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    • A New Rhetoric of Darkness: Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, John Connolly and the Irish Gothic 

      Clark, David M. (Sociedad Española de Estudios Literarios de Cultura Popular SELICUP, 2020)
      [Abstract] The relationship between Ireland and the Gothic goes back to the early days of the genre, when the Sublime, as identified by the Irish philosopher Edmund Burke, became central to the aesthetic concepts which ...
    • “Fearful ... and Fearless”: Edna O’Brien’s “The Little Red Chairs” and “Girl” 

      Estévez Saá, José Manuel (Sociedad Española de Estudios Literarios de Cultura Popular SELICUP, 2020)
      [Abstract] Red Chairs has been acclaimed as her masterpiece by Philip Roth in the book jacket cover, and as her most ambitious novel by Éilís Ní Dhuibhne at the moment of its publication (2015), which is a lot to say about ...
    • Introduction 

      Lorenzo-Modia, María Jesús; Barros-Grela, Eduardo; Alonso-Giráldez, J. Miguel (Sociedad Española de Estudios Literarios de Cultura Popular SELICUP, 2020)
    • Meera Syal’s “The Traveller”: Its Feminist Allegory and Later Echoes 

      Pereira Ares, Noemí (Spanish Association of Anglo-American Studies, 2020)
      [Abstract] Committed to the exploration of the female experience—specifically the South Asian female experience—Meera Syal has often woven a feminist subtext into the fabric of her works. This is probably nowhere more ...
    • El octavo arte: la moda en la sociedad contemporánea 

      Pereira Ares, Noemí (Publicación de la Federación Latinoamericana de Semiótica, 2020)
    • The Mental Construction of Reality in James Joyce 

      Alonso-Giráldez, J. Miguel (Sociedad Española de Estudios Literarios de Cultura Popular SELICUP, 2020)
      [Abstract] The purpose of this study is to analyse how James Joyce builds a large part of his narrative through a verbal tissue that is born from the cognitive experience, from the deep interaction between mind and ...
    • Transpopular Spaces: Gypsy Imageries in the Work of Van Morrison 

      Barros-Grela, Eduardo; Bobadilla-Pérez, María (Sociedad Española de Estudios Literarios de Cultura Popular SELICUP, 2020)
      [Abstract]The work of Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison has gone relatively unnoticed by critics despite the numerous social, literary and artistic elements included in his songs. Among them is the representation ...