2021 Issue 2

VOLUME XI, NUMBER 2 (new series)
RE-WRITING, RE-IMAGINING THE PAST (IV)

From Confessio to Calderón de la Barca: the Literary Evolution of St. Patrick’s Biography and the Question of his Legacy
Jonathan McCreedy (jonathan.mccreedy84@gmail.com)
St. Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia; Bulgaria.
doi: 10.31178/UBR.11.2.1

Paz’s A Draft of Shadows: Rewriting the Past, the Present and the Self
Luis Solis (luisjuanajones@yahoo.com)
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México (UAEMEX); Mexico.
doi: 10.31178/UBR.11.2.2

Products of Counterfactual Imagination:The Healing Life of Literature
Adriana-Carolina Bulz (acbulz@gmail.com)
Military Technical Academy in Bucharest; Romania.
doi: 10.31178/UBR.11.2.3

Supernatural Characters in the Quasi-Historical Discourse of Modern Ukrainian Literature: Specificity and Functions
Oleksandra Nikolova and Kateryna Vasylyna (kate_vasylyna@yahoo.com)
Zaporizhzhia National University, Ukraine.
doi: 10.31178/UBR.11.2.4

Re-writing Myth: An Analysis of Margaret Atwood’s The Penelopiad
Namrata Nistandra (namratanistandra09@gmail.com)
Doaba College, Jalandhar, Punjab; India.
doi: 10.31178/UBR.11.2.5

Nature as Space: Gender Roles and Subversion in Edna O’Brien’s “A Scandalous Woman”
Christopher Herman George (christopher.george@unir.net)
Universidad Internacional de La Rioja (UNIR); Spain.
doi: 10.31178/UBR.11.2.6

Metaleptic Rewriting as Sham Authorial Justice in Flann O’Brien’s At Swim-Two-Birds
Andreea Paris-Popa (andreea.parispopa@lls.unibuc.ro)
University of Bucharest; Romania.
doi: 10.31178/UBR.11.2.7

Memorializing Romanian-German Gulag Victims in the USSR through Historical Documents and Historical Fiction
Anca Luca Holden (ancaholden@yahoo.com)
Five College Center for World Languages, Massachusetts; USA.
doi: 10.31178/UBR.11.2.8

Counter-narrating: Re-constructing Sita” in Amish’s Sita: Warrior of Mithila
Shruti Das (drshrutidas@gmail.com)
Berhampur University; India.
doi: 10.31178/UBR.11.2.9