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  Volume 11, Number 2, June 2013

Table of Contents


Recycling of Doubles in Narrative Fiction of the Twentieth and Early Twenty-First Centuries

pp. 187-217

Sartre Recounts a Childhood Story: The Case of Genet

pp. 219-231

The Personal Pilgrimage of David Lurie — or Why Coetzee's Disgrace Should and Should not Be Read in Terms of an Ethics of Perception

pp. 233-255

The Theory and Practice of Transculturation: Translating Culture-Specific Concepts in Balys Sruoga's Forest of the Gods

pp. 257-273

Forum: Translating Philip Roth, guest-ed. Pia Masiero

Introduction: From Translation to Interpretation

pp. 277-278

"Lectura para Personas de Amplio Criterio": Censorship in the Translations of Philip Roth's Portnoy's Complaint and The Professor of Desire

pp. 279-291

Philip Roth's Professor of Desire in the Light of Its French Translation

pp. 293-304

The Difference in One Word: The Italian Translation of Philip Roth's American Pastoral

pp. 305-319

Ventriloquism in Philip Roth's Deception and Its Polish Translation

pp. 321-331

Book Reviews

A Companion to the Philosophy of Literature ed. by Garry L. Hagberg and Walter Jost (review)

pp. 333-336

Communicational Criticism: Studies in Literature as Dialogue by Roger D. Sell (review)

pp. 337-339

After Testimony: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Holocaust Narrative for the Future ed. by Jakob Lothe, Susan Rubin Suleiman, and James Phelan (review)

pp. 339-344

Glory and Agony: Isaac's Sacrifice and National Narrative by Yael Feldman (review)

pp. 344-348

Russia on the Edge. Imagined Geographies and Post-Soviet Identity by Edith W. Clowes (review)

pp. 348-350

Authoring War: The Literary Representation of War from the Iliad to Iraq by Kate McLoughlin (review)

pp. 350-353

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