2015 Issue 1

VOLUME V, NUMBER 1 (new series)
RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITY IN LITERATURE AND THE ARTS (I)

Was ‘Classic Modernity’ Augustian?
Mihaela Irimia (mihaela.l.irimia@gmail.com)
University of Bucharest, Romania

The Golden Section as a Sacred Symbol
Carmen Dominte (carmendominte2@gmail.com)
Hyperion University Bucharest, Romania

Faith, Revolt and Albert Camus’ The Just Assassins
Caroline Sheaffer-Jones (c.sheaffer-jones@unsw.edu.au)
University of New South Wales, Australia

Alternative Spirituality in W.B. Yeats’s Writings
Nicoleta Stanca (nicoletastanca1506@gmail.com)
“Ovidius”University, Constanţa, Romania

‘Viens!’: On Maurice Blanchot’s Prayers and Promises
Arleen Ionescu (arleen_ionescu@yahoo.com)
“Petrol-Gaze” University of Ploieşti, Romania

Religion and Civilization in Coleridge’s Aids to Reflection and On the Constitution of Church and State
Nicolae-Andrei Popa (nickpopa25@gmail.com)
University of Bucharest, Romania

‘Let the Children Come to Me; Do Not Hinder Them, For to Such Belongs the Kingdom of God’ – Portuguese Childhood Religiosity and Its Portrayal in Valter Hugo Mãe’s O Nosso Reino
Anneliese Hatton (a.hatton@bham.ac.uk)
University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

Philip Barry’s Here Come the Clowns and The Question of Theodicity
Agnieszka Woźniakowska (agnieszka.wozniakowska@us.edu.pl)
University of Silesia, Poland

The Other’s Poetry: Sufi Thought in Paul Sutherland’s Collections
Monica Manolachi (monicamanolachi@yahoo.com)
University of Bucharest, Romania

Book Reviews

Benedikts Kalnačs. 20th Century Baltic Drama: Postcolonial Narratives, Decolonial Options. Bielefeld: Aisthesis Verlag, 2016
Andreea Paris-Popa (andreea.parispopa@yahoo.com)
University of Bucharest, Romania

Bogusław Bakuła, Dobrochna Dabert and Emilia Kledzik, eds. Comparisons and Contexts. Essays on Central-Eastern European Literature and Culture. Poznań: Biblioteka Porównań, 2015
Nicolae-Andrei Popa (nickpopa25@gmail.com)
University of Bucharest, Romania

Dobrota Pucherova and Robert Gafrik, eds. Postcolonial Europe? Essays on Post-Communist Literatures and Cultures. Leiden: Brill-Rodopi, 2014
Radu Stoica (stoica_radu_18@yahoo.com)
University of Bucharest, Romania