Volume 22 (2000): Literature, Film and Cultural Studies



ARTICLES ÁNGELES DE LA CONCHA (U.N.ED.)“The End of History. or, is it? Circularity versus Progress in Caryl Phillips' The Nature of Blood” JEAN-MICHAEL GANTEAU (Université de Montpellier)“Post-Baroque Sublime? The Case of Peter Ackroyd” CHRISTINE HARRIS (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha)“Caribbean Women Poets?Disarming Tradition” Mª FRANCISCA LLANTADA DÍAZ (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela)“May Sinclair's The Three Sisters as an early example of Modernist Fiction” VICKY LUZÓN (Universidad de Zaragoza)“Raving about things that won't solve: Marylee Hadley in Written on the Wind” SARA MARTÍN (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)“Meeting the Civilised Barbarian: Bram Stoker's Dracula and Joseph Conrad' s Heart of Darkness” DANIEL OERTEL (University of Cologne)“Effects of Garden-Pathing in Martin Amis's novels Time's Arrow and Night Train ANGEL OTERO BLANCO (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela)“The African Past in America as a Bakhtinian and Levinasian Other: “Rememory” as Solution in Tony Morrison's Beloved” DAVID WALTON (Universidad de Murcia)Fashioning the Self from the Chasm: De Profundis and the Chronotrope of Post-Prison Time. VIKRAM CHANDRA“India’s Cultural Commissars Worship ‘Indianness’ instead of Art” INTERVIEWS DORA SALES SALVADOR (Universidad Jaume I de Castellón)“Listening to Vikram Chandra: “All Stories have in them the Seed of All Other Stories”” REVIEWS John Pier (ed.)Recent Trends in Narratological Research: Papers from the Narratology Round Table / ESSE 4 - September 1997 - Debrecen, Hungary / and other contributions (by José Angel García Landa) Ellen Mc CrackenNew Latina Narrative: The Feminine Space of Postmodern Ethnicity (by Vicky Gil Carasol) Elisabeth BronfenDorothy Richardson’s Art of Memory. Space, Identity, Text (by Mª Francisca Llantada Díaz)