3/ 2015 LITERATURE AS WORLD INTERTEXT(S)

 
Gabriela-Iuliana COLIPCĂ-CIOBANU, Shakespeare, the Musical and Political Humour in Kiss Me Kate Revived
Daniela-Irina DARIE, The Tragedies of Yorùbá’s Spiritual Space
Oana-Celia GHEORGHIU, Michaela PRAISLER, Western Political Philosophy in J. M. Coetzee’s Diary of a Bad Year
Markéta GREGOROVÁ, Alasdair Gray’s Lanark as an Act of Literary Resistance
Mihaela-Alina IFRIM, Building on the Woolfian Text: Intertextuality, Instrument or Philosophy?
Andreea IONESCU, An Imagological Reading of Kazuo Ishiguro’s When We Were Orphans
Maria Filomena LOURO, Tania AZEVEDO, J. R. R. Tolkien – A Literary Philosopher
Violeta-Teodora LUNGEANU, The Identity Quest: from the Babel of the Worlds to the Coffers of the Body – Ruxandra Cesereanu, Tricephalos
Alexandru PRAISLER, Accessing Local Literatures via Public Institutions Websites
Irina  RAȚĂ, The Role of Intertextuality in Neil Gaiman’s American Gods
Ilaria RIZZATO, The Two Gentlemen of Verona in Shakespeare in Love: Intertextual Relations and their Role in Meaning-Making
Smriti SINGH, Revisiting The Mahabharata: Draupadi’s voice in Divakaruni’s The Palace of Illusions
Elena STEICIUC, Parisian Space and Memory in Patrick Modiano’s Fiction
Pompiliu ȘTEFĂNESCU, Ezra Pound and the Transformation of Culture

 

BOOK REVIEWS
Eugenia GAVRILIU
”Preserved like an insect within the amber of a poetic formula”- A Brilliant Display of Scholarly Endeavour: Adrian Papahagi, Wyrd.
Ideea destinului în literatura engleză veche, Cluj-Napoca: Eikon, 2014
 
Ruxanda BONTILĂ
”The Professor, the Historian, the Writer” – Therese Anne Fowler – Z. Un roman despre Zelda Fitzgerald. București: Humanitas, 2015