2014 Issue 1

VOLUME IV, NUMBER 1 (new series)
TRANSNATIONAL DIMENSIONS OF LITERATURE AND THE ARTS (I)

Travelling between Cultures in the Classic Modernity
Mihaela Irimia.

“You Have to Melt It to Hear the Talk”: Transnationalism, Creole Stylization and Aurality in Sam Selvon’s The Lonely Londoners
Dorottya Mozes

“They Always Kill With Wire”: Indonesian Adaptations of American Cinema in The Act of Killing (Dir. Joshua Oppenheimer, 2012)
Mihaela Precup

Writing the Self Beyond the Nation-State: The Transnationalism of Olaudah Equiano’s Narrative
Silvia Schultermandl

Accomodation and Othering: Transnational Premediation in the Modernist Epics “The Waste Land” and Ulysses
Ioana Zirra

Circulating Texts in the Renaissance: Simon Patericke’s Translation of Anti-Machiavel and the Fortunes of Gentillet in England
Alis Zaharia

Contrasting Modes of Cross-Cultural Allusion in the Poetry of David Jones and Ezra Pound
Martin Potter

Don Juan’s Trans-Mediterranean, Transatlantic and Transtextual Journeys: Latin and Anglo-Saxon (Con)Fusions
Lucia Opreanu

“Seeking, Finding a Home”: Configurations of Transnational Identity in Shanta Acharya’s Dreams that Spell the Light (2010)
Elena Nistor

From English Poetry to American Song: Remediating William Blake into the Psychedelic Musical Beat of the ‘60s
Andreea Paris

The Transnational Dimension of Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor as Adapted into Opera by Ritter and Dittersdorf
Alina Bottez

The Transnationalism of Salman Rushdie: From a Contrapuntal to a Metamorphic Reading of History
Roxana Doncu

Travelling Nations, Travelling Cultures: Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell as Liminal Tourists
Marcel Inhoff

Book Review

Marie-Laure Ryan and Jan-Noël Thon. Storyworlds across Media: Toward a Media-Conscious Narratology. University of Nebraska Press, 2014
Dragoş Manea