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The article addresses aspects of space representations in the Angeleno fiction
at the turn of the twentieth century with a focus on Los Angeles and
Hollywood, which, at the time, were eager to accommodate people’s
strangest and most adventurous ideas while transforming them into a socalled...
Space ownership is a key-concept in the writings of the Beat women. Anne
Waldman, for example, portrays the complicated relationship she has with
the city of New York through mappings and descriptions of various locations,
which she experienced or marked her imagination. I have labeled these...
What was it really like being a Beat? What exactly shaped the identity of the
artists that started both a media craze ridiculing them during the containment
era in America and a literary revolution which later brought them recognition
as some of the most influential writers in world literature?...
From the beginnings of his poetic career onwards, well into posterity, Larkin
has been known as a “less deceived” poet, combining avant la lettre Lyotard’s
postmodern incredulity toward grand narratives with a special, often
puzzling pattern of conflicting trends. One of these trends is to...
This essay aims at demonstrating that Brian Friel’s play Translations (1980)
focuses on the palimpsestic nature of mapping a conquered territory. In the
play cartography is intrinsically connected to the multilayered relationship
between language and identity as well as to that between the...
This article aims at reviving the novel Dracula by Bram Stoker after 125 years
from its publication, paying attention to the two spaces that generated the
birth of the Dracula myth: Ireland and Transylvania. Many studies have been
devoted to the East European roots of the story, the gothic...
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