Search Results

1 - 7 of 7 items :

  • Topics in Literary Studies x
  • Literary Studies x
  • Social Sciences x
Clear All
Traumatized selves in Janice Galloway’s The Trick Is to Keep Breathing and A. L. Kennedy’s Night Geometry and the Garscadden Trains

Works cited Galloway, J. [1989] 1999. The Trick Is to Keep Breathing . London: Vintage. Galloway, J. 1991. “Introduction”. In: Galloway, J. and M. Sinclair (eds.). Meantime . Edinburgh: Polygon. pp. 5–6. Germanà, M. 2011. “The Sick Body and the Fractured Self”. In Gothic Studies , vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 1–8. Germanà, M. 2013. Scottish Women’s Gothic and Fantastic Writing . Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Gifford, D. 1997. “Contemporary Fiction 2”. In: Gifford, D. and D. McMillan (eds.). A History of Scottish Women’s Writing

Open access
Culture in advertising and advertising in culture: Communication, translation, representation

Cultural Dhursity in Business. London: Nicholas Brealey Publishing Limited. Vopálenská. E. 2011. Jazyk a styl reklatny 2. Bratislava: Univerzita Komenského. Žilková. M. 2006. “Vplyv globalizácie na mediálnu kultúru." In: ¿ilková, M (ed.). Vplyv globalizácie na mediábni kulńtru. Nitra: Ústav literámej a umeleckej komunikacie UKF. pp. 13-23.

Open access
Humanisation of the Subject in David Foster Wallace’s Fiction: From Postmodernism, Avant Pop to New Sensicerity? (Tri-Stan: I Sold Sissee Nar to Ecko, 1999)

References Amerika, M. 2014. “Avant-Pop Manifesto. Thread Baring Itself in Ten Quick Posts.” <> February 20, 2014 Derrida, J. 1976. Of Grammatology. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. Geyh, P., Leebron, F. G.,Levy, A.(eds.). 1998. Postmodern American Fiction. A Norton Anthology. New York: Norton. Hassan, I. 2003. “Beyond Postmodernism: Toward An Aesthetic of Trust”. In Angelaki, 8:1 pp. 3-11. Kelly, A. 2010. “David Foster Wallace and

Open access
Violence as art experience

Works cited: Abrams, S. 2013. Art is an Act of Violence: An Interview with Nicolas Winding Refn . Available at < > Anthony, A. 2013. Nicolas Winding Refn: I am a Pornographer. Available at < > Boydston, J.A., and Simon, H.F. (eds.). 1987, 2008. John Dewey The Later Works. 1925 - 1953: 1934, Art as Experience. With and Introduction by Abraham Kaplan

Open access
The landscape of trauma, pain and hope in Jim Crace’s The Pesthouse

Works cited Adams, T., 2005. “For me, England is a mythical place: an interview with Kazuo Ishiguro.” In: The Guardian , February 20, 2005. Available at: Begley, A., 2002. “A Pilgrim in Craceland.” In: Southwest Review , vol. 87, no. 2 3. Available at: Begley, A., 2003. “Jim Crace, The Art of Fiction No. 179.” In: The Paris Review , issue 167. Available at:

Open access
Ethnic Literature and Slovak American Research

References Boelhower, W. The Immigrant Novel as Genre. In MELUS, 1981, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 3-13. Fiedler. L. 1964. Waiting Far the End. New York: Stein and Day. Čulen. K., 2007. History of Slav cia in America. St. Paul, Minnesota: Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International. Gellén, J. Acceptance and Rejection: Proto-Ethnicity in Some Hungarian-American Writings. In MELUS, 1985, vol. 12, no. 4. pp. 25-35. Gladsky, T. 1992. Princess. Peasants, and Other Polish Selves: Ethnicity

Open access
“Philip Marlowe in drag?” – The construct of the hard-boiled detective in feminist appropriation and translation

References Nemesio, A., M. Chiara Levorato and Lucia Ronconi. 2008. “The Time of Reading: The First Perception of Characters in Narrative Texts.” In: Online Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Poetics and Linguistics Association (PALA) [cit. 2017-11-12], n.p. Available at: file:///C:/Users/admin/AppData/Local/Microsoft/Windows/INetCache/IE/1JU00EZB/nemesio2008.pdf Bem, S. L. 1974. “The measurement of psychological androgyny.” In: Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, vol. 42, no. 2, pp. 155

Open access