Ref.: 4002.32

Año: 2011

Nº Páginas: 386

IVA: 4,00 %

Descuento: 0,00 %

Precio:  17,50 €

Soporte: Revista

ISBN: 0210-9689


Edición: 1

Impresión: 1

Alto: 24

Ancho: 17

Encuadernación: Rústica

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Categoría: Humanidades /  Revistas



María Alonso Alonso
Marvellous Syncretism in Kathleen Alcalá’s Trilogy about the Sonoran Desert

Laura Arce
Conspiracy and Betrayal in the Shade of McCarthy’s America: Philip Roth’s I Married a Communist

Eliecer Crespo Fernández & Rosa María López Campillo
Persuasive Rhetoric in George Ridpath’s Political Writings

Carmen Fernández Martín
Comparing Sexist Expressions in English and Spanish: (De)-Constructing Sexism through Language

Carmen María Fernández Rodríguez
Frances Burney and Sarah Harriet Burney: A Comparison between The Wanderer (1814) and The Renunciation (1839)

Nailya Garipova
The Original of Laura: A Great Novel that Never Was

Laura Gimeno Pahissa
From Slave to Historian: The Case of James Lindsay Smith’s Postbellum Autobiography

Amaia Ibarraran Bigalondo
Sandra Cisneros, Yxta Maya Murray, Michelle Serros: Three Decades, Three Ways. Some Examples of the “Chicana Youth Experience” in Literature

Aitor Ibarrola-Armendáriz
The Dwindling Presence of Indian Culture and Values in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Unaccustomed Earth

Rubén Jarazo Álvarez & Elena Domínguez Romero
Breaking Boundaries and Dislocating Myths in Álvaro Cunqueiro’s ‘Función de Romeo e Xulieta, Famosos Namorados’ (1956): A Galician Adaptation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet in the 20th Century

Marta Miquel-Baldellou
Twice-Told Traumas: Whatever Happened to Mary Rogers or Poe’s Revenge on Life

Yolanda Morató Agrafojo
Wyndham Lewis and the Different Forms of Censorship

Betsabé Navarro Romero
Playing with Collective Memories: Julian Barne’s England, England and New Labour’s Rebranding of Britain

Belén Piqueras Cabrerizo
Bill Brown’s “Thing Theory” and the Quest of Unique Epistemology in Modernist and Postmodernist Literature: A Study of Don DeLillo’s White Noise

Emilio Ramón
Funnyhouse of a Negro: Rejection of Womanness and Blackness as a “Melancholic” Cry for a True Diversity in American Society

Patricia San José Rico & Mª Antonia Mezquita Fernández
Escaping Trauma through a Dreamworld: Fantasy and the Evasion of Pain in Jane Yolen’s Briar Rose and John Boyne’s The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas

Taiwo Olayemi Soneye
Respelling in Short Messaging Systems (SMS): Patterns and Implications for Oral English Proficiency in Nigeria

Laura Torrado Mariñas
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