Bringing together twenty-five contributors from all over Europe, this volume represents the vitality and diversity of the current transcultural European dialogue on English studies.
Topics addressed include:
* the nature of the canon
* the poetics of language
* the representation of women and the notion of nationalism in post-colonial literature.
The significance of this volume lies not only in the quality of the individual contributions but also in the fact that it marks an important turning point in the history of English studies in Europe.
Table of Contents
Contributors: Alan Sinfield, University of Sussex; Frank Kermode; Jean-Jacques Lecercle,, University of Nanterre, France; Jina Politi, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece; Herbert Grabes, Justus-Liebig-Universitat, Giessen, Germany; Theo d'Haen, Leiden University, Germany; Marc de la Ruelle,, Proviciaal Instituut voor Hoger Onderwijs, Gent, Belgium; Juliette Dor, University of Liege, Germany; Claus Uhlig, University of Marburg, Germany; Agostino Lombardo, William Dodd, University of Siena, Italy; Donatella Pallotti, University of Florence, Italy; Ingfrid Kuczynski, Martin-Luther-Universitat, Hall-Wittenberg, Germany; Barrie Bullen, Reading University; Max Saunders, Kings College, London; Christine Sandbach-Dahlstrom, Stockholm University, Sweden; Terence Brown; Joao Duarte, University of Lisbon, Portugal; Gareth Reeves, Durham University; Maria Stella, Instituto Universitario Orientale, Naples, Italy; Anita Weston, University of Perugia, Italy; Pilar Hidlago, Malaga University, Spain; Elizabeth Sakellaridou, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece; Robert Clark, University of East Anglia