Volume 40 (2009): Literature, Film and Cultural Studies
AbstractARTICLES LETICIA ÁLVAREZ RECIO (Universidad de Sevilla)“The politicization of the pulpit in seventeenth-century England: thanksgiving sermons after the Duke of Monmouth's rebellion” MARIACRISTINA NATALIA BERTOLI (University of Fribourg)“Copernican revolutions: Mary Jo Salter's intertextual interpretation of ‘Paradise lost’ in ‘Falling bodies’” DOLORS COLLELLMIR MORALES (Universidad Rovira i Virgili)J.M. Coetzee's "Diary of a Bad Year": ethical and novelistic awareness ERIC MARTONE (Stony Brook University)Treacherous 'saracens' and integrated muslims: the islamic outlaw in Robin Hood's band and the re-imagining of English identity, 1800 to the present ESTHER PÉREZ-VILLALBA (Universidad de Zaragoza)“’Wife. Mother. Criminal(?)’: representations of abortion in Mike Leigh's ‘Vera Drake’ (2004)” IÑIGO BARBANCHO GALDÓS (Universidad de Navarra)"’Literature has vanished in the global world’: interview with Ihab Hassan” REVIEWS LORNA J. CLARK, ed. A Celebration of Frances Burney. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007. (by Carmen Mª Fernández Rodríguez. Universidad de A Coruña) CELESTINO DELEYTO. The Secret Life of Romantic Comedy. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 2009. (by Beatriz Oria Gómez. Universidad de Zaragoza) TERESA GÓMEZ REUS AND ARÁNZAZU USANDIZAGA, eds. Inside Out: Women Negotiating, Subverting, Appropriating Public and Private Space. Amsterdam, New York: Ropodi, 2008. (by Irene Pérez Fernández. Universidad de las Islas Baleares) MANUELA PALACIOS GONZÁLEZ AND HELENA GONZÁLEZ FERNÁNDEZ, eds. Palabras extremas: Escritoras gallegas e irlandesas de hoy. Oleiros: Netbiblo. Universidad de A Coruña: University Institute of Research in Irish Studies, 2008. (by Pilar Villar Argáiz. Universidad de Granada) MOHAN RAMANAN V.S. Srinivasa Sastri. A Study. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 2007. (by Elena Oliete Aldea. Universidad de Zaragoza) LIDIA TAILLEFER DE HAYA. Orígenes del feminismo. Textos de los siglos XVI al XVIII. Torrejón de Ardoz: Narcea de Ediciones, 2008. (by Mª Dolores Narbona Carrión. Universidad de Málaga).
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