Volume 32 (2005): Literature, Film and Cultural Studies
AbstractARTICLES Mª MAR AZCONA (University of Zaragoza)“Making Sense of a Multi-Protagonist Film: Audience Response Research and Robert Altman’s Short Cuts (1990)” Mª MAR AZCONA, VICKY LUZÓN and JUAN TARANCÓN (University of Zaragoza)“In the Name of the Public: An ethnographic Approach to the Tastes and Habits of Film Audiences” DAVID CALLAHAN (University of Aveiro)“Stephen Spender, the 1930s, and Spanish Writing” DANIELA CAVALLARO (University of Auckland)“Reading Across Cultures: Two Stories from Papua New Guinea on Arranged Marriages” BRENDAN McnAMEE (University of Ulster)“The Human Moment: Self, Other and Suspension in John Banville’s Ghosts” EUGENIO OLIVARES (University of Jaén)“The Old English Poem “A Vampyre of the Fens”: A Bibliographical Ghost” OLGA SECO (University of Zaragoza)“Strictly Ballroom (1992): Departure from Traditional Anglo-Australian Discourses or Veiled Confirmation of Old National-Encouragement Mechanisms?” REVIEWS MIRIAM B. MANDEL (ed.)“A Companion to Hemingway’s Death in the Afternoon (by Micaela Muñoz Calvo, University of Zaragoza)” Mª LOURDES LÓPEZ-ROPERO“The Anglo-Caribbean Migration Novel: Writing from the Diaspora”(by Bárbara Arizti Martín, University of Zaragoza)” CONSTANZA DEL RÍO-ÁLVARO, L. M. GARCÍA MAINAR (eds.)“Memory, Imagination and Desire in Contemporary Anglo-American Literature and Film” (by Silvia Martínez Falquina, University of Zaragoza)”
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