2018 Issue 1

VOLUME VIII, NUMBER 1 (new series)
TRUTH(S) AND ALTERNATIVE FACTS (I)

Rhetorical Topics and Alternative Facts: the Languages of Trump and Shakespeare
Michael Hattaway (hattaway1@mac.com)
New York University, United Kingdom

Politics of Narration: Mythical Discourse in Kie’s Son of the Thundercloud
Shruti Das (drshrutidas@gmail.com)
Berhampur University, India

Education for Authenticity and the Grounds for a New Hermeneutics of Suspicion: A Case Analysis of Full Metal Jacket, Dead Poets Society and Whiplash
Mirela Adăscăliţei (adami777@yahoo.com)
University of Bucharest, Romania.

Forgeries, Falsehoods and Figurations: Redaing Truth(s) in Peter Ackroyd’s Chatterton
Fabian Ivanovici (fabianivanovici@gmail.com)
University of Bucharest, Romania.

“Why Should It Be True”? The Quest for Ancient Near Eastern History
Cristian Popescu (cristian.popescu@sciencespo.fr)
University of Bucharest, Romania.

Fictitious Truths and Truthful Fictions in Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children and Chandra’s Red Earth and Pouring Rain
Anca Apostol (concretexlife@yahoo.com)
University of Bucharest, Romania.

Lesley Saunders’ The Walls Have Angels Approached via an Interdisciplinary Grid
Clementina Mihăilescu (mihailescuclementina@yahoo.com)
University of Arad, Romania.

Revisions of the Past and Present: Editing Reality and Fiction in Classical and Contemporary Dystopias
Lucia Opreanu (luciaopreanu@yahoo.com)
Ovidius University of Constanţa, Romania.

The Portrait as Means of Hiding the Truth about the Narrative Self
Carmen Dominte (carmendominte@yahoo.com)
The National University of Music, Bucharest, Romania.