2010 Issue 1

Vol. XII, no. 1, 2010: GENRES AND HISTORICITY. The Poetics and Politics of Genre

Mihaela Irimia. OF ANGELS, NOVELS AND HISTORICITY abstract and full text

Camelia Anghel. VERSATILE GENRES: TRAVEL WRITING AS ‘COMEDY’ abstract and full text

Iulia Bindileu. HOW FAR CAN YOU GO WHEN UNDERMINING RELIGIOUS DISCOURSE? DAVID LODGE’S PARODIC NOVEL AND THE CATHOLIC CHURCH abstract and full text

Elena Bobocescu. THE LAST TESTAMENT OF OSCAR WILDE – AN APOCRYPHAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY abstract and full text

Estella Ciobanu. UNTHINKING GENRE IN MODERN SCHOLARSHIP OF MEDIEVAL DRAMA, OR WHO IS AFRAID OF HISTORICISING GENERIC LIMIT(ATION)S abstract and full text

Bart Moore-Gilbert. THE POLITICS OF GENRE CRITICISM: THE CASE OF POSTCOLONIAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY abstract and full text

Cristina Nicolaescu. THEORY AS A DISTINCT GENRE IN LITERARY STUDIES abstract and full text

Monica Oanca. RICHARD II. FROM CHRONICLE TO DRAMA abstract and full text

Daniela Oancea. QUESTIONING THE LIMITS OF THE NOVEL IN JULIAN BARNES’S A HISTORY OF THE WORLD IN 10 ½ CHAPTERS abstract and full text

Martin Potter. DAVID JONES’ THE ANATHEMATA: IS MODERN EPIC POSSIBLE? abstract and full text

Nicoleta Stanca. VERSIONS OF IRISH PASTORAL POETRY: W.B. YEATS AND S. HEANEY abstract and full text

Ioana Zirra. GENRES AND HISTORICAL FORMS OF THE LITERARY IMAGINATION TODAY: A PHILOSOPHY OF LITERATURE APPROACH abstract and full text