Volume 34 (2006): Literature, Film and Cultural Studies
AbstractARTICLES LAURA ALEXANDER LINKER (The University of North Carolina)“Imagining Adam’s Dream: Keats’s Chamber of Maiden Thought in The Eve of St. Agnes” NELA BUREU RAMOS (University of Lleida)“Looking Forward to the End./Ou Topos/: An Approach to the Art of Samuel Beckett” EDUARDO DE GREGORIO GODEO (University of Castilla - La Mancha)“Exploring Identity Issues in British Men’s Magazines’ Problem Pages: a Cultural Studies Perspective” SANDRO JUNG (University of Salford)“Wordsworth’s ‘Tintern Abbey’ and the Tradition of the ‘Hymnal’ Ode” MOHAN RAMANAN (University of Hyderabad)“Aspects of Indian Modernity: A Personal Perspective” JORGE SACIDO and LAURA M. LOJO (University of Santiago de Compostela)“Gendered Spaces and Female Resistance: Virginia Woolf’s ‘The Mark on the Wall’” REVIEWSMIREIA ARAGAY (ed.)“Books in Motion. Adaptation, Intertextuality, Authorship. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2005. (by Beatriz Oria Gómez. University of Zaragoza)” ANTONIA NAVARRO-TEJERO“Gender and Caste in the Anglophone-Indian Novels of Arundhati Roy and Githa Hariharan. Feminist Issues in Cross-Cultural Perspectives New York: The Edwin Meller Press, 2005. (by Elena Oliete Aldea, University of Zaragoza)”
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