Volume 36 (2007): Literature, Film and Cultural Studies
AbstractARTICLESMARÍA LAURA ARCE ÁLVAREZ (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)“Too Visible: Race, Gender and Resistance in the Construction of a Canadian Identity in the Poetry of Himani Bannerji” JORDI CORAL ESCOLÀ (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)“Shakespeare’s Plausible Community: The First Act of Titus Andronicus and its Kydian Precedent” MARTA FERNÁNDEZ MORALES (Universitat de les Illes Balears)““Civil War inside my Body”. Two Narratives of Dying in Contemporary Anglophone Film” MARÍA ELENA MARTOS HUESO (Universidad de Jaén)“The Subaltern Ethnographer: Blurring the Boundaries through Amitav Ghosh’s Writing” MARTA MIQUEL-BALDELLOU (Universitat de Lleida)“The Beloved Purple of Their Eyes: Inheriting Bessie Smith’s Politics of Sexuality” MARICEL ORÓ PIQUERAS (Universitat de Lleida)“Forever Young: Consumer Culture and the Ageing Body in Hanif Kureishi’s “The Body”" JUAN A. TARANCÓN (Universidad de Zaragoza)“Se habla español: A Certain Tendency in the Western Film” REVIEWSBRENDAN MCNAMEE“The Quest for God in the Novels of John Banville 1973-2005: a Postmodern Spirituality. Lewiston, Queenson, Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2006. (by Violeta Delgado Crespo. Universidad de Zaragoza” SUSANA ONEGA“Jeanette Winterson. Manchester: Manchester U.P., Contemporary British Novelists, 2006. (by Christine Reynier. Université Paul ValéryMontpellier III)”
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