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??? COHPAnATIST TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF THE COMPARATIST: A TOPICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ARTICLES Carrie Grabo and John Burt Foster, Jr. THE STATUS OF COMPARATIVE LITERATURE AND ITS RELATIONS TO OTHER FIELDS OF LITERARY STUDY Barricelli, Jean-Piene. "A View from My Balcony: Perspectives on Comparative Literature in 1995." 20 (1996): 6-20. Calinescu, Matei. "Readings ofSaint-John Perse's 'Exil.'" 22 (1998): 62-77. Dyserinck, Hugo and Manfred S. Fischer. "Comparative Literature: Its Theory and History—A Selective Bibliography 1977-1981." 6 (1982): 69-85. Foley, John Miles. "The Viability ofthe Comparative Method in Oral Literature Research." 4 (1980): 47-56. Harris, Wendell V. "Aligning Curricular Canons with Academic Programs." 24 (2000): 9-29. Latimer, Dan. "Piracquo's Missing Finger: Schiller, Bataille, and the Fate of English Studies." 22 (1998): 15-36. Lawall, Sarah. "Canons, Contexts, and Pedagogy: The Place ofWorld Literature." 24 (2000): 39-56. Martin, Elaine. "The Framing ofLiterary Studies, or, Is Comparative to Literature as Cultural is to Studies?" 20 (1996): 25-40. Molino, Michael R. "Charting an Uncertain Flight Path: Irish Writers and the Question ofNation, Identity, and Literature." 20 (1996): 41-49. Smoot, Jeanne J. "Multiculturalism, Censorship, and the Postmodem Assault on the Canon: Classical Answers to Contemporary Dilemmas." 24 (2000): 30-38. Sussman, Henry. "In Remembrance ofThings Past." 20 (1996): 21-24. Witt, Mary Ann Frese. "Are the Canon Wars Over? Rethinking Great Books." 24 (2000): 57-63. LITERARY/CULTURAL MOVEMENTS AND TERMINOLOGY, INCLUDING ISSUES OF TRANSLATION Badley, Linda. "The Aesthetics ofPostmodern Parody: An Extended Definition." 7 (1983): 36-47. Brady, Patrick. "Towards a Theory ofthe Rococo." 9 (1985): 4-17. Carrabino, Victor. "The Nouveau Roman and the Neo-Romantic Hero." 7 (1983): 29-35. Coldiron, A.E.B. "Rosetti on Villon, Dowson on Verlaine: 'Impossibility' and Appropriation in Translation." 17 (1993): 1 19-40. Costa-Lima, Luiz. "Reconsidering Culture: Individual and Culture in Metropolitan and Marginal Fields." 22 (1998): 4-14. Danielson, J. David. "Borges on Translation: Encoding the Cryptic Equation." 1 1 (1987): 76-85. Fetzer, John Francis. "The Evolution ofa Revolution: Romantic Irony." 1 1 (1987): 45-53. Vol·. 25 (2001): 193 TWENTY-FIVE YEAR BIBLIOGRAPHY Goertz, Karein. "Borderless and Brazen: Ethnicity Redefined by Afro-German and Turkish German Poets." 21 (1997): 68-91. Hanson, John H. "The Aesthetics of Futurism." 7 (1983): 19-28. Hargrove, Nancy D. and Paul Grootkerk. 'TAe Waste Land as a Surrealist Poem." 19 (1995): 4-19. Komins, Benton Jay. "The Convoluted Logic of Creolization the New Orleans Way." 24 (2000): 99-122. Krispyn, Egbert. "The Role ofthe Translator." 3 (1979): 54-55. Mahony, Christina Hunt. "Poetry in Modern Ireland: Where Postcolonial and Postmodern Part Ways." 20 (1996): 82-92. Maxfield, Malinda. "The Curtain: An Often-Ignored Structural Element in Drama." 2 (1978): 53-57. Mihàilescu, Cälin-Andrei. "Ritual at the Birth ofKitsch." 21 (1997): 49-67. Plate, Liedeke. "Negotiating Identity in the Margin: The Estranging Case ofMary Reilly." 22 (1998): 168-80. Rhein, Phillip H. "Myth Making in the Twentieth Century." 1 (1977): 3-10. Richmond-Garza, Elizabeth M. "The Vampire's Gaze: Gothic Performance in Theory and Practice." 22 (1998): 91-109. Rollin, Roger. "Popular Culture: The Essential Humanity." 13 (1989): 98-108. Rose, Marilyn Gaddis. "Faith as an Act ofTranslation: The Case ofJulian Green." 6 (1982): 35-39. Smoot, Jeanne J. "The 1978 SCLA Translation Seminar: Robert Fitzgerald, Egbert Krispyn, Max Oppenheimer, Jr., Hal Rennert, Elizabeth Trahan, Marsha Wagner and David Ward, participants." 3 (1979): 53. Saffar, Ruth El. "Outbursts: The Poetics of Iconoclasm in Cervantes." 10 (1986): 42-55. Tarvin, William L. "A 'Feeling ofReconciliation' and the Tragic Calm." 19 (1995): 46-59. Triólo, Franco. "Manzoni and the Dramatic Aesthetics ofEuropean Romanticism." 2 (1978): 23-52. INTERART COMPARISONS, INCLUDING LITERATURE AND FILM Barban, Judith L. "Liszt and Lamartine: Poetic and Religious Harmonies." 16 (1992): 115-22. Barricelli, Jean-Piene. "The Ambiguous Fauns of Mallarmé and Debussy: An Essay in Musico-Literary Aesthetics." 9 (1985): 56-68. Becker, Michael G. "Keats's Fantasia: The 'Ode on Melancholy,' Sonata Form, and Mozart's 'Fantasia in C Minor' for Piano, K. 475." 17 (1993): 18-37. Chomel,Luisetta. "Structure ofAnguish in Buzzati and deChirico."3(1979): 16-22. Clüver, Claus. "Concrete Poetry...


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