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TOC: Anglia 138 / 1 (2020)

Editor for this issue: Sarah Robinson <>

Date: 14-May-2020
From: Asja Kusnezowa <>
Subject: Anglia Vol. 138, No. 1 (2020)
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Publisher: De Gruyter Mouton

Journal Title: Anglia
Volume Number: 138
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: 2020

Main Text:

Page I

“I pray sir, hear me: I am married”: Language and Sexual Politics in Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi
Hamamra, Bilal Tawfiq
Page 1

A Changeling Becomes Titania: The Realm of the Fairies in Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre
Cortés Vieco, Francisco José
Page 20

Queering Time: The Temporal Body as Queer Chronotope in Virginia Woolf’s Orlando
Mittal Biswas, Pooja
Page 38

Digging the Liminal Spaces: Chronotopic Representation of Liminality in Seamus Heaney’s North and Station Island
Beyad, Maryam Soltan / Kazemi, Ehsan
Page 62

Bodily and Spiritual Borders in the Parsi Males of Rohinton Mistry’s Tales from Firozsha Baag
Somacarrera-Íñigo, Pilar
Page 80

Guarding the Guardians: Fictional Representation of Manipulated and Fake News in Graham Greene’s Work
Jiménez, Beatriz Valverde / Pérez-Escolar, Marta
Page 98

Restoration Celebrity Culture: Twenty-First-Century Regenderings and Rewritings of Charles II, the Merry Monarch, and his Mistress “Pretty, witty” Nell Gwyn
Martínez-García, Laura
Page 118

The Contemporary South African Trauma Novel: Michiel Heyns’ Lost Ground (2011) and Marlene van Niekerk’s The Way of the Women (2008)
Mengel, Ewald
Page 144

Rhona Alcorn, Joanna Kopaczyk, Bettelou Los and Benjamin Molineaux (eds.). 2019. Historical Dialectology in the Digital Age. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, xvii + 274 pp., 42 figures, 33 tables, £ 80.00.
Krischke, Ulrike
Page 166

Aaron J. Kleist. 2019. The Chronology and Canon of Ælfric of Eynsham. Anglo-Saxon Studies 37, xxii + 347 pp., 1 illustr., Cambridge: Brewer, £ 75.00.
Langeslag, P. S.
Page 170

Michael J. Warren. 2018. Birds in Medieval English Poetry: Metaphors, Realities, Transformations. Nature and the Environment in the Middle Ages. Cambridge: Brewer, ix + 259 pp., 6 illustr., £ 60.00.
Honegger, Thomas
Page 175

Julia Boffey and Christiania Whitehead (eds.). 2018. Middle English Lyrics: New Readings of Short Poems. Cambridge: Brewer, xviii + 310 pp., 8 illustr., £ 60.00.
Kaup, Judith
Page 178

Elizabeth Archibald, Megan G. Leitch and Corinne Saunders (eds.). 2018. Romance Rewritten: The Evolution of Middle English Romance. A Tribute to Helen Cooper. Studies in Medieval Romance. Cambridge: Brewer, xii + 295 pp., £ 60.00.
Kehoe, Niamh
Page 182

Rory G. Critten. 2018. Author, Scribe, and Book in Late Medieval English Literature. Cambridge: Brewer, 238 pp., 3 illustr., £ 60.00.
Gillhammer, Cosima
Page 186

Catherine Sanok. 2018. New Legends of England: Forms of Community in Late Medieval Saints’ Lives. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, ix + 360 pp., 8 illustr., $ 65.00/£ 54.00.
Wofford, Sharon M.
Page 189

Pete Bearder. 2019. Stage Invasion: Poetry & the Spoken Word Renaissance. London: Outspoken Press, 210 pp., € 12.50.
Novak, Julia
Page 191

Kirsten Twelbeck. 2018. Beyond the Civil War Hospital: The Rhetoric of Healing and Democratization in Northern Reconstruction Writing, 1861–1882. Bielefeld: transcript, 438 pp., € 49.99.
Dikant, Thomas
Page 194

Marius Henderson and Julia Lange (eds.). 2017. Entangled Memories: Remembering the Holocaust in a Global Age. Heidelberg: Winter, 500 pp., 48 illustr., € 54.00.
Nitz, Julia
Page 197

Sonja Frenzel und Birgit Neumann (eds.). 2017. Ecocriticism: Environments in Anglophone Literatures. Anglistik und Englischunterricht 86. Heidelberg: Winter, 2017. 264 pp., € 32.00.
Straß-Senol, Hanna
Page 202

Rubén Cenamor and Stefan L. Brandt (eds.). 2019. Ecomasculinities: Negotiating Male Gender Identity in U. S. Fiction. Lanham: Lexington Books, 206 pp., $ 95.00/£65.00.
Sulimma, Maria
Page 207

Linguistic Field(s): Ling & Literature

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

Language Family(ies): Germanic

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