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COMPARATIVE LITERATURE STUDIES

Current Issue

 

Volume 54, Number 2, 2017

 


    ARTICLES

     

Renga: A European Poem and its Japanese Model
Roy Starrs

Kindly Terrors and Civic Fury:Eumenidesand the Language of Myth
Ben Pestell

From Empire to Independence: Colonial Space in the Writing of Tutuola, Ekwensi, Beti, and Kane
Madhu Krishnan

Ideal Cities-Marred Individuals: J.M. Coetzee's The Childhood of Jesus and José Saramago's A Caverna
Hania A.M.Nashef

Beyond Translation: The Matrice Frankétienne's Dezafi
Mollie McFee

The Writing of the Unwritten and the Translation of the Untranslatable: Alexandra David-Néel's Reception in China Yunfei Bai

Community by Death: Mishima, Bataille, and the Metaphysics of the Flesh
Astrid Lac

BOOK REVIEWS


Ursula K. Heise: Imagining Extinction: The Cultural Meanings of Endangered Species
(Daniel Williams)

Emron Esplin: Borges's Poe:The Influence and Reinvention of Edgar Allan Poe in Spanish America
(Steven Wenz)

Adam Lifshey: Subversions of the American Century: Filipino Literature in Spanish and the Transpacific Transformation of the United States
(William Arighi)

Ikuho Amano: Decadent Literature in Twentieth-Century Japan: Spectacles of Idle Labor
(James Mark Shields)

Sandra Vlasta: Contemporary Migration Literature in German and English: A Comparative Study
(Katherine Anderson)

 

Updated 3 July 2017 by Kendra McDuffie