Volume 30 (2004): Literature, Film and Cultural Studies
AbstractARTICLES WARWICK GOULD (University of London)“Writing the Life of the Text: The Case of W. B. Yeats” HERBERT GRABES (University of Giessen)“The Canon Pro and Contra: ‘The Canon is Dead: Long Live Pick-and-Mix’” E. DOUKA KABITOGLOU (University of Thessaloniki)“Europa in Wonderland: Goblin Market or Sappho’s Gymnasium?” CHRISTOPHER JOHN TAYLOR (University of Trieste)“The Language of Film: Corpora and Statistics in the Search for Authenticity. Notting Hill (1998) – a case study”
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