BULLETIN OF THE TRANSILVANIA UNIVERSITY OF BRASOV  VOL. 10 (59) No.1 - 2017

SERIES IV  -  PHILOLOGY AND CULTURAL STUDIES, ISSN 2066-768X (Print), ISSN 2066-7698 (CD-ROM)

LITERATURE

 

Felea, A. S.: La nostalgie de la synchronie dans un art de la diachronie: la litterature .......................................................................

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Botescu-Sireteanu, I.: Synchornic and diachronic readings of the contemporary text: Angela Carter’s and Eowyn Ivey

      Snow Children ..............................................................................................................................................................................................

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Baja, A.: French literature for children in the 19th and 20th century ..........................................................................................................

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Cojocaru, A.: Spatialized time, synchrony and the art of memory in Vladimir Nabokov’s Speak, Memory .....................................

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Petrin, I.: Literary Vienna in Berta Zuckerkandl’s Osterreich intim ...........................................................................................................

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BULLETIN OF THE TRANSILVANIA UNIVERSITY OF BRASOV  VOL. 10 (59) No.2 - 2017

SERIES IV  -  PHILOLOGY AND CULTURAL STUDIES, ISSN 2066-768X (Print), ISSN 2066-7698 (CD-ROM)

LITERATURE

Balinte, C.: The memory crisis, the intuition game and the fictionalization of the document in the paradigm of Post-Truth ........

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Campu, A.: Elements of new historicism and historiographic metafiction in Rohinton Mistry’s A Fine Balance .............................

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Cora, I.: Le mythe personnel de Charles Baudelaire dans ses Journaux intimes. Fusées. Mon cœur mis à nu: enjeux

      modernes et actuels de la psychocritique ..............................................................................................................................................

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Farkas, A.: The critical reception of William Faulkner’s The Sound and The Fury across time ..........................................................

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Finkenthal, M.: Strategies for literary and artistic studies in a world dominated by complexity ..........................................................

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Kimak, M.L.: The grotesque in Cormac McCarthy’s Child of God .............................................................................................................

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Pirnoiu, A.: Death Reloaded: A rendition of intrinsic disposition in Matei Calinescu’s Un altfel de jurnal .........................................

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Radu (Tataras), D.: Childhood in Romanian literature – a beneficial delay? History playing the two faces God ..........................

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Sibisan, A.: Intertextuality and Thomas Pynchon’s entropy ......................................................................................................................

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De Roos, H. C.: The origin of the first Dracula adaptation .......................................................................................................................

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Hov, S.: Comparative perspectives on Post-Colonialism: Southeastern Asia and Central Eastern Europe ..................................

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Duta, M. I.: Walking the line: Cuban exiles in the United States and Maghrebin Immigrants in France ..........................................

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Toma, A.: Tribal Organisation in Lord of the Flies. An Anthropological Perspective ............................................................................

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