Volume 38 (2008): Literature, Film and Cultural Studies
AbstractARTICLES MAURICIO D. AGUILERA LINDE (Universidad de Granada)"’Truth is held in disrepute’: O. Henry and the dismantling of paradigms” PEDRO CARMONA RODRÍGUEZ (Centro de Estudios Canadienses-Universidad de La Laguna)“Beyond the edge of the century: the postcolonial imagination in the "new" fiction of the Canadas” NURIA CASADO I GUAL (Universitat de Lleida)"’Finding another face inside my face’: the semiotics of mime in Edgar Nkosi White's racialized dramaturgies” PAULA ALEXANDRA GUIMARAES (Universidade do Minho)“Dramatising the conflicts of nation and the body: displacement in Charlotte and Emily Brontë's poetry of ‘home’ and ‘exile’ dualities” JUAN RÁEZ PADILLA (Universidad de Jaén)"’Keeping going’: alquimia, violencia y sacrificio en la poesía de Seamus Heany” REVIEWS GABRIELLE LINKE and HOLGER ROSSOW (eds.)Rhetoric and Representation. The British at War. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2007 (by Mónica Calvo Pascual, Universidad de Zaragoza) MARÍA FRANCISCA LLANTADA DÍAZForm and Meaning in Dorothy M. Richardson’s Pilgrimage. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2007 (by Pilar Hidalgo, Universidad de Málaga)
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