2014 Issue 2

VOLUME IV, NUMBER 2 (new series)

The Romanian-Canadian Diaspora-Transnational Aspects
Monica Bottez

‘Mother’ India and ‘Father’ England – The Transnational Identity in Lawrence Durrell’s Pied Piper of Lovers
Eliana Ionoaia

An American Spartacus: Robert Montgomery Bird’s The Gladiator (1831) and the Appropriation of Ancient Rome
Dragoş Manea

Caught between Nationalisms: How the Margin Tried to Conquer the Centre in Hanif Kureishi’s The Buddha of Suburbia and Amitav Ghosh’s The Shadow Lines
Andrei Nae

Marie de France’s Eliduc: An Example of 12th-Century Transnational Literary Character?
Monica Oancă

Neither Here nor There: Mapping Donald Barthelme’s “Paraguay”
Raluca Andreescu

Polite Literature Revamped: Pre-National, Transnational, Postnational Underpinnings of a 21st Century Novel
Onoriu Colăcel

The Poetic Imagination as Therapy Across English and French Late Renaissance
Alexandra Bacalu

Transnational Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita Approached via Kelly’s Personal Construct Theory, Jung’s Psycho-Analytical Theory and Nemoianu’s Theory of the Secondary
Clementina Mihăilescu

Traumatic Effects of Transnational Relocation in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Unaccustomed Earth
Elena Stoican

The Transnational Character of the Metaphor in Romanian Confessional Feminine Poetry
Daniela Moldoveanu

Transnational Reworkings of the Dracula Myth: Case Study on Elizabeth Kostova’s The Historian and Per Olof Ekstrom’s The Son of the Dragon
Adriana-Carolina Bulz

Book Review

Ewan James Jones. Coleridge and the Philosophy of Poetic Form. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014
Nicolae-Andrei Popa