2014 Issue 2

VOLUME IV, NUMBER 2 (new series)

The Romanian-Canadian Diaspora-Transnational Aspects
Monica Bottez (monibott@yahoo.com)
University of Bucharest, Romania

‘Mother’ India and ‘Father’ England – The Transnational Identity in Lawrence Durrell’s Pied Piper of Lovers
Eliana Ionoaia (elianaionoaia@yahoo.com)
University of Bucharest, Romania

An American Spartacus: Robert Montgomery Bird’s The Gladiator (1831) and the Appropriation of Ancient Rome
Dragoş Manea (dc_manea@yahoo.com)
University of Bucharest, Romania

Caught between Nationalisms: How the Margin Tried to Conquer the Centre in Hanif Kureishi’s The Buddha of Suburbia and Amitav Ghosh’s The Shadow Lines
Andrei Nae (andrei.nae@lls.unibuc.ro)
University of Bucharest, Romania

Marie de France’s Eliduc: An Example of 12th-Century Transnational Literary Character?
Monica Oancă (monicaoanca@yahoo.com)
University of Bucharest, Romania

Neither Here nor There: Mapping Donald Barthelme’s “Paraguay”
Raluca Andreescu (raluca.andreescu@lls.unibuc.ro)
University of Bucharest, Romania

Polite Literature Revamped: Pre-National, Transnational, Postnational Underpinnings of a 21st Century Novel
Onoriu Colăcel (onoriucolacel@yahoo.com)
“Ştefan cel Mare” University, Romania

The Poetic Imagination as Therapy Across English and French Late Renaissance
Alexandra Bacalu (alexandra.bacalu@lls.unibuc.ro)
University of Bucharest, Romania

Transnational Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita Approached via Kelly’s Personal Construct Theory, Jung’s Psycho-Analytical Theory and Nemoianu’s Theory of the Secondary
Clementina Mihăilescu (mihailescuclementina@yahoo.com)
Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Romania

Traumatic Effects of Transnational Relocation in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Unaccustomed Earth
Elena Stoican (estoican@gmail.com)
“Lumina” University of South East Europe, Romania

The Transnational Character of the Metaphor in Romanian Confessional Feminine Poetry
Daniela Moldoveanu (popa2dana@yahoo.com)
“Lumina” University of South East Europe, Romania

Transnational Reworkings of the Dracula Myth: Case Study on Elizabeth Kostova’s The Historian and Per Olof Ekstrom’s The Son of the Dragon
Adriana-Carolina Bulz (acbulz@gmail.com)
Military Technical Academy, Bucharest, Romania

Book Review

Ewan James Jones. Coleridge and the Philosophy of Poetic Form. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014
Nicolae-Andrei Popa (nickpopa25@gmail.com)
University of Bucharest, Romania