusoe’s Books: Readers in the Empire of Print, 1800–1918
Lars Atkin
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930824

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409-410

Review of John Coates, Kipling the Trickster: Knowingness, Practical Jokes and the Use of Superior Knowledge in Kipling’s Short Stories
John Lee
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930825

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410-412

Review of Lauren Arrington, The Poets of Rapallo: How Mussolini’s Italy Shaped British, Irish, and U.S. Writers; Massimo Bacigalupo, Ezra Pound, Italy, and ‘The Cantos’
Francesco Rognoni
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930826

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413-414

Review of Alice Levick, Memory and the Built Environment in 20th-Century American Literature: A Reading and Analysis of Spatial Forms
Vladimir Rizov
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930827

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414-415

Review of Darko Suvin, Disputing the Deluge: Collected 21st-Century Writings on Utopia, Narration, and Survival
Edmund Hurst
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930828

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415-417

Review of William Robins (ed.), The ‘Decameron’ Eighth Day in Perspective
Rebecca Bowen
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930829

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418-419

Review of Marilyn Migiel, Veronica Franco in Dialogue
Francesca Magnabosco
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930830

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419-421

Review of Adele Bardazzi, Francesco Giusti and Emanuela Tandello (ed.), A Gaping Wound: Mourning in Italian Poetry
Simona Di Martino
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930831

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421-422

Review of Paulo de Medeiros and José N. Ornelas (ed.), Saramago after the Nobel: Contemporary Readings of José Saramago’s Late Works
Carlos Garrido Castellano
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930832

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422-423

Review of Lynn Stephen, Stories that Make History: Mexico through Elena Poniatowska’s ‘Crónicas’
Niamh Thornton
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930833

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424-426

Review of Christiane Schönfeld, The History of German Literature on Film
Anne Fuchs
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930834

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427-428

Review of Natasha Grigorian, Visions of the Future: Malthusian Thought Experiments in Russian Literature (1840–1960)
Eliane Fitzé
doi:10.1353/mlr.2024.a930835

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